Occupationals-Cabinet Cards

13372.

Fr. Meyer, Manufacturer of Cigars.

44112.

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

44595.

“The Pen is Mightier than the Sword.” From a pen drawing by W.H. Carrier, Teacher of Book Keeping, Short Hand and Plain and Ornamental Penmanship in the Commercial Dept., Adrian College, Adrian, Mich.

44596.

Shucking and eating oysters.

44597.

Truly, George Elston. Poster hanger, horse racing. George Elston was a “Licensed City Bill Poster in Anaconda, Dear Lodge County, Montana.” Copy of an ad behind image.

44598.

John, the Orange Man, at Yale.

44655.

Presented with The Novelty Hat.

44656.

Presented with The Novelty Hat.

44661.

Northern Artificial Limb Co., Des Moines, Iowa.

44662.

Young person wearing a Washburn’s Gold Medal flour sack. Hat reads “Ernst & Thomp[son] Cash.”

44663.

Woman wearing a barrel with C.M. Webb on it. Also a smaller barrel is worn behind her head.

44665.

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

44666.

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. 

44667.

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

44668.

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

44669.

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

44670.

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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