|Object Name||Button, Political|
|Dimensions||H-4 W-4 Dia-4 inches|
|Description||This political button is a celluloid-type button with tinplate backing and a hook and pin latching system. The front of the button's background is divided into two parts, with the top half being light blue, and the bottom half being a darker blue. Along the top border, "WITH HOPE & JUSTICE / FOR ALL" is printed in red. Along the bottom border, "52nd INAUGURATION JANUARY 20, 1993" is printed in white. On the viewer's left is a white box with black stroke containing a black and white portrait of Bill Clinton, and "CLINTON" printed in red beneath his portrait. In the center is a black and white photo of John F. Kennedy. On the viewer's right is a white box with black stroke containing a black and white photo of Al Gore and Gore's name printed in red, capitalized letters below the man's face. Along the center bottom edge, "BOLD CONCEPTS NYC 212-764-6330" is printed in white.|
|Collection||Drexell R. Davis Collection|
|Event||1992 United States Presidential Election|
Kennedy, John F.
|Physical Holder||Kentucky Historical Society - KHS|