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Jap-A-Lac advertisement
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Details

Object ID 001108

Object Name Jap-A-Lac advertisement

Object Desc Cardboard advertisement for Jap-A-Lac paint. 18" x 36.5"

Collection General Collection

Accession # CMY000976

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General Category Printed Material

Category Advertisements

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Source Category Found In Collection

Accession Date JAN 1,1991

Credit/Acknowledgement

Location Room 7, Shelf 11

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Status On-Site Collection Storage

Object Keywords paint,varnish,Jap-A-Lac,advertising,Glidden Co.,signs,


Title Jap-A-Lac advertisement

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Description / Abstract

Physical Description Large advertisement for Jap-A-Lac stain and varnish by the Glidden company. Depicts a young woman painting a chair with green Jap-A-Lac. She appears to be in the American southwest, because there is a cactus and a cowboy off in the distance. A red white and blue trim surrounds the advertisement. The scene features two cans of Jap-A-Lac; one on the chair, and one in hand.

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Images

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Image Caption CMY976

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Conditions

Date DEC 13,2013

Summary Very Good

Assessor Ben Locke

Notes Minor edgewear, small tear on the woman's dress, minor scratches towards the top. Back side has a small amount of water damage.


Events

Date JAN 30,2014

Summary Location change

Notes Location changed to Room 7, Shelf 6 from Room 7 - automatic entry by admin


Date APR 15,2014

Summary Location change

Notes Location changed to Room 7, Shelf 11 from Room 7, Shelf 6 - automatic entry by admin


Provenance

Notes

Date DEC 13,2013

Notes Glidden was started in Cleveland, Ohio, in 1875 by Francis Harrington Glidden, Levi Brackett and Thomas Bolles. Jap-A-Lac was a two in one stain and varnish product.