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Cereals Collection

Background imageCereals Collection: ADVERT FOR FORCE

ADVERT FOR FORCE
High o er the fence leaps Sunny Jim Force is the food which raises him

Background imageCereals Collection: Scene in the International Stores, Crediton, Devon

Scene in the International Stores, Crediton, Devon, with two middle-aged women chatting in an aisle. The photograph dates from before decimalisation of the currency -- tins of peaches are priced at

Background imageCereals Collection: ADVERT / GRAPE NUTS 1913

ADVERT / GRAPE NUTS 1913
Grape Nuts - made of wheat and barley, good for children Date: 1913

Background imageCereals Collection: ADVERT / POST TOASTIES 16

ADVERT / POST TOASTIES 16
Post Toasties breakfast cereal - crisp, delicious, the perfect corn flakes Date: 1916

Background imageCereals Collection: Scene on the Cumberland River, Nashville, Tennessee, USA

Scene on the Cumberland River, Nashville, Tennessee, USA. Date: 1911

Background imageCereals Collection: Wheat Stooks

Wheat Stooks
Wheat stooks in a field. Stooking is a traditional method for stacking harvested cereals, leaning six sheaves against another six. Date: August 1947

Background imageCereals Collection: Advert / Force Flakes Jim

Advert / Force Flakes Jim
Force wheat flakes, with the Sunny Jim mascot Date: late 20th century

Background imageCereals Collection: Shredded Wheat factory, Niagara Falls, New York State, USA

Shredded Wheat factory, Niagara Falls, New York State, USA
Shredded Wheat factory (opened 1901), Buffalo Avenue, Niagara Falls, New York State, USA. Date: circa 1910

Background imageCereals Collection: WW1 poster, Americas food pledge

WW1 poster, Americas food pledge
Poster, Americas food pledge, 20 million tons, save food. US Food Administration. circa 1918

Background imageCereals Collection: WW1 poster, Little Americans do your bit

WW1 poster, Little Americans do your bit
Poster, Little Americans Do Your Bit, Leave nothing on your plate, US Food Administration. circa 1918

Background imageCereals Collection: Agriculture. Threshing. Engraving by R. Milliet. 19th centur

Agriculture. Threshing. Engraving by R. Milliet. 19th centur
Agriculture. Threshing with threshing board. Engraving by R. Milliet. 19th century. Colored

Background imageCereals Collection: Farmers storing grain in a barn. 13th century

Farmers storing grain in a barn. 13th century
13th century miniature which represents a group of farmers storing grain in a barn. Codex of St. Louis (France)

Background imageCereals Collection: Well-Stocked Pantry

Well-Stocked Pantry
A well-stocked pantry, full of cake tins, biscuits, tea, sugar, custard, semolina, breakfast cereals and lemon pie filling, etc. Date: 1960s

Background imageCereals Collection: Oatmeal on Scales

Oatmeal on Scales
Oatmeal is a valuable addition to your everyday diet. It may be used in place of a proportion of the flour in most of your favourite recipies, scones, pastry etc. Date: 1940s

Background imageCereals Collection: Hominy Man, Philadelphia

Hominy Man, Philadelphia
A black man in Philadelphia selling hominy, ground maize boiled in milk or water Date: 1875

Background imageCereals Collection: Advert / Shredded Wheat

Advert / Shredded Wheat
Shredded wheat - " Hallo! fatty, what do they feed you on?" Date: circa 1900

Background imageCereals Collection: Advert / Quaker Oats 1900

Advert / Quaker Oats 1900
Quaker Oats - the Quaker himself, in red coat and hat, holding a box of oats Date: circa 1900

Background imageCereals Collection: Rice on the Plant

Rice on the Plant
A detailed engraving of rice showing how it grows on the plant. Date: 19th century

Background imageCereals Collection: Advertisement, Welgar Shredded Wheat

Advertisement, Welgar Shredded Wheat - Welgar Works Wonders. 1950

Background imageCereals Collection: Women sieving cereals in Sumbawanga

Women sieving cereals in Sumbawanga. Tanzania, Africa

Background imageCereals Collection: Advertisement for Kelloggs breakfast cereals

Advertisement for Kelloggs breakfast cereals (Sugar Frosted Flakes) -- three child models (Adrienne Poster and two others). 1959

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Background imageCereals Collection: Barley Crop

Barley Crop
A crop of barley. Date: 1971

Background imageCereals Collection: Making Starch 18th Franc

Making Starch 18th Franc
Starch manufacturers at various stages of the production in 18th century France. Date: Circa 1760

Background imageCereals Collection: Packing Kelloggs Flakes

Packing Kelloggs Flakes
KELLOGGs CORNFLAKES In the packing room at Battle Creek, the cereals are packed in the inner sealed Waxtite cartons to insure (sic) their crisp freshness Date: 1930s

Background imageCereals Collection: Kelloggs Advert / Sat. Post

Kelloggs Advert / Sat. Post
An advertisement for Kelloggs cornflakes : A girl with a bow in her hair eats her cornflakes Date: 1917

Background imageCereals Collection: Quaker Oats Ad 1931

Quaker Oats Ad 1931
Advert for Quick Quaker Oats which can be knocked up in moments by a young housewife on the hob of a cooker before her hard working husband goes off to the office

Background imageCereals Collection: Ralston Wheat Cereal Ad

Ralston Wheat Cereal Ad
Two little boys combine muscles and it looks as if one hasn t been enjoying the healthy, nutritional benefits of Ralston Wheat Cereal

Background imageCereals Collection: Langstone Mill

Langstone Mill
Langstone windmill and tide mill, Havant, Hampshire. The tower mill was used for milling cereals, the tide mill is in the foreground. Both date from the 18th century

Background imageCereals Collection: Advert / Quaker Oats 1890S

Advert / Quaker Oats 1890S
Quaker Oats - rolled white oats made in Chicago Date: circa 1890s

Background imageCereals Collection: Advert / Cream of Wheat

Advert / Cream of Wheat
Uncle Sam enjoys his Cream of Wheat - even the American Eagle would like a taste

Background imageCereals Collection: Arabs Grinding Corn 1901

Arabs Grinding Corn 1901
Two Palestinian women in Jerusalem grind corn using a hand mill

Background imageCereals Collection: Harvesting Maize

Harvesting Maize
Harvesting maize with machines, USA

Background imageCereals Collection: Kellogg Factory

Kellogg Factory
The home of Kellogg Company, Battle Creek, Michigan, and three other of the companys plants

Background imageCereals Collection: Shredded Wheat Factory

Shredded Wheat Factory
The home of Shredded Wheat at Niagara Falls, New York, the cleanest, finest, most hygienic food factory in the world where 2+ million are made every day

Background imageCereals Collection: Shredded Wheats Home

Shredded Wheats Home
The Home of SHREDDED WHEAT Niagara Falls, New York state, describing itself as the finest and most hygienic industrial building in the world

Background imageCereals Collection: Kelloggs Factory

Kelloggs Factory
KELLOGGs CORNFLAKES The factory at Battle Creek, Michigan, the largest manufacturers of ready-to-eat cereal foods in the world

Background imageCereals Collection: Shredded Wheat Ad / 1935

Shredded Wheat Ad / 1935
Advertisement for Shredded Wheat promoting it as the national breakfast (served with strawberries)


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