Political and Presidential Ephemera Collection, 1786-2001, MS 3126 , Boxes 4-6

Container List, Boxes 4-6

*This collection of 1,250 pieces of orphaned ephemera was recovered by the National Archives and Records Administration in 2011 after a major theft.The provenance of these remaining orphaned items was never fully traced. If your institution believes any item from this finding aid was taken from your holdings please contact specialcollections@mdhs.org

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4

1

1901

Program of Inaugural Grand Concerts

4734

4

2

 

Special Rates and Rules for Carriages

4735

4

3

1901

Inaugural Ball Regulations with map

4736

4

4

 

Print of White House & Capitol with a list of Inaugural Committee members below

4738

4

5

 

Small print portraits of Theodore Roosevelt & William McKinley

4739

4

6

 

Front piece of an envelope addressed to Mrs. Garfield

4740

4

7

1901

Invitation from Mrs. McKinley to Mrs Garfield for an informal lunch following Inaugural Exercises

4741

4

8

1901

Invitation and envelope for Captain Sam Saxton and Mrs. Saxton to a lunceon on the Executive Mansion grounds

4742

4

9

1901

Invitation from Mrs. McKinley to Captain & Mrs Saxton for an informal lunch following Inaugural Exercises

4743

4

10

1901

Official Souvenir Program of Presidential Inauguration Ceremonies, William McKinley

4744

4

11

1901

Program of Inaugural Ceremonies

4745

4

12

1901

Ticket to Presidential inauguration of William McKinley

4746

4

13

1901

Inauguration day pass from Treasury Department

4747

4

14

 

Inauguration ceremonies pass for Senate employee R.W. Gates

4748

4

15

1897

Inaugural Ball

4752

4

16

 

Portrait print of William McKinley & Garret A. Hobart, White House & Capitol Building

4753

4

17

 

Drawing of a review stand

4755

4

18

1897

Inaugural Parade of March 4, 1897. Headquarters of the Grand Marshal

4756

4

19

1897

Program Inaugural Ceremonies March fourth 1897

4757

4

20

1897

Inauguration March 4, 1897

4758

4

21

1897

Inauguration March 4, 1897

4759

4

22

1897

Inauguration ticket for Senate Wing, March 4, 1897

4760

4

23

1897

Inauguration Ceremonies March 4, 1897 Membership and Duties of Committees

4770

4

24

1897

Blank sheet of paper with Inauguration Ceremonies letterhead

4771

4

25

1897

Admit  to the Department of State Thursday Evening March 4, 1897

4773

4

26

1897

Inaugural Supper Ticket

4774

4

27

1897

Inaugural Supper Ticket

4775

4

28

 

Admission card to the Senate Wing of the Capitol and the Senate Chamber for the Inauguration Ceremonies

4784

4

29

1893

Official program of the Inauguration of Grover Cleveland as 24th President of the United States

4788

4

30

1889

Publication of souvenir program of the Centennial Anniversary of Washington's Inauguration , papers by Mrs. Martha J. Lamb, and the program of ceremonies for the 1889 Inauguration of President Benjamin Harrison

4789

4

31

1889

Booklet titled "Washington: The Inaugural 1889" which contains images of Washington buildings and landmarks

4790

4

32

1889

Document outlining rules of behavior for  reception at the Equitable Building, in the Lawyers' Club on 4/29/1889 (part of the Centennial Celebration of Washington's Inauguration)

4791

4

33

 

Invitation to mee The Vice President-Elect and Mrs. Stevenson

4797

4

34

1893

Admission card to the Senate wing of the Capitol (Reserved Gallery and Platform) for Inauguration of the President of the United States Grover Cleveland

4798

4

35

1893

Admission card for Member-elect to the 53rd Congress to the Senate floor and Platform for the Inauguration of the President of the United States Grover Cleveland

4800

4

36

1893

Admission card to the Senate wing of the Capitol for the Inauguration of the President of the United States Grover Cleveland

4801

4

37

1893

Admission card to the Senate floor and Platform for the Inauguration of the President of the United States Grover Cleveland

4802

4

38

1893

Admission card to the Senate wing of the Capitol (Platform) for Inauguration of the President of the United States Grover Cleveland

4803

4

39

1893

Admission card to the Senate wing of the Capitol (Diplomatic Gallery and Platform) for Inauguration of the President of the United States Grover Cleveland

4804

4

40

1893

Admission card to the Senate wing of the Capitol (Press Gallery and Platform) for Inauguration of the President of the United States Grover Cleveland

4805

4

41

1893

Admission card to the Senate wing of the Capitol (Reserved Gallery and Platform) for Inauguration of the President of the United States Grover Cleveland

4806

4

42

1893

Admission card to the Senate wing of the Capitol (Gallery and Platform) for Inauguration of the President of the United States Grover Cleveland

4807

4

43

1893

Admission card to the Senate wing of the Capitol (Presidential Reserved Gallery and Platform) for Inauguration of the President of the United States Grover Cleveland

4808

4

44

1893

Ticket for seat on the Grand Reviewing Stand in front of the Executive Mansion for the Inaugural Ceremonies Grover Cleveland

4809

4

45

1893

Ticket for seat on the Grand Reviewing Stand in front of the Executive Mansion for the Inaugural Ceremonies, Grover Cleveland

4810

4

46

1893

Ticket for Inaugural Ball Supper of Grover Cleveland

4811

4

47

1893

Carriage ticket (with ticket stub) for Inaugural Ball for Grover Cleveland

4812

4

48

1893

Admission card to the Inaugural Ball and Reception at the Pension Building for Grover Cleveland

4813

4

49

 

Business card for John Croghan of Washington, DC

4814

4

50

1905

Admission card that the Senate Wing of the Capitol, the Senate Gallery, and the East Front through the Rotunda for the Inauguration Ceremonies of President Theodore Roosevelt

4816

4

51

 

Blank United States Senate envelope

4817

4

52

1905

Admission card that the Senate Wing of the Capitol, the Senate Reserved Gallery, and the East Front through the Rotunda for the Inauguration Ceremonies for President Theodore Roosevelt

4818

4

53

1905

Admission card that the Senate Wing of the Capitol, the Senate Gallery, and the East Front through the Rotunda for the Inauguration Ceremonies of Theodore Roosevelt; blank United States Senate envelope

4819

4

54

1901

Two copies of menu from the Inaugural Ball Supper of President William M. McKinley

4820

4

55

1893

Arrangements for the Inauguration of the President of the United States  Grover Cleveland

4821

4

56

1893

Order of Procession for the Inauguration of the President of the United States grover Cleveland

4822

4

57

1893

Document with the Presidential oath of office, President Grover Cleveland

4823

4

58

 

Image of workers shoveling snow off the streets

4824

4

59

 

Image of people standing in front of empty reviewing stands

4825

4

60

 

Photograph of Inauguration Day Parade

4826

4

61

 

Photograph of Inauguration Day Parade

4827

4

62

 

Photograph of Inauguration Day Parade

4828

4

63

 

Photograph of outdoor decorations for Inauguration Day

4829

4

64

1893

Photograph of decorations for Inaugural Ball in the Pension Office for President Grover Cleveland

4830

4

65

1893

Photograph of decorations for Inaugural Ball in the Pension Office for President Grover Cleveland

4831

4

66

1889

Admission card to the floor of the House of Representatives for the Ceremonies in Commemoration of the Inauguration of the First President of the United States  George Washington

4832

4

67

1889

Admission card to the gallery of the House of Representatives for the Ceremonies in Commemoration of the Inauguration of the First President of the United States George Washington

4833

4

68

1889

Invitation to ceremonies in commemoration of the inauguration of George Washington to be held in the Hall of the House of Representatives

4834

4

69

1889

Program from banquet at the Metropolitan Opera House given in honor of the Centennial of the Inauguration of George Washington

4836

4

70

1889

Menu from the Centennial Celebration of the Inauguration of George Washington Ball held at the  Metropolitan Opera House

4838

4

71

 

RSVP card for banquet

4839

4

72

 

Two admission cards to the Metropolitan Opera House from Gov. Robert S. Green

4840

4

73

1889

Card with table/seat assignment for Centennial Banquet at the Metropolitan Opera House

4842

4

74

1889

Admission card to the Grand Stand for the Civic & Industrial Parade (part of the Centennial Celebration of the Inauguration of George Washington) held on 5/1/1889

4843

4

75

1889

Admission card to the Grand Stand for the Civic & Industrial Parade (part of the Centennial Celebration of the Inauguration of George Washington) held on 5/1/1889

4844

4

76

1889

Admission card to the Grand Stand for the Civic & Industrial Parade (part of the Centennial Celebration of the Inauguration of George Washington) held on 5/1/1889

4845

4

77

1889

Admission card to the Grand Stand for the Military Parade (part of the Centennial Celebration of the Inauguration of George Washington) held on 4/30/1889

4846

4

78

1889

Admission card to the Grand Stand for the Military Parade (part of the Centennial Celebration of the Inauguration of George Washington) held on 4/30/1889

4847

4

79

1889

Admission card to the Union Square Stand for the Military Parade (part of the Centennial Celebration of the Inauguration of George Washington) held on 4/30/1889

4848

5

1

1889

Ticket (with ticket stub) for a place on the platform at the Sub-Treasury Building for the 4/30/1889 Literary Exercises to be held in Commemoration of the Inauguration of George Washington

4849

5

2

1889

Ticket (with ticket stub) for the Divine Service at St. Paul's Chapel on 4/30/1889 in Commemoration of the Inauguration of George Washington

4850

5

3

1889

Ticket (with ticket stub) for the Centennial Celebration Ball of the Inauguration of George Washington held at the Metropolitan Opera House on 4/29/1889

4851

5

4

1889

Ticket (with ticket stub) for the Centennial Celebration reception of the Inauguration of George Washington held at The Lawyers' Club on 4/29/1889

4852

5

5

1889

Ticket (with ticket stub) for the Centennial Celebration of the Inauguration of George Washington: Naval Display on 4/29/1889

4853

5

6

1889

Ticket (with ticket stub) for the Centennial Celebration of the Inauguration of George Washington: Presidential Party on 4/29/1889

4854

5

7

1889

Ticket (with ticket stub) for the Centennial Celebration of the Inauguration of George Washington: President's Suite on 4/29/1889

4855

5

8

1889

Ticket (with ticket stub) for Loan Exhibition of Historical Portraits and Relics

4856

5

9

1889

Invitation to the formal opening of the Loan Exhibition of Historical Portraits and Relics at the Assembly Rooms of the Metropolitan Opera House on 4/17/1889

4857

5

10

 

Red tag with eagle

4888

5

11

 

Ladies Ticket, Lincoln Union, Ninth Ward

4899

5

12

 

Card for Inaugural Reception, President's Mansion

4900

5

13

1889

Two programs of arrangements for ceremonies in commemoration of the inauguration of George Washington in the Hall of the House of Representatives, December 11, 1889

4912

5

14

1909

Official Program, inauguration ceremonies, March 4, 1909, William H. Taft

4913

5

15

1905

Official Programme and Illustrated Inaugural History, March 4, 1905, Theodore Roosevelt

4914

5

16

1909

Invitation to attend inauguration of the President, March 4, 1909, William H. Taft

4915

5

17

1909

Two programs from Inauguration Ceremonies, March 4, 1909, William H. Taft

4916

5

18

1909

Autograph book from Hamilton Club Special Train to inauguration of William H. Taft and Sherman, March 4, 1909

4917

5

19

1905

Program Inauguration of the President and Vice-President of the United States Ceremonies at the National Capitol March 4, 1905. Three copies, one tan, one green and one pink

4918

5

20

1901

Official Souvenir Program Inaugural Ceremonies, March 4, 1901. Bound in leather Emma P. Hume written on title page

4920

5

21

1889

3 copies of seating chart for Banquet at the Metropolitan Opera House given in honor of the Centennial of the Inauguration of George Washington as President of the United States

4921

5

22

1913

House of Representatives ticket to admit to House wing of US Capitol, March 4, 1913 when countersisgned. Ticket is countersigned by Higgs (/)

4928

5

23

1913

House of Representatives tick March 4, 1913 House office Building to Willis Ruffuer

4928A

5

24

1913

4 ticket stubs to president's stand

4929

5

25

1913

Lafayette Stand inauguration of Woodrow Wilson and Thomas R. Marshall

4930

5

26

1913

Grand Stand Inaugural Procession of Woodrow Wilson

4931

5

27

1913

Inaugural ball, March 4, 1913 Armory Building

4932

5

28

1913

Inauguration Ceremonies Senate Folding Room Stand

4933

5

29

1913

West Terrace Entrance, US Capitol Building, Good only for Dome and Roof, March 4, 1913

4934

5

30

 

United States Senate Inaugural platform

4935

5

31

 

United States Senate Inaugural platform

4936

5

32

 

United States Senate Inaugural platform

4938

5

33

1913

Inauguration Ceremonies Platform B ticket and envelope, United States Senate, Inagural Platform

4939

5

34

1913

Inauguration Ceremonies Platform A ticket and envelope, United States Senate, Inagural Platform

4940

5

35

 

United States Senate, Ladies Gallery

4941

5

36

 

Ladies Gallery ticket

4942

5

37

1913

Inauguration Ceremonies Senate Wing of the Capitol and East Galleries reserved for Families and Guests of the Senators

4943

5

38

1913

Men's Southwest Gallery

4944

5

39

1913

2 tickets to Men's Southwest Gallery and envelope

4945

5

40

1913

Inauguration ceremonie Senate Wing and Senate Gallery ticket and envelope

4946

5

41

1913

United States Senate Inaugural platform

4947

5

42

1913

Inaugural ceremonies Every person including employees will be required to hve cards of identification to enter the Senate Wing

4948

5

43

 

Carriages Instuctions for carriage drivers for where they can park

4951

5

44

1913

Bearer Mr and Mrs. Fraelicker is a member of Governor Wilson's immediate party

4952

5

45

1913

Inauguration ceremonies, Senate Wing of the Capitol and Senate Chamber (blank ticket)

4953

5

46

1913

Inauguration ceremonies, Otis T. Wingo, Arkansas, Senate chanber admitance

4955

5

47

1889

Mrs. Frances Cleveland requests the pleasure of the company of Mrs. Dickenson at luncheon to meet Mrs. McElroy and envelope

4960

5

48

1869

Unaddressed invitation to the Grant Inauguration Reception (2 copies)

4962

5

49

1885

Official Program Presidential Inauguration

4964

5

50

1905

Inaugural Souvenir 1905, Theodore Roosevelt

4965

5

51

1905

Inauguration of Theodore Roosevelt as President of the United States…Membership and Duties of Committees in Charge of Inaugural Ceremonies

4966

 

6

1

1909

Program Inauguration Ceremonies March 4, 1909, William H. Taft

4969

6

2

1909

Points of Historical Historical Interest Inauguration of Taft and Sherman Selected by the Committee on Marking Points of Historical Interest

4974

6

3

1909

Inaugural Programme Price 10 Cents, William H. Taft

4975

6

4

 

Official List of Democrats in 61st Congress 23 Count 'Em 23

4976

6

5

1909

Campaign material - The White House Lunch for Politicians and the Common People Pie A Specialty Wm. H. Taft Proprietor Issed to Senator Nelson W. Aldrich

4977

6

6

1909

Campaign material - Received for Cold Storage from Frank H. Hitchock, 18 crates and 5 barrels containing T.R.'s policies - storage prepaid for 8 years from date - valuae asked, but indignantly refused…

4978

6

7

 

Campaign material - Mister Aldrich - "Pleese raise the boss's salery or else put golf blobz on the free list - Jimmie the Caddie"

4979

6

8

 

Campaign material - U.S. Snag off Charleston S.C. (sending) Wireless Telegram  Date April 17 time Operator: Capers To: J.B. Forsaken, U.S. Senate

4980

6

9

1909

Campaign material - Standard Oil Company 26 Broadway John D. Archbold New York April 17, 1909  My Dear Senator INVISIBLE INK J.D.A.

4981

6

10

 

Campaign Material - H.R. 1438 with notes and comments written all over it

4982

6

11

 

Condensed Itinerary of the "On-to-Washington Trip" Citizend Taft Club

4983

6

12

1909

The Cairo-Washington, D.C. Inaugural Dinner

4984

6

13

1909

Postcard with photograph of Court of Honor During Inauguration, March 4, 1909 Washington, DC (2 copies)

4996

6

14

1909

Postcard with photograph of Inaugural parade marching to White House Reviewing Stand March 4th Washington D.C.

4997

6

15

1909

Postcard with photograph of Inaugural Parade looking up 15th Street, Washington, D.C.

4998

6

16

1909

Postcard with photograph of Inaugural Parade Pennsylvania Ave ar 15th St. March 4th Washington D.C.

4999

6

17

 

U.S. Capitol East Door, Under Portico Senate Wing 166

5004

6

18

1909

Admission ticket to Lafayette Reviewing Stand, March 4, 1909 for inauguration of William H. Taft

5022

6

19

1909

Admission ticket to Lafayette Reviewing Stand, March 4, 1909 for inauguration of William H. Taft

5023

6

20

1909

Admission ticket to President's Reviewing Stand, March 4, 1909 for inauguration of William H. Taft

5025

6

21

1909

Admission ticket to Grand Stand of Inaugural Parade, March 4, 1909, William H. Taft

5026

6

22

1909

Admission ticket, reservation no. 2, for inauguration of William H. Taft, March 4, 1909

5028

6

23

1909

Admission ticket, Post Office Department Inaugural Day, March 4, 1909, William H. Taft

5029

6

24

1909

Two admission tickets, Inauguration Day Pass, Treasury Department, March 4, 1909, William H. Taft

5030

6

25

1909

Liverymen's Association Return Carriage Ticket, Inaugural Ball, March 4, 1909, William H. Taft

5034

6

26

1909

Invitation to Inaugural Ball, March 4, 1909, William H. Taft

5035

6

27

1909

Two admission tickets to Reserved Galleries, Inaugural Ball, March 4, 1909, William H. Taft

5037

6

28

1909

Flap to envelope with seal from Inauguration Ceremonies, March 4, 1909, William H. Taft

5042

6

29

1909

Inaugural souvenir, 1909, William H. Taft

5043

6

30

1933

Photograph of Theodore Roosevelt at inauguration, 1905, caption on back from February 8, 1933

5044

6

31

 

Photograph of inauguration of Theodore Roosevelt, caption on back

5045

6

32

1905

Photograph of bridge between Washington and Georgetown, February 1905

5046

6

33

1905

Photograph in front of the White House, Washington, March 4, 1905, Theodore Roosevelt

5047

6

34

1905

Photograph of National Theatre, Washington, March 4, 1905

5048

6

35

1905

Photograph of inaugural procession, Washington, March 4, 1905, Theodore Roosevelt

5049

6

36

1906

Note vouching for John Croghan, "Practical Caterer," signed by multiple people including Theodore Roosevelt and William H. Taft, April 12, 1906

5050

6

37

1905

Itinerary of the Governor of Maryland, Edwin Warfield, for the inauguration of Theodore Roosevelt, March 4, 1905

5075

6

38

1905

Luncheon to the President given by the City of Richmond, October 18th 1905

5109

6

39

 

small card - Announcement to Pompeian Grill Room…

5174

6

40

1911

In honor of Theodore Roosevelt given by the El Paso Chamber of Commerce and the Toltec Club

5180

6

41

1911

Dinner in honor of Theodore Roosevelt tendered bt the Citizens of Dallas

5183

6

42

1911

The Young Men's Christian Association Sunday Afternoon Service Omaha Auditorium

5184

6

43

1911

Dinner in honor of William H. Taft President of the United States Portland Commercial Club

5187

6

44

 

place card - Mr. John L. Burdett

5202

6

45

1888

Program/menu - National Republican Banquet…Baltimore

5209

6

46

1926

Program/menu - Military Order of the Loyal Legin of the United States Commandery of the District of Columbia Forty-fourth Anniversary Dinner Lincoln's Birthday

5211

6

47

1922

Program/menu - Dinner in honor of Hon. Joseph G. Cannon by the Alfalfa Club

5212

6

48

1903

Program/menu - Joint Banquet of the Societies of the Army of the Tennessee, Army of the Ohio, Army of the Cumberland, Army of the Potomas on the occasion of the dedication of the Statue of General William Tecumseh Sherman

5217

6

49

1890

Menu for Mrs.W.C. Squire's luncheon with Mrs. Lincoln witten at the top

5224

6

50

1888

Dinner Given by yhe Right Honerable Joseph Chamberlain with signatures on the back

5225

6

51

 

14th Annual Reunion Army of the Potomac

5226

6

52

1883

Mrs. James G. Fair requests the pleasure of your company at Dinner…to meet your brother Senators

5227

6

53

1882

Menu for the Arlington - Dinner Wednesday May 10, 1882

5228

6

54

1927

Program/menu - Breakfast to Mrs. Calvin Coolidge given by The Congressional Club

5255

6

55

1925

Program/menu - Breakfast to Mrs. Calvin Coolidge given by The Congressional Club

5256

6

56

1921

Ye Annual Breakfast of the Congressional Club - with handwritten note "Met Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. Marshall, Mrs. Daniels husband member of cabinet Secretary of Navy"

5257

6

57

1909

Program/menu - Reception and Inner to The Vice President fo the United States Hon. James Schoolcraft Sherman Staten Island Club

5260

6

58

1978

Program for Ladies of the Senate luncheon honoring Mrs. Carter, April 18, 1978

5265

6

59

1980

Program for Ladies of the Senate luncheon honoring Mrs. Carter, April 15, 1980

5265A

6

60

1933

Program for League of Republican Women of the District of Columbia luncheon in honor of Mrs. Hoover, February 11, 1933

5269

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