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1870

Peabody, J. L.

Peabody's honey extractor

Virden (Ill.) - Advertising for honey extractor; includes illustration of perspective view of the extractor, patented in 1869.

D. H. Coggeshall Papers

1872

Van Deusen, C. C.

C. C. Van Deusen's bee-feeder, patented July 5, 1870 Circular for 1872

Advertising for bee feeder for "All intelligent Bee-Keepers;" includes two small illustrations.

D. H. Coggeshall Papers

1880

Chas. Dadant & Son

Circular of Italian bees, imported queens, colonies, comb foundation, extractors, etc.

Hamilton (Ill.) - Catalog and price list for bees and beekeeping supplies, including queens, comb foundation, hives, tin pails, extractors, honey knives, bee-veils, jars, uncapping cans, smokers, and saws.

D. H. Coggeshall Papers

1911 Dec. 7

Rea, George H.

Letter from George H. Rea to D. H. Coggeshall

Pennsylvania - Request for information on renting bee from "Distributor of Root's bee supplies"; "I know how to handle large apiaries."

D. H. Coggeshall Papers

1873 Apr. 8

Barber, S. D.

Letter from S. D. Barber to D. H. Coggeshall

Mattoon (Ill.) - Glad to hear that Coggeshall's experiments with bees have come out well and requests a queen if he can spare one: "I have the promis of three wueens from difrant parties, but as I have all black bees, it will bee mutch easier to Italianize properly by having sevral Queens to rear drones and one to rear Queens from, this saves breeding in & in and by keeping down black d... more

D. H. Coggeshall Papers

1870

A. Benedict & Son

The Italian or Ligurian honey bee

Mt. Gilead (Ohio) - Advertisement for sale of Italian bees, first introduced to the United Sates in 1860, with instructions for introducing queens to black bees and advertisements (and partial price list) for frame bee hives, stock, poultry, and seeds. Sold by Aaron Benedict, Morrow Co., Ohio.

D. H. Coggeshall Papers

1871 Apr. 28

T. S. Doremus & Co.

Letter from T. S. Doremus & Co. to D. H. Coggeshall

New York (N.Y.) - Have completed sales of Coggeshall's honey; recommends not sending the strained honey "those who have tried it say they don't like the flavor, besides it becomes candied. e think if the white comb was sent a little earlier in the season & by express it would be better."

D. H. Coggeshall Papers