Small broadside announcing that it shall be a misdemeanor for any person to be drunk on the public square, on the street, or in any public place. Fine not to exceed $50.00. Endorsed by Mayor J.M. Wilson and Clerk W.C. Morgan.
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!"
Broadsides; Posters; Book fairs; Exhibitions; Bookstores; Book talks; Universities & colleges
Poster announcing a book fair to be held at the Alumni Memorial Hall at Vanderbilt University. The guest speakers include Robert Penn Warren and Robert Henry. Also listed are the companies that will have displays at the fair, which is sponsored by...
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.
Broadsides; Posters; Political posters; Political elections; Political campaigns
Large campaign poster urging the public to vote for the Democratic nominees: Cordell Hull, Henry Hollis Horton, William Emerson Brock and H. H. Hannah. There is a picture of each candidate on the poster. The election is to be held on November 4,...
Posters; Health education; Health care; Vaccinations; School children; Hygiene; Preventive medicine; Children
Poster entitled "Has Your Child Won a Decoration in the Army of Health?" used in a health center advocating vaccinations and general good health of children aged 2 to 6 years. A boy and girl standing in profile are pictured.