Trade card for the White Mountain Triple Motion Ice Cream Freezer, Nashua, New Hampshire, undated

Collection Type

  • Ephemera

Location Note

Ephemera: Trade Cards and Advertisements: Box 1: Album B: Household Wringers, Washers, Freezers, Ironware

GUSN

GUSN-195079

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Description

Thomas Sands invented the freezer and built his factory in Laconia, New Hampshire and then moved to Nashua. The freezer is printed on one side with a cutaway section to reveal the inner parts of the machine. On the other side is a scene of a woman domestic or waitress serving ice cream on a porch or balcony overlooking the Presidential Range of the White Mountains. On the right half of the latter side of the card, the name, American Lithographic Co., N.Y., appears in the lower left, and a patent statement, patented by Albert (second name is illegible), November 15, 1892, appears in the lower right.

Details

Descriptive Terms

advertising
business (commercial function)
appliances
ice-cream freezers
ice cream
chromolithography
trade cards (advertising)

Additional Identification Number

DigitalID 000251
AccessID 395
Other identifier HNEDID-000251

Physical Description

1 trade card

Collection Code

EP001

Collection Name

Ephemera collection

Reference Code

EP001.01.006.02.01.014

Date Notes

1892-1900s

Places

Laconia (Belknap county, New Hampshire)
Presidential Range (Coos county, New Hampshire) [ridge]
Nashua (Hillsborough county, New Hampshire)
White Mountains (New Hampshire) [mountains]

Record Details

Originator

White Mountain Freezer Company (manufacturer)

Material Type

trade cards (advertising)

Other People

Sands, Thomas, 1838-1900

Other Organizations

American Lithographic Co.

Subjects

Old Man of the Mountain (N.H.)
White Mountain Triple Motion ice cream freezers

Description Level

Item

Location Note

Ephemera: Trade Cards and Advertisements: Box 1: Album B: Household Wringers, Washers, Freezers, Ironware