Library Catalog - Kentucky Historical Society

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Name Ward, Henry

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Image of Sticker, Bumper

Sticker, Bumper -

This bumper sticker is black with orange lettering with the text "WARD."

Image of Pin, Political

Pin, Political -

This is a metal lapel pin campaign button that was created for the 1967 gubernatorial campaign of Henry Ward. The pin is shaped as a claw hammer and has the inscription "WARD" written along the handle of the hammer. The back of the button has a maker's mark inscription which reads "BALLOU / REG'D" signifying that it was created by the B. A. Ballou Company.

Image of Button, Political

Button, Political -

This is a circular political button, made by lithographic process, for Henry Ward and Harry Lowman's 1967 campaigns. It has a red background with the slogan, "WARD / LOWMAN / SAYS / AFL-CIO", in white print. It has two manufacturing union labels located on the edge, toward the bottom. It has a stickpin on the back.

Image of Sticker, Bumper - Bumper Sticker, Henry Ward

Sticker, Bumper - Bumper Sticker, Henry Ward

This bumper sticker is navy blue with orange and white text. The upper half of the sticker is printed in orange and reads "HENRY WARD [space] FOR / GOVERNOR." The lower half, printed in smaller white letters, reads "WENDELL FORD [space] FOR LT. / GOVERNOR." A small white union printing label resides in the lower right corner. It has a blue "512" printed at its center.

Image of Button, Political

Button, Political -

This is a circular political button, made of plastic, for Henry Ward's 1967 gubernatorial campaign. It has a white background with the name, "HENRY / WARD", in red print in the center. It has a stickpin on the back.

Image of Button, Political

Button, Political -

This is a circular political button, made by lithographic process, for Henry Ward's 1967 gubernatorial campaign. It has a horizontally striped red, white, and blue background with the slogan, "I'm for / WARD / Ask me / why", in white print. It has one union label located on the right edge. It has a stickpin located on the back.

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Poster, Political -

This political poster is made from a medium thick piece of cardboard with a dark blue background. Across the top in white letters are the words "FOR GOVERNOR." Printed in bright pink under this is the name "WARD." Along the top, left, and right edges of the poster is a thin white border. The bottom edge is missing this border.

Image of Button, Political

Button, Political -

This is a tab pin political button that was created for the 1967 gubernatorial campaign of Henry Ward. The button has a blue background and white lettering on the lower rectangular section and a white background with a blue stamp on the round top. The lettering on the lower section reads, "HENRY WARD / FOR GOVERNOR." In the middle of the round top there is a union label for the International Photo-Engravers Union.

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Button, Political -

This is a circular tin lapel pin with a fold over tab, made by lithographic process, for Henry Ward and Wendell Ford's respective 1967 gubernatorial and lt. gubernatorial campaign. It has a white background with the slogan, "WARD/GOVERNOR/FORD/LT. GOVERNOR", in red and black print. There is a union label located on the circular tab, and there is a hole punched through the center of the tab.

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Handbill -

This is a political card from the campaign of Henry Ward. There is a black and white photograph of the candidate on the front with the inscription "GIVE THE BIG JOBS TO/ HENRY WARD/ HE'LL GET THEM DONE!" The back has another image of Ward with the inscription that reads "KENTUCKY LEADS THE NATION/ WHEN/ HENRY WARD LEADS THE WAY" The piece is on white paper with a red border.

Image of Sticker, Bumper

Sticker, Bumper -

This is a political bumper sticker from 1967 Kentucky governor's race. It has an reddish orange background with the word "WARD" in black.

Image of Button, Political

Button, Political -

This is a circular political button, made by lithographic process, for Henry Ward’s 1967 gubernatorial campaign. It has a horizontally striped red, white, and blue background with the slogan, ”I’m for / WARD / Ask me / why”, in white print. It has one union label located on the right edge. It has a stickpin located on the back.

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Bowl, Decorative -

This is a campaign souvenir for Henry Ward's Kentucky governor's campaign. It is a white glazed round ceramic bowl with a blue glazed rim. It is on a slightly raised foot. The outside of the bowl has the words "STEP AHEAD GO FORWARD" painted in blue with images of blue shoeprints on either side of the bowl. On the inside of the bowl are the words "Bucks/ForWARD/APRIL 7, 1967" painted in blue.

Image of Button, Campaign

Button, Campaign -

This is a circular celluloid type political button from Henry Ward's and Wendell Ford's 1967 campaigns for governor and lieutenant governor. The button has a white background with blue text. The phrase "UNION WAGES BUY MORE!" is printed along the top edge. "AFL-CIO / SUPPORTS / WARD-FORD" is printed in the center and along the bottom edge of the button. A LPIU union label is printed in blue near the center of the button on the front. The button has a safety-pin closure on the back.

Image of Button, Campaign

Button, Campaign -

This is a circular lithographed political button for the unsuccessful gubernatorial campaign of Henry Ward in 1967. The button is divided into a red top half and a dark blue lower half separated by a white line. There is white lettering that reads "I'm for/ WARD/ Ask me/ why". An unreadable union printer's label in dark blue can be found on the curled under edge. A stick pin is attached under the back edge.