Citation
The Prince of Gators cigar label for the Ballard Cigar Factory.

Material Information

Title:
The Prince of Gators cigar label for the Ballard Cigar Factory.
Creator:
Tony Pizzo Collection ( Contributor )
Publication Date:
Physical Description:
1 cigar label ( 12 x 12 cm )

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Symbol, Trade ( Advertising Medium, Communication Artifact ) ( nmc )
Cigar label ( lctgm )
A.C. Ballard and Company Cigar Factory (2007 21st Street) ( lctgm )
Cigar industry ( lctgm )
Spatial Coverage:
Tampa |z 1271000 |2 ceeus
Hillsborough County |z 12057 |2 ceeus
United States of America -- Florida -- Hillsborough County -- Tampa

Notes

General Note:
Many cigar workers arrived in the city imbued with conceptions of themselves as workmen that were framed by pre-industrial notions of craftsmanship. These age-old work patterns and rhythms created a fierce sense of independence and pride in individuals possessing craft skills. Any threats to these familiar patterns were sure to place workers in an adversary relationship with their employers. Also affecting labor relations was the popularity of radical social ideologies (socialism, anarchism) among workers, which served to intensify a sense of labor militancy.
Funding:
Funded in part by the Institute for Museum and Library Services (IMLS), Ephemeral Cities Project.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of South Florida
Holding Location:
University of South Florida, Tampa FLorida, Special Collection
Rights Management:
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Resource Identifier:
P21-0253