: Advertisement of New Year's cards for the year 1881, produced by the Cleveland Paper Company. Described as "The Latest Style New Year Cards, " the designs labeled No. A through No. K feature Baby New Year, a snowy cabin, a ship in harbor, a woodland scene and more. Prices and ordering instructions are also given. Incorporated in 1860, the company was operating four paper mills by 1886, as well as a four-story headquarters and warehouse at 128 St. Clair Street, with approximately 550 employees. It was acquired by the Mead Corporation in 1957. View on Ohio Memory.
: OVS1241 Subjects
: New Year's; Holidays; Celebrations; Correspondence; Printing industry and trade--Ohio; Places
: Cleveland (Ohio); Cuyahoga County (Ohio)