An American Time Capsule: Three Centuries of Broadsides and Other Printed Ephemera
A great fraud. New York, 1863.
Great inducement to purchasers of carpets! Three larfe stocks united! ... Geo. W. Chapman & Co ... Boston. Commercial printing house, 36 Kilby Street .
The great issue. Letter from E. M. Davis of Philadelphia. An able plea for the people's money. To John G. Thompson, Chairman State central committee, Columbus Ohio. Philadelphia, Eighth month 31, 1875.
The great issue. Letter from E. M. Davis, of Philadelphia. An able plea for the people's money. Philadelphia, eighth month, 31, 1875. To John G. Thompson, Chairman State Central Committee, Columbus, Ohio.
Great meeting in Faneuil Hall for the abolition of slavery in the District of Columbia. A large and overwhelming meeting of the citixens of Boston and vicinity was held in the old Cradle of liberty, on Friday evening Jan. 28, 1842.
Great men attention! Attention, little men!! All men attention!!! ... There is a new thing under the sun ... Frank G. Johnson's portable letter copying press ... New York John P. Prall, Printer [n. d.].
Great national route from New York to the West. The only route affording the traveller an opportunity of visiting Washington City. Via the Philadelphia, Wilmington & Baltimore, Baltimore & Ohio, and Central Ohio railroads ... [New York. n. d.].
Great news from New York [Cut]. Salem, January 6, 1777. At half past one o'clock on Saturday last arrived an express from Governor Trumbull, of Connecticut, to the Council of this State, with the following most agreeable and important intelligen
Great news. By this morning's mail. Chronicle-office, Wednesday morning, January 22, 1794. (A Hartford paper this moment received by the Post contains the following intelligence which we conceive it is our duty to communicate to an anxious publi
Great northern and eastern railroad route, Rutland, Burlington, Montreal and Ogdensburg. Fare as low as by any other route! ... New York, April 1856.
Great reconciliation: or, Theis all one with atheism ... Joseph Treat. November 25, 1866.
Great reduction in freights! Valentine freight express company, and through ticket office, 240 Broadway. via New York & Erie R. road ... Time contracts will be given to the following places ... New York, Aug. 13, 1857.
Great reduction. Northern passenger and freight express by Troy line of steamers, via Troy, Saragota, Whitehall, Burlington, Plattsburgh and Rouse's point. Montreal & Orgensburgh ... New York, April 1856.
Great sale the largest wholesale stock of clothing in Boston offered to retail purchasers, at cost prices!! Bemis, Boise & Co. 87 Milk, & 88 Congress Sts will sell their entire stock of clothing, amounting to over $100,000! at retail for
The great seal of the State of California.
The great seal of the United States. Author and publisher. Otto Svendsen, Baltimore, c. 1941.
The great sin of profaning the Lord's-day, by worldly business or pleasures, &c. [176-?].
The great union speech of Hon. Alexander H. Stephens, Vice-president of the Southern Confederacy ... [n. p. n. d.].
The great union speech of Hon. Alexander H. Stephens, vice-president of the Southern confederacy ... New York. P. W. Derham, printer and stationer, 15 Nassau Street. [1862?].
Great western & south-western mail route to Cleveland Pittsburg, Columbus, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, Louisville, Terre Haute, Lafayette, St. Louis and all points south and west The following lines and magnificent low pressure steamers form a nig
Great western despatch office, 251 Broadway ... United States Express Co., prop'rs. Time guaranteed via New York & Erie and all other railroads leading west & southwest ... New York, Aug. 11, 1857.
The greatest blessing of the age! Prof. Kayton's great remedy for pains and aches: The oil of life! ... Savannah, Ga. Power press, E. J. Purse. [c. 1869].
The greatest illuminator of the age. Oleine oil ... I. H. Bickford. No. 105 Court Street, Boston. .
The greatest medical discovery of the age. Kennedy's medical discovery; warranted to cure every kind of humor from the worst scrofula down to a common pimple. Manufactured by Donald Kennedy. Roxbury, [Mass. [c. 1854].
The greatest necessity of the age! Gayetty's medicated paper for the water-closet. Read and learn what is in ordinary paper ... J. C. Gayetty N. Y. Barton & son Print, III Fulton street [n. d.].
Greeley on the Ku-Klux. Comments of the New York evening Post on the speech of Mr. Greeley at Corry, Pennsylvania, September 25, 1872. [New York, 1872].
Greeley vs. Grant. The duty of true democrats. An open letter by Hon. Philip Clayton of Georgia. What a life long democrat thinks - Letter of Gen. John A. Dix of New York. [New York, 1872].
Greeley vs. Grant. The duty of true democrats. An open letter by Hon. Phillip Clayton, of Georgia. What a life-long democrat thinks - letter of Gen. John A. Dix, of New York. Atlanta, Ga. July 22, 1872. To the voters of Georgia.
Greeley's amnesty record. ... [New York, 1872].
Green fleas. [Arcadia, Calif.] Raccoon Press, c1964.
Greetings Harriot Stanton Blatch Daughter of Elizabeth Cady Stanton. Lafayette opera house, Washington, D. C. February 15, 1900. I bring to you, Susan B. Anthony, the greetings of your friend and co-worker, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, greetings full
Greetings: Gentlemen: take notice ye members of ye olde Roxburghe Clubbe of San Francisco, in California will gather together with their friends at meate on ye evening of ye 22nd in ye months of Februarius, yt being Anno Dominus MCMXXXII .… Stan
Grocers' ticket. For Governor Hon. Marcus Morton ... [n. d.].
Grover & Baker sewing machines for family sewing and manufacturing ... Reasons why the Grover & Baker machine is universally preferred for family service. [n. d.].
Grover & Baker's celebrated family sewing machines ... .
The Grub street Journal. Vol. I No. 1 Baltimore. Maryland. March 10, 1933. An act for the free circulation of paper money. Baltimore. Salt House Press.
Guide to gesticulation in the Franck system of elocution and voice culture. [c. 1892].
Guide to the Great Eastern Steamship. Captain John Vine Hall commander. [n. p.] [c. 1860].
Guides and studies for American carriage makers. New York. Drawn and published by G. Wertsch & Muller. [c. 1869].
Guildhall, Bristol, September 27, 1775. At a numerous and respectable meeting of the merchants, traders, and others, interested in and well-wishers to American commerce, held at the Guildhall, at eleven o'clock this morning. Mr. Hayes, an eminen
H. R. 174. December 22, 1837 ... A bill to provide compensation to James Barron for the use of his invention called "A ventilator of ships." [Washington, 1837].
H. R. 234. January 27, 1836 ... A bill to provide compensation to James Barron for the use of his invention, called "A ventilator of ships." [Washington, 1836].
H. R. 490. May 20, 1834 ... A bill to provide for the establisment of the Western territory, and for the security and protection of the enigrant and other Indian tribes therein. [Washington, D. C. 1834].
Haerlem, November 21, 1783. State of New-York, ss. By the Council appointed by the Act of the Legislature, entitled, "An act to provide for the temporary government of the southern parts of this state, whenever the enemy shall abandom or shall b
Hagerstown town and county almanac, for the year of our Lord 1888. [Prospectus]. Hagerstown, Md., Printed by John Gruber.
Hail, Columbia! 1798-1887. Joseph Hopkinson. Oliver Wendell Holmes. [Beverly Farms]
The half is more than the whole ... Julius Charles Hare. Philadelphia. Published by The Society for organizing charity, Eleventh and Walnut Sts. [1908?].
Halt the fortification of Panama for sober second thought. [Boston. World peace foundation 1914?].
Hamburg Park. Tuesday, July 26th, 1859, at 4 o'clock Trial of speed Mile heats, best three in five, to saddle ... Also exciting match time ... E. Eastman. Philadelphia U. S. Steam-Power Job printing office, Ledger Buildings .
Hamilton association. Inaugural address of J. Macdonald, Esq. M. D. President. Delivered November 17, 1881.
Hancock Bank, Boston, September 15, 1841. The annual meeting of the stockholders of this bank, will be held at their office No. 61 State Street, Boston, on Monday, the 4th day of October next, at 3 o'clock P. M. for the choice of directors ... E
Hancock House ... Friday June 17th, 1853. Bill of fare ... J. H. & F. F. Farwell, printers 3 & 5 State Street.
A handbill has been circulated this morning by a set of men who, to accomplish their objects, stop at no means however villainous. They represent that I am indebted to the United States the sum of 880, 452 dollars, 97 cents, as Quarter-Master Ge
[Thanksgiving day - 1904.] By the president of the United States of America. A proclamation ... Now, therefore, I Theodore Roosevelt, President of the United States, do hereby appoint ... the twenty-fourth of this November, to be observed as a d
A hap-hazard song for the people. Being one of the series to appear to uncertain intervals. By Miss Terious Devil-up-ments! [1842?].
Harbor sail! The Sloop Shave, will leave Long Wharf this evening, at o'clock. Fare 10 cents. Kendell Holmes, Master. Plymouth, Aug. 2, 1859.
Hard times neighbour!!! [n. p. n. d.].
Hardinge's stenography, recently improved and perfected ... Washington, March, 1843.
Harris' patent portable circular saw machine. Patented October 11th, 1853 ... State or County rights, or single machines for sale by Thomas Palmer. No. 83 Dock Street, Philadelphia.
Harrison & reform. [n. p. 1888.
Harrison panic. He makes way with the Cleveland surplus. Changes the form of debt statement to show a balance. Bankrupts the treasury and brings on the panic. The responsibility fixed. Out of his own mouth he is condemned. [n. p. 1893?].
Harrison song. Written by J. A. Andrew, Esq., and sung at the opening of the Whig Republican Association of Cambridge. .
Harrison! and reform!! To the Log cabin boys. You are, one and all, invited to attend a meeting of the friends of Harrison & reform, at the Old court room, (Riley's building,) on Saturday evening next, at half past seven, to perfect the arrangem
Harrison's national debt. Assumption of the state debts. There is scarcely a single desperate scheme exploded by the people, that Harrison if elected, is not determined to revive ... [1839?].
Harrisonian rally! Keep the ball rolling. A general meeting will be held at the Old Court room, Riley's building on Saturday evening the 18th instant, at early candle light. A punctual attendance is requested. Messrs. Davis, Botkin, Keating and
Harrisonians attend! The Tippecanoe boys of the City of Alton, are requested to meet in the Old Court room, (Riley's building,) this evening, Saturday, August 29th, at 7 o'clock, on business of importance. A general and full attendance of the fr
Harrodsburg, November 8, 1831. Gentlemen. We herewith enclose to you the preamble and resolutions adopted at this place upon yesterday ... At a numerously attended meeting of the Citizens of Mercer County, friendly to the principles and measures
Harry and Aggie; or, the ride ... Published by Crosby, Nichols & Co. Boston. [c. 1855].
Hartford, August 13, 1805. The General Association of the State of Connecticut at their annual sessions in June, 1805, at Guilford, deeply impressed with a sense of the importance of diffusing the knowledge of the plain doctrines and duties of t
Hartford, August 21, 1777 The following is a narrative of part of the transactions at and near Fort Stanwix, since the investiture of that place by the enemy, given in manuscript by Lieutenant-Colonel Willet, of that garrison. [Hartford 1777].
Harvard University in Cambridge, Commonwealth of Massachusetts. The order of the exercises of Commencement. July 20th,M,DCC,XCVI. [Boston: Printed by William Spotswood, 1796].
Harvard University in Cambridge, Commonwealth of Massachusetts. The order of the exercises of commencement, July 19th, M,DCC,XCVII Exercises of the candidates for the degree of Bachelor of Arts ... [Boston: Printed by J. and T. Fleet.] .
Harvard University in Cambridge, Commonwealth of Massachusetts. The order of the exercises of commencement. July 16th, M,DCC, XCIV [44 lines] Boston: Printed by Thomas Fleet, 1794.
Harvard University in Cambridge. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Order of exercises for commencement. August XXIX. MDCCIV. Cambridge: Printed at the University Press, by W. Hilliard. .
Harvard University in Cambridge. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Order of exercises for commencement. August XXVII, MDCCCVI. [Cambridge] William Hilliard, printer. .
Harvard University in Cambridge. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Order of the exercises for commencement. August XXXI. MDCCCIII ... Cambridge, Printed at the University Press by W. Hilliard. .
Harvard University tercentenary 1636-1936 Harvard on view August September 1936. Historical exhibits free guide service. The public are cordially invited to visit the University.
Harvard University, Cambridge. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Order of exercises for commencement. August 29, 1810. Exercises of candidates for the degree of bachelor of arts. [Cambridge] Hillard & Metcalf, printers .
Harvard University, in Cambrdge. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. The order of exercises of commencement, July 17th, M,DCC, XCIX. [Boston] (Printed by J. & T. Fleet) .
Harvard University, in Cambridge, Commonwealth of Massachusetts. The order of the exercises of commencement, July 16, M,DCCC. [Boston. 1800].
Harvard University, in Cambridge. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. The order of the exercises for the commencement, August XXV, M,DCCCII ... Cambridge-- Printed at the University Press, by William Hilliard, Printer to the University. .
Harvard University, in Cambridge. Commonwealth of Massachusetts. The order of the exercises for the commencement. July 15, M,DCCCI. ... Cambridge -Printed by William Hillard .
Harvard University. Cambridge. Order of exercises at the annual visitation of the Divinity School, Wednesday, July 18, 1832. Cambridge: Printed By E. W. Metcalf and company 1832.
Harvard University. Valedictory exercises of the senior class of 1838, Tuesday July 17, 1838.
Harvest! Band benefit dance and supper! Thurs. evening, Aug. 27, '85 ... Proceeds will be turned over to the uniform fund of the Woonsocket cornet band ... [Woonsocket, S. D. Times Job print. 1885].
Has the chief justice a casting vote? ... G. S. Peterboro, April 11, 1868.
Has the war ruined the country? The Copperheads assert that the war has ruined the Country; that we can never pay our debt; and that the war has proved a failure. Look at these diagrams, based on official records, and see if this is true ... Pub
Has the war ruined the country? The Copperheads assert that the war has ruined the country; that we can never pay our debt; and that the war has proved a failure. Look at these diagrams, based on official records, and see if this is true ... Pub
Hasty-Pudding Club Theatre ... Benefit night of '63. Friday, May 15 ... [n. p., 1863].
Hat manufactory. William H. Hamer, respectfully informs his friends and the public that he has commenced his hatting business, in all its various branches, on Pennsylvania Avenue, two doors east of Davis's Hotel ... Washington City Dec. 17, 1810
Have you thought on these things? ... By Richard H. Edmonds, Editor Manufacturers Record, Baltimore. Md. February 14, 1918.
Haverhill, September 1, 1826. To Mr. Your county, school and town taxes for the year 1826, are for Poll Real estate Personal estate ... Leonard White, Treasr. & Colr. [Haverhill, 1826.].
... Having been appointed the sole agents for this city for the sale of the "Grumel photographic card album," we have the pleasure to submit for your consideration the following scale of "trade prices," ... New York, 1861.
Having on different occasions made fruitless efforts to excite attention to the Statute of Washington by Houdon, I determined to petition the Legislature for the exclusive right to make casts from it ... W. J. Hubard. Richmond, Virginia. Septemb
Having perfected all their arrangements, are now prepared to manufacture for the trade envelopes of every variety ... Boston, 1865.
Hawaiian reciprocity treaty blunders. Immediate abrogation a national requirements. To United States Senators and representatives in Congress assembled. [Signed] Henry A. Brown Ex-Special Treasury agent. Washington, D. C. June 12, 1886.
Hawaiian treaty Chicanery clearly presented To the Honorable Senators and representatives assembled in Congress to legislate for the people. [Signed] Henry A. Brown, Ex-special Treasury agent. Washington, D. C. May 20, 1886.
Hazing in the Navy. Paymaster Rodney's famous case. [Washington, D. C. 1903].
Head quarters 1st Division, 1st A. C., November 5th, 1863. To the Gov. of Pennsylvania … very respectfully, your obedient servant, L. Cutler, Brigadier General.
Head quarters, 2d corps. Army of the Mississippi. Corinth, Miss., Soldiers. [Address] Braxton Bragg, Gen'l Comd'g 2d. corps.