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5 piece puzzle within folder

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Museum / Archive
Port Burwell Marine Museum
Artifact Type
Novelty
Museum / Archive
Port Burwell Marine Museum
Artifact Type
Novelty
Number of Artifacts
6
Description
A 5 piece puzzle in a small envelope. The envelope is green and white (aged to brown) called entertainment olympiene puzzle. Black stamp on the front: Chalk's health and beauty aids variety ptb. ont. Damage in bottom right corner.
Sub-category
Advertising Medium
Accession Number
016.01.35
Length
12.2
Width
8.2
Units
cm

Ad for Train

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Museum / Archive
Elgin County Railway Museum
Artifact Type
Railway, poster
Material
Heavy Paper
Storage Location
MC-11-right side
Museum / Archive
Elgin County Railway Museum
Artifact Type
Railway, poster
Description Level
Item
Description
A poster for railway passenger service. Cover shows a unformed NYC conductor in black suit helping a lady passenger off a train passenger car to a step stool. The lady has a greenish dress hat and earring. The car is labeled NYC 10810. There is a black serated edge border on the lower portion of the ad- saying off white print. "The Central way is the- (in greenish letters) courteous way!"
Material
Heavy Paper
Condition Information
Poor. Print and Picture clear but some stains two corner holes punched on the top. Written in appear left area is black print Norma- and on right side Dundle
Category
Communication Aritfact
Sub-category
Advertising Medium
Accession Number
2019.089.001
Artifact Number
2019.089
Storage Location
MC-11-right side
Length
35.3
Width
27.8
Units
cm
Municipal Origin
St. Thomas
Item History
Used to advertise NYC passenger service

Ad, Magazine

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Museum / Archive
Gay Lea Dairy Museum
Date Range From
1947
Material
paper (fiber product)
Artist Name
Saturday Evening Post
Museum / Archive
Gay Lea Dairy Museum
Collection
Objects
Artist Name
Saturday Evening Post
Number of Parts
1
Material
paper (fiber product)
Condition
Good
Category
Advertising Media
Accession Number
2008.2.1872
Date Range From
1947
Period / Date Notes
1947
Length
35.5
Width
28
Height
0.1
Units
cm
Dimension Notes
Overall: 35.5 x 28 x 0.1 cm (14 x 11 x 1/16 in.)
Image Dimension
336 X 419 pixels (Width X Height)
Place of Manufacture
United States of America: Indiana, Indianapolis
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Ad, Magazine

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Museum / Archive
Gay Lea Dairy Museum
Material
paper (fiber product) wood glass
Museum / Archive
Gay Lea Dairy Museum
Collection
Objects
Number of Parts
1
Material
paper (fiber product) wood glass
Condition
Excellent
Category
Advertising Media
Subject of Image
Carnation Milk Company
Accession Number
2008.1.1014
Length
37.5
Width
30
Height
1.3
Units
cm
Dimension Notes
Overall: 37.5 x 30 x 1.3 cm (14 3/4 x 11 13/16 x 1/2 in.)
Image Dimension
336 X 427 pixels (Width X Height)
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Ad, Newspaper

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Museum / Archive
Backus-Page House Museum
Artifact Type
Ad, Newspaper
Material
Paper
Storage Location
Storage
Museum / Archive
Backus-Page House Museum
Artifact Type
Ad, Newspaper
Description
1 sheet with 5 sample advertisements to be used in newspapers
Material
Paper
Condition Information
good
Category
Communication Objects
Sub-category
Advertising Media
Accession Number
2016.24.21.09 g
Storage Location
Storage
Width
51.5
Height
21.5
Units
cm

Advertisement

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Museum / Archive
Aylmer-Malahide Museum and Archives
Material
Paper
Museum / Archive
Aylmer-Malahide Museum and Archives
Collection
Aylmer Museum Photo Collection
Description
Wilson Carpet Balls - photocopy from Wilson's Sport Magazine
Material
Paper
Category
Communication Artifacts
Sub-category
Advertising Medium
Accession Number
2003-002-0001M
Length
78.00
Width
22.00
Units
cm

Advertisement

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Museum / Archive
Aylmer-Malahide Museum and Archives
Date Range From
1899
Material
Cardboard, wood, glass
Museum / Archive
Aylmer-Malahide Museum and Archives
Collection
Framed Art Collection
Number of Artifacts
1
Description
Framed advertisement for the Cowan Cocoa and Chocolate Company and Cowan's Perfection Cocoa. The advertisement is printed on thin cardboard and lined at the top and bottom by gold-coloured metal. The advertisement features a young girl, seated, facing the left in a three-quarter view. She wears a red hat with a wide brim, a white dress with a red sash or belt, and a white coat. She holds a tin of Cowan's Perfection Cocoa in her left hand, which faces the viewer and bears the words "NUTRITIOUS" and "ABSOLUTELY PURE." In the background at the left is an orange sunset above an open field, and at the right side is a tree surrounded by various foliage. At the top of the image is the text "COWAN'S MILK CHOCOLATE" in green text, decorated with a green flourish. The image is surrounded with a border consisting of a green ribbon, tied in a six-looped bow at each corner, and decorated with yellow and purple pansies. Surrounding this is a wider, red border. The advertisement has a brown border with a light green inner border. Displayed in a dark red-brown wooden frame and overlaid with glass. The outer border of the frame is incised with vertical lines of varying thicknesses, and the inner border of the frame is decorated with a repeating geometric design. The frame has a brown paper backing. A wire runs across the back of the frame, connected to a metal loop at either side. The Cowan Cocoa and Chocolate Company was located at 72 Sterling Rd. in Toronto. It was founded by John M. Cowan in 1899, and sold to the English Rowntree Chocolate Company in 1926.
Material
Cardboard, wood, glass
Condition Information
Advertisement torn, has visible horizontal lines or tears where it has been folded. Scratches on frame at right side.
Category
Communication Artifacts
Sub-category
Advertising Medium
Subject of Image
Food Child/Youth
Child/Youth
Child/Youth Advertising
Accession Number
2020-001-0113
Date Range From
1899
Length
89.2
Width
74.2
Height
2.9
Units
cm
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Museum / Archive
Aylmer-Malahide Museum and Archives
Date Range From
1892
Material
Paper, wood, glass
Manufacturer
American Lithographic Co. Ltd.
Museum / Archive
Aylmer-Malahide Museum and Archives
Collection
Framed Art Collection
Number of Artifacts
1
Description
Framed lithographic print of an advertisement of Ferry's Seeds. The print has a tan background, and at the top of the image is a white circle. Within the white circle is a woman, depcited from the shoulders upward, facing to the right in a three-quarter view. She wears a green hat or bonnet decorated with pink flowers. She holds a bouquet of pink, purple, and green flowers up to her face. The woman fades into the background below the shoulders, but the bouquet trails down to the bottom of the image. In the bottom left corner is the text "BUY FERRY'S SEEDS." The image has a beige or off-white matting. Displayed in a wooden frame and overlaid with glass. The wood of the frame is stained a mid-toned yellow-brown, with incised lines coloured a darker brown. The back of the frame is covered in a thin, brown paper. A wire stretches across the back of the frame horizontally, attached to a metal loop at either side. At the bottom of the frame on its back are two sitckers, one which reads "The contents of this frame have been matted with archival quality Alphamat." and the other reads "Belmont Custom Picture Framing & Art Gallery, 664-0399, 189 Main St., Belmont, Ont., N0L 1B0, Gerald Smith, Debbie Hope."
Material
Paper, wood, glass
Condition Information
Small smudges of unknown substance on print itself. Horizontal lines where print has been folded.
Category
Communication Artifacts
Sub-category
Advertising Medium
Subject of Image
Women
Women Flowers
Flowers
Accession Number
1983-021-0013
Date Range From
1892
Length
82
Width
57
Height
2.8
Units
cm
Manufacturer
American Lithographic Co. Ltd.
Manufacturer City
New York
Manufacturer Province
New York
Manufacturer Country
U.S.A.
Manufacturer Notes
The American Lithographic (ALCO) 1892-1929: In 1892, the publishers The Commercial Chronicle and The Hunt's Merchants' Magazine consolidated under the name "The American Lithographic Co," and was purchased by the Knapp Company in New York.
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Museum / Archive
Aylmer-Malahide Museum and Archives
Date Range From
1923
Material
Paper, wood, glass
Museum / Archive
Aylmer-Malahide Museum and Archives
Collection
Framed Art Collection
Number of Artifacts
1
Description
Framed lithographic print of an advertisement for Ferry's Seeds. The advertisement features a woman in a dark environment with short blonde hair, a long necklace and earrings, and a blue blouse. There is a large jack-o'-lantern on a table or platform in front of her, facing the viewer. The top of the pumpkin sits to the left on the table. The woman holds a light inside the pumpkin, attached to a green cord which trails out of the image to the right. The word's "FERRY'S SEEDS" is at the top of the image in a light orange or yellow font, and the top of the woman's head overlaps with the text. The artist's signature is at the bottom left of the print, legible as "ANDERSON." The image has a mottled black matting, with a gold-coloured inner border. Displayed in a wooden frame and overlaid with glass. The wood of the frame is stained a dark brown. The back of the frame is covered in a thin, brown paper. A wire runs across the back of the frame, attached to a loop at either side.
Material
Paper, wood, glass
Condition Information
One horizontal line, two vertical lines visible where print has been folded. Brown paper backing punctured at top.
Category
Communication Artifacts
Sub-category
Advertising Medium
Subject of Image
Advertisement
Holiday
Holiday Women
Accession Number
2003-015-0201
Date Range From
1923
Length
98
Width
78.9
Height
3
Units
cm
Item History
"Framing compliments of Diana Brethour."
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Museum / Archive
Aylmer-Malahide Museum and Archives
Date Range From
1923
Material
Paper, wood, glass
Artist Name
W. Blanke
Museum / Archive
Aylmer-Malahide Museum and Archives
Collection
Framed Art Collection
Artist Name
W. Blanke
Number of Artifacts
1
Description
Framed lithographic print of an advertisement for Ferry's Seeds. The image features a glass vase filled with poppies. The original painting seems to have been in oil with textured impasto. At the top of the image is the text "FERRY'S SEEDS" in black letters. At the bottom right corner of the image is the signature of the artist, "W. BLANKE." The image has a blue border. Below the border is the text "© 1923 D.M. FERRY & CO. MADE IN U.S.A." The image has a white matting. Displayed in a dark-stained wooden frame and overlaid with glass. The back of the frame is covered in a thin, brown paper. A wire stretches across the back of the frame horizontally, attached to a metal loop at either side. A sticker on the back of the frame at the top reads "SNIDEN'S LIMITED CUSTOM PICTURE FRAMING ART SUPPLIES 842-4932 193 Broadway St., Tillsonburg, Ont."
Material
Paper, wood, glass
Medium
Oil paint
Condition Information
Lines where print was folded, once horizontally and twice vertically. Paper backing punctured at top around sticker.
Category
Communication Artifacts
Sub-category
Advertising Medium
Subject of Image
Advertisement
Flowers
Accession Number
1981-017-0007
Date Range From
1923
Length
83
Width
63.9
Height
3.4
Units
cm
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Museum / Archive
Aylmer-Malahide Museum and Archives
Date Range From
1909
Material
Paper, wood, glass
Museum / Archive
Aylmer-Malahide Museum and Archives
Collection
Framed Art Collection
Number of Artifacts
1
Description
Framed lithographic print of an advertisement for the Pompeian Manufacturing Company. The print features a woman, depcited in full. She wears a hat with a wide brim and an elaborately embroidered dress. The hat is light blue or purple in colour, and decorated with large blue and purple feathers and a jewelled, golden-coloured metal embellishment. The dress is also a light blue or purple, with a Queen Anne-type neckline and an ornate brooch on her chest, golden in colour and decorated with inlaid and dangling gems, from which strings of pearls trail downward to drape around her hips. The embroidery on the dress is golden in colour, and forms a swirling organic pattern, interspersed with red gems. The woman holds a handkerchief or scarf up to her right cheek with a white-gloved hand. There are white lilies at the bottom left corner of the image. A small panel at the bottom of the image reads "'POMPEIAN BEAUTY' BY FORBES." Below the panel is the text "COPYRIGHT, 1909, BY THE POMPEIAN MFG. CO." Details, the background, and the small panel at the bottom of the image are either overlaid with gold leaf or printed with a gold-laced pigment. The image has a grey marbled matting with a purple inner border. Displayed in a gold-coloured wood and plaster frame and overlaid with glass. The outer edge of the frame has a simple, repeating rope-like pattern, and the inner edge has a simple, repeating pattern of dots or spheres. The back of the frame is covered in a thin, brown paper. A wire runs horizontally across the back of the frame, attached to a metal loop at each side. There is a business card adhered to the bottom at the back of the frame, which reads "Custom Framing and Design MINERVA ART & CUSTOM FRAMING, The Old School House, RR #7, Aylmer, Ont. N5H 2R6. KEVIN MORRELL, Owner. 1-519-765-1616." The Pompeian Manufacturing Company was largely known for their Pompeian Massage Cream and Skin Food, trademarked in 1901 and developed by British pharmacist Fred W. Stecher. The company went on to manufacture beauty powder, cold cream, rouge, lipstick, and various cosmetic products. The Pompeian Manufacturing Company was liquidated in 1950.
Material
Paper, wood, glass
Condition Information
Gold pigment displaced in spots. Some tearing on paper backing.
Category
Communication Artifacts
Sub-category
Advertising Medium
Subject of Image
Women
Accession Number
2020-001-0117
Date Range From
1909
Length
104.7
Width
36.6
Height
3.3
Units
cm
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Museum / Archive
Aylmer-Malahide Museum and Archives
Date Range From
1890
Material
Paper, wood, glass
Manufacturer
The London Printing and Lithography Company
Museum / Archive
Aylmer-Malahide Museum and Archives
Collection
Framed Art Collection
Number of Artifacts
1
Description
Framed lithographic print of an advertisement for Tudhope Sleighs. The image features two women in a red and black sleigh, who wear heavy coats and decorative hats, and are draped with a large, brown fur blanket. The sleigh is pulled by/surrounded by small caricatures of men of various ethnicities and in various dress. A large group of the caricatures are positioned in front of the sleigh, holding ropes extending from the sleigh. They are depicted mid-motion. One caricature sits at the front of the sleigh and holds the reigns, as if driving the others. Four more caricatures sit are in the sleigh with the women. One caricature is depicted mid-air behind the sleigh, as if he has fallen off. Two more push the sleigh from behind. One caricature runs behind the sleigh, depicted holding a green umbrella and wearing a pair of red-striped pants, and a tophat decorated with stars. There is a large body of water in the background, occupied by white sailboats. A dam and bridge runs from the right side of the image and into the distance at the left side of the image. The text "Tudhope Sleighs" sits at the bottom of the image, and the text "London Ptg. & Litho. Co." is at the bottom left corner. The image has a green border and is displayed with a white matting. Displayed in a dark brown wooden frame and overlaid with glass. The back of the frame is covered with a thin, brown paper. A wire runs horizontally across the back of the frame, attached to a metal loop at either side. At the top of the back of the frame is a sticker which reads "SINDEN'S LIMITED CUSTOM PICTURE FRAMING ART SUPPLIES 842-4932 193 Broadway St. Tillsonburg, Ont." The Tudhope Carriage Co. Ltd. was established in 1874 in Orillia, Ontario. By 1902 it occupied three blocks in Orillia's downtown core. As automobiles gained popularity, the company began to manufacture car exteriors. Most automobile companies made their own exteriors as time went on, so in 1924 Cockshutt Plow Co. bought Tudhope Carriage Co.
Material
Paper, wood, glass
Condition Information
Wrinkles, tears on print. Punctures in paper backing.
Category
Communication Artifacts
Sub-category
Advertising Medium
Subject of Image
Women
Advertisement
Businesses
Accession Number
2020-001-0119
Date Range From
1890
Length
70.3
Width
55
Height
3.5
Units
cm
Manufacturer
The London Printing and Lithography Company
Manufacturer City
London
Manufacturer Province
Ontario
Manufacturer Country
Canada
Manufacturer Notes
The London Printing and Lithography Company was established in 1890 as a subsidiary of the Free Press Printing Company. After its separation from the Free Press, the Company flourished until its stock dropped in the 1930s and became heavily involved in advertising. The company was liquidated in 1974.
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Museum / Archive
Aylmer-Malahide Museum and Archives
Date Range From
1890
Material
Paper, wood, glass
Manufacturer
The London Printing and Lithography Company
Museum / Archive
Aylmer-Malahide Museum and Archives
Collection
Framed Art Collection
Number of Artifacts
1
Description
Framed lithographic print of an advertisement for Tudhope Carriages. It depicts four people (two men and two women) in a two-horse carriage. A man with a white, curled moustache, a black top hat, and a brown jacket sits in the front seat, holding the reigns and a long whip. A woman in a pink and white dress sits at his left, in a decorative pink hat with a wide brim. In the backseat is a man with a brown, curled moustache, and a grey hat and jacket, and a woman with a blue hat and dress with a pink parasol. The carriage is a dark blue in colour, and has a yellow interior. Its top is folded down at the back of the carriage. The horses are depicted in motion, mid-stride. They are bay horses with white socks, and they wear black harnesses and blinders. There is a lake or river in the background, which wide waterfalls flow into. A single steamboat sits at the left side of the image. The text "Tudhope Carriages" is at the bottom left corner of the image, and the text " London Ptg. & Litho. Co." is at the bottom right corner. It has a white border, surrounded by a grey border. White matting. Displayed in a dark brown wooden frame and overlaid with glass. The back of the frame is covered with a thin, brown paper. A wire runs horizontally across the back of the frame, attached to a metal loop at either side. At the top of the back of the frame is a sticker which reads "SINDEN'S LIMITED CUSTOM PICTURE FRAMING ART SUPPLIES 842-4932 193 Broadway St. Tillsonburg, Ont." The Tudhope Carriage Co. Ltd. was established in 1874 in Orillia, Ontario. By 1902 it occupied three blocks in Orillia's downtown core. As automobiles gained popularity, the company began to manufacture car exteriors. Most automobile companies made their own exteriors as time went on, so in 1924 Cockshutt Plow Co. bought Tudhope Carriage Co.
Material
Paper, wood, glass
Condition Information
Wrinkles, tears on print. Punctures in paper backing.
Category
Communication Artifacts
Sub-category
Advertising Medium
Subject of Image
Advertisement
Animals
Carriages
Carriages horses
Accession Number
2020-001-0120
Date Range From
1890
Length
72.5
Width
53
Height
3.5
Units
cm
Manufacturer
The London Printing and Lithography Company
Manufacturer City
London
Manufacturer Province
Ontario
Manufacturer Country
Canada
Manufacturer Notes
The London Printing and Lithography Company was established in 1890 as a subsidiary of the Free Press Printing Company. After its separation from the Free Press, the Company flourished until its stock dropped in the 1930s and became heavily involved in advertising. The company was liquidated in 1974.
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Museum / Archive
Elgin County Museum
Museum / Archive
Elgin County Museum
Description
Coloured advertisement, has image of four men smoking cigars. 'Smoke No Match Cigars, Manufactured by B.F. Honsinger, St. Thomas' is printed underneath the image.
Sub-category
Advertising Medium
Accession Number
013.041.001
Storage Range
donor's file
Width
8
Height
6
Units
in

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Museum / Archive
Elgin County Railway Museum
Artifact Type
Poster
Material
Paper
Storage Location
Deaccessioned
Museum / Archive
Elgin County Railway Museum
Artifact Type
Poster
Description Level
Item
Number of Artifacts
1
Description
Photocopied ad for 50 labourers to work on the Canada Southern Railway making bolts. Yellowing paper. Blotchy black text. Dated Oct. 18th, 1882 at the Harwich Station. "Enquire of the subscriber - Neil Watson, Mull Post Office."
Material
Paper
Sub-category
Advertising Medium
Accession Number
2006.000.045
File Number
2006.000
Storage Location
Deaccessioned
Date Range
October 18th, 1882
Length
32
Height
25
Units
cm
Item History
On loan from Cliff Chaplow
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Museum / Archive
Gay Lea Dairy Museum
Material
cardboard
Artist Name
Canada Packers Ltd.
Museum / Archive
Gay Lea Dairy Museum
Collection
Objects
Artist Name
Canada Packers Ltd.
Number of Parts
1
Material
cardboard
Condition
Excellent
Condition Information
Encapsulated.
Category
Advertising Media
Accession Number
2008.2.816
Place of Manufacture
Canada: Ontario

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Museum / Archive
Gay Lea Dairy Museum
Material
paper (fiber product)
Manufacturer
Silverwood's Dairies
Museum / Archive
Gay Lea Dairy Museum
Collection
Objects
Number of Parts
1
Material
paper (fiber product)
Category
Advertising Media
Accession Number
2008.2.823
Length
50.8
Width
20
Units
cm
Dimension Notes
Overall: 50.8 x 20 cm (20 x 7 7/8 in.)
Image Dimension
201 X 448 pixels (Width X Height)
Manufacturer
Silverwood's Dairies
Place of Manufacture
Canada
Images

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Museum / Archive
Gay Lea Dairy Museum
Material
paper (fiber product)
Museum / Archive
Gay Lea Dairy Museum
Collection
Gay Lea Objects
Number of Parts
1
Material
paper (fiber product)
Category
Advertising Media
Accession Number
2019.23.4 a-g

Advertisement Booklet

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Museum / Archive
Elgin County Railway Museum
Artifact Type
Booklet
Storage Location
6-E-4 Currah Box #3
Museum / Archive
Elgin County Railway Museum
Artifact Type
Booklet
Description
14 pages, white and pink coloured cover, titled "An Investment in Quality, Electro-Motive;s Remanufactured Traction Motor," soft cover, image of a motor on cover
Condition Information
good
Sub-category
Advertising Medium
Accession Number
2010.37.108a
Storage Location
6-E-4 Currah Box #3
Length
28.5
Width
22
Units
cm
Item History
belonged to T.H. Currah who worked for Wabash

Advertisement Booklet

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Museum / Archive
Elgin County Railway Museum
Artifact Type
Booklet
Storage Location
6-E-4 Currah Box #3
Museum / Archive
Elgin County Railway Museum
Artifact Type
Booklet
Description
blue and white booklet, titled "6-Wheel Flexicoil Truck Assembly, New for SD Locomotives," image of front of flexicoil truck, 2 pages
Condition Information
good
Sub-category
Advertising Medium
Accession Number
2010.37.108e
Storage Location
6-E-4 Currah Box #3
Length
28.5
Width
22
Units
cm
Item History
belonged to T.H. Currah who worked for Wabash

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