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To the Freemen of Vermont

Anti-Federalist campaign literature proposing Israel Smith over Isaac Tichenor for governor.

By His Excellency Thomas Chittenden, Esquire, A Warrant

List of candidates and number of votes, followed by directions for holding town meetings for the purpose of choosing a representative for the U.S. Congress.

Letter from the Executive Committee, Randolph Republican Club, 1888

Letter from the Executive Committee of the Randolph Republican Club dated August 31, 1888 apparently sent along with an address of the Republican State Committee to the voters of Vermont and a copy of the Republican ticket. The letter urges…

For Congressman: Ernest W. Gibson, 1932

Portrait card advertising the candidacy of Ernest W. Gibson for United States House of Representatives. On the recto is a halftone portrait of Gibson and on verso is a brief biography of the candidate and an outline of his platform. At the time of…

Platform of the Communist Party, State of Vermont, For the elections November 3, 1936

Pamphlet published by the Communist Party of the State of Vermont, based in Barre, in support of the candidacy of Fred Gardner for Governor. The front cover of the pamphlet outlines Gardner's biography and qualifications for the job, including his…

The Vermont Election for U.S. Senator, 1923

Reprint of New York Times editorial published October 8, 1923 in support of M.J. (Marshall J.) Hapgood's candidacy for United States Senate. The editorial celebrates Hapgood's friendship with Theodore Roosevelt. A forester and timber trader, Hapgood…

Campaign Poster for M.J. Hapgood, 1923

Campaign poster for United States Senate candidate M.J. (Marshall J.) Hapgood of Peru, Vermont. Hapgood was a longtime member of the state legislature. Hapgood was especially known in the legislature for having crafted an act that would require new…

Porter H. Dale of Island Pond, 1914

Campaign leaflet from congressional candidate Porter H. Dale, 1914. When folded, the front of the leaflet displays a halftone portrait of Dale. Inside is a letter to the voters of Vermont's Second Congressional District.

Dear Voter, Letter from Frank C. Partridge, January 22, 1931

Letter to voters from candidate Frank C. Partridge prior to the March 4, 1931 Republican special primary to fill the United States Senate seat vacated following the death of Senator Frank L. Greene. Partridge was serving in the position at the time…

Partridge for Senator, 1931

Newspaper advertisement placed in the Thursday, February 5, 1931 edition of The Landmark (White River Junction, VT) by the Partridge-for-Senator Club supporting the candidacy of Frank C. Partridge for United States Senator. The ad features a large…

H.A. Bailey for Attorney General Campaign Pamphlet, 1930

Pamphlet advertising Winooski lawyer H.A. Bailey's campaign for the Republican nomination for Attorney General of Vermont. On the front is a halftone portrait of the candidate. The pamphlet outlines Bailey's biography and qualifications for the…