National Geographic : 1937 Jul
LIFE'S COLOR IN WISCONSIN GREEN COUNTY SWISS: THE GIRLS, THE COSTUMES, AND THE CHEESE Thoroughly American, but proud of their ancestry, Monroe folk dress up in old-country attire for " Cheese Day," a festival held every five years. Wisconsin's 2,100 cheese factories produce seven-tenths of the domestic Swiss consumed in the United States and three-fifths of the cheese of all varieties. y ivatLonal veograpnic ooclery rinlay rnotograpns Dy n. Aintnony otewart GLAZED PAPERS OF RAINBOW HUE WILL DECORATE SHOP WINDOWS From laminated glassine, another material manufactured in this Rhinelander plant, up-to-date lamp shades are fashioned. Candy, cigarettes, toys, and novelties go to market packaged in a bewildering variety of transparent, greaseproof wrapping papers also produced here.