A handbill advertising a Ku Klux Klan demonstration in Auburn, New York. The handbill is off white with red ink. The front of the handbill reads “Kome KLANSMAN Kome / KAYUGA KOUNTY KLAN / Field Day and Demonstration / Lakeside Park, Auburn / Saturday & Sunday Oct. 1st & 2nd / We invite all Native born Protestants of good character / Krusaders, Tri K girls, Women of the K. K. K., / Klansmen and Juniors / SATURDAY AFTERNOON & EVENING / SPORTS, BAND CONCERTS – LADIES FIFE AND DRUM / CORPS – STREET [ARADE AT 4:00 P. M. /Does America Need the Klan? / Explained by National and State Speakers / RELIGIOUS SERVICES SUNDAY / Free Camping Space Luncheon Served on the Grounds.” The back of the handbill is blank.
Handbill advertising a benefit event for A.M.E. Zion Church Stony Brook and its pastor Rev. Thomas C. Johnson. The small flier has black printed text on a white background. The text begins [Zion Sons and Daughters, Awake!] with an invitation to [A Grand / Punch Card Entertainment / AND / APPLE DUMPLING FEAST AND FESTIVAL]. The event is scheduled at the house of Brother Abraham Tobias on October 29th, 1884. The bottom has a list of trustees and a note about the church's quarterly meeting. The reverse is blank.