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  • Tags: Buttons

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Pin to support the re-election of Walton and Leary. No information on office or year for election.

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Political pins from national elections, mostly for Presidential races. Includes Kennedy, Reagan, and Nixon.

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Various Presidential and Illinois Gubernatorial campaign buttons dating from the 1940s - 2010 displayed in a large shadowbox

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Numerous political buttons produced to support Republican candidates for Illinois state offices. Items include supporting Ryan for Governor, Jerry Weller for the U.S. House of Representatives, representing Illinois's 11th congressional district.
Jim…

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Several political campaign buttons, primarily relating to Republican candidates in Presidential elections. Items include:
Buttons from the 1988 Republican National Convention in New Orleans.
Ronald Reagan .
George H W Bush 1988
Bob Dole…

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Several buttons relating to local campaigns, including:
"I am a Sangamon County Republican"
"McDonough County Republican"

The collection includes some humorous items, including one button reading "Politically incorrect and proud of it"

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Several more government and campaign buttons, including buttons on single issue campaigns. Examples include buttons supporting the Equal Rights Amendment, and reading 'No New Liquor Tax'. The collection also includes census buttons from 1990 and…

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"Nixon Now" was a campaign slogan from Richard Nixon's run for president in 1972. He had a campaign song with a similar chorus. This button includes a union stamp on the back.

The striped button is a replica of the Uptown People's Coalition…

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Collection of four political campaign buttons for presidential candidates Teddy Roosevelt, Dwight Eisenhower, and Woodrow Wilson, each of the presidential campaigns for these individuals were successful and each served two full terms as president.

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Three farcical campaign buttons popular during the 1972 presidential campaign. The buttons on the left and right were part of a series of unlicensed buttons using a popular television character named Archie Bunker from the television show “All in…
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