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1970

Study... Esperanto, the international language!

United States - Promotional handout for Esperanto courses. From ephemera associated with the Esperanto Information Center.

Esperanto Information Center Records

1935

Esperanto The second language for all!

Washington (D.C.) - Promotional flier for Esperanto, touting its neutralist and simplicity. From ephemera associated with the Esperanto Information Center.

Esperanto Information Center Records

1964

A language for the jet age: Esperanto, the international language

New York (N.Y.) - Promotional tri-fold brochure for Esperanto as a neutral, easy to learn, international language. From ephemera associated with the Esperanto Information Center.

Esperanto Information Center Records

1965

Esperanto at a glance

Burlingame (Calif.) - Promotional flier with a simplified overview of Esperanto language, with UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights printed on verso in England and Esperanto. From ephemera associated with the Esperanto Information Center.

Esperanto Information Center Records

1965

Esperanto: a world language which will save us from linguistic chaos

New York (N.Y.) - Promotional flier touting Esperanto. From ephemera associated with the Esperanto Information Center.

Esperanto Information Center Records

1965

Complete grammar, alphabet and pronunciation of Esperanto / Introductory lesson in Esperanto

New York (N.Y.) - Promotional flier with a simplified overview of Esperanto language. From ephemera associated with the Esperanto Information Center.

Esperanto Information Center Records

1970

Be ahead of your generation... speak Esperanto, the international language!

New York (N.Y.) - Promotional handout for Esperanto as a "universal tongue for all." From ephemera associated with the Esperanto Information Center.

Esperanto Information Center Records

1951

American Peace Crusade

Which is the way to peace?

New York (N.Y.) - Describing the founding tenets of the Crusade; insisting that "war is not inevitable"; and seeking recipients' cooperation with and involvement in the pacifist cause.

W. E. B. Du Bois Papers

1951

American Peace Crusade

Now the people speak!

New York (N.Y.) - Reporting a Gallup Poll's findings on American opinions on the Korean conflict, and inquiring, "Are you for bringing our troops back?"

W. E. B. Du Bois Papers

1960 June 10

Samuel Mabry Defense Committee against Police Brutality (New York, N.Y.)

Patrolman brutally assaults Purple Heart veteran

New York (N.Y.) - Describing and condemning the wholly unprovoked abuse of a "much-decorated, partially disabled Negro veteran"; announcing the founding of the committee in defense thereof; and informing recipients how they can participate in said efforts.

W. E. B. Du Bois Papers