This cross-eyed pug appears on a “stock” chromolithograph advertising trade card. This seems to have been a popular card; numbers of them survive in collections. Mine is not printed on the back, so the business that gave it away is unknown. 451 more words
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Push the button, Max! : On publishing new photographic evidence of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
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Butch Cassidy & the Sundance Kid!
For the past year I have been involved in a very secretive mission with my brother, Brian Mida Bleecker. 681 more words
The Museum holds an amazing collection of cabinet cards and carte-de-visites featuring an array of Broadway entertainers, opera singers, and popular personalities (as well as some of their pets), as photographed by major New York photography studios such as… 805 more words
Victorian Cabinet card sized memorial/mourning card baby Fannie G. Higgins, died July 25 1890, aged 11 months.
This lovely bud, so young, so fair
Called hence by early doom… 37 more words