Broadsides; Handbills; Fliers (printed matter); Posters; Public speaking
Broadside with "Speaking!!" written in broad letters. The text states: "Joe E. Williams, the Colored Orator of Nashville, and Capt. Towner, of Marshall County, will speak at Fayetteville Next Saturday Night. All are Invited!"
Broadside reads, "Ex-President Johnson Has accepted an invitation to address the people of Lincoln County, at Fayetteville, On Tuesday, July 13th 1869. Come hear him! Printed at the Observer Office, Fayetteville, Tenn."
Poster advertising the sale of the property of the late Woodruff Parks, scheduled for August 13, 1870. Among the items sold were cows, hogs, sheep, wagons and farm implements and a mule. The administrator of the estate was Joel Parks.
Broadside advertising a three-day fair to be staged at the Fayetteville Fairgrounds beginning October 10, 1872. This was to be the first annual fair of the Tennessee Colored Agricultural and Mechanical Association to be held in Fayetteville. ...
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.