NEWSBOY CABINETS

Written by Mike Reeve

(kartoreeve@gmail.com)

 

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Now before the uninitiated have visions of their paperboys hoarding away Chippendale or Sheraton sideboards, we are, in fact, talking about photographs.  To be precise photographs mounted on stiff board usually 6" x 4" and known as ‘cabinets’ supposedly because they were often displayed in cabinets.  Newsboy cabinets were given away as ‘premiums’, by tobacconists or drug stores, when making a purchase of plug tobacco produced by the National Tobacco Works of New York.  This firm was later acquired by the American Tobacco Company.  Although precise dates of issue are not known, it is likely they were produced and issued throughout the early 1890’s.

 

Perhaps because of their size and method of distribution, they do not appear to be widely found or collected within the UK. Details of this issue, is of course, to be found in the World Tobacco Issues Index, though, as this article will show, the information is somewhat limited.  Although the World Tobacco Issues Index (WTII) does give a broad indication of the various groupings, there is no checklist of subjects.  This is not surprising as although most cards are numbered, there is both a duplication of numbers and subject varieties, making it very complex for the new collector or casual observer.

 

For the record Part 11 of the World Tobacco Issues Index reads as follows: -  

NATIONAL TOBACCO WORKS, Broadway, New York, USA.                        N238-200  

Became branch of American Tobacco Co about 1892.  Cards issued about 1890.  Premium issues, exchanged for tags or coupons.  Pictures mounted on thick board inscribed at base “Newsboy …. New York”, without reference to tobacco.  “Newsboy” was a brand of plug tobacco.

 

CABINET PICTURES (A) Corners rounded.  Mostly actresses but including actors, celebrities, and scenes.  There are many faded captions and numbers.  Ref USA/566-7.

 

1.    Pictures black and white or sepia photos.  Size about 165 x 105, Nd. 

(1)          Number only on photo, number, and caption on mount.  Mostly Actors and Actresses, including some Celebrities, Athletes, Baseball.

 

1.                Nos 1/136 Each number with one caption, many with two, three or four pictures of the same subject.  “Newsboy – New York” in red on white mounts.  About 20 are known unnumbered.

 

2.                Nos 301/385 “Newsboy – New York” in green on grey mount.  Back (a) plain (b) with wording in English and Spanish headed “Bliss Long Cut” (c) with wording “Red Indian Cut Plug Tobacco”.

 

3.                Nos 502/604 “Newsboy – New York” in (a) red (b) brown on white mount

 

4.                Nos 800/841 “Newsboy – New York” in red on white mount.

 .

(2)          Number and caption on photo, not on mount.  Nos between 1/227 known, including Actresses, Actors, Views, Warships.  “Newsboy – New York” in red on white mount.  Same mounts as in (1) used captions covered by photo.  In some cases, former captions or numbers are visible but should be disregarded.

 

2.    Coloured halftones. Size about 230 x 150 “Newsboy – New York” in brown (100).

 

I think you will agree the above details are quite complex and I hope by the conclusion of this article to identify and simplify the main groupings, hopefully to the benefit of other collectors or the interested observer.

 

Almost by accident I acquired a batch of these cards some years ago and was immediately impressed by the strong images, size and stoutness of board and the challenge of the series.  Before long I became a victim of ‘stealth collecting’ as I was blissfully unaware of the number of photos I was acquiring.  Eventually I had to decide whether to call a halt or to specialise in this series, which in effect became a long-term research project.  I have now acquired or seen sufficient examples of “Newsboys” to be able to classify them into possibly more user- friendly groupings.  More importantly a workable checklist of subjects has evolved which, although far from complete, will enable other collectors to compare their cards and hopefully fill in the gaps as well as spotting the inevitable errors, which will have crept in.

 

Working on a volume basis, 3 main groupings and 4 minor groupings have emerged (setting aside the known set of 100 coloured half tones 230 x 150).

 

As a rule of thumb, there are four key things to look for when attempting to classify Newsboy cabinets viz.

 

(1)          Is the subject title in upper or lower case?

(2)          Position of subject title-on mount or photo

(3)          Colour and number of frame lines

(4)          Position of number on the mount

 

 

Now to business:  The first and the most confusing group, has the subject title. in upper case and always on the mount.  The photo will be numbered but this may be on the mount, or the photo itself, or both.  If on the mount, it will usually be on the left-hand side.  The word Newsboy will be in red, also on the left-hand side of the mount and the words NEW YORK also in red but on the right hand side of mount and in capitals.  The size and style of the word Newsboy can vary in the manner of the words ‘Guinea Gold’ (British series issued by Ogden’s) but in the interests of my eyesight and sanity I have not attempted to classify the many variations, which probably exist.  The backs of the cards were intended to be blank but isolated examples will be found where enterprising retailers have put their own advertising on the back.

 

The highest number in the first grouping in the WTII is 136 (William McKinley for the record) and, unlike the other, groupings which follow, is the highest number I have come across. (Martin Murray has a variety of card 108 numbered 198, which may be some sort of printing anomaly). It should have been a relatively straightforward task to compile a subject checklist, however, as the WTII indicates, many numbers have different pictures of the same subject.   The WTII records up to 4 different pictures but so far I have found two numbers with 6 different pictures and two others with 5. If this occurred for every number, the total for this grouping would be staggering, well 816 cabinets actually.  And, of course, we do not know if six is indeed the maximum.

 

It is open to conjecture whether the compiler of the series worked to an organised plan or responded to the popularity of the subject or output from the photographer involved. 

I suspect the series evolved on a random basis, rather than a deliberate pre-planned marketing exercise.

 

These cabinet photos are sometimes described as ‘albumen photographs’, which refers to the photographic process prevalent at the time.

 

The abbreviations used when describing the ‘pose’ of the subject follow the Guinea Gold Reference Book i.e., F refers to ‘full length’, H/S-Head/Shoulders etc, etc.

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 Several identical subjects can be found in the various groups, and I have endeavoured to provide a cross reference with the corresponding number in brackets after the subject’s name. (NB the letters UC & LC after the ref. Number, indicate Upper/Lower Case, i.e., groups 1 & 3. Some UC examples may also have a further number after a ‘forward slash’ to indicate which ‘picture variety’ is involved.

Subjects noted in New York Public Library are identified by initials NYPL after title.

 

UPDATES TO WEBSITE 1st March 2023 New subjects/portraits/variety/corrections indicated by * in front of number.

 

 

 

 

No

SUBJECT

1st POSE

2ND

3RD

  1

ISABELLE

URQUHART (U/N)

F, HALF LYING

F, R ARM RAISED

F, L HAND TO CHIN

1

-do-

F FACING R

DRAWING SWORD

 

 

 2

FANNY

DAVENPORT

F, R ARM RAISED 

H/S, FACING R

(29LC) (Also variety

‘FANNIE’)

 

 3

FAY TEMPLETON

F, FACING R.HAT

 

 

 4

LILLIAN RUSSELL

½ L FACING FRT

H/S, WIDE BRIM HAT

H/S, LOOKING R HANDS AT NECK

4

-  do -

¾ L SITTING,

FACING

CAMERA, NECKLACE

 

 

 5

PATTI

½ L FACING L

 

 

 6

RHEA

F, HANDS TO CHIN

¾ L LOOKING TO R

SEATED

 

 7

MARY ANDERSON

H/S, FEATHER HAT (100LC)

¾ L R ARM RAISED

H/S, FACING FRT

  8

AGNES EVANS

F, SITTING ON STOOL (502)

H/S, FACING L

F, LEANING ON TREE

  8

-  do – (4/5/6 pose)

F, LH TO HEAD FEET CROSSED

F, LH TO HEAD

LOOKING UP LACE UP BOOTS

¾ L HANDS ON

HIPS

 9

ANNIE

SUMERVILLE

F, RT ARM RAISED

F, HOLDING HORN  

(531) 

 

*10

ISABELLE IRVING

¾ L SITTING (U/N)

 

 (Plus numbered)

11

JENNIE McNULTY

F, SITTING ON CHAIR ARM

(Plus variety –

JENNIE MCNULTY)

 

12

SYLVIA GERRISH

F, STANDING R ARM

RAISED (803) (543)

F, HEAD TO L, HAT

 

*13

JENNIE JOYCE

F, HEAD BOWED  

(514) (U/N)

(plus, unnumbered

F, PLUS FOURS,

SMILING, HAT IN R/

HAND ((552) (P63)

F, LEANING ON

TREE R HAND ON HEAD

14

AMANDA FABRIS AS ERMINIE

F, HOLDING

BOUQUET

 

 

15

MARION MANOLA

F, STG LH ON

SWORD FACING L

STG LH ON

SWORD FACING R (71LC) (U/N)

F, SITTING ON

CHAIR HOLDING MANDOLIN 

 

16

ALICE EVANS

F, HOLDING BASKET 

(524)

 

¾ L, LARGE HAT

HOLDING SPRAY

 

17 

CAROLINE MISKELL

F, SITTING ON

STOOL

F, CHAIR/FOWERS

(544)

 

18   

BEATRICE CAMERON 

 

F, BALLET POSE RH

HOLDING OUT SKIRT

 

* BESSIE CLAYTON

(Same Portrait) also Number 18

19

BLANCH WALSH

F, STG THIGH

BOOTS ((143LC)

(815) (* plus variety

BLANCHE WALSH)

F, RH RAISED

 

20

SADIE KIRBY

F, HANDS ON HIPS

 

 

21

ANNA BOYD

F, SEATED MORTAR BOARD

F, HAT.HOLDING CAPE (U/N)

F, HOLDING UP VEIL

21

- do - (4/5 pose)

F, WHITE HAT

LOOKING R, LH

RAISED BY CHEST

F, BY WALL.STOOL BY FEET

, 

22

IRENE VERONA

F, DRAWING

SWORD

F, FEET CROSSED

 

23

IDA MULLE

F, SITTING.BIRD CAGE

F, BOW & ARROW

 

24

ANNIE PIXLEY

F, STG HAT IN LH (519) (U/N) (NB also seen with printed advert on reverse for

THE RACKET,

Edina, MO)

F, STG BY TREE

¾ L RH TOUCHING

HAT

25

MME DE GILLERT

 

F, SITTING IN

BALLET COSTUME,

LEGS CROSSED)  

(539)

F, STANDING ON RLEG LOOKING R

 

26

JULIA CALHOUN

F, HOLDING LUTE

 

 

27

MINNIE PALMER

F, SITTING, CAP  

(81LC)

 

 

 

28

EVA BARTHOLDI

HANDSTAND ON

GLASS

 

 

 

29

LOUISE EISSING

F, STRIPED

SHORTS

F, R ARM RAISED

(Also variety LOUISE

ESSING)

 

30

MARGARETTA CUTTER

F, FOOT ON CHAIR

F, SITTING ON

CHAIR (Also variety

MARGAETTA

CUTTING)

 

31

M’LLE NAYA

F, HAT & CAPE

(Plus, variety MLLE

NAYA)

 

 

32

FANNIE RICE

F, TUTU WITH

SHAWL

FANNIE RICE AS GALATIA.

STANDING ON

PEDESTAL

 

33

BELLE ARCHER

F, STANDING ON

BENCH  (5LC) (527)

F, SITTING

SMOKING (535)

 

34 

MINNIE HAUK

F, FACING

FRT.TREE  (54LC)

 

 

35

HATTIE HARVEY

F, SITTING ON CHAIR

 

 

36

MADGE LESSING

F, SITTING BONNET

 

 

37

JENNIE

DICKERSON

F, DAGGER IN BELT

 

 

38

CAMILLE

D’ARVILLE

F, SITTING,

TAMBOURINE

F, STANDING ARMS

FOLDED (P22)

(plus, varieties for both GAMILLE

 

 

 

 

 

D’ARVILLE)

39

MAUDE

WALTERMERE

F, STANDING BARE ARMS

 

 

40

LILY ELTON

F, SITTING ON SWING

 

 

41

LOTTIE COLLINS    TA. RA. RA. BOOM.

DE. AYE

F, HOLDING OUT SKIRT

(Ta- ra- ra- Boom- de- Aye)

NB The above refers to a variety in lower case.

 

42

JUNIORI VALAREZ

F, RT FOOT ON CHAIR

 

 

43

HARRIETT VERNON

F, HANDS HOLDING CAPE

F, RIGHT HAND ON HIP

F, HOLDING

SWORD

44

OTERO

F, LOOKING LEFT VERY LONG HAIR

 

 

45

MARIE DANTES

F, SITTING ON CHAIR

 

 

46

DELLA FOX

F, R HAND

HOLDING HAT

F, HAT, ARMS

FOLDED  

(P41) (43LC)

H/S, HAT LOOKING UP

46

DELLA FOX

F TROUSER SUIT, R

ARM ON R KNEE,

FOOT ON BENCH

HS, NO HAT,

LOOKING L (45LC)

F HAT SALUTING FEET CROSSED

47

ESTELLE CLAYTON

F, LYING ON SIDE

H/S, LONG HAIR, LOOKING UP

 

48

LILLIAN ELMORE

F, LOOKING RIGHT, RH ON HIP

 

 

49

FANNIE WARD

F, FACING FRONT, SITTING ON PILLAR

F, DRAWING

SWORD

 

50

ANNA MANTELL

F, STANDING,

FACING L, RH ON POT

F, HOLDING LYRE

 

51

LOTTIE GILSON

F, BY WALL, HANDS TOUCHING WALL

 

 

52

KATE STOKES

¾ L, SNAKE ARMBANDS

 

 

53

CORINNE

¾ L, HANDS TO

HAT

F, HOLDING MANDOLIN

¾ L, WHITE HAT

54

NINA FARRINGTON MISS FARRINGTON

F, DRAWING

SWORD

-DITTO-

(DIFF. TITLE)

 

55 

FRANCIS WILSON

F, SITTING, HANDS CLASPING R KNEE

 

 

56

GRACIE WILSON

F, HANDS ON HIPS, CLOAK

 

 

57 

MISS MARION

F, HOLDING BOW AND ARROW

 

 

58

ETHEL LYNN

F, BOTH HANDS RAISED

 

 

59

ROBERT G INGERSOL

H/S, FACING RIGHT  (199LC)

 

 

60

ELEANOR MAYO

H/S, SHOULDERS BARE

 

 

61

MME ROLLA

H/S ROSES AT BUST

 

 

62

SANDERSON 

 

H/S FACING L

 

 

63

 

MISS WALTERS

FL, RH ON

hip, ROBINSON

CRUSOE COSTUME

 

 

64

MISS HOWELL

¾ L, SITTING, HAT,

FERNS 

 

 

65

MARIE

BURROUGHS

F, SITTING ON CHAIR FACING

 

 

 

 

 

CAMERA

 

 

66

GRACE

SHERWOOD

F HOLDING

PARASOL,

LEANING ON TREE

F, PARASOL ON R SHOULDER

 

67

ANNIE

SUTHERLAND

F SWORD IN R

HAND  (536) (P99)

 

 

68 

ADA REHAN

½ L LOOKING LEFT,

NECKLACE (86LC)

 

 

69

MRS LANGTRY

½ L SITTING

FACING L

 

 

70

JESSIE BARTLETTDAVIS

F ARMS FOLDED, CAPE

 

 

71

ISABELLE COE

F ‘TWO HEADS’

 

 

72 

J J CORBETT

F BOXING STANCE

H/S FACING LEFT (LC23)

 

73

PETER JACKSON

F BOXING STANCE

 

 

74

ALICE VIVIAN

F PLAYING LUTE 

 

 

75

VIOLA CLIFTON

F, RH ON MUSICAL INSTRUMENT

 

 

76 

LOUISE

MONTAGUE

F, ARMS FOLDED

(U/N)

F, LEANING ON WALL (U/N)

 

77

GERALDINE McCANN

F, HAT, FACING

FRONT

F, RH ON HIP, HAT, TUNIC (U/N) (Also

variety GERALDINE MCCANN)

FL STANDING ON LADDER

78

URBANASKA

F, SITTING

LOOKING L, R

HAND RAISED

 

 

79

FLO HENDERSON

F, IN FRONT OF

WALL, L HAND

HOLDING HAT

 

 

80

MOLLIE FULLER

F, L HAND TO MOUTH, HAT, TIGHTS.

 

 

81

ELISA SARACCO

F, LEANING, ARMS FOLDED

F, L HAND ON HIP

 

82

BEATRICE CAMERON

F, L HAND ON

SWORD

 

 

83

PAULINE HALL

F, HANDS ON HIPS  (P25)

¾L NECK CHOKER

HANDS

CLASPED (56LC)

 

84

JOSIE GREGORY

¾L, HANDS BEHIND

HEAD

 

 

85

FANNY

RUTHERFORD

F, ½ SITTING ON STEPS

 

 

86

LYLA KAVENAUGH

F, R LEG ON WALL  (511)

 

 

87

LILLIAN GRUBB

F, PEASANT

COSTUME

LEANING ON

TABLE, PLAQUE BY

L FOOT

 

 

88

CATHERINE GREY

¾L HANDS IN

POCKETS  (53LC)

 

 

89

LEVY SISTERS

3 SISTERS

STANDING (P28)

 

 

90

LOIS ARNOLD

 

F, HANDS RAISED

 

 

91

EDNA WALLACE

MRS DE

WOLFHOPPER

F, WHITE DRESS (55LC)

 

 

92

JULIA MARLOW

½ L FACING LEFT  

(70LC)

 

 

93

DE WOLF HOPPER

F, FACING EACH

 

 

 

 

AND

DELLA FOX

OTHER

 

 

94

 

 

 

 

95

 

 

 

 

96

 

 

 

 

97

 

 

 

 

98

MODJESKA

¾L SITING ON

CHAIR 

 

 

99

MISS BAYLEY

F, HANDS BEHIND BACK

 

 

100

ISABELL EVERSSON

H/S LOOKING TO R

 

 

101

MISS CONYERS

F, HANDS HOLDING OUT CAPE

 

 

102

BROWNE WELLS

F, FACING L,

HANDS ON HIPS

 

 

103

KITTY CHEATHAM

F, HOLDING OUT APRON  (25LC)

 

 

104

IDA BELL

F, L HAND

HOLDING OUT

SKIRT, WEARING

HAT

 

 

105

JOSEPH

JEFFERSON 

½ L, LOOKING AT

CAMERA  (60LC)

 

 

106

TONY PASTOR

F, L HAND

HOLDING WATCH CHAIN

 

 

107

ROBERT MANTEL

¾ L, WEARING

DINNER SUIT

 

 

*108

LAWRENCE BARRETT

¾ L, GLOVE ON L

HAND  (10LC) (also 198)  

 

 

109

HOPE BOOTH

H/S LOOKING AT

CAMERA, L HAND TO FACE

½ L, UNSMILING,

LEANING ON

PILLAR  (P75) 

H/S, SMILING, L HAND TO FACE

109

- do-

H/S FACING

CAMERA,

UNSMILING

 

 

110

ADELE PURVIS ONRI

F, SITTING ON

BENCH

F, STANDING ON

GLOBE, ARMS RAISED

 

111

PAULA EDWARDES

H/S BARE NECK

 

 

112

NETTIE BLACK

F, FOATING VEIL

 

*Also seen with

GLADYS WALLIS crossed out.

113

NAT GOODWIN

H/S, HIGH COLLAR  (50LC)

 

 

114

HELEN BERTRAM

¾ L, ARMS

FOLDED, SWORD 

¾ L, HAT & FEATHERS

F, R ARM RAISED

115

LEO CAMPBELL

F, SITTING, BARE FEET  (P56)

 

 

116

EFFIE CHAPPIE

F, R ARM RAISED, MANDOLIN

F, STANDING, LH

ON HIP, RH

HOLDING STAVE

 

117

INEZ L’ORMA

F, CAPE, L LEG RAISED

 

 

118

LULU GLASER

F, HANDS HOLDING SHAWL

HS, FACING R.

FLORAL H’DPIECE

 

119

FORA FINLAYSON

F, RH/RL RAISED

 

 

120

FRANCES EVERETT

F, L HAND/LEG

RAISED (Also variety

FRANCIS EVERETT)

 

 

121

GRACE GOLDEN

F, RH HOLDING

SWORD

 

 

122

BOULLARD

F, KNEELING,

 

 

 

 

HANDS

OUTSTRETCHED

 

 

123

ANNA SEIDLE

F, TIGHTS, RH TO CHIN

 

 

124

CHRISTINE BLESSING

F, HOLDING BOW

 

 

125

BESSIE

CLEVELAND

F, LOOKING RIGHT,

HAT, SWORD, LH ON HIP

 

 

126

INEZ RAE

F, R LEG ON

STOOL, HOLDING

LEAF OR FAN

 

 

127

HELEN VINCENT

F, SITTING, BLACK

STOCKINGS

 

 

128

CLARA BELL

H/S DIRECTLY FACING CAMERA

 

 

129

M DALY VOKES

H/S, FUR COLLAR

 

 

130

ROSITA WORRELL

F/L, SITTING, RH

TOUCHING

BOATER, LEGS

CROSSED

 

 

131

MINNIE PACKARD

F, KNEE ON TILTED CHAIR 

 

 

132

STARA KIMBALL

F, SITTING ON BACK OF CHAIR

 

 

133

WARD AND VOKES

2 MEN H/S, ONE

FACING LEFT

OTHER FRONT 

 

 

134

CLARA QUALITZ

F, BALLET POSE

ARMS

OUTSTRETCHED

 

 

135

YOLANDE

WALLACE

F, LEANING ON

PILLAR, RH

HOLDING SPRAY

 

 

136 

WLLIAM McKINLEY

H/S, PORTRAIT, FACING LEFT

H/S PORTRAIT FACING RIGHT

 

198

LAWRENCE BARRETT

¾ FACING L, HAT IN

L HAND (UC108)

 

 

 

               

                    Number on mount and photo                                        Number on photo only

             

 

The next group is easy to identify, having the words Newsboy/New York printed in green on a greyish board. The photo itself is mounted within a double set of frame lines, also printed in green.  The inner frame line is thinner than the outer.  I believe.

(But am open to correction) the technical term for these photographic prints is ‘gelatin silver process. Arguably this process results in a sharper, more defined end product than with all the other groupings and may account for the slightly higher prices when sold. 

 

The photos are numbered on the mount, and apart from one example (306 on RH side), always in the centre. The photo may also bear the number, either on the right- or left-hand sides. The printing of the words New York can also vary (see illustrations below).  Most examples will be in block capitals i.e., the usual version but occasionally in a smaller stylised version beginning with a capital letter, the remainder in lower case. Examples of the same number in either version have been seen.  

 

               

                     New York – stylised version                                      New York – block version

 

A great number of the subjects in this grouping were taken by the renowned New York society photographer Benjamin J Falk and his copyright wording often appears on the mount beginning with the year 1888 through to 1894 though it is likely this grouping would have been issued after these dates. Mr Falk also had his copyright stamped on the photo in the manner of a cartouche.

             

For the collector possibly the most interesting feature of this grouping is that an advertisement can sometimes be found on the reverse of the photo but only in a very small minority of the specimens I have seen.  The WTII describes two examples (in addition to the usual plain back) (see (b) (c) in WTII description on page 1 above) but a couple more have come to light viz   (d) FREE!  A 5c Package of Chewing Gum …

(e) Tom Hood cigars are made from imported HAVANA TOBACCOS.  

 

                                                    (d)                                                                                   (e)

 

                         

One strange feature, for which I have no explanation, but which I have found is common to almost all photos with an advertisement on the reverse, is that the image is in sepia or brown, as opposed to the usual black and white.    

 

It is not clear whether each number can be found with an advertisement back, but as those photos with an advertisement are very much in the minority, I think not.

 

The numbering of this group commences with 301, and to date the highest I have come across is 390.  Until recently I was convinced there was only one subject for each number but recently, I came across *four numbers with two entirely different subjects, (308/309/319/360 – see index).  I can offer no explanation, as the names and numbers are clearly printed on the mount thus discounting the possibility of the wrong photo being attached.  

 

NO

SUBJECT

1ST & 3rd ADVERT BACK

2ND ADVERT BACK

NOTES

*301

MADGE ALPHABET

 

 RED INDIAN/FRENCH

 

302

QUEENIE VASSAR

BLISS LONG CUT

RED INDIAN/ FRENCH

FALK 92 

303

SYLVIA GERRISH

 

 

 

 

304

EMMA EAMES

BLISS LONG CUT

RED

INDIAN/FRENCH 

FALK 92

305

PAULINE HALL

BLISS LONG CUT

RED

INDIAN/FRENCH

FALK 92 

306

MARIE JANSEN

BLISS LONG CUT

 

FALK 92 & 93

307

JENNIE JOYCE

 

RED INDIAN/FRENCH

 

308

DELLA FOX 

 

 

FALK 94

*308

JENNIE JOYCE

 

 

 

*309

MARIE TEMPEST

 

 RED INDIAN/FRENCH

FALK 91

309

LILLIAN RUSSELL

 

RED

INDIAN/FRENCH

FALK 93

310

ROSE COGHLAN

 

 

 

311

MARIE TEMPEST

BLISS LONG CUT

 

FALK 91

312

PAULINE HALL

 

 

 

313

SANDOW

5c CHEWING GUM 

(3rd advert back)

RED

INDIAN/FRENCH

FALK 94

314

JENNIE JOYCE

BLISS LONG CUT

RED

INDIAN/FRENCH

FALK 91

315

JESSIE BRADBURY

 

 

FALK 94

316

ALICE JOHNSON

 

 

 

317

LYLA KAVENAUGH

 

 

 

318

JULIA MARLOWE

 

RED

INDIAN/FRENCH

FALK 92

319

JENNIE JOYCE

 

 

 

319

DELLA FOX

 

RED

INDIAN/FRENCH

 

320

ANNIE SUTHERLAND

HAVANA

TOBACCOS (4th advert back)

 

 

*321

ANNIE PIXLEY

 

 RED INDIAN/FRENCH

 

322

JESSIE BRADBURY

 

RED

INDIAN/FRENCH 

FALK 94

*323

FRANCES EVERETT

 BLISS LONG CUT

 

 

324

LYLA KAVENAUGH

 

 

FALK 93