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Description: Advertising card featuring a color illustration of a woman in a bonnet holding a rectangular parasol. Text at bottom reads: "Pure Animal Bone Fertilizer."
Date: 1881 ca.
Description: Reverse side of chromolithograph card listing the advantages of the Columbia Chilled Plow. Includes black text over an illustration in red ink of a plow. M...
Description: Frontispiece for Abraham Ortelius' Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, published in 1570, and considered the first modern atlas. Title is surrounded by four figures r...
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...
Description: Advertisement for plows, cultivators, harrows, corn planters, mowers, rakes, sulkies and gangs.
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...
Description: Advertising card for Deere & Co. "Largest Plow Manfactory, in the World." Features an illustration of a stalk of wheat on the left, partially framing a sce...
Description: Bookplate of the Charles C. Miller Memorial Apicultural Library. Portrait of Miller in center with phrase, "Do unto others as ye would that others do unto...
Description: Artwork by Steve H--. Silkscreen. Governor Lee Sherman Dreyfus quote illustrated "I Eat Bee Poop." "Wisconsin Grade A Fancy" in lower left corner.
Description: Engraved print of a man riding atop a wagonload of hay pulled by a horse along a road in a hilly rural area. On the left is a barn and silos.
Date: 1996-08 before
Description: One-page menu for the twentieth anniversary of L'Etoile Restaurant, with a side illustration of vegetables, fruit, leaves, and other plant life.
Description: Features a color illustration of a Bissell Chilled plow in a field. The back of the card describes the plow.
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: Front of card with a color illustration of a man on a Bullard Improved Hay Tedder pulled by a white horse. The back of the card describes the hay tedder.
Description: Advertising card featuring a chromolithograph of men driving horses pulling Buckeye Binders in a race. The card reads at the top: "Buckeye leads the field....
Date: 1900-10-22 before
Description: Front cover, speaker page, and menu for a dinner of the Six O'Clock Club, on the topic, "What Shall We Do with the Trusts?". On the cover is a sheaf of whe...
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...
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...
Date: 1999-01-15 before
Description: One-page menu for a wine dinner at L'Etoile Restaurant with vintner Heidi Schrock and importer Terry Theise, with a side illustration by Rebekkah Luce of g...
Description: Front of advertising card for the enclosed-gear mower, featuring a color illustration of the enclosed-gear mower on a black background.
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