Thursday, January 10, 2019

Arnold Trade Cards: Index

~ I & J ~

Welcome!  & Introduction -- page 1
𝓦elcome to the "I & J" sections of The Earl J. Arnold Advertising Card Collection index! Company names are indexed as they appeared on the advertising (also known as "trade") cards. A company such as "A.J. Muzzy & Co." will be indexed under that name, and sometimes also under "Muzzy, A. J.  & Co." Shaded links lead to sites outside of the Earl J. Arnold Advertising Card Collection


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"Ice Boat Regatta" -- page 7
ice skate, how to -- page 7
iceboating -- page 7
I.L. Cragin & Co. -- page 19
Ilion NY -- page 66
Illinois State University -- page 86
Imperial Diamond needles -- page 37
Imperial Granum Co. -- page 26
"In the Shadow of Old Main" -- page 86
Institute Library (The) -- page 53
Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute -- Appendix 1
Ira Perego Patent Bosom Shirts (etc.) -- page 148
Ives, O. B. -- pages  112,  114

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J & P. Coats -- pages  3,  40,   78
J.A. Burke -- page 68
caption reads "I would like to know how that air cow got though that hole!"
page 22
J. A. Christian -- page 88
J.A. Godfrey & Co. -- page 178
J.A. Lowell & Co. -- page 120
J.A. Pozzoni's complexion powder -- page 158
J.B. Williams Co. -- page 18
J.D. Larkin & Co. -- page 141
J.E. Murray & Co. -- page 149
J.H. Bufford & Co. -- page 7
J.H. Dudley & Co. -- page 79
J.H. Johnston -- page 50
J.H. Otis -- page 59
J.M. Littell & Co. -- page 105
J.O. Whitehouse -- page 49
J.O. Wolslayer -- page 42
J.R. Mitchell & Son -- pages   55,  95,  189,  191
J.T. Lovett -- page 4
J.W. Bussing -- page 22
J.W. Skelly -- page 93
Jackson MI -- page 2
James Marden & Co. -- page 68
James Prior -- page 95
James Pyles Pearline -- Best of, Victorian Companions
James, Thomas L. -- page 90
Janesville WI -- page 84
Japanese Soap -- page 2
Japine Washing Powder -- page 2
Jeaneret, A.E. -- page 113
Jefts & Parker -- Trade Card Mysteries
Jersey City NJ -- pages 78,  175
jewelry -- pages  114,  154,  183
Jim Tyler -- page 13
John Carle & Sons -- page 26
John E. Ward -- page 14
John English & Co. -- page 37
John H. Bufford & Co. --  pages  6,   7
John Habberton -- page 127
John J. Carle -- page 26
John L. Whiting & Sons -- page 135
John Mundell & Co. -- page 48
John Paret & Co. -- page 31
John W. Quinn -- page 14
Johnson, Clark & Co. -- pages  66,   107
Johnson & Kaiser -- page 61
Johnson's New Illustrated (Steel Plate) Family Atlas -- page 84
Johnston, J.H. -- page 50
Johnston's Fluid Beef (Bovril) -- page 107
Johnstown NY-- page 151
Jones, M.C. -- page 25
Joseph Breck & Sons -- page 130
Joseph L. Joyce & Co. -- page  115
Joseph W. Smith & Co. -- pages  79,  84
Judd, Wm. H. -- page 112
Judson, E.F. & Co. -- pages  31,  54,  68,  85
Jumbo -- pages  40,  78,  79

You may also wish to look at my Photographers Street View blog, where a post features a Victorian home with a sad story, while another discusses the geology of the Mohawk Valley region of New York and yet a third explores the architecture of Philadelphia PA. Flood control and sea level rise are discussed while your guide gets lost (as usual) in the neighborhoods of Arles, France. (What fun is it anyway if your guide knows where they're going?!)

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