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Illinois and US History Broadsides and Printed Ephemera Collection (Digitized Content)

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  • Floyd T. Bauman for Re-Election to the Champaign County Board
    Multi-Page Item | 2 pages | 1976A flyer advertising Republican Floyd T. Bauman's campaign in the 1976 election. He "will appreciate your Vote and Support for Re-Election to the Champaign County Board (District 6).
  • La Follette and Wheeler campaign flyer
    Multi-Page Item | 2 pages | 1924A flyer containing brief summaries of La Follette and Wheeler's record and "what they stand for" in the presidential election of 1924. This flyer was published by the La Follette Wheeler Campaign in Washington, D.C. 2 copies.
  • La Follette for Farmers and Wheeler's Enemies, no. 16
    Multi-Page Item | 2 pages | 1924A political campaign two sided leaflet entitled "La Follette for Farmers" and on the reverse side, "Wheeler's Enemies, no. 16" issued by the Socialist Party in Chicago, Illinois. This issue supports the La Follette and Wheeler campaign in 1924.
  • Ford County Sunday school ribbon
    Multi-Page Item | 2 pages | 1911A ribbon distributed at the "31st Annual Ford County Sunday School Convention" in Gibson City, Illinois from October 31 to November 1, 1911.
  • Ford Exposition: A Century of Progress
    Multi-Page Item | 2 pages | 1933A brochure entitled "Ford Exposition: A Century of Progress" describing the event in Chicago, Illinois in 1933-1934.
  • For State Representative Tim Johnson brochure
    Multi-Page Item | 2 pages | 1976A brochure entitled "For State Representative Tim Johnson" supporting the political campaign of Tim Johnson in the 1976 Illinois election.
  • Francis Barker political campaign advertisement
    Multi-Page Item | 2 pages | 1976An advertisement for Republican candidate Francis Barker in his political campaign for Champaign County Board District Three. The Champaign County Republican Central Committee promotes the Champaign County Board elections on November 2, 1976 in Champaign, Illinois.
  • Frank Chase's Popular Excursions to California poster
    Multi-Page Item | 2 pages | 1886A poster advertising "Frank Chase's Popular Excursions to California Leaving Boston." This broadside lists "useful information," including departure dates, railroad companies and connections from Boston to Kansas City to Los Angeles.
  • Franklin D. Roosevelt Rain or Shine poster
    Multi-Page Item | 2 pages | 1940A black and white photograph campaign poster of Franklin D. Roosevelt and entitled, "Rain or Shine," printed in New York.
  • F. Walter & Co. trade card
    Multi-Page Item | 2 pagesA trade card entitled "F. Walter & Co.," advertising for Fred. Walter and George F. Heselmeyer's candy sales in St. Louis, Missouri, undated.
  • Gary Adams political campaign advertisement
    Multi-Page Item | 2 pages | 1976An advertisement for Republican candidate Gary Adams in his political campaign for Champaign County Board District One. The Champaign County Republican Central Committee promotes the Champaign County Board elections on November 2, 1976 in Champaign, Illinois.
  • General Adair's address to the people of Kentucky
    Multi-Page Item | 2 pages | 1807A handbill circulating "General John Adair's Address to the People of Kentucky" and published by J. A. Woodson in Glasgow, Kentucky. General Adair defends himself "against the charges published under the signature of Brutus" in order to repair his political campaign reputation in the upcoming election.
  • German circular in St. Clair and Monroe County
    Multi-Page Item | 4 pages | 1848A German circular entitled "An die Deutschen Demokraten in St. Clair und Monroe County" and signed by Ein deutcher Demokrat" on July 28, 1848. 2 copies.
  • German circular list of candidates for state and national offices
    Multi-Page Item | 2 pages | 1838A circular in German entitled "An die deutschen demokratischen Maehler des Staates of Illinois." This document was published circa 1838 and possibly connects with Democratic Party affairs in St. Clair County, Illinois.
  • German political circular
    Multi-Page Item | 2 pages | 1849A circular of a political address to the German people in Belleville, Illinois, discussing the revolution and government in the German States. It is signed by "Der Auschuss" and may have been written by Gustavus Koerner.
  • Getting the Right Start
    Multi-Page Item | 2 pages | 1924A handbill entitled, "Getting the Right Start," created by the Democratic Party about "how first voters know they are getting the right start in voting for" Democratic West Virginian candidate, John W. Davis, for President in the election of 1924.
  • God Bless Our Home and Doing Us Good, no. 8
    Multi-Page Item | 2 pages | 1924A political campaign two sided leaflet entitled "God Bless Our Home" and on the reverse side, "Doing Us Good, no. 8" issued by the Socialist Party in Chicago, Illinois. This issue supports the La Follette and Wheeler campaign in 1924.
  • Governor Henry Horner Rock Island County Facts pamphlet
    Multi-Page Item | 4 pages | 1936A pamphlet entitled "Gov. Henry Horner: Rock Island County Facts For Rock Island County People," published in Rock Island, Illinois. This document discusses Governor Henry Horner's successes for Rock Island County. The pamphlet states that "Rock Island Should Keep Faith with Governor Horner" and encourages citizens to vote for him in the 1936 election.
  • Governor Horner's Record: Official Democratic Text-Book for State Campaign for Use of Speakers and Party Workers
    Multi-Page Item | 52 pages | 1936A pamphlet entitled "Governor Horner's Record: Official Democratic Text-Book for State Campaign For Use of Speakers and Party Workers," containing Judge Henry Horner's and other Democratic candidates' campaign information for the 1936 election. This document was likely published by the Democratic Party or Henry Horner's campaign.
  • Governor Len Small and his Administration
    Multi-Page Item | 8 pages | 1924A pamphlet entitled "Governor Small and His Administration" which includes a brief biography of Governor Len Small and a section supporting his re-election as Governor, entitled "He fights a good fight for the people." 2 copies.
  • Governor Len Small and Oscar E. Carlstrom election circular
    Multi-Page Item | 2 pages | 1924A circular presenting the "reasons why Governor Len Small should be nominated and re-elected" and Oscar E. Carlstrom's promises to "protect the people's interests" in the upcoming 1924 election.
  • Governor Small Answers Slanderers
    Multi-Page Item | 12 pages | 1924A pamphlet entitled "Governor Small Answers Slanderers" by Governor Len Small and printed by Schnepp and Barnes in Springfield, Illinois. Governor Small answers the Chicago Tribune's editorial accusations of Small stealing money from the state. A reproduction of the Chicago Tribune's article (published January 1, 1924) is included with Governor Small's response on January 15...
  • Governor Small campaign letter
    Multi-Page Item | 6 pages | 1924A campaign letter sent from Governor Len Small to voters to encourage their support for the hard roads legislation and his re-election campaign for Governor of Illinois. This letter was printed in Springfield, Illinois and dated March 27, 1924. 3 copies.
  • Governor Small campaign letter to Mrs. P. L. Windsor
    Multi-Page Item | 4 pages | 1923A campaign letter sent from Governor Len Small to Mrs. P. L. Windsor in Urbana, Illinois to encourage voter support for the ratification of "a second system of durable hard surfaced roads." This letter was printed in Springfield, Illinois and dated July 31, 1923.
  • Governor Small letter to University of Illinois librarians on second system of roads bill
    Multi-Page Item | 4 pages | 1924A letter sent from Governor Len Small to the University of Illinois Library in Urbana, Illinois to encourage voter support for the ratification of "a second system of durable hard surfaced roads." This letter was printed in Springfield, Illinois and dated July 26, 1923.
  • Governor Small's road construction periodical
    Multi-Page Item | 4 pages | 1924A page from a periodical of Governor Small's "Record for building new roads" and its positive impact on education. This document originates from the Illinois Republican Council Bulletin and includes various photographs, charts, and road maps from Illinois towns to illustrate the progress the Chicago Tribune ignored when they "falsified all of Governor Small's official acts" ...
  • Governor Small's Statement on Vetoing of Seven Million Dollars
    Multi-Page Item | 16 pages | 1921A pamphlet entitled "Governor Small's Statement on Vetoing of $7,000,000" published by the Illinois Executive Department in Springfield, Illinois. Governor Small discusses "the reason for the veto of the Dry Law Enforcement Appropriation" on July 5, 1921.
  • The Grand Old Party political pamphlet
    Multi-Page Item | 32 pages | 1890A political pamphlet from "The Grand Old Party" discussing "the Republican Record made during the nine months of Congress," published in September 1890.
  • Great International Railway Suspension Bridge
    Multi-Page Item | 2 pages | 1860An engraving of the Great International Railway Suspension Bridge, "in full view of the Falls, connecting the United States and Canada, the New York Central and Great Western Rail Ways.
  • Greene County tax list
    Multi-Page Item | 2 pages | 1839A list of unpaid taxes in Greene County published on March 11, 1839. Each list of taxes was signed and published by the Illinois state auditor and circulated in newspaper publications as required by law.
  • Greg Foster political campaign advertisement
    Multi-Page Item | 2 pages | 1976An advertisement for Republican candidate Greg Foster in his political campaign for Champaign County Board District Nine. The Champaign County Republican Central Committee promotes the Champaign County Board elections on November 2, 1976 in Champaign, Illinois.
  • Harry A. Little for County Clerk poster
    Multi-Page Item | 2 pages | 1950A poster encouraging individuals to vote "Harry A. Little, Republican Candidate for County Clerk" in the "election, Tuesday, November 7, 1950" in Champaign County, Illinois. This document includes an "Official Road Map of Champaign County Illinois.
  • Hearst Over Topeka
    Multi-Page Item | 12 pages | 1936A pamphlet entitled "Hearst Over Topeka." This document is "an address by Honorary Harold L. Ickes" on "August 27, 1936, over the Columbia Broadcasting System," praising Democratic nominee Hearst for election over Alf Landon, Republican nominee from Topeka, Kansas.
  • Hell and Maria and Let's Go To It!, no. 12
    Multi-Page Item | 2 pages | 1924A political campaign two sided leaflet entitled "Hell and Maria" and on the reverse side, "Let's Go To It!, no. 12" issued by the Socialist Party in Chicago, Illinois. This issue supports the La Follette and Wheeler campaign in 1924.
  • Herbert C. Smith Republican Candidate for Alderman handbill
    Multi-Page Item | 2 pages | 1935A handbill entitled "Herbert C. Smith Republican Candidate for Alderman in the Fifth Ward" in which candidate Herbert C. Smith encourages constituents to re-elect him as Alderman on April 16, 1935. This election was possibly held in Rock Island, Illinois.
  • The Hinkley Locomotive Works
    Multi-Page Item | 2 pages | 1870A broadside advertising "The Hinkley Locomotive Works, Manufactures of Locomotive Engines and Tenders, Boilers, and Tanks [and] Sole Manufacturers of The Hinkley Patent Boiler" located in Boston, Massachusetts.
  • Hodge in Prison...Because Stratton Flunked clipping
    Multi-Page Item | 4 pages | 1956A clipping reprinted from the Collinsville Herald, August 1, 1956 issue and entitled "Hodge in Prison...Because Stratton Flunked" by State Senator James O. Monroe. In this article, Monroe attempts to associate Stratton with the Hodge scandal in order to ruin his reputation in Stratton's re-election campaign for Governor in 1956.
  • Honorary Horace Greeley birthday invitation
    Multi-Page Item | 2 pages | 1872An invitation from Mr. and Mrs. A.J. Johnson to Mr. and Mrs. E.H. Jenny to attend a reception "on the evening of Saturday, 3rd February 1872 between the hours of nine and eleven to meet the Hon. Horace Greeley on the occasion of his sixty first birthday.
  • How the Farm Woman Can Reduce the High Cost of Living
    Multi-Page Item | 2 pages | 1924A handbill entitled, "How the Farm Woman Can Reduce the High Cost of Living," created by the Democratic Party. The solution to farming industry is the Democratic Party's "program of low tariff and the restoration of the farmers' European markets." The Democratic Party urges farm women to vote for presidential candidates John. W. Davis and Charles W. Bryan in the election of ...
  • I.C.R.R. Plat Showing of Lines in Mississippi
    Multi-Page Item | 10 pages | 1898A map of the "I.C.R.R. [Illinois Central Rail Road] Plat Showing Proposed Form of Towns on Projected Lines in Mississippi" in 1898. 5 copies.