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EPH. Ephemera

 Record Group
Identifier: EPH
Items created, manufactured, or used for a specific, limited use; typically intended to be used for a short period and discarded thereafter, although ephemera is often actually collected.

Found in 63 Collections and/or Records:

Territorial Legislative Bills, 1868

 Item — Small collection box 5, Envelope: 10
Identifier: Series-226
Scope and Contents Two legislative bills enacted by the Council and House of Representatives of Colorado Territory. A Bill for an act entitled "An act to encourage the destruction of wolves" allowed for payment of a premium of one dollar for every wolf killed. A Bill for "An act to provide for the collection of the Territorial Revenue in certain counties and for other purposes" allowed for the appointment of an assessor and collector to assess and collect revenue in those counties who had failed to contribute...
Dates: Publication: 1868

The Mischievous Nigger, 1898

 Item — Small collection box 5, Envelope: 3
Identifier: Series-213-B
Scope and Contents Please note: While we are aware that the creator's use of the word in the title is offensive by today's standards, the Archives does not censor language used in previous eras. Please keep its historical context in mind.Victorian-era drawing room play, also called an exhibition and parlor drama. Drawing room plays were developed during the Victorian period in the U.K. and were designed for entertaining guests in the drawing room of one's home. They include instructions for simple...
Dates: Publication: 1898

W-470 Highway Authority Records

 Unprocessed Material — Multiple Containers
Identifier: 2021-002
Dates: Record Keeping: 1986-1992