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- Collection: Selected Small Broadsides
On p. : caption title as above text beginning with "Ten years ago Kendall's Spavin Cure was practically unknown," followed by list of testimonials continuing onto p. ; verso has heading "Convincing evidence that Kendall's spavin cure will do…
Old Gifford : this horse, so well known in Vermont and New Hampshire, will stand the coming season at F. A. Wier's Stable, in Walpole, N.H., for the use of Mares / Frederick A. Wier
Handwritten note on back: "This Gifford horse was raised by Ziba Gifford of Tunbridge VT first Morgan horse ever raised in that town he lived to be over 30 years he died in Walepole N.H. - C.A. Gifford, Chelsea, VT"
Poem appeared originally in the Rutland Daily Herald and was written in 1914. Within border of type ornaments. First line: I dreamed that I went to the City of Gold. At end of text: Retnomrev Layol [i.e. Loyal Vermonter].
Within border of type ornaments. First line: When James the base tyrant.
Lists departure times of trains leaving Burlington on and after Monday, November 21, 1859.
Prof. Flint's horse and cattle condition and renovating powders : the best article known as a blood purifier ... address orders to Dr. B.J. Kendall Co., Enosburgh Falls, Vt.
Product description. Woodcut of horse. Advertisement for "Kendall's treatise on the horse and his diseases" on verso.
The Cheney Family respectfully announce that they will give a concert : of vocal music with instrumental accompaniments
Printed on yellow paper and with border of printer's decorations
The Cheney Family respectfully announce that they will give a concert : of vocal music with instrumental accompaniments, [Friday] evening, [March 27] at [the Meetinghouse in Cuttingsville]
Printed on yellow paper and with border of printer's decorations.
Poem protesting Charles Sumner's resolution proposing that the names of battles with fellow citizens not be placed on the regimental colors of the United States.Verse in twenty-eight stanzas first line: Blot our our battle records, boys. Text in two…