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Description: Cover of "Navy Times Are Changin,'" an underground newspaper, featuring a cartoon of three men, at least one in navy uniform, surrounded by pigs pointing f...
Description: Newspaper clipping from an unidentified Madison, Wisconsin publication about Wisconsin Governor Fred Zimmerman being made a Chief of the Ho-Chunk (Winnebag...
Description: An illustration of the enormous bowie knife that was presented to John F. Potter.
Date: date unknown
Description: The first page of a newspaper article entitled, "Gen. T.C. McMackin & CO. Prentiss House, Vicksburg, Miss.".
Description: The front page of the newsletter "Frauen-Zeitung."
Date: 1937 ca.
Description: Newspaper halftone in Mrs. Louise Lawrence Van Dyke's obituary in the Milwaukee Sentinel. Portion of the text: "Liberal Donor to Charity. Mrs. Louis...
Description: The first printing of the United States Constitution found in the "Pennsylvania Packet," and "Daily Advertiser."
Description: Cover of "The Black Panther: Black Community News Service," an underground newspaper, commemorating the birthday of Black Panther Party co-founder Huey New...
Description: Cover of "The Great Speckled Bird," an underground newspaper, featuring an illustration of a Frosted Flakes cereal box, pouring out atomic bombs on a Vietn...
Description: Newspaper clipping of prospective parents looking up at children in the windows of the orphan train. The caption reads: "The Arrival of the Babies."
Description: Page one of "Baltimore Patriot and Evening Advertiser."
Description: Advertisment for the "Wisconsin Argus" newspaper published in Madison, Wisconsin by S.D. Carpenter and H.A. Tenney.
Description: Front page of the newspaper El Misisipi.
Description: First newspaper printing of "The Star Spangled Banner". Printed six days after the Battle of Fort McHenry, where Frances Scott Key wrote the poem that woul...
Description: Head and shoulders portrait drawing of Michael Troiber, co-defendant with Thomas Kidd in a conspiracy trial related to the Oshkosh woodworkers strike of 18...
Description: Newspaper advertisement for "The Queen Beehive." Sold by Atkinson and Barber, Indianapolis, Indiana. "The best and most roomy arrangement for fertilizing t...
Description: Nathaniel Smith and Ernest Morgan enter the St. Francisville courthouse to vote. Three white men are sitting on a porch railing outside of the courthouse.
Description: View of barn, house, and outbuildings at Keystone Farms, owned by Owen W. Rolands.
Description: Page two of the "Evening Record." The handwritten newspaper includes several hand-drawn illustrations. On the top center of the page, one illustration port...
Description: Cover of "The Conscience," an underground newspaper, depicting a psychedelic drawing of three men, one standing naked, one leaning and carrying a gun, and...
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