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All hail prohibition!!

All hail prohibition!!
Creator: Eldridge, J.L.
Date: Between 1881 and 1913
An envelope with a poem printed on its front side. The poem, by J.L. Eldridge of Topeka, Kansas, centers on prohibition, the "only legal method that can suppress the liquor traffic." Eldridge states that the enactment and enforcement of prohibition will close many places that sell liquor and should bring much needed prosperity to the country.


Envelope addressed to Sara Tappan Doolittle Robinson

Envelope addressed to Sara Tappan Doolittle Robinson
Date: December 15, 1858
An envelope addressed to Sara Tappan Doolittle Robinson in care of Charles Robinson possibly from Marcus J. Parrott. There is a note on the reverse.


Hurrah for prohibition

Hurrah for prohibition
Creator: Eldridge, J.L.
Date: Between 1881 and 1913
An envelope with a poem printed on its front side. The poem, by J.L. Edridge of Topeka, Kansas, centers on prohibition and the effect it has had on Kansas. On the back of the envelope is a short explanation of Eldridge's views on prohibition and his opposition to liquor license laws.


Join the "fight for freedom" N.A.A.C.P membership campaign

Join the "fight for freedom" N.A.A.C.P membership campaign
Creator: National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
Date: Between 1950 and 1959
A membership envelope for the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (N.A.A.C.P.).


Kansas Centennial envelope

Kansas Centennial envelope
Date: 1961
White paper envelope with cancelled Kansas Centennial stamp. This envelope and stamp was produced to commemorate the Kansas Centennial in 1961. In 1962, the letter's recipient donated the envelope.


Kansas Centennial envelope with canceled stamp and note card

Kansas Centennial envelope with canceled stamp and note card
Date: 1961
This Kansas Centennial envelope and a notecard tells the history of the Kansas postal system from Council Grove, Kansas.


White City Centennial stamp cancellation

White City Centennial stamp cancellation
Date: 1985
This is an envelope with a White City Centennial stamp cancellation.


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