This is a bumper sticker for Mary Louise Foust's campaign for Kentucky governor. On both the left and right, there is a blue rectangle with three whit stars; in the middle of the sticker is a red rectangle with white letters which read "For Governor - Vote / FOUST" and underneath that it reads "HONESTY" then features a whit star then reads "INTEGRITY"
This is a circular celluloid process metal political button for the gubernatorial campaign of Larry Hopkins in 1991. The button has a dark blue background with yellow lettering that reads "HOPKINS/ For/ GOVERNOR". There is a safety pin closure attached to the back of the button.
This is a circular celluloid process metal political button for the gubernatorial campaign of Brereton Jones in 1991. The button has white background with dark blue lettering that reads "JONES/ '91". There is a safety pin closure attached to the back.
This bumper sticker is printed on a white background with blue and red rectangles taking up the majority of the sticker's face. The blue rectangle takes up roughly 2/3 of the sticker and has the words "JONES [space] PATTON" printed in white. In the space between the words is a red 5-pointed star, that is "shadowed" in black. The red rectangle sits below the blue and takes up roughly 1/3 of the sticker. It has on it, again printed in white, the words "DEMOCRATS FOR KENTUCKY." In the lower right corner is a union printing label, also printed in white. It says, "GRAPHIC COMMUNICATION / GCIU / UNION LABEL / INTERNATIONAL UNION." To the left of this label is a small, white "R" in a circle, and to
This is a wood and graphite pencil for the gubernatorial campaign of Floyd Poore in 1991. The pencil is unsharpened and has hexagonal sides, painted medium blue with white lettering that reads "DR. FLOYD G. POORE/ He Will Cut Your Taxes/ Governor 91' ". There is a gold metal eraser holder attached to the end with an unused rubber eraser.
This is an emery board for the political campaign of Alma Waddell for Kentucky Secretary of State in 1987. The emery board is tan on the rough side and white on the buff side. There is dark blue lettering on the buff side that reads "Elect Alma Waddell/ Secretary of State/ Paid for by the Committee to/ Elect Alma Waddell Secretary of State,/ Rudean Adams, Treasurer".
This is a circular celluloid process metal political button for the gubernatorial campaign of Harvey Sloane in 1979. The button has a white background with dark blue lettering across the top that reads "WOMEN'S ROUNDTABLE". There is dark blue lettering in the center that reads "FOR GOVERNOR/ Sloane" with a red stripe above and below. There is a safety pin closure attached to the back.
This is a political campaign button for Democratic gubernatorial candidate Louie B. Nunn who ran in the 1967 Kentucky Governor's race. It uses a celluloid process with a white background. The words are imprinted in blue lettering with "INAUGURATION" across the top, followed by "WE WON / WITH / NUNN / DEC. 12, 1967" which is also in blue. There is a metal stick pin affixed to the back of the button.
This banner depicts a log cabin with stone chimney that has an animal hide tacked to it. The cabin also has a nine pane window on the near side and a shake roof. The structure has a door and windows on the front. Original sketch done in red pencil or chalk.
This is a circular celluloid process metal political button for the gubernatorial campaign of John Harper in 1987. The button has a white background with dark blue lettering that reads "HARPER" and red lettering that reads "GOVERNOR". There is a safety pin closure attached to the back.
This is an emery board for the gubernatorial campaign of Wallace Wilkinson in 1987. The board is cardboard and has a tan rough grit side and a buff side that is red, white and blue with black lettering that reads "Elect/ WILKINSON '87/ FOR GOVERNOR/ DEMOCRAT".
This is a circular celluloid type political inauguration button made for Edwin P. Morrow and Thruston Ballard's 1919 gubernatorial and lieutenant gubernatorial inauguration. It has a black background with black and white portraits of Morrow and Ballard in the center. Above and below the portraits reads, "GOVERNOR AND LIEUT. GOVERNOR/INAUGURATION 1919", in white print. It has a paper backing located on the back with a manufacturing label that reads, "WHITEHEAD & HOAG CO./BUTTONS,/BADGES,/NOVELTIES/AND SIGNS/NEWARK, N.J.", in black print. There is also a union label printed on the paper backing. It has a stickpin located on the back.
This is a rectangular political tab pin, made by lithographic process, for Louie B. Nunn's 1967 gubernatorial campaign. It has an orange background with an outline of Kentucky in black across the center. Inside the outline of Kentucky is the name "NUNN" in black print. There is a union label located on the tab and a hole punched through the center.
This bumper sticker has a black background with white and green text. In white at the top left is printed "TODD." Underneath, in green, is "HOLLENBACH." Lastly, underneath this is "For Governor" in white. All text is slanted diagonally up and to the right. A small white union printing label with black numeral "512" sits in the lower right corner.
This is a bumper sticker from the 1967 governor's election. It has an orange background with black lettering and details. There is an image of the state of Kentucky in black with the following text which reads " VOTE FOR LOUIE NUNN/GOVERNOR '67."
This is an emery board for the political campaign of Mary Louise Foust for Governor in 1975. 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 'Honesty MARY LOUISE FOUST Integrity/ for Governor/ May 27, 1976" followed by and unreadable union printers bug.
This is a circular celluloid process metal button for the Governor Brown Inaugural. The background is light beige with dark brown lettering and an outline of the state of Kentucky with a brown star in the north central region. Across the top of the button reads "I WAS THERE". Above the midline reads "WITH / GOVERNOR / BROWN", and around the bottom reads "INAUGURATION DAY 1979". The back is tinplate with a safety pin closure. There is incused lettering on the back in a slanted rectangle that reads "BADGE, A, MINIT" and "LASALLE, ILL.61301" next to it.