Now showing items 1-20 of 1761

  • Menu - Hotel des Reservoirs Versailles 

    Hotel des Reservoirs ()
    A menu from the Hotel Des Reservoirs with the date 9 June. There are some handwritten comments that include "Versailles" and "Note: One wing of this hotel occupied by German delegates to Peace Conference".
  • Photograph - Log cutting 

    Unknown author ()
    A photograph with a male dressed in a shirt and bow-tie cutting a log and two other men in suits standing on either side of the log. They are surrounded by a large crowd.
  • The "Bodega" Company Price List 

    Unknown author ()
    A price list for The "Bodega" Company Limited. The company has branches throughout the United Kingdom, including: London, Birmingham, Manchester, Liverpool, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Dundee, Brighton, and Ryde. The final pages ...
  • David Nicholson's Liquid Bread Advertisement 

    Stahl & Jaeger ()
    An advertisement for David Nicholson's Liquid Bread "a pure extract of Malt". The reverse of the advertisement describes the uses for liquid, "...an unsurpassed tonic; a promoter of appetite, a source of muscular strength, ...
  • Plymouth Gin Advertisement 

    Unknown author ()
    An advertisement for Plymouth Gin, it reads "Plymouth Gin. Double distilled, unsweetened; a delicious compromise between Holland and Old Tom. Unsurpassed for Cocktail, Phiz, Silver Phiz, or John Collins. Combines well ...
  • Canada Postcard 

    Unknown author ()
    A postcard with an illustration of a male drinking beer with several other types of alcohol surrounding him and the caption reads "The best Place in the World" referring to Canada. The United States is below the man and ...
  • Pamphlet: "Some Canadians are Wondering Just What Is Being 'Controlled'" 

    Buffalo Citizens' Committee ()
    A pamphlet by the Buffalo Citizens' Committee of 10,000 for Law Enforcement that questions "what is being 'controlled" in Canada by Government Liquor Control. The pamphlet includes statistics which they report are from ...
  • James & Geroge Stodart Limited Announce Stodart's Canadian Agency 

    Unknown author ()
    An announcement "inaugurating direct sales and Canadian shipments from our home distilleries James & George Stodart Established 1835, 80 West Nile St., Glasgow, Scotland, beg to announce appointment of Stodart's Canadian ...
  • Apricot-Liqueur Label 

    Unknown author ()
    A label from a bottle of Apricot-Liqueur by Berry Bros. & Rudd Ltd., 3 James's Street, London, S.W. The label also states "by appointment" and "wine merchants to H.M. the Queen".
  • Canadian Beer Labels 

    Unknown author ()
    An assortment of Canadian beer labels.
  • Sir Robert Burnett Labels 

    Unknown author ()
    A collection of Sir Robert Burnett labels. The company was established in England in 1770, but these labels read "Distilled and Bottled according to the Original Formula of Sir Robert Burnett Co., Ltd. London W.I., England ...
  • Gooderham's Labels 

    Unknown author ()
    A collection of Gooderham's labels that include: Bonded Stock Canadian Whisky, London Dry Gin, Big Brown Jug Canadian Rye Whiskey, and Rich and Rare Canadian Whiskey. The labels indicate the distillery was established ...
  • Act for Laying a Duty on the Retailers of Spirits and Liquors 

    Unknown author (1736)
    An act to charge duty to retailers of liquor and for licensing retailers of liquor. The document beings "At the Parliament begun and holden at Westminster, the Fourteenth Day of January, Anno Dom. 1734 in the Eighth Year ...
  • Wine for Sale at Garraway's Coffee-House in Cornhill 

    Unknown author (1751-05)
    A list of wines for sale "by the candle at Garraway's Coffee-house in Exchange Alley, Cornhill..." six pages in length. The list begins with four conditions of sale and then lists types of wines, lot numbers and how many ...
  • Gauging Manual, 1790 

    Unknown author (1790)
    A manual describing "gauging" and the mathematical equations involved. The manual begins "Gauging Continud. To Gauge a Spheroid". The manual is detailed with diagrams and illustrations.
  • Letter by Napoleon Buonaparte (Bonaparte) to Guillaume Thomas Francois Raynal, 24 June 1790 

    Buonaparte, Napoleon (1790-06-24)
    A letter written by Napoleon Buonaparte (Bonaparte) to Guillaume Thomas Francois Raynal, dated at Ajaccio [Corsica] June 24 the first year of freedom [1790]. The letter is written in French. A transcription and a translation ...
  • An Act to Lay and Collect a Duty Upon Stills 

    Unknown author (1794)
    An act "to Lay and Collect a Duty Upon Stills" for the Laws of the Province of Upper Canada, A.D. 1794.
  • License to Sell Distilled Spirits, 1796 

    Unknown author (1796-01-19)
    A licence to sell foreign distilled spirits in the Town of Westfield in the County of Hampshire in the District of Massachusetts. The license is for Francis Flower to sell spirits from his store. The documents is signed ...
  • Liquor License - Montreal, 1805 

    Unknown author (1805-07-13)
    A license to sell liquor in Montreal in the year 1805. The license is for Jean Baptiste Bureau and is signed by Lieutenant Governor of the Province of Lower-Canada, Robert S. Milnes.