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Description: Interior view of campers and counselors eating on Dining Porch. Original caption notes: "Our dining Porch runs the whole length of the Main Lodge, and enjo...
Date: date unknown
Description: View of two women with a spinning wheel standing in front of a small wooden building. Published by Bryson City Drug Company, number 4.
Description: View of a family posing near their farmhouse and animals. One woman rides a horse-drawn Bain-Wagon, from Bain works, established in 1882. A man stands in...
Date: 2003 ca.
Description: Spinning wheel and high chair in the attic of the Quinney farmhouse.
Date: 1896 ca.
Description: Cover of an advertising catalog for Osborne agricultural machinery showing a woman and two young girls mixing ingredients for a recipe from an Osborne cata...
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: Scene in a small city park showing a group of local women serving luncheon to soldiers recently returned from service in the first World War. Very possibly...
Description: A group of Fond du Lac women sews clothes for a Civil Works Administration project in 1934. The CWA was an emergency program that lasted from November 1933...
Description: Groups of children seated at tables for a Saturday morning sewing group at Neighborhood House, with a woman helping the children at each table. One boy is...
Description: View of the parlor in the Denison homestead. Built in 1717, the home is a museum today. The room features a brick fireplace and mantle, a plush chair, two...
Description: Lumberjacks eating in a cook shanty; probably early twentieth century.
Description: Artist's rendering of a suite interior at Miller Park Stadium.
Description: Officers of the Wisconsin Business and Professional Women's Club attending a tea at the Governor's Residence, 130 E. Gilman St. Left to right around the se...
Description: An illegal gambling machine in a dining area of a restaurant. A waiter is visible through a doorway on the left.
Description: Two boys dressed in dark work shoes, overalls, and button-up shirts stand on either side of a woman in a doorway, who is dressed in a long skirt and blouse...
Description: Jean Ziegler cooks spaghetti for a dinner party at her apartment at 122 East Gilman Street, Apt. 205.
Description: Illustration of farmstead in disrepair captioned "Woodland home ten years later in the hands of Farmer Slack".
Description: "Theresa Homemakers Club hosted other homemaker clubs at the Theresa Public School. Guest speaker, Ann Kaiser (right), editor of 'Country Women' magazine,...
Date: 1950 ca.
Description: Group of girls making baskets, as an older girl or woman demonstrates a technique. Neighborhood House sponsored many groups and activities, such as basketr...
Description: An Army cook dishes out Pfc. Howard A. Endres's last meal at Camp Grant, Rockford, Illinois, home on furlough after Victory in Europe Day. After his furlou...
Description: Gathering of men at a “Shport [sic] Outing”. The men are standing around a barbecue pit, preparing a feast of fish and corn.
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