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Description: Chromolithograph card of an Spanish couple from Valencia in "native" Valencian costume, posing next to a Singer sewing machine. Part of a "Costumes of All...
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: Men stand around or sit on the steps of a stone building to listen as A.E. Chamberlain delivers a lesson on the benefits of vegetable production. Chamberla...
Description: Madison television programs are hosted by Madison women and cover topics like cooking, arts, fashion and crafts. A husband and wife team, Bea and Carson Gu...
Date: date unknown
Description: Wide angle view of the interior of a bakery, with one man standing by the oven on the right and another man standing near the center between racks of bread...
Description: Six cooks wearing aprons stand in a lumber camp dining room with the tables set to serve the crew.
Date: 1900-11-19 before
Description: Front cover of the program for a Six O'Clock Club dinner, with a man in a pastoral setting wearing a chef's hat and an apron, reading a Thanksgiving procla...
Description: Eight men are posing outside the porch of a cottage which is surrounded by trees. There are blankets and clothes hanging on the clothesline. A work table w...
Description: "Our waitress at the Break-A-Way was Lu Ann. Although the fish were very good, we waited over an hour for our food, probably the slowest service we have ex...
Description: A male worker wearing a hat and apron at Johnson's Bakery removes a pan from an International reach-in cooler.
Description: In a photograph taken for the Farm Security Administration, a man hangs socks to dry on a clothesline on land where trees have been cut down, or cutover.
Description: A couple eats breakfast at an unidentified Rennebohm Drug Store restaurant. Other diners can be seen in the seating area behind them.
Description: Holiday card with man sitting in an easy chair in front of a fireplace. He is smoking a pipe and reading a book. There is a model sailing ship on the mantl...
Date: 1919 ca.
Description: A man bales hay with a hay press powered by an International Type M engine. Bales of hay are loaded on flatbed behind men observing on the left.
Description: Two truck drivers sit on either side of a booth at the Mt. Victory truck stop, or service plaza, while waiting for a meal. At the end of the booth near the...
Description: Chromolithograph card of a Spanish couple from Valencia in "national" Valencian costume, posing next to a Singer sewing machine. Part of a "Costumes of All...
Description: Three men sitting on the ground next to a horse-drawn wagon are having lunch. Two of them have jugs; one is holding a cup. All three are wearing work cloth...
Description: Two men wearing long overcoats and hats stand directly behind a large tractor or stationary engine used to power a belt-driven ensilage cutter and blower....
Description: View down table of people at a large, outdoor dinner party. They are dining near the Blue Mound Church.
Description: Jack L. Savidusky stands in his yard wearing a chef's hat and apron while barbecuing his specialty, "Mexican Barbecued Beef." His son Michael, 11, looks on...
Date: 1970 ca.
Description: A shoemaker repairs the sole of a boot using a sewing machine.
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