Arnold Trade Cards: Index

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Welcome!  & Introduction -- page 1
๐“ฆelcome to the "W" 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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W.A. Dwight -- page 129
W.A. Hoyt & Co. -- page 65
W.B. Dennis -- page 52
W.C. Winne & Co. -- page 89
W.E. Snyder, Dr. -- page 11
W.F. Brainard & Co. -- pages  3,   45,  59
Fancy blue ladies' shoe with red and yellow embroidery at top, colorful ad copy below
page 62
W.H. Comstock -- page 93
W.H. Glenny & Co -- page 116
W.H. Read -- page 28
W.L. Hart -- page 62
W.T. Coleman & Co. -- page 52
W.W. Thorpe -- pages  21,  76,  95,  176,  194
Wagner, Richard -- page 185
Wakefield, Agnes -- page 159
Waller & McSorley -- page 166
Waller, Thomas MacDonald, Gov. -- page 152
Walpole Emery Mills -- page 32
Ward AR -- Appendix 1
Ward, John E. -- page 14
Warner Brothers Chemical Company -- page 17
Warner, Lucien Calvin -- page 17
Warrens Corners NY -- page 164
"Wash Day" -- page 16
Warsaw NY -- page 82
Washington DC -- page 12
Washington NJ -- page 3
Waterbury CT -- pages  7,  9,  15,  25,  43,  61,  62,  77,  87,  114,  125,  138,  139,  140,  188,  189
Waters, G.H. -- page 62
Watertown CT -- pages  67,   83Eureka! 

Watertown NY -- pages  53,  66
Watkins, George B. -- page 116
Watkins Glen NY -- page 5
Watkins Glen State Park -- page 5
Watson's Cloverleaf Tobacco -- page 131
Weed Sewing Machine Co. -- pages  45, 90
Welch & Gray -- page 89
Weldon, Frank -- page 96
Wellman & Dwire -- pages 14,  15,  22
Wells, E.S. -- page 175
Wells, Richardson & Co. -- page 59
Wemple & Kronheim -- page 12
Wertheimer Brothers -- At Random (Appendix I)
Wesp, Lautz Bros. & Co. -- page 8
West Point NY -- page 5
Westerly RI -- page 55
Westfield MA -- pages  29,  178,  180
Westwood NJ -- page 32
Wettstein, Otto -- page 50
What are the Wild Waves Saying -- page 122
Wheat Bitters Company -- page 9
Wheeler & Wilson Manufacturing Co. -- page 67
White & Porter -- page 155
busts of Mozart and Wagner overlook parlor scene with Thomas, Rubenstein, Materna, and Nilsson listening to Liszt play
Who's in your parlor? See page 185
White Leghorns -- page 92
White Prussian Soap -- page 2
White Sewing Machine Co. -- pages  21,  36,  47,   62,  75,  110,  159,  178
White Star Line -- page 89
White Swan Soap -- page 56
Whitehouse, J.O. -- page 49

Whiting, John L.  & Sons -- page 135
Wightman, C. H. -- page 88
Wilcox & White  -- pages 15,  169
William H. Harris -- pages 14,  20,  94
Williams & Carleton -- page 187
Williams, D. W. & Co. -- page 18
Williams, J. B. Co. -- page 18
Williams Bros. Mfg. Co. -- page 18
Williams Granulated Soap -- page 18
Williams Root Beer -- page 187
Wilimantic CT (Town of Windham CT) -- pages 79,  157,  192
Willimantic Linen Company (later, American Thread Co.) -- page 157
Willimantic Thread  Co. -- pages  79,  192                   
Winch Brothers Company -- pages  3,  28,  42
Windom, William -- page 90
Windsor Manufacturing Co. -- page 119
Windsor VT -- page 119
Winsted CT -- pages  138,  139
Fancy print ad copy, no illustration
page 187
Winsted Silk Company -- pages  138,  139
Winterset IA -- page 14
Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry -- page 42
Wm. A. Dwight -- pages  112, 129
Wm. H. Abel & Co. -- page 54
Wm. H. Bulkeley -- page 102
Wm. H. Hinds -- page 189
Wm. H. Judd -- page 112
Wm. Reynolds -- pages  12,  103
Wolslayer, J. Oscar -- page 42
Wood, G. H. & Co. -- page 42
Woodbury NJ -- page 173
Woodward, E.P., M.D. -- page 102
Woolrich & Co. -- page 104
Woonsocket RI -- pages  26,  63
Wooster OH -- page 136
Worcester, MA -- pages  13, 132
World of Horses -- page 182
World's Dispensary Medical Association -- Appendix 1
"(The) World's Greatest Sleigh Party" -- page 7
Wright, Elizur -- page 91

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