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Description: Farm Security Administration county supervisor going over farm plan with a rehabilitation borrower as his family looks on.
Description: Chromolithograph card of three young women in "native" Roumanian costume, posing next to a Singer sewing machine. Part of a "Costumes of All Nations," set...
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: Mrs. Jack Schwartz of Roxbury holding a 3-month-old baby girl on her lap. The child is one of the nearly 60 foster children that Mrs. Schwartz has cared f...
Description: Martha Hart is the creator of a table setting on a formal summer theme.
Date: 1876-09-19 ca.
Description: Left to right: Johannes Brenum (father), Peter, Bernt, Ole, Maria, Ingeborg (mother), Mrs. Margaret Larson (neighbor in plaid dress). Little girl is Minnie...
Date: date unknown
Description: A logo for Singer Sewing Machine Company. Over the backdrop of a globe and clouds is written "The Sign of Singer Service Throughout the World." In the cent...
Description: Female students working in a sewing class taught by Miss Catherine Mulvey. Original caption reads, "Miss Mulvey teaches the primary grades, but on Friday a...
Date: 1950 ca.
Description: A woman is working on the backporch of Ralph Warner's home.
Description: Marguerite Willenberg of 1027 East Johnson Street, a tuberculosis patient at Morningside Sanatorium, sits in a wicker rocking chair while knitting.
Description: Memohead of the Wilbur Seed Meal Company of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, manufacturer of horse, cattle, poultry, and egg food, hoof packing, and various animal re...
Date: 1912 ca.
Description: Forest Middleton and his future wife, Leonore Judkins, look over a piece of beadwork on a frame.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Woman cleaning a wooden floor in an open doorway of her farmhouse with a scrub brush.
Description: Men loading horse-drawn manure spreaders on farm land.
Date: 1930 before
Description: Interior view of the laundry room at the Winnebago County Asylum. Pictured are the staff, including a young boy. Some of the women are ironing articles of...
Description: Display containing china and silver owned by Barbara Fritchie (1766-1862), a heroine who defied General Stonewall Jackson and the invading troops. Copyrigh...
Description: Freshly pressed clothing hanging on a metal bar off an Apex electric ironing machine.
Description: Randall Elementary School kindergartners are shown making applesauce under the supervision of their teachers Marguerite Drew and Lois Griskavich. Pictured...
Description: People examining a home economics exhibit at the Farm and Home Week at the University of Wisconsin. From left are Ruth E. Davis, Port Washington; Mrs. Otto...
Description: Looking over Governor Nelson Dewey's account books at the governor's desk in his office at Stonefield are Raymond Sivesind, state supervisor of historic si...
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