Way down yonder in the cornfield : an African American woman and man sitting on a porch [hand colored]


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MSS1218_B071_I368 and dams:165356
Institution:
Emory University
Administrative Unit:
Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library
Sublocation:
Box 71
Call Number:
MSS 1218
Contact Information:
Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library rose.library@emory.edu
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Date Created:
December 1906
Format:
Still image
Genre:
postcards
Extent / Dimensions:
03.72 x 05.71 inches
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Recto: Way down yonder in the cornfield Huntsville, Alabama. Merry Christmas. M.M.W.; Verso: Raphael Tuck & Sons' Post Card series no. 2384, Under Southern Skies. Art Publishers to their majesties the king and queen. Post card. The address to be written on this side. Huntsville, Ala. Dec. 24, 3-3:30PM, 1906. Rochester, N.Y. Dec. 26, 1:30 PM, 1906. Mr. Joseph Allen White, 148 South Fitzhugh St., Rochester, New York. Series 1902. United States of America. 1, 1706 Franklin 1790, 1. Postage one cent. Way down yonder in the cornfield. The corn crop of the U.S., which represents 80% of the world's annual product, was 2,707,993,540 bushels in 1905, valued at $1,216,000,000. By means of corn, which grows in every state, the U.S. farmers earn twice as much as the government
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About This Item
Date Created:
December 1906
Format:
Still image
Genre:
postcards
Extent / Dimensions:
03.72 x 05.71 inches
Note:
This collection may include historical materials that are offensive or harmful. Historical records are evidence of the time in which they were created and often contain language and images that are racist, homophobic, sexist, ableist, or otherwise derogatory and insensitive. This content does not reflect the values of Emory Libraries. If you are concerned about content in this collection, please complete our take down form and we will be in touch with you as soon as possible.
Description / Abstract:
Recto: Way down yonder in the cornfield Huntsville, Alabama. Merry Christmas. M.M.W.; Verso: Raphael Tuck & Sons' Post Card series no. 2384, Under Southern Skies. Art Publishers to their majesties the king and queen. Post card. The address to be written on this side. Huntsville, Ala. Dec. 24, 3-3:30PM, 1906. Rochester, N.Y. Dec. 26, 1:30 PM, 1906. Mr. Joseph Allen White, 148 South Fitzhugh St., Rochester, New York. Series 1902. United States of America. 1, 1706 Franklin 1790, 1. Postage one cent. Way down yonder in the cornfield. The corn crop of the U.S., which represents 80% of the world's annual product, was 2,707,993,540 bushels in 1905, valued at $1,216,000,000. By means of corn, which grows in every state, the U.S. farmers earn twice as much as the government
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Other Identifiers:
MSS1218_B071_I368 and dams:165356
Institution:
Emory University
Administrative Unit:
Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library
Sublocation:
Box 71
Call Number:
MSS 1218
Contact Information:
Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library rose.library@emory.edu