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What Does It Mean? An Address by Porter H. Dale on the Issues of this Campaign Including Bolshevism, The Soldier Bloc, The Farmer Bloc, The Mother Bloc, The Volstead Act. At Middlebury, Rutland and Brattleboro, 1923

Booklet containing the text of an address given by Porter H. Dale during the 1923 special Republican senatorial primary to fill a seat vacated following the death of William P. Dillingham. Dale opens by situating the audience in the current political…

Washington County Rally, Porter Dale for Senate, 1923

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Poster advertising a rally at the Barre City Opera House in support of the senatorial campaign by Porter H. Dale, October 6, 1923. Dale was scheduled to speak at the event, addressing issues central to the campaign, including "BOLSHEVISM, THE SOLDIER…

Washington County Anti-Know Nothing Ticket, 1855

Ticket listing candidates for Washington County positions running on the Anti-Know Nothing Ticket. The Know Nothing party was a nativist, anti-immigrant national party. Also known as the American party, the group earned its nickname because its…

W. Arthur Simpson for Governor Flyer, 1930

Campaign flyer for W. Arthur Simpson's bid for the Republican nomination for Governor, Tuesday, September 9, 1930. Like the Allen M. Fletcher leaflet elsewhere in this collection, this poster advertises the candidate's qualities, while also…

Voting Instructions for Soldiers, 1864

Circular issued by the State of Vermont Executive Chamber, St. Albans, August 9, 1864.

Vermont Republican Party Pamphlet, 1922

Pamphlet issued by the Republican State Committee leading up to the statewide election of November 7, 1922. The cover of the tri-fold pamphlet includes halftone portraits, surrounded by flags and an eagle, of the party's candidates for Governor and…

Uncut Union Tickets, 1863

Uncut sheet of four tickets for the Union Ticket in the Vermont state and Rutland County election. The Union Party (or the National Union Party) was the name adopted by the Republican Party amidst the Civil War. All three of the statewide candidates,…

Uncut Anti-Masonic Party Tickets, 1834

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Uncut page of Anti-Masonic Party tickets for the 1834 Vermont state election, listing the parties candidates for Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Treasurer, Councillors, and the United States Congress.

To the Voters of Washington County, 1924

Statement by members of the Fred J. Davis Senatorial Club explaining their endorsement of Davis for the office of State Senator from Washington County. The members point to the underrepresentation of Davis's hometown of Northfield in Washington…

To the Freemen of Vermont

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