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Johnston Harvester Company Catalog



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Title: Johnston Harvester Company Catalog
Description: Cover of an advertising catalog for the Johnston Harvester Company. The cover features a color chromolithograph illustration of Christopher Columbus and his crew gazing in astonishment at farmer harvesting grain with a horse-drawn grain binder under the caption: "What Columbus would see now." The illustration on the back cover of the catalog bears the caption: "What Columbus saw 400 years ago." The illustrations were created by the Orcutt Co., Lithographers, Chicago.

Image ID: 11856
Creation
Date:
1893 
Creator
Name:
Johnston Harvester Company
City, State: Batavia, New York
Collection
Name:
McCormick - International Harvester
Genre: Book or Pamphlet
Subjects: Plants
Advertising
Farm buildings
Horses
Hats
Weapons
Agricultural machinery industry
Agricultural machinery
Harvesting
Windmills
Men
Flags
Work clothes
Clothing and dress
Banners
Protective clothing
Explorers
Voyages and travels
Fields (Agriculture)
 

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