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Hargrett Broadside and ephemera collection

Hargrett Broadside and ephemera collection

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Title: Hargrett Broadside and ephemera collection
Creator: Hargrett Library
Inclusive Dates: 1850-1971
Language(s): English
Extent: 1 Linear Feet 2 Hollinger boxes
Collection Number: ms4381
Repository: Hargrett Library

Collection Description

Scope and Content

This collection contains broadsides and other posted or publicly circulated materials gathered by Hargrett Library including programs, advertisements, and announcements.

Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Hargrett broadside and ephemera collection, ms4381, Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library, The University of Georgia Libraries.

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Series Descriptions and Folder Listing

11Circular - Dear Sir: We will open in this city on the First of September, 1874, an office to receive and sell cotton... Echols & Co. signed by General Robert Toombs... Augusta, Georgia, 1874 July
12Grand Vocal and Instrumental Concert! at the Atheneum by the Brass Band of the 33rd Mass. Vols... Atlanta Georgia , 1864 November 5
13The Greenesboro Herald-Extra to sell the real estate of Samnel Davis, J. B. Park - Proprietor. W. M. Weaver - Editor. Greene County, Georgia , 1875 October 9
14Argument in Favor of House Bill No. 110, 1891
15House Representatives - List of Names, Georgia, 1891
16Carlton Hillyer's School, Athens, Georgia. Dear General: I shall open a school in this place on August 15th..., 1866 July
17Coronation Party... You are respectfully invited to the Entertainment to be given by the Knights if the Tournament at Masonic Hall...Committee of Arrangements
18Lester's District Post Office, Burke Co., Georgia. Dear Sir... I have been instructed to solicit subscriptions in Cotton from your Grange... Edward A. Carter, 1875 August 30
19By Electric Telegraph. Democratic National Convention... Small broadside announcing the withdrawal of Georgia delegates from the Conventions. Charleston, May
110299 Broadway, New York. Sir: We have the pleasure of announcing that we have this day opened an Elegant Assortment of Goods for Spring & Summer Wear... Braisted & Dougherty, 1870 March 21
111Concordia. Season 1879-80. Victor Masse's Pastoral Comic Opera in Two Acts, Entitled: Les Noces de Jeannette. (Jeannette's Wedding.), 1880
112Armistice Day. Music Invocation - Rev. A. G. Richards. America Sung by All... American Creed Read by All... Sanford Field, 1920 November 11
113Community Memorial Services in Honor of Wodrow Wilson... Trinity Methodist Church Tallahassee, Florida, 1924 February 6
114The McNeel Marble Co. The Largest Builders of Monuments in the Southern States, Marietta, Georgia... We give below names of cities in which we have sold Chapters and Camps Confederate Monuments...
115Atlanta Constitution, High Rate of Convict Hire., 1903 October 16
116Glory to Old Georgia - John D. Wade
117Shorter College Commencement Day Program, 1915 May 25
118Glen Alpine High School, Glen Alpine, North Carolina Programme, 1913 April 17
119Official Program State Oratorial Contest. Lander College Auditorium, Greewood, South Carolina , 1925 April 17
120Loganville High School Graduating Exercises, School Auditorium, 1929 May 28
121Crawford High School Graduation Exercises, 1929 May 29
122New Amsterdam Theatre B.F. Keith's Celebrated Sunday Concerts by Arrangment with Erlanger, Dillingham & Ziegfeld
123The University Theater in Association with The Thalian-Blackfriars Dramatic Club Presents The Great European Passion Play (Version by Dr. Alfred Wolff, Formerly of Freiburg, Germany), Physical Education Building, 1934 January 10
124Graduating Exercises of the Athens High School Programme, 1902 May 28
125First Commencement Season of the North Georgia Agricultural College, Dahlonega, Georgia. Invitation by Order of the Board, W.P. Price, President, 1873 July 6
126Atlanta, Georgia. My Dear Sir: After more than five years as Circuit Judge, I aspired too a seat on our Supreme Bench... signed by William H. Fish, 1898 February 25
127L. G. Alexander, Special Agent Post Office Department. Sir: I have received instructions from the Post Master General, requiring me to adopt some systematic measures for the preservation and concentration of Mail Bags, Locks...
128Address of the Executive Committee, to the Consitutional Union Party of Georgia - Central Executive Committee (2 copies)
129Executive Department, Millegeville. An act supplementary to an act to levy and collect a tax. Howell Cobb, Governor, E.S. Candler, Comptroller General., 1853 July 26
130Kingston, The Democratic Part of the 5th Congressional District have determined to hols a Mass Meeting... W.W. Clayton, Nathian Land, WM. T. Worfford, 1853 August 26
131In House of Representatives. A Resolution, relative to a Mail Route. Resolved by the Senate and House of Representation of the State of Georgia, in General Assembly, 1850 February 23
132In Senate. Resolution i relation to Mail Routes in the counties of Cobb and Lumpkin, Georgia, 1850 February 23
133The State of Georgia. In Senate.The committee on the Republic, to whom were referred certain Legislative Resolbes of the State of Massachusetts, proposing an alteration in the Constitution of the United States..., 1845 December 29
134Bal Masque at Travesti, of the Soiree Club. Thirteenth Entertainment. Savannah, 1971 February 20
135Ten Commandments of Business. Compliments of Kant C. Farnham American Disinfecting Co. Inc."Makers Who Know" Sedalia, Missouri
136Judge Ross Endorsed for the Supreme Bench. Macon, Georgia L. J. Kilburn, Representative from Bibb, 1902 September 16
137Shall Georgia be Saddled with a Bonded Debt of $600,000? Governor Brown says, "Yes." Governor Smith says "No." Trades Council Atlanta, Georgia
138Vote Against County Unit Amendment November 7th. Prepared by League of Women Voters of Athens, Georgia, 1950
139Vote Against the County Unit Amendment - list of reasons , 1950
140The Spirit and Purpose of Huey Long Shal Never Die. To all Members of the Share-Our-Wealth Society by Gerald L. K. Smith. Shreveport, Louisiana
141Joseph E. Pottle. The Man for Governor. Trades Council Atlanta, Georgia (2 copies)
142Platform of Walter Clark Candidate for U.S. Senate in the Democratic Primary, 1912 November 5
143Marietta College - Sig Bust! A Must! Schedule, 1948 June 5
144The Christian Sun. Gen. J. S. Carr for the Senate, North Carolina, 1900 September 6
145Raleigh News and Observer. Mr. Chas T. Holt Advocates Gen. Carr for the Senate. North Carolina, 1900 September 1
146Henderson Evening Herald. Gen. Carr, The "Machine" and Marion Butler. North Carolina, 1900 October 1
147Strong Words for Carr. Correspondence of Charlotte Observer from Cherry Mountain, North Carolina, 1900 September 18
148Announcement of Gen. Julian S. Carr for United States Senator. Durham, North Carolina, 1900 August 25
149Important to Georgians Attending Inauguration! A book representing Georgia's message to President-Elect Franklin D. Roosevelt: Greeting and Best Wishes to President Franklin D. Roosevelt from His Friedns in Georgia.The Statesman Publishing Co. Atlanta, Georgia
150Rules and Regulations Class '08 by order of Sophomores
151Freshman Long Ticket Mass Meeting Tonight at Greek Theatre
152Do not Honor This Traitor to the South with Your Precious Vote... Vote Right with Thurmond and Wright for "States Rights"
153Vote for Hoke Smith for United States Senator, Georgia, 1920
154By Invitation of Friends and Supporters in Meriwether, Harris, Troup, Talbot and Upson Counties, Governor Thos. W Hardwick will speak at Warm Springs, 1922 August 12
155Hear Rev. Gerald L.K. Smith National Lecturer "Share Our Wealthy Society" Subject: "Redistribution of Wealth" as advocated by Huey P. Long, 1935
156Student Voters League. To all students...refrain from an unbecoming demonstration when Eugene Talmadge speaks here tonight., 1946 May
157In Aid of the Memorial to the Women of the Confedaracy, Entire Net Revenue Devoted to this Holy Object. For the Special Editions of the Press of Georgia, "Our Women in the War" C. Irvine Walker, Georgia
158Senator Harris. His Cruel Treatment of the Widow of Lieut. General Longstreet. Mrs. W.H. Felton. Cartersville, Georgia (2 copies), 1924 August 5
159This Is It! Big Business, fighting rear guard action for status quo, seeks control of last public institution of higher education in Texas not yet in their power. "Purification" of our minds is their object. University of Texas, 1945
160Fred Landis Urges Johnson for President, Toner for Governor. From Indianapolis Star. Logansport, Indiana
161Suggested Telegrams Welcoming Captain Lindbergh On His Home-Coming. The Western Union Telegraph Co.
163Abyet! Abyet! The Cry of Abyssinia: Do Justice! Friends of Abyssinia (Ethiopia) League of Service, 5 Crossfield Road, N.W.3
164Excursion. Atlanta Drastically Cut Fares! Seaboard Railway, 1938 September
166Attention Students! Talmadge refused petition of our students...Woodruff Hall, Athens, Georgia, 1941 October 20
167The S.L. Ranch Big Show & Horse Races. Oak Hill Austin, Texas
168Welcome Navy Request to the Governor of our State the courtesy and respect the office and occasion merit. Demosthenian Literary Society Phi Kappa Literary Society
269Will Phi Kappa's Challenge Be Accepted? Attend the 24 Hour Orathon - An expose of corruption and radicalism of selfish power mad campus politicos - who espouse the demonstrationist cause.
270Notice to Subscribers to Atlanta Journal. I have taken charge of the Athens Agency of the Atlanta Journal, and will use my best efforts to deliver the paper promptly on its arrival. T.E. Locklin, Georgia, 1908
271Tech Weekend Les Elgart His Trumpet and his Orchestra. Stegeman Hall, Athens, Georgia
272Bring the GIs Home Now. Vote Socialist Workers in 68 (2 copies), 1968
273Proposed Printers' Calendar, 1957 April 29
275A Message from the Sky Wait for It! The Greatest Sensation Athens Ever Knew. Georgia
276Truth About the Ku Klux Klan by a National Lecturer. Lexington, Kentucky, 1923 August 1
277Barn Dance at Hornbaker Ranch. Times Print, Longment, Colorado, 1919 July 2
278Program, Fourth Day. Frontier Days, Cheyenne, Wyoming, 1919 July 26
279Subscriber Honor Emblem 4th Liberty Loan. Forbes Boston, 1919
280Big Victory Parade Tonight. Marietta, Ohio, 1919
281A copy of the list of candidates endorsed by the Ku Klux of Travis County, Texas, as shown by the circulars distributed by them among the Chosen. Trades Council
282To Voters of Travis County: The following candidates stand for a Democratic Government, by, through and for the People, for the Bill of Rights, citizens by the Constitution of the United States and of the State of Texas. Trades Council
283Circo Santos Y Artigas. Grandiosa Funcion Extraordinaria en Homenaje a Los Populares Empresarios Santos Y Artigas. Moise Valdes Codina. Aldama, 1927 January
284Gran Teatro Nacional Empresa: Santa Cruz. Grandes Espectaculos Velasco. La Chaucha. La Calesera. Moises Valdes Codina, Aldama, 1926 December
285Hon. Locke Craig, Democratic nominee for Governor - the "Mountain Boy" orator, R.T. Claywell, Chairman Dem. Ex. Committee. The News-Herald Print, Morganton, North Carolina
286Resolutions Passed by the Legislature of Georgia. Franklin Printing and Publishing Company, Atlanta, Georgia, 1893 December
287Are Treaties Scraps of Paper? Ask candidates for legislation to support the Kellogg Pact. Georgia Peace Society, Athens, Georgia
288Are Treaties Scraps of Paper? Ask candidates for legislation to support the Kellogg Pact. Georgia Peace Society, Athens, Georgia
290Salesmen of Knowledge by Glenn Frank
291Student Representative Assembly. Facts-Not Labels. , 1969 April
292Send Your Wool to the Catawba Woolen Mills, P.O. and Shipping Point, Hickory, North Carolina Mills at Plateau North Carolina, 1900
293A Grand School Rally for Smoke Creek, Lower Creek, and Lower Fork Township. County Board of Education, T.L. Sigmon, Supt.
294A Grand School and Rural Improvement Rally for Smoky Creek, Lovelady, Lower Creek Township.
295Join the Georgia Football Special to the NYU Game and World's Fair personally conducted by Prof. M.D. Dunlap and approved by the Athletic Association, University of Georgia
296Hear Rev. Haywood Scott Methodist Minister of Union Springs, Alabama. Rosedale Community Center, Tuscaloosa Alabama. Sponsored by Tuscaloosa County Citizens' Council, 1964 May 15
297Democratic Loyalty Presenting the Record of Party Loyalty on the Part of Attorney General Palmer and Senator Hoke Smith. Hoke Smith Campaign Committee. Trades Council, Atlanta, Georgia (2 copies), 1920 April 13
298Shall Georgia be Saddled with a Bonded Debt of $600,000? Governor Brown Says, "Yes." Governor Smith Says, "No." Trades Council, Atlanta, Georgia
299Gov. Hoke Smith. To the White Citizens of Georgia: I intensely advocate negro disenfranchisement. I support the railroad commision. Century Printing Co. 200-1-2 Austrell Bldg. Atlanta, Georgia
2100Students Alert. W. Grant Weyman's last edition of the "Georgia Impression." plagarism and unethical practices. Henry W. Grady School of Journalism, Athens, Georgia, 1967 May
2101Georgia Land! - Franklin L. Stanton. Atlanta, Georgia, 1914 April 18
2102America the Beautiful. Adopted as State Song by Georgia Federation of Women's Clubs. My Georgia Land
2103Sanders Ought to be Governor Again. University of Georgia Student Committee for Sanders, Athens, Georgia
2104The Hendersonnville Chamber of Commerce and The Huckleberry Mountain Artists Colony Present Bette Lou Cross and Lawton Wilkonson in Duo Piano Recital Hendersonville High School Auditorium, North Carolina, 1943 August 26
2105To Members and Friends of The Cloverhurst Country Club: The Cloverhurst property is about to be sold for $11,500. Finance Committee, Athens, Georgia, 1902 August 12
2106Grand opening of the beautiful Cherokee Theatre, Monroe, Georgia, 1944