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Description: Two people take a break at an unidentified Rennebohm Drug Store restaurant: the woman enjoys a cup of coffee, her companion works on a crossword puzzle.
Description: A Girl Scout crochets doilies at a senior citizens' care center with her "adoptive grandmother."
Description: Melvina (Mrs. Samuel) Capron, 222 N. Bassett St., listens to a radio and reenacts the night in 1923 when she heard that President Warren G. Harding had di...
Description: The bride, Marge Walsh, and groom relax at Krueger's Hotel. They are flanked by Ray and Marie Guelig Sauer.
Description: Portrait of Ella M. Pickford (Mrs. Henry W. Pickford), 201 South Mills Street. Mrs. Pickford, who is 88 years old, does her own housework and despite poor...
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...
Description: Woman preserving peaches in a kitchen at "Harvester Farm." She is pouring hot syrup from a pot over a spoon into glass jars filled with the fruit.
Description: Woman standing at sewing exhibit that includes dresses, children's clothes, aprons, and hats. Mathilda Monteith was the instructor of the sewing class.
Description: A woman wearing a full-length apron uses a pressure kettle on a stove top, probably for home canning.
Description: A group of men, women, and children sit at a long table in a grove of trees enjoying a picnic.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Group of young women, probably students, assembling wooden nail boxes and benches in a classroom.
Description: A woman wearing an apron pours oil into a hot stove at the International Harvester Hinsdale experimental farm, illustrating a dangerous scenario for Intern...
Date: 1913 ca.
Description: Mary E. Smith, wife of Dr. Joseph Smith, arranges flowers for the holidays.
Description: Elizabeth Davies (left), Baraboo, president of the Wisconsin Home Agents' association, talking to Mary Baldwin, wife of the Dean of the University of Wisco...
Description: Miss Larson uses a pressure kettle to cook on a wood-burning stove in a farmhouse kitchen.
Description: Image from a scrapbook kept by Neighborhood House, with three women working on sewing pattern pieces: two women are sitting at a table with a box of patter...
Description: Instructor Ida Mussa (left) assists student Victoria Vega in a power sewing class at Milwaukee Vocational School. Vega is sewing an apron on a Singer sewin...
Description: "Bill and Stel's on Highway E in Eureka. A birthday party was going on for 'Barbara,' and cars passing by were asked to honk their horns."
Date: 1928 ca.
Description: Young housewife wearing apron, leaning forward and looking down. Photograph for the extension project of the International Harvester Co. of Chicago
Description: Winnebago (Ho-Chunk) woman cutting roots for medicine. A quilt hangs on a line in the background and a chicken walks near the women.
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