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This diploma is awarded by the Sussex County Agricultural Society Js. Queen delt. ; lith. of P.S. Duval & Son Philada

This diploma is awarded by the Sussex County Agricultural Society Js. Queen delt. ; lith. of P.S. Duval & Son Philada

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Summary

Print shows a large diploma to be awarded by the Sussex County Agricultural Society encircled by vignettes of scenes from farm and country life, as well as examples of agricultural produce, livestock, and agricultural equipment, also shows a large racetrack with spectators watching a sulky horserace. The vignette at top center shows an allegorical image with two female figures, "Liberty" and "Prosperity", seated with a large cornucopia, and with a factory and sailing ships in the background.
Title from item.
(DLC/PP-1997:105).
Forms part of: Marian S. Carson collection at the Library of Congress.
Forms part of: Popular graphic art print filing series (Library of Congress).

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Date

01/01/1857
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Location

Sussex Mills
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Source

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