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San Francisco. c. 1930s (?). Two broadsides. Both leaves are 11" x 8-1/2". White and off-white paper, loose leaf, black typed lettering, now housed in a mylar sleeve. These seem to being trying to rally the possibly tired workers. As the initial letter states " 'Hard Times' are an opportunity to show devotion."
Vancouver, B. C. The Main Printing Co., 1915. 1st Edition. Broadside. 12" x 7-3/4". Single sheet, black lettering; now housed in a mylar sleeve. Songs include "O Canada!", "Maple Leaf", "God Bless Our Native Land", "The Flight Is On", "Voting For Prohibition", "The White Ribbon Star-Spangled Banner" and "Work For The Night"
North Manchester, IN: Indiana Prohibition Committee, (n. d.). 1st edition (presumed). Ca. 1920 - 1933 (date taken from OCLC). 16 pp. Sheet music printed throughout. 8-3/16" x 5-5/16". Tan printed paper wrappers, stapled. "The liquor issue, because of its moral, social, economic and industrial bearing on the public welfare, concerns...