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Description: Two women and a man wash dishes in a tent.
Description: Food tray for a Pan American World Airways Boeing 747 in-flight meal. The tray has silverware, a coffee cup, and assorted food items. There is also a napki...
Description: Students in cooking class at Hillside Home School, an early progressive school, operated by Ellen and Jane Lloyd Jones, aunts of Frank Lloyd Wright.
Date: date unknown
Description: Four well-dressed people relax in a parlor. They are reading, sewing and playing the piano.
Description: Ho-Chunk woman tanning a buckskin. Typical dwellings (chipotekes) in the background.
Description: A few dozen men stand on and around a sandy path surrounded by low shrubbery. They are wearing work clothes, and some of them are carrying bowls filled wit...
Description: The Jacobson family sits with the dining table and dinnerware set up on the yard in front of their house. From left to right the family members are identif...
Description: Frank family banquet at the home of Morris L. Frank, located at 611 Chapman Street. The family were Greenbush residents.
Description: Page from Joy Camps photo album displaying two photographs and two captions with extensive details of the camp's war efforts. Several campers in each photo...
Description: Cover design on the magazine "Wisconsin Engineer". The image illustrates the story "The Population Explosion" by depicting a mass of starving people trying...
Description: Interior of a company school operated by Gainesville Cotton Mills. Girls in the room work over large tubs and crates with cans and canning equipment. Boxe...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Tille Faulkman standing in a barn with a spinning wheel and two yarn winders. She is dressed in traditional Pomeranian attire. A handmade basket filled wit...
Description: The head table at a dinner marking the 75th anniversary of the First Unitarian Society of Madison. Seated at the table are Frank Lloyd Wright and, next to...
Description: A seated Navajo woman weaves a blanket near two young children.
Description: Wide angle view of the interior of a bakery, with one man standing by the oven on the right and another man standing near the center between racks of bread...
Date: 1950 ca.
Description: An interior view of a kitchen/dining area/den, from behind the electric range looking into the den.
Date: 1965 ca.
Description: A woman, identified as Tracy, friend of Rob McNamara and supporter of SNCC (Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee), wears headphones and eats. Behind h...
Description: Strikers from the United Packinghouse Workers union in Topeka taking a coffee break from their picketing. The strikers were employees of the Hill Packing C...
Description: Three women and a girl sit and chat at a table while making toys for a Madison hospital. Shown as they sew and stuff cloth toys, are (left to right) Hattie...
Description: "Elizabeth was our waitress at John's in Beaver Dam."
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