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Description: Letterhead of Louis Koenig, dealer in "Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars" from Scott, Wisconsin, with a drawing of two men wearing long-sleeved shirts, vests,...
Description: A man opens the rear door of an International truck used by Spheeris Brothers Inc. The original caption reads, "Model D2, 125" W.B. - 6.00 - 16 tires." Th...
Date: 1874 ca.
Description: Tobacco field in foreground, with haystacks, barn with cupola, nad house with people standing in front of it. Other small wood farm buildings are in the ba...
Description: The Blue Headed Tanager is a New World songbird from the family Thraupidae, known for its brightly-colored plumage.
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: Alexander Krueger and Henry Bigalk sitting on the floor of the front porch smoking pipes. The bag of tobacco sits on the ground in front of them.
Description: Men in field with tobacco on wagon and barn in background. Lewis Dahl's tobacco harvest in back of his father's home (Nels Dahl).
Description: Letterhead of John A. Bosacki of Minocqua, Wisconsin, a cigar manufacturer, with an image of a cigar rolled in the "perfecto" shape.
Description: Albert Hammes, of West Salem, and his young helper standing in a field spearing picked tobacco on stakes to be dried in the barn.
Date: date unknown
Description: Two men pose in a tobacco field in Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada.
Description: This map shows the railroads of southern Wisconsin with the routes of the Chicago, Milwaukee, and St. Paul Railway traced in red. The township grid, counti...
Description: Cigarette Advertising Trade Cards produced Allen and Ginter. Depicted is John Morrell, a first baseman for Boston.
Description: Farmers harvesting and loading tobacco on a tobacco rack to take to a shed.
Description: Three people standing in a tobacco field. There are trees in background.
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...
Description: Field workers gathering and spearing cut tobacco leaves.
Date: 1895 ca.
Description: Looking down one of Whitehall's streets with horses, carriages, men and stores. A wagon is unloading tobacco.
Description: Naval clerk selling Old Gold cigarettes to a trainee at the U.S. Naval Training School (Radio) ship's store in the University of Wisconsin athletic stadium...
Description: Side view of a man cultivating tobacco with an International Super A tractor. A house and other buildings are visible in the background, including a shed w...
Description: Anna Neagle [Florence Marjorie Robertson] (1904-1986), started as a dancer and became a popular film actress.
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