Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: G.S. Harris & Son, 1876. Advertising handbill for the American Air Churn, described as "The Greatest Labor-Saving Machine Ever Invented", with wood engraved illustration of the product at the head. Includes a litany of benefits to upgrading to this model, including such gems as "Any child can operate it" and "No dasher, no crank, no winding machinery and no dogs". Emphasizes the labor-saving aspect of the churn's design, noting that "it is certainly a blessing to the farmer's wife or daughter who sometimes are compelled to churn for hours before getting butter".
Measures 8" by 4.75". Recto blank. Fine.