334 results found for: genres:"Fliers (printed matter)"

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1941 Oct. 29

Kaufman, Milton

Letter from Milton Kaufman to members of the Detroit pro-administration caucus

New York (N.Y.) - Lengthy analysis of the whys and wherefores of the referendum campaign, factionalism, the Guild.

Charles L. Whipple Papers

1941

Committee for a United Guild

Three Guildsmen from Detroit tell why they will vote for Sullivan

New York (N.Y.) - Support for candidacy of Donal Sullivan as ANG president.

Charles L. Whipple Papers

1941

International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union . Local 108 (Harrisburg, Pa.)

You can't be fired

Harrisburg (Pa.) - Flier organizing workers for ILGWU Local 108 (Harrisburg, Pa.). Pencilled note on verso regarding red-baiting and American Newspaper Guild policy.

Charles L. Whipple Papers

1918 Oct.

What are we fighting for?

A flier featuring quotations of correspondence between the United States and German governments towards armistice negotiations.

Nash-Scott Family Papers

1848 Jan. 28

Quaboag Seminary

Quaboag Seminary: The spring term will commence on Wednesday, March 1st, and continue eleven weeks

S.l. - Flier announcing new semester of the Quaboag Seminary, issued under the name of the principal, Austin J. Coolidge

Mary Ann Moore Richardson Collection

1990

Gwin, Lucy

This brain has a mouth! informational flyer

Rochester (N.Y.) - Describing the forthcoming newspaper as an open forum, its constituency as 'people whose brains have been traumatically injured,' and its mission to open lines of communication between these readers.

Lucy Gwin Papers

1990

Gwin, Lucy

Name his deficits!

Rochester (N.Y.) - Parody board game advertisement, altered Matt Groening comic, and informational flyer announcing and describing the forthcoming newspaper.

Lucy Gwin Papers

1965

Esperanto at a glance

Meadeville (Pa.) - Promotional flier with a simplified overview of Esperanto language. From ephemera associated with the Esperanto Information Center.

Esperanto Information Center Records

1965

Esperanto: the talk of the world

Burlingame (Calif.) - Promotional flier touting Esperanto as a easy to learn, international language. From ephemera associated with the Esperanto Information Center.

Esperanto Information Center Records

1967

Coup d'oeil sur l'Esperanto La langue internationale neutre et facile perrmettant de se faire comprendre dans le monde entier

Ottawa (Ont.) - Promotional flier introducing Esperanto and encouraging learners. From ephemera associated with the Esperanto Information Center.

Esperanto Information Center Records