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Uncle Sam / Supplying / the World / with Berry Bros. Hard Oil Finish [trade card]

view Uncle Sam / Supplying / the World / with Berry Bros. Hard Oil Finish [trade card] digital asset number 1
Advertiser:
Berry Brothers, Ltd. (Detroit, Mich.)
Lithographer:
Henry Seibert & Bro
Subject:
World's Columbian Exposition (1893 : Chicago, Ill.)
Physical description:
Ink on paper
1 item
Culture:
Chinese
English
French
Irish
Russians
Indians of North America
Type:
Trade cards
Place:
Detroit (Mich.)
Date:
1893
19th century
Notes:
Paint, Box 1, Folder Berry Bros.
Summary:
Uncle Sam in left handing out square cans of Hard Oil Finish to various nationalities. Possibly made for or distributed at the World's Fair in Chicago, 1893, although there is no evidence on the card itself.
Topic:
Globalism
Exhibitions
Advertising
Paint
Varnish and varnishing
Uncle Sam (Symbolic character) in art
Local number:
AC0060-0000161-1.tif (AC Scan No.)
AC0060-0000161-2.tif (AC Scan No.)
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