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Description: Advertisement for the Wallis "Cub" tractor, Model D. A side-view illustration of the tractor appears at top and the accompanying text reads, "If You Want a...
Description: Head and shoulders portrait of William Horlick (1846-1936), by Harold A. Stewart.
Description: Label submitted to the state of Wisconsin for trademark registration. Red and white label for Burlington Beer, produced by the Burlington Brewing Co.
Description: Front cover of die-cut menu from White Oak's Restaurant = Rathskeller in the shape of a decorated beer stein. On the stein is a man and a woman holding alo...
Description: Advertisement produced by the Wallis Tractor Company of Racine, Wisconsin advertising the Wallis Model D "The Cub" tractor. An illustration of a man using...
Description: Advertisement for Wallis tractors featuring an a side-view illustration of a man using a tractor in a farm field. The farmer is waving to a train running a...
Date: 1920 ca.
Description: Back cover of a booklet produced by the Massey-Harris Company to advertise Wallis Certified Tractors. The page features photographs of tractors in use on f...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: "Racine County War Veterans Living and Dead." Composite of small oval head and shoulders portraits, consisting of about 100 Union soldiers, all identified....
Description: Label submitted to the state of Wisconsin for trademark registration. "Wisconsin Club Special Beer, A leader since 1883, Burlington Brewing Company." The t...
Description: "Kwik-Way" transfer used to place "Old Abe" trademark on new agricultural and other machinery manufactured by J.I. Case Co., of Racine, Wisconsin. When thi...
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