“Young Men Join the Cyclist Section.” 1914-1918.
[Poster: Young Men: Join the Cyclist Section Training at Toronto. Information Office Corner Crown and St-Francis.]
(Library and Archives Canada, Mikan No. 3667119.)
“Wanted, Twenty Men for the Cyclist Platoon.” 1914-1918.
[Poster: WANTED: Twenty Men for the Cyclist Platoon. One of the Highest and Most Interesting Branches of the Service. No former experience necessary. A good opportunity to learn. Dispatch Work, Map Reading, Field Sketching and Signalling. Drop in and get particulars from Sergt. Lloyd, Recruiting Officer, 196 Queen St.]
(Library and Archives Canada, Mikan No. 3667326.)
RENE HERSE CATALOGUE
“Reichenbach & Wickenhiser Dealers in General Hardware and Bicycles! Huntington, Indiana. The Huntington retail hardware store founded in 1848 was purchased by Albert Reichenbach and Edward Wickenhiser in 1891. Lloyd G. Caley bought interest in it in 1943 and affiliated with Cotter & Co. in 1970 when the store became True Value Hardware.”
(Indiana Historical Society, Assorted Images from IHS Collections, F534_H88_A18_1898_120.)
“Catalog; Mead and Prentice, 1898. Catalog for Mead and Prentice Bicycles. Has a soft cover with two staples printed in orange, white, and black.On the right side of the page are white words on an orange background reading, “A little early talk on 98 bicycles.” A large picture is present in the middle of the page with a woman in an orange coat and black and white skirt looking at the orange bicycle held by a man in a black suit. To the left of this picture are the words, “Mead & Prentiss, Chicago.”
(Nebraska State Historical Society, catalog number 7294-4814.)
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