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Description: Imaginative pen and ink drawing. "The opening of the state fishing season Saturday would not seem official without publishing one of Sid Boyum's perennial...
Date: 1872 ca.
Description: An advertisement for an Improvement in Movable Frame Bee Hives, The Western Bee Hive. Patented January 9, 1872 by H. Staggs from Topeka Kansas. Claims to b...
Description: Walter A. Olen, former president of the FWD (four wheel drive) Corporation and curator of the FWD Foundation museum, unveiled the Four Wheel Drive historic...
Description: Cover of "Berkeley Barb," an underground newspaper, featuring a photographic collage of politically charged images, mostly relating to the Civil Rights mov...
Date: date unknown
Description: A newspaper photograph of Margaret Mead with an article about her appearance and speech at a Civics Club event.
Description: An illustrated, sensational article about giant robots replacing soldiers in fighting wars.
Description: Original UPI Wirephoto transmission. Caption reads: "A heavy guard stands in front of door guarding Lee Harvey Oswald, who has been charged in the assassin...
Description: A newspaper clipping with a photograph detailing the appearance of First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt as a guest at a Civics Club event.
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...
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: Mrs. Steve McNamara (left), granddaughter of Nathan Strong, the founder of the city of Berlin, then named Strong's Landing, spoke at the dedication ceremon...
Description: Cover of "Movement," and underground newspaper, featuring a print of a clenched fist, alluding to a popular image in the Black Panther Party. Topics includ...
Description: Cover of "The Screw," an underground newspaper, featuring the naked torso of a woman, holding a pipe in her lap. Caption at the bottom reads, "Warning-to a...
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: The first printing of the United States Constitution found in the "Pennsylvania Packet," and "Daily Advertiser."
Description: The fourth page of a newspaper article entitled, "Gen. T.C. McMackin & CO. Prentiss House, Vicksburg, Miss.".
Description: An editorial article in the "New York Journal" written by William Randolph Hearst in the wake of the sinking of the "Maine."
Description: Front page of "Southport American."
Description: Cover of "The Fifth Estate," an underground newspaper, featuring a grim reaper figure wearing an American flag-patterned tie, and holding a man's severed h...
Description: Cover of "The Free Statesman," an underground newspaper, depicting a clown figure dancing with a woman, and standing on top of a dove.
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