Category Archives: Mail Pouch Tobacco

Dempsey’s Liquor Store – Mail Pouch Tobacco – Waterloo, NY – Featured Fade

© Isaac Hattem

Between Seneca & Cayuga Lakes in the Finger Lake region of New York State is the town of Waterloo, named after the Belgian town where Napoleon didn’t have such a good day in 1815. My buddy Isaac, who I met in Yellowstone last summer, was traveling from Ithaca to Buffalo and shot this for me, almost incredulously.

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Mail Pouch Tobacco – Maroons of Pottsville (PA) – Outskirts of Suburbia Blog

Mailpouch Tobacco

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Another posting of a Mail Pouch we took in Cleveland this summer HERE@OoS!

Mail Pouch Barn – South of Merced, CA

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

Mail Pouch Barn – New Stanton PA

© Vincenzo Aiosa

© Vincenzo Aiosa

Mail Pouch Tobacco – New Baltimore, PA

© Vincenzo Aiosa

© Vincenzo Aiosa

Bloch Bro’s Mail Pouch Tobacco – WT Moore Furniture & Undertaking – Honesdale, NEPA

Main Street © Frank H. Jump

Main Street © Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

Bloch Bro’s – Honesdale, NEPA

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

Mail Pouch Tobacco – Mt. Vernon, Illinois – Bob Kisken

© Bob Kisken

© Bob Kisken

© Bob Kisken

© Bob Kisken

© Bob Kisken

© Bob Kisken

Mail Pouch Tobacco – Layton, NJ – Just over the Dingman’s Ferry Bridge

© Frank H. Jump

© Frank H. Jump

colorantshistory.org’s Robert Baptista Photographs Ads & Ephemera

Mail Pouch Tobacco - Dover, NJ 1991
Mail Pouch Tobacco – Dover, NJ 1991 © colorantshistory.org/Robert Baptista

Edgerton Photographer - Beaumont, TX 1994
Edgerton Photographer – Beaumont, TX 1994 © colorantshistory.org/Robert Baptista

Intercoastal Mercantile Co. 1918 - Vinton, LA 1996
Intercoastal Mercantile Co. 1918 – Vinton, LA 1996

Russo Auto Wreckers, Elizabeth, NJ 1994
Russo Auto Wreckers- Elizabeth, NJ 1994 © colorantshistory.org/Robert Baptista

Aroy Building 1930 - Pt. Arthur, TX 1999
Aroy Building 1930 – Pt. Arthur, TX 1999 © colorantshistory.org/Robert Baptista

Borne Chemical Co., Elizabeth, NJ 1997
Borne Chemical Co., Elizabeth, NJ 1997 © colorantshistory.org/Robert Baptista

Goodyear Tires - Myersville, NJ 1998
Goodyear Tires – Myersville, NJ 1998 © colorantshistory.org/Robert Baptista

Kolsch Beer - Leverkusen, Germany 1999
Kolsch Beer – Leverkusen, Germany 1999 © colorantshistory.org/Robert Baptista

Hi Frank,

Looking at your vast site reminded me of some photos of ads on buildings I have shot in the past. Attached are some that you are welcome to post at your site.

Best Regards,

Robert Baptista

Outstanding shots Robert! -FHJ

The Borne Chemical Co. depicted in the 1997 photo was located on a 9-acre site at 632 South Front St., Elizabeth, NJ. Chemical operations began at the site around 1917. Borne Chemical used the site for the processing and blending of various types of petroleum, dyes and chemical products. When oil prices skyrocketed in the 1970s, the company began to sell recycled motor oil and auto transmission fluid. But oil prices dropped in the 1980s so the company went bankrupt and abandoned the site. The property is now listed as a Superfund site which the City of Elizabeth hopes to redevelop it after the environmental cleanup.

Robert Baptista 2/9/2008

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Mail Pouch Tobacco – Red Key, Indiana – Bob Kisken

Mail Pouch Tobacco - Red Key, Indiana - Bob Kisken
© Bob Kisken

Mail Pouch Barn – Lewistown, NY (near Niagra Falls)

Mail Pouch Barn - Lewistown NY (near Niagra Falls) 1998
© Frank H. Jump

Mail Pouch by Kisken – Red Key, Indiana

© Bob Kisken

© Bob Kisken

© Bob Kisken
© Bob Kisken

Mail Pouch Tobacco – Edgerton, WI 5/07

Kisken Series
© Bob Kisken

Mail Pouch Tobacco- Indiana

This shot was taken by Charles A. Amstein.

Mail Pouch Tobacco, Indiana
Charles said, “This barn is just North of Rte 6, just West of I69 in Indiana.