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    Fifty-sixth Annual Convention International Association of Fire Chiefs, PHiladelphia Penna, 1928, Oct. 17-18-19-20
    Creation Date: Oct. 1928
    Catalog ID: 2004.174.8
    Call Number: 2004.174.8
    A very large group of men and some women attending the Fifty-Sixth Annual Convention of the International Association of Fire Chiefs are posed, facing the camera, gathered outside in front of several passenger buses. Most of the men wear a ribbon badge. A man in first row, sixth from left, holds a cigar and wears a fireman's badge. A woman in front row, left of center wears a fox stole. A boy is near lower right corner. On top of one of the buses in the background is printed on photo surface: "Visit to Valley Forge."
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    The man from the south (with a big cigar in his mouth)
    Creation Date: 1930
    Catalog ID: 1994.1.2.495
    Call Number: MUSIC/394.14/B623m/1930
    Sheet music by Rube Bloom and Harry Woods titled, The man from the south (with a big cigar in his mouth). New York City, NY: Skidmore Music Co., 1930. Five pages with illustrations.
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    How to spot a nerd: smoking stinks
    Creation Date: [ca. 1985]
    Catalog ID: 1997.1.295
    Call Number: EPH-C/362.0424/H83sm/1985
    1 poster; ill.; 71 cm.; Photo of youth, with cigarette circled in red
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    [pipe stem]
    Creation Date: late 19th century?
    Catalog ID: 1919.28.55
    Pipe stem, Plains culture area (?), late 19th century (?). Handmade of hardwood, possibly a leg from a chair or a table. One end is flat and has extension for pipe attachment. One side is stained green. The remainder of the stem undulates between narrow and wider rounded sidees. At opposite end is a shorter mouthpiece which is stained green. The stem has a burned stripe design.
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    Exterior 364 Headquarters Dug-out [Camp Lewis, Pierce County]
    Creation Date: May 27, 1918
    Catalog ID: 1957.64.A1636GL
    Call Number: 1957.64.A1636GL
    Black and white, close glass plate negative image of 9 soldiers in work uniform posing at the exterior entrance to the U.S. Army, 364th Headquarters dugout at Camp Lewis, Pierce County, WA, May 27, 1918. One holds 2 candles in his hand, and another is smoking a cigarette. Evergreen branches line the sides of a trench extending on either side of the dugout. Piles of stones and dirt, and the top of another trench are behind the men.
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    Catalog ID: 1999.63.2.91
    Creation Date: ca. 1935
    Catalog ID: 1999.63.2.91
    Call Number: 1999.63.2.91
    Photo of Emil G. and Fritz Sick. Fritz is seated on the grass outside of a house, with Emil standing at his side. Both men hold cigars.
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    [Pipe]
    Creation Date: 1980-2000
    Catalog ID: 2006.123.57
    Pipe with carved catlinite bowl (a) and wooden stem (b). The bowl is L-shaped with a tall rectangular section for the tobacco receptacle and a rounded knob at the elbow. The stem is carved wood with a flat shape. It has a wide buckskin strip around the center which is fringed on both ends. A small bunch of light colored horsehair extends from one end of the buckskin on the underside of the stem. Cord is wrapped around the end of the stem that is inserted into the bowl to make it fit tightly. North American Indian
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    [political premium/bubble gum cigar advertising Ronald Reagan campaign]
    Creation Date: ca. 1980
    Catalog ID: 1994.1.511
    Bubble gum cigar wrapped in cellophane with cigar type label and political advertising for Ronald Reagan.
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    [matchbook for Storeroom Tavern]
    Creation Date: 1999
    Catalog ID: 2014.70.4
    Matchbook advertising the Storeroom TAvern located on Eastlake in Seattle, WA, 1999 ?. Made of paperboard, white on interior and shiny black on exterior. Printed on flap in large white letters: STOREROOM TAVERN. Printed below is the address and telephone number for the tavern. Matchbook contains dark gray cardboard matches with white striking tips. Printed on flap holding matches in place: Cheapest Beer in Seattle.
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    [anti smoking pi]
    Creation Date: 2000-2004
    Catalog ID: 2004.162.504
    Round, pin-back button with red and black lettering supporting a smoking ban. Background is yellow. Maker information printed on edge. At top is red cross with two, horizontal arms of equal length similar to a patriarchal cross.