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Guide to the Baugh and Sons Company photographs and advertisements, 1905-1932

Abstract

Producers and distributors of phosphate fertilizer and agricultural chemicals, based in Philadelphia, and Norfolk, Va.

Collection includes photographs and advertisements of the Baugh and Sons Company, a chemical distributor associated with Baugh Chemical Company of Baltimore. Topics include offices, factories, products, personnel, and crops. Farm scenes are from New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and North Carolina.

Descriptive Summary

Repository
David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Duke University
Creator
Baugh and Sons Company (Philadelphia, Pa.)
Title
Baugh and Sons Company photographs and advertisements 1905-1932
Language of Material
English
Extent
0.5 Linear Feet, 101 Items
Location
For current information on the location of these materials, please consult the Library's online catalog.

Collection Overview

Photographs and advertisements of the Baugh and Sons Company, a chemical distributor associated with Baugh Chemical Company of Baltimore. Topics include offices, factories, products, personnel, and crops. Farm scenes are from New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and North Carolina.

Administrative Information

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Collection is open for research.

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Contents of the Collection

Asparagus field
Box 1 2A
Benjamin Harris Brewster, 1872-1941, President of Baugh and Sons, 1932 (Includes signature)
Box 1 4
Potato field, 1911 Almanac
Box 1 9A
Ship at dock, 1908 Almanac
Box 1 38-A
Norfolk, Va., Office
Box 1 49-A-1
Machinery (Ovens)
Box 1 54-A
Bag of phosphate
Box 1 108-A
Potato field with men and equipment, 1911
Box 1 125-A
Shelf display of Baugh products, including view of Delaware River Chemical Works, circa 1905
Box 1 126-A-2
Bone shed and workers at a Baugh & Sons plant
Box 1 129-A
Cornfield and farm buildings, Hackensack, N.J.
Box 1 155
Farm workers and outbuildings, Hackensack, N.J.
Box 1 157
Cornfield with farmer and equipment
Box 1 164
Cornfield and equipment
Box 1 170
Cornfield on James Wharton Farm, Newtown Square, Pa., 1910
Box 1 175
Potato field, Garrison Farm, Bridgeton, 1910
Box 1 176
Potato field, Mich Farm, 1910
Box 1 180
Potato field, Mich Bros., 1910
Box 1 186
Mat for 1914 raw bone manures ad
Box 1 207
Mat for Supplemental to Baugh's Booklet
Box 1 218
Potato field, farm buildings in background
Box 1 453-A
Hay field with men
Box 1 456
Hay field with men
Box 1 458-B
Hay field with men (similar to 456)
Box 1 459
Hay field with men and equipment
Box 1 463
Potato field with men, 1911
Box 1 481
Potato field, 1911
Box 1 482
Potato field, 1911
Box 1 484
Potato field
Box 1 485
Office and desk at Baugh & Sons, Jan., 1905
Box 1 561B
Mr. C. Howard Ward's house
Box 1 612-A
Mr. C. Howard Ward's house
Box 1 612-B
Family on porch of house
Box 1 637
Bag of Baugh's 12 & 5 phosphate and potash
Box 1 698
Office of J. Watson Craft (dealer in lumber, coal, flour, fertilizer, grain and feed), with personnel in front, Amblen Pa., 1913
Box 1 776
Mat for 1911 raw bone manures ad
Box 1 810
Burton's Point, docks and building
Box 1 838
Empty bags of Baugh & Sons products displayed, 1911 Almanac
Box 1 94
Street scene, town unknown, with store of Charles A. Long, dealer in fertilizer, etc.
Box 1 292-A
Dried cornstalk
Box 1 886
Mat for Baugh's Farmers' 1911 Almanac
Box 1 890
Potato field with farmer and equipment
Box 1 924
Potato field with farmer and horse
Box 1 931
Fire at Union Petroleum Oil Work, 1913
Box 1 949
Potato field with workers during harvesting, and wagon, 1914 Almanac
Box 1 976
Cornfield with man and boy, 1914 Almanac
Box 1 988
Baugh & Sons display and personnel, probably at a fair
Box 1 996
Baugh & Sons exhibit at New York State Fruit Growers Assoc., Rochester, N.Y., 1914
Box 1 1023
Bone shed and workers at a Baugh & Sons plant
Box 1 1041
Potato field, Minch Berry Farm, 1913
Box 1 1071
Tobacco field and farm buildings
Box 1 1107
Tobacco field of Mr. Jacoby
Box 1 1108
Family on porch of house
Box 1 1126
Cornfield with men, 1914
Box 1 1135
Man and woman in field
Box 1 1161
Tobacco field of C. E. Hart, Ayden, N.C., 1914
Box 1 1167
Wm. Wright on farm of Alex C. Ferguson, Burlington, N.J., 1922
Box 1 1600
Field of ensilage corn, Ephraim T. Gill farm, Haddonfield, N.J., 1922
Box 1 1638
A portion of a herd of 175 Ayrshire cattle, Mrs. John R. Valentine's Highland Farm, Bryn Mawr, Pa., 1922
Box 1 1659
A scene around the stables, Highland Farm, 1922
Box 1 1661
Avenue of French poplar trees, Highland Farm, 1922
Box 1 1663
A famous hunter (horse) and his keeper, Highland Farm, 1922
Box 1 1665
Potato field and men, Joseph M. Garrison's farm, Elmer, N.J., 1922
Box 1 1685
Cotton plant, 1922
Box 1 1691
Alvarez y Rodriguez display
Box 1 1823
North Carolina cotton crop of W.E. Askew, 1914 and 1923 Almanacs
Box 1 1826
Cornfield and man, U.H. McCarter's Tower Hill Farm, Red Bank, N.J., 1923
Box 1 1885
Harvesting in Potato field of Minch Bros., 1911
Box 1 1896
Farm produce stand of Fra. Carhart, Hazlet, Keyport, N.J., 1923. Dealer and farmer.
Box 1 1908
Cornfield and people, 1924
Box 1 1943
Cornfield of George Stillwell, Hopewell, N.J., 1925
Box 1 2016
Cornfield of George Stillwell with man in scene, 1925, Hopewell, N.J.
Box 1 2017
Baugh & Sons Co. and Baugh Chemical Co. offices in Seaboard Bank Bldg., Norfolk, Va.
Box 1 2017
Baugh & Sons Co. and Baugh Chemical Co. offices in building
Box 1 2017
E.T. Short, English Tailor & Importer, New York, store and personnel
Box 1 2017
Plant machinery
Box 1 2017
Bone shed (2)
Box 1 2017
Fertilizer bags (2)
Box 1 2017
Baugh & Sons plant, hay wagon, and trade mark, 1913 Almanac
Box 1 2017
Mat for bone meal bag ad
Box 1 2017
Mat for four fertilizer bags for ad
Box 1 2017
George S. Snyder residence
Box 1 2017
Ship at dock unloading bones (2)
Box 1 2017
Plant scene - bone processing
Box 1 2017
Potato field including buildings, men, and equipment
871
Four pictures at least one of which was in 1912 Almanac
871
E. H. Keen & Co., flour, feed, and grain dealer
876
Town scene with flags and bunting on buildings
386
C. Frank Williamson business
390
Philips-Thompson Co.'s Christina Mills and Grain Elevator. Old streetcar also in scene. 1912 Almanac.
393
Ship Erhard at dock, 1913
1015
Baugh's plant at dockside, Baltimore. 1922 Almanac.
1575
Mat for picture of fertilizer bag. 1923 Almanac.
1833-A
Three plant and dockside scenes Nos. 101-A (1912) Almanac), 91-A, 330-A
1833-A
Man with bags of various Baugh fertilizer products
1833-A
George S. Snyder residence and warehouse, Nos. 344-A, 346-A (1912 Almanac). Includes 389-A, unidentified dealer's establishment, and inset of Delaware River Chemical Works
1833-A

Historical Note

Producers and distributors of phosphate fertilizer and agricultural chemicals, based in Philadelphia, and Norfolk, Va.

Subject Headings

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Baugh and Sons Company photographs and advertisements, David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Duke University

Provenance

The Baugh and Sons Company photographs and advertisements were received by the David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library as a gift.

Processing Information

Processed by Noah Huffman, April 2010

Encoded by Noah Huffman, April 2010

Descriptive sources and standards used to create this inventory: DACS, EAD, NCEAD guidelines, and local Style Guide.

This finding aid is NCEAD compliant.