Arnold brand pesticide garden hose sprayer.
A. Metal and green plastic garden hose attachment. Long neck with sprayer tip and valve near garden hose attachment area. Green plastic tube holds pesticide chemicals.
Metal pesticide fumigator, box, rope electrical cord, instructions, and record log.
A. Small, metal cup with plastic bottom, two prongs, and metal handle.
B. Blue rope electrical cord.
C. Box with red and blue text on…
- Circa 1931
Cornelius brand pesticide sprayer.
A. First of two identical brown bottles.
B. Metal sprayer attachment engraved "MFG BY CORNELIUS..." with rubber knob.
C. Second of two identical brown bottles.
D. Cardboard box for…
- Circa 1944
Air-Way brand pesticide vacuum sprayer with glass jar and box.
A. Glass jar with small label. Text reads "Moth Control Especially Prepared For Use with Wirl A Way Insector."
B. Metal, blue Wirl-A-Way sprayer with two…
- After 1930 – before 1949
The Tanglefoot Company first introduced the Difusor insecticide sprayer and Difuso insecticide in 1932. Difuso was a pyrethrum-based insecticide. At the time, the Difusor was considered a revolutionary new method of…
- After 1928 – before 1939
Hand sprayer with wooden hand pump and metal canister labeled "FLIT" in yellow text on blue banner. Marching soldier graphic. Metal canister attached at front end of sprayer with metal screw cap.
Hand sprayer with wooden hand pump and metal canister labeled "Fly-Tox" in red text on blue and white background. Round metal canister with screw cap attached to front end of sprayer.
- Before 1927 – before 1959
Hand sprayer with wooden hand pump and metal canister labeled "FlyDed" in white text with blue outline on bright orange background. Green glass jar attached with metal screw cap at front end of sprayer.