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American (North America)
Trade cards (advertising)
Mill Creek Hundred [?]
9.4 x 5.3 cm.
(front) Color illustration of a right-facing woman's hand holding yellow flowers and a red mirror containing a reflection of a woman's face. Text advocates for Samuel Worrall as corner of Mill Creek Hundred subject to the decision of the Republican Party in 1886.
University of Delaware. Library.
MSS 0106 Gordon A. Pfeiffer Delaware postcard and ephemera collection
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Gordon A. Pfeiffer nineteenth-century Delaware trade card collection
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