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The variety of the posters' forms increased over time. Alongside a 1907 Brown broadside in this section are a Wesleyan miniature on cardstock (intended to be carried on a freshman's person); a broadside from Tufts in the form of a newspaper; a Wesleyan broadside that calls out by name individual members of the freshman class; and a Washington & Lee rules flier bearing an advertisement for Graham and Father - Official Agents for Freshmen - where freshmen could buy, among other things, their freshman beanies which were also known as a "dink" or "slime cap," and would have looked like the Class of 1954 Vermont beanie also on display.