Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains a twenty-page manuscript periodical produced by a Ladies Benevolent Society, at a Methodist Episcopal Church in Medford, Massachusetts. It contains numerous contributions, noted by their initials, of prose, poetry, humor, education, lost items, religious topics, riddles, marriages, and death. The editor is noted as a Mary Lizzie Alden.
This collection consists of one, four-page, volume of a handwritten paper from Mobile, Alabama. The paper reports on a variety of events including a tanker explosion, a mayoral election, and bank robberies. Also included society pages, want ads, sports, and ads.
Handwritten amateur newspaper containing fourteen pages of text bound at the top, written on lined paper created in Versailles, Ohio. Several boys signed their names to the articles, including two members of the Schman family. The first two articles are on western trips -- one to the Indiana/Ohio border and the other to Iowa. Also included are poetry and editorials.
Chiefly financial papers including a ledger, 1939-1940, loose bills and receipts, a certificate of incorporation, 1938, and a copy of the Constitution and By laws of the Jefferson Society indicating that the Spectator was a publication of the Society.