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THE Mc CARTHY ACTION N


PRACTICAL WAYS IN WHICH YOU CAN HELP

SENATOR EUGENE McCARTHY

TO SECURE THE PRESIDENTIAL NOMINATION





















Inquiries to:
Women for McCarthy
National Headquarters
Shoreham Building
806 15th Street, N. W.
Washington, D. C. 20005

Tel. (202) 783-7390. Ext. 1, 2, 3 and 4


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THE Mc CAR THY ACTION N KIT



CONTENTS


"Nothirg can stood a good idea whose time has come."
Here are several -- ard their time has come




INTRODUCTION

VISIBILITY

FUND RAISING

DELEGATE'S "FILE"' ON McCARTHY

AD CAMPAIGN: "OPEN LETTER TO DELEGATES"

CHECK LIST


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THE Mc C A R T H Y


INTRODUCTION


"And I have promises to keep
And miles to go before I sleep
And miles to go before I sleep . ."






The primaries are now well past. The people of the United States
have indicated plainly that they wart a charge ir policy. Not
just any kind of change but that suggested by Senator Eugene
McCarthy. You know that. Now you are asking what you and your
co-workers can do to help.

CONVINCE THE DELEGATES

Delegates to the Democratic national convention to be held in
Chicago at the end of August will have the awesome task of selec-
tirg the candidate for the November elections. How they cast their
votes will depend or whether we offer the American people a "breath
of fresh air" and bold, new enlightened policies in the person of
Senator Eugene McCarthy, or the highly unpalatable "mixture as
before."

Our job therefore is to insure that all delegates understand
clearly that Senator McCarthy and his policies are what the great
majority of Democrats (as shown in primaries right across America)
want, and what the great majority of the American people (as shown
in public opinion polls) also want. They must also be reminded
that the eyes of America and of the world are watching to see
whether they are truly responsive to the will of the people.
All our activities must be directed to this most urgent end in the
next few vital weeks.


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This kit offers you many suggestions as to what you and your group
can do. It is not a precise manual because we know you will want
to take these ideas and adapt them to your own circumstances. You
will want to add your own creative ideas. Please remember that all
you do at present should be aimed at

(a) APPEALING DIRECTLY TO DELEGATES OR

(b) STIMULATING PUBLIC INTEREST, AWARENESS AND SUPPORT
FOR SENATOR McCARTHY IN A MANNER WHICH WILL INFLUENCE
DELEGATES.

Every day from now on will give you a chance to bring Gene closer
to the White House. Time will not refund any days that are lost.
And we have so few.

Good luck.... and Good Campaigning!







Ann Alanson
(Mrs. Lionel Alanson, Jr.)
National Coordinator


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CAMPAIGN VISIBILITY


"Candidates and their organizations should not merely be
campaigning. They should also seem to be campaigning."






Day in, day out, Senator McCarthy and the McCarthy for President
organization are working and campaigning. Trying to get the
message across to the public, trying to show delegates that the
message is getting across. But a campaign is truly effective
only if people know about it.

It's true that the Senator's message does use the mass media --
television, radio, newspapers and magazines. But you can help
to make the campaign more visible and the message more audible
in many ways. How? Let's spell them out quickly.

Raise Money

A later section of this kit deals specifically with the need for
and ideas regarding fund raising. Remember that all such activi-
ties if well publicized will also give the additional important
"bonus" of more campaign visibility. An event which raises funds
is fine. But an event which raises funds and makes the social
columns of the local press is that much better. Your fund
raising people and your campaign visibility people should closely
co-ordinate their efforts.

Tie In With National McCarthy Week

Plans are now being publicized for "National McCarthy Week" in
August, climaxed by national McCarthy Day under the general
chairmanship of John Kenneth Galbraith. It would make good sense
to tie in some of your publicity efforts with the national project.
We'll be in touch with you later as plans develop.


EVERY DAY COUNT S!


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CAMPAIGN VISIBILITY


Write Letters, Get Cn The Air

Letters to Editors are widely read and very indicative of public
opinion. Letters are published not because of any literary or
journalistic skill shown but because they express views of interest
to the public clearly and logically.

Don't stop with letters. If you know any newspaper, radio or T.V.
personalities either socially or through your other activities tell
them about your views and the McCarthy campaign.

Give Out Literature

Don't forget the literature! There's plenty available. Don't
wait to be asked for it. Leave it where it can be read -- in
doctors or dentists offices, waiting rooms, beauty shops etc.

Men should be encouraged to leave literature in their union halls,
commuter trains, lodges and clubs.

Ask restaurants or stores whether they would be willing to leave
a supply of literature next to their cash registers. (You can
also suggest they make the other candidate's literature available
if they want to appear neutral. The important thing is that our
message be read.)

Provide A Speaker

As you know, clubs and other organizations are always on the look-
out for speakers. Why not suggest that they invite a speaker for
McCarthy? (And if they do, it's a good idea to let the press and
T.V. people know, Have the speaker run off a few copies of his
address -- or at least some extracts from it, These should be
given to media people to insure greater and more accurate coverage.)

There are two regular jobs involved here. Contacting the organi-
zations and arranging the speaker, plus arranging the publicity
for the event, (But be sure to co-operate with the publicity
person of the organization concerned before going ahead with the
latter.)

If you need help in obtaining a speaker do please let us know.
We'll always be able to work something out.

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CAMPAIGN VISIBILITY


Recruit Opinion Leaders


Make sure that you know where your local "opinion leaders" stand --
(i.e. community leaders, prominent businessmen, clergy, educators,
professional people etc.) If they are with us, ask them to make
their views known through statements to the press, radio or T.V.
and in any talks they give. Especially ask them to write to
convention delegates. If it seems opportune you could offer as-
sistance in securing background on the McCarthy record, typing
the letters or any other chore. Many a delegate at present pre-
pared to go along with the "machine" might well change his mind
after a few letters from really influential local people. (If any
favorable statements appear in print send copies to delegates.)

Former Kennedy supporters are particularly important. Their endorse-
ment of our candidate could be very influential, especially if dele-
gates know about it.

Act Today -- Every Day Counts

To start the visibility campaign rolling we suggest you form a
committee right away -- giving members specific responsibilities for
the various activities. Definite goals and targets should be set.


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THE McCARTH Y


FUND RAISING


"Money is not everything." But it can
make a lot of dreams come true.






Fund raising should always start off with the question -- why do
we need the money? At this crucial stage of the campaign there
are many answers.

Everyone involved in fund raising projects should clearly under-
stand that we need money for:

(1) LOCAL ORGANIZATION WORK

(a) Headquarters and storefront rents

(b) Publicity and advertising

(c) The petition campaign

(d) Underwriting organized events

(2) NATIONAL OPERATIONS

(a) Delegates

(b) Field work (Headquarters staff to assist local
organizations.)

(c) Communication

(d) Intelligence (as much background information on every
delegate as possible, whether he has a full or a half
vote).


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FUND RAISING


(3) CONVENTION EXPENSES

You will readily appreciate the gigantic costs of organizing
an effective campaign in Chicago. There will be printing and
advertising;daily publication of the McCarthy Advance; floor
demonstrations; materials such as banners, posters, buttons,
hats, streamers, etc. Women for McCarthy in Washington, D.C.
have undertaken to make convention dresses, but we need money
for the materials.

There will be McCarthy hospitality centers, although obviously
not on such a lavish scale as some. And there are, of course,
all the "routine" enormous costs of staging the convention,
including the highly complex communications systems, plus the
cost of the convention staff, accommodations and innumerable
other "extras."


Most of you will be experienced in fund raising techniques, and it
is not our intention to spell out specific events or ways of raising
money. However, we do suggest that you start your "finance count-
down" right away. To do this you should:

Organize your committee and start planning right away.
The money itself is needed right away.

Start selling tickets or merchandise and sending invitations
now so that you have an immediate cash flow.

Make sure your time-table allows for the money to be in
and working in good time for it to help the Senator on towards
his Chicago victory.

And don't forget -- fund raising events can also be used to attract
publicity for the whole campaign, especially when they involve the
sale of campaign material (see Campaign Visibility section).


MONEY IS URGENTLY NEEDED AT NATIONAL HEAD-
QUARTERS. DON'T WAIT TO ACCUMULATE LARGE
SUMS, BUT KEEP THE SMALL AMOUNTS COMING IN
REGULARLY.

EVERY DAY COUNTS!


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THE McCARTH Y


DELEGATES' FILE ON McCARTHY


"Nothing equals the eloquence of facts
which speak for themselves."







This activity will insure that all delegates are kept up to date
on developments that strengthen the candidacy of Senator McCarthy.
It is most unlikely that delegates can keep abreast of all politi-
cal developments through their own reading and contacts.

Briefly what will happen is this. Women for McCarthy headquarters
will forward to you regularly copies of appropriate newspaper and
magazine articles and stories. Your committee then can reproduce
sufficient copies of whatever you think would be of interest to
your delegates.

In judging what would be suitable bear in mind the composition of
your delegation and the type of issues which would particularly
attract your members' attention. If you have the time and the
"woman power," you could make a list of those delegates interested
in foreign affairs; another for city and urban problems, yet
another for civil rights, and so on. If your delegation is
heavily influenced by specific issues, do let us know and we will
provide special material.

We suggest that you send with the first material a covering letter,
possibly along the lines of the attached copy. If you are in
touch with delegates friendly or committed to Senator McCarthy,
we suggest you confer with them from time to time, asking their
reaction to the material and inviting their suggestions.

Don't just send our material. Your own research team could also
scan locally-produced publications. Local items would perhaps be
of even more interest to your own State delegates and would be a
valuable addition to the national material that we will offer.

EVERY DAY COUNTS!


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DELEGATES' FILE ON McCARTHY


It would be appreciated if you could arrange to send copies of the
material that your own researchers discover to our national head-
quarters. Some would no doubt be of interest to organizations in
other States, and we could send it on to them. In this way the
operation would come very close to achieving the ultimate -- a
complete national "scanning service" and means of getting to all
delegates all the material favorable to Senator McCarthy.

The practical steps to take therefore are:

1. Form the "Delegates' File on McCarthy" Committee.

2. Fcrm sub-committees to research and deal with material on
specific subjects if you are able to break down your
delegation into "special interest" groups.

3. Arrange for participants in other parts of your State
to scan specific periodicals.

4. Arrange method of reproducing the material.

5. Let National Headquarters know the name and address of
the person to whom we should send material.


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DELEGATES' FILE ON McCARTHY


Sample Draft of First Letter to Delegates




To Each Member of the (name of State) Delegation
to the Democratic National Convention

Dear (Salutation should be personalized)

On August 27 you will be directly involved in a decision
which will certainly determine the course of history. For there
is no doubt that following your decision America will head in a
different direction from that which it would have done had you
made a different choice.

You have been well briefed on where the candidates say
they stand, and you are familiar with the personality, the
philosophy and the policies of the Democratic candidates for the
nation's highest office. Your problem now is how to keep up to
date on what they are saying day by day, how they are reacting to
"live" situations, what commitments they are making. You also
want to know how the people of America are reacting and what they
are thinking, what the experts are saying and what the polls are
predicting. Without all this knowledge you cannot make the most
informed choice in August.

We suggest that you start your own file now on each can-
didate. As supporters of Senator McCarthy, we will send you
material which is not put out by our own headquarters but which
is taken from the nation's press -- along the lines of the
material enclosed. If you retain it in a file, together with
your other convention material, you can keep yourself fully in-
formed as situations develop. And you will have review material
at hand before you cast your vote in Chicago.

Should you require any specific material for your McCarthy
file, please let us know and we will certainly get it for you.
Any comments on our suggestion or on our material would be very
much appreciated.
Sincerely yours,

(If funds permit, a folder could be produced and sent to each
delegate by your committee -- this would be his "File on McCarthy")
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AD CAMPAIGN: "OPEN LETTER TO DELEGATES"


"It is always stimulating and encouraging for a
man with civic responsibilities to know that
people are interested in what he is doing."





Despite the fact that Senator Eugene McCarthy has convincingly
demonstrated an overwhelming popular support for himself and his
policies, there is grave danger that the August convention may
nominate Hubert Humphrey. Why? Because of unseen pressures
exercised by political power brokers. Pressure must be answered
by..greater pressure, and we appeal to you to help draw the atten-
tion of your State delegates to the fact that they ultimately are
responsible not to faceless men but to the people of the United
States and to their own consciences.

We are hoping that across the country,'a few days before the
convention, full or half-page newspaper advertisements will appear
-along the lines of the enclosed sample copy. However they are
worded, the object of all the ads must be:

(a) To remind delegates that a great many people are
holding them responsible for seeing that the will
will of the Democratic Party prevails; also that
the convention must pick the candidate most likely
to win in November.

(b) To point out that party members in the primaries
have consistently voted against a continuation of
the present administration's policy, and polls show
that Senator McCarthy is clearly the most popular
candidate.

(c) That it is in their own interest to prove that they
are-men.and women of integrity and courage and not
subject to the machinations of political bosses and
back room intrigue.

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The ads should carry the names and addresses of responsible members
of the community and be in effect "open letters" from them to
delegates. May we ask you to organize such a campaign in your
area? We suggest it can be best operated according to the following
plan.

1. Form a small committee to implement the whole operation.

2. Determine the size, content and cost of the advertisementss.
It is suggested that you contact a local advertising agency
to assist you after first making certain that the agency
you approach is not working for any competing candidate.
Such services will increase the cost of the ad, but you
will benefit by the professionals' advice, they will in-
sure the best possible date of insertion, the best posi-
tion in the paper, the exacting wording and most effective
layout, as well as handling all technical requirements.
In this way your message will have full professional impact.

3. Organize your volunteers to raise the necessary money and
enlist support. You may either limit your solicitations to
party members (precinct lists generally are available) or
you may approach all registered voters. In either event
your volunteers should try to enlist the support of influ-
ential and well known people especially those active in
the political world.

4. Volunteers should secure signatures on a document contain-
ing the final wording of the ad so that there can be no
be no question afterwards on content.

5. By all means use variations on the ideas. Perhaps your
committee could organize an ad from specific groups --
lawyers, teachers, women, clergy, minorities, Republicans
for McCarthy, etc.

6. Have one person responsible for working with the agency,
watching deadlines, checking copy, proofs, etc. to make
for a smoother operation.




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7. Arrange for the newspapers) to supply a quantity of
reprints. (Only a small charge will be involved.)
As a matter of courtesy, forward a reprint to each
supporter. Cost of this could be computed in the divided
over-all cost. Forward one copy also to each delegate
with a covering letter. Finally do please forward some
copies to the National Headquarters of Women for McCarthy
at 806 15th Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. We will be
able to put the resulting national collection to good use
in national publicity and also at the national convention.

8. Schedule your ads for the last two weeks before the con-
vention, but be sure they appear before your delegates
leave for Chicago.


This is a most important and direct exercise, and its success could
pay big dividends for the accomplishment of our goal. We know that
we can count you in.


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Sample Copy for Newspaper Ads


To Each Member of the (name of State) Delegation
to the Democratic National Convention

Note: INCLUDE names and addresses of delegates


On August 27 the eyes of the people of America, indeed of the
whole world, will be upon you as you discharge your awesome re-
sponsibility of choosing the man who will be the next President of
the United States.

You have been selected as a person of integrity and responsibility
by your fellow Democratic Party members, not to follow the dictates
of any power broker, but to nominate a candidate whose abilities and
policies appeal to large numbers of the party he represents and who
is also the most likely to win popular support in the November
elections.

May we remind you that Senator Eugene McCarthy is the only candidate
who meets both of these urgent requirements? His candidacy and his
policies have attracted overwhelming support in democratically-
conducted primaries right across the country. Poll after public
opinion poll has shown that he is clearly the most popular prospec-
tive candidate, capable of defeating any opponent in November.

There are those who say that this coming convention has already been
"locked up" by Hubert Humphrey. Hubert Humphrey -- the man who did
not choose to put his policies or himself to the test of the pri-
maries. The man who consistentlyhas refused to debate his opponents
in public. The man who represents a policy so unpopular that the
present President of the United States could not find it in himself
to ask the people of America to re-elect him to office.

There are those who say that delegates are not people but puppets
who must dance to strings pulled by unseen party bosses. That
democracy does not really work.

All the world is waiting for them to be proven wrong. The Democrats
are waiting. The people of the United States are waiting. And
especially are the young people waiting -- those who were induced
to work their hearts out through most of the winter and spring on


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the pledge that democracy can work. And in the final analysis,
history itself is waiting.

The answer will come when we see how you vote at the convention.
So in a very real sense the fate of democracy itself, not to men-
tion the Democratic Party, is in your hands. We know that you wil
not lightly discharge your grave responsibilities.

THOSE READERS SUPPORTING THIS AD ARE INVITED TO WRITE
DIRECTLY TO THE DELEGATES.


A FINAL


SUGGESTION


Throughout this kit you have read the message "EVERY DAY COUNTS."
It does, for every day is one of a very limited number of
opportunities. Everything in this phase of the campaign must be
achieved before the convention.

Could we suggest that all of us tack up a prominent note where
we will see it often -- depicting the number of days left before
the convention? In that way, we all will keep that sense of
great urgency alive.

We'll be in touch later about the Senator's fall campaign.


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IDEAS CHECK LIST


There's a job to be done and you're all set to start. Why not
keep a checklist of ideas designating the people in your group
responsible for undertaking specific projects. Here is a sug-
gested format for your adaptation.


PROJECT DATE ASSIGNED
Block Parties
Ice Cream Socials
Pool Parties
Picnics
Cocktail Parties (invite a celebrity)
Coffee Get-togethers
McCarthy Mart Beachmobiles
(decorated station wagons with
petitions, merchandise, literature)
Photography of Important Events
A Midsummer "Happening"
Local "Eugene" Night Clubs
Distribution of Literature Drive
Letters to the Editor Campaign
Organized Plan to Contact Opinion
Leaders
"Delegates File on McCarthy" Campaign
Ad Campaign: "Open Letter" to the
Delegates
Speakers Bureau (to encourage and
deal with requests for speakers
on McCarthy)
Petition Campaign (set targets
and deadlines)

SPECIAL EVENTS FOR NATIONAL McCARTHY WEEK


PERSON (S)
RESPONSIBLE


Motorcade
Rallies

Each of these ideas plus the many adaptations and the many other
thoughts that your group will be able to contribute will all add
to the growing support for Senator McCarthy. Thus far we have
confounded all our critics. With your help we will win at Chicago
and beyond.








McCARTHY MERCHANDISE


ITEM


COST
PRICE


SOURCE


White or Beige
Acetate twill fabric
by the yard -
McCarthy pin motif in
blue and turquoise

Scarf in same fabric,
white or beige

Floppy Beach Hat,
same fabric, white
or beige

Chin-strap Kerchief
white only, lined in
turquoise taffeta


Mrs. Jerome Schick
2 Sparrow Drive
Livingston, N.J.
07039
Tel: 201-992-7421


$1.00 per
yard
Two motifs
per yard.


$ .60 each


$2.00 each


$1.00 each


SUGGESTED
RETAIL PRICE

$2.00
per yard.


$2.00


$3.00 or
3.50


$2.00


RECORDS


IF YOU LOVE YOUR
COUNTRY by Peter,
Paul and Mary -
45 rpm. box of 50

THE WIT OF SENATOR
McCARTHY, recording
of Gridiron Dinner
33-1/3 LP


McCarthy Natl. Hqtrs. $ .50 each
815 17th St., N.W.
Washington, D.C.
Tel: 202-737-7207


60 records
for $120.00


(This is a wonderful introduction to the Senator for the uncommitted
voter and could be given as a prize or special event item could retail
for $4.00 as well.)
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BOOKS


LIMITS OF POWER by
Sen. E.J. McCarthy,
paperback, 50 to a box

MAN OF COURAGE
about McCarthy, 8x10"
glossy photo covered
picture book


Dell Publishers, NYC $ .35 each
available at
McCarthy's Mart
64 W. 56 St., NYC


Maco Publishing
available at
McCarthy's Mart
64 W, 56 St., NYC


$ .50 each


$1.00




$5.00


$ .75 each


$1.00 each


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McCARTHY MERCHANDISE (contd.)


BOOKS
FIRST THINGS FIRST
small pocket-sized
compilation of state-
ments of the Senator


Signet Books $ .17 each
New Amer. Library
1301 Avenue of Americas
New York 10019
212-986-3800


$ .50 each
GOOD SELLER


STICKERS


Riki-tiki-Daisy blue
center (Gene McCarthy)
very decorative -sturdy
1000 to a box $100.
small, medium &.large


McCarthy Natl. Hqtrs. $ .10 each
815- 17th St.,N.W.
Wash. D.C.,


$.25,.35,
.50 or
3 for $1.00


JEWELRY


Gold, 14 kt. disc,
raised lettering of
McCarthy with single
ruby, sapphire and
diamond trim
(BEAUTIFUL)

Scrabble Pendant
Earrings (G-E-N-E)
swingy, order by doz.
(VERY GOOD)

"Eugene" oblong
tie tac worn by men
in lapel, blue on
silver plate


"Eugene" blue campaign
buttons made into
earrings or cufflinks

Silver plated pin
with "Eugene" in light
blue, same as tie tac

Gold plated Pin with
"Eugene"


McCarthy's Mart
64 W. 56 St.
New York 10019




Mr. John Lord
INFOPLAN
605 Third Ave.
New York 10016

Henry Strauss
McCarthy for
President
199 Church St.
New Haven, Conn. I


$60.00


$100.00


Great advertisement or
could be given free for a
$1,000. and up contribution.


$ .75 pair


$3.00


Tel: 212-557-8564


$ .75 each


203-865-2129

$ .50 each


$1.25 each


$2.50 each


$2.00


$1.50 or
2.00


$2.50



$5.00









McCARTHY MERCHANDISE

JEWELRY
Flash buttons -
with photo of
McCarthy, sticker back,
size of half dollar
(100,000 on order)


(contd.)


Henry Strauss
McCarthy for Pres.
199 Church St.
New Haven, Conn.


$ .05 each


Tel: 203-865-2129


MATCHES
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back, 4 to a packet, 64 West 56th St. $.25 $.50
striking side reads, New York 10019
MAKE IT HAPPEN, VOTE quantities of
FOR McCARTHY, turquoise 50 loose books
$1.00 + postage

BUMPER STICKERS
McCarthy for President Stan Palmer $.10 each $ .25 each
white on dark blue Eastern States Litho.
159 W. 33rd St.
New York 10001 Tel: 212-CH 4-1511

BUTTONS
Regular McCarthy Stan Palmer $ .25 each
buttons Eastern States Litho.

Baby EUGENE Columbia Advertising $ .35 each
buttons Tel: 212-AX 1-5900

Large Photo Stan Palmer $1.00 each
of McCarthy Eastern States Litho.

SHOPPING BAGS

Sturdy, 18x16-3/4" McCarthy's Mart Packed in $ .35 or
white with McCarthy 64 West 56th St. bundles of frequently
in blue For New York 10019 250 at given away
President in red. $ .20 each with other
7,500 available purchases


POSTERS
BREATH OF FRESH AIR
Photo of McCarthy
11x17" S'Il l
16x22" Large


Stan Palmer
Eastern States Litho.


$ .10 each
.15 each


$ .50 each
1.00 each


$ .50


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