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Cigar bands and labels -- Lithography

Subject Source: Usfspeccol

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Armando Mendez papers

Identifier: M33

The collection consists of the organized materials left behind by Armando Mendez following his research for his book Ciudad De Cigars: West Tampa (1994). The materials cover the tobacco industry and provide information and photographs relating to dozens of factories representing dozens of companies. There are also materials related to West Tampa historic places and people, such as former mayors, schools, and churches.

Dates: Created: 1895-1996; Other: Date acquired: 12/26/2002

Fred Bautz cigar label collection

Identifier: MS-1985-01
Abstract The Fred Bautz Cigar Label Collection covers a wide range of artistic styles used in cigar advertisement, as well as lithographic techniques used in creating those labels. The collection covers labels from the late 19th century through the mid-1940s, and geographically covers examples from the United States and Europe. The labels from the 1920s were also among the last to use the old chromolithographic printing process. The proofs themselves have a wide range of color use, ranging from six...
Dates: Created: 1890-1945; Other: Date acquired: 00/00/1985

Kane-Greenberg lithography collection

Identifier: MS-1985-06
Scope and Contents Representing the wide array of lithographic styles, colors, and processes used in cigar industry labeling and advertising, the Kane-Greenberg Lithography Collection consists of cigar labels, bands, and progressive proof books spanning from the late 19th century through the mid-1930s. Lithographic corporations throughout the United States are represented in the collection, including American Lithographic Co., F. Heppenheimer's  Sons, Witsch & Schmitt, George Harris & Sons, and...
Dates: Created: 1870-1939; Other: Date acquired: 12/06/1985

The John William Osterweil collection of Tampa Cigar Box Labels

Identifier: T03

The Osterweil collection was amassed by John Osterweil, beginning in 1979, and his search for cigar box lithographs, pertinent to Tampa, took him across the country. Osterweil's donation to  USF was made with the hope that it would be a useful resource to those interested in the Tampa cigar industry.

Dates: Created: 1900-1950; Other: Date acquired: 03/01/1984