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Description: A view of two Pueblo Native American women and a young girl seated and busy with various craft work, including working on a loom.
Description: At a "We Saw You" fashion show, Miriam Hauri (left), Joan Faust, and Joanne Schoepp model pajamas they made. The girls were Middleton High School students.
Description: Letterhead of the Murphy Products Company, with a three-quarter view of the company building and trucks, automobiles, and a train nearby, flanked on either...
Description: Hannah Heegaard-Jensen demonstrates a Christmas tradition by frying ableskivers on Christmas Eve.
Description: Children's birthday party at 906 Brittingham Boulevard, with participants wearing party hats and seated at table with a birthday cake.
Date: 1860 after
Description: A crop of hemp on the left feeds through a spinning wheel with the words "HEMP FOR TRAITORS NORTH OR SOUTH" on it and then to a gallows with a noose. Uncle...
Date: 1962 ca.
Description: Humor cover illustration prepared by an unknown artist for Ballantine Books, publisher of the book eventually published under the title "America in Hiding"...
Description: Mrs. Robert E. Benedict of Baraboo holds her top grand prize winning cornmeal rolls at the Wisconsin State Journal's annual Cook Book Recipe Contest.
Description: Mrs. Jake George stands on a wooden porch while using a foot pedal to wring excess water from a mop.
Description: Wisconsin Congressman David R. Obey (chin in hand) ponders a remark during a meeting of House of Representative leaders with their Soviet equivalents in Mo...
Description: Group of men from the Milwaukee Turners, posing indoors, eating, drinking and smoking cigars. Text reads, “Bimbos. This solemn-faced group of swaffers of t...
Description: Doctor Lawrence V. Littig cooks a steak on a grill while his wife Sally and seven-year-old son Norman look on.
Description: Louise Brown's table is set with a tablecloth that her husband bought back from Brittany, France and plates depicting native French birds.
Description: UW co-ed, Maybelle Goodyear of Sauk City, earns money to pay for school by preparing a meal in the kitchen of Dr. and Mrs. C.R. Mooney, at 306 Virginia Ter...
Description: Outdoor portrait of five children and various dolls in front of a small wooden structure or cabin. A boy is standing on the left side, holding the handle t...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: A woman poses as if pouring water into a glass. There is a tablecloth, tea set and glass bowl on the table. A large, fancy parlor stove is featured in the...
Description: Home Economics students at the University of Wisconsin served rolls and hot chocolate to more than 800 high school students from 57 schools who attended th...
Description: The "old stone barn" built by the Reeds as early settlers, now used by a member of the city police department as a family residence.
Description: Fennimore High School sewing class poses in classroom. Mathilda Monteith was the instructor.
Description: YMCA twenty-ninth anniversary dinner meeting. Seated at the head table are: left to right, Mrs. A.F. (Madelyn) Trebilcock; Arthur Trebilcock, president of...
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