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Four critters grace this sharp colored advertisement: a rabbit, dog, crow with a pitcher, and a fox.
An Ivory Soap Fable (With apologies to Aesop and Geo. Ade).
Two strong large black-and-white illustrations show a man wearing out the soles of his shoes and a woman having her hands treated. The man walked to work and in a month he saved almost enough to have his shoes half-soled. ...
C.D. Cobb & Bros. Advertising Magazine.
This is a curious circular put together apparently by a store with a main location and three branches in Boston and further branches in Westboro and Fitchburg. This 32-page stapled pamphlet combines various advertisements ...
Card soliciting contributions to the Nebraska Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society
The cover of the note proclaims "No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted." The front is identical with that used by the Midlands Chapter of the National Mutiple Sclerosis Society six years earlier. As I ...
A 4" x 8" stiff card advertising "Kompositum Fabel: Die Fabel ist tot - es lebe die Fabel!"
Sorry, but I cannot make out the colored illustration on the card. Should I be trying to--or able to? The verso includes an invitation to the opening, with speeches and music.
A twice-folded-over heavy paper brochure advertising "An Aesop Odyssey
The brochure advertises a fifty-minute children's opera available on tour. The cast includes Country Mouse, City Mouse, Tortoise, Hare, Cricket, Ant, Dog, Northwind, and Sun. How nice of Kelly to think of me!
Postcard from Anchor graphics
The art is strong in its use of black and gray. The first impression is something ashen like a post-nuclear landscape. The crow is caught, and a human being rushes up to lay hold of him.
Postcard and business card advertising Fables of Bay Head
This shop offers antiques, country furniture, quilts, gifts, and ice cream. "Fables" seems to be a perennially attractive name for all sorts of things!
Comic Fables with Morals Advertising Washburn Crosby's Gold Medal Flour
This lovely little pamphlet, in surprisingly good condition, has the printed stamp on its back of Grant Ramsey of Grinnell, Iowa, one of the many grocers happy to sell Gold Medal Flour. The multi-colored pictures are ...
The Fable of the Judge and the Loaves."
The picture side of this postcard has a title across its top, a strong colored picture taking about two-thirds of the remaining space, and a text of the fable climaxing in "Moral: -- Use Gold Medal Flour." A handwritten ...