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Date: 1915 ca.
Description: Interior of "Meadow Garden," home of Governor George Wallon. Living room decorated with portraits, paintings, and other ornaments. Tea is set at the table.
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Panoramic view of man on horse-drawn Kemp No. 2 20th Century manure spreader. Seated on the ground on the left is a man and young boy (possibly father and...
Description: Four men pause in their work of building a new, large barn. They are all wearing hats for protection from the sun.
Description: Truck drivers dining in reserved "Truck Drivers Only" seating at a diner in an American Oil Company truck stop.
Description: Mary Crain (right), home economist, teacher, dietician, and manager of the West High School cafeteria, supervises two of her students, Linda Gaarder and Al...
Description: Randall Elementary School kindergartners are shown making applesauce under the supervision of their teachers Marguerite Drew and Lois Griskavich. Left to r...
Date: date unknown
Description: Sid posing underneath a table looking out from under the tablecloth, which is draped over his neck. He has a cigar in his mouth, and is surrounded by spill...
Description: Old Abe covered glass bowl made by the Crystal Glass Company of Bridgeport, Ohio. Exhibited at the Centennial Exhibition in Philadelphia in 1876 where the...
Date: 1911 ca.
Description: Man and boy (possibly father and son) on farmland near a cornfield operating a horse-drawn No. 3 Clover Leaf manure spreader. A barn is in the background.
Description: Chromolithograph card of a woman in "native" Hungarian costume, posing with a Singer sewing machine. Part of a "Costumes of All Nations," set created as a...
Description: Two benches, and a table covered with a cloth is set with a vase of flowers and a creamer dish, are standing beneath curtained windows in a farmhouse break...
Description: Madison Community Chest sponsored Farley tract community garden. Robert Thompson, age 6, with harvested peas.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Baby mittens knitted from off-white wool yarn.
Description: The Fairlawn home's colonial dining room. Features area rugs, a fireplace with hanging kettles, fireplace tools, displayed plates and figurines and a built...
Description: Two Ho-Chunk women lean on a rough-hewn table in front of a wooden building which has a ladder against the side leading to the roof. The woman on the left...
Description: View of a woman weaving at a loom in the weaving room of the Berry School, which opened in 1902. Blankets are hanging near the ceiling.
Date: 1918 ca.
Description: The boys' bedroom of the Richard Lloyd Jones residence, 1010 Walker Court (now 1010 Rutledge Court). Several pennants decorate the walls, including those o...
Description: T.L. Graham is shown preparing strawberries for a dessert served with sour cream and a topping of brown sugar.
Description: An Apache Native American woman with a baby in a papoose on her back.
Description: Three generations of the Fiebelkorn family make sausage in the family farm kitchen. On the table is a sausage stuffing implement, a meat grinder, and a sau...
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