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12351. Distilled by the famous old Mistletoe Process

12352. 20 Times Sterilized just say Northern Tissue

12353. The Good Old Standby

12354. A much Softer, whiter bathroom paper

12355. Agreed- a taste all its own Butter-Nut The Coffee Delicious

12356. Where in the world* is there flavor like Butter-Nut "The Coffee Delicious"

12357. "Senorita~ I drink to you!"

12358. Outwear tow ordinary pair Headlight Union Made Overalls

12359. *Where in the world is there flavor like Butter-Nut "The Coffee Delicious"

12360. *Where in the world is there flavor like Butter-Nut "The Coffee Delicious"

12361. The Beer of the Year

12362. Harvey Poster Advertising Company

12363. Pleasing and Modern Color Effects

12364. "-and Butter-Nut Coffee of course"

12365. [Harvey] Poster Advertising Company

12366. Keep Cool with Butter-Nut Iced Tea

12367. Paris Garters No Metal can touch you

12368. "Senora, a cup of Tropic sunshine for you"

12369. You will admire the home paint with Acme Quality

12370. Headlight Union Made Overalls

12371. Say "Peter Pan" to your grocerman!

12372. Agreed --its flavor is incomparable

12373. Ovaltine for sound, natural sleep without drugs

12374. Snappy!

12375. Snappy!

12376. Made from the smae material as softest rayon

12377. Outdoor Poster and [unreadable] Advertising

12378. Ideal for Sandwiches

12379. 32 slices in every loaf!

12380. *Where in the world is there flavor like Butter-Nut "The Coffee Delicious"

12381. Drum microscope, first half of 19th century

12382. Drum microscope, first half of 19th century

12387. Aline St. Julien slides: Portrait of A.P. Bedou, relative, New Orleans, circa 1890s-1994

12389. Nursing can or mammele, late 18th-mid 19th century

12392. Marjorie Pajeaud slides: Ms. Pajeaud's father's first communion, circa 1899-1960s

12395. Marjorie Pajeaud slides: Marjorie on a family outing to Chicago at age 11, circa 1899-1960s

12396. Marjorie Pajeaud slides: Place settings on a dinner table, color photo, circa 1899-1960s

12400. Gracia Dawson slides: Building naming and proclamation in honor of Gracia Dawson, circa 1896-1992