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Armour Company Calendar 1907. Material: paper. Size: 10" x 15". Description: Calendar for 1907, promoting the Armour company, entitled, "Armour's Art Calendar 1907"; March and April calendars imprinted beside an illustration portrait of a beautiful woman of the early 1900s wearing a hair garland and drawn by C. Allan Gilbert.
Armour and Company was an American slaughterhouse and meatpacking company founded in Chicago, Illinois, in 1867 by the Armour brothers, led by Philip Danforth Armour. Charles Allan Gilbert was an American illustrator and film animator (better known as C. Allan Gilbert) who was born in Hartford, Connecticut on September 3, 1873 and died on April 20, 1929. He was also the official portrait painter for the state of Connecticut.