Scribner’s Magazine 1903 No. 11 (page 1/3)

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Images from Scribner’s Magazine from 1903, volume 11 (November 1903).

I am actually starting with the old advertisements (ads). Please remember that the advertisements are over 100 years old, so the items might no longer be for sale...

If you would like to transcribe any of the advertisements, please use the Comment link under the image; I’ll put the text up and link back to your Web site too if you like.

Title: Scribner’s Magazine 1903 No. 11

Author: Scribner, Charles (Ed.)

Published by: Charles Scribner's Sons

City: New York

Date: 1903

Total items: 18

Out of copyright (called public domain in the USA), hence royalty-free for all purposes usage credit requested, or as marked.

Some sample images

[picture: Old Advert: Oceanic Steamship Company]

Old Advert: Oceanic Steamship Company

OCEANIC
STEAMSHIP COMPANY
(American and Australian Lines)
to Hawaii, Samoa, New Zealand
Australia and Tahiti
[more...] [$]

[picture: Antique typewriter]

Antique typewriter

An old picture of a typewriter, suitable for clip-art; the machine was new when the picture was taken. This is taken from an old ad for a type-writer. [more...] [$]

[picture: Old Advert: The Sun Typewriter]

Old Advert: The Sun Typewriter

The SUN
Typwriter No. 2 [more...] [$]

[picture: Old Advert: Hotel Chamberlin]

Old Advert: Hotel Chamberlin

HOTEL CHAMBERLIN
OLD POINT COMFORT, VA. [more...] [$]

[picture: Vintner from Chapmagne Ad]

Vintner from Chapmagne Ad

A silhouette of a man wearing a neck-tie, apron, rolled-up sleeves, hat and boots, holding up a bunch of grapes. [more...] [$]


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Images from Scribner’s Magazine from 1903, volume 11 (November 1903).

I am actually starting with the old advertisements (ads). Please remember that the advertisements are over 100 years old, so the items might no longer be for sale...

If you would like to transcribe any of the advertisements, please use the Comment link under the image; I’ll put the text up and link back to your Web site too if you like.


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