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Business cards

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 32 Collections and/or Records:

A. D. Radinsky Business Card, early-mid 1900s

Identifier: B371.03.0001.0003
Abstract Business card for A. D. Randinsky "Manufacturer of sanitary wiping rags and cotton and wool waste". White card with dark blue text. "Red Star" and Star of David in red along with "Representaive" at the bottom. Written in black ink script on reverse "Very Best Wishes for a most happy New Year A. D. Radinsky".
Dates: early-mid 1900s

Address Book and Contents, 1955-1975

Identifier: B333.08.0013.0002
Abstract This folder contains Maria Lowenstein's address book and loose contents, including exhibit fliers and membership cards for the Denver Art Museum, Denver Allied Arts Guild and he Artists Equity Association, Incorporated. It also has a card for "Maria Lowenstein Dressmaking & Alterations at your home or mine, 234 East 63rd street, New York 21, NY, Templeton 8-4674."
Dates: 1955-1975

Alex Block's Business Card, undated

Identifier: B002.01.0101.0066.00007
Abstract Business card for Dr. Alex Block, "practice limited to chronic diseases" in Pueblo, Colorado. On the back of the business card is a handwritten note in pencil addressed to Dr. Spivak. Note reads "Mr. Morris Rosenblum is a relation of mine. Please receive him in the tent as soon as possible. I thank you, Dr. A. Block."
Dates: undated

Bayha and Bohm Business Card, undated

Identifier: B002.01.0101.0059.00047
Abstract Business card for Bayha and Bohm, designers and manufacturers of cemetery memorials, in Denver, Colorado.
Dates: undated

Bercu Sisters Business Card, between 1925-1932

Identifier: B356.01.0003.0016.00001
Abstract Business card of the Bercu Sisters: "Bercu Sisters Harryette and Dorothy, Toe and Acrobatic Dancers From the Orpheum Circuit.
Dates: between 1925-1932

Box 1, circa 1950

 File — Box B415.01.0001: Series B415.01 [Barcode: U186023258332]
Identifier: B415.01.0001
Abstract Contains check protector (check writing machine) which was created in 1917 by the Checkometer Sales Company owned by Theodore Hirschberg in Chicago, Illinois. It was developed in Chicago because check fraud was rampent there in the early 1900s. The machine was designed to punch, print, and watermark paychecks that forgers could not duplicate. It became the paymaster machine in the 1950s. The paymaster machines are still currently sold. On the cover of the machine: "F and E Check Protector." The...
Dates: circa 1950

Box 2, circa 1950

 File — Box B415.01.0002: Series B415.01 [Barcode: U186023258258]
Identifier: B415.01.0002
Abstract Box contains two hats used by Sam Stoole in his construction company. One is a tin construction hat with "Sam Stoole" in black letters. Inside the hat is a leather band and with plastic frame. The other hat is a pith helmet with air holes and made of felt. Brown leather band inside which can be sized with a ribbon.
Dates: circa 1950

Business Card, undated

Identifier: B002.01.0104.0144.00003
Abstract Business card of J. Hashkins, General Auditor of the United Garment Workers of America, in New York. On pencil it reads "J. Hashkins [unreadable] delivery. City." It's undated and unsigned.
Dates: undated

Business Card, 1910 - 1911

Identifier: B002.01.0102.0106.00033
Abstract Business Card from E. Disraelly: Watchmaker, Jeweler, and Optician. On the verso of the card there is a handwritten list of prices for various items. The total amounts to $14.50.
Dates: 1910 - 1911

Business Card

Identifier: B002.01.0102.0136.00004
Abstract Business card from Cincinnati Furniture House. $5.00 is written and circled on the front of the card. The verso of the card lists Harry Goldstein’s name with the word “Buy” and $20.00 written in pencil. There is also an abstract drawing of a square with lines running through it, also in pencil.
Dates: 1910