printed

ca. 1900

Rule book. Description: "Rules and Regulations for Nurses Fabiola Hospital Training School". Grey paper covers with black print, 8 pages inside. Dimensions: 3-1/2 x 5

1-Apr-33

Document. Description: A) Certificate of Instruction for Florence Newman from Fabiola Hospital School of Nursing. Lists courses taken and grades received. B) Document case: blue leather folder...

19Th Century

A-B: red leather case over cardboard (holds four pink paper packages of needles); tooled in gold gilt and green. A: The lid reads: "Ask for any size to refill" on the front, and "Patented Needle...

c. 1960-1970

Template for an advertisement for Capwell's Finer Stores. The ad is pieced together from graphics and cut out text to be used in ads in newspapers, magazines and noitces and was produced by...

c. 1960-1965

Template for a thank you notice composed of pieced togeter cut out graphics and text produced by the graphics department. In the margin is written in blue pencil, "brown ink on pink stock." The...

1960-1970

Template for an advertisement for the September wool sale. The ad is pieced together from text and graphics and was produced by the graphics department. The ad is for a special customers' advanced...

c. 1960-1970

Template produced by graphics art department for an advertisement for a carpet sale. The ad is pieced together from cut out words and drawings to be copied latter for use in newspapers and or...

1-Dec-05

Holiday foods: cranberries and sage are listed on bill.

1-Oct-04

Grocer called potato "spud" on bill.

2-May-04

Grocer called potato "spud" on bill.

1973

Paper bound cookbook by Edna Sanders, "Bahl Gorms in Boont" (Good Eating in Boonville), published in 1973 by the Mendocino County Chamber of Commerce. The cover is of bright green paper, with a...

3-Feb-06

Order of wood for burning.

1917

Booklet is white paper, printed in full color, with views on the cover of two different drawn images of tractors harvesting grain and tilling soil. Booklet was made by the E. G. Staude...

1929

An advertisement for the DeVaux 6-75 automobile created by Norman DeVaux, president and excutive owner of Durant Motor Co. in Oakland, and designed by Col. Elbert J. Hall, founder of Hall-Scott...

1931

An advertisement for the DeVaux 6-75 automobile. The advertisment was for the use of DeVaux-Hall Motors Corp. to be used in the Saturday Evening Post, June 20, 1931. The ad discusses the...

1931

An advertisement for the DeVaux 6-75 automobile. The advertisment was for the use of DeVaux-Hall Motors Corp. to be used in the Saturday Evening Post, September 12, 1931. The ad is for the...

c. 1929

An advertisement for the Fageol Flyer, a freight truck, manufactured by Fageol Motors of Oakland. The top of the ad says, "Use a Fageol Dlyer to increase your margin of profit" and goes on to...

c. 1930

An advertisment for Durant Automobile Co. At the top is a drawing of a Durant car with "Durant '75'" printed next to it. Printed under the drawing is "Unveiling a Masterpriece as a result of...

c. 1930

An advertisement for Durant Automobile Co. and for Oakland as the "Industrial Capital of the West." The ad discusses what an important role Oakland plays because of the presence of the railroad,...

c. 1930

An advertising brochure for Durant Automobile Co. On the front is a drawing of a Durant Star Four (a two door sedan) with a starting price of $495 and goes on to discuss the attributes of the car...

29-Aug

Booklet from/ for the Durant Automobile Comapany for August 1929. On the front cover- "Durant Review, In this issue: Glowing six month's record, Eugene Firms' success secrets, Cazol Company adds...

c.1939-1944

A: Envelope for pattern pieces and sewing instructions; white paper with peach colored, pink, light blue and black inks. Illustration shows a doll with curly hair, wearing a coat and hat as well...

2002

T-shirt is navu blue knitted jersey cotton, printed in blue with the word "Droors." The way it is printed is reminiscent of the typeface used by the rock music band The Doors. Proper right...

1954

Sheet music is white paper, printed in black. The music is by George Cory, the words by Douglass Cross, and it is published by General Music Publishing Co., Inc., in New York. The front is...

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