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Description: Letterhead of Tripod Chevrolet of Clintonville, Wisconsin, with three-quarter views of various Chevrolet models, including the Corvair, Corvette, and Cheve...
Description: A liquor permit issued to Lewis Arms in the state of Utah at the age of 24.
Date: 1959-03 ca.
Description: A letter from Vince Lombardi to season ticket holders for the Green Bay Packers season. The schedule and ticket prices are also part of the body of the let...
Description: Certificate issued to E.M. Griffith, the Wisconsin State Forester, so that Griffith could prove that he had flown at an altitude of 1600 feet in the "flyin...
Description: Green Bay Packers letterhead dated April 12th. The content of the letter is addressed to "DEAR FELLOW WORKER" and details a small aspect of the Green Bay P...
Description: Green Bay Packers letterhead dated March 30th. The content of the letter is detailing a future Green Bay Packers stock drive and is sent from Lee Joannes.
Description: Green Bay Packers letterhead dated March 15th. The content of the letter is about organizing a meeting to talk about and explain that year's Green Bay Pack...
Date: 1953-04 ca.
Description: A letter form Green Bay Packers president Russ Bogda addressed "Dear Packer Backer."
Description: License from the City of Milwaukee granting Arthur Gerth permission to sell alcohol at 1222 12th Street.
Date: 1962 ca.
Description: A telegram to President John F. Kennedy from James Farmer, the National Director of CORE (Congress of Racial Equality). The message reads, "Continued armed...
Date: 1964-02-28 date unknown
Description: A written statement by George Raymond regarding Freedom Day on February 28, 1964 and African Americans' constitutional right to vote.
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