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Description: "Stacey is our waitress at Andersons on Friess Lake, (near Holy Hill). Perch are $9.95." From left to right; Stacey, Ralph Widmer, and Shirley Widmer.
Description: Mrs. J.E. Waggoner passes plaid fabric through a wringer after using an electric washing machine. A washboard hangs on the wall in the background and a lau...
Description: Front view of the buffet table at the Governor's residence set up to welcome a group of nationally-known travel editors to Wisconsin. Shown is a close-up o...
Description: Cover design on the magazine "Wisconsin Engineer". The image illustrates the story "The Population Explosion" by depicting a mass of starving people trying...
Description: Cover of "International Harvester World" magazine, with an image of three women in the home economics model kitchen at International Harvester's Evansville...
Description: View of the 500 block of State Street, south side, at Frances Street during the Winter.
Description: The dining room at the lodge with a view of the Wisconsin River. The tables are set with white tablecloths, sugar bowls and salt and pepper shakers.
Description: Mrs. Betz irons a skirt on a wall-mounted foldout ironing board. A radiator is along the wall near a sink, and wooden chair is on the right.
Date: 1917 ca.
Description: Thousands of potatoes dumped from a freight train along a rail embankment. There is a cow in the background foraging. Original caption reads, "Many thousan...
Description: Four members of an unidentified local in United Packinghouse Workers of America District 1 (Burette King, Sidney Coleman, Aljay Williams, and Joseph Kuzma)...
Description: A hobby show with quilts hanging on the wall, as well as tables with other crafted goods in a room with a high ceiling.
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: Elevated view down long table of a large group of people - mostly men - gathered around a luncheon at an outdoor picnic under trees. The table is crowded w...
Description: Master bedroom at the Governor Nelson Dewey house on his estate called Stonefield. On left side are Cassville President R.J. Eckstein and George W, Foehrin...
Description: A young mother feeds her infant baby food outdoors.
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: View of several solder sealers set against a white backdrop.
Description: Home Economic students at Middleton High School model the Easter outfits they made. Left to right are Ruth Ann Frisch, Moreen Gurfoot and Donna Maly. Donna...
Date: 1948-05-14 before
Description: Dinner menu from the Holland-America Line ship R.M.S. Nieuw Amsterdam, with "A Repast About 1900," with men in tuxedos and women in long gowns aroun...
Description: The Wisconsin State Journal has a new cookbook classification for teenagers. Diane Meyer, a senior at Stoughton High School, is the second place winner in...
Description: Hankscrafts electric baby food dish, heated for serving.
Description: Louise Brown, who created a table setting in the French style, is pictured in an article about table decorations.
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