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This jacket belonged to Harold V. Hunter as he campaigned for Oklahoma's District 6 seat in the U.S. House of Representatives in 1978. Hunter challenged incumbent Glenn English (D). He lost the bid, but went on to be appointed by President Reagan as…

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This is a political poster from the 1978 election for state comptroller. It belongs to John Castle who ran as Republican nominee that year and appears to be the incumbent. Castle lived in Dekalb, and he was chairman of the Sandwich State Bank. He…

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Tricolor bifold campaign flyer for Harris Fawell, running for 13th Congressional District Representative in 1984. The 4” x 9” flyer’s obverse features Fawell both in a single-subject monochrome portrait photo and in a monochrome family portrait…

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Campaign flyer for Illinois Republican Candidate for state treasurer Brad Glass. The small flyer is executed in Glass’ tricolor campaign color theme of white, black, and green. The campaign’s slogan, “Invest in Illinois”, appears beneath the…

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This sewing kit, which includes thread, needle, and thimble, was a promotional item for Harold Hunter's run for U.S. Representative in 1978. He was the Republican nominee from Oklahoma's 6th District and was defeated by a wide margin by the…

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Campaign sign for Ossie Langfelder for Commissioner of Streets. Mr. Langfelder served two terms in this post prior to his election as Mayor of Springfield in 1987. The sign is either from his first campaign for the post in 1978 or his second in 1982.

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Dewey Bartlett was Governor of Oklahoma from January 9, 1967 – January 11, 1971. This porcelain bowl says "Dinner with Dewey and Ann (his wife) 1-11-78". Dewey was a part of the Republican Party
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