|Title||Broadsides and Handbills:|
|Dates of Creation||1807-1884|
|Scope & Content||Includes eleven items the bulk of which from 1873-1884. The earliest is a handbill advertisement for a saddling business in Bennington, Vermont. Other material includes a list of duties imposed on imports by the U.S. government, a wanted poster for robbery suspects, a notice to look for a lost girl, an announcement of a new newspaper in Springfield, Vermont, an extra edition of the Banner on the H.E. Bradford & Co. explosion in 1874, two requests for workers for railroad construction, and a warning for Republican nominees to carefully check their tickets.|
|Administrative/Biographical History||A collection f small printed notices meant to be distributed by hand (handbills) or larger sheets printed on one or both sides, sometimes folded (broadside).|
Barber, Sarah A.
H.E. Bradford Company (Bennington, Vt.)
|Credit line||Bequest of Hall Park McCullough|
Daring Robbery! Reward!
A Wedding --- the sequel
Internal Duties Imposed by the United States
Hendrick Hull announces saddling business
Banner Extra! Terrific Explosion!