Community: Women
Transcribed data for the Wilder family from the 1860 federal census.
1860 US Census--Wilder Family
United States Federal Census, New York, Franklin County, Burke: 1860.
1870 US Census data for the Wilder family.
1870 US Census--Wilder Family
United States Federal Census, New York, Franklin County, Burke: 1870...
Advertisement for Comstock's New Horticultural Implements.
Advertisement for Comstock's Horticultural Implements
American Agriculturalist 29 (1879), 118.
Stoneware butter churn with wooden dasher.
Wooden butter stamp.
Wooden cheese press.
Engraving of a woman churning butter.
Churning Butter
Benjamin Butterworth (ed.), The Growth of Industrial Art, Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1892, 34.
Diary entries from January to June 1860 written by Ann Scutt.
Diary entries from July 1860 to May 1861 written by Ann Scutt.
Diary entries from May 1861 to November 1862 written by Ann Scutt.
Memorandum from the back of Lucy Medora Walker's Diary.
April 17, 1878 diary entry written by Marshall Fairbanks.
October 28, 1878 diary entry written by Marshall Fairbanks.
October 29, 1878 diary entry written by Marshall Fairbanks.
Haying, by Theodore Robinson.
Haying
Gift of Stephen C. Clark
Four women picking hops.
Black iron kettle.
Lainhart family standing with a full wagon of hay.
Lainhart Family Haying
Courtesy of the Guilderland Historical Society
Women in creamery with milk pans.
Milk Pans
Benjamin Butterworth (ed.), The Growth of Industrial Art, Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1892, 33.
Policitians in a Country Bar by James Goodwyn Clonney. Genre Painting.
Politicians in a Country Bar
Gift of Stephen C. Clark
Engraving of a family reaping grain by hand.
Reaping--18th Century
Benjamin Butterworth (ed.), The Growth of Industrial Art, Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office, 1892, 15.
Catalog advertisement for Economy King Cream Separators in the 1917 Sears Roebuck Catalog.
Sears Roebuck Catalog Advertisement
"Economy King Cream Separators," Sears Roebuck Catalog, 1917, 1327.
Seneca Beaded Bag, back.
Seneca Beaded Bag
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene V. and Clare E. Thaw
Woman milking cows with Hinman Units.
Woman Operating Three Hinman Units
Hinman Milking Machine Co. Trade Catalog, Oneida, NY: Hinman Milking Machine Co., c. 1918.