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Description: University of Wisconsin students Bob Steinhagen, Milwaukee, Connie Prentice, West Bend, and John Williams, La Crosse, making some of the elaborate decorati...
Description: Virginia Price's kindergarten class makes pumpkin pie at Dudgeon School. Left to right: Nancy Olmstead, Julie Duckwitz, Marcia Kampen, Larry Elliott, and M...
Description: View of the farm buildings of the Krueger homestead. The fields are covered with one foot of snow.
Description: Large group of men and women, probably teachers, tying rope near a school building. A woman stands on the right side, identified at Mrs. Streeter, with pho...
Date: date unknown
Description: Kitchen workers in the Unity House Kitchen, a large room with long wooden tables and exposed rafters. The workers are lounging on the tables and there is v...
Description: A young woman and a very tall man stand together in front of the cookhouse wagon. She is holding a bottle of soda and offering him a hotdog; he has his arm...
Description: Mr. Mullarkey (probably Leo R. Mullarkey) standing beside Glider Home Laundry and Dry Cleaning Agitator, Washer and steam garment press with Vel Colgate so...
Description: Label submitted to the state of Wisconsin for trademark registration. "Schlitz, Pale Dry, Ginger Ale 'Will make your hospitality famous.'" The advertisemen...
Description: Interviewed outside a meat packing plant near Des Moines, Russian Premier Nikita Khrushchev pronounced his first American hot dog to be "wonderful, but not...
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Close-up of a woman's hands holding the wire handles of a wooden rack made for holding jars during canning.
Date: 1897 ca.
Description: Interior view through tasseled doorway of a room in the James Nevin home. Nevin was the supervisor of the State Fish Hatchery. The room is decorated with m...
Description: Men and women drinking tea around a picnic table at a park. The women are wearing fancy hats.
Description: Women of the Haywood Handicrafters, a civil rights project established for black women in Haywood County, Tennessee. Many of these women had been subject...
Description: Marie Skramstad (left) and Ann Riiber (right) enjoy the smorgasbord at the UW Scandinavian Club Christmas party.
Date: 1970 ca.
Description: A shoemaker repairs the sole of a boot using a sewing machine.
Description: The living room of Fred and Annie Storer Brown's home, 121 East Gilman Street. The house was built in 1888.
Description: Office of Civilian Defense Design No. 4, "Victory Gardens." The poster features a soldier with an arm around a destitute child on the left and a happy youn...
Description: Elevated view of farm land with cumulus clouds overhead.
Description: F.F. Adam's residence, 663 Franklin Street.
Description: A waitress sets restaurant tables in anticipation of evening business.
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