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Description: A woman and a girl sitting at a table, husking and silking corn at the Harvester Farm. The image is one of a series illustrating canning methods.
Description: The Kern family, Edna, Nancy, Ernest, and Maribeth, at the supper table.
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: Russian children lined up on a board sidewalk to receive leftovers from a man standing outside the 310th United States Army Engineer corps mess hall. Some...
Description: A table and chairs a laden with rows of Thanksgiving baskets prepared by the Volunteers of America for distribution to needy families.
Description: Walsh-Guelig wedding. Edgar and Margie enjoy some cake.
Description: Manitowoc County Honey Queen, Lois Lensmeyer of Whitelaw, Wisconsin. She wears a white dress and is standing and smiling with her Honey Queen sash and crow...
Description: "We are at American Legion Post 347 in Lomira, WI."
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: Eleanor Nerdrum (left), is hostess for a tea, the first invitational social event sponsored by the Women's Architectural League of Madison. She is shown wi...
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: Mrs. Turner conducts an outdoor canning demonstration for a group of children, men, and women.
Description: Middle-aged woman seated at an outdoor table with refreshments. She is wearing a hat made out of newspaper. The occasion is a card party arranged for older...
Description: Joyce Elmer is basting a chicken in an iron reflector oven and Gene Lyte is using a butter churn. Both women are University of Wisconsin home economics maj...
Description: The household staff (probably Swedish) for one family home, including laundresses, cooks, parlor maids, and scullery girls with their various work utensils...
Description: Three farm wives taking a break at the terrace plowing demonstration and conservation field day on the Carl Ribbke farm near Ableman. From left are Mrs. Ar...
Description: View of young women learning to operate machines in a shirt and overall factory.
Description: Three women in the home economics model kitchen at International Harvester's Evansville Works. Zelma Purchase is wrapping a food product at the table. Lori...
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: A woman and her dog standing at the doorway of a concrete block milk house.
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: Cover of a brochure for International Harvester refrigerators with an image of a man and woman admiring a refrigerator stocked with food and drink.
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