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Say, Old Man, Why Didn't You Bring Home the O. & O. Tea? I Won't Drink Any Other. Now Old Man, Don't That O. & O. Tea Revive You After a Day's Work, and Make You Feel Young Again?

Publisher:
Published by O. & O. Tea Company (American, 19th century)
Date:
1889
Medium:
Commercial process
Dimensions:
sheet: 3 x 4 in. (7.6 x 10.2 cm)
Classifications:
Prints, Ephemera
Credit Line:
The Jefferson R. Burdick Collection, Gift of Jefferson R. Burdick
Accession Number:
Burdick 71, p.50(11)
Not on view
Jefferson R. Burdick; Donor: Jefferson R. Burdick (American, 1900–1963)
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