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Uncle Tom and Eva Promote Uncle Tom's Cabin Smoking Tobacco. Donaldson Brothers.Five Points NY.
Uncle Tom and Eva Promote Uncle Tom's Cabin Smoking Tobacco. Donaldson Brothers.Five Points NY.
Price: $100.00

A 5" x 3 1/4" advertising trade card promoting Uncle Tom's Cabin Smokin Tobacco, manufactured by Wellman & Dwire, Quincy, Ill. Depicts characters from Uncle Tom's Cabin by Harriet Beecher Stowe.  Eva is holding a plug of tobacco while seated on Uncle Tom's shoulder.  It is cpationed "O Uncle Tom! T'was Eva spoke, Why do you alwys this kind smoke? "O Missy, I hab understood Dat you must Lub Whebber's Good.  And sartain sure Ob all de rest, Dis yer tobacco am de best'. Reverse promotes Hasbrouck & Mix, in Syracuse and other Wellman & Dwire Tobacco Company products. . Light toning on reverse. more info
Paper Dolls of All Nations New York World's Fair 1939 Officially Licensed. Saalfield Pub. Co.  Copyright NYWF. .Akron O.1939
Paper Dolls of All Nations New York World's Fair 1939 Officially Licensed. Saalfield Pub. Co. Copyright NYWF. .Akron O.1939
Price: $100.00

An uncut paper doll book features images of children in costumes from around the world on the front cover. Includes six (6) costumes pages with costumes from Italy, Span, Hungary, Native American (American Indian, India, Turkey, Eskimos, China, Japan, America, Scotland, Russia, Ireland, England, Switzerland and Hawaii. .  Eight (8) punch out dolls of children on the back cover. Measures 15" x 10 3/4".. Of particular note:  The costumes are from many lands, all of the children paper dolls appear to be white Americans. more info