Title: Kansas City Oat Meal & Cereal Co.
Description: Advertising card for Kansas City Oat Meal & Cereal Co. showing a woman and little girl with arms around each other. Front of card says: “Why is a kiss like a rumour?” Back of card says: "Eat Atlas Oats. The great and coming food for Fathers, Mothers and Children and all who wish health combined with economy. Atlas Oats are sold in two pound packages only by all grocers." Bottom of card says: "Solution. Because it goes from mouth to mouth." Address given only as U. S. A.
Product: Atlas Oats
Subject(s): Advertising cards; Cereal products; Oats; Mothers & children;
Local Subject(s): Kansas City Oat Meal and Cereal Co.;
Date: ca. 1880-1900
Item Type: Advertising Card
Dimensions: 7 x 10 cm.
Collection: Advertising Cards (SC3)
See finding aid: http://www.kchistory.org/u?/Local,37216
Company Notes: Address given in 1901 City Directory: 1200 to 1208 W. 8th St., Kansas City, Mo.
Location: SC3, Box 2, Food/Beverages/Grocers
Barcode: Front: 10019463; Back: 10019466
Repository: Missouri Valley Special Collections, Kansas City Public Library, Kansas City, Missouri
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