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Description: A father and son picking tobacco. East Tennessee Farmers Union.
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: The cardinal, or redbird is a finch found throughout the Americas. Its defining features include bright red plumage, a musical song, and a pointed crest o...
Description: Letterhead of J.A. Walker, manufacturer of Havana cigars in Markesan, Wisconsin, with a lighted cigar trailing a wisp of smoke over a stippled rectangle an...
Description: The kingfisher, from the Alcedinidae family is noted for its crested head, bright colors, and long, sharp bill. Most species feed on fish by diving and gr...
Description: Farmers harvesting and loading tobacco on a tobacco rack to take to a shed.
Description: Portrait of William Krueger holding a book in his lap and holding a pair of eyeglasses. Behind him, a long pipe rests against a table on which sits a box,...
Description: Yellow Bellied Broad Tail is a variety of parakeet.
Description: Cigarette Advertising Card produced by Kinney Brothers. Depicted is Isaac Lewis, a jockey. Lewis rode in four consecutive Kentucky Derbies, 1886-1889, winn...
Description: Johnny Roventini (known as "Johnny"), spokesman for Philip Morris cigarettes, is shown being interviewed by a woman at the WIBA radio station.
Description: Cigarette Advertising card produced by Kinney Brothers. Depicted is W. J. Fitzpatrick, a jockey and 1888 winner of "The Sequence Stakes".
Date: date unknown
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.
Description: Three people standing in a tobacco field. There are trees in background.
Date: 1895 ca.
Description: Looking down one of Whitehall's streets with horses, carriages, men and stores. A wagon is unloading tobacco.
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: Letterhead of John A. Bosacki of Minocqua, Wisconsin, a cigar manufacturer, with an image of a cigar rolled in the "perfecto" shape.
Description: Railroad tracks pass by a hotel and restaurant and the Bull Durham Smoking Tobacco Factory. Published by J.M. Miller.
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: A man drives two mules who are pulling a stalk cutter across a field of what is possibly tobacco or corn. There are tree stumps in the field.
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...
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