|Clever 1930s broom ad. I have no clue why brooms labels were always so colorful in that era, but maybe people did a lot more sweeping back then. |
From Tortuga's flickrstream.
|A clipper ship card from Sutton & Co. NY, 1860. Printed by Nesbitt & Co. NY. A crafty name for a ship, but tough to find willing passengers to sail across the ocean I imagine.|
From Harvard University Library.
|This thing must run on corn syrup.|
From riptheskull's flickrstream, but headed the other direction.
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