This is an emery board for the political campaign of Walter Baker for U.S. House of Representatives in 1971. The emery board is tan on the rough side and red, white and blue on the buff side. There is black lettering on the buff side that reads "WALTER BAKER FOR CONGRESS/ Pd. For By Citizens For W. Baker - J. Pedigo, Treas." followed by an unreadable printer's union bug.
This is a stamped tin tab button that says "JOHNSON/FARNSLEY" in black print on a white background. It is made by lithographic process. Various manufacturing symbols are located on the tab, along with the following numbers, "634/313".
This is an emery board for the political campaign for the 3rd district U.S. Congressional campaign of Ron Mazzoli. The emery board is tan on the rough side and white on the buff side. There is red lettering on the buff side that reads "Mazzoli" followed by an unreadable union printers bug.
This is a circular political button, made by lithographic process, for Wilson Wyatt's 1962 senatorial campaign and Frank Burke's 1962 congressional campaign. It has a Green background with the names, "WYATT / BURKE", located at the center in white print. There are two union labels located on the edge toward the bottom. It has a stickpin located on the back.
This is a rectangular campaign button for Republican Ron Lewis's 1994 campaign for the United States House of Representatives. It was made by the celluloid process and has a safety pin on the back. The printing consists of two horizontal bands of blue, located at the top and bottom, with a red band across the center, separated from the blue bands by a white line on either side. The name "Ron" is printed in white on the upper left of the top blue band. The name "LEWIS" and a Liberty Bell image are printed in white through the middle band. "FOR CONGRESS" is printed in white on the lower band. A small white union label sits at the bottom center of the button.
This is a circular political button, made by lithographic process, for Goldwater-Miller's 1964 presidential campaign and Marion Eugene Snyder's congressional campaign. It has a white and red horizontal striped background. The slogan, "VOTE", appears in blue print on the white background, and the names, "GOLWATER/MILLER/SNYDER", appear in white print on the red background. It has a manufacturing union label on the edge, toward the bottom. It has a stickpin on the back.
This political poster is made from thin white cardboard. In the upper left corner is a black and white bust photograph of Harry Lee Waterfield in a suit and tie and wearing glasses. To the right of this image is black text which reads "GET BEHIND / Our Native Son / HARRY LEE / WATERFIELD." Under this is a county and congressional district map of Kentucky superimposed on a gray heart. Below this is text which reads "First IN THE HEARTS OF HICKMAN / First IN THE HEARTS OF THE FIRST DISTRICT / First IN THE HEARTS OF ALL KENTUCKIANS." The repeated word "first" in these three lines of text is printed in a cursive font. In larger black letters below this is printed "Don't Miss This Great Opportunit
This is a celluloid type political button that was created for the 1996 Congressional campaign of Ron Lewis. The button has a white background with a color photo of Lewis on the proper right side of the button. There is a blue image of the state of Kentucky opposite the photo on the proper left side. The text on the button is blue, red, yellow, white and black, with each color on a different line of text. The inscription reads, "RON / LEWIS / 1996 / 2nd / DISTRICT / for / CONGRESS". The maker's label on the bottom edge of the button has been cut off by the folding of the paper under the tinplate. On the lower proper right edge of the button there is a union label for the United Steel Wo
This poster has a white background and is on medium density paper. Across the top is a red bar with 8 white stars and the word "ELECT" printed in white in the center, with 4 stars on either side. Below is a blue and white photo of Frank Miller. Beneath the photo is a large red text block with white letters that read "Senator FRANK / MILLER / U.S CONGRESS." Printed in very small white letters below the name "MILLER" is a line of text which reads "Pd. by Jerry W. Shelton, CPA, Treas., 1902 Bybee Av, Bowling Green, Ky." At the bottom is a blue bar with 6 white stars that says, "2ND DISTRICT" in the center in white lettering, with 3 stars on either side.
This political poster is on semi-gloss cardstock. Across the top of the poster in black capital letters are the words "VOTE FOR / NATCHER." Centered under this is a black and white photograph of William Natcher in a suit and tie. On either side of this picture are text boxes with thin black lines as borders which line up with the top and bottom of the photograph. On the left the text reads "Able / Experienced / Faithful / To / Duty." On the right the text reads "Your / Support / Will / Be / Appreciated." All text is in black ink. Across the bottom of the poster in large, black text is the word "CONGRESS." In the bottom right corner of the poster, handwritten in ink, are the words "Pd. By WHN.
This is a celluloid process campaign button with a safety pin enclosure. It has a white background with blue, red, gold and white text. there is a photograph of Fletcher in black and white on the right side of the button with an image of the state of Kentucky in blue on the left side. The text reads "ERNEST/FLETCHER/1996/6th DISTRICT/for/CONGRESS".
This is a circular celluloid process metal political button for the U.S. Congressional campaign of Anne Northup in 1996. The button has a white background with a silhouette of the state of Kentucky in blue. On top of the silhouette in red there is lettering that reads "ANNE" in red and "NORTHRUP" in black outlined red, "for" in white and "CONGRESS" in black outlined white. Below the silhouette on the right the test reads in black "3rd/ District" and on the lower left "1996" in red. There is a clasp pin closure attached to the back. On the curled under edge there is black lettering that reads "NA2B01 (copyright symbol) 1996 Tigereye Design Versailles, Oh 513-526-4800" followed by the union bug
This is a campaign nail file for 1972 Kentucky congressional candidate John Breckinridge. The file is red white and blue on the front with "John Breckinridge for Congress" across the main portion of it in black letters. The red background ends between the "JOHN" and "BRECKINRIDGE." The blue background begins between the "c" and the "o" in "Congress" and extends down to the end of the file. There is black union label printed toward the bottom of the file against the blue background.