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Description: A mother is cutting a pattern from display material on a table.
Date: date unknown
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: Standing in the yard in front of a log house is a man standing and holding crutches in the middle, a woman on the left holding a small girl who is perched...
Description: Rose Karney, crocheting, has an anemic condition which requires frequent blood transfusions.
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.
Description: Mrs. C. H. Nordberg, 44 Nygard St., looks on as Mrs. Frank G. Miller, 1950 Koster St., demonstrates her sewing machine skills. They are both members of the...
Description: Chromolithograph card of a group of people from "Zululand" in "native" costume, posing next to a Singer sewing machine. Part of a "Costumes of All Nations,...
Date: 1911-09-13 before
Description: Middle front outer panel and tri-fold menu from The Gargoyle, with a gargoyle sitting atop the framed illustration of the entryway of the restaurant and a...
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: Two men and a woman sit and stand around a table inside the Ridgell Drug Company and ice cream parlor. Several display cases are arranged behind them and...
Description: Johns Island students discuss sewing and the first young citizenship group at Highlander Folk School.
Description: Four ladies observing a woman demonstrating on a sewing machine at the University of Wisconsin Farm and Home Week.
Description: Mrs. George M. (Mary) Extrom of 2121 Fox Avenue served as chairman of the Zor Shriners' sewing project that raises funds for the Shriners' nursing hopsital...
Description: The extended family of Aslak Olsen Lie posed before the home he built in 1849 with his brother Ole after immigrating in 1848. The house is a combination of...
Description: Mae Gribbon uses a soldering tool to seal tin cans in a home canning operation.
Description: William and Johanna Krueger seated alongside a house near a shed. William is seated on a bench weaving a basket, and has a pipe in his mouth. Johanna is se...
Description: Mrs. Waggoner opens a pressure cooker on a stove in a farmhouse, possibly as part of a home canning process.
Description: Mrs. L.A. Hawkins skims cream from a bowl in a basement using an "old-fashioned" tin skimmer. Shelves of canned goods are in the background.
Description: "Kristin was our waitress at Jerry's Old Town Inn." From left to right: Kristin, Shirley Widmer, Ralph "Buddy" Ruecker, and Carl Bernhard.
Description: Composite photograph/painting of woman pouring water into cracked basin, spilling onto floor.
Description: A group of two men and two women are seated in a booth. The table is is littered with soda bottles, plates, and glasses. The woman on the left is smoking a...
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