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Date: 1880 ca.
Description: Engraving for "Peterson's Magazine" of women in maids' uniforms sliding down an icy path in the snow.
Description: A woman in a long dress, heels, earrings, and a double strand of pearls holds of platter of food in front of an open International Harvester freezer.
Description: Miss Larson uses a pressure kettle to cook on a wood-burning stove in a farmhouse kitchen.
Description: Interior portrait; Bennett family popcorn party.
Date: date unknown
Description: A view of a woman feeding an infant with a bottle while outdoors. The infant is sitting in a wheelbarrow. A scattering of buildings are visible in the back...
Description: Kitchen interior in which a woman sits by a fireplace churning butter and a man standing by a fence outside is visible through the open doorway. In and su...
Description: Woman in a dress and bonnet seated on a bench at a window with a book (The Bible?) open in front of her. There is a spinning wheel in the corner behind the...
Description: Three members of the University of Wisconsin Dames Club making Christmas gifts. Left to right are Mrs. Marvin D. Whitehead, Mrs. John S. Boyle (standing),...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: An unidentified woman standing near a shed is feeding chickens and geese in the barnyard.
Description: Copy of the painting, "John Alden and Priscilla." Married in 1623 in Plymouth, the couple sit in a colonial home. Priscilla spins wool on a spinning wheel...
Description: A woman with a ukulele in a household setting.
Description: Hopi women cooking.
Description: With all Hillsboro striving to honor Vice-Admiral March A. Mitscher, who came for a visit with his mother, Bessie Hooker, a maid in the Mr. and Mrs. Lyle H...
Description: Mrs. Harvey (Bonita) Hubanks sits next to a fireplace in the family room adjacent to the kitchen in their home at 4206 Jerome Street in Madison. The kitche...
Description: Lois Dick, 106 Richland Lane, shows the kitchen which she and her husband Robert planned to suit their family needs and to accommodate their favorite style...
Description: The University League committee members, wives of University of Wisconsin faculty, make table decorations for the Centennial luncheon at the Memorial Union...
Date: 1930 after
Description: Holiday card with two carolers, one violin player and a woman carrying a boar's head on a platter. In the background is a decorative gold fence over black....
Description: A woman and child cooking on a small gas stove in a tent at the University of Wisconsin tent colony, also known as Camp Gallistella on the south shore of L...
Date: 1926 ca.
Description: Page from a scrapbook kept by Neighborhood House, with a group of women cutting patterns, sewing by hand and machine, pressing a garment, and checking the...
Description: Unidentified refugees learn the tailoring trade; Germany.
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