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Commercial Travelers for Coolidge and Dawes, 1924

Pamphlet published by Commercial Travelers, an insurance company, endorsing Calvin Coolidge and Charles G. Dawes for President and Vice President in the 1924 election. The text describes Coolidge as maintaining "honesty, loyalty, and practical…

To the Voters of Washington County, 1924

Statement by members of the Fred J. Davis Senatorial Club explaining their endorsement of Davis for the office of State Senator from Washington County. The members point to the underrepresentation of Davis's hometown of Northfield in Washington…

Speech of Ex-Governor William W. Stickney of Vermont Seconding Nomination of Coolidge, Cleveland, June 12, 1924

Text of a speech given by former Vermont governor William W. Stickney at the 1924 Republican national convention (Cleveland, June 12, 1924), seconding the nomination of Calvin Coolidge for president. Stickney speaks to Coolidge's identity as a native…

Washington County Rally, Porter Dale for Senate, 1923

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Poster advertising a rally at the Barre City Opera House in support of the senatorial campaign by Porter H. Dale, October 6, 1923. Dale was scheduled to speak at the event, addressing issues central to the campaign, including "BOLSHEVISM, THE SOLDIER…

Porter Dale Primary Petition Mailing, 1923

Included here are materials sent by Porter H. Dale to Ozi S. Law of Wallingford, Vermont, requesting his signature on an enclosed primary petition. Dale was seeking the Republican Party nomination for United States Senator. The envelope, postmarked…

Mason S. Stone for Congress Mailer, 1923

Mailer sent by the Mason S. Stone campaign for the 1923 special Republican primary for the United States House of Representatives. Printed on cardstock, the document was sent through the mail folded in half and addressed on one side. This copy is…

What Does It Mean? An Address by Porter H. Dale on the Issues of this Campaign Including Bolshevism, The Soldier Bloc, The Farmer Bloc, The Mother Bloc, The Volstead Act. At Middlebury, Rutland and Brattleboro, 1923

Booklet containing the text of an address given by Porter H. Dale during the 1923 special Republican senatorial primary to fill a seat vacated following the death of William P. Dillingham. Dale opens by situating the audience in the current political…

Portrait of Abram W. Foote, 1922

Halftone portrait of Abram W. Foote, candidate for Governor in 1922. Foote served as the Lieutenant Governor of Vermont from 1921-1923 and lost the 1922 Republican gubernatorial primary to Redfield Proctor, Jr.

Vermont Republican Party Pamphlet, 1922

Pamphlet issued by the Republican State Committee leading up to the statewide election of November 7, 1922. The cover of the tri-fold pamphlet includes halftone portraits, surrounded by flags and an eagle, of the party's candidates for Governor and…

Certification of Electors for President and Vice President of the United States, 1876

This document certified the identities of the five electors who would represent Vermont to the Electoral College in the 1876 presidential and vice presidential election. The certificate is signed by the clerks from each of Vermont's counties and…

Frederick H. Babbitt Campaign Literature, 1920

Included here are two pieces of campaign literature and a letter from Frederick H. Babbitt to Harold Goddard Rugg. Babbitt was a candidate for the 1920 Republican nomination for Governor of Vermont. In his May 25, 1920 letter, he responds to a…

Questionnaire for Republican Gubernatorial Candidates, May 22, 1920

Questionnaire addressed to the candidates for the 1920 Republican nomination for Governor: James Hartness, Frederick H. Babbitt, Curtis S. Emery, and Frank W. Agan. The questionnaire was circulated by H.S. Wardner, a resident of Windsor, VT, seeking…