The Jay T. Last Collection of Agriculture Prints and Ephemera contains roughly 2,315 items from approximately 1818 to 1924,
majority of material dating from 1850 to 1900. The collection consists mainly of advertising prints and ephemera related to
crop, hay, livestock, and dairy farming, including the tools,
equipment, supplies, and structures used for cultivating soil; raising, harvesting, and storing crops; irrigating land; growing
grasses for animal fodder; marking territory lines or separating fields and pasture lands;
and boarding, breeding, feeding, rearing, tending, and selling farm animals.
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