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Honey Queen Lois Lensmeyer



Honey Queen Lois Lensmeyer
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Title: Honey Queen Lois Lensmeyer
Description: Manitowoc County Honey Queen, Lois Lensmeyer of Whitelaw, Wisconsin. She wears a white dress and is standing and smiling with her Honey Queen sash and crown, working in the Wisconsin Honey Producers Booth at the Wisconsin State Fair. Ceramic jars of honey are displayed behind Lois on honeycomb styled shelves, and boxes of comb honey are displayed below.

Image ID: 105535
Creation
Date:
1969 
Creator
Name:
Wisconsin Honey Producers Association
City, State: Wisconsin
Collection
Name:
Wisconsin Honey Producers Association : Records, 1875-1979
Genre: Photograph
Subjects: Food
Signs and symbols
Wisconsin State Fair
Agricultural exhibitions
Bee culture
Beauty contestants
Indoor photography
Portrait photography
Women
Dresses
Bees
 

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