Dartmouth College. Library. Presidential Election Campaign Documents for the Years 1868-1900. Ann Arbor, MI: Xerox University Microfilms, 1974.
14 reels. 35 mm.
Reproduces the "unique, comprehensive collection of official campaign pamphlets issued by the major political parties for each Presidential election between 1868 and 1900" housed in Dartmouth College. It includes the campaign books of the Republican and Democratic Parties, and copies of nearly all the pamphlets and speeches published by the national committees, highlighting the major issues of the day such as the free silver question and the annexation of the Philippines. Contains pamphlets and/or speeches by, among others, James G. Blaine, William Jennings Bryan, Carl Schurz, and James Garfield.
Reel 1: "Listing of Contents" and "Index." Republican Party-1868. Republican and Democratic Parties-1868.
Reel 2: Republican Party-1876.
Reel 3: Democratic Party-1876.
Reel 4: Republican Party-1880.
Reel 5: Democratic Party-1880.
Reel 6: Republican Party-1884.
Reel 7: Republican Party-1888.
Reel 8: Republican Party-1888.
Reel 9: Democratic Party-1888.
Reel 10: Republican Party-1892.
Reel 11: Democratic Party-1892.
Reel 12: Republican Party 1896.
Democratic Party 1896.
Reel 13: Republican Party 1900.
Reel 14: Anti-Imperialist League--1900.
No published guides. Reel 1 includes a chronological listing of items arranged by political party (within each, items are arranged alphabetically by author, or, if anonymous, by title), and an author index. There is no subject index. There is no subject index.
United States--History--19th Century
Campaign Literature, 1868--1900