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Description: Mrs. Stuart Robson (1861-1924), actress, started her career as Miss May Waldron.
Description: Cigarette Advertising Trade Card produced by Old Judge Cigarettes. Depicted are Bill Krieg and Gus Klopf, two Minneapolis Millers baseball players.
Description: Cigarette Advertising Cards produced by Allen and Ginter. Depicted is Willie Harradon, a cyclist also known as "The Youthful Phenomenon."
Description: Jack bartending at The Dizzy Club.
Description: Letterhead of Louis Ballschmider of the Cream City Tobacco Works of Sheboygan Falls, Wisconsin, manufacturer of and dealer in various tobacco products. On...
Description: Cigarette Advertising Trade Card produced by Allen and Ginter. Depicted is W.J.M. Barry, Hammer Thrower.
Description: A newspaper advertisement prepared by the Foote, Cone and Belding agency for the American Tobacco Co. The ad features a product endorsement for Lucky Stri...
Description: Anna Neagle [Florence Marjorie Robertson] (1904-1986), started as a dancer and became a popular film actress.
Description: Cigarette Advertising Trade Cards produced Allen and Ginter. Depicted is John Morrell, a first baseman for Boston.
Date: 1923 ca.
Description: Advertisement for Lucky Strike cigarettes that shows the product name being written as a smoke trail above New York City. The campaign was devised for the...
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: Cigarette Advertising Trade Card produced by Allen and Ginters. Depicted is George Bubear, an English sculler.
Description: The Blue Headed Tanager is a New World songbird from the family Thraupidae, known for its brightly-colored plumage.
Description: The woodpecker is a brightly colored bird of the family, Picidae. It has a stiff tail and strong claws to aid in climbing, and a chisel-like beak for bori...
Date: 1976 ca.
Description: Solicitation for donations to the League of Educational Associates Foundation appearing on the back page of the League Against Nuclear Dangers newsletter "...
Description: The American or Bald Eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus) is the national symbol of the United States. It is the only eagle unique to North America, and is li...
Description: Cigarette Advertising Card produced by Allen and Ginter. Depicted is Edwin Bibby, a wrestler.
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: Cigarette Advertising Card produced by Kinney Brothers. Depicted is W.J. Fitzpatrick, a jockey and winner of "The Suburban 1886."
Description: Cigarette Advertising card produced by Kinney Brothers. Depicted is W. J. Fitzpatrick, a jockey and 1888 winner of "The Sequence Stakes".
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