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 Die-cut Dance Card in the Shape of a Cadet, University of Vermont Military Ball. The Hall-Cosler Co.Bloomington, IND.
Dance card in the shape and image of a military cadet, from the University of Vermont's Military Ball, held under the auspices of Scabbard and Blade Society at the University Gym, on November 10, 1924.  Sixteen dances in the order of dance. Names penciled in. With original leather string. Card stock covers and pages. Measures 5 1`/4" x 3".  Dance card separated from covers. .
 Multipurpose die-cut hand fan - advertising and program & more - The Michigan Delegation with it's 38 Votes  - 1940 Democratic National Convention. . ..July 15-18th,1940
A 7 1/2" x 3 3/4' four blade fold out hand fan with grommet at base give away at the 1940 Democratic National Convention in Chicago.  The cover is printed in blue and gold and boasts Michigan's 38 delegates, followed by a blade promoting the state highway commissioner of Michigan & Democratic  Candidate for Governor with an image from a photograph of Murray D. Van Wagoner.  This is followed by a blade that promotes Michigan as the Playground of the North" and the fourth that provides spaces for writing the names and addresses of the Michigan Delegates.  The reverse of the blades proves spaces for convention notes, convention roll call and the convention program. .
 3" Handmade Autograph Album Cut in the Shape of a Boot. ..1878-1880
A 3 1/4" x 2 3/4" handmade autograph album cut in the shape of a boot.  Heavy textured paper covers.  Pages in various colors of paper mostly blank; few with printed lines.  Over 20 autographs; few with verses.  Mostly from Connecticut.  Ribbon tie at top.  Rather charming. .