C. V. Boller's Scrapbook

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C. V. Boller's Scrapbook

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Claude Villette Boller's Scrapbook, Farmingdale State College Archives, Farmingdale State College, Farmingdale, New York.

Items in the C. V. Boller's Scrapbook Collection

Claude V. Boller Dies; Long in Business Here.

Claude V. Boller, long in business in Freeport until his retirement several years ago, died last Thursday of a heart ailment in his home 180 Whaley st. Christian Science services were conducted in the Chester A Fulton & Son parlors. Saturday…

Portrait of Claude V. Boller
An illustration of Mr. Claude V. Boller which appeared in the Daily News (Chicago) on December 11, 1906 about the trial regarding the garment workers labor dispute that sparked the bloody 1905 Chicago Teamsters' Strike.

1888 Republican National Convention Guest's Ticket.
This guest's ticket was used by C.V. Boller for admission to the Republican National Convention held in Chicago, Illinois on June 19, 1888 in the Chicago Auditorium Building.

The Scrapbook
A scrapbook consisting of 130 used pages including dance cards, newspaper clippings, playbills, cards, business cards, poems, wedding invitations, menus, travel ephemera, ticket stubs, ribbons, etc.

Dance Card - Holiday Party, December 27th 1888.
One of 28 dance cards contained within Mr. Boller's Scrapbook.

Dance card - Y.B.M. Second Party, March 7, 1889.
One of 28 dance cards contained within Mr. Boller's Scrapbook.

Dance card - Normal, Roller Skating R..., December 29, 1883
One of 28 dance cards contained within Mr. Boller's Scrapbook.

Dance card - Montgomery Ward & Co. Clerk's Benevolent Society,  November 8, 1901.
One of 28 dance cards contained within Mr. Boller's Scrapbook.

Telegram from R. J. Thorne to C. V. Boller, April 10, 1905.

TELEGRAM Received at 1237 Broadway Apr 10 1905 a 117Ny.Ca. 120 2a 34 Chicago, Ills. Apl, 10th C. V. Boller Holland House N.Y. The strike situation is rapidly coming to a focus certain points in regard to the garment makers are in dispute wire me at…

Dance card - J.F.F. Paper Carnival, no date.
One of 28 dance cards contained within Mr. Boller's Scrapbook.