92 results found for: genres:"Broadsides"

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1935

United Shoe and Leather Workers Union

To all members of the United Shoe and Leather Workers Union! Make our union an organization that will fight for the interests of all show and leather workers!

Boston (Mass.) - Broadside calling for organizing unemployed, oppose closing of factories, and bargaining rights, etc.

Communist Party of Massachusetts Collection

1934

Communist Party of the United States of America . New England District

Workers of Boston! Demonstrate against war all out

Boston (Mass.) - Broadside announcing rally on Boston Common on 20th anniversary of the start of World War I to oppose war and Fascism and to defend the Communist Party and unemployment relief; defend Soviet Union and Chinese Soviets.

Communist Party of Massachusetts Collection

1936 Jan. 26

Communist Party of the United States of America . New England District

Lenin Memorial

Boston (Mass.) - Broadside with program of concert at Symphony Hall, Boston, to commemorate anniversary of Lenin's death, culminating with speech by Earl Browder.

Communist Party of Massachusetts Collection

1934

American League Against War and Fascism

Extra! World War Looms

Boston (Mass.) - Broadside announcing "Huge indoor meeting" at the Repertory Hall, Boston, to "Demonstrate against U.S. war plans, against relief funds for armament, against oppression of colonial peoples, against terrorization of Negro workers, against the use of troops as strike breakers." Speaker: H. W. L. Dana.

Communist Party of Massachusetts Collection

1859

Friends of freedom! Read and circulate

New York (N.Y.) - "The net proceeds from all sales of this slip given to the John Brown Fund."

Antislavery Pamphlet Collection

1933

New England Organizing Committee for the U.S. Congress Against War

New England opponents of war: workers, students, members of professions

Boston (Mass.) - Call for mass meeting at the Old South Meeting House to go to New York to attend the U.S. Congress Against War, demand withdrawal of U.S. troops from Cuba.

Communist Party of Massachusetts Collection

1789

Providence Society for Abolishing the Slave-Trade

Constitution of the Providence Society for Abolishing the Slave-Trade

Providence (R.I.) - Printed constitution with note added in manuscript: "Adopted, 20th day of 2d mo. 1789."

Moses Brown Papers

1934

Communist Party of the United States of America . New England District

17th anniversary celebration of Russian revolution

Boston (Mass.) - Broadside announcing program of entertainment for celebration of the Russian Revolution at Dudley Street Opera House (Roxbury). Speaker Pat Toomey, with a program including The Group Theatre, the Russian-Ukrainian Choir, and "a brilliant young Negro pianist."

Communist Party of Massachusetts Collection