Ruggles, Nourse & Mason, c1860. A 17 3/4" x 10" illustrated broadside with an image of Crowell's Patent Thermometer Churn at top. "Butter Makers have always understood that to have the Butter "come Quick," or in other words to obtain a quick separation of the butter from the buttermilk, that the cream or milk must be a perfect temperature of 62 degrees. This device claimed to bring the liquid to a perfect temperature for making perfect butter. Comprehensive instructions followed. Sold at Quincy Hall Agricultural Warehouse, Over the Market, Boston and thier Works in Worcester. also available by other. Varied and elaborate decorative device border design. Reverse is blank. Letter folds.
(Inventory #: 28001652)