Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Stanley F. Horn Pamphlet Collection

Identifier: MSS.0668
Scope and Content Note The Stanley F. Horn Pamphlet Collection (1782-1978) includes material ranging over a wide variety of subjects, from an early (1870) printed poem of Bret Harte to rules for dueling to an 18th century pamphlet by Thomas Paine. The most extensive part of the collection pertains to the Civil War and Tennessee history. There are many 19th century pamphlets dealing with the election and presidency of Andrew Jackson. There are also numerous materials pertaining to the Civil...
Dates: 1782 - 1978

Anti-Slavery Pamphlet Collection

Identifier: MSS.0731

The Anti-Slavery Pamphlet Collection contains 245 items dated 1787 to 1916 that focus on the abolishment of slavery and Reconstruction of the Southern States after the American Civil War. Represented are imprints from Europe and the United States. The European publications also discuss situations in Poland and its politics during the 1850s.

Dates: 1787 - 1916

Literary Pamphlet Collection

Identifier: MSS.0800

World War I and World War II Pamphlet and Newspaper Collection

Identifier: MSS.0801

The World War I and II Pamphlet Collection has been arranged chronologically. There are seven items published during the First World War with the bulk of the collection containing newspapers and magazines from World War II published in the United States by servicemen stationed at bases across the country.

Dates: 1912 - 1945


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