Campaign and Historical Buttons
Campaign and Historical Buttons
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It’s 1976, you’ve got your Ford (Gerald, GOP presidential nominee), your peanut (Jimmy Carter, Democratic nominee), your Dole pineapple (Bob Dole, GOP veep nominee) and your Fritz (Walter Mondale, Dem veep nominee - as in Fritz the cat?)
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button showing candidates in 1976 presidential election: Ford, Carter, Dole and Mondale (Fritz the Cat)
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Presidential Campaign Posters: 1968: Richard M. Nixon (Republican) v. Hubert Humphrey (Democrat) v. George Wallace (Independent)
Robert Kennedy focused his 1968 campaign on opposition to the Vietnam War, which divided the country. This poster evokes the pacifism of the 1960s hippie movement. (Library of Congress)
Jim Trelease, Democratic Presidential Primary Poster Showing Robert Kennedy, United States, 1968
1968: Bobby Kennedy campaigning for nomination for Democratic Party Presidential Candidate
From a set of Presidential Campaign Posters: The 1968 campaign poster for Bobby Kennedy
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1968 Robert Kennedy, who was assassinated before the primaries were over.
I love these original 1960's political posters from the States.
Lincoln for President
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Abraham Lincoln Presidential Campaign Poster, Hannibal Hamlin: vote for him just cause he's got a badass name
Print shows a large campaign banner for Republican presidential candidate Abraham Lincoln and running mate Hannibal Hamlin. Lincoln’s first name is given here as “Abram.” The banner consists of a thirty-three star American flag pattern printed on cloth. In one corner, a bust portrait of Lincoln, without beard, encircled by stars, appears on a blue field. - 1860
WALLS 360 wall graphics: For President Abraham Lincoln http://www.walls360.com/americana-wall-graphics-s/1964.htm
"It seems as if the question whether my first name is 'Abraham' or 'Abram' will never be settled. It is Abraham," wrote Lincoln in June 1860. However, one campaign banner opted for the shorter and more typographically convenient 'Abram' during one of the most crucial presidential election campaigns in history.
1860 Campaign Flag, showing how obscure Lincoln was at the time, featuring his name misspelled.
Abraham Lincoln campaign banner, circa 1860 Source Library of Congress via Flickr Commons
For president, Abram Lincoln. For vice president, Hannibal Hamlin. So I thought I'd geek out a moment, the reason that they're advertising both the vote for President and the Vice is because it wasn't until quite recently that you got both for the price of one. You had to vote for both separately. So I was quite possible to have a Whig Pres. Dem Vice, Repub. House and Split Senate. They shortened it when the Whig fell apart to attract more voters and streamline the process.
The gathering storm lesson plan causes of the Civil War
For president, Abram Lincoln. For vice president, Hannibal Hamlin (LOC)
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Bad grammar on a Kennedy badge - could Eisenhower's education policy have been to blame?
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Harry Truman Campaign Button ~ 1948
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Harry Truman Campaign Button ~ 1948 Whenever I am really, really in need of a "message", I see something about Harry Truman...this showed up today.
Richard Nixon political campaign buttons from 1960 and 1962
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Richard Nixon political campaign button 1960
Richard Nixon political campaign buttons from 1960 and 1962 Page 1 of 6 for Nixon
Pooh for President Campaign Button - 1972
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Pooh for President Campaign Button - 1972 I want to find one of these! ~M
Margaret Chase Smith, Republican. A campaign button for the 1964 presidential campaign. The first woman to be nominated for president at a major political party convention, she received 27 votes at the Republican National Convention.
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Margaret Chase Smith A campaign button for the 1964 presidential campaign. Pink backround with blue printing.
Margaret Chase Smith
Theodore Roosevelt Campaign Button. Classic San Juan Hill image with TR saluting astride his horse with American flag waving in the background. *s*
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Theodore Roosevelt Campaign Button. Classic San Juan Hill image
Bobby Kennedy for President, 1968
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Bobby Kennedy for President, 1968 campaign button
Richard Nixon - Republican 1960 badge/ Iz that like flick your bic only different? Oh Tricky Dick your Sooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo Tricky...
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Richard Nixon - Republican 1960 campaign button. Definitely a memorable slogan!
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Nixon - Republican 1960 campaign button
Bryan/Stevenson button, 1900 campaign
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Bryan/Stevenson campaign button (1900)
Bryan & Stevenson,1900 campaign button
1976 Carter Mondale Bicentennial Logo
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1976 Carter Mondale Bicentennial Logo.One of my biggest regrets. My first Presidential vote. I was so naive.
Though Ted Kennedy, at the time the Senate Majority Whip, was considered a favorite going into the 1972 presidential campaign season, he declined to seek the Democratic Party nomination.
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Commander: George Bush Desert Storm campaign button from the 1992 US Presidential Election reads 'Lets re-elect our desert storm commander-in-chief'
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Robert Kennedy - Democrat 1968
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Love this vintage Robert Kennedy campaign pin - Democrat 1968
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The New Deal was launched by President Roosevelt in hopes of helping the country out of the severe depression it just faced.
The New Deal Coalition was an arrangement of various people who were committed to agreeing with the Democratic Party. This was during the 1930s and the 1940s. This was known to be one of Franklin D. Roosevelt's greatest accomplishments. These people included Southern whites, different urban groups, African Americans and organized industrial workers.
The New Deal financially damaged everyone's income. During march 15th 1933 Roosevelt passed the Economy Act, which cut every government workers pay by 15%.
October 9, 2013 - Atlanta History Center Homeschool Day: The New Deal - Columbus, Georgia TO DO - PDRbyEddie.com
Franklin Delano Roosevelt (FDR) — Our Beloved President for The New Deal: http://video.pbs.org/video/1049332797/
The New Deal was a program created by President Franklin Roosevelt to help the country's economy.
The New Deal: How government programs kept Americans afloat during the Great Depression.
Franklin Delano Roosevelt is inaugurated as the 32nd President of the United States.
An American President: Meet FDR
Southerners for Reagan-Bush button
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Southerners for Reagan-Bush button -- LOVE LOVE LOVE this button! AWESOME memories!
Thomas Dewey from 1948
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Thomas Dewey- Earl Warren from 1948.
9" Thomas Dewey from 1948
Thomas Dewey 1948
"We should insist that the immigrant who comes here in good faith becomes an American and assimilates himself to us. We have room for but one flag, the American flag. We have room for but one language here, and that is the English language. Every immigrant who comes here should be required within five years to learn English or to leave the country, English should be the only language taught or used in the public schools." - Teddy Roosevelt 1907 (26th President of The United States)
Teddy Roosevelt button, 1904