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    • Baby's got a tooth

    • Babies; Broadsides; Family; Marriage; Reed, Charley; Teeth; Wannemacher, H.;
    • Document containing the broadside entitled "Baby's Got A Tooth" from a song written by Charley Reed and arranged by H. Wannemacher (music not included). This broadside tells the story of an eight-month-old baby boy who has just received his first...
    • War Ration Book no. 3

    • World War, 1939-1945--Economic aspects; Rationing;
    • War Ration Book no. 3, containing unused ration stamps. The front cover includes a serial number (958025), spaces where the recipient could write in his or her personal information and signature, an area to be filled in by the local ration board,...
    • Love

    • Bennett, Harry; Broadsides; Family; Love; Marriage; Songs;
    • Document containing the broadside entitled "Love" (also known as "The Bald-Headed End of the Broom") from an 1877 song composed by Harry Bennett. This broadside warns young men that marriage isn't as wonderful as it may appear during the courtship...
    • Somebody blabbed : button your lip!

    • Espionage; Soldiers--United States; War posters, American; World War, 1939-1945--Posters--United States;
    • Color poster by Albert Dorne (1904-1965) that shows only the hand of a fallen soldier lying palm up as he reaches for the stock of his rifle lying under a barbed-wire fence. Emblazoned to the right of this image are the words "Somebody blabbed"...
    • Volunteers to the "Melish"

    • Broadsides; Confederate States of America; Estres, William C.; Flags; Political ballads and songs; United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865; War poetry, American;
    • Document containing the broadside entitled "Volunteers to the 'Melish'," written by William C. Estres. Printed by R. M. Chambers in Baltimore, Maryland during the Civil War, this broadside tries to raise Confederate recruits, first by teasing, then...
    • The sound that kills : don't murder men with idle words

    • Espionage; Shipping; War posters, American--Cartoons and comics; World War, 1939-1945--Naval operations, German--Submarines; World War, 1939-1945--Posters--United States--Cartoons and comics;
    • Color poster from a cartoon story by Eric Ericson (1914-1959) entitled "the sound that kills." The cartoon story depicts how the sound of innocent words can travel from a local diner or bus, streetcar, or train to a enemy submarine and bring about...
    • Don't kill her daddy with careless talk

    • Children of military personnel; Espionage; War posters, American; World War, 1939-1945--Posters--United States;
    • Color poster by DHS (believed to be Dorothy Hope Smith, 1895-1955) that shows a sad-looking young girl clutching a picture of her serviceman father, with the text positioned below reading "Don't kill her daddy with careless talk." Below this...
    • Hotel Junker (rebuilt) after 1904 fire

    • Cassell, Charles E., 1842-1916; Cassell, John F. S., 1872-1909; Commercial buildings--Maryland--Baltimore; Fires--Maryland--Baltimore; Food conservation; Great Fire, Baltimore, Md., 1904; Hotels--Maryland--Baltimore; Streets--Maryland--Baltimore;...
    • Photograph taken looking at the rebuilt Hotel Junker after the 1904 fire. Located between Charles and St. Paul Streets at numbers 20-22 East Fayette Street, the original Hotel Junker, which was designed by architect J. S. Cassell (1872-1909) and...
    • Climb up, climb up

    • Broadsides; Emmet, J. K. (Joseph Kline), 1840-1891; Songs; United States;
    • Document containing the broadside entitled "Climb Up, Climb Up." The text, written in the phonetic rendering of a German accent, relates the life of a mountain guide who leads male and female travelers on climbs into the mountains. J. K. Emmet...
    • Dandy dude

    • Broadsides; Carleton, William, 1827-1885; Clothing and dress; Dandies; Humorous songs; Men;
    • Document containing the broadside entitled "The Dandy Dude" from William Carleton's comedy, "The Dude," sung at Ford's Opera House by Thatcher, Primrose, and West's Minstrels. Between 1882 and 1889, George Thatcher, George H. Primrose, and William...
    • Hicksie

    • Broadsides; Hicks, Thomas Holliday, 1798-1865; Maryland--History--Civil War, 1861-1865; Political ballads and songs; United States--History--Civil War, 1861-1865; War poetry, American;
    • Document containing the broadside entitled "Hicksie." The language used in this broadside is reminiscent of the caricatured dialect ascribed to slaves of the pre-Civil War South. "Hicksie" is Thomas Holliday Hicks, the Governor of Maryland at the...
    • I only had 50 cents

    • Broadsides; Courtship; Devere, Sam; Holliday Street Theatre (Baltimore, Md.); Money; Songs;
    • Document containing the broadside entitled "I Only Had 50 Cents," a version of the song known as "The Original Fifty Cents" written by Sam Devere (ca. 1842-1907) , a well-known minstrel and, later, owner of his own vaudeville company who performed...

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