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Identifier: P0103

Title: Objects

Description: The Objects collection contains photographs, engravings, and lithographs of household and other objects arranged by subject. Subjects include: Blickensderfer typewriter; irons; commercial buildings; interior of a furniture store; homeowners show: kitchen appliances, furnaces, washing machines and Ediphone dictation machines in a showroom interior; showroom interior of N.O. Nelson Manufacturing Company, 1929; bath tubs; sinks; toilets; chairs; baby carriages; prams; advertisement for Franz Schwarzer musical instruments; Busch beer bottles and cans; wine glass with Michelob logo; Grossenbacher Steel Furnace and Manufacturing Company furnaces and air conditioners; Elizabeth Landau fashion dresses; clothing; lamps; street lamps; interior of the Laclede Gas Light Company, with poster promoting National Gas Lighting Week; furniture in Gaius Paddock House near Edwardsville, Illinois; upright and grand pianos in a showroom interior; house interiors 1700-1840; advertising billboards, signs and posters from the 1940s; ads for automobiles, Central Hardware, Ritz Crackers, Hyde Park beer, Stag Beer, Coca-Cola, movies; cigar store Indians; pages showing fences and residence floor plans from "Rural Affairs: A Practical and Copiously Illustrated Register of Rural Economy and Rural Taste…" by J.J. Thomas, 1860; ornamental iron work by Winslow Brothers Company of Chicago; stone walls; iron fence around Henry Shaw's house; sculptures by Daisy A. Taake; horse saddles; (more).

Rights: UND

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Type(s): Photographs, Engravings, Lithographs
Collection

Maker/Creator: St. Louis studios: W.C. Persons; Frank M. White; A. Piaget; Schweig; G. Cramer; A.A. Coult; Star Photo Co.; Ralph A. Ross

Subjects: Beer

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