From a collection of eight photographs of a Portland, Maine meat packer. The other photos are of cutting rooms, finished product, sausage making, bones in barrels and a tidy office. And with the photos are pieces of $1 scrip which the company, John Kern & Son, used to pay workers when Roosevelt declared a National Bank Holiday to prevent a run on the banks. John Kern & Son was eventually bought by Jordan's Meats, in the late 1920s. You can see all the photos this weekend in the shop, and at the upcoming Ephemera Society Conference.