Series of illustrated trade cards depicting the Halladay Standard pumping and geared windmill and the Gem steel wind engine windmill. Includes vignettes of farm life, showing men loading hay onto a horse-drawn cart and a man and his dog herding cattle. The United States Wind Engine and Pump Co. was founded in Batavia, Illinois ca. 1863., Title supplied by cataloger., Advertising text printed on versos promotes the U.S. Wind Engine and Pump Co.'s "Halladay Standard Wind Mill" and "Gem Steel Wind Engine"., Cataloging funded by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (PW-506-19-10), 2010-2012., Gift of Helen Beitler., Digitized.
Library Company of Philadelphia | Print Department trade card - United States [P.9993.8 & 9]