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Illustration, Jell-O: America's Most Famous Dessert, 1925, Jell-O Company, Inc.

Follow the rise of professional advertising with these advertising items and publications from 1850 to 1920. [...] »

Photo, Chinese. . . , 1917, Chicago Daily News, Chicago Historical Society

Imagine your life in 19th and 20th-century Chicago with this extensive collection of images. [...] »

Plate, Erie Canal Celebration Commemorative Plate, 1825, Canal Society of NY.

"We've hauled some barges in our day/Filled with lumber, coal, and hay. . . " - Low Bridge lyrics [...] »

Film, Color experiment: Pouring Coca-Cola can, 1964, McCann-Erickson, LoC.

Archives 50 Coca-Cola commercials, broadcast outtakes, and experimental footage. [...] »

Poster, Leening der Nationale Hebstelling, 1919, Firstworldwar.com

Provides an overview of World War I through essays, diaries, posters, audio files, and other primary and secondary sources. [...] »

Advertisement, 1968, Post Office Department, National Postal Museum

Have you ever wondered what your zip code means or when the codes came into use? [...] »

Detail, homepage

Explore Florida state, regional, and local history. [...] »

Image, Map of Life of BARNABY, The Geography of Slavery.

Provides transcriptions and images of more than 4,000 newspaper advertisements for runaway slaves and indentured servants between 1736 and 1803. [...] »

Map, Slave Trade Map of Equatorial Africa, ca. 1887, Church Missionary Society.

What was said, written, and drawn about slavery? Gain a more complete image of the institution, its evil effects, and how it felt to be a slave. [...] »

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Bring yourself up to speed on the Gold Rush, including the minorities involved. [...] »

 
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