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New England Emigrant Aid Company trade sign

New England Emigrant Aid Company trade sign
Date: between 1855 and 1858
Trade sign made of sheet metal, painted black with gold lettering. The sign was most likely used at the Boston headquarters of the New England Emigrant Aid Company.


Popsicle Pete sign

Popsicle Pete sign
Creator: G. W. French
Date: 1937
Cardboard countertop advertising sign for Popsicles featuring the mascot "Popsicle Pete." From Scott Brothers Ice Cream Company of Topeka, Kansas. Scott Brothers was founded in 1879 by Harry C. Scott and claimed to be the oldest ice cream manufacturer in Kansas.


Scott Brothers Ice Cream sign

Scott Brothers Ice Cream sign
Creator: Wilson-Hurd Company
Date: 1929
Aluminum flavors sign from Scott Brothers Ice Cream Company of Topeka, Kansas. Made by the Wilson-Hurd Company of Wisconsin, the sign has slots for the cardboard inserts printed with names of flavors. Scott Brothers was founded in 1879 by Harry C. Scott and claimed to be the oldest ice cream manufacturer in Kansas.


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