Black and white two-sided propaganda leaflet conveys on the front a split image of Viet-Cong blowing up a hut and on the back a happy non-combatant family in a safe village. The reverse contains text and the leaflet number (246-354).
Advertisement dealing with iron head blocks for graves of soldiers buried in national cemeteries. Advertisement includes number of head blocks requested by location (8-12,000 for Memphis and 15-20,000 for Nashville), as well as the dimensions and...
Propaganda; Publicity; Public opinion; Slogans; Press
Uniformed Tennessee State Guard member with rifle in hand with a backdrop of a manufacturing plant and railroad. There is listed the criteria for enlistment and the individuals to contact, along with businesses and individuals who paid for the...
Shows multiple mail boxes attached to a pole on the street with a cola advertisement printed on a concrete block. Several homes appear behind the mail boxes as well as trees that have lost their leaves.
Photograph featuring the Giant See-Saw, a very popular attraction located in the midway of Vanity Fair at the Tennessee Centennial Exposition. This shot taken from a nearby hill shows Spain's Palace of Illusions (Mirror Maze) on the left and the...
Centennial celebrations; Advertisements; Exhibitions; Anniversaries; Commemorations; Events; Festivals; Fairs; Eagles; Horses; Presidents; Government officials; Heads of state; Capitols; Seals (Insignia)
Printed advertisement for the Tennessee Centennial Exposition in Nashville, May 1 to October 31, 1897. Includes inset views of Pres. William J. McKinley, Vice President Garret A. Hobart, the White House and the U.S. Capitol building.
Broadside advertisng a woolen mill in Fayetteville, Tennessee under the ownership of James M. Griffin. The advertisement encourages people to bring their wool to Griffin "for which he will pay the highest market price in cash" or goods.
Broadside advertising a performance of Harry S. Eaton's Original Colored Minstrels "for the benefit of the poor." The advertisement gives the price of admission and names H. C. Claiborne and Harry S. Eaton as managers.
Advertisement for F. Lee Bailey "The Defense Never Rests" speech at Vanderbilt University. The event was organized by the Student Government Association at Vanderbilt and is free with a Vandy I.D. or $3.00 for the General Public.