272 results found for: Broadside

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1850

Hayden, E. S.

Splendid daguerreotype miniatures, taken in every style by E. S. Hayden

Waterbury (Conn.) - Broadside advertisement for Waterbury-based daguerreotypist printed with blanks, apparently for use as he worked as an itinerant in other towns.

Broadside and Poster Collection

1932

Steady work -- real wages / Elect Gaspar G. Bacon Governor

Boston (Mass.) - Broadside supporting Gaspar G. Bacon for governor of Massachusetts.

Communist Party of Massachusetts Collection

1801

Barton, Siley

A poem, on death, written by Mrs. Siley Barton, previous to her death, and was sung in the Meeting-House, at her Funeral in Sutton, before a large concourse of Spectators

Worcester (Mass.) - Poetical broadside on death, containing 7 quatrains, with cut of urn at top and serpentine border along the sides decorated with row of skulls and crossbones at bottom and hourglasses at top; top of border broken by phrase 'My glass is run.' Not in Imprints, Wegelin, WorldCat.

Broadside and Poster Collection

1798

Verses made on the sudden death of six young women and one boy, who were drowned at Jamestown, Rhode-Island, July 13, 1782

Newport (R.I.) - Broadside poem in to columns and 24 quatrains, with typographical line between, on death of six women and a boy by drowning. Evans no. 4874; Wegelin 820.

Broadside and Poster Collection