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Box 10

 Container

Contains 229 Results:

Trade card, W.L. and H.E. Pitkin, 187-?

 Item — Box: 10, Folder: P
Abstract "Hollow Ware of Every Description. Also, Jobbing in Gold and Silver Plating."
Dates: 187-?

Trade card, Pitkin Bothers and Company Iron Works, 189-?

 Item — Box: 10, Folder: P
Abstract Manuscript notes with prices of engines and boilers on back.
Dates: 189-?

Business card, Plaza Market and Deli, 198-?

 Item — Box: 10, Folder: P
Scope and Content From the Collection: This collection contains different forms of printed paper items produced by Hartford businesses beginning in the 1840s and continuing through the present. Many types of ephemera, such as trade cards and catalogs, functioned solely as advertising. Others, such as bookmarks, calendars, and blank books, might serve a useful purpose as well as providing advertising for a firm. Much of the ephemera, especially the earliest items, were printed locally by Hartford’s many printing firms. Later items...
Dates: 198-?

Trade card, George W. Pomroy, 1889?

 Item — Box: 10, Folder: P
Abstract "The Pomroy Handy Wagon. The Best Wagon in the World for the Money."
Dates: 1889?

Trade card, Pomroy, 18--?

 Item — Box: 10, Folder: P
Abstract "This Man bought a Carriage of Pomroy… Sold by Geo. H. Olmsted, Jr."
Dates: 18--?

Trade card, Joseph Pomroy, 186-?

 Item — Box: 10, Folder: P
Abstract "Choice Green and Black Teas, Choice Wines and Liquors, Imported and Domestic Cigars."
Dates: 186-?

Business card, Bill Posey, 1985?

 Item — Box: 10, Folder: P

Trade card, William H. Post and Company, 188-?

 Item — Box: 10, Folder: P
Abstract William H. Post, E. S. Yergason, Proprietors. "Artistic and Modern House Furnishings A Specialty."
Dates: 188-?