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Date: 1910 ca.
Description: A woman sitting on a beach using a loom. In her journals, Carrie often described looms and their use for making cloth for clothes, siding for houses, woven...
Description: Left to right: friend Sophie, Josef and Flora van Brink Hony Bader (nee Melkman) in their home in Amsterdam. The tablecloth was made by Mrs. Bader and retu...
Description: An exhibit of beautiful old gowns, hats, parasols, china, glassware and silver has been assembled by the Women's Auxiliary of the State Historical Society...
Description: Mrs. Wilson Mutchler of Stoners' Prairie farm at 2533 Mutchler Road, south of Madison, cooks soup on a wood stove.
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,...
Description: Five women members of the millinery class at Madison Vocational School admiring their finished hats. Left to right: Mrs. A.J. (Cora) Niebauer, Mrs. W. H.(G...
Description: Chromolithograph card of two Swedish women in "native" Swedish costume, posing next to a Singer sewing machine. Part of a "Costumes of All Nations," set cr...
Description: "Sarah, our waitress joins our group, as well as Parker, Carly & Kay Hren."
Date: 1935-01 before
Description: Sewing project for Milwaukee County women to make and repair clothing for relief families.
Date: date unknown
Description: Two women stand outside the doorway of a log house in winter. They are posed with a washtub, broom and dust pan.
Description: Francis Beecher and Dorothy Rawlings indulge in a drink and conversation celebrating the 1st Anniversary of the Community Center's Young Adult Club.
Description: Office of Civilian Defense Design No. 4, "Victory Gardens." The poster features a soldier with an arm around a destitute child on the left and a happy youn...
Description: A woman with a ukulele in a household setting.
Date: 1935-04-29 ca.
Description: A woman outdoors next to a house stands over a large, black pot, possibly doing laundry. Four children play around the woman near the entrance.
Description: At the tea table are officers of the Who's New Club who are celebrating the 14th anniversary of the organization. Left to right: Mrs. Fred (Beulah) Reeth,...
Description: A woman stooping to remove an electrical cord from in front of a vacuum cleaner.
Description: "Our waitress at the Pyramid was Patricia 'George' Butch. She explained that 28 years ago, when she applied for the job, there was already an employee name...
Description: Amos Elliot, pioneer stage coach driver, enjoying a quiet evening at home with his second wife, and her daughter (center), Stella Hart.
Description: Women of the Haywood Handicrafters, a civil rights project established for black women in Haywood County, Tennessee. Many of these women had been subject...
Date: 1913 ca.
Description: Mary E. Smith, wife of Dr. Joseph Smith, arranges flowers for the holidays.
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