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"Cash for Oat" Advertisement

  • ON00154 2008.6.1.17
  • Item
  • 1843

Item is a "Cash for Oats" advertisement for R.W. Robson, 1843.

Furby, William

"Wool Carding" Advertisement

  • ON00154 2008.6.1.18
  • Item
  • 2008.6.1.18

Item is an advertisement for wool carding services by Jehoiada Boyce, 1839.

Furby, William

Letter-Press Printing Advertisement

  • ON00154 2008.6.1.3
  • Item
  • 1850

Item is a Letter-press Printing advertisement for William Furby, 1850. Printer's proof.

Furby, William

R. Robertson Advertisement

  • ON00154 2008.6.1.9
  • Item
  • 1851

Item is a poster for R. Robertson's business on Walton Street, 1851.

R. Robertson opened his store at what is now 37 Walton Street, in a brick building built by Peter Robertson Esq. in 1850, across from Hasting's North American Hotel (28-32 Walton Street).

Furby, William

R.N. Waddell Store Advertisement

  • ON00154 2008.6.1.4
  • Item
  • 1839

Item is an advertisement for fall and winter goods sold by R. N. Waddell, Port Hope, 1839. Printer's Proof.

Furby, William

Temperance Inn Advertisements

  • ON00154 2008.6.1.10
  • Item
  • 1839

Item is an advertising poster for the Temperance Inn, 1839.

Robert Crawford (1800-1871) was the operator of a successful saddlery business in Port Hope, located approximately about 87 Walton Street (2009 address) in the early 1850s. The Temperance Inn, located two doors west of the Exchange Coffee House in 1851 on the site of the St. Lawrence Apartments (87-95 Walton Street in 2009).

Furby, William

William Muldrew Advertisement

  • ON00154 2008.6.1.29
  • Item
  • 1843

Item is an advertising poster for William Muldrew, 1843. William Muldrew was a tailor in Clarke township, working out of the house owned by Mr. Draper in Clarke Village.

Furby, William

Wool Carding and Cloth Dressing Advertisement

  • ON00154 2008.6.1.13
  • Item
  • 1837

Item is a "Wool Carding and Cloth Dressing" poster, 1837. C. Perry provided wool carding at George Ham Esquire's mills in Cobourg.

Furby, William