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Vintage Advertisements

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Date Range
1930 - 1975
Category
Faculty Publications
Group
Stephen Kauffman Collection
Institution
Widener University
Location
1148
Date Range
1930 - 1975
Category
Faculty Publications
Group
Stephen Kauffman Collection
Institution
Widener University
Location
1148
Format
Drawings
Scope and Content
Vintage car, trucks and racecar advertizements from the 1940s through the 1970s. Includes ads for the following cars: Lincoln, Ford, Nash, Studebaker, DeSoto, Oldsmobile, Packard, Hudson, Kaiser Anatomic, Buick, Toyota, Chrysler, Cadillac, and International Trucks.
History / Biographical
Stephen Kauffman is a Social Work faculty member at Widener University and has taught at Widener University since 1991.
Custodial History
Stephen Kauffman donated these materials.
Subject Access
Faculty
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Historical Newspapers

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Date Range
1932 - 1981
Category
Faculty Publications
Group
Stephen Kauffman Collection
Institution
Widener University
Location
1139
Date Range
1932 - 1981
Category
Faculty Publications
Group
Stephen Kauffman Collection
Institution
Widener University
Location
1139
Format
Papers
Scope and Content
These newspapers cover major political events in US history including the murder of the Lindbergh baby; the Kennedy assasination; NASA events such as the Apollo landing; Nixon impeachment; Ford becoming president; Reagan becoming president; and Reagan shot. San Francisco Examiner Vol. 136, No. 63, March 3, 1932; "Lindy Prepares to Pay $50,000 Ransom; Expects Baby Back in 12 Hours; Estate Cleared; 'Child Safe,' Postcard Declares" Boston Evening Globe Vol. 121, No. 134, May 13, 1932: "Arrest May Be Made any Time for Murderer of Baby" The Boston Herald Vol. 171, No. 134, May 13, 1932: "Baby Found Murdered" Daily News Vol. 45, No. 130, November 22, 1963: "President Killed; Gov. Connally Shot; Suspect Seized; Johnson is Sworn in" The Evening Bulletin No. 224, November 22, 1963: "President Shot Dead" The Evening Journal Vol. 31, No. 276, November 22, 1963: "Kennedy Dead; Wounds Prove Fatal" New York Journal American, November 22, 1963: "Our President Assassinated" Philadelphia Daily News, November 22, 1963: "President Slain by Assassin" The Philadelphia Inquirer, November 23, 1963: "Kennedy Shot to Death; Johnson is Sowrn in as President" Buffalo Courier Express Vol. 129, No. 123, November 23, 1963: "Sniper's Shots Slay Kennedy; Lyndon Johnson is Sworn In" Daily News Vol. 45, No. 131, November 25, 1963: "The Fatal Shot" Wilmington Morning News Vol. 157, No. 70, March 23, 1965: "U.S. Ticks off Countdown for Gemini" The Sunday Bulletin No. 99, July 20, 1969: "Apollo 11 Circles Moon, Ready to Land" The Morning News Vol. 176, No. 18, July 21, 1969: "Man Steps onto Moon! Armstrong, Aldrin take walk early" The Sun Vol. 265, No. 56-B, July 21, 1969: "Astronauts Land on the Moon with 'Very Smooth Touchdown'" Evening Journal Vol. 39, No. 31, February 6, 1971: "Astronauts Back Inside L.M. Walk Ends; Cone Unscaled" The Morning News Vol. 184, No. 85, October 11, 1973: "Agnew Resigns; Gets Probation for Tax Fraud" The Morning News Vol. 184, No. 96, October 24, 1973: "Nixon Agrees to Give up Tapes as Impeachment Pressure Builds" Evening Journal Vol. 22, No. 187, August 9, 1974: "Ford Inaugurated as 38th President; Nixon in Tearful Farewell to Aides" The Morning News Vol. 186, No. 35, August 10, 1974: "Ford is Sworn in as 38th President; Says Nation's long 'Nightmare is Over'" The Morning News No. 226, January 21, 1981: "A Beginning - and an End; Ronald Reagan Sworn in as Nation's 40th President" The Morning News No. 22, March 31, 1981: "Reagan Shot, but OK; Press Aide Brady Fights for his Life"
History / Biographical
Stephen Kauffman is a Social Work faculty member at Widener University and has taught at Widener University since 1991.
Custodial History
Stephen Kauffman donated these materials.
Subject Access
Faculty
Newspapers
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