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At a numerous meeting of the Democratic Republican electors of the 15th ward, friendly to regular nominations and opposed to the principles and practises of the Loco Foco Party and their pledge candidates, and to the sub-treasury system held at
[Temperance pledge filled in by Neil James Sweeney, 28 of March, 1844].

[Temperance pledge filled in by Neil James Sweeney, 28 of March, 1844]...

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 119, Folder 26.

... As some misapprehension exists on the subject of a supposed pledge, said to have been given by the present mayor, at the time of his inauguration, to serve, but one term, his inaugural address is here published ... Several voters. [Inaugural

... As some misapprehension exists on the subject of a supposed pledge...

On recto, copy 3: Dupl; 1842; 25-7; [Washington, 1842]; {stamp} Library of Congress U.S.A. City of Washington; on verso, copy 3: 3. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as fac... More

[William T. Coggeshall's membership pledge] Cleveland, 1845.

[William T. Coggeshall's membership pledge] Cleveland, 1845.

1270 G. 19 Apr. 48.; Rec. 7-17-48.; $2.50. 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 137, Folder 1e.

General order No. 329. "We pledge ourselves anew to the constitutional doctrines and traditions of the Democratic party, as illustrated by the teachings and example of a long line of Democratic statesmen." Democratic national platform, 1880 ...

General order No. 329. "We pledge ourselves anew to the constitutional...

On verso: 05884 18 Nov 48. 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 238, Folder 2c.

Family temperance pledge. [Blank form for members of the family to sign] [n. p.] [c. 1887].

Family temperance pledge. [Blank form for members of the family to sig...

On verso: 24109 S' 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 238, Folder 42a.

Hon. Thomas F. Marshall taking the temperance pledge

Hon. Thomas F. Marshall taking the temperance pledge

Thomas F. Marshall, later Republican Congressman from Nebraska, is shown seated, with arm raised.

[Pledge of allegiance to the flag, 8th Division]

[Pledge of allegiance to the flag, 8th Division]

Title and other information transcribed from caption card. Frances Benjamin Johnston Collection (Library of Congress). In album: "8th Division."

Food pledge movement beginning
National Council for Limitation of Armament poster. Miss Mary Parks has mailed out fifty thousand cards and posters bearing the pledge "Still less of Armament and None of War"
Harold signs the pledge not to drink another drop [as woman watches]

Harold signs the pledge not to drink another drop [as woman watches]

Stereo copyrighted by Standard Scenic Co. No. 1648-(6). This record contains unverified data from caption card. Caption card tracings: Humor; Temperance.

Pres. Coolidge signs the Nation's Birthday Book and the Patriot's Pledge of Faith

Pres. Coolidge signs the Nation's Birthday Book and the Patriot's Pled...

L. to R.: Mrs. Robert E. Lee, Mrs. Mason Nicholson, Pres. Coolidge, Mrs. Rose Vouverneur Hoes, Mrs. Charles Graves Matthews, and Miss Eva Kean. Title and other information transcribed from unverified, old capti... More

The prime minister's advice to the young unmarried men and pledge to married men / printed by Roberts & Leete Ltd., London.

The prime minister's advice to the young unmarried men and pledge to m...

Text continues: Married men! Enlist now. You have the Prime Minister's pledge that you will not be called upon to serve until the young unmarried men have been summoned to the colours. Single men! Surely you wi... More

The prime minister's pledge to married men is now being redeemed by parliament / printed by David Allen & Sons, Ltd., Harrow, Mdx.

The prime minister's pledge to married men is now being redeemed by pa...

Text continues: But let the young unmarried men themselves redeem that Pledge by joining under the Group System to-day. Do not force your country to force you to fight, but come of your own free will. Poster is... More

Help them - keep your war savings pledge / Casper Emerson Jr. ; American Lithographic Co. N.Y.

Help them - keep your war savings pledge / Casper Emerson Jr. ; Americ...

Poster showing soldiers firing machine guns, with stream of War Savings Stamps forming the cartridge. Issued by U.S. Treasury Department.

America's food pledge, 20 million tons / The Carey Printing Company, New York.

America's food pledge, 20 million tons / The Carey Printing Company, N...

Poster showing text only. Title continues: We have promised to feed the hungry millions of Europe-the Allies and liberated nations. Save food, two-thirds more than last year from stocks no larger. United States... More

Your war savings pledge Our boys make good their pledge--Are you keeping yours? / / A.A.P.

Your war savings pledge Our boys make good their pledge--Are you keepi...

Poster showing Uncle Sam with a soldier and a man purchasing War Savings Stamps.

Be patriotic--sign your country's pledge to save the food / Paul Stahr.

Be patriotic--sign your country's pledge to save the food / Paul Stahr...

Woman, wearing hat and dress with stars and stripes, holding out her arms. Promotional goal: U.S. J7. 1918? U.S. Food Administration poster.

June 28th is national war savings day Pledge yourself to save and buy War Savings Stamps, that there may be more money, labor and materials to provide for those who fight for you / / Government Printing Office.

June 28th is national war savings day Pledge yourself to save and buy ...

Poster in the style of a stock certificate, decorated with an eagle and "The torch of Liberty." W.S.S. War Savings Stamps issued by the United States Government. Title from item.

Leading witness of Senate Lobby investigation. [...] Grundy, President of the Pennsylvania [...] Association, testified today before [...] Senate Lobby Committee, declared that he came [...] Washington to see that the Republican platform [...] pledge s were enacted into law in connection with tarriff legislation. "I pay my own expenses" said Mr. Grundy when on the stand
CIO head denounces wage and price reductions. Washington, D.C., Jane. 25. Opening the 35th Biennial Convention of the United States Mine Workers here today, John L. Lewis, head of the UMW and Chairman of the CIO, declared that labor in America will fight with all its power against wage and price reductions in the face of the current business decline. Two thousand mine workers, delegates to the convention, indorsed their leaders pledge, 1/25/38
War production drive. The war production drive committee in the Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company plant in Cleveland approved this pledge card. The signing of each card impressed the worker with his individual responsibility for the success of the drive. Many other plants have used similar pledges and many plants forward these signed pledges to Donald M. Nelson, Chairman of the War Production Board (WPB), as a gesture of their commitment to increase production
4-H Club members give their club pledge. Mrs. Faro Caudill, who is second from end on rear right is their leader. Pie Town, New Mexico
Salvage for Victory (retail store seal). Store flyers, explaining the salvage for victory program as it applies to retail stores, and with a pledge card enclosed, are being mailed to every retail shop in the nation. When the pledge card is signed by the shop owner or operator and returned to the Bureau of Industrial Conservation in Washington, the seal is mailed to the retailer for display in his window. Pledge cards may be obtained from state salvage committee or by writing to the bureau directly
Left to right: Mrs. Henrietta Nesbitt, White House housekeeper; Mrs. Roosevelt, Assistant Director of the Office of Civilian Defense: Harriet Elliott, Associate Administrator in charge of the Consumer Division, Office of Price Administration (OPA). Mrs. Roosevelt and Mrs. Nesbitt, took the "Consumer Pledge for Total Defense" drafted by Miss Harriet Elliott. The pledge reads: "As a consumer, in the total defense of democracy, my country ready, efficient, and strong; I will buy carefully. I will take good care of the things I have. I will waste nothing"
Left to right: Mrs. Henrietta Nesbitt, White House housekeeper; Mrs. Roosevelt, Assistant Director of the Office of Civilian Defense: Harriet Elliott, Associate Administrator in charge of the Consumer Division, Office of Price Administration (OPA). Mrs. Roosevelt and Mrs. Nesbitt, took the "Consumer Pledge for Total Defense" drafted by Miss Harriet Elliott. The pledge reads: "As a consumer, in the total defense of democracy, my country ready, efficient, and strong; I will buy carefully. I will take good care of the things I have. I will waste nothing"
Reciting "I pledge allegiance," etc., public school. Norfolk, Virginia
Consumers pledge day. Woodrow Wilson High School. Left to right: Mr. Nelson, principle of Woodrow Wilson; Mrs. E. Roosevelt
Pledge to the nation. "I pledge allegiance to the United States of America and to the flag, constitution and democracy for which they uphold; our nation, inseparable, with freedom, justice and equality ... Forever." Copyright 1941 by Dr. Edward
I pledge allegiance and silence about the war

I pledge allegiance and silence about the war

Poster promoting patriotism and suggesting that careless communication may be harmful to the war effort, showing the American flag. Date stamped on recto: Jan 21 '43. Work Projects Administration Poster Collect... More

Washington, D.C. A Griffith consumers oil tank truck showing the driver opening the door on which a United States Truck Conservation Corps pledge is displayed
Arlington (?), Virginia. Arlington County dairy truck from which a driver is alighting with a tray of milk bottles. On the door of the truck is displayed a United States Truck Conservation Corps pledge
Washington, D.C. A Jaeger truck-transit mixer, showing a man operating the mixer. On the door of the truck is the United States Truck Conservation Corps pledge
Washington, D.C. An O. Boyle truck showing two girls, one inside it and one on the running board, looking at the United States Truck Conservation Corps pledge on the door of it
Hitler's helpmates. Mabel Wattwaster is helping to win the war--but she's working for the wrong side. As she drones gossip into the telephone, her toast burns merrily away. She is not only wasting food and power, but is also impairing the efficiency of her toaster by letting it overheat. Mabel knows that much household equipment like toasters will be irreplacable for the duration. She also believes in the consumer's victory pledge ("I will take good care of the things I have . . ."), but still there are times Hitler is counting on her to lower America's civilian resources, and ultimately to weaken America's morals
Washington, D.C. A Griffith consumers oil tank truck showing a United States Truck Conservation Corps pledge displayed on the door. Two men are looking at the pledge
Washington, D.C. A man looking at the motor of a commercial truck on the side of which is displayed a United States Truck Conservation Corps pledge
Washington, D.C. An autocar long distance hauling van, showing a United States Truck Conservation Corps pledge on the door. The driver, standing on the running board, is apparently directing someone in front of it
Washington, D.C. A commercial truck with the driver standing at the door of it where there is displayed a United States Truck Conservation Corps pledge
Washington, D.C. A Jaeger truck-transit mixer, showing a man operating the mixer. On the door of the truck is the United States Truck Conservation Corps pledge
Washington, D.C. A Charles Schneider Baking Company delivery truck displaying a United States Truck Conservation Corps pledge, showing a driver alighting with a basket of bread
Washington, D.C. A Jaeger truck-transit mixer showing four men looking at the United States Truck Conservation Corps pledge on the door of the truck
Washington, D.C. A groceryman standing by a District Grocery Stores truck on the side of which is displayed a United States Truck Conservation Corps pledge
Washington, D.C. A Griffith consumers oil tank truck showing a United States Truck Conservation Corps pledge displayed on the door. Two men are looking at the pledge

Washington, D.C. A Griffith consumers oil tank truck showing a United ...

Title and other information from caption card. Transfer; United States. Office of War Information. Overseas Picture Division. Washington Division; 1944. More information about the FSA/OWI Collection is availabl... More

Arlington (?), Virginia. Arlington County dairy truck from which a driver is alighting with a tray of milk bottles. On the door of the truck is displayed a United States Truck Conservation Corps pledge
Washington, D.C. A Clagett Market delivery truck displaying a United States Truck Conservation Corps pledge standing in front of a residence where the driver is handing a basket of groceries to a colored maid
Washington, D.C. A Transit-Mixed Concrete Company truck displaying a United States Truck Conservation Corps pledge on the door
War production drive. Anthracite rallies. "I pledge allegiance to my flag..." Corporal Bennick led the crowd in the oath of allegiance at the rally for anthracite miners in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania. Anthracite miners' rallies were held in four Pennsylvania cities September 28th through October 1st
Washington, D.C. A Magruder, Inc. delivery truck on which is displayed a United States Truck Conservation Corps pledge in front of a fashionable home, showing the driver alighting with a box of groceries
Washington, D.C. A truck at a lumber mill showing the United States Truck Conservation Corps pledge displayed on the door of the truck. In the background is a young man carrying lumber
Fairfax, Virginia. A Nabisco truck stopping at a market where the driver is making a delivery. On the front of the truck is displayed a United States Truck Conservation Corps pledge
I'll carry mine. As patriotic on leave as he is on shipboard, this sailor on furlough keeps America's wartime pledge to save tires and gasoline by carrying the family purchases. Note that the young man's wife carries only her own handbag: husbands please observe
Washington, D.C. A Hood Transportation Company truck on the door of which can be seen a United States Truck Conservation Corps pledge
Bethesda, Maryland. A Battery Park Market truck on the door of which is displayed a United States Truck Conservation Corps pledge
Washington, D.C. A Clagett Market delivery truck in front of a residence where a colored maid and the driver, who is holding a basket of groceries, are talking. A United States Truck Conservation Corps pledge is displayed on the door of the truck
Washington, D.C. A groceryman standing by a District Grocery Stores truck showing the United States Truck Conservation Corps pledge display on the door of the truck
Washington, D.C. A colored driver and an attendant of a long distance hauling van looking at the United States Truck Conservation Corps pledge on the door of the car
Greenbelt, Maryland. American legionnaires taking pledge of allegiance to the flag at special Memorial Day Protestant services
Washington, D.C. A Charles Schneider Baking Company delivery truck displaying a United States Truck Conservaton Corps pledge, showing a driver alighting with a basket of bread
Washington, D.C. A colored driver on the running board of an autocar van giving some directions to someone ahead. A pledge to the United States Truck Conservation Corps is displayed on the door of the car
Fairfax, Virginia. A Nabisco truck on the door of which is displayed a United States Truck Conservation Corps pledge. The driver is taking a box of packaged goods into the Fairfax supermarket
Washington, D.C. A Clagett Market delivery truck in front of a residence where a colored maid and the driver, who is holding a bag of groceries, are looking at the United States Truck Conservation Corps pledge displayed on the side of the truck
Washington, D.C. A Magruder, Inc. grocery truck showing its United States Truck Conservation Corps pledge in front of a home where the driver is handing a box of groceries to a housewife
Bethesda, Maryland. A Battery Park Market truck on the door of which is displayed a United States Truck Conservtion Corps pledge
Washington, D.C. An O. Boyle tank truck on the door of which is displayed a United States Truck Conservation Corps pledge
Three Thirds of the Nation. Members of the fifth grade, Chcremoya public school of Hollywood, pledge allegiance to the flag during the War Production Board's (WPB) presentation, Three Thirds of the Nation at Hollywood's Radio City on May 27
Japanese-American volunteers. Colonel James J. Doyle, second from right, commanding officer of Kauai, Hawaii Service Command looks on as the oath of induction is administered to the four young AJA [Americans of Japanese ancestry] volunteers of Kauai who went through the solemn pledge of allegiance immediately after Mitsuru Doi took his oath Thursday as the first man in the territory to be inducted. The oath is being administered by Major Charles V. McManus (extreme right), adjutant of the Service Command. The inductees are, from left to right: Goro Sadaoka, eighteen, of Lihue, who has two brothers on Oahu, both volunteers; Lenneth T. Tada, twenty-five, alumnus of the University of Hawaii, salesman for the Kauai Sales Company; Shigeo Suemori, twenty-one, of Lihue, whose brother Tadao was rejected after his physical examination, and Noboru Okamoto, eighteen, Lihue Plantation employee, who was born in Lihue and made a name for himself as pitcher for the Lihue baseball team
Oswego, New York. Oswegan reading the pledge to the United Nations at the Flag Day ceremonies during United Nations week
Oswego, New York. Mayor Scanlon leading Oswegans in reciting a United Nations week pledge which was broadcast to the nation
President Coolidge signs the nation's birthday book the Patriot's Pledge of Faith

President Coolidge signs the nation's birthday book the Patriot's Pled...

Pres. Coolidge posed with 13 women of the Commissions of the Sesquicentennial and Thomas Jefferson Centennial seeking to purchase and preserve Monticello. Photoprint copyrighted by the National Photo Co. Nation... More

This is to certify that ... was duly elected a member of the above society on the ... day of ... 184-, and the pledge having been in due form administered to him he signed the same / Sinclair Lithr. Phila.

This is to certify that ... was duly elected a member of the above soc...

Print shows two men standing at a table on which is a pledge, one of them is offering a feather pen to another man who is standing with his wife and child. 155 U.S. Copyright Office. Title from item. Printed at... More

Family pledge - Print, Library of Congress collection

Family pledge - Print, Library of Congress collection

This record contains unverified data from PGA shelflist card. Associated name on shelflist card: Strobridge.

The pledge and the cross; a history of our pledge roll
The pledge and the cross; a history of our pledge roll
The pledge and the cross; a history of our pledge roll
The pledge and the cross; a history of our pledge roll
The pledge and the cross; a history of our pledge roll
The pledge and the cross; a history of our pledge roll
The pledge and the cross; a history of our pledge roll
The pledge and the cross; a history of our pledge roll
The pledge and the cross; a history of our pledge roll
The pledge and the cross; a history of our pledge roll
The pledge and the cross; a history of our pledge roll
The pledge and the cross; a history of our pledge roll
The pledge and the cross; a history of our pledge roll
The pledge and the cross; a history of our pledge roll
The pledge and the cross; a history of our pledge roll
The pledge and the cross; a history of our pledge roll
The pledge and the cross; a history of our pledge roll
The pledge and the cross; a history of our pledge roll
The pledge and the cross; a history of our pledge roll
The pledge and the cross; a history of our pledge roll
The pledge and the cross; a history of our pledge roll
The pledge and the cross; a history of our pledge roll
The pledge and the cross; a history of our pledge roll
The pledge and the cross; a history of our pledge roll
The pledge and the cross; a history of our pledge roll
The pledge and the cross; a history of our pledge roll
The pledge and the cross; a history of our pledge roll
The pledge and the cross; a history of our pledge roll
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