Cigar Store Indians, Carved Figures

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Fr. Meyer, Manufacturer of Cigars.

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One of a collection of twenty-six stereographs (I have 3) from a series published by Fred S. Crowell titled “The Whiskey Crusade in Ohio.” The images document the activities of women who participated in the Temperance Crusade of 1873 – 1874 in Mount Vernon, Ohio.

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On the Bark Western Belle, Bath, Maine. Carved by Colonel Cal Sampson. In the Peabody Museum, Salem, Mass.

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Carved cigar store figure at left, Newport, RI.

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Your Faithfully, R.L. Embley. Cigar store Indian on pedestal.

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Charles C. Maltzberger, 639 Penn St., Reading, PA. Tobacconist.

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Oscar F. Rawson, Cigar Manufactory, Worcester, Mass.

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Julius Stoll, Manufacturer and Dealer in Imported and Domestic Cigars, Smoking and Chewing Tobacco, Smokers’ Articles, &c. 123 1/2 East main Street, Rochester, N.Y.

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Man and woman out front of storefront with cigar store Indian.

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Mohn Bros. Electric Laundry, Pittsburgh. Native-American figure out front. This “Captain Jack cigar store Indian” was made by Wm. Demuth & Co., NY, circa 1875. It is made of hollow cast zinc, not wood. See this video. 

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Cigar Factory No. 44 18th Dist. of Ohio. Cigar store Indian with workers.

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Cigar store owner posed out front of store with cigar store Indian.

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John Laug, Manufacturer of Cigars & Tobacco. Employees posed with cigar store Indian.

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Thomas Kaceroysky, Manufacturer of Cigars. Owner and wife in front of store. His hand rests on the shoulder of a cigar store Indian.

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