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Canning Corn

Date: 1927
Description: Husband and wife canning corn in kitchen using Burpee Can Sealer.
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Testing Canned Beans

Date: October 1927
Description: Woman wearing an apron and identified as Anne Jilk is posing with a can of beans to demonstrate the testing of canned food.
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Home Canning

Date: 1915
Description: A woman wearing a dress and bonnet is using a wire potato masher to remove a jar of peaches from a vat of boiling water. Several jars of canned goods are s...
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Woman with Home Canning Equipment

Date: 1915
Description: Mrs. Buckley, wearing a dress, apron, and bonnet, is standing next to a table where equipment used for the home canning of agricultural produce is displaye...
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Woman Canning in Kitchen

Date: 1915
Description: A woman is using a towel to remove a can from a stove top pressure boiler. Additional cans are sitting on the counter beside her, and the boiler lid and o...
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Medicine Cabinet

Date: 1926
Description: View of an opened medicine cabinet above a sink at International Harvester's Hinsdale experimental farm.
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Woman Canning

Date: 1926
Description: A woman wearing an apron is removing a wire rack filled with glass canning jars from a boiler on a Coleman Pressure Range on International Harvester's Hins...
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Canned Goods on Shelf

Date: 1915
Description: Canned goods are arranged on shelving behind the counter at Lazenby's Mercantile Store.
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Pyramid of Canned Goods

Date: February 15 1915
Description: A pyramid of stacked canned goods at an Alabama store. Original caption reads: "The people of Alabama are artistically inclined as evidenced by the car loa...
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Canning Chicken at Holden's Farm

Date: 1925
Description: Two women working at P.G. Holden's Farm canning chicken. On the table there is canning equipment, chicken, and open cans.

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