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Name Eaton-Clark Company

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Image of 1938.001.002 - Card, Greeting

1938.001.002 - Card, Greeting

Eaton-Clark Company Christmas card for 1938 which was also the 100th anniversary year for the company. The card has an engraved etching of the company offices and factory which is printed in black ink on heavy white paper. The paper has a decorative embossed border which also shows the company 100th anniversary medallion in gold ink in the upper right corner of the card. The text is printed in black and gold ink.

Image of 1947.019.093 - Card, Greeting

1947.019.093 - Card, Greeting

Eaton-Clark Company Christmas card for 1938 which was also the 100th anniversary year for the company. The card has an engraved etching of the company offices and factory which is printed in black ink on heavy white paper. The paper has a decorative embossed border which also shows the company 100th anniversary medallion in gold ink in the upper right corner of the card. The text is printed in black and gold ink.

Image of 1949.269.001 - Program

1949.269.001 - Program

Invitation card to the Eaton-Clark Company's Centennial Anniversary Dinner held on January 14, 1938 at the Hotel Statler. The menu, the program of speakers, and lists of officers, department heads, and long term employees are contained within. The program is bound with gold ribbon in a cardstock cover printed on the front with two gold embossed seals, one showing an early chemist working in a lab, the other showing the Eaton-Clark building.

Image of 1949.269.997 - Stationery

1949.269.997 - Stationery

Eaton-Clark Company stationery printed with a letterhead noting the company's one hundredth anniversary in 1938. The letterhead lists the address as 1490 Franklin Street, and the cable address as Theaton Detroit. The lower left corner is printed with two gold embossed seals, one showing an early chemist working in a lab, the other showing the Eaton-Clark building.

Image of 2008.112.223 - Card, Greeting

2008.112.223 - Card, Greeting

Single-sided holiday greeting card printed on beige textured paper bearing a print from an engraving titled, "View of Detroit from Windsor in the Year 1851." Depicted within are people standing aside a ferry house dock, sailboats and steamships traveling along the river, and Detroit on the opposite shore. The engraving is credited to R. Bürger, and the etching to Chas. Curry. "With the Season's Greetings from Eaton-Clark Company, Established 1838, Detroit, Michigan, Windsor, Ontario" is printed below. "Berrien Eaton" is written in scrip at the lower left corner.

Image of 2008.112.224 - Card, Greeting

2008.112.224 - Card, Greeting

Single-sided holiday greeting card printed on off-white textured paper bearing a print from an engraving titled, "Steamer MAYFLOWER and Detroit Riverfront from Canada in the Year 1852." Depicted within are well-dressed people standing in the foreground among the foliage on Windsor's shore. The steamer MAYFLOWER is in the center of the composition, heading down river. Surrounding it are smaller sailing ships and steamers. Detroit is in the background. The domed roundhouse of the Michigan Central Railroad yard is visible among the buildings. A note in the corner credits the engraving to an 1852 issue of Gleason Pictorial, and the etching to Charles E. Curry. "Christmas and New Year Greetings,

Image of 2014.002.181 - Print

2014.002.181 - Print

Print of an engraving by Charles Curry of the American Hotel Block given out by the Eaton-Clark Company during the holiday season. The image is captioned, "The American Hotel Block, Jefferson Avenue, S.E. corner Randolph Street, Detroit where this business was founded in 1838 and remained until 1848. Christmas and New Year Greetings, Eaton-Clark Company. The print is on beige paper with an embossed border. "M.E. Taylor," is handwritten in the lower right corner.

Image of 2014.002.762 - Print

2014.002.762 - Print

Print of an etching by M. Cortis-Stanford, based on an engraving by C. Bürger of the Michigan Central Railroad depot along Third Street in 1853, given out by the Eaton-Clark Company during the holiday season. The sidewheel passenger steamer MAY FLOWER is depicted docked along the riverfront. The image is captioned, "Michigan Central Railroad, Detroit 1853, in Pioneer Days of Eaton-Clark Company," and includes the handwritten message, "Christmas and New Year Greetings from Eaton-Clark Co. Established 1838," and "B.E. Eaton."