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Queen Finding Machine Cartoon

Queen Finding Machine Cartoon
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Title: Queen Finding Machine Cartoon
Description: Black and white cartoon depicting two men in an apiary. One man is standing over a beehive with ridiculous electrical equipment strapped to his chest and head to monitor or read the beehive. His equipment is attached to a large and complicated looking machine in the distance. A man in overalls and a hat is sitting to the right, speaking. The caption reads "Perhaps we had better face it. Your queen finding machine doesn't seem to [sic] practical." The signature "Clod" is in the lower right corner.

Image ID: 106252
May 1964 
Wisconsin Honey Producers Association : Records, 1875-1979
Genre: Drawing
Subjects: Hats
Bee culture
Caricatures and cartoons
Work clothes
Implements, utensils, etc.
Electric apparatus and appliances

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