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Jay T. Last Collection of Personal Care Prints and Ephemera: Finding Aid
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Series I. Personal Care Prints and Ephemera (small size) approximately 1845-approximately 1931

Physical Description: approximately 850 items in 6 binders and 1 flat-top box

Arrangement

Items smaller than 8 x 10 inches are housed in six binders.
Items that are between 8 x 10 inches and 11 x 14 inches in size are arranged in one box. Items with individual call numbers are arranged numerically. Select items have been fully cataloged and are described in the following format:
  • Title of print. Date
  • Artist(s) (when known). Printer(s). Publisher(s).
Binder  1

Cosmetics, A-H by company (8 x 10 inches or smaller in size)

Physical Description: approximately 180 items
Binder  2

Cosmetics, I-Z by company (8 x 10 inches or smaller in size)

Physical Description: approximately 160 items
Binder  3

Dental Products, A-Z by company (8 x 10 inches or smaller in size)

Physical Description: approximately 50 items
Binder  4

Perfumes, A-G by company (8 x 10 inches or smaller in size)

Physical Description: approximately 140 items
Binder  5

Perfumes, H-M by company (8 x 10 inches or smaller in size)

Physical Description: approximately 155 items
Binder  6

Perfumes, N-Z by company (8 x 10 inches or smaller in size)

Physical Description: approximately 150 items
Box  1

Personal Care (between 8 x 10 inches and 11 x 14 inches in size)

Physical Description: approximately 15 items

Note

Select items in this box have been fully cataloged and are listed below.
 

 priJLC_PC_004327  Court Street hair cutting and curling room. approximately 1849-1850

Printers: Dearborn, Nathaniel, 1786-1852
 

 priJLC_PC_004329  Hoyt's German cologne. ©1883

Printers: Donaldson Brothers (Firm)
 

Series II. Personal Care Prints and Ephemera (large size) approximately 1832-approximately 1903

Physical Description: 14 items

Arrangement

Items are arranged numerically by call number and described in the following format:
  • Title of print. Date
  • Artist(s) (when known). Printer(s). Publisher(s).
priJLC_PC_001966

Fritzsche, Schimmel & Co's celebrated fruit essences. 1867-1874

Printers: F. Heppenheimer & Co.
priJLC_PC_003583

Francois Gregoire & Co. enamel of America. ©1866

Printers: P.S. Duval & Son
priJLC_PC_003584

Hall's hair renewer. approximately 1875-1890

priJLC_PC_003585

Hubbard & Kellogg's hair lustral. approximately 1848-1850

Printers: Kellogg & Comstock
priJLC_PC_003586

J. H. White & Co., manufacturers of school bags, razor strops and bibs, North East, MD. approximately 1850-1900

priJLC_PC_003587

Extract of white lilac : Low Son & Haydon London. approximately 1860-1885

priJLC_PC_003588

Japanese handkerchief, perfumed with Austen's forest flower cologne. approximately 1867-1888

priJLC_PC_003589

A. Hawley & Co. Perfumers and chemists. approximately 1866-1872

Printers: Herline & Co.
priJLC_PC_003590

Mrs. S.A. Allen's world's hair restorer. approximately 1857-1863

Printers: Sarony, Major & Knapp Lith.
priJLC_PC_003591

Glenn's celebrated perfumery and toilet soaps. approximately 1853-1872

Printers: Traubel, M. H. (Morris H.), 1820-1897
priJLC_PC_003592

Hoyt's German cologne is the best. 1886

priJLC_PC_003593

Satin skin powder : satin skin cream. ©1903

priJLC_PC_004992

Ward's vegetable hair oil... approximately 1832

Printers: Aiken, Mark M.
priJLC_PC_004993

Perfumery gold medal R & G.A. Wright manufacturers of the celebrated gold medal perfumery... approximately 1856

Printers: Reen, Charles