Political Ephemera, Box 1, 1753-1879

 

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Fellow Citizens on Behalf of Independent Judiciary Nominations

Appeals to fellow citizens voters in Baltimore City.

1

1

no date

no date

Baltimore City

Instructions to those canvassing to determine voters.

1

1

no date

no date

Unknown

Instructions to voters of First Precinct, 12th Ward for Election October 22nd.

1

1

no date

no date

Neil H. Tasker, Shamokin, Pennsylvania

Donkey Dollar:  Request to vote Republican on November 5th.

1

1

no date

no date

Unknown

Campaign button: dated Nov 7th(?).

1

1

no date

no date

Anti-Free Trade Supporters

Coin:  1/6 cut out.  "Your wages under free trade."

1

1

no date

no date

Frederick County Newspaper

Election Results: "Rejoice! Let Gorsuch crack his whip."

1

1

no date

no date

Abercorn Inn

Invitation: Dance at Abercorn Inn to Mrs. Fulton-Vark (?) (See MS 3126 for original).

1

1

no date

no date

Unknown

Vote for the Hero of the Hopkins Banquet(?).

1

1

no date

no date

Democratic Conservative Party

Candidates for Superior Court Clerk and Judges of Orphans Court.

3

1

no date

no date

Democratic Party

Slate of delegates to County Convention (Friel, James Smith, Wright, Goldsborough, Samuel Smith, Jr.).

1

1

no date

no date

Democratic Party

20th Ward Candidates and Delegates to the nominating conventions.

1

1

no date

no date

Friends of Catharine A "Cass" Davis

Campaign flyer:  Elect Cass Davis Democratic Candidate for Judge Orphans' Court Baltimore County.

1

1

no date

no date

Friends of "Chuck" Norris

Campaign flyer:  Charles W. Norris - Democrat for Baltimore County Sheriff.

1

1

no date

no date

Unknown

Ribbons: Gold & black (See MS 3126 for original).

2

1

no date

no date

Wilson Hall

Photograph: 32 older men in front of Wilson Hall with summer hats labeled '84' (See MS 3126 for original).

1

1

no date

no date

Ethan Allen

Letter: To the Bishop concerning church receipts signed by Ethan Allen (See MS 3126 for original).

1

1

no date

no date

United States Senate

Envelope: Empty.  Office of the Sergeant-at-Arms  (See MS 3126 for original).

1

1

no date

no date

White House

Envelope: Empty. Presidential Emblem to Miss Gary (See MS 3126 for original 000663).

1

1

no date

no date

Dempsey & O. Toole Engravers

Large Envelope: Empty. Unmarked (See MS3126 for original).

1

1

no date

no date

Citizens Committee for the School Loan

Campaign flyer: Vote for the school loan, Question 1 Tues Nov 5.

1

1

no date

1753

Oxford: The New The New Testament

Frontispiece: Signed by Button Gwinnett (See MS 3126 for original).

1

2

1753

ca. 1789

Federal Party

Slate of District Candidates & Electors.

3

2

ca. 1789

1793

Baltimore Assembly

Invitation: Copy of invitation for the season to Miss P. Cox. (See MS 3126 for original Folder 3710) (recovered from NARA, theft 2011)+A171

1

2

1793

1793

Grant's New Assembly Room

Invitation: Amicable Assembly for Miss Cox (See MS 3126 for original).

1

2

1793

1813

Elbridge Gerry

Letter: To President Madison regarding petitition of new inhabitants of Fairhaven (See MS3126 for original 54282).

1

2

1813

ca 1816-1820

Republican Star, Easton

Election results: Talbot County.

1

2

ca 1816-1820

1818

Democratic Party

Slate of Candidates for State, county Offices (Thomas C. Worthington Delegate).

1

2

1818

ca. 1818

Republican Party

Slate of Electors for Mayor.

1

2

ca. 1818

1821

Montgomery County

List of Senate Electors: Thomas David & George C. Washington.

1

2

1821

1822

Montgomery's Ticket

Slate of Electors for Mayor.

1

2

1822

1822

Baltimore Country

Congress & Assembly Candidates.

3

2

1822

1829, 1887

Republican Party

Slate of Candidates for Frederick County.

2

2

1829, 1887

ca.1828-1830

Jacob Small's Ticket

Slate of Candidates for 4th Ward.

1

2

ca.1828-1830

ca. 1826-1828

5th District Candidates

Congress & Assembly Candidates.

3

2

ca. 1826-1828

1835

Mayoral Candidate

General Samuel Smith, Hero of Two Wars.

1

2

1835

1836

Democratic Party

Slate of Electors for President (Van Buren/Johnson).

4

3

1836

1837

United States Senate

Expunged Resolution: charging the president assumed unconstitutional power.

1

3

1837

1837

Democratic Party

Candidates for the Assembly, Sheriff.

1

3

1837

1837

Ninth Ward

Candidate for First Branch of City Council: William W. Wilson.

1

3

1837

1839

Unknown

Candidates for Congress & Assembly for Sheriff (James Carroll & Solomon Hillen, Jr.): "Equal laws! Equal Rights!"

1

3

1839

ca. 1839

J. Murphy

Stationery: "Get out of the way, you're all unlucky, Clear the track for Old Kentucky!!"

1

3

ca. 1839

1840

Opposition to Martin Van Buren

Card: showing Martin Van Buren drinking champagne and hard cider.

1

3

1840

1840

Harrison Campaign

Stationery: (blank) showing log cabin & barrel of hard cider W.H. Harrison.

1

3

1840

1840

Reform Party

Slate of Baltimore Electors for President (Harrison/Tyler).

1

3

1840

1841

Inaugural Committee

Invitation: Inauguration Ball to Miss Smith (See MS 3126 for original).

1

3

1841

1841

W.H. Harrison Memorial

Memorial Ribbon: (2 listed, 1 missing).

1

3

1841

1840

Baltimore Patriot

Campaign picture: William Henry Harrison & his horse printed by Samuel Sands.

2

3

1840

1841

Temperance Reformation Party

Ribbon: supporting total abstinence.

1

3

1841

1842-1843

Hillen Campaign

Candidate card: Colonel Solomon Hillen for Mayor.

1

3

1842-1843

1842

Democratic Party

Candidates for the House of Delegates.

1

3

1842

ca. 1844

Unknown

Copy of 3 Patriotic Songs for Tyler in opposition to Henry Clay.

1

3

ca. 1844

1840

Harrison Campaign

Slates of Candidates for Senate, House of Delegates & County Commissioner.

2

4

1840

1844

Whig Party

Campaign ribbon: Henry Clay.

1

5

1844

1845

Thomas Hart Benton

Letter: To Mr. Bancroft requesting apppointment to the Navy (See MS 3126 for original 54282).

1

5

1845

1845

Inaugural Committee

Invitation: Democratic Inauguration Ball to Miss Virginia Spafford (See MS 3126 for original).

1

5

1845

ca. 1847

Baltimore City

Candidates for 6th Ward:  Elliot, Blessing, Phelps, Swan, & Hager.

1

5

ca. 1847

1847

Jackson & Liberty

Slate of Candidates for Governor, Congress & House of Delegates.

1

5

1847

1847

Whig Party

Candidates 4th District.

2

5

1847

1848

Jackson & Liberty

Slate of Electors for President (Cass/Butler).

1

5

1848

1848

Whig Party

Campaign Ribbon.

2

5

1848

1848

Whig Party

Slate of Electors for President (Taylor/Fillmore).

4

5

1848

1849

Democratic Party

Slate of Candidates for Congress & House of Delegates 4th District.

1

5

1849

1849

Whig Party

Slate of Candidates for Congress & House of Delegates 4th District.

3

5

1849

1849

Whig Party

Candidate for First Branch of City Council: James S. Suter 4th Ward.

1

5

1849

1849

Whig Party

Candidate for First Branch of City Council: William Waldman 10th Ward.

1

5

1849

1849

Inaugural Committee

Invitation: Grand Inauguration Ball to Mrs. Tom Morris & ladies (See MS 3126 for original).

1

5

1849

ca. 1850

Democratic Party

Candidate for Sheriff: Charles F. Cloud.

1

5

ca. 1850

1850

Democratic Party

Candidate for Governor: Enoch Louis Lowe.

3

5

1850

1850

Reubinite Ticket

Candidate for Governor: Enoch Louis Lowe.

2

5

1850

1850

Whig Party

Candidate for Mayor: John H.T. Jerome 4th Ward.

2

5

1850

1850

Whig Party

Candidate for Mayor: John H.T. Jerome 11th Ward.

1

5

1850

1850

Reubenites

Candidate for Mayor: John H.T. Jerome 19th Ward.

1

5

1850

1950

Dambmann Bros & Co.

Memorial Card: Zachary Taylor.

1

5

1950

1850

Whig Party

Candidate for Governor: William B. Clarke.

1

5

1850

1850

Unknown

County Delegates to State Convention.

1

5

1850

1850

Unknown

Ballots for Convention: for or against new Constitution.

5

5

1850

ca. 1851

Baltimore City

11th Ward City Council Candidate: Jacob I. Cohen, Jr.

1

6

ca. 1851

1851

Whig Party

Candidates for State Offices.

1

6

1851

1851

Whig Party

Nomination for City Council: Malcom W. Mearis.

1

6

1851

1851

4th Congressional District

Candidate for Congress: Thomas Yates Walsh.

1

6

1851

1851

Whig Party

Slate of Candidates for House of Delegates and Baltimore City Offices.

1

6

1851

1851

Whig Party

Slate of Candidates for House of Delegates and Baltimore City Offices.

1

6

1851

1852

Whig Party

Slate of Candidates for Electors for Presidency (Scott or Pierce?).

2

6

1852

1852

Whig Party

Slate of Candidates for Electors for Presidency.

1

6

1852

1852

Democratic Party

Slate of Candidates for Baltimore City 2d Ward.

1

6

1852

1853

Whig Party

Slate of State Candidates, 4th Ward (Richard Bowie, Governor).

1

6

1853

1853

Whig Party

Slate of Candidates for State Offices.

3

6

1853

1853

Whig Party

Slate of Candidates for State Offices 4th Ward.

1

6

1853

1853

Whig Party

Slate of Candidates for State Offices 8th Ward.

1

6

1853

1853

Whig Party

Slate of Candidates for State Offices 10th Ward.

2

6

1853

1853

Democratic Party

Slate of Candidates for State Offices 10th Ward.

1

6

1853

1853

Maine Law Party

Slate of Candidates for State Offices 4th, 10th, & 15th Wards.

3

6

1853

1853

First Branch City Council

Candidate for City Council: William Peters.

1

6

1853

1853

Maine Law Party

Candidates for State Offices.

1

6

1853

1853

Democratic Party

Slate of Nominees 10th Ward.

2

6

1853

ca. 1853

Independent Candidate

Baltimore City Council: Levi Taylor, Sr.

1

6

ca. 1853

1853

Whig Party

Slate of Nominees 10th Ward.

1

6

1853

ca. 1852-1854

Smith & Co.

List of House of Delegates.

1

6

ca. 1852-1854

1854

American Party

Slate of City Candidates: (Samuel Hinks, Mayor).

2

6

1854

1855

American Party

Slate of State Candidates: 4th Ward (William H. Purnell, Governor).

5

6

1855

1855

American Party

Slate of Candidates for Mayor, Recorder, Aldermen (Nicholas Brewer, Jr.).

1

6

1855

1855

American Party

Slate of Candidates 10th Ward.

1

6

1855

1855

American Party

Slate of Candidates 13th Ward.

2

6

1855

ca. 1855

Democratic Conservative Party

John Donnelly, 7th Ward.

3

6

ca. 1855

1855

American Party

Slate of Candidates 18th Ward.

3

6

1855

1856

Democratic Party

Baltimore City Candidates: 4th & 11th Wards (Robert Clinton Wright, Mayor).

2

6

1856

1856

Know-Nothing Party

Slate of City Candidates: 3rd, 4th, 7th, 10th, & 18th Wards  (Thomas Swann, Mayor).

5

6

1856

1856

Democratic Party

Slate of Candidates/Electors for President (Buchanan/Breckinridge).

1

6

1856

1856

American Party

Slate of Electors for President: (Fillmore/Donelson).

6

6

1856

1856

Republican Party

Candidates for President/Electors: (John C. Fremont/William Dayton).

1

6

1856

1856

Republican, National Democracy, Douglas Democracy Parties

Plat for MS of the 3 parties (copy).

1

6

1856

1857

Inaugural Committee

Invitation: Grand National Inauguration Ball (See MS 3126 for original 54160).

1

7

1857

1857

Inaugural Committee

Invitation: Grand National Inauguration Ball to Mrs. I.J. Mason (See MS 3126 for original).

1

7

1857

1857

General Party

Slate of Candidates for State & County Offices (John Groome, Governor).

1

7

1857

1857

American Party

Slate of State Candidates: 4th & 19th Wards.

2

7

1857

1858

American Party

Baltimore City Candidates: 5th & 10th Wards.

2

7

1858

1858

Independent Candidate

Baltimore City Candidates 4th & 6th Wards (Colonel Augustus P. Shutt, Mayor).

2

7

1858

1859

Willard's

Invitation: Ball in honor of Lord & Lady Napier to Miss Nicholson (See MS 3126 for original 56296).

1

7

1859

1859

Reform Party

Slate of Nominees: 10th Ward.

2

7

1859

1859

Reform Party

Slate of Nominees: 18th Ward.

1

7

1859

1859

Reform Party

Candidate for City Council: 19th Ward (William Linton).

2

7

1859

1859

American Party

Candidates for City Council: 5th & 6th Wards.

2

7

1859

1859

American Party

Slate of Nominees: 10th Ward.

1

7

1859

1859

American Party

Slate of Candidates for State Offices (William H. Purnell, Comptroller) 4th, 19th & 20th Wards.

3

7

1859

1859

Union Party

Candidate for State Senator: Marcus Denison.

2

7

1859

1859

Unconditional Union Party

Congressional Candidate 4th district: Henry Winter Davis.

4

7

1859

1859

Unconditional Union Party

Congressional Candidate 4th district: Henry Winter Davis (in German).

1

7

1859

1859

American Party

Slate of Candidates for State Offices (H. Winter Davis, Congress).

1

7

1859

1859

Democratic Party

Candidates for State Offices (A. Lingan Jarrett, Comptroller).

1

7

1859

1860

Maryland State Ticket

President & Vice President (John Bell, Edward Everett) & Electors.

4

7

1860

1860

Republican Party

President & Vice President (Abraham Lincoln, Hannibal Hamlin) & Electors.

1

7

1860

1860

Republican Party

Copy of Platform for 1860: Baltimore Republican Executive Committee.

1

7

1860

1860

Democratic Party

Candidates for President & Vice-President: (John C. Breckenridge, Joseph Lane).

6

7

1860

1860

Democratic Party

Candidates for President & Vice President (Stephen A. Douglas, Herschel V. Johnson).

1

7

1860

1860

Democratic Party

Candidate for City Offices (George William Brown, Mayor).

1

7

1860

1860

Reform Party

Baltimore City Candidates: 9th Ward.

1

7

1860

1861

United States of America

Bounty Land Certificate: Granted to John Lorn Private in Captain Hauverts Company, War of 1812 (See MS 3126 for original).

1

7

1861

1861

Confederate States of America

Candidates for President & Vice-President (Jefferson Davis, Alexander Stephens).

1

7

1861

1861

Peace Party

Candidate for Congress 4th District Honorary Henry May.

5

7

1861

1861

Peace Party

Campaign Card: "Privateer Southern Confederacy, J. Davis Captain."

1

7

1861

1861

Peace Party

Slate of Candidates for State Offices (Benjamin C. Howard, Governor).

1

7

1861

1861

National Democratic Party

Slate of Candidates for State Offices (Benjamin C. Howard, Governor).

3

7

1861

1861

House of Representatives

Copy of Speech: Honorary J. Morrison Harris of Maryland.

2

7

1861

1861

State of Maryland

Candidates for the House of Delegates.

6

7

1861

1861

Baltimore County American

Newspaper article describing the Baltimore Riot.

1

7

1861

1861

Union Party

Candidate for Congress 3rd District: Cornelius L.L. Leary.

1

7

1861

1861

Union Party

Nominee for City Council 10th Ward: Davis R Hoopes.

4

7

1861

1861

Union Party

Nominees for City Council: 11th, 12th, 16th, & 19th Wards.

4

7

1861

1861

Union Party

Slate of Candidates for State & City Offices (Augustus W. Bradford, Governor).

4

7

1861

1862

People's Union Party

Candidates for City Office 10th Ward: Frederick Fickey, Jr., Mayor.

1

7

1862

1862

Regular Unconditional Union Party

Candidates for City Office 4th, 10th & 19th Ward: John Lee Chapman, Mayor.

4

7

1862

1863

Unconditional Union Party

Delegates to the Unconditional Union Convention.

1

7

1863

ca.1863

Unconditional Union Party

Tenth Ward Candidate for City Council: George Keyser.

1

7

ca.1863

1864

Regular Unconditional Union Party

Candidates for State Offices: (Henry H. Goldsborough, Comptroller).

3

8

1864

1864

Independent Candidate

Slate of Nominees: Baltimore City 2nd District.

1

8

1864

1864

Union Party

Slate of Nominees: 10th Ward.

1

8

1864

1864

Union Party

Slate of Nominees: President & State Offices.

1

8

1864

ca. 1864

National Union Party

Candidates for Mayor & City Council (Daniel Harvey).

1

8

ca. 1864

1864

For the Constitution

Flyer: "Our Country Forever!"

2

8

1864

ca. 1864

Union Party

Slate of Baltimore City: Delegates to State Constitutional Convention.

1

8

ca. 1864

1864

For the Constitutional Amendment

Flyer.

1

8

1864

1864

Somerset County

Official Election Returns.

1

8

1864

1864

Democratic Conservative Party

Slate of Delegates to City Convention (Bevan, McKay, Foard, Fitzgerald, VanDaniker).

1

8

1864

1864

Democratic Party

Slate of Candidates (George McClellan, President)

5

8

1864

1864

Montgomery County Republican Party

Slate of Candidates for Federal & State Offices (Lincoln, Johnson, & Swann).

1

8

1864

1864

Union Party

Unconditional Emancipation Anti-compensation: Candidates to State Constitutional Convention.

1

8

1864

1864

Republican Party

Slate of Candidates: (Abraham Lincoln, Andrew Johnson).

1

8

1864

1864

Unconditional Union Party

Candidates for Mayor & City Council: 10th Ward.

2

8

1864

1864

Unconditional Union Party

Candidates for Mayor & City Council: 11th Ward.

1

8

1864

1865

Inaugural Committee

Invitation: National Inauguration Ball to Miss Jossie McPhail (See MS 3126 for original).

2

8

1865

1865

Congregational Church, Rutland, Vt.

Program: Obsequies for the Late President Lincoln (See MS 3126 for original, folder 1332) (Recovered from NARA, theft 2011).

1

8

1865

1864

People's Party

Candidates for Baltimore City (Joseph Mayo, Mayor).

1

8

1864

1866

Unconditional Union Headquarters

Certificate of appointment as Delegate to Southern Loyalist Convention.

1

8

1866

1866

National Union Party

Slate of Candidates opposed to Negro suffrage.

2

8

1866

1866

Unconditional Union Party

Slate of Candidates for State Offices: 2nd Legislative District.

1

8

1866

1866

Democratic Conservative Party

Slate of Candidates: (Horatio Seymour, President).

6

8

1866

1868

Baltimore City

Candidate for Mayor of Baltimore: Samuel Hindes.

3

8

1868

1868

Democratic Party

Slate of Candidates for State Offices: (Oden Bowie, Governor).

1

8

1868

1868

United States Senate

Ticket: to Gallery for the Impeachment of the President (See MS 3126 for original).

6

8

1868

1868

United States Senate

Ticket: to Gallery for the Impeachment of the President (See MS 3126 for original, folder 2973) (Recovered from NARA, theft 2011).

1

8

1868

1868

United States Senate

Ticket: to Gallery for the Impeachment of the President (See MS 3126 for original, folder 2974) (Recovered from NARA, theft 2011).

1

8

1868

1868

United States Senate

Ticket: to Gallery for the Impeachment of the President (See MS 3126 for original, folder 2975) (Recovered from NARA, theft 2011).

1

8

1868

1868

United States Senate

Ticket: to Gallery for the Impeachment of the President (See MS 3126 for original, folder 2977) (Recovered from NARA, theft 2011).

1

8

1868

1868

United States Senate

Ticket: to Gallery for the Impeachment of the President (See MS 3126 for original, folder 2978) (Recovered from NARA, theft 2011).

1

8

1868

1868

United States Senate

Ticket: to Gallery for the Impeachment of the President (See MS 3126 for original, folder 2979) (Recovered from NARA, theft 2011).

1

8

1868

1868

United States Senate

Ticket: to Gallery for the Impeachment of the President (See MS 3126 for original, folder 2985) (Recovered from NARA, theft 2011).

1

8

1868

1869

State of Maryland

Receipt: (blank) for contribution for testimonial to be presented to Thomas Holliday Hicks.

3

8

1869

1869

United States Senate

Ticket: Gallery of the United States Senate Inauguration Day (See MS 3126 for original 49887).

1

8

1869

1869

United States Treasury Building

Ticket: Inauguration Reception for Bearer & two Ladies (See MS 3126 for original 49887).

1

8

1869

1869

Republican Party

Slate of Candidates for State Offices.

1

8

1869

1870

President & Mrs. Ulysses S. Grant

Invitation: to Jennie Turnbull for lunch at the Executive Mansion (See MS 3126 for original).

1

8

1870

1870

Republican Party

Slate of Candidates: James A. Gary (Cardboard backing is broken).

1

8

1870

1871

Examiner Newspaper Frederick County

Election Results: Republican County Ticket Elected

1

9

1871

1871

Democratic Conservative Party

Candidates for State Office: (William Pinkney Whyte, Governor).

3

9

1871

1872

Examiner Newspaper Frederick County

Election Results: Grant re-elected.

1

9

1872

1872

Republican Party

Slate of Candidates: 3rd Congressional District (Ulysses S. Grant, President).

4

9

1872

1872

Republican Party

Slate of Candidates: 4th Congressional District (Ulysses S. Grant, President).

2

9

1872

1872

Republican Party

Slate of Candidates for all Maryland Congressional Districts (Ulysses S. Grant, President).

1

9

1872

1872

Democratic & Liberal Parties

Slate of Candidates for President & Electors: (Horace Greeley, B. Gratz Brown).

3

9

1872

1872

Republican Party

Candidate for City Council: 19th Ward (Samuel A. Ewalt).

2

9

1872

ca.1873

Democratic Party

African American support for Democrats in Uncle Remus (dialect).

1

9

ca.1873

1873

Republican Party

Candidates for State and Carroll County Offices: (hand-written results).

1

9

1873

1875

Examiner Newspaper Frederick County

Election Results: Democratic Party Squelched.

1

9

1875

1875

Democratic Conservative Party

Slate of Candidates for State Offices: (John Lee Carroll, Governor).

3

9

1875

1875

Reform Party

Slate of Candidates for State Offices: (J. Morrison Harris, Governor).

4

9

1875

1875

Republican Party

Political Card Nomination for Sheriff: John Sweadner.

1

9

1875

ca. 1875

Baltimore City

19th Ward City Council Candidate: William J. Hooper.

1

9

ca. 1875

ca. 1876

County Convention delegates

Unpledged: David Longnecker, William Harvey, J. Marion Duncan, Nimrod Yingling, & George Burke.

1

10

ca. 1876

1876

Democratic National Reform Party

Slate of Candidates for President & Electors: (Samuel J. Tilden).

16

10

1876

1876

Republican Party

Campaign Ribbon: (Hayes and Reassessment).

1

10

1876

1876

Republican Party

Slate of Candidates for President & Electors: (Rutherford B. Hayes).

8

10

1876

1876

Baltimore American Newspaper

Response to letter of C.C. Fulton from A.B.C.

1

10

1876

ca. 1871-1877

Unknown

Candidates for Public Works, Courts, State's Attorney, Surveyor, & Justice of the Peace.

2

10

ca. 1871-1877

ca. 1877

Independent Democratic Party

Candidate for First Branch City Council 12th Ward: Geo. [sic.] R. Goffroth.

3

10

ca. 1877

1877

Republican Party

Slate of Candidates for State Office: (G. Ellis Porter, Comptroller).

5

10

1877

1877

United States Mint

Letter: From William. E. DuBois to J. Howard McHenry concerning medal or die (See MS 3126 for original).

1

10

1877

1877

United States Mint

Letter: From William. E. DuBois to J. Howard McHenry follow up to previous letter (See MS 3126 for original).

1

10

1877

1877

Workingmen's Party

Slate of Candidates for State Office: (G. Ellis Porter, Comptroller).

6

10

1877

1877

Baltimore City

Candidates for Baltimore City: (H.M. Warfield, Mayor).

1

10

1877

1877

Masonic Temple

Copy of speech: S. Teackle Wallis.

1

10

1877

1877

Democratic Conservative Party

Slate of Candidates for Baltimore City 11th, 12th & 18th Wards: (Colonel George P. Kane, Mayor).

9

10

1877

1877

Democratic Conservative Party

Slate of Candidates for Baltimore City 12th Ward: (Honorary F.C. Latrobe, Mayor).

2

10

1877

1877

Democratic Conservative Party

Slate of Candidates for State & City.

4

10

1877

1877

Workingmen's Party

Slate of City Candidates 14th & 19th Wards (Jos. [sic.] Thompson, Mayor).

4

10

1877

1878

State of Maryland, City of Baltimore

Appointment to Board of Supervisors of Election in Baltimore City.

1

11

1878

1878

Republican Party

Congressional Candidate 4th district: John C. Holland.

10

11

1878

1878

Democratic Conservative Party

Candidate for Congressional 4th District: Robert M. McLane.

6

11

1878

1878

Independent Jackson Democrat Party

Candidate for Congressional 4th District: Lambert Gittings.

1

11

1878

1879

Republican Party

Slate of Candidates 2nd Legislative District: (James A. Gary, Governor).

32

11

1879

1879

Democratic Party

Candidates for Congress: Judge, Carroll County.

1

11

1879

1879

Democratic Conservative Party

Slate of Candidates for Baltimore City 12th Ward: (Honorary F.C. Latrobe, Mayor).

1

11

1879

1878

Democratic Conservative Party

Slate of State & City Candidates: 2nd District (Thomas J. Keating, Comptroller).

5

11

1878

1878

Democratic Conservative Party

Slate of State & County Candidates: (Thomas J. Keating, Comptroller).

1

11

1878

1878

Workingmen's Party

Slate of State & City Candidates:  3rd District (Thomas J. Keating, Comptroller).

6

11

1878

1878

Democratic Party

Slate of Candidates for State & City: (Thomas J. Keating, Comptroller).

2

11

1878

1878

Democratic Party

Slate of Candidates for State & Carroll County: (Thomas J. Keating, Comptroller).

1

11

1878

1879

Workingmen's Party

Slate of Candidates for City: (W.J. Hooper, Mayor).

1

11

1879

1879

Striker Against Rings and Cliques

Political Flyer to Voters of the 18th Ward.

1

11

1879