Col-lee, Cherokee chief, matchbook with biography. Copyright 1979, Ohio Match Company, Wadsworth, Ohio U.S.A. 44281.
The matchbook has the bust of Col-lee on the closing flap printed in brown, yellow, green, black and orange on a yellow background. He is labeled, "Col-lee" and "Cherokee Chief". The text panel on the back has a "CWY" design in the top left corner and reads, "Col-lee was known as the dignified chief of the Cherokees, originally from the south-eastern part of the country. They were the most advanced Indians and the first Indians to have a written alphabet."
The flat matches have black fronts and backs with blue sulfur tips.
|Dimensions||W-2 L-2 inches|
|Collection||Plastic & Composite Objects|