Apparently a stamp or sticker with deckled edges, with an illustration of a woman wearing a red and white striped skirt, green cape and hat. Labelled "...Skirts of quality / Waldorf Building / New York."
Warshaw Collection of Business Americana, Archives Center, National Museum of American History
Silver albumen on paper, mounted on buff warped card
Foundation garments--Photography, Humorous
AC0060-0001068.tif (AC scan no.)
In Warshaw Stereographs, box 2, "Corset" category
Faded albumen comic view, showing a couple in a bedroom; the man is in bed and the woman stands on a chair, apparently having been frightened by a mouse or other animal. Caption: "7359. He is under my corset." A corset and boots are on the floor
Warshaw Collection of Business Americana, ca. 1790-1945, Archives Center, National Museum of American History
040060126.tif (AC Scan No.: illustration for April)
Honeywell Calender, 1955. Scan number above is for month of April: calendar page with cartoon of "Pottawattamie Ceramics Corp." making ceramics. Caption: "Looks like the Chief is Still Experimenting with his Automatic Factory Idea."
Above scan is for month of April with illustration: man holding onto pipe with various country symbols around him. Two other men bang on the man's pipe and berate him. Caption: "Tap that one again, Marconi--Skinhead's listening now!"