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  • Collection: Selected Small Broadsides

Black Valley Railroad guide

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Temperance broadside in the form of a railroad handbill and timetable.

Lieutenant governor's address. : Gentlemen of the Council, and of the House of Representatives, I embrace this opportunity to manifest my acceptance of the office, to which I have been declared duly elected. ...

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Communicating the "wish hereafter not to be considered as a candidate for any office" and expressing "the deep sense of gratitude which I feel to my fellow citizens." Signed: Paul Brigham. Montpelier, Oct. 15th, 1819. Text printed in two columns.

Amos 'n' Andy punch-out figures

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Five cardboard standup figures depicting Andy Brown, Amos Jones, both standing and in the Fresh Air Taxi, King Fish, and Bill Hay. The figures were produced in 1931 by the Pepsodent Company, sponsor of the Amos 'n' Andy radio show.

Mr. and Mrs. Francis A. Rugg announce their eighth season : July 12 to September 12, 1941 / Mr. and Mrs. Francis A. Rugg

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Advertising postcard for the Carriage House Studio. The Carriage House Studio was opened in 1934 by Sarah Pomeroy and Francis Augustus Rugg in Arlington, Vermont. By the time they closed their operations in the "old carriage house" in 1949, the…

Dear friends -- here, there and everywhere : when we opened the Carriage House Studio in 1934, we little dreamed that we would spend 16 seasons in Arlington... / Sarah P. and Francis A. Rugg.

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Postcard announcing the final summer of the Carriage House Studio. Postmarked July 27, 1949. The Carriage House Studio was opened in 1934 by Sarah Pomeroy and Francis Augustus Rugg in Arlington, Vermont. By the time they closed their operations in…

Schedule of exhibits / Mr. and Mrs. Francis A. Rugg

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Advertising brochure announcing the sixth season of photography exhibits at the Carriage House Studio. Illustrated by Mr. Rugg's view of Plymouth, Vt., which was made into a giant photo-mural, 20 x 27 feet, in the Vermont area of the New England…

Millennial song. Tune--"Rosin the bow."

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Poem in 8 stanzas, printed in 2 columns. Initials A. H. M. in manuscript at the bottom of the broadside, possibly Andrew H. Mills (1813-1894) of Middlebury, Vermont.