Very sharp lighted sign, probably from the 40’s. Has a metal case with a plastic advertising insert and hangs by a chain or has small legs for standing. The plastic insert on this sign was very prone to warping badly from the heat of the early flourescent lighting design. Not many decent ones survived. Measures 26 inches wide, 7 inches high, and 4 inches deep. For you history buffs, flourescent lighting was introduced in 1938. This sign was made by Crystal Manufacturing Co. of Chicago.
This is an example of a business card carried by company employees. A fold card with the picture of the brewery inside. I Imagine this dates back to the 50’s. The fold design was convenient for writing notes to prospective customers.
A uniform patch worn by the Stegmaier band. Page 37 shows some band concert programs. 50’s vintage.