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Description: Letterhead of J.E. Crane & Son Producers and Dealers in Comb and Extracted Honey and Wax 51-53 Washington Street Middlebury, VT., May 26, 1915. "The oldest...
Description: Insect art work in which the artist placed cut-outs of people's faces on top of the insect heads.
Description: Artwork by Steve H--. Silkscreen. Governor Lee Sherman Dreyfus quote illustrated "I Eat Bee Poop." "Wisconsin Grade A Fancy" in lower left corner.
Description: Bookplate of the Charles C. Miller Memorial Apicultural Library. Portrait of Miller in center with phrase, "Do unto others as ye would that others do unto...
Date: 1928 ca.
Description: Bookplate from the Cowan Memorial Library presented to the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries by the British Beekeepers Association 1928. The illustrati...
Date: date unknown
Description: A colored illustration, featuring in the center a young girl standing by a modern bee hive and holding a smoker in her left hand. Her right hand is resting...
Description: Print of seven insects and one mammal with human faces. Scientific names printed beneath each image. "Melanoplus differentialis" grasshopper, "Eurypelma he...
Description: Poem entitled "Chunk Honey".
Description: Letterhead of N.E. France of Platteville, Wisconsin, the general manager and treasurer of the National Bee-Keepers Association, in the form of a label for...
Description: Label submitted to the state of Wisconsin for trademark registration. Badger Brand Honey produced at the Wisconsin Honey Farm with the subheading "Where qu...
Description: Letterhead from the office of J. Vandervort, Practicle Apiarist and Manufacturer of Comb Foundation Machines. Laceyville, PA., July 28 1884.
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