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1Title:  Connecticut Women’s Land Army Scrapbook, circa 1943 Requires cookie*
 Accession:  2001.48.36 
 Creator:  Unknown 
 Abstract:  The Connecticut Women's Land Army Scrapbook, circa 1943, contains one scrapbook with photographic prints, applications, newspaper clippings, notes, and pamphlets about the group's work to provide women workers to farms during World War II. Extent: 0.31 cubic ft. (1 box). The collection is open for research. 
 Subjects:  Women's Land Army of America | Agricultural laborers | Agriculture | Dairy farming | Education | Tractors | Women employees | World War, 1939-1945 | United States, Connecticut | Clippings (information artifacts) | Maps | Newsletters | Pamphlets | Photographic prints | Scrapbooks 
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2Title:  Dearborn Independent Aaron Sapiro V. Henry Ford lawsuit collection, 1919-1929 Requires cookie*
 Accession:  48 
 Creator:  Ford Motor Company. Archives. 
 Abstract:  Aaron Sapiro was an agricultural cooperative advocate who initiated a libel lawsuit against Henry Ford and the Dearborn Independent concerning anti-Semitic articles in the paper. The collection includes correspondence and transcripts of the trial as well as information on similar cases around the country. 
 Subjects:  Saprio, Aaron, 1884-1959 | Ford, Henry, 1863-1947 | Dearborn independent | Arkansas rice news | American cooperative journal | Cooperative manager and farmer | Farmer’s elevator guide | Journal of cooperation | Actions and defenses | Trials (Libel) | Agriculture, Cooperative | Cooperative marketing of farm products | Agriculture | Antisemitism | Anti-Jewish propaganda | Publications 
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3Title:  Detroit Publishing Company collection, 1880-1936 Requires cookie*
 Accession:  37.102 
 Creator:  Detroit Publishing Company 
 Abstract:  The Detroit Publishing Company was one of the major image publishers in the world for nearly 30 years from 1895 to 1924. The company produced prints of landscapes and city scenes across the United States and around the world. Incorporated in 1895 as the Photochrom Company in Detroit, Michigan, it was known until 1905 as the Detroit Photographic Company, and then the Detroit Publishing Company. The collection consists of photographic prints, postcards, and color prints with subjects dating from the 1880s through the 1910s. 
 Subjects:  Detroit Publishing Co. | Jackson, William Henry, 1843-1942 | African Americans | Agriculture | Amusements | Architecture | Beaches | Cities and towns | Industry | Landscapes | Manufacturing industries | Mineral industries | National parks and reserves | Native Americans | Parks | Railroads | Recreation | Resorts | Rock formations | Rural roads | Shipping | Ships | Sports | Tourism | Travel | Vehicles | Waterfalls | Waterscapes | Waterways | Asia | Canada | Europe | Grand Canyon (Ariz.) | South America | United States | Yellowstone National Park | Yosemite National Park (Calif.) | Panoramas | Photographs | Photographic prints | Photolithographs | Post Cards 
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4Title:  H.J. Heinz Company Collection, 1874-1990 (Bulk 1900-1935) Requires cookie*
 Accession:  53.41 
 Creator:  H.J. Heinz Company 
 Abstract:  The H.J. Heinz Company Collection, 1874-1990, contains photographic prints, advertising layouts, publications, sales training and employee information, product shipping records, photograph albums, scrapbooks, and account books that document the history of the company, the products it produced, and the family history of the founder. 
 Subjects:  H.J. Heinz Company | Heinz, H.J. (Henry John), 1844-1919 | Heinz family | World’s Columbian Exposition (1893 : Chicago, Ill.) | Advertising | Agriculture | Awards | Banquets | Bottles | Congresses and conventions | Display of merchandise | Dwellings | Employees | Executives | Exhibitions | Farms | Food industry and trade | Fruits | Harvesting | Ketchup | Pickles | Sales personnel | Schools | Signs and signboards | Spaghetti | Stables | Trucking | Vans | Vegetables | Vinegar | Wagons | Women employees | World War, 1939-1945 | United States, Atlantic City (New Jersey) | United States, Chicago (Illinois) | United States, Pittsburgh (Pennsylvania) | United States, Sharpsburg (Pennsylvania) | Account books | Advertisements | Awards | Correspondence | Inventories | Labels | Manuals | Paintings | Photographic prints | Posters | Programs (Publications) | Recipes | Scrapbooks | Tear sheets 
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