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Description: Four members of an unidentified local in United Packinghouse Workers of America District 1 (Burette King, Sidney Coleman, Aljay Williams, and Joseph Kuzma)...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Two young women and a girl stand in a pasture with a cow and a calf. One of the women is holding a pail; the other a sprig of flowers.
Description: Emma Ketel sits on a sofa sewing with a cat curled up next to her.
Description: War Food Administration Design No. 3, "Hungry Child." The poster features a smiling soldier feeding a spoonful of steaming peas and carrots to a destitute...
Description: Girl Scouts cooking hotdogs over an open fire. The Great Blue Heron council weekend campout was held at Hartland Sportsman's Club grounds.
Description: A hobby show with quilts hanging from the wall. Rugs are draped over radiators. There are also bedside tables, lamps, a bookshelf, and a rocking chair. A s...
Description: Abelessa, Chapuis and De Prorok make coffee.
Description: R.G. Frackleton residence, 695 Cass Street.
Date: date unknown
Description: An exterior view of the James Croft residence in Edgerton, Wisconsin. Various family members are visible in the front yard.
Description: Mrs. Roy J. Nelson, 145 Marquette Street, is shown using a "floyve" stick to turn the lefsa while it bakes. She and her two sisters gathered at one of thei...
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: A brother and sister use an Eau Claire steam pressure machine to run their canning business.
Description: Group of ladies sitting and standing at an outdoor tea party during "homecoming." There is a large spinning wheel on the lawn behind the group.
Date: 1950 ca.
Description: View of the Lincoln Bedroom displaying the bed and chair.
Description: Refugees stand behind supplies in a food warehouse at a displaced persons camp; Germany.
Saul Sorrin was interviewed as part of the Wisconsin Survivors...
Description: Three women set a long picnic table while two men and a young boy stand nearby.
Description: "Unfortunately, Barduccio's were not serving fish fry at noon so we had omelet instead. Korin was our waitress."
Description: A large group of men pause briefly in their work of raising this large timber framed barn.
Date: 1999 ca.
Description: Indoor plants in the dining room window at the Quinney farm.
Description: A woman sits on a stool in a kitchen peeling fruits or vegetables, while another woman lifts the lid off a pot on the stove.
Description: Actors portraying I.M. Singer and his friend George Zieber with the first sewing machine.
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