Nineteenth-Century American Trade Cards

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Nineteenth-Century American Trade Cards

 

This collection consists of 100 American trade cards printed during the late 19th century. The majority of the cards are for businesses in the Northeast, advertising a wide range of businesses and products such as confectioneries, dry goods stores, tailors, pharmacists, medicines, household soaps, and sewing machines. The collection is part of the “Victorian ephemera, 1849-1979, undated” collection, donated by Mr. and Mrs. Edward G. Levy.

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