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Description: Yellow Bellied Broad Tail is a variety of parakeet.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Interior of a saloon. A bartender stands behind the bar, and another man wearing a hat stands in front of the bar. The back of the carved wood bar is mirro...
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: Cock-of-the-Rock is named for its distinctive crest. It is from the bird family Cotingidae, and native to the tropical rain forests of South America and G...
Description: A father and son picking tobacco. East Tennessee Farmers Union.
Date: date unknown
Description: View across unpaved road of the front of a brick two-story tobacco warehouse. Three men are posed standing on the stoop in front of the door. A barefoot gi...
Description: A plot of land in front of a row of houses features cabbage in the foreground, ripe, four-foot tall Havana seed leaf tobacco plants in the center, and swee...
Description: Food, Tobacco and Agriculture Workers session at Highlander. Connie Anderson, Educational Director for the organization, is standing in the center.
Description: Three-quarter view from the front of a man cultivating tobacco with a Super A tractor. The heavy-duty front axle is visible.
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...
Wisconsin Historical Museum Object – Feature Story
Description: Kennedy Manor dining room bar with four stools and cigarette vending machine, 1 Langdon Street.
Description: Cigarette Advertising Card produced by Kinney Brothers. Depicted is W.J. Fitzpatrick, a jockey and winner of "The Suburban 1886".
Description: The Blue Headed Tanager is a New World songbird from the family Thraupidae, known for its brightly-colored plumage.
Description: View of Mr. Klein farm showing use of "Red Steer" fertilizer on tobacco field looking East.
Description: "Blase beyond words were these three Shorewood women who came to the party in the abbreviated, waist-less, low-necked frocks characteristic of the 1920s."...
Description: Piggly Wiggly store tobacco display with cans of Prince Albert and George Washington brands in cans.
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