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Canvassing for Votes, Plate II: Four Prints of an Election

Canvassing for Votes, Plate II: Four Prints of an Election

Charles Grignion, I (British, London baptised 1721–1810 London)

Canvassing for Votes, Plate II: Four Prints of an Election

Canvassing for Votes, Plate II: Four Prints of an Election

after William Hogarth (British, London 1697–1764 London)

To the freeholders and freemen, of the City and County of New-York. Gentlemen. To pretend to prove what cannot be denied, would be wasting time to no purpose ... to request the votes and interests of the freeholders and freemen for John Cruger,

To the freeholders and freemen, of the City and County of New-York. Ge...

Imprint 3.; Political campaign.; On verso: S; Jan. 9, 1769. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection;... More

At a meeting of the merchants & traders, at Faneuil-Hall, on the 23rd January 1770. The following votes were passed, viz. … Whereas William Jackson Theophilus Little, John Taylor, and Nathaniel Rogers all of Boston, did refuse and yet delay to c
Boston. From the votes of the Honorable House of representatives. Lunae 13 Die Julii A. D. 1772. Resolved that the tax of a thousand pounds upon the several towns in the province be in the following proportion. [Boston, New-England: Printed by E
Nominated for election in May, 1774. The gentlemen nominated, by the votes of the Freemen, to stand for election in May next, as sent in to the General Assembly, holden at New-Haven, on the second Thursday of October, A. D. 1773, are as follow .
Votes and proceedings of the town of Boston, June 17, 1774. At a legal and very full meeting of the freeholders and other inhabitants of the town of Boston, by adjournment at Faneuil-Hall, June 17, 1774. [Boston, 1774].

Votes and proceedings of the town of Boston, June 17, 1774. At a legal...

Imprint 2. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 37, Folder 33.

The following extracts from the votes and proceedings of the American Continental Congress we are induced to publish thus early purely to ease the impatience of our readers. Association &c. We his Majesty’s most loyal subjects, the delegates of

The following extracts from the votes and proceedings of the American ...

Positive Photostat.; Photographic reproduction.; Stamped on verso: Mss Division.; On verso: Ac. 373. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full te... More

A card. Cassius presents his compliments to the freeholders and freemen of New York, and begs leave to solicit their votes and interest for the following gentlemen, to serve as representatives in the ensuing Assembly. Abraham Brasher, John Morin

A card. Cassius presents his compliments to the freeholders and freeme...

Evans 14674.; On verso: S; Jan 18, 1776. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 109, Folder 4b.

In the House of representatives. February 10 1776. Whereas the votes and proceedings of the Honorable Continental Congress respecting the regiment now raising in this Colony to join the Continental army in Canada, make it necessary that some alt

In the House of representatives. February 10 1776. Whereas the votes a...

Positive Photostat.; Stamped on verso: 504. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. 2 duplicate copies Printed Ephemera Collectio... More

At a General Assembly of the Governor and Company of the State of Connecticut, holden at Hartford, by adjournment, on the 10th day of January, Anno Domini 1782. The Gentlemen nominated by the votes of the freemen of this State to stand for elect

At a General Assembly of the Governor and Company of the State of Conn...

Not in Evans.; Imprint 2. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 3, Folder 62.

The Devonshire, or Most Approved Method of Securing Votes. Georgian era 1714 - 1737

The Devonshire, or Most Approved Method of Securing Votes. Georgian er...

Thomas Rowlandson (British, London 1757–1827 London)

The Devonshire, or Most Approved Method of Securing Votes. Georgian era 1714 - 1737

The Devonshire, or Most Approved Method of Securing Votes. Georgian er...

Thomas Rowlandson (British, London 1757–1827 London)

Thomas Jefferson, 1788, Chart of State Votes on the United States Constitution

Thomas Jefferson, 1788, Chart of State Votes on the United States Cons...

Chart of State Votes on the United States Constitution

Freedom of opinion!! Electors of Norfolk: On the first Monday of April, you will be called on to give your votes for three intelligent, honest independent citizens to represent you in the Senate of this Commonwealth ... [1832?].

Freedom of opinion!! Electors of Norfolk: On the first Monday of April...

Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 55, Folder 19.

To the voters of the 2d Ward, Gentlemen, having seen a handbill signed "A citizen" heaping the vilest abuse, and containing without exception the vilest falsehoods respecting Charles L. Coltman, and asking your votes for Edward Dyer .... therefo

To the voters of the 2d Ward, Gentlemen, having seen a handbill signed...

On verso: 15. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 195, Folder 17.

To the Freemen of Rhode-Island! You are invited as Friends of peace to come out on Wednesday, the 20th of April, and cast your votes for the Freemens' Republican ticket of state officers which will be submitted to you ... Come out, therefore, on

To the Freemen of Rhode-Island! You are invited as Friends of peace to...

Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 170, Folder 26.

An old hunker fishing for votes

An old hunker fishing for votes

Facing a relative lack of enthusiasm for his campaign in New York State, Lewis Cass hoped to muster Democratic rank-and-file support by endorsing for lieutenant-governor the popular lawyer Charles O'Conor. Her... More

For you to read!! What will result from Blaine's nomination. Maine votes for state officers in September of this year. Ohio votes for state officers in October of this year. West Virginia votes for State officers in October of this year. These 3

For you to read!! What will result from Blaine's nomination. Maine vot...

Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. 3 duplicate copies Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 243, Folder 27. Copy scanned: 1

Alarm! Alarm! Alarm! A scheme has been discovered. The Federalists are raising money; they are hiring men to go through the whole city in search of electors to gain their votes, they are sending their lawyers in every direction and in every corn

Alarm! Alarm! Alarm! A scheme has been discovered. The Federalists are...

Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 134, Folder 32.

To the voters of Washington City. Facts are very stubborn things! We desire to call your attention to the claims of the different candidated for mayoralty of the city, to the votes of the working men ... and leave you to decide whether any one w
To the Freemen of Rhode-Island. You are invited as friends of peace to come out on Wednesday, the 20th of April, and cast your votes for the Freemen's Republican ticket of state officers which will be submitted to you. [n. d.].

To the Freemen of Rhode-Island. You are invited as friends of peace to...

Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 171, Folder 14.

Abraham Lincoln, November 1858-1860  (List of Votes in Northern Illinois County, 1856 and 1858)
Abraham Lincoln, November 1858  (List of Votes by County, Illinois Ninth Congressional District, 1856 and 1858)
Abraham Lincoln, [November] 1858  (Illinois Popular Votes for Congressmen, State Treasurer and Legislators)
To the voters of the Second senatorial district! Americans! Will you cast your votes for Micah Dyer Jr? who has openly denounced your party and principles!! [1859].

To the voters of the Second senatorial district! Americans! Will you c...

Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 170, Folder 41.

Charles C. Hinchman to Abraham Lincoln, Friday, October 19, 1860  (Seeks money to get votes in New Jersey)
Abraham Lincoln, [October 1860]  (Estimate of Votes for Curtin and Foster)
Dan'l O'Connell ---on--- democracy! ... Irishmen and workingmen! Give your votes in behalf of freedom and not in behalf of slavery'. A Democratic workingman. New York, Oct. 13th, 1863.

Dan'l O'Connell ---on--- democracy! ... Irishmen and workingmen! Give ...

Civil war - Draft riots. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 124, Folder 30d.

Take notice! To all whom this may concern. Darby, Delaware County, Pa. Tuesday, October, 9th, 1866. The undersigned votes the (so called) Republican ticket ... John Sidney Jones. Darby, Pa. 1866.

Take notice! To all whom this may concern. Darby, Delaware County, Pa....

Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 159, Folder 13b.

REPUBLIQUE FRANCAISE./ MINISTERE DE L'INTERIEUR./ Vote du 3 Novembre 1870./ AVIS./ Les Mairies de Paris ne recevront que/ les votes de leurs Electeurs respectifs.

REPUBLIQUE FRANCAISE./ MINISTERE DE L'INTERIEUR./ Vote du 3 Novembre 1...

Affiche Lettre - " REPUBLIQUE FRANCAISE./ MINISTERE DE L'INTERIEUR./ Vote du 3 Novembre 1870./ AVIS./ Les Mairies de Paris ne recevront que/ les votes de leurs Electeurs respectifs./ Les Electeurs des communes ... More

Spoiling their calculations / J. Keppler.

Spoiling their calculations / J. Keppler.

Illustration shows James G. Blaine and Chester A. Arthur sitting at a table on which are papers that state "The Republican State Convention at Utica, N.Y., April 23 1884" and "The Delegates At Large of New York... More

[Caricature showing Chinese Minister handing "claims of China" to Secretary of State Bayard, who is seated under sign which reads "the Chinese have no votes and no rights which this government is bound to respect, 1886"]

[Caricature showing Chinese Minister handing "claims of China" to Secr...

Color lithograph, after drawing by J.A. Wales. Illus. in: Puck, 1886 March 17, p. 33. Ref. copy may be in SSF (Gr) - INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS CHINA U.S. This record contains unverified, old data from caption card.

Female suffrage in Kansas - fashionable ladies of Leavenworth soliciting votes at the polls, April 5th

Female suffrage in Kansas - fashionable ladies of Leavenworth soliciti...

Wood engraving after sketch by J. Gibson. Title and other information transcribed from caption card. Illus. in: Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, vol. 64 (1887 April 16), p. 133.

New York City - John Most, the anarchist, addressing a meeting of sympathizers at Cooper Institute, April 4th / from a sketch by a staff artist. Female suffrage in Kansas - fashionable ladies of Leavenworth soliciting votes at the polls, April 5th / from a sketch by J. Gibson.

New York City - John Most, the anarchist, addressing a meeting of symp...

Illus. in: Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, v.64, 1887 April 16, p. 133.

Some reasons why we oppose votes for women ... National association opposed to woman suffrage. New York City [1894].

Some reasons why we oppose votes for women ... National association op...

Anti-suffragists. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 130, Folder 13c.

Antis Make Votes for Suffrage
Women Opposed to Votes Are Angry with Mr. Taft

Women Opposed to Votes Are Angry with Mr. Taft

New York State Association Opposed to Woman Suffrage protest President Taft's speaking at National American Woman Suffrage Association Convention. Ida Harper says Taft and wife are suffragists

[Names of candidates and votes received in each county.].
Votes for Women, Hyde Park Demonstration, London, June 21, 1908, Souvenir program

Votes for Women, Hyde Park Demonstration, London, June 21, 1908, Souve...

Hyde Park Suffrage Demonstration Program includes map showing route of 7 processions and placement of 20 speaker's platforms, encircled by portraits of 20 women speakers and border of purple violets.

Votes for Women: An Object-Lesson by Bertha Damaris Knobe

Votes for Women: An Object-Lesson by Bertha Damaris Knobe

Summarizes progress of woman suffrage throughout world, International Woman Suffrage Alliance to meet in Amsterdam, will celebration full suffrage in Finland and Norway. Woman-Suffrage Map of World show the for... More

Votes for Women: An Object-Lesson by Bertha Damaris Knobe; page 2

Votes for Women: An Object-Lesson by Bertha Damaris Knobe; page 2

Summarizes progress of woman suffrage throughout world, International Woman Suffrage Alliance to meet in Amsterdam, will celebration full suffrage in Finland and Norway. Woman-Suffrage Map of World show the for... More

Votes for Women Procession ticket
Votes for Women, Programme and souvenir, Hyde Park Demonstration, London,

Votes for Women, Programme and souvenir, Hyde Park Demonstration, Lond...

Hyde Park Suffrage Demonstration Program includes map showing route of 7 processions and placement of 20 speaker's platforms, encircled by portraits of 20 women speakers and list of 60 speakers; border of pink rosettes.

Votes for Women Strongly Urged; page 3

Votes for Women Strongly Urged; page 3

Extracts from speeches of Mrs. William Forse Scott and Mary Dean Adams, against women immigrants voting; Ella Hawley Crossett and Fanny Garrison Villard stress large number of organizations supporting woman suf... More

Governor is Asked to Insert "Votes for Women" Clause in Message

Governor is Asked to Insert "Votes for Women" Clause in Message

Governor Hughes listens to suffragists request that he include support for woman suffrage in his annual address; he makes no commitment

Governor is Asked to Insert "Votes for Women" Clause in Message; page 2
Votes for Women

Votes for Women

Anti-suffrage editorial says Emmeline Pankhurst may be right about women's movement in England, but U.S. there is no need for woman suffrage; women need to stay home and not get involved in politics

"'Votes for Women". Book illustration from Library of Congress

"'Votes for Women". Book illustration from Library of Congress

English suffrage play, "Votes for Women" by Elizabeth Robyns is being performed by Mary Shaw to benefit the suffrage organizations and the Actors' Society. Equality League of Self-Supporting Women to have first... More

Votes for Women postcard; Color Illustration of Woman Suffrage Headquarters Building, Fifth Avenue, New York City
Wallack's Theatre; Mary Shaw in 'Votes for Women'
Votes For Women New York State Woman Suffrage Association membership card
The " Votes for Women " Stamp

The " Votes for Women " Stamp

First suffrage stamp designed by Cooperative Equal Suffrage League to benefit the suffrage cause bought by President Taft; second bought by Senator LaFollette; third to Justice Brewer

A Votes for Women Evening; Beatrice Forbes Robertson speaks at Geneva Political Equality Club
Votes for Women Calendar
Militant Suffragists Line Up for Grand March in Crusade for Votes; page 2

Militant Suffragists Line Up for Grand March in Crusade for Votes; pag...

Suffragists protest New York Judiciary committee tabling suffrage bill; quotes from anti-suffragists hand bills.

Greatest "Votes for Women" demonstration; page 2

Greatest "Votes for Women" demonstration; page 2

Describes suffrage parade divisions and lists many participants, "mostly white, but some colored"; photomechanical prints of banners of Women's Political Union, farmers, motorists and sea captains.

Some Leading Figures who argued for and against "Votes for Women;" 2,400 women jam state capitol at suffrage hearing

Some Leading Figures who argued for and against "Votes for Women;" 2,4...

Includes pencil sketches of Alice Chittenden, Mrs. W.W. Pennfield, Mrs. John Martin and Anna Howard Shaw.

"Votes for Women" Ribbon

"Votes for Women" Ribbon

"Votes For Women" Gold Ribbon, similar to those worn at New York Suffrage Parade, May 6, 1911.

Militant Suffragists Line Up for Grand March in Crusade for Votes

Militant Suffragists Line Up for Grand March in Crusade for Votes

Players Club refuses to let James Laidlaw carry a banner showing club support of the suffrage cause.

Votes for women

Votes for women

Postcard showing girl holding up finger to boy and poem: For the work of a day, for the taxes we pay, for the laws we obey, we want something to say. No. 6342.

Mrs. John Boldt, Mrs. May Morgan, Miss Dock and Miss Craft [holding "Votes for Women" staff]

Mrs. John Boldt, Mrs. May Morgan, Miss Dock and Miss Craft [holding "V...

Photo by Bain News Service. Title and other information transcribed from caption card and item. George Grantham Bain Collection (Library of Congress). Caption card tracings: B.I.; Women Suffrage; Ph. Ind.

[Suffragettes parading with banner "President Wilson favors votes for women". N.Y.C. ca.1916]

[Suffragettes parading with banner "President Wilson favors votes for ...

Title and other information transcribed from caption card and item. LOT subdivision subject: Women's suffrage in the United States - Activities, 1915-1917. George Grantham Bain Collection (Library of Congress).

Witness #1 Testimony page 2

Witness #1 Testimony page 2

This document is page 2 of Mrs. Neve's testimony. It gives you a glimpse of the lifestyle. She talks of periodically living with her grandson part of the year. The law required six months per year of occupancy ... More

Ceremonies - Salutes and Parades - Voting in Camps - Election Day at Camp Upton, Long Island, New York.  Soldiers casting their votes at the camp election

Ceremonies - Salutes and Parades - Voting in Camps - Election Day at C...

Photographer: Underwood & Underwood Ceremonies - Salutes and Parades - Voting in Camps

T.R. Shipp Co. counting votes
Collection of "votes for women" buttons made by Mrs. Alice Park of Palo Alto, Calif.

Collection of "votes for women" buttons made by Mrs. Alice Park of Pal...

Photograph shows "votes for women" buttons in various sizes, colors, and shapes attached to a canvas. Title from item.

Minor League of Women Votes, 12/12/23
Rep. League of state Votes, 9/26/23
Mrs. Coolidge votes by mail, 10/30/24
Pres. Coolidge votes by [mail]
Mrs. Coolidge votes by mail, [10/30/24]
Pres. Coolidge votes by mail, [10/30/24]
Mrs. Coolidge votes by mail, [10/30/24]
Mrs. Coolidge votes by mail, [10/30/24]
Mrs. Coolidge votes by mail, [10/30/24]
Pres. Coolidge votes by mail, [10/30/24]
Pres. Coolidge votes by mail, [10/30/24]
Pres. Coolidge votes by mail
Pres. Coolidge votes by mail, [10/30/24]
Pres. Coolidge votes by mail, [10/30/24]
Pres. Coolidge votes by mail, 10/30/24
Final count of electorial votes, [2/11/25]
Final count of electorial votes, 2/11/25
The Winnah. Washington, D.C., Dec. 30. The first dead heat in a Congressional race was settled today when the State Ballot Olaw Commission ruled that Arthur B. Jenks, Republican, was the winner over Alphonse Roy, Democrat, from the first district of New Hampshire. After an 11-hour session the commission gave the decision to Jenks by a margin of 10 votes. Rep. Jenks still has his fingers crossed, however, as the House will have the final say as to whether he will be seated or not
Wash. D.C. In a huddle. Rep. Edward G. Moran Jr. (D of Maine) in a close huddle with Thomas G. Corcoran, New Deal Atty. who is being charged with "using pressure to swing utility" votes by Rep. Ralph Brewster (D) also of Maine, and Benjamin Cohen, Atty and associate of Corcoran at the Thursday hearing of the House Rules Lobby Inquiry. 7/11/35
Votes for first time at 79. Arlington, VA, Oct. 15. This is Mrs. O'Leary (not the Mrs. O'Leary who kissed the cow who kicked over the lantern to start the Chicago fire) but Mrs. Lucy O'Leary of this town who will cast her first vote on November 3 at age 79, for Gov. Landon. She now lives on small government pension with the aid of a small garden
"Big Train" to roll again. Germantown, MD, Sept. 13. Walter Johnson; Washington Senators' pitching star for two decades, scored another shutout yesterday when he defeated his opponent, James M. Mount, for the Republican nomination as County Commissioner for Montgomery County. The score was; Johnson 1,025 votes, Mount 40, Johnson is pictured as he warmed up that powerful right arm in preparation for the campaign he will wage for election. The former pitcher now runs a dairy farm here, 9/13/38
Washington Votes; first time since 1874. Washington, D.C., April 30. It was a long time between votes, 1874 to 1938, but the Capitol bridged a gap today when its residents cast a city-wide ballot on the question of whether suffrage shall be voted to the voteless community. Mr and Mrs Paul R. Henry are shown depositing their ballots while Miss Magdalena Gale registers them, 4/30/38
Rumored peace conference of Pennsylvania democratic factions fails to materialize. Washington, D.C., May 24. The reported peace conference between Pennsylvania's warring democratic factions scheduled for today turned out to be a meeting of John L. Lewis and CIO leaders with their defeated candidate Thomas A. Kennedy. While no statement was given out, it was reported that the discussion centered on future strategy of the democratic labor bloc which swung more than a million votes in the primary. Left to right Philip Murray, chairman of the C.I.O. steel organizing committee, John L. Lewis and thomas Kennedy, 5/24/38
New time saving voting machine designed to U.S. Capitol employee. Washington, D.C., May 10. Until Jurgensen, Jr., a tally clerk in the House of Representatives designed this electric voting machine it took at least three months, using the old rubber stamp system, to compile the voting records of the 435 members of the House. Recording the yeas and nays, absent and present, paired for and paired against votes of each individual member, the machine which is similar to an adding machine, does the same job in less than two weeks. Greater accuracy is assured in counting votes with Jurgensen-designed machine, 5-1038

New time saving voting machine designed to U.S. Capitol employee. Wash...

Gift; Harris & Ewing, Inc. 1955. General information about the Harris & Ewing Collection is available at http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/pp.hec Temp. note: Batch six.

New time saving voting machine designed to U.S. Capitol employee. Washington, D.C., May 10. Until Jurgensen, Jr., a tally clerk in the House of Representatives designed this electric voting machine it took at least three months, using the old rubber stamp system, to compile the voting records of the 435 members of the House. Recording the yeas and nays, absent and present, paired for and paired against votes of each individual member, the machine which is similar to an adding machine, does the same job in less than two weeks. Greater accuracy is assured in counting votes with Jurgensen-designed machine, 5-10/38
Senate battlers on Pure Politics Act. Washington, D.C., Mar 7. At odds on the Senate floor since the inception of The Hatch Act, but good personal friends are Senators Carol Hatch, D. of New Mexico, author of The Act to Purify Politics, and Senator Sherman Minton, Dem., of Indiana. Latest difference to develop was yesterday when Sen. Miller or Arkansas offered an amendment to draw the teeth from the act be allowing federal employes to 'voluntarily' take part in politics. The amendment was intended to be tacked on to a bill to extend the scope of the act to U.S. paid state and city employees. The Indiana senator, Democratic whip on the floor, acted as floor leader for The Miller Amendment, but the bill was defeated by three votes. Today, the two are as good friends as ever, 3-7-40
War workers' ideas. Jury votes on war workers' ideas that save man-hours and critical materials. More than 400,000 suggestions to speed war production have been submitted to suggestion committees in war plants, and the outstanding ones tested and sent through more than 2,000 War Production Drive labor-management committees to the above Board for Individual Awards at War Production Drive headquarters in Washington. All ideas recognized by awards are made available to all American war plants and interested United Nations through the system of plow-back into industry as a further benefit to war production
War workers' ideas. Jury votes on war workers' ideas that save man-hours and critical materials. More than 400,000 suggestions to speed war production have been submitted to suggestion committees in war plants, and the outstanding ones tested and sent through more than 2,000 War Production Drive labor-management committees to the above Board for Individual Awards at War Production Drive headquarters in Washington. All ideas recognized by awards are made available to all American war plants and interested United Nations through the system of plow-back into industry as a further benefit to war production. The Board for Individual Awards, composed of engineers and technical experts who contribute their time to evaluating production ideas, is shown at a Washington session. Left to right: Charles B. Francis, Carnegie, Illinois Steel Corporation; Dr. J.L. Bray, Purdue University; Paul H. Stanley, Pitcairn Auto-Gyro Company; L.A. Poole of War Production Drive's Awards Field Operations Branch; Whiting Williams of Cleveland, Ohio; James B. Gent, United Steel Workers (USW) and William P. Hill, Bethlehem Steel
Arlington, Virginia. A line of citizens at Wilson High School studying their ballots and waiting their turn to vote in the national presidental election. Votes are being collected from some who have already voted
The Woman Who Votes

The Woman Who Votes

Propaganda Posters Distributed in Asia

Thanks for your votes and your support ...
Muslim voters wait in line to enter the Blagaj polling location and place their votes during the Mostar general elections

Muslim voters wait in line to enter the Blagaj polling location and pl...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: Joint Endeavor Base: Blagaj Country: Bosnia And/I Herzegovina (BIH) Scene Camera Operator: SPC Moses Mlasko Release Status: ... More

Ballots being tabulates Votes are tabulated by election officials at the Bejrut polling location after the completion of the Mostar general elections

Ballots being tabulates Votes are tabulated by election officials at t...

The original finding aid described this photograph as: Subject Operation/Series: Joint Endeavor Base: Mostar Country: Bosnia And/I Herzegovina (BIH) Scene Camera Operator: SPC Moses Mlasko Release Status: ... More

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