Illustration of a yellow chick on a grey cracked egg background
BASTIAN BROS. CO. MFRS OF CELLULOID NOVELTIES. ROCHESTER, N. Y. union bug
The American Baby Chick Producers Association in Chicago was a group of individual agriculture professionals hatching eggs for sale to local individuals and chicken farms. Members used the endorsement of the association to increase their reputation and their business at conferences and in newspaper ads. In the 1929 Department of Commerce report—two years after this member was recognized for 25 years of service—this association consisted of 400 members within the Chicago area.
Department of Commerce. (1929). Commercial and industrial organizations of the United States (p. 2). Washington, DC: United States Government Printing Office. Retrieved from https://books.google.com/books?id=goGtQDNDEBEC&pg=PA52&lpg=PA52&dq=ameri...