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This is a button that represents a significant Cardinal baseball fan base in Springfield, IL. It was created specifically to bring awareness to the rival Cubs/Cards exhibit at the presidential museum.

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Brad Glass was Illinois State Treasurer from 1973–1979. Although not stated, these buttons and sticker are most likely from 1972--before he came into office. Brad was a part of the Republican Party.

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“The Inauguration of Bill Clinton” and “Inhale to the Chief!” printed in blue and red type on a button advertising Bill Clinton’s second presidential inauguration.

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Three campaign buttons and two campaign bumper stickers issued during Barack Obama’s first presidential campaign in 2008. His campaign was successful and he served two terms.

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Button distributed during the 1996 Democratic National Convention held in Chicago, IL.

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This is a 1980 Republican Ronald Reagan Presidential Campaign button, "Let's Make America Great Again," which features text only. It is part of a larger collection donated by Tony Leone.

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This "Let's Make America Great Again" button is from Republican Ronald Reagan's presidential campaign in 1980. It features the slogan with a photo of Ronald Reagan. It is part of a larger collection donated by Tony Leone.
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