National Geographic : 1937 Jul
HARVEST BRINGS THE EXCITEMENT OF THRESHING TIME While father, boys, and hired men haul sheaves from field to machine, mother and girls have their hands full cooking for the crew. Oats and barley are increasing in Wisconsin ; wheat and rye are losing ground. riniay rnotograpn Dy D.tAntnony ntewart AN OLD-WORLD ATMOSPHERE SURROUNDS THE BREWING INDUSTRY Dressed in peasant smock and cavalier finery, these La Crosse folk add a touch of pageantry to an old-country inn. Beer made inWisconsin carries German names andemblems from one end of theNation tothe other.