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The obverse bears seated Ceres, goddess of Plenty, holding cornucopia in right and cradling seated calf at her left; around edge, pig, sheep, chicken and cow. Around inside of center field, DODGE & OLCOTT ACHIEVEMENT AWARD; at bottom in small cartouche, D.& O / ESTABLISHED (????)
The reverse bears inscription FOR / OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTION / TO THE GROWTH & WELFARE / OF THE MEAT PACKING INDUSTRY / AWARDED / TO / (cartouche) / 19 (cartouche)
While Dodge & Olcott were mainly known as a chemical firm that created basic ingredients for perfume and apothecary needs, they also seemed to have a presence in the agricultural sector. I was not able to track down any public news articles relating to this award but D&O sponsored scholarships for promising agrichemical students.
This medal measures 76mm in diameter and was struck by the Medallic Art Company of New York.
References: MACo 1955-054
This was the third of the prestigious Brookgreen Gardens member medals, issued in 1975.
The obverse bears bust of Theodosia Burr Alston, l. Above and below, BROOKGREEN / GARDENS; on left, THEODOSIA / BURR / ALSTON; on right, 1783 / 1813 / (RAW monogram)
The reverse bears wreath held on left and right by two winged putte. Above, BORN / IN ALBANY / NEW YORK; below, LOST / AT SEA; inside wreath, MARRIED / TO / JOSEPH ALSTON / IN 1801 / HIS PLANTATION / "THE OAKS" / IS NOW A PART OF / BROOKGREEN / GARDENS
The medal measures 76mm in diameter and was produced by the Medallic Art Company.
The obverse bears portrait of Hbert H. Humphrey, left. Above, HUBERT H. HUMPHREY; signed over shoulder on right, RAW / © 77.
The reverse reads PRESENTED / BY THE / HUBERT H. HUMPHREY / INSTITUTE OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS / UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA / IN APPRECIATION OF / YOR SUPPORT / (signature of Hubert H Humphrey) / (UM logo).
Edge marked with MEDALLIC ART CO. - DANBURY, CT. - BRONZE.
Hubert Horatio Humphrey, Jr. (May 27, 1911 - January 13, 1978) was an American politician who served as the 38th Vice President of the United States under President Lyndon B. Johnson, from 1965 to 1969. Humphrey twice served in the United States Senate, representing Minnesota from 1949 to 1964 and 1971 to 1978. He was the nominee of the Democratic Party in the 1968 presidential election, losing to the Republican nominee, Richard Nixon.
After leaving the Vice Presidency, Humphrey taught at Macalester College and the University of Minnesota before retrning to the Senate. The Institute of Public Affairs was named after Humphrey to honor both his public service and his service to the University of Minnesota.
This medal measures 76mm in diameter and was struck by the Medallic Art Company of Danbury, Connecticut.
This medal was chosen as the 115th issue of the prestigious Society of Medalists series in 1987.
The obverse bears slice of Swiss cheese with mouse emerging from hole at lower right; cat peeking around corner at left.
The concordant reverse shows the other side of the Swiss cheese with body of cat, tail curled at feet. Behind right forepaw, signed RAW
The medal measures 69mm x 55mm and was produced by the Medallic Art Company. The reported mintage is 750 pieces in bronze.
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