The parlor scene is typical of the time period with a toy baby carriage, a sewing bird, copies of 1895 Ladies Home Journal and much more.
Two display cases are filled with items that reflect 1895. If you look closely you will see doll furniture and clothing reflecting their adult counterparts. Where is your top hat?
As part of a "Please Touch" philosophy, use the 1895 Montgomery Ward Catalog to find out what you could buy for $1.00.
Take a trip back in time with our stereoscope and pictures. Travel the World or laugh at the comic pictures, just like the Victorians would have done.
After less than a decade of production this print ad proclaims the New Holland Baler “tops them all”!
A photo of Abram Zimmerman, founder of the quickly successful New Holland Machine Company in 1895. In just less than 20 years, Zimmerman would sell his stock and leave New Holland to become a “Russelite” and begin preparing for the Lord’s reappearance.
New Holland Area Historical Society
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