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CURTIS: SARSI COOK, c1927.
A Sarsi Native American in Alberta, Canada, preparing food and drying meat. Photograph by Edward Curtis, c1927.
WWI: HOSPITAL, c1914.
The kitchen on board Kaiserin Augusta Victoria's hospital train. Photograph, c1914.
SIOUX COOKING, c1911.
High Bear, a Brulé Sioux Native American man on the Rosebud Reservation in South Dakota, cooking by throwing heated stones into a beef-stomach container. Photographed c1911.
COOKS, 14th CENTURY.
Cook basting birds roasting over a fire, while a man pours wine to serve at 'The Saltire' inn. Detail of an illumination by Jehan de Grise in the 'Romance of Alexander,' c1340.
INUIT WOMEN COOKING, c1910.
A group of Inuit women in Labrador, Canada, preparing reindeer meat. Photograph, c1910. Full credit: Haeckel-Archiv - ullstein bild / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
Jane Fonda *21.12.1937- Actress, USA presents her book Cooking for healthy living - 1996, ullstein bild ID 00555794.
NEW YORK: HOBOS, 1915.
Hobos making mulligan stew at Hotel de Gink in New York City, a hotel for itinerant workers on the Bowery. Photograph, 1915.
COOKING UTENSILS, 1643.
Line engraving, Venice, 1643.
SAN FRANCISCO EARTHQUAKE.
A woman and two men cooking on a fire next to the curb of a residential street, following the earthquake of 18 April 1906. Stereograph, 1906.
Caucasian men cooking in the kitchen of a foreign settlement house in Japan with a dog in the foreground. Woodcut in colors by Yoshikazu Utagawa, c1860.
Making and cooking of barley bred in Algeria c. 1965. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
MAPIE OF TOULOUSE LAUTREC (1901 1972).
Mapie de Toulouse Lautrec making a cooking demonstration on november 17, 1959. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
WWI: KITCHEN, c1914.
English soldiers cooking at Amiens, France. Photograph, c1914.
HAMBURGER GRILL, 1938.
A cook making hamburgers in a concession stand at the National Rice Festival, Crowley, Louisiana. Photograph by Russell Lee, September 1938.
MIGRANT WORKER, 1938.
A young African American wife cooking breakfast roadside on the outskirts of El Paso, Texas. Photograph by Dorothea Lange, June 1938.
DOMESTIC COUPLE, c1903.
'Mrs. and Mrs. Henpeck get supper.' In a reversal of traditional roles, a man cooks supper while his wife reads a book. Stereograph, c1903.
ALGIERS: COUSCOUS, c1899.
Young Algerian women preparing couscous in a courtyard at the Luce Ben-Aben workshop in Algiers. Photochrome, c1899.
'The Day Before Thanksgiving.' Women preparing Thanksgiving dinner. Engraving, American, 1890.
INUIT KITCHEN, 1916.
An Inuit woman and her son at an outdoor kitchen near Nome, Alaska. Photograph, 1916.
MIGRANT CAMP, 1939.
A farmer cooking a meal for his family inside a tent at an emergency camp for migrant workers in the pea fields, Calipatria, California. Photograph by Dorothea Lange, February 1939.
AD: KITCHEN APPLIANCES.
American advertisement for Kelvinator kitchen appliances, 1947.
HIGH SCHOOL COOKING, 1935.
Cooking class at Chevy Chase High School in Bethesda, Maryland, 1935.
AD: STOVE, 1918.
American advertisement for the Universal Combination Range, which allows the user to cook with gas, coal or wood. Illustration, 1918.
AD: VEGETABLE SHORTENING.
American advertisement for Spry Vegetable Shortening, 1954.
Smokers and Drinkers, by David Teniers the Younger (1610-1690), oil on canvas. Full Credit: De Agostini Picture Library / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
The cook, poster. France, 19th century. Full Credit: De Agostini Picture Library / Granger, NYC -- All right
A young boy inspects a pot of pudding cooking on the stove for Thanksgiving dinner, at his home in Ledyard, Connecticut. Photograph by Jack Delano, November 1940.
COOKS, 14th CENTURY.
Cooks basting birds roasting over a fire. Detail of an illumination by Jehan de Grise in the 'Romance of Alexander,' c1340.
U.S. FOOD ADMINISTRATION.
Women at work in the United States Food Administration War Kitchen. The administration was responsible for the Allied Forces food reserves during World War I. Photograph, 1917.
WWI: COOKING, 1914.
German soldiers cooking near the North Sea coast in Belgium. Photograph, 1914.
A man stands guard of the Janissaries' kettle drums. Edwin A. Grosvenor.
Men pour syrup of sugarcane into wooden molds to make panocha. Clifton R. Adams.
COOKS, 14th CENTURY.
Cooks working over an open fire at 'The Saltire' inn. Detail of an illumination by Jehan de Grise in the 'Romance of Alexander,' c1340.
Leather camp chest that belonged to American President George Washington (1732-1799). Wood engraving, American, 1883.
BEVIN AND BYRNES, 1945.
'Two Cooks Are Better Than One.' British Foreign Minister Ernest Bevin (left) appeals to U.S. Secretary of State James F. Byrnes to help resolve competing Arab and Jewish claims in Palestine. English cartoon by Leslie Illingworth from 'Punch,' 1945. RESTRICTED OUTSIDE US.
HAWAII: COUPLE MAKING POI.
A native Hawaiian couple making poi, the national dish. Photograph, early 20th century.
WOMAN IN KITCHENETTE.
Photograph of a woman cooking on a two burner stove in her kitchenette. Photograph, New York City, 1935.
PEEKSKILL STATE CAMP.
Three men from Philadelphia acting as soldiers during the Homestead Strike, cooking at a campfire, Peekskill State Camp, Homestead, Pennsylvania. Photograph, c1892.
MEDIEVAL KITCHEN, 1516.
A housewife supervising her kitchen staff. German woodcut, 1516.
KITCHEN SCENE, 1507.
A kitchen scene. Woodcut from 'Kuchen-meisteri,' a German cookbook published in Augsburg in 1507.
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