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Industry Ads of the 1860s

The gardener’s patent locomotive seat ... E. Whittlesey. Patentee and manufacturer ... Philadelphia Quinn, Pr. 3d & Market St. [1863?]. (1863)
The gardener’s patent locomotive seat ... E. Whittlesey. Patentee and manufacturer ... Philadelphia Quinn, Pr. 3d & Market St. [1863?]. (1863)
War times! and war prices! at Quincy Hall, over Quincy market ... Our immense stock of clothing we offer this morning at retail, without profit! Benne (1861)
War times! and war prices! at Quincy Hall, over Quincy market ... Our immense stock of clothing we offer this morning at retail, without profit! Benne (1861)
Being compelled to vacate our store, early in August ... we have marked down our entire stock from 20 to 50 per cent ... The new building will be occu (1868)
Being compelled to vacate our store, early in August ... we have marked down our entire stock from 20 to 50 per cent ... The new building will be occu (1868)
[Printed sheet of advertisements including one for] Garber & Co.’s passenger and baggage express! Richmond, Va. (1867)
[Printed sheet of advertisements including one for] Garber & Co.’s passenger and baggage express! Richmond, Va. (1867)
... Table showing the cost of wool after scouring. Boston. c. 1867. (1867)
... Table showing the cost of wool after scouring. Boston. c. 1867. (1867)
William B. Wadman, dealer in furnaces, ranges and stoves, would respectfully inform the citizens of the South End that he has taken the store formerly (1861)
William B. Wadman, dealer in furnaces, ranges and stoves, would respectfully inform the citizens of the South End that he has taken the store formerly (1861)
Mansfield’s No. 14 Tremont Row Boston. Friend! Do you want a good pair of boots? ... Boston. Hooper & Co. Printers. 138 Blackstone St. [Boston, 1869]. (1869)
Mansfield’s No. 14 Tremont Row Boston. Friend! Do you want a good pair of boots? ... Boston. Hooper & Co. Printers. 138 Blackstone St. [Boston, 1869]. (1869)
Mansfields’ No. 14 Tremont Row, Boston. Take notice .... attractive store of John Mansfield & son ... Boston Conant & Newhall, Printers, 247 Washingto (1869)
Mansfields’ No. 14 Tremont Row, Boston. Take notice .... attractive store of John Mansfield & son ... Boston Conant & Newhall, Printers, 247 Washingto (1869)
For sale. The premises formerly owned and occupied by Mr. Seth Sweetser, consisting of a small house and about one-quarter of an acre of land ... For (1867)
For sale. The premises formerly owned and occupied by Mr. Seth Sweetser, consisting of a small house and about one-quarter of an acre of land ... For (1867)
Something new! Now is the time to make a good investment! Now open Riddle’s great original one dollar store ... Washington, D.C. H. Polkinhorn steam j (1861)
Something new! Now is the time to make a good investment! Now open Riddle’s great original one dollar store ... Washington, D.C. H. Polkinhorn steam j (1861)
New list of prices of hoop skirts, thread, corsets, trimmings, hosiery, buttons, fancy goods and small wares, now being sold at the Cheap Store. 98 Du (1868)
New list of prices of hoop skirts, thread, corsets, trimmings, hosiery, buttons, fancy goods and small wares, now being sold at the Cheap Store. 98 Du (1868)