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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: View of Mr. Klein farm showing use of "Red Steer" fertilizer on tobacco field looking East.
Description: Mautz Cigars and Billards window display, 832 University Avenue, advertises Chesterfield Cigarettes with a football motif.
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: 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...
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: Farmer weeding in a tobacco field.
Date: 1930 ca.
Description: View of a downward-sloping street with small shops on either side. Signs on the left advertise, "Model Smoking Tobacco" and "Hood's Ice Cream," and "L.R....
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: 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: Drawing submitted to the State of Wisconsin for trademark registration. The drawing includes the word "Progressive" in blue and white letters over the shap...
Date: 1873 ca.
Description: Two men are posed amid tobacco plants. Behind the men are a windmill and barn. In the center background a woman and a child stand near tall stacks of hay....
Description: The Blue Headed Tanager is a New World songbird from the family Thraupidae, known for its brightly-colored plumage.
Description: Two men sit on piles of tobacco in a large warehouse with a number of rows of cured tobacco. Along the edges of the warehouse men are seated and standing.
Description: Cigarette Advertising Cards produced by Allen and Ginter. Depicted is Willie Harradon, a cyclist also known as "The Youthful Phenomenon".
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: A Marlboro cigarette billboard advertisement looms over King Street.
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: Field workers gathering and spearing cut tobacco leaves.
Description: Three people standing in a tobacco field. There are trees in background.
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