Woman with canned vegetables, part of Farm Security Administration program. Photograph taken by John Vachon, 1939.
Woman with prize-winning quilt, 1926.
High lace-up bicycle boots worn by Miss Vivian Grace Gibson of St. Paul, 1890–1899.
Woman's bicycle cape of tan wool with a yoke, stand-up collar and same collar top-stitching. The circular cape is lined in an art nouveau printed cotton of pink, blue, black, brown, tan and beige.
Woman's ankle-length wool bicycle skirt, 1900.
Colored postcard of the Minnesota State Fair Domestic Arts and Handicrafts building, c.1910.
Women and child feeding chickens, c.1905. Photograph by Emil King. Minnesota farm families worked together to survive on the land. They also worked with hired hands, community members, animals, and machines.
Women at knitting machines, Munsingwear Corporation, Minneapolis, 1920.
Women sewing, Munsingwear Corporation, Minneapolis, 1920
Women's rights march in Rice Park in St. Paul, 1914.
Made possible by the Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund through the vote of Minnesotans on November 4, 2008. Administered by the Minnesota Historical Society.
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