New Hampshire. 1880 - 1952. Divers. Largest: 9-1/2" x 6-1-4". Smallest: 4-1/2" x 3". Two pamphlets in light blue/gray wrappers, one is stapled, one is glued, black lettering. Three stereoviews, two orange card stock, one white. Four envelopes, two white, one peach, one yellow. Two post cards, one green, one tan, black lettering. Prohibition ticket is black ink printed on light tan paper. Trade card in full color, broadside. A fundraising card is black ink printed on white this card stock, broadside. And the newsletter/pamphlet is white paper, black lettering, 4 pp., self wrappers. All of which is now housed in a mylar sleeve. All VG copies. "The New Hampshire Issue" as some creasing due to being folded, some corners rubbed. Fundraising card and trade card clean and bright, some rubbing to corners. Prohibition ticket VG+. Postcards have some soiling (water damage) and some ink stamps from the post office, filled out with black ink pen. Envelopes also have been used and mailed, they have stamps and inked addresses, some soiling, overall bright. Stereoviews are VG, some age toning to edges, corners and edges rubbed, pencil markings to versos of two of them. The wrappers of the two pamphlets are lightly soiled, age toning to wrappers, some chipping to larger (Sixth Annual Report) especially to lower wrapper, edges and corners rubbed, internally clean and bright. Item #46597
-"Sixth Annual Report of the New Hampshire State Temperance Union: From June 1, 1887, to June 1, 1888" Printed by F. H. Merriam, Pamphlet and Job Printer in Greenville, N.H.
-"By-Laws and Regulations of the Advent Christian Church of Whitefield New Hampshire" 1915; Advertiser Press Print Groveton, N.H.
-Three stereoviews. One depicting a Temperance Lecture Tour, with wagons in the back ground and bench seating. One the side reads "F. T. Brigham, Photographer. Dover, N.H. Another one depicts a large crown under a tent. Possible lecture or meeting. And the last depicts a group of women, children and men in front of homes. On the verso in pencil reads "Bay Street Alton Bay N.H."
-Four envelopes from various temperance organizations. "Independent Order of Good Templars", "National Division Sons of Temperance of North America", "Independent Order of Good Templars: The Largest Temperance Organization on the Globe, Half a Million Members, Rituals in Eleven Languages. Total Abstinence. No License. Absolute Prohibition." and finally "Independent Order of Good Templars. Our Motto: Faith, Hope and Charity"
-Postcards from the Anti-Saloon League to be signed (on by "Wives and Mothers Only" and the other by "Voters Only "and mailed in to the House of Representatives. They are from Concord, N.H. and read "Gentlemen, - Please give your serious attention to this the earnest petition of the undersigned [Wives and Mothers/Voters]; praying for your favorable consideration and effective action for the passage of House Bill No. 350 for th repeal of the license law"
-"Prohibition Ticket" for Governor is Joseph Wentworth. Election for 1886.
-Trade card is for Choice Confectionary. "Coffee and Ice Cream Lunch Rooms. Strictly Temperance."
-Fundraising card is for the William Miller Broadcasting Corp. "I desire to help in securing The First Advent Christian Radio Broadcasting Station"
-The New Hampshire Issue. July-Au gust 1952 No. 39. Published by the N.H. Christian Civic League.