This is a pennant made of synthetic material with red, blue and teal. It has a logo with the U.S. Capital and "CARTER / MONDALE" on the left. Under this is "39th President." On the right side is "INAUGURATION / January 20, 1977." On the wide end is an attached label with manufacturer information.
This object is a delegate badge from the 1980 National Democratic Convention held in New York City. The top of the pin is plastic formed in the shape of a large beehive with "Utah, 'The Beehive State'" stamped in black in the center. Two ribbons are attached to the plastic pin: a purple ribbon on viewer left, and a red ribbon on viewer right. Printed vertically in white on the purple ribbon is "UTAH." The red ribbon features, "NDC 1980", also printed vertically in white.
This triangular shaped pennant banner has a white background and yellow binding on the header. Printed on the pennant in green is the image of Jimmy Carter surrounded by a circle on the right and on the left is "JIMMY CARTER / 39TH PRESIDENT."
This is a political button supporting Jimmy Carter's 1980 campaign for president. It is a white pin with an image of the candidate in the center. Surrounding the image in green print are the words, "WELCOME TO / NEW HAMPSHIRE / PRESIDENT / CARTER."
This is a round lithograph political button for the presidential campaign of Jimmy Carter and Walter Mondale in 1976. The button has evenly divided horizontal stripes of hunter green and white backgrounds. On the upper white stripe is "CARTER" in black, on the middle green stripe is "1976" with white stars on either side and on the lower white stripe is "MONDALE" in black. Around the edge is printed "(copyright symbol) A.G. Trimble Co, PGH. (Pittsburgh), PA.15222" followed by the union made logo. The button is lithographed with a stick pin back.
This is a circular celluloid-type pinback button with a safety pin style enclosure. It has a green background and black and white photos of Jimmy Carter, Julian Carroll, and Walter Mondale in the center of the button. Surrounding these images, are the words: "For Kentucky's Future/United/We/Stand/Carter-Mondale" in white text. There appears to be a very small union label underneath the words "United/We/Stand".
This celluloid process campaign button is made from a thin layer of printed paper which has been adhered with clear plastic to the metal button form. The back of the button has a simple wire pin fitted under the curled edge of the piece. The front of the button has a green background with a circular, black and white image of Jimmy Carter in its center. Around the outside of the photograph in capital white letters is printed "I'm A Kentuckian / for Carter." On the curled edge of the pin in small black lettering is printed "Paid for by the Jimmy Carter Campaign Committee R. J. Lipschultz Treasurer." What appears to be a black union logo is printed to the right of this text but it is smudged and
This button is a celluloid type with a safety pin enclosure. It has a blue and white background. There is a blue horse shoe with Jimmy Carter and Walter Mondale beneath the horseshoe. Blue text is below the pictures. The text read "Good Luck From/Kentucky".
This is a celluloid-type pinback button with a safety pin enclosure. It has a white background with green text. In the center of the button there is a brown image of a horse head. The text on the button reads "HORSE PEOPLE/FOR/CARTER/MONDALE".
This is a circular celluloid-type pinback button in support of Jimmy Carter. It has a cream-colored background with brown text and imagery. It reads "I WORK FOR" above a picture of three peanuts. The back of the button has a maker's mark that reads: "BADGE-A-MINIT/LASALLE/ILL, 61301". It has a safety pin enclosure on the back. Along the back edge, it reads in brown text: "Paid By Peanut Brigade Funds"
This is a circular lithographed metal campaign button for the presidential campaign of Jimmy Carter and Walter Mondale in 1980. The button has an orange background with two leaves at the top in light brown outlined in black. A black and white photo of Carter and Mondale is centered in the upper half and wording that reads "CALIFORNIANS / FOR / CARTER-MONDALE" centered on the lower half in black. A black printer's logo label is centered at the bottom of the button. Around the curved under edge reads "Created Exclusively for Gary White, Redondo Beach, Calif., Sept., 1976" in black. There is a stick pin with a hook closure is attached to the back of the button.
This is a circular celluloid-type button with a safety pin enclosure. It has a cream colored background, and in brown text, the words: "I'll Whip His Ass" above a caricature of Jimmy Carter. Along the back edge of the button are the words: "Political Americana 180 Durham, Asheville, N.C.".
This is a celluloid-type pinback button with a straight pin enclosure. It has a blue background with white text. The text reads "REMEMBER WATERGATE/VOTE CARTER" with a white star at the bottom center of the button face.
This is a political button related to the 1980 presidential election. The button is a celluloid-type process with tinplate backing. The front of the button has a white background. Printed in green along the curvature of the top border is the word "RE-ELECT". Below this word, centered in black print is "CARTER". Below Carter's name is a smiling mouth outlined in black. The mouth is slightly agape and features prominent top teeth. Below this mouth, "in 1980" is printed in green along the curvature of the bottom of the button. The back of the button features nothing remarkable.
This is circular celluloid-process political button from the presidential campaign of Jimmy Carter in 1980. The button has a green background with white lettering around the perimeter of the button that reads, "BRING BACK CARTER / in 1980." There are three white stars located on each side of the button in between the two lines of text. Located in the center of the button, there is a black and white circular photograph of Jimmy Carter posing in front of striped drapery. The reverse edge shows lettering in white that reads "N.G. SLATER CORP., N.Y.C. 11" and the logo of AFL-CIO union. The back of the button has a safety pin-style closure that is secured to the button through the tinplate backin
This is a large campaign button for the 1976 presidential election. It reads "Jimmy Carter for President in '76." There is a picture of Jimmy Carter in the center. There is a small pin clasp on the back. Also on the back is a fold down stand.
This is a circular celluloid-type political button for the presidential campaign of Jimmy Carter and Walter Mondale in 1976. The button has a hunter green background with white lettering and drawing. The words read: "WHY NOT THE BEST? JIMMY / CARTER / WALTER / MONDALE." There is a small horizontal line between Carter and Walter. A cartoon of a kicking donkey is below the name Mondale. An oval label on the edge in white reads "Union, IUE AFL CIO, Made". The edge is rolled under and secured with a collet, and the back of the button has a copper colored stickpin closure.