Unknown [Poster for quota meeting to procure volunteers for the draft in Ward Six of Lynn, Massachusetts]
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Printed by Stevenson & Nichols at No. 22 & 24 Healey's Arcade. Calls "The Citizens of Ward Six who are Liable to a Draft" for a public meeting to get sufficient volunteers to avoid a draft. Meeting being called in anticipation of another call for volunteers from the president. Two small holes, one in the top right section and one on the middle left section Neither repaired.
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