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Date: 1947 

Description: Holiday card with a snow man and woman riding in a sleigh. They are wearing coats and have a plaid blanket on their laps. He is wearing a hat with a feathe...

Date: 1935-07-29 

Description: Label submitted to the State of Wisconsin for trademark registration. "Frigid Frozen Custard." Features two men, each driving a dog sled with teams of dogs...

Date: 1895 ca.

Description: Valentine's Day card with three die cut pieces. The middle piece is a sleigh pulled by one horse. There are three children in the sleigh; one boy isdriving...

Date: 1926-05 

Description: Front cover of an advertising booklet for Trackpull crawler equipment for the Fordson tractor. The cover features a man using the Fordson tractor to pull a...

Date: 1917 ca.

Description: Two views of a man using the Elgin tractor. The image at left shows the farmer using the machine in a field; the image at right depicts the man using the t...

Date: 1930 ca.

Description: Holiday card of a man loading Christmas trees on a sled drawn by two horses. A dog runs in front of them. The sun is setting over a lake or pond with trees...

Date:  date unknown

Description: Holiday card of a girl pulling a sled with two gifts on it. She is wearing a green coat and hat with white fur trim, and red mittens. A snowy hill and a tr...

Date: 1920 

Description: Advertisement for Monarch tractors featuring a photograph of a Monarch 30-18 hauling a 41-ton load over snow and icy roads. The text at top reads, "Monarch...

Date: 1978 

Description: Holiday card showing four African Americans, two men and two women, sliding down a hill on a sled. More snow-covered hills are visible in the background. T...

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Description: Letterhead of M.H. Wheeler, a lumberman from Florence, Wisconsin, with a man standing on a load of logs, holding the reins for two horses harnessed to the...

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