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|| WWI Message to Edward Roswell Wirt
In April 1918, King George V of Great Britain issued a welcome and a thanks to the soldiers of the United States who were fighting for human freedom.
|| "5 Men Shot in the Streets of Monson!!!"
The town of Monson grew rapidly after the Civil War with the growth of local industries causing town leaders to lobby for the end of alcohol sales through publicity like this sensational flier.
|| "Union Republican Ticket"
Handbills like this one encouraged voters to support their political party at the polls.
|| "Decorative Painting"
This handbill, for John Sawin's business in Greenfield, Massachusetts, plays to the styles of painting and wallpaper patterns popular in the United States in the 1850s.
|| "Mark's China Putty, For Cementing Glass And China Ware"
George Washington Mark (1795-1879) was a longtime Greenfield, Massachusetts, resident and artist.
|| "Miner's Lemon Standard Extract"
The Toiletine Company of Greenfield, Massachusetts, made and advertised a wide variety of flavoring products including this lemon extract.