|Title||The Grocer and Butcher, Vol. 1, No. 43.|
|Scope & Content||September 26, 1887, edition of The Grocer and Butcher, the "Official Organ of the Retail Grocers and Butchers Associations" of Detroit, Mt. Clemens, and Toledo. The issue contains news of interest to grocers including a meeting of the Detroit Grocer's Association, legislation requiring the inspection of beef and milk for tuberculosis, and trade with Canada. Numerous advertisements, primarily for grocers and dry goods, are also contained within. The issue is bound in a green paper cover with engravings of the interiors of a grocery store and a butcher shop printed in the masthead.|
|Extent of Description||
10" x 13.5"
The Grocer and Butcher