Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
The collection is composed of a foldout pamphlet featuring ponies for sale by The Riverside Pony Farm in Kalamazoo, MI. Owners Henry Lane and Frank B. Lay. Pamphlet is dated approximately 1909.
Caption on front of document says “Partial List of Ponies Ready for the Market and for Sale by The Riverside Pony Farm”. Inside are lists of colts, fillies, mares, stallions, and geldings for sale with illustrations.
Pamphlet about Ruskin's finale, Signed by the author for Elizabeth Freeland, sister of JPF
Miscellaneous serials, cards, pamphlets and booklets relating or other examples of ephemeral printed material for use with graphic design, literature and history students.
pamphlet, excerpt of Studia Monastica, sign by author of selection, Adalbert De Vogüé
The collection is composed of two identical pamphlets created by Elmer A. Aseltine, commissioner for Van Buren County. The pamphlets originated in Paw Paw in August 1902. These two pamphlets were put together by Elmer A. Aseltine, commissioner for Van Buren County Michigan at the time.