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broadsheet (format)

Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus
Scope Note: Format in which a large sheet of paper is printed on only one side, and not folded.

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Denise Brady Ephemera Collection

 Collection — Box 2019-070
Identifier: MSS-0152
Content Description

The Denise Brady Ephemera Collection includes prospectus for books to be published by Brady Press, invitations and announcements for life events such as weddings and births, holiday cards, broadsides, announcements of exhibits and books, and other ephemera.

Dates: 1990-2019

Ephemera -- Behold the Birds of the Air, circa 1940s-1950s

 File — Box 3, Folder: 33
Scope and Contents

"Behold the birds of the air ..." broadsheet, printed in brown on beige, single-sided sheet 31 x 14.5 cm, unknown font. The date is unknown, but estimated to be circa 1940s or early 1950s, not earlier than 1941 and not later than 1957. The text is from the Bible, Matthew 6:26, unknown translation. The text is divided above and below an illustration of a bird perched on a branch, with twigs curling around the bird.

Dates: circa 1940s-1950s

Ephemera -- Eulogy for Aaron Clark Bagg, 1947

 File — Box 3, Folder: 26
Scope and Contents

Eulogy for Aaron Clark Bagg (1885-1947), written by Aaron Moore Bagg, dated October 19, 1947, Holyoke. Letterpress printed in black on gray paper, 33 x 18 cm. The sheet had been trifolded to envelope size.

Dates: 1947

Reject the Susan B. Anthony Amendment: Woman Suffrage in Action!, circa 1920

 Item — Box 6, Folder: 2019-046
Scope and Contents A single page broadside with the header "Reject the Susan B. Anthony Amendment: Woman Suffrage in Action!" and "Would Southern men approve this? Votes for women means jury duty for women" beneath the main entry. The anti-suffrage southern broadside warns of the impact on women in "suffrage States" that require women to serve on juries. The main horror story recounted was a Seattle I.W.W. (International Workers of the World or Wobblies) murder trial in 1917 in which a Mrs. Timmer was forced...
Dates: circa 1920