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Description: Mrs. Herbert C. Scofield, with sons Lloyd and Stanley at the dinner table.
Date: 1910 after
Description: Franklin E. Bump, brother-in-law of Dr. Smith, and one of his children cooking on a fire pit in front of their campsite. The campsite is situated in the wo...
Description: Some of the young people who attended the first of a series of informal parties for teenagers living in Maple Bluff. The party was at the Lakewood school....
Description: A Wisconsin family inside their new bomb shelter.
Description: Two men and three women sitting down to a meal, possibly Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Hull on the left, and Mr. and Mrs. George Hull on the right, father and son.
Description: "Teresa was our waitress at Jo Jo's in Jackson."
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: Mr. Peterson is sitting in a rocking chair reading the newspaper and smoking a pipe, while Mrs. Peterson is standing at the stove with their young son, Jam...
Description: Men stand around or sit on the steps of a stone building to listen as A.E. Chamberlain delivers a lesson on the benefits of vegetable production. Chamberla...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: Group of people sitting on the ground outside of a thatched house with pottery.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Winter scene with Bertha Gesell feeding a calf from a pan.
Date: 1999-08-31 ca.
Description: Wisconsin Governor Tommy Thompson folding a kringle. This image appeared in The Chippewa Herald on August 31, 1999. The caption read: "Darleen Tenne...
Description: Advertising catalog for International Harvester cultivators. Features an illustration of a woman feeding birds.
Date: 1873 ca.
Description: Reverend Carl Christian Aas (1843-1898) and family gathered outside around a table. There is a rocking horse and baby carriage in the view. The stone house...
Description: An informal group is seated under an awning in the garden of the Fairchild house at 302 Monona Avenue (later renamed Martin Luther King Boulevard). Picture...
Description: Three young children pose around a baby in a buggy in a farmyard. Large stacks of hay are in the background. Behind the children on the right a man stands...
Description: Mrs. Granere starting a 1.5 horsepower McCormick-Deering engine in order to power a Maytag washer.
Description: Close-up of a salad exhibit. Includes a pickled fish mold surrounded with deviled eggs and parsley prepared by Carson Gulley's cooking class.
Description: A man and two women fry fish for the St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church family-style fish fry.
Description: View of a room in Pendarvis House. There is a map of Cornwall over the fireplace. A bedwarmer and a bellows sit at the base of the hearth.
Description: Mrs. Waggoner pushing a button on an electric light switch on the wall in her farmhouse.
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