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PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN, 1872.
'The Working-Man's Banner.' Ulysses S. Grant and Henry Wilson as the Republican candidates for President and Vice President on a lithograph campaign poster by Currier & Ives, 1872.
Advertisement for the 'American Phrenological Journal,' 1867.
SHIRLEY MASON (1900-1979).
American silent film actress. The First National star poses for a beach shawl advertsiement. Photograph by James N. Doolitle, c1920.
CIRCUS: ACROBAT, c1875.
A circus acrobat performing on a horse. Lithograph, c1875.
CHICAGO: RAILROAD TERMINAL.
The South Water Street Illinois Central Railroad freight terminal in Chicago, Illinois. Photograph by Jack Delano, 1943.
WESTINGHOUSE AD, 1924.
American advertisement for Westinghouse electric appliances, 1924.
Germany, Berlin, inventive advertisement, date unknown.
Germany, Berlin, the cinema 'Capitol' with advertisment for the film '.. nur ein Komoediant' by Erich Engel, premiere in Germany 09.10.1935 - Photographer: Josef Donderer - 1935 Vintage property of ullstein bild.
SLAVE BROADSIDE, c1840.
Advertising a raffle at which the prizes were one horse and one slave. Broadside, c1840.
MAIL-SERVICE AD, 1799.
Aaron Oliver offers his service as post-rider in this woodcut advertisement from 'The Northern Budget,' Troy, New York, 1799.
COCA-COLA AD, c1973.
American magazine advertisement for Coca-Cola, c1973.
AD: TOOTHBRUSH, 1887.
American magazine advertisement for felt toothbrushes, 1887.
AD: SILVERWARE, 1911.
American magazine advertisement for Rogers Brothers silver plate silverware, 1911.
ARMOUR MEAT EXTRACT.
French lithograph poster by Albert Guillaume, c1900, for Armour & Co. Meat Extract.
French advertisement for Helena Rubinstein lipstick, 1952.
American advertisement for a Hotpoint washing machine, 1956. Full credit: PVDE - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved.
An 18th century newspaper advertisement of the sale of a cargo of slaves aboard the vessel 'Bance-Island,' then anchored off Charleston, South Carolina, during a small pox epidemic. Newspaper, 18th Century.
RUNAWAY SLAVE AD, 1838.
American newspaper advertisment offering a reward for Henry May, a runaway slave. Newspaper, 1838.
TEXACO ADVERTISEMENT, 1934.
American advertisement for Texaco gasoline and motor oil, 1934.
AD: NEW YORK STATE, 1963.
American advertisement for travel to Sunnyside, in Tarrytown, New York, the estate of writer Washington Irving, and for the historic house Van Cortlandt Manor in Croton-on-Hudson, 1963.
AD: SEEDS, 1889.
American magazine advertisement for Maule's corn seeds, 1889.
AD: ALCOHOL, c1871.
American advertisement, 'The best wines, liquors, ales & lager beer, we are selling here.' Lithograph by Louis N. Rosenthal, c1871.
COCAINE MEDICINE AD, 1885.
American merchant's trade card, 1885, for Cocaine Toothache Drops obviously intended for young children as well as adults.
AUCTION BROADSIDE, 1829.
Broadside announcing the sale of slaves, dry goods, and a horse in an unidentified American city. Broadside, 1829.
'Put a Kodak in Your Pocket.' Advertisement for an Eastman Kodak hand-held camera, from an American magazine, early 20th century.
TOBACCO LABEL, c1869.
'The young swell.' Chromolithograph, c1869.
ABSINTHE POSTER, 1892.
French lithograph poster by Tamagno, 1892, for Terminus, the healthy absinthe. Tamagno used, without permission, the likenesses of the actors Constant Coquelin and Sarah Bernhardt,and the posters had to be taken down.
AD: HIRES, 1919.
American advertisement for Hires Root Beer, 1919.
PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN, 1856. Campaign poster for John Charles Fremont and William L. Dayton as the Presidential and Vice-Presidential candidates of the new Republican party. Lithograph, poster, 1856.
PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN, 1900.
William McKinley and Theodore Roosevelt as the Republican candidates for President and Vice President on a lithograph campaign poster.
HAIR CARE AD, 1920.
American advertisement, 1920, for cosmetic and hair care products of the Madam C.J. Walker Manufacturing Company of Indianapolis, Indiana, founded by Sarah Breedlove Walker (1867-1919).
PATENT MEDICINE AD, C1920.
American advertisement for nuxated iron, with an endorsement from Pope Benedict XV, c1920.
ADVERTISEMENT: OLIVE OIL.
'The Best Olive Oil in the World.' French lithograph poster, 1892, for olive oil produced at Aix-en-Provence and Nice in the South of France, 1892.
AD: TOBACCO, 1919.
American advertisement for Velvet Tobacco, 1919.
ILLUSTRATIONS & POSTERS.
Italy, 20th century, First World War - Propaganda poster for the National Association of Volunteers of the War quoting a sentence by Gabriele D'Annunzio (Volontari! Spiegate la bandiera! Coprite l'ignominia! Sventolate il tricolore in tutto il cielo!). Full Credit: DEA / A. DAGLI ORTI / Granger, NYC -- All rights reserved. THIRD-PA
ILLUSTRATIONS & POSTERS.
Posters, France, 19th century. Vaporine Essence Homogene pour Automobiles, illustration signed by Eugene Le Mouel. Full Credit: DEA / G. DAGLI ORTI / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.
UNCLE TOM'S CABIN, c1860.
An American booksellers' announcement for Harriet Beecher Stowe's Uncle Tom's Cabin. Engraving, c1860.
TEA ADVERTISEMENT, 1896.
For Lipton's Teas featuring the English Company's plantations in Ceylon.
ST. RAPHAEL QUINQUINA.
French lithograph poster by Josť Belon, 1891, contrasting this 'hygenic' and life-prolonging aperitif with bitters and absinthe.
AD: SPORTING GOODS, 1890.
American magazine advertisement for John P. Lovell Arms Co., selling bicycles, shot guns, revolvers and pocket knives, 1890.
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