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MOILLON: STILL LIFE, 17th C. Louise Moillon: Still life of fruit basket and box of asparagus
French advertising poster, 1924, by A.M. Cassandre for Pivolo aperitif.
ARCIMBOLDO: SUMMER, 1563. Oil on canvas by Giuseppe Arcimboldo, 1563.
FRENCH APERITIF AD, 1924. French advertising poster, 1924, by A
COCA-COLA AD, 1941. World War II themed Coca-Cola advertisement poster, 1941.
GIN LABEL, c1900. Gordon & Company gin label, London, c1900
Jules Harder, the first chef at San Francisco's Palace Hotel
The kitchen of Delmonico's Restaurant, New York City. Photographed by Joseph Byron
CITRON AND ORANGE, 1613. Citron (Citrus medica); Seville orange (Citrus aurantium) and orange
TOMATO CAN LABEL. American label featuring tomatoes for the Wayne County Preserving
MANET: OYSTERS, 1862. Edouard Manet: Oysters. Canvas, 1862.
THANKSGIVING CARD, 1912. 'To thee and thine, from me and mine, a hearty Thanksgiving greeting
A scene at a bar in Greenwich Village, after the repeal of Prohibition, 1933.
Oil on canvas by Jean-Baptiste-SimÃÂ
American magazine advretisement, 1919.
'Deliciously Yours! P.S. Don't Those Franks Look Wonderful?' Advertisement
Cowboys making bread at a camp in Montana. Photograph by L.A. Huffman, 1904.
English politician. Photographed at her home in Chelsea, England, 1975, shortly before
ARTICHOKE, 1613. Artichoke heads (Cynara scolymus): engraving from Basilius Besler's
TV DINNER, 1954. Packaging for Swanson's turkey TV dinner, 1954, designed to
MARS BAR AD, 1957. From an American magazine.
RUSSIA: COLLECTIVE FARM. "Give first priority to gathering the Soviet harvest
THANKSGIVING CARD, 1900. American Thanksgiving card, c1900.
AMERICAN WHISKEY AD, 1938. American advertisement for Old Grand-Dad, Old Taylor, Mount Vernon
ADS: COCOA, c1900. Advertisement for Baker's Breakfast Cocoa, c1900.
Line engraving by Elizabeth Blackwell from her book 'A Curious Herbal' published in London
Engraving by Elizabeth Blackwell from her 'A Curious Herbal' published in London
Tomato (poma amoris). Line engraving by Elizabeth Blackwell from her book 'A
CHILI PEPPER, 1735. Line engraving by Elizabeth Blackwell from her book 'A Curious
ORANGE TREE, 1735. Engraving by Elizabeth Blackwell from her 'A Curious Herbal'
GOURD, 1735. Gourd (cucumis marinus). Engraving by Elizabeth Blackwell from her book
CEZANNE: STILL LIFE, c1888. Paul Cezanne: Pot of Flowers and Pears. Canvas, c1888-90.
TOMATO PLANT, 1735. Tomato (poma amoris)
MIRACULOUS STILL, 1839. 'L'alambic miraculous' (The Miraculous Still)
COOKBOOK, 1914. Cover of 'A Book of Good Dinners For My Friend' by Fannie
TITLE PAGE: WINE BOOK, 1568. Title page of 'A New Boke of the Natures and Properties
TITLE PAGE: COOKBOOK, 1681. Title page for 'A New Digester, or Engine for Softening
DRINKING PARTY, 1516. Satirical woodcut of a drinking party, referring to a legend
CARTOON: ALCOHOLISM, 1874. 'The Bottle Imp.' Cartoon by Frank Bellew, 1874
PRUNING GRAPE VINES in March: illumination from a late 14th century French psalter
MEXICO: COFFEE, c1890. A coffee stand along the tracks of the Mexican Central Railroad
NEW YORK: WINE INDUSTRY. Exporting American wine produced by Werner and Company
NEW YORK: WINE INDUSTRY. Werner and Company employees bottling champagne in New York City
NEW YORK: WINE INDUSTRY. Interior of Werner and Company's champange depot on Broadway
NEW YORK: WINE INDUSTRY. Entrance to Werner and Company's wine store on Broadway
NEW YORK: WINE INDUSTRY. Wine cellars of Werner and Company on Park Place in New York City
SILHOUETTE: DAILY LIFE. Coffee drinking scene
PALESTINE: GRINDING COFFEE. Two Palestinian women grinding coffee. Stereograph, c1905
DINNER PARTY, c1820. 'The Dinner Party
COOKING: ROAST, c1530. Smelling the roast. Woodcut, c1530
GLUTTON, 1568. The gluttonous fool. Woodcut, 1568, by Jost Amman
MAPLE SUGAR PARTY, c1900. Stereograph, American, c1900
GATHERING SAP, c1900. Gathering sap for maple syrup in the Green Mountains, Vermont
STAG HUNTERS, 15th CENTURY. The way to skin and cut up a stag
CHICAGO: SALOON MAN, 1891. Rushing the Growler, a saloon-man of Chicago
EXCISE TAX CONVICTION. Written conviction of a New York City merchant of having
MEN DRINKING, 1900. Drawing attributed to the Swedish artist Albert Engstrom (1869-1940)
HIRES' ROOT BEER AD, 1895. American magazine advertisement for Hires' Root Beer
LIPTON TEA AD, 1892. From an English newspaper of 1892
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