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Horse Shoe Falls in Winter, from the Transparencies series (N137) issued by W. Duke, Sons & Co. to promote Honest Long Cut Tobacco
Washington Arch, from the Transparencies series (N137) issued by W. Duke, Sons & Co. to promote Honest Long Cut Tobacco
Actress in costume standing on wooden pedestal, from the Transparencies series (N137) issued by W. Duke, Sons & Co. to promote Honest Long Cut Tobacco
Garibaldi Monument, Washington Square Park, New York City, from the Transparencies series (N137) issued by W. Duke, Sons & Co. to promote Honest Long Cut Tobacco
The Hudson River, from the Transparencies series (N137) issued by W. Duke, Sons & Co. to promote Honest Long Cut Tobacco
The White House, Washington, D.C., from the Transparencies series (N137) issued by W. Duke, Sons & Co. to promote Honest Long Cut Tobacco
Instruction insert from the Transparencies series (N137) issued by W. Duke, Sons & Co. to promote Honest Long Cut Tobacco
U.S. Battleship Indiana, from the Transparencies series (N137) issued by W. Duke, Sons & Co. to promote Honest Long Cut Tobacco
U.S.S. Texas, from the Transparencies series (N137) issued by W. Duke, Sons & Co. to promote Honest Long Cut Tobacco
Actress playing guitar, from the Transparencies series (N137) issued by W. Duke, Sons & Co. to promote Honest Long Cut Tobacco
Washington Bridge, from the Transparencies series (N137) issued by W. Duke, Sons & Co. to promote Honest Long Cut Tobacco
Portrait of actress facing left, from the Transparencies series (N137) issued by W. Duke, Sons & Co. to promote Honest Long Cut Tobacco
Actress standing with hand on hip, from the Transparencies series (N137) issued by W. Duke, Sons & Co. to promote Honest Long Cut Tobacco
Niagara Falls, from the Transparencies series (N137) issued by W. Duke, Sons & Co. to promote Honest Long Cut Tobacco
Bethesda Fountain, Central Park, New York City, from the Transparencies series (N137) issued by W. Duke, Sons & Co. to promote Honest Long Cut Tobacco
Brooklyn Bridge, from the Transparencies series (N137) issued by W. Duke, Sons & Co. to promote Honest Long Cut Tobacco
Full-length portrait of actress wearing draped costume, from the Transparencies series (N137) issued by W. Duke, Sons & Co. to promote Honest Long Cut Tobacco
Lower Falls of the Yellowstones, from the Transparencies series (N137) issued by W. Duke, Sons & Co. to promote Honest Long Cut Tobacco
Capitol, Washington, D.C., from the Transparencies series (N137) issued by W. Duke, Sons & Co. to promote Honest Long Cut Tobacco
Grand Canal, Venice, from the Transparencies series (N137) issued by W. Duke, Sons & Co. to promote Honest Long Cut Tobacco
Portrait of actress in profile facing right, from the Transparencies series (N137) issued by W. Duke, Sons & Co. to promote Honest Long Cut Tobacco
The Bridal Veil, from the Transparencies series (N137) issued by W. Duke, Sons & Co. to promote Honest Long Cut Tobacco
Statue of Liberty, New York, from the Transparencies series (N137) issued by W. Duke, Sons & Co. to promote Honest Long Cut Tobacco
Coney Island, from the Transparencies series (N137) issued by W. Duke, Sons & Co. to promote Honest Long Cut Tobacco
Columbus Monument, New York, from the Transparencies series (N137) issued by W. Duke, Sons & Co. to promote Honest Long Cut Tobacco
Millard Filmore, born in New York January 7th 1800. President from 1850 to 1853. Died March 8th 1874. Aged 74 years. Compliments of Julius Saul, leading clothier, 324 & 326 River St., Troy.
Millard Filmore, born in New York January 7th 1800. President from 1850 to 1853. Died March 8th 1874. Aged 74 years. Compliments of Julius Saul, leading clothier, 324 & 326 River St., Troy.
Woman's head on a squash body.
Soapine the dirt killer - Soapine did it
Bartley Campbell's picturesque play The Galley Slave.
Smoke! Topsy Tobacco, "I is so wicked!"
Ayer's Pills Advertising - Vintage American Trade Card
The light-running New Home sewing machine. A painful alternative - I will have a New Home machine! A New Home or a divorce take your choice sir!
Clara Morris. Advertising - Vintage American Trade Card
What's the matter you say? Why I want to find where that Mrs. Potts' keeps store. My wife gives me no rest. She even dreams about those what-you-call'em cold handle sad irons.
Use Capitol Cylinder Oil, approved by the best engineers. A torpedoed oil well in Penna Oil Region.
"Crown" sewing machines, Florence oil stoves are manufactured by the Florence Machine Co. Crown sewing machines are the best in the world.
Carter, decorative printer, 47 Merrimack Street, Haverhill, Mass. National emblems of the world. Carter's forty flags, emblematical colors, representing banners and ensigns of forty chief nations of the world.
Use N. K. Fairbank & Co.'s lard, the standard of the world.
St. Jacob's Oil conquers pain. Advertising - Vintage American Trade Card
The Confederate States of America twenty dollars - This is presented to you in order to impress on your mind the fact that Dr. Morse Indian Root Pills have been before the public for more than sixty years, and to-day are the most popular family pill in the market.
King John, Act 5th, Sc. 3d. King John: How goes the day with us? O tell me, Hubert. Hubert: Your majesty, the enemy are in retreat and on the field have left a great supply of Libby, McNeill & Libby's Cooked Corned Beef. King John: Ha! Say you so? Strike up our drums and comfort my brave men with this good news.
Mary had a little pig, she combed it with a card, when it grew up to be a hog, it made good Fairbank lard.
Merchant's Gargling Oil, a liniment for man & beast
New York and Havana Cigar Co., La Paz de Espana
"Observe our Label" - Fleischmann & Co.'s Compressed Yeast
Polly want a cracker? I'll just run down to Hayward's great cash store and buy some.
Pish-Tush. Our great Mikado, virtuous man, when he rule our land began, resolved to try a plan whereby each wife should be contented. So his decree was, it is said: "My subjects all must use Coats' thread because it is," the decree read - the best that's been invented."
Wife, - "Sleepless night on an uncomfortable bed, makes life a burden" Husband,-"I know it, I will spend a hundred dollars & a week's time to find a comfortable mattress."
Clean and white? Well I uses David's Prize Soap. It saves lots of time and strength and dey gives you a chance of a house and lot and lots of things into the bargain.
Niagara Starch Advertising - Vintage American Trade Card
Alike, the world over. Minnie - Did you know Kate Smith was engaged? Carrie - Why, you don't say! How did that happen? Minnie - Rumor says her teeth are so white and her breath so sweet from using Hood's Tooth Powder, he couldn't resist.
Artistic, elastic, durable, linoleum Advertising - Vintage American Trade Card
Testing Clark's O.N.T. spool cotton Advertising - Vintage American Trade Card
At Frear's Bazaar you can save money on your staple and fancy dry goods.
Compliments of Julius Saul, leading clothier, 324 & 326 River St., Troy, N. Y.
Compliments of Wood's Genuine Selected Spices
Chadwick's imported spool cotton Advertising - Vintage American Trade Card
Compliments of the Domestic Sewing Machine Co.
Try Lavine for washing Advertising - Vintage American Trade Card
Colgate & Co's "New" Soap - the "New" Soap in oval cakes unequalled for laundry use.
French Laundry Soap. Advertising - Vintage American Trade Card
Soapine rises above everything Advertising - Vintage American Trade Card
Older man sitting while two children play with him, flowers and berries in the foreground.
Soapine - French Laundry is the best soap ever made
Dry goods and carpets, Compliments of G. V. S. Quackenbush & Co., Troy, N. Y.
Summer Advertising - Vintage American Trade Card
Messmate, all is lovely, and the goose hangs high. 'Tis N. K. Fairbank & Co.'s best lard oil makes the light in yonder sky.
"Sapanule" sold by all druggists. Advertising - Vintage American Trade Card
J & P. Coats Best Six Cord, 200 yds, 50
Ye olden time - the American Sewing Machine Co.
Thurbers' strictly pure flavoring extracts Advertising - Vintage American Trade Card
Presented by the makers of Carter's Little Liver Pills
Child banging a drum. Advertising - Vintage American Trade Card
Willimantic Linen Co., 200 yds, 50, the best thread for sewing machines
Royal St. John sewing machines. The only machine which runs forward or backward without stopping or changing direction of work.
Merrick's American Standard six cord in search for the North Pole.
J. E. Kaughran & Co. Advertising - Vintage American Trade Card
Prof. Horsford's self-raising bread preparation. Our pet. The healthful & nutritious baking powder.
May all friends to each other be, as true, as I, my friend, to thee!
J & P. Coats Best Six Cord, 200 yds, 40
Woman and two children outside, woman putting the younger child on a large dog to ride.
J. & P. Coats Best Six Cord 200 yds, 40
Compliments of Longfellow & Co., White's Cor. Drug Store, Haverhill, Mass.
A. B. Chase Organ Co., Norwalk, U. S. A.
T. E. Dougherty Purity Condensed Mince Meat
Light Running - New Home Advertising - Vintage American Trade Card
Even better than home. For camping use Highland evaporated cream.
Dwight's super-carb. soda Advertising - Vintage American Trade Card
Eat Wilson's canned meats put up by the Wilson Packing Company. A hot day.
La recoite des oranges (Italie) Advertising - Vintage American Trade Card
Starin's Glen Island, Long Island Sound. A day summer resort.
New Home Sewing Machine Co. Our clothes are made on the New Home sewing machine
Buy the Conqueror Wringer. Washing day.
Soapine gilt edge French Laundry soap
Soapine washes anything Advertising - Vintage American Trade Card
Fairbank's - Git out, we use nothing but Fairbank's soaps
Merrick Thread Co. Best Six Cord 50. Cupid chained.
Washburn, Crosby Co's Flour. "We know a good thing when we see it."
Gold. The best family soap for the price in the world.
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