Nineteenth and early twentieth century American examples of advertising with
color illustrations. Among the names in advertising are F.E. Warren Mercantile Co., Davis
Sewing Machine, Whittemore Bros. & Co. and Wm. Driver & Son.
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FD 1 Card with color illustrations of young boy. F.E. Warren Mercantile Co., Dealers in Pianos
and Organs, Cheyenne, Wyoming.
Card with illustration of a young woman with baskets of flowers. The Davis Sewing
Machine. Browning Bros., Ogden, Utah.
Advertising card for Gilt Edge Ladies Shoes Dressing by Whittemore Bros. & Co.,
Boston, Mass. Illustration shows a bridge over a river.
Small illustrated card depicting a child in a tree. Syrup of Figs by Wm. Driver & Son,
Cartoon with caption, “They Rung Him Up the Wrong Number.” Hopkins & Co. Dry
Goods Grocery, Ogden, Utah.
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