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Kellar and his perplexing cabinet mysteries. Strobridge Litho. Co., Cincinnati & New York, ©1894. Chromolithograph poster. (via Gilded Age Magic: Rare theatrical posters of Harry Kellar on view at the Hudson River Museum)
A Currier & Ives color lithograph “Fresh Cool Lager Beer,” dated 1877-1894, which will be a part of the uncoming exhibit “Beer Here,” featuring a small beer hall and the chance to try a selection of New York City and state artisanal beers. (via After New York Historical Society “Beer Here” exhibition tour, hop on over to its bar)