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Date: 1943 ca.

Description: Angora rabbit fur production. A man and woman are standing near bags of angora wool to be delivered to the Reichs wool manufacturing company. Text on page...

Date: 1901 

Description: Cover of an advertising catalog for Aultman, Miller and Company, Buckeye brand. The cover features a color chromolithograph illustration of children dresse...

Date: 1943 ca.

Description: Women are shown sorting and storing angora wool. Bags of wool are shown stacked in a room. Text on page says, "Sortieren - und Lagern".

Book or Pamphlet

The Buckeye Catalog Cover

Date: 1884 

Description: C. Aultman & Co. catalog cover. Features a chromolithograph of a woman holding flowers in her skirt. She stands next to a buck wearing a garland of those s...

Date: 1884 

Description: Back cover featuring a chromolithograph of a young boy driving a team of oxen pulling a Buckeye Twine Binder. At the bottom is a letter that says, in part:...

Date: 1913 

Description: Back page advertisement with the title: "Safe and Easy for Fat Men." Features an illustration of a man sitting and posing on the back of a grain drill in t...

Book or Pamphlet

Arrest at Guttenberg

Date: 1903 

Description: Drawing of a sheriff arresting Herbert "Chub" Fowler. The sheriff, holding Fowler by the shoulder and carrying a billy club in the other hand, says, "Your...

Date: 1902 

Description: Front and back cover of a Deering Harvester Company brochure for twine. The cover reads: "The Original Spinners," and "The World's Greatest Spinners, Deeri...

Book or Pamphlet

McCormick Advertising Folder

Date: 1886 ca.

Description: Cover of a foldout advertising card produced by the McCormick Harvesting Machine Company, manufacturers of agricultural machinery. Features an illustration...

Date: 1900 

Description: Accordion fold advertising card from Adriance, Platt & Company, which manufactured Buckeye and Triumph farm machinery. Features illustrations on both sides...

Date: 1893 

Description: Front and back covers of an advertising brochure for the New Empire line of mowers, reapers and grain binders manufactured by J.F. Seiberling & Company. Th...

Date: 1882 

Description: Cover of a catalog for the Saint Paul harvester and cord binder, "The Pioneer Cord Binder of the World," manufactured by the Saint Paul Harvester Works. Th...

Book or Pamphlet

Bolens Tractors

Date:  date unknown

Description: Cover of Bolens Tractors catalog. An inventor, Harry W Bolens obtained patents on chair and furniture fixtures, power garden tractors and lawn mowers. He h...

Date: 1890 

Description: Cover of an advertising catalog for Excelsior harvesting machinery manufactured by Hoover and Gamble. Features a color illustration of a boy and girl in a...

Date: 1925 

Description: Front cover of a booklet advertising the J.I. Case Threshing Machine Company's line of tractors. The cover features a color illustration of a farmer using...

Book or Pamphlet

Barkeep

Date: 1941 before

Description: Woodcut illustration of a bartender wearing an apron and carrying a glass of beer. He stands in front of three barrels.

Date: 1926 

Description: Cover art of a pamphlet called "Religious and Patriotic Ideals of the Ku Klux Klan" (KKK) featuring an image of the American flag and a burning cross, as w...

Date: 1873 

Description: Chromolithograph featuring a view through a stone arch of two men in a field with a Sweepstakes threshing machine.

Date: 1902 

Description: Catalog cover for Deering Corn Binders, Shockers, Huskers & Shredders. Features an illustration of a dried ear of corn at an angle, and inside the ear of c...

Book or Pamphlet

Columbian Calendar Cover

Date: 1892 

Description: Columbian calendar cover featuring Christopher Columbus, in honor of the anniversary of the four hundredth year of the discovery of America by Columbus (qu...

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