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Button, Political -

This is a circular political button, produced by lithographic process, for Bill Stansbury during his Louisville mayoral campaign in the early 1970's. It has a yellow background and the following slogan, "Stansbury for Mayor", in red script. The following inscription is located on the side, "Paid for by the Stansbury for Mayor Committee William S. Haynes Treasurer", in red script. It has a stickpin on the reverse side.

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Button, Political -

This is a circular political button, produced by celluloid process, for E. P. Sawyer and John Sawyer during their County Judge and Mayoral campaigns respectively. It has a purple and white background. The top half (purple background) reads, "E. P./Sawyer/COUNTY JUDGE", in white script. The bottom half (white background) reads, "John/Sawyer/MAYOR", in purple script. It has a stickpin on the reverse side.

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Button, Political -

This is a circular political button, produced by lithographic process. It has a light green background and reads, "Lindsay,/Perrotta,/Garelik." in white script. The side reads, "Think Ideas, Inc. N.Y.C.". It has a stickpin on the reverse side.

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Button, Political -

This is a stamped tin tab button that says "RE-ELECT / COWGER." It is a rectangular button with a short tab coming off the top center edge. The field of the rectangle is comprised of a red horizontal stripe above a blue stripe. The stripes are separated by a very thin white line. The text is white and the word "RE-ELECT" is flanked by a pair of white stars. The tab has a small diamond-shaped blue printers label with small text that is small and illegible. This tab was made using the lithographic process.

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Button, Political -

This is a circular political campaign button, made by lithographic process, for C.J. Hyde's 1973 mayoral campaign in Louisville, Kentucky. It has a white background with blue and orange trim around the edges. The central slogan reads, "C.J./Hyde/MAYOR/'73" in blue print. On the side it reads, "C. J. HYDE FOR MAYOR COMMITTEE CECIL DAVENPORT, CHAIRMAN", in white print. It has a stickpin on the reverse side.

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Button, Political -

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".

Image of Sticker, Bumper - Bumper Sticker, "Vote Burke/Woodall"

Sticker, Bumper - Bumper Sticker, "Vote Burke/Woodall"

This dark green bumper sticker has mostly yellow text, with the exception of a white "VOTE" diagonally slanted up to the right in the upper left corner. The main body of text is to the right of this word, reading "BURKE / WOODALL." In the lower right corner is a statement reading, "BURKE FOR MAYOR CAMPAIGN, RAY STEPHENSON, TREASURER." To the right of this statement is a small, yellow union printing trademark with a green "512" at its center.

Image of Button, Political - Campaign button, "2/Sawyer"

Button, Political - Campaign button, "2/Sawyer"

This is a circular political button produced by celluloid process. It has a white background with the slogan "2/Sawyer" ("2" in red, and "Sawyer" in blue). It has a stickpin on the reverse side.

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Button, Political -

This is a stamped shield-shaped tinplate label tab button with a folding tab on top with punched spur. It was printed by the lithographic process and has a blue upper third with nine stars and the word "ELECT" in white. The white middle third has the names "COOK / SCHMIED" in blue. The bottom third is comprised of red and white vertical stripes.

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Button, Political -

This is a circular celluloid process political button from John Celletti's run for mayor of Shively, Kentucky in 1961. It has a red-purple background with "CELLETTI" in orange letters printed across the center. The maker's information is printed along the lower edge of the button and reads, "SPECIALTY ADVERTISING INC LOU KY." The button has a safety-pin closure on the back.

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Poster, Political -

This political poster is printed on very thin paper and has a white background. Taking up most of the surface of the poster is a black and white photograph of Hubert Humphrey and Edmund Muskie waving to a crowd. They are both wearing suits and appear to be standing in an assembly of some kind. Across the bottom of the poster in large blue text is printed "HUMPHREY - MUSKIE." There is a blue star on either side of this text. Under this text and to the right is printed, in much smaller type, "NATIONAL COMMITTEE FOR FINANCE AND INDSUTRY FOR HUMPHREY-MUSKIE [dot] 1025 CONNETICUT AVE. N.W., WASHINGTON D.C."

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Sticker, Bumper -

This is a Romano "Ron" Mazzoli bumper sticker. It is a black bumper sticker featuring text in bright orange-red which reads "MAZZOLI" on the left two-thirds of the sticker and "FOR / MAYOR" on the right.

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Sticker, Bumper -

This bumper sticker is paper printed with blue and bright orange. It is a long rectangle with a blue background and orange letter outlined in white that read "ELECT / COWGER." The bumper sticker has an adhesive back with paper cover.

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Button, Political -

This is a circular political campaign button, made by celluloid process, for Harvey Sloane during his 1979 gubernatorial campaign. It has a white background and the following slogan, "I'm/in/Step/with/Harvey" in red and blue print. On the side it reads, "Paid for by Sloane First Step Club 1401 S. 4th St. Lou. Ky. 40208-Paul Cox Treas." It has a stickpin with integral loop catch on the back.

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Sign, Yard -

This political yard sign is constructed of one piece of white poster paper printed with the identical red, white and blue design mirrored one above the other so that when the paper is folded horizontally in the middle, the same sign is on each side with the fold at the top. The design has a white border and royal blue background. At center top with each word on one line is printed in white "Vote / Everette / "Mutt." There are five stars on each side of "Everette," and alternating red and white blocks on both sides of "Mutt." Below this is printed in large white letters "VARNEY / for / MAYOR." In smaller letters at the bottom is "PAID FOR BY CITIZENS TO ELECT VARNEY, D.L. TAYLOR, TREAS..2

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Button, Political -

This is a stamped tin tab button that says "RE-ELECT / COWGER." It is a rectangular button with a short tab coming off the top center edge. The field of the rectangle is comprised of a red horizontal stripe above a blue stripe. The stripes are separated by a very thin white line. The text is white and the word "RE-ELECT" is flanked by a pair of white stars. The tab has a small diamond-shaped blue printers label with small text that is small and illegible. This tab was made using the lithographic process.