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Description: Kindergarteners at Dudgeon School in Mrs. Virginia Price's class make a pumpkin pie. Ready to add the egg is Nancy Olmstead, manning the beater is Julie Du...
Description: View up dirt road towards a young man standing near the Turvill shop. The tree-lined road leads up a slope towards another building under trees.
Description: Budweiser beer and snack food display in Frank Fruit Company, 609-613 University Avenue. Sign says, "America's Social Companion".
Description: The dining room at the lodge with a view of the Wisconsin River. The tables are set with white tablecloths, sugar bowls and salt and pepper shakers.
Description: Studio work: Ho-Chunk papoose case, probably, with porcupine quills.
Date: date unknown
Description: Interior view of a kitchen showing sink, stove, counter, and shelves. Apparently to demonstrate effective kitchen organization.
Date: 1961 ca.
Description: Group of people picnicking together at a picnic table in a park. Plastic silverware, paper cups and plates, and a box of potato chips sit on top of the tab...
Date: 1912 ca.
Description: View towards shoreline of log drivers eating lunch on the edge of the riverbank. Visiting businessmen share a meal with the log drivers who are sitting and...
Description: A group of students learning to tie knots in pieces of twine in a classroom. A chalkboard, American flag, and several portraits are hanging on the wall in...
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: A slice of frosted cake rests on a plate atop a cloth-covered table, along with a glass, knife, additional plates, and a wrinkled cloth napkin.
Date: 1873 ca.
Description: Siri Rustebakke, center, sits in front of a house with her daughters and daughter-in-law and four spinning wheels. Original negative c109. Compare with D31...
Description: Two men enjoy coffee and a cigarette at an unidentified Rennebohm Drug Store restaurant. At this time cigarette smoking in Madison restaurants took place i...
Description: Four men in informal attire on their coffee break in an unidentified Rennebohm Drug Store restaurant. They are sitting in a booth identified as a no smokin...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: A well-dressed man sits in a chair in a Schwaller Music Store on Pine Street. Various pianos are on display. There are signs for Sohmer Pianos and New Home...
Date: 1911 ca.
Description: A group of individuals sit on a log lawn swing in the yard of the Drew cottage. Features a caption that reads, "Charter members of lunchgrabbers league." H...
Date: 1950 ca.
Description: A small pamphlet printed by the American Cranberry Exchange advertising new ways to eat cranberries. The list of recipes includes mock cherry pie, cranberr...
Description: Interior view of Lawsonia Country Club, which opened to the public in 1930. The dining room features long and circular tables set for a meal. Chandeliers...
Description: View of the Home Makers Annex, a three-story house with an ivy covered porch, a lawn, and several trees in the background.
Description: A bundled-up woman hand pumps water from a well into a pail. The ground is covered with ice and snow. Two cars and a farmhouse appear in the background.
Description: View down the aisle between two counters at a confectionery and ice cream parlor. Tables and chairs are arranged between decorative trees and plants in th...
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