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Nursery Labels.jpg
19th growers traditionally used pencils on pine labels to identify their stock, but the development of printing presses led to mass-produced tags--a microcosm of revolutionary "branding" that was occurring to foods of all kinds.

New York-The Empire State--small.jpg
Advertising map created by the Mentholatum Company promises the "romantic epochs of of New York history paraded before us in picturesque array." Although its text narrative and dates address the state's history, there also are many features of the…

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Boy and girl are posed, with a scene-stealing dog, wearing Nitey Nite pajamas for promotional photo whose proposed tagline is inked on print.

Clark Rice writes: "Another Nitey-Nite pajama picture. Not all these prints would have been used in their…

NN Lullabies.1.jpg
Cover of a promotional 78 rpm record, created for the Perry Knitting Company's "Nitey Nite" line of children's sleepwear, features a photograph similar to its print advertising of the time. In the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle a local department…

Perry Bowling Center.jpg
This advertisement announces the opening of an unusual recreation venue. Beginning with its construction in 1917, a Ford dealership and garage had been located on Covington St., but by the late 1930s was planning to locate.In 1940 the Perry Rotary…

1954-09-30 p3.pdf
Between 1954 and 1957, the Perry Knitting Company (PK) published a monthly news page in the Perry Herald. Today, probably it would bear a label of “paid content,” although it’s unclear whether the PK was charged advertising rates for the full-page…

1954-10-28 p7.pdf
Between 1954 and 1957, the Perry Knitting Company (PK) published a monthly news page in the Perry Herald. Today, probably it would bear a label of “paid content,” although it’s unclear whether the PK was charged advertising rates for the full-page…

1954-11-25 p8.pdf
Between 1954 and 1957, the Perry Knitting Company (PK) published a monthly news page in the Perry Herald. Today, probably it would bear a label of “paid content,” although it’s unclear whether the PK was charged advertising rates for the full-page…

1954-12-30 p4.pdf
Between 1954 and 1957, the Perry Knitting Company (PK) published a monthly news page in the Perry Herald. Today, probably it would bear a label of “paid content,” although it’s unclear whether the PK was charged advertising rates for the full-page…
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