8 results found for: subject:"Beehives"

Gallery view

1991 July 4

Palmieri, Nancy

Chesterfield Grange float with beehives, a calf, and ducks at Chesterfield's Fourth of July parade

Chesterfield (Mass.) - From a series of photographs labeled "Chesterfield 4th of July Parade."

Nancy Palmieri Collection

1991 July 4

Palmieri, Nancy

Chesterfield Grange float with beehives, a calf, and ducks at Chesterfield's Fourth of July parade

Chesterfield (Mass.) - From a series of photographs labeled "Chesterfield 4th of July Parade."

Nancy Palmieri Collection

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

1880

G. Baumeister & Co.

Pure honey

Chicago (Ill.) - Label for jar of honey by Chicago honey firm.

D. H. Coggeshall Papers

1869

Otis, R. C.

Rev. L. L. Langstroth's / Movable Comb Hive / Patented October 5, 1852

Rochester (N.Y.) - Advertising for sales of individual or territorial rights to Langstroth's moveable comb hive, including testimonials, references, and promotion of bee-keeping for ladies; illustrations of bees, the hive and frames, a bee hat, and Langstroth holding a comb.

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