Political Ephemera, R3, 1900-1929

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Folder

1900

Unknown

Political cartoon: McKinley was right in 1896.

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1900

Unknown

Political cartoon: Democratic Imperialism the Negro disfranchised McKinley's Philippine policy (in 2 pieces).

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1

1900

Unknown

Political cartoon; McKinley's Imperialism, Bryan's Philippine policy.

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1

1900

Unknown

Political cartoon: McKinley on Expansion.

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1

1900

Edwards, Deutsch & Heitmann Chicago Copyright

Political cartoon: Bryan on Expansion.

1

1

ca. 1900

American Job Office, Baltimore

Card: Governor Lloyd Lowndes & other State Dignitaries.

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1

1901

Inaugural Committee

Program: Inaugural Grand Concerts Pension Building (See MS 3126 for original 63463).

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1

1901

Inaugural Committee

Dance Card: Inaugural Ball (See MS 3126 for original).

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1

1901

Inaugural Committee

Program: Ceremonies at the National Capitol (See MS 3126 for original).

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1

1901

Inaugural Committee

Ticket: Senate Wing of the Capitol & Room of the Committee on Public Lands (See MS 3126 for original 63463).

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1

1901

Inaugural Committee

Ticket: Platform A Senate Side of the Capitol Building (See MS 3126 for original 002702).

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1

1901

Inaugural Committee

Ticket: Senate Wing of the Capitol (See MS 3126 for original 002702).

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1

1901

United States House of Representatives

Member's Pass: Colonel Ben F. Taylor.

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1

1901

Republican Party

Ticket: Republican Party Mass Meeting Vice President's ticket.

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1

ca. 1901

Republican Party

Campaign Cards: Benjamin F. Taylor for County Commissioner Baltimore County.

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1

ca. 1901

Baltimore County

Business Card: Benjamin F. Taylor County Commissioner of Baltimore County.

1

1

1902

Young Men's Republican Club

Invitation: Annual Complimentary Picnic with committee members

1

1

1903

Circuit Court Prince George's County, Maryland

Record of trials: Rufus H. Vincent, Republican Candidate for Sheriff.

1

1

1904

White House, Washington

Letter:  To Honorary John C. Rose, United States Attorney from Theodore Roosevelt (See MS 3126 for original).

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1

1904

Republican Party

Sample Ballot: suggesting voting for Republican candidates.

1

1

1905

Prohibition Party

Political cartoon and extract: Party Platform concerning enfranchisement of Negros.

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1

1905

Democratic Party

Campaign Card: J. Chas. Linthicum for State Senator.

1

1

1905

The Baltimore News

Copy of interview by Edgar H. Gans about the Poe Amendment.

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2

1905

Baltimore Reform League

Special Report: Executive Committee on the Poe Amendment

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2

1905

Crescent Democratic Club

Report of the General Committee: "The Poe Amendment Its Purposes and Effects."

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2

1905

Democratic Anti-Poe Amendment Association

Flyer: "Do you wish to remain a voter?"

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2

1905

Democratic Party

"The Poe Amendment: What Governor Warfield & other Prominent Democrats Think of it."

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2

1905

Unknown

Flyer: "Are you a voter?  Provisions of the Proposed Constitutional Amendment."

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2

1905

Unknown

Campaign Card: urging vote against the Poe Amendment, "Preserve the Honor of our State."

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2

1905

Prohibition Party

Platform: Prohibition Party including Poe Amendment position.

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2

1905

Republican State Central Committee

Speech: Honorary Charles J. Bonaparte, Presiding Officer Republican State Convention (1 English, 1 German).

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2

1905

Republican State Central Committee

Address: Honorary Lewis Putzel, Republican State Convention.

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2

1905

Republican State Central Committee

Instructions to Republican Committeemen, Election Officials, Challengers, Etc.

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2

1905

Republican State Central Committee

Flyer: "If you, or your wife, don't own $500.00 worth of property, your vote is in danger(?)"

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2

1905

Republican Party

Slate of Republicans: with poem "Th' reflections of an ilitrat 'pon th' grandpap mendment."

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2

1907

Democratic Party

Campaign Card: J. Barry Mahool, nomination for Mayor.

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3

1907

Democratic Party

Flyer: Record of Teo. Stewart Brown, Candidate for Mayor of Baltimore.

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3

1908

Republican State Central Committee

Instructions: in reference to the Corrupt Practices Act.

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3

1909

Inaugural Committee

Dance Card: Inaugural Ball (See MS 3126 for original 72997).

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3

1909

Baltimore Reform League

Flyer: opposing Disfranchising Amendment "Reject the Amendment."

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3

1909

Baltimore Reform League

Letter: requesting poll watcher from Karl A.M. Scholtz.

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3

1909

Baltimore Reform League

Letter: requesting donation for work done during the present campaign, Henry W. Williams.

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3

1909

Baltimore Trades Council

Flyer: in support of the Conduit or Subway Loan.

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3

1909

Democratic Party

Ballots: Senatorial Primary Baltimore City 3rd Legislative District for Isadore Rayner (11 unmarked, 7 marked).

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3

1909

Democratic Party

Flyer: against Disfranchising Amendment  "Trick Ballot Legislation in Maryland since 1901."

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3

1909

Democratic Party

Flyer: against Disfranchising Amendment "Disfranchising Amendment or the Constitution."

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1909

Democratic Party

Flyer: against Disfranchising Amendment "Could you do the "Educational Stunt"?"

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3

1909

Democratic Party

Flyer: against Disfranchising Amendment "Are you a voter?"

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3

1909

Unknown

Sample Ballot: including Constitutional Amendment "Elective Franchise."

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3

1909

Inauguration Floor Committee

Inaugural Committee notice of rehearsal of Floor Committee (Copy, original in Box 6 folder 4970)(Recovered by NARA, theft 2011).

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3

1909

Inauguration Floor Committee (Recovered by NARA, theft 2011)

Instructions for the Inaugural Committee (Copy, original in Box 6 folder 4971(Recovered by NARA, theft 2011).

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3

1909

Inauguration Floor Committee (Recovered by NARA, theft 2011)

Letter: Nominating E.S. Yergason to Inaugural Floor Committee from Gist Blair (Copy, original in Box 6 folder 4972).

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3

1909

Lawyers' Anti-amendment League

Letter: urging vote against "Elective Franchise" amendment from J. Frank Supplee, Jr.

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1909

Lawyers' Anti-amendment League

Letter: requesting presence at meeting to oppose "Elective Franchise" amendment.

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3

1909

Republican Party

Sample Ballot: including Constitutional Amendment "Elective Franchise" Republicans marked.

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1909

Republican Party

Campaign Flyer: Republican Primary candidates.

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1909

Republican Party

Republican Ballot: 5th Precinct, 2nd Election District Frederick County.

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1909

Republican Party

Letter: from William D. Platt requesting vote against corruption and the amendment.

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3

1910

Anti-Saloon League

Flyer: "What the local option bill means--and how to help pass it." Baltimore City Officials.

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4

1910

Anti-Saloon League

Letter: from William H. Anderson requesting donation and letter-writing campaign.

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4

1910

Frends of William H. Welch (Recovered by NARA, theft 2011)

Invitation & Welch Rabbit engraving:  To Dr. Gardner for dinner in honor of Welch (Copy, original in Box 6 folder 3407).

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4

1910

Republican Party

Letter and biography: of Karl A.M. Scholtz, Candidate for 4th District Congress.

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4

1910

Republican Party

Campaign Flyer: accusing Linthicum of corruption with newspaper letters supporting Mullikin.

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4

1910

Republican Party

Sample Primary Ballot: with Mullikin checked off for Congress.

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4

1910

Republican Party

Sample General Election Ballot: with Mullikin checked off for Congress.

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4

1910

Mullikin Campaign

Letter: requesting support as candidate for Congress.

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4

1910

Mullikin Campaign

Letter: requesting vote for Mullikin as candidate for Congress.

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4

1910

Mullikin Campaign

Campaign Card: Addison E. Mullikin, 4th Congressional District for Congress.

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4

1911

Anti-Saloon League

Flyer: to defeat the Baltimore City Liquor Gang from William H. Anderson.

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4

1911

Anti-Saloon League

Flyer: to support local option "Which will you protect--the boy or the saloon?"

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4

1911

Anti-Saloon League

Flyer: of recommendations for Baltimore City.

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4

1911

Democratic Party

Sample Ballot: with Democratic candidates marked for State Offices.

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4

1911

Democratic Party

Campaign Card: T. Howard Embert, House of Delegates.

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1911

Democratic Party

Campaign Card: Geo. [sic.] Carey Lindsay for Clerk of the Baltimore City Court.

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1911

Democratic Party

Campaign Card: William Milnes Maloy for State Senate.

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1911

Democratic Party

Campaign Card: James McC. Trippe, House of Delegates.

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4

1911

Democratic Party

Campaign Card: Joseph L. Wickes, City Surveyor.

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4

1911

Johns Hopkins University (Recovered by NARA, theft 2011)

Program: Third National Peace Congress with POTUS inscription (Copy, original in Box 6 folder 546)(Recovered by NARA, theft 2011).

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4

1911

Republican Party

Sample Ballot: for Baltimore City with Republicans marked.

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1911

Republican Party

Letter: requesting support for Mayor and Comptroller candidates.

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4

1911

Republican Party

Campaign Flyer: George W. Cameron, State Senate.

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1911

Republican Party

Comparison of Republican and Democratic Candidates, "Comparisons are Odious."

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4

1911

Republican Party

Letter: from Lindsay C. Spencer requesting support for Republican candidate for City Council.

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4

1911

McNulty Campaign

Campaign Flyer: Thomas F. McNulty for Sheriff 1913-1923 (but marked 1911).

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1911

Baker Campaign

Campaign Card: J. Henry Baker for Associate Judge of the Supreme Bench

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4

1911

Sappington Campaign

Campaign Card: Augustine de R. Sappington for Associate Judge of the Supreme Bench.

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4

1912

Harmon Campaign

Campaign ribbon: labeled Harmon (Judson Harmon, Democratic presidential candidate hopeful).

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5

1912

Democratic Party

Sample Ballot: President and Delegates to State Convention.

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5

1912

Republican Party

Sample Ballot: President and Delegates to State Convention and 4th District.

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5

1912

Republican Party

Sample Ballot: General Election 4th District, Republican Candidates checked.

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5

1912

Republican Party

Campaign Flyer: William H. Maltbie Congress 4th District.

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5

1912

Anti-saloon League of Maryland

Campaign Card: supporting William H. Maltbie for Congress from J. Bibb Mills.

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5

1912

Republican Party

Campaign Card: supporting Taft from Congressional Record speech by William J. Browning.

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5

1912

Hiberian Society of Savannah, Georgia

Program: 100th Anniversary Dinner Hotel De Soto William Howard Taft invited guest (See MS 3126 for original).

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5

1912

Citizens' Campaign Committee

Pamphlet: Facts about Baltimore City Rents, Taxes & Development.

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5

1912

Baltimore & Ohio Railroad

Democratic National Convention Pamphlet.

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6

1912

Democratic Party

Official Program & Souvenir of the National Democratic Convention.

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6

1912

Municipal National Democratic Committee

Convention Week Program: presented by Mayor James H. Preston to committee members.

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6

1912

Democratic Party

Guest tickets: Democratic National Convention.

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6

1912

Democratic Party (Recovered by NARA, theft 2011)

Ticket stub: Democratic National Convention Guest (Copy, original in Box 6 Folder 1694A)(Recovered by NARA, theft 2011).

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6

1912

Democratic Party (Recovered by NARA, theft 2011)

Ticket stub: Democratic National Convention for Guest (Copy, original in Box 6 Folder 1695)(Recovered by NARA, theft 2011).

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1912

Democratic National Committee

Certificate: donation to campaign of Woodrow Wilson for President ($20).

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1912

Farmers and Merchants National Bank

Check: $100,000.00 which secured the Democratic National Convention (on Card with sleeve).

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6

1912

Harry H. Johannes, Jr.

Copy of campaign song: for Wilson to be sung to Maryland, "My Maryland" (Oh Tannenbaum).

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6

1912

Fifth Regiment Armory

Letter: from Sergeant-at-Arms allowing entrance to the Armory to bearer of letter.

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6

1914

Republican Party

Sample Ballot for General Election: 4th District, Republican Candidates checked.

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1914

Democratic Party

Campaign Flyer: Isaac Lobe Straus for United States Senator.

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7

1915

Democratic Party

Campaign pamphlet: "A Great Municipal Record" for Baltimore City Offices (German & English).

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7

1915

Democratic Party

Campaign pamphlet: James H. Preston, Mayor of Baltimore City.

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7

1915

Business Men's League of Maryland

Campaign Card: Mr. Weller from the Baltimore News.

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7

1915

Republican State Central Committee

Registration Card.

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7

1915

Republcan State Central Committee

Transfer Card.

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7

1915

Republican State Central Committee

Letter: urging Republicans to register voters (Cards listed above possibly enclosed).

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7

1915

McNulty Campaign

Campaign Card: Thomas F. McNulty for Sheriff.

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7

1915

Romm Press, Baltimore, Maryland

Mayoral Election handbill (Hebrew, in 6 pieces).

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7

1815

Trades Council Allied Printing Baltimore

Pamphlet: Governor Blair Lee of Montgomery County.

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7

1916

Baltimore City

Ordinance No. 167: Regulating how and where the Star-Spangled Banner may be played.

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8

1916

Democratic Party

Democratic Platform, 1916.

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8

1916

Woodrow Wilson Independent League

Pamphlet: "Independents are for Wilson  Why?"

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8

1916

J. Cardinal Gibbons

Letter: to the Maryland Association opposed to women suffrage.

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8

ca. 1918

Maryland Association Opposed to Woman Suffrage

Subscription form: requesting help for the cause and subscription to The Woman Patriot.

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8

1919

National Association opposed to Woman Suffrage

Flyer: "Eternal vigilence is the price of liberty!"

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8

1919

Washington Government Printing Office

Pamphlet Extract: from speech of Honorary Ellison D. Smith on Woman Suffrage.

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8

1919

Anti-saloon League

Campaigners' Manual.

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8

1920

Democratic Party (Recovered by NARA, theft 2011)

Ticket Stub: Democratic National Convention Floor Staff (Copy, original in Box 6 folder 1694) (Recovered by NARA, theft 2011).

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9

1921

Wellwood Club (Recovered by NARA, theft 2011)

Invitation, menu, cartoon, poem, song for Connecticut Day in Maryland William B. McCarthy (copy, original in Box 6 folder 4310)(Recovered by NARA, theft 2011).

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9

1921

Montgomery County Election Board

Sample Ballot: William S. Gordy, Jr. Comptroller & J. Wellington Boyer, House of Delegates.

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9

ca. 1922

The Maryland League of Women Voters

Flyer: Officers and Committee Chairs Mrs. Charles E. Ellicott, President.

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9

1923

Maryland Democratic State Convention

Platform and candidates.

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9

1923

Democratic State Central Committee

Pamphlet: Democratic Campaign Booklet, Governor Ritchie vs Armstrong.

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9

1923

Democratic State Central Committee

Pamphlet: Democratic Campaign Booklet, Governor Ritchie & other candidates.

1

9

1924

Democratic Party

Flyer: Democratic Mass Meeting Fifth Regiment Armory.

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9

1924

Federation of Republican Women of Maryland

Notice Card: for Third Annual Convention.

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9

1924

Republican Party

Campaign Card: Edward Ridgely Simpson for 2nd Congressional District.

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9

1925

Women's Democratic Club of Montgomery County

Program: Fourth Annual Luncheon.

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9

1925

United Democratic Women's Clubs of Maryland

Program: Theatre Party "The Dove" with Judith Anderson.

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9

ca. 1925

Democratic Party

Photograph: children from integrated school proposing continuing separation in Maryland.

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9

1926

Citizens of Baltimore from Governor Ritchie's Library

Program and addresses: from dinner in appreciation of his administration.

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9

1926

Joseph Allen Campaign

Letter: requesting support for candidacy for House of Delegates.

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9

1926

Bel Air Times

Program: St. Mary's 23rd Annual Tournament (Jousting).

1

9

1926

Anti-saloon League of Maryland

Letter: opposition to election of Governor Ritchie for not supporting 18th Amendment.

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9

1926

Weller Campaign

Excerpt: Baltimore Evening Sun in support of O.E. Weller candidacy for Senate.

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9

1926

Weller Campaign

Pamphlet: listing tax reductions during Weller's Senate term.

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9

1926

Weller Campaign

Pamphlet: listing 6 more reasons for keeping Weller in the Senate.

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9

1926

Democratic Party

Sample Ballot: Albert C. Ritchie, Governor (very fragile, 2 sleeves).

1

9

1926

Maryland State Democratic Advisory Committee

Campaign Flyer: "Vote for Democratic Candidates Ritchie Governor Tydings Senator."

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9

1927

Democratic Party

Sample Ballot: 5th Councilman District William Curran for Mayor.

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10

1927

Democratic Party

Campaign Card: Philip J. Scheck for City Council.

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10

1927

National Democratic Review

Letter: to Miss Risteau requesting Democratic support and $3.00.

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10

1927

Maryland State Democratic Advisory Committee

Campaign Flyer: "Vote for Democratic Candidates Honest Efficient Courteous Government."

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10

1927

Association Against the Prohibition Amendment, Inc.

Membership Card: W. linton Duffy G.C. Huckley National Secretary.

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10

1927

Democratic Party

Sample Ballot: Democratic Candidates checked Mayor Curran.

1

10

1927

The New York Telegram

Newspaper article: "The Democratic Party" by Edward James Smythe, National Democratic Review (with envelope).

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10

1928

Democratic Party

Campaign Flyer: "Al Smith, Honest Able Fearless."

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11

1928

Democratic National Committee

Campaign Flyer: the "American Farmer's State in the Election."

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11

1928

Maryland State Democratic Advisory Committee

Campaign Flyer: "Shall religious prejudice poison American politics?"

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11

1928

Maryland State Democratic Advisory Committee

Campaign Flyer: "George N. Peek tells the American Farmer why he should vote for Smith."

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1928

Maryland State Democratic Advisory Committee

Campaign Flyer: "What everybody wants to know about Alfred E. Smith."

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1928

Maryland State Democratic Advisory Committee

Campaign Flyer: "What was the Religion of the Unknown Soldier?"

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11

1928

Maryland State Democratic Advisory Committee

Campaign Flyer: Portrait of Al Smith, on other side, "Every woman should vote for Al Smith."

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11

1928

Democratic National Committee

Campaign Flyer: "A woman looks at Smith" by Ida M. Tarbell, (1 piece cut out).

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11

1928

United States Government Printing Office

Congressional Record excerpts: "A personal portrait of Governor Al Smith" by Royal S. Copeland.

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11

1928

National Democratic Review

Subscription form: requesting help to elect a Democrat as President.

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11

1928

Democratic Campaign Committee of Harford County

Appointment to Campaign Committee signed by A.G. Ensor.

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11

ca. 1929

Democratic Party

Flyer: requesting vote for Governor Ritchie.

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