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Description: Cover of "The Free Statesman," an underground newspaper, depicting a clown figure dancing with a woman, and standing on top of a dove.
Description: An illustration of the enormous bowie knife that was presented to John F. Potter.
Description: A sensational newspaper article about a newlywed couple encountering a sea serpent which resembles the Loch Ness monster.
Description: Original UPI Wirephoto transmission. Caption reads: "Dallas: This is the complete negative of the dramatic scene captured by Times Herald Staff Photographe...
Date: date unknown
Description: The first page of a newspaper article entitled, "Gen. T.C. McMackin & CO. Prentiss House, Vicksburg, Miss.".
Description: The fourth page of a newspaper article entitled, "Gen. T.C. McMackin & CO. Prentiss House, Vicksburg, Miss.".
Date: 1890-10 ca.
Description: Engraved illustration from Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly depicting the members of the House Ways and Means Committee during the deliberations on th...
Description: Cover of "It Ain't Me Babe," an underground comic newspaper, featuring hippie scientists in a lab having just brought to life the bride of Frankenstein. Ma...
Description: Cover of "The Rag." an underground newspaper, featuring a photograph of a young-looking girl smoking a marijuana joint.
Description: Imaginative pen and ink drawing featuring "a sportswriter with an automatic reel attached to his typewriter, an astrologer with his kingfisher prognosticat...
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: One of the last covered bridges in Wisconsin, located in Cedarburg, received an official state historical marker. The Last Covered Bridge historical marker...
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...
Description: A newspaper photograph of Margaret Mead with an article about her appearance and speech at a Civics Club event.
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...
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: An advertisement placed in "The Dallas Morning News" on the morning of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. The ad attacked Kennedy's foreign an...
Description: Sid's illustration in a newspaper. Two men are sitting in a car driving on a road. A deer is leaping over them. On the bottom, an ode by Sid reads: "We hee...
Description: Newspaper clipping of an advertisement for the Hubbard Bee Hive illustrating contrasting types of beekeeping. The illustration is of two yards of beehives...
Description: Cover of "Octopus," an underground newspaper, featuring five bearded men being restrained by octopus tentacles, reminiscent of the Roman statue of the Laoc...
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