The University of Washington’s archive of advertising from the West, 1867 to 1918:

Many of the advertisements shed light on the history and social conditions of the Pacific Northwest. (T)he collection touches upon important historical issues such as the Washington state prohibition movement, the 1897 Alaskan Gold Rush and regional railroad construction. It also provides examples of race and gender based stereotypes commonly used by advertisers.

The fact it has a collection of images labeled “Quackery” is particularly awesome.

Thanks, Coudal.