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Manufacturers of / The "Keystone" [sic] / Line / of Agricultural Implements / Keystone / Manufacturing Co. / Sterling / Ills. [sic] U.S.A. [trade card, ca. 1890]

view Manufacturers of / The "Keystone" [sic] / Line / of Agricultural Implements / Keystone / Manufacturing Co. / Sterling / Ills. [sic] U.S.A. [trade card, ca. 1890] digital asset number 1
Advertiser:
Keystone Manufacturing Co. (Sterling, Ill.)
Physical description:
Ink on paper
1 item
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Type:
Trade cards
Date:
1890
ca 1890
19th century
Summary:
Color illustration shows Uncle Sam and an international array of faces and costumes. The Keystone image to which Uncle Sam points contains a black-and-white picture of a "'Keystone' / hayloader / at work." See also AC0060-0000070.
Topic:
Agriculture
Hay--Harvesting
Business Advertising--Manufacturing--Agriculture
Uncle Sam (Symbolic character) in art
Local number:
040060119.tif (AC Scan No.)
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Agriculture series, Warshaw Collection of Business Americana
Data Source:
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