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  • Title: Maid
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    • The Union Maid.

    • Women labor union members; Women labor union members--United States; Labor union members; International Union, United Automobile, Aerospace, and Agricultural Implement Workers of America; International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union; Amalgamated...
    • Miriam Gobstoob Canter [...], Chicago, Illinois 60615. Daughter and daughter-in-law of union leaders. Brought up in a union family and mother of children who are either union members or union-minded. 'I'll never cross a picket line, nor will I ever...
    • Electrick Maid Bake Shop, 1928.

    • Bakeries; Stores & shops; Buildings; Men
    • Two men are visible standing behind the counter of the Electrick Maid Bake Shop, located at 622 S. 4th Street. Loaves of bread and pastries are stocked in the window cases facing the sidewalk.
    • Electrick Maid Bake Shop, 1928.

    • Bakeries; Stores & shops; Group portraits; Men; Women
    • A group of employees and others pose behind the counter inside the Electrick Maid Bake Shop, located at 622 S. 4th Street. Baked goods are stocked in the glassed-in cases on either side of the room.
    • Elaine, lily maid of Astolat.

    • Tableaux; Boatmen; Women; Dead persons; Poetry
    • Mary Johnston as Elaine and a boatman in a reenactment of Tennyson's poem, "Lily Maid of Astolat." A handwritten inscription by someone other than the photographer says that the boatman is Kate Matthews, but an article in "The Louisville...
    • ISLAND MAID, 1929 - 1932.

    • Stern wheelers; Steamboats; Fires; Boat & ship industry; Howard Ship Yards and Dock Company
    • ISLAND MAID, a stern-wheel excursion boat with wood hull (190 ft. x 36 ft. x 5 ft.), was originally built by Howard as G.W. HILL in 1909. In 1923, she was sold to Coney Island Co. in Cincinnati, Ohio and renamed ISLAND MAID. After a fire in spring...
    • My pretty maid.

    • Tableaux; Nursery rhymes; Milkmen & milkwomen; Cows; Farms
    • Although not identified, this young girl probably represents the milkmaid in the nursery rhyme, "Where Are You Going My Pretty Maid?" In the rhyme, she responds," I'm going a-milking sir." Title supplied by cataloger.

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