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Description: Agricultural extension cooking class, probably at Wausau, supervised by Nellie Kedzie Jones.
Description: Interior view of a log cabin with antlers hanging on a wall. Items of clothing are hanging from the various antlers. Also, there is a table set with dishes...
Description: A man wearing overalls and a cap uses a saw powered by a 1.5 horsepower McCormick-Deering engine to cut wood on International Harvester's Hinsdale experime...
Description: "At Cinder's, our waitress, Sandy, joins us at our table. In the back is the owner, Cindy." From left to right; Sandy, Ralph "Buddy" Ruecker, Cindy, Shirle...
Date: 1900-11-19 before
Description: Front cover of the program for a Six O'Clock Club dinner, with a man in a pastoral setting wearing a chef's hat and an apron, reading a Thanksgiving procla...
Description: The dining room at the Birchcliff Hotel, with tables set for a midday meal.
Description: University of Wisconsin home economics students have a tea party.
Date: date unknown
Description: View of the parlor in the Denison homestead. Built in 1717, the home is a museum today. The room features a brick fireplace and mantle, a plush chair, two...
Description: Carson Gulley, senior chef at the University of Wisconsin residence halls, puts on a cooking demonstration at the Loraine Hotel as part of a Norge home app...
Date: 1910 ca.
Description: People working in a field. Beside them is a basket full of a type of food.
Description: Photographic mock-up for an Alfred Stanley Johnson photomontage postcard entitled "Melon Party." Four girls wearing bows and dresses are holding an object...
Description: Madge Goodland, wife of Governor Walter Goodland, displaying a quilt with a patriotic design.
Description: Miss Neary smells the contents of an opened can, demonstrating the hazards of ingesting tainted food.
Description: Interior view of tables, a chalkboard, and sewing machines inside the sewing room at Orange Township Consolidated School.
Description: Two employees of the utility division of the Highway Trailer Company at a company banquet at Harold Halverson's Superclub. Visible in the background of the...
Date: 1919 ca.
Description: A woman wearing an apron stands near a wheeled butler's tray in a kitchen. A sink, table, and chair stand against the wall and various cooking utensils and...
Description: View of old man making baskets and an old woman sewing outside of a log cabin. Other handmade wooden items appear throughout the image and tools hang on th...
Description: Two "young" Rebublicans, Dorothea and Lyle Siggilkow, McFarland, are shown enjoying a fried chicken box supper at the Lincoln Day Dinner.
Description: View across grassy field towards a large group of men, horses and horse-drawn vehicles posing along a wooden fence with a gate. There is a farmyard with a...
Description: "At the Goose Shot in Waupun, Sandy Nummerdor and Bette Mocco take an intense interest in our Fish Fry pictures. We enjoy their food."
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