|The picture below shows a larger view of all (22) Small Old Paper Police and Police Department Related Items in this lot. This is an accumulated lot with a variety of items. Some of these items are dated and the years of the others are unknown. Included in this lot are the following:|
There is a 1952 Fraternal Order of Police Membership Card. It was from a Central Falls, Rhode Island, Lodge #2 member. Information is typed and it is signed and dated.
There is a 1967 – 1968 New Hampshire Association of Chiefs of Police, Inc. Membership Card. A Lieutenant name is typed.
Next there are (5) different Sheriff election campaign items. There are two cards and three match book covers. These are for the following:
1980 – For Sheriff Ralph Froehlich – Allen – Martin – Schreiber for Freeholder (sent to Rahway, N.J. address).
Elect Laurent E. “Larry” Drouin Democratic Candidate for County Sheriff.
Nominate Jack West Democrat Conscientipos Candidate 107 Sheriff Lake County.
Vote For Lucian Fry Our Next Sheriff Democratic Candidate.
All Voters Re-Elect Dutremble For Sheriff.
There are (2) different 1969 Commonwealth of Massachusetts violation tickets. These are all filled out to the same Boston, Massachusetts man. One is for speeding, and one is for a prohibited left turn.
There is an unused Sheriff Sedgwick County badge sticker.
Next there are (3) different Police Cards. These are usually handed out to children. Two of these were from the D.A.R.E. program of the Salisbury, Massachusetts Police Department. One is of a George M. Cole, and the other a Michael A. Alder. The third card here was from the Rochester, New Hampshire Police Department with a motorcycle for a Tony Macaione, Jr., Hosing Officer.
There is an old (6) panel brochure titled “ Con Games and Fraud – How to Avoid Being A Victim” It was from the Milford, Connecticut Police and courtesy of the Coastline C.B. Club.
There is a strip of (3) unused New Hampshire Emergency 911 stickers,Stop The Crime” advertising magnet from the Candia Police Department, an old “Policeman’s Prayer” card with a badge, and a Newton Massachusetts “Operation Identification” card.
The final (2) items in this lot are both colorful old greeting cards. One is an old Hallmark Valentine with a cop and it reads “I’m Gonna Capture You, Valentine!” (signed on back). The other one is an old Christmas card with a Police dog and a Stop/Go sign. It reads “Stop Look ‘n’ Listen! It’s Christmas – Right Ahead and Have a Merry One!” (signed).
All twenty-two of these for one price! To judge the sizes the brochure at the top left measures about 3-3/4'' x 8-1/2''. These items appear to range all the way from good to mint condition as pictured.