Photo shows John C. Howard's stable on G Street between 6th and 7th (where John H. Surratt kept horses before leaving town on April 1, 1865). His mother was later hanged for conspiracy in the assassination of President Lincoln. Learn More
Advertising poster for the Sheboygan Boot & Shoe Co., showing a scene at a Native American camp, with a woman outside a tipi, holding up a baby for a man on horseback. Below are a bird'e-eye view of the city, and a view of the factory "from a true photograph." Poster dates to 1891. Learn More
Photo Caption: train at Harney Range. Horseshoe Curve on the Burlington and Missouri River Railroad. near Custer City, S.D. Full view of steam train and passenger cars in a valley with mountains in background. Photo dates to 1891. Learn More
Photochrome print of a Mexican hacienda (ranch) outside of Mexico City, Mexico. Nice view of ranchers on horses with small ranch hut in the background. This old photo dates to between 1884 and 1900. Learn More
In the days of the big tented circuses, the hippodrome races, usually reserved for the finale, were especially exciting. The furiously thundering hooves of the galloping horses would bring the entire audience to their feet. The original circus poster was created for Sells Brothers Circus by Strobridge artists in the 1890's. Learn More
Art nouveau poster advertisement for the Narcoti Chemical Co., Springfield, Mass., announcing cure for the tobacco habit, showing a demon or devil-like tobacco plant being skewered by a knight on horseback. Title: Narcoti-cure Cures the tobacco habit in from 4 to 10 days ; Price $5.00 / / Bradley. This old advertising poster dates to 1895. Learn More
Photo caption reads: Villa of Brule the great hostile Indian camp on River Brule near Pine Ridge, S.D. Shows A Lakota tipi camp in background; horses at a White Clay Creek watering hole in foreground. Photo dates to 1891. Learn More
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