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TitleA. W. Alger
DescriptionAdvertising card for A. W. Alger with two images of women in a kitchen called "The Old Way" and the "The New Way." The old way shows a stove falling apart, a broken dish, a spilling pot, a broken window, a cat and dog fleeing, and a distraught woman. It says: "She preferred the old way." The new way shows a woman in more fashionable dress playing with her children next to a stove with an orderly, functional array of pots and kettles. It says: "She prefers the 'Hull.'" Lower left corner of image is "signed."""Santa Sc." Back of card says: "The celebrated Hull Vapor Cook Stove! Over 75,000 in use. Hundreds in use in and about Kansas City and giving universal satisfaction..."."" For Sale By A. W. Alger.." Address given on back of card:
1217 Grand Ave.,
Kansas City, Mo.
ProductHull Vapor Cook Stove
Subject(s)Advertising cards
Local Subject(s)Alger, A. W.
Dateca. 1880-1900
Item TypeAdvertising Card
Dimensions8 x 13 cm.
CollectionAdvertising Cards (SC3)
See finding aid: http://www.kchistory.org/u?/Local,37216
LocationSC3, Box 2, Stoves/Ranges/Coal
BarcodeFront: 10019983; Back: 10019988
RepositoryMissouri Valley Special Collections, Kansas City Public Library, Kansas City, Missouri
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AcknowledgementThis project is supported by the Institute of Museum and Library Services under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act as administered by the Missouri State Library, a division of the Office of the Secretary of State.