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    Filters: Juvenilia in format [X] Trade cards (advertising) in format [X] Scrapbooks in format [X] Printed ephemera in format [X] MSS 0093 in collection category [X] 1880-1889::1882 in date [X]

    Results:  3 Items

    Creator:Creator unknown
    Title:Nineteenth-century children's scrap album
    Date(s):1880-1885
    Call No:MSS 0093, Item 0027
    Abstract:The creator of this late nineteenth-century scrapbook is unknown, though the contents suggest that the compiler was a child who may have lived near Albany, New York. This scrap album[...] includes chromolithographed scraps, trade cards, religious cards, visiting cards, and larger color-printed images.
    Subjects:Scrapbooks--United States--History--19th century | African Americans--Caricatures and cartoons
    Creator:Creator unknown
    Title:Children's scrapbook belonging to "A.R."
    Date(s):1850-1899
    Call No:MSS 0093, Item 0026
    Abstract:This nineteenth-century children's scrapbook bears the initials "A.B." and the date 1891 in cross stitch on a small oval canvas label affixed to a red cloth cover. The scrapbook features[...] both German and English trade cards; collectible scraps of flowers, animals, children, and flowers; visiting cards; New Year cards; color printed cartoons of Grimm fairy tales and rhymes in German; and other color printed images.
    Subjects:Scrapbooks--19th century
    Creator:Harris, Ella, active 1875-1895
    Title:Ella Harris nineteenth-century American scrapbook
    Date(s):1875-1895
    Call No:MSS 0093, Item 0030
    Abstract:This nineteenth-century American children's scrapbook bears the inscription "To Ella, Much Love from Edith and Edna." The scrapbook features trade cards; Christmas, Easter, Valentine's Day, and New Year's greeting cards;[...] collectible scraps of flowers, animals, and children; one silk program for "Nunnemacher's Grand Opera" featuring a performance of Martha by the Milwaukee Philharmonic Society.
    Subjects:Scrapbooks--United States--History--19th century