Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
This small collection includes some of the broadsides and examples of fine press and letterpress printing collected by USC Libraries Special Collections for its American Literature Collection.
Broadside published by Pacific Electric Railway Company advertising Charles Lindbergh's visit to Los Angeles on September 20, 1927, as part of his 48-state tour of the country following his historic cross-Atlantic flight. The broadside includes a list of "reduced fares" to Los Angeles; information about the parade downtown; and the reception at the Los Angeles Coliseum.
A collection of broadsides, pamphlets and manuscripts that collectively provide a picture of life in England for both rich and poor during the long 19th century.
Three sets of documents aimed at, or documenting, the fate of Jews in Europe during World War II. Two of the documents (bound correspondence from Gestapo Headquarters and the list of partisan Jewish doctors) are in German; the broadside is in French.