Sunday, January 6, 2019

Arnold Trade Cards: Index

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Welcome!  & Introduction -- page 1
𝓦elcome to the "R" section 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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R. Ballerstein & Co. -- pages 24,  68
R. Dunlap & Co. -- page 186
R.C. Brown & Co. -- page 96
R.C. Browning -- page 84
R.P. Hall & Co. -- page 54
Racine WI -- page 86
racism -- pages  22,  54,  109,   122,  135,  175
Rainbow Falls -- page 5
Ray Hubble's Patent Ornamental Metal Corners -- page 85
older woman on left with bouquet & flourishing garden used reid's seeds, woman bending over ground disconsolately on right looking for sprouts used "brand x" it appears!
page 121
Raynolds, C.T. -- page 109
Read, W.H. -- page 28
recipes -- Recipes of the Victorian EraAppendix 1
also #Recipebookslideshows
recordings -- pages 187
Red Mill Falls (Rensselaer NY) -- page 5
Reid, William H. page 121
Reid's Seeds --  pages 83,  121
"Reliable Patterns" -- page 11
Remington Sewing Machine -- page 66
Renne, William -- page 140
Renne's Pain Killing Magic Oil -- page 140
Rensselear NY -- page 5
Rev. Charles Caldwell McCabe -- page 100
revenue stamps (US) -- page 107
Reviving Memories: Brooksburg IN -- Photographersstreetview.com
rewards of merit -- page 186
Reynolds, William -- pages  12,  103
Rheumatic Victor -- page 106
Richards, Mrs. C. A. -- pages  20,  3170,  94,  126
Richardson, Brodie J. -- page 7
Rickard, B. J. -- page 182
Ridge's Food -- page 104
Riggs & Arnold -- page 59
Riggs, H.H. -- page 59
Rising Sun (Rising Sun Stove Polish) -- pages 74,  75,  87
Robbins & Lawrence Armory -- page 119
Roberts & Arnold, Plumbers, page 166
Roberts, Mrs. Daisy -- Appendix 1
Roberts, Lee --  pages 154183
Robinson, H. C. & Co. -- page 37
Robinson, Solon -- page 84
Robson & Crane -- page 59
rat chased by cat being chased in turn by dog, small man with hatchet, man with raised bottle and woman with broom and iron followed in distance by policeman while baby in foreground is knocked out of high chair and dining table flips over
page 175
Rochelle IL -- page 50
Rochester NY -- pages  14,  16,  41,  56,  62,  68,  83,  121,  149
roller skating -- page 132
Roscher, L. -- page 64
Rose, E.M. -- page 8
Rose Massey -- page 25
Roselle, Amy -- page 17
Rosenberg, Nathan -- page 90
Rosenblatt, S. & Co. -- page 14
Ross, Betsy -- page 184
Rough on Rats -- pages  81,  175
Rough on Rats: Racism and Advertising in the late 19th Century -- page 175
Rowland, Nellie -- page 153
Royal Baking Powder Company -- page 72
Roze, Marie -- page 17
Rubinstein, Arthur -- page 185
Rumford Chemical Works -- pages 129,  150,  171,  194
Rutland Stove Lining -- page 178
Rutland VT -- page 178

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