Found in 19 Collections and/or Records:
Lowenbach Brothers Price List,
The collection consists of an advertisement from the Lowenback Brothers liquor distributors in Alexandria, Virginia, c.1910s.
National Biscuit Company Package Catalog
The collection contains a single package catalog for the National Biscuit Company. Although the catalog is not dated, one item is from June 1931, suggesting the catalog is from about that time. It includes labels for more than forty crackers, cookies, and other snack items, and the back pages include sample display racks for stores.
National Biscuit Company Salesman's Collection
The National Biscuit Company Salesman's Collection consists of materials for the use of National Biscuit Company salesman, including blank order forms, a student’s training guide, and a package catalog. Although none of the materials are dated, they may date from about the 1930s, possibly earlier. The order forms and student record book are empty, but a pasted in newspaper at the back of the packaging catalog suggests this may have been used by a salesman in Maine.
Public Service Announcement, "Being Gay," Lambda Horizon, WUVT Radio, n.d. (Ms2014-010)
Questionnaire on AIDS Education, Mark Weber, Lambda Horizon, n.d. (Ms2014-010)
Alice Ross Culinary Ephemera Collection
The Alice Ross Ephemera Collection includes more than 2,000 pieces of ephemera related to food & culinary history, advertising/marketing, food production, agriculture, holidays and celebrations, and domestic culture, dating from the mid-19th to the mid/late 20th century.
St. Francis Hotel (San Francisco, CA) Liquor Store Scrapbook
The collection contains a scrapbook of images from the liquor store window at the St. Francis Hotel in San Francisco, California. The collection likely dates from about the 1950s, though none of the items are specifically dated.
Sweet 'N Low and Butter Buds Promotional Materials,
The collection includes promotional materials for two Cumberland Packing Corporation Products: Sweet 'N Low and Butter Buds from 1979-1985.