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Date: 1915 ca.

Description: Valentine's Day postcard with two women peering out of the doorway of a building looking at two Cupids with a donkey that is refusing to move. One woman is...

Date: 1925 ca.

Description: Valentine's Day card featuring a boy riding a bucking donkey. His cap is flying off of his head. A heart lays on the ground with the text "Valentine Greeti...

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Description: Billhead of Burnett & Pratt, "dealers in fresh, salt and smoked meats, fish and game in season," of River Falls, Wisconsin, with a group of livestock, incl...

Date: 1952 

Description: Holiday card with a scene of a village in New Mexico. Adobe dwellings with hills, fences, a ladder, trees and a burro can be seen in the background. Six fi...

Date: 2009-03-07 before

Description: One-page menu for a special event dinner centered around the pre-industrial (heritage breed) pig. Presented by the Underground Food Collective and Morren F...

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Description: Letterhead of the Belle City Incubator Company of Racine, Wisconsin, manufacturers of hatching equipment. Includes illustrations of an egg incubator and a...

Date: 2009-04-25 before

Description: One-page menu for a pre-industrial (heritage breed) pig dinner, presented by Underground Food Collective. Features a profile view of a pig standing on a re...

Date: 1860 after

Description: A donkey (ass) labeled "SOUTHERN CONFEDERACY", with a Confederate flag tied to his tail, is pulling against the post to which it is tied. The post is label...

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Description: Letterhead of Vernon Valley Farm, a breeder of Percheron and coach horses, shorthorn cattle, Berkshire hogs, Bronze turkeys, and Wyandotte chickens from Mt...

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Description: Letterhead of J.F. Riemer, a poultry breeder of "S.C. Rhode Island Reds, S.C. Buff and Brown Leghorns, Barred and White Rocks, and S.C. Black Minorcas," fr...

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