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Description: Advertising card with the heading: "To make hens lay, use Sheridan's condition powder." Features a color illustration of a man in a hen house on the left h...
Description: Advertisement for Watson-Deering Twine Binder for 1885. The illustration features a rear view of a man using a team of horses to pull a twine binder throug...
Date: 1879 ca.
Description: Front page of 4-page advertisement with an illustration featuring a man using a team of horses to pull a grain drill in a field.
Date: date unknown
Description: Advertising card featuring a color illustration of a man using the plow in a field with a team of two horses.
Date: 1860 ca.
Description: Advertisement card that reads: "The Kirby. It Mows! It Reaps! It Rakes!" Includes a photograph that has been pasted onto the card of a man using the Kirby.
Description: Calendar for Light Running Plano binders, mowers-headers, reapers-hayrakes, & sickle grinders. The calendar has an illustration of a man using Jone's Lever...
Description: Front of advertising card with an Uncle Sam figure with a text balloon that reads: "Read what people say of the Little Yankee Three Wheel Plow." The back o...
Description: Front and back of advertising card for the New Gale Chilled Plow. On the front is a color illustration of a man sitting at the base of a tree pulling the t...
Description: Colored illustration of a man in a hat and boots driving the Gregg Reaper in a field, pulled by two horses.
Description: Front and back of three advertising cards with color illustrations of a woman named "Minnie" and the same man in three different scenes. The front of the l...
Date: 1882 ca.
Description: Front of advertising card featuring a color illustration of a group of men looking at a man sitting on a Plano harvester and twine binder in front of an Ag...
Date: 1880 ca.
Description: Front of advertising card for Adams & French harvester and self-binding harvesters. Features a color illustration of winged children harvesting in a field.
Description: Front of advertising card featuring a color illustration of a man and young boy outside during winter. The man is using a Lightning Hay knife to cut the ha...
Description: "The lightest draft and most complete mower in use!" Features an illustration of a man pulling the mower, with two men sitting on it. Includes the text: "T...
Date: 1935 ca.
Description: A photograph of a title card for a BETTY BOOP cartoon, showing Betty Boop sitting on the palm of a hand, surrounded by silhouettes of cheering men throwing...
Description: Front of advertising card featuring a color illustration of two men, each using a team of horses in a field to pull harvesting machines.
Description: An illustrated advertisement for Southern Flowers face powder, "the unusual new face powder of the Southland". there is a sticker in the upper right corner...
Description: Illustration of two men using a Hussey Grain Cutter in a field. One man rides on the grain cutter, and another man rides on one of two horses pulling the g...
Description: Illustration of children disembarking an International Metro school bus with a suburban house in the background.
Description: Front and back of advertising card. The front features a color illustration of a man and woman standing in a field of red flowers. The back of the card fea...
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