Dating a sellers cabinet
They were called "Hoosier's men" and eventually all people from Indiana were called Hoosiers. Joseph Wright derived Hoosier from an Indian word for corn, "hoosa." Indiana flatboatmen taking corn or maize to New Orleans came to be known as "hoosa men" or Hoosiers.
There was once a contractor named Hoosier employed on the Louisville and Portland Canal who preferred to hire laborers from Indiana.
But I have posted the ad that I bought on my website. Sellers and Sons, kitchen cabinets Back in the mid-1970s, while using several sources in libraries Columbus and Cincinnati, OH, I wrote the following about the kitchen cabinet company.
Click on genealogy, Sellars, and scroll to bottom , click where it says.
I will put together a more detailed list of children etc. Jim Sellars ========== Wed, -0800 From: "Sherry Balow" To: [email protected]: 1 OK Nancee..isn't what you asked for, but my "contribution" for the day.
High end cabinet cards depicting famous athletes regularly sell for hundreds of dollars and more.
The earliest cabinet card mounts were thin, light in weight and light cream, sepia, white or off white.
1860s-1870s mounts were usually white, cream, sepia or very light grey.
For example, a black, green or dark grey mount more than likely dates to the 1880s or later.