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Topic: ayer

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Hon. Ayer
[Mary Todd Lincoln] / Union card picture, made by George F. Ayer, photographer, 161 Middle Street, Portland.

[Mary Todd Lincoln] / Union card picture, made by George F. Ayer, phot...

Photograph shows portrait of Mary Todd Lincoln probably by Wenderoth and Taylor taken in 1864 and reproduced by George F. Ayer in 1864 or later.

[Abraham Lincoln] / Union card picture, made by George F. Ayer, photographer, 161 Middle Street, Portland.

[Abraham Lincoln] / Union card picture, made by George F. Ayer, photog...

Photograph shows portrait of Abraham Lincoln by Anthony Berger taken February 9, 1864 and reproduced by George F. Ayer in 1864 or later.

Ayer's cathartic pills (The country doctor)

Ayer's cathartic pills (The country doctor)

Trade card showing black man with two black children.

Your money or his life Subscribe to the war fund - Red Cross week - June 18th to 25th / / Ayer.

Your money or his life Subscribe to the war fund - Red Cross week - Ju...

Poster showing a Red Cross nurse offering a wounded soldier a drink from a canteen.

Hoy como ayer, los enemigos de Juárez

Hoy como ayer, los enemigos de Juárez

Bi-weekly broadside shows three unsigned cartoons. One political cartoon depicts Benito Juárez, as a symbol of Mexican democracy, pointing a crowd of fascists and Nazis toward the Hill of the Bells (where a fir... more

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