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Description: View across East Main Street towards a row of businesses, looking southeast. From the left, the corner building has a tobacco shop with a law office above,...
Description: Cigarette Advertising Cards produced by Allen and Ginter. Depicted is Willie Harradon, a cyclist also known as "The Youthful Phenomenon."
Description: Anna Neagle [Florence Marjorie Robertson] (1904-1986), started as a dancer and became a popular film actress.
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: Three-quarter view from left rear of a man driving two mules who are pulling a stalk cutter across a field of what is possibly tobacco or corn. There are t...
Wisconsin Historical Museum Object – Feature Story
Description: Sanborn Map of Sun Prairie. The map highlights the public and parochial schools, the exhange, and church buildings, etc.
Description: Mrs. Kathryn Mann of Columbia, Pennsylvania, sits on a Farmall A tractor while Walter Dupes, salesman for J.B. Hostetter & Sons of Mount Joy, Pennsylvania,...
Date: date unknown
Description: Two men pose in a tobacco field in Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada.
Description: View of a tobacco field. Several farmhouses can be seen nearby.
Description: Cigarette Advertising Trade Card produced by Allen and Ginter. Depicted is W.J.M. Barry, Hammer Thrower.
Description: Letterhead of Louis Ballschmider of the Cream City Tobacco Works of Sheboygan Falls, Wisconsin, manufacturer of and dealer in various tobacco products. On...
Description: Studio portrait of a man sitting in a chair rolling a cigarette in front of a painted backdrop. A tin of Prince Albert Tobacco sits on his knee.
How a Disaster Made Wisconsin the Dairy State
Date: 1924 ca.
Description: A middle-aged man stands holding an agricultural implement in a field of tobacco plants. A sign next to him reads: "We Are Power Farmers Using Fordson Trac...
Description: Alexander Krueger, August Krueger, and Henry Bigalk sitting on the front porch smoking pipes. August sits on a chair holding the bag of tobacco, while the...
Description: Trade card of H. Rolfs Cigar Manufacturing Co. of Milwaukee advertising their Golden Horn cigars. The card depicts a cartoon-like drummer with the caption...
Description: The American or Bald Eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) is the national symbol of the United States. It is the only eagle unique to North America, and is li...
Description: View of a tobacco field. Text on photograph reads: "Publ. By Smith's Drug Store, Marianna, Fla." and "Photo By C.E. Pleas, Chiply, Fla."
Description: Cigarette Advertising Trade Cards produced Allen and Ginter. Depicted is John Morrell, a first baseman for Boston.
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