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Fliers (printed matter)

Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus

Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:

American advertising ephemera collection

Identifier: 6067

A collection of advertising fliers, brochures, booklets and catalogs for household appliances and products, all aimed specifically at women, dating from the 1860s to the 1930s. The collection includes trade catalogs for heating sources, stoves, porcelain sinks, vacuums, "wear-ever" cookware, carpet sweepers, irons, wringers, and "ready to eat" food products; fliers for labor-saving laundry soap, and a dryer that dries without a wringer; a commercial laundry price list; and brochures.

Dates: 1870s-1930s

Collection on racism and religious intolerance in American advertising

Identifier: 6233
Abstract A collection of sixty-one advertisements featuring racist stereotypes of Black, Indigenous, and other people of color -- along with a 1937 booklet advocating against marriages between two individuals of differing faiths and a 1950 flyer promoting the opening of a restaurant. The collection includes a 1950 flyer promoting the opening of the Santa Clara Kitchen, advertising "Home Cooking by a Genuine Colored Cook"; an advertisement for Lautz Bros' & Co's Soaps, in which a man is showing...
Dates: 1880 - 1950; Majority of material found within 1880 - 1900

David Cunard and Walter Shuster Motorcycle Club Collection

 Collection — Box 1-7
Identifier: Coll2015-004

Motorcycle club administrative records, event records, programs, flyers, buttons, pins, medals, clothing, and other ephemera and realia collected by Walter Shuster and David Cunard, 1965-2004. David Cunard, also known as David Gooch, and Walter Shuster were motorcycle enthusiasts and members of the Buddy Motorcycle Club and The Council of Southern California Motorcycle Clubs (CSCMC).

Dates: 1965-2004

Dancing Cansinos photograph album

 Collection — Box 1: [Barcode: 31275058047193]
Identifier: 8000
Abstract The Dancing Cansinos photograph album consists of photographs and ephemera relating to the Dancing Cansinos, a family of professional dancers who emigrated from Spain and eventually settled in Los Angeles. The troupe consisted of Antonio, Sr. and Carmen Cansino; their children Eduardo, Elisa, Paco, Jose, Antonio, Jr., Rafael, and Angel; Gabriel Cansino, a cousin; and, briefly in the 1930s, Margarita Carmen Cansino, who later became known as the actress Rita Hayworth. Rita Hayworth's parents...
Dates: 1920 - 1939

Zachary Davis collection of West Coast punk ephemera

Identifier: 7085

The Zachary Davis collection of West Coast punk ephemera consists of concert fliers and tickets, political pamphlets, promotional material for punk music-related merchandise, drawings, and zines documenting the punk subculture on the West Coast (mostly California) of the United States during the 1990s and 2000s. Zachary Davis, a member of the scene in the late 1990s and 2000s, collected the material and also created a small number of items in the collection.

Dates: 1996 - 2012

Adolph Hitler last will and testament parody flyer

 Item — Pamphlet-binder 1: [Barcode: 31275058596462]
Identifier: 6260
Abstract The Adolph Hitler last will and testament parody flyer is an illustrated parody of Hitler's will. The parody--titled "Last Will and Testament of Adolph Hitler Alias Adolph Schickelgruber"--addresses both individuals and nations, including Benito Mussolini, Emperor Hirohito, Heinrich Himmler, Hermann Göring, Joseph Goebbels, Joseph Stalin, Franklin D. Roosevelt, France, England, and others. The immediate source of this acquisition, along with descriptions of similar flyers held elsewhere,...
Dates: 1940s

David Hong papers

Identifier: Coll2018-012

The David Hong papers consist of material, 1984-2004, collected by Gay Asian Pacific Support Network (GAPSN) founding member David Hong. This collection consists mostly of materials from GAPSN, such as event flyers, correspondence, and meeting agendas, as well as papers from other gay Asian organizations and conferences, such as the International Friendship Weekend.

Dates: 1984-2004

Japanese Internment collection

Identifier: 0296

The collection consists of copies of the Manzanar Free Press, the Information Bulletin published by the Japanese-American Relations Committee of the American Friends Service Committee, and various pamphlets and fliers published and/or distributed by the War Relocation Authority and various private social service agencies. The bulk of the material is sympathetic to the plight of the interned Japanese and their eventual return (resettlement) to their homes.

Dates: 1942-1946

Los Angeles Institute for the Humanities digital recordings

Identifier: 5365
Abstract The Los Angeles Institute for the Humanities (LAIH) was founded in 1998 to stimulate a cross-disciplinary exchange of ideas through events both on the USC campus and off-campus for Institute Fellows and their guests. LAIH hosts bimonthly lunches for fellows accompanied by lectures from guests representing a variety of disciplines. Steve Wasserman and Steve Ross served as the initial co-directors of the Institute. Ross initiated the practice of recording the talks given at the luncheons on an...
Dates: 2000 - 2021

Pacifica Views newsletters and records

 Collection — Box 1: [Barcode: 31275058601304]
Identifier: 7143
Abstract A collection of 100 issues of Pacifica Views, a four-page newsletter published at Conscientious Objector (CO) Camp Number 76 in Glendora, California. A group of men, referring to themselves as "Pacifica Associates of Glendora" started the "independent weekly pacifist publication" during World War II. This collection begins with Volume 1, Number 8, issued on July 30, 1943, and ends with Volume 3, Number 43, issued on March 29, 1946. Also...
Dates: 1943 - 1947