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This is a political advertisement ran in the Southern Illinoisian paper on March 14, 1976. The literature pertains to the 1976 Illinois Governor Election and Democratic Primary in which the ad supports Democrat Michael Howlett for governor. It was a…

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Front page of Kansas City Star dated July 28, 1974. Without the story telling sheets, its difficult to tell what part of this page was important to David Farrell or was connected to Illinois. In a recent article from the State Journal Register,…

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This is a political advertisement ran in the Southern Illinoisian paper on March 14, 1976. The literature pertains to the 1976 Illinois Governor Election. It was a privately funded ad paid by Southern Illinois Voters and Tony Ison of Mt. Vernon. The…

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Sample ballots for the Republican and Democratic presidential candidates for the General Election of November 5, 1968. Richard Nixon and Spiro Agnew were the Republican candidates for President and Vice President. Hubert Humphrey and Edmund Muskie…

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Human Rights pamphlet describing Hubert Humphrey's "program to uphold the dignity of the individual." Hubert Humphrey was the Democratic nominee for President during the General Election of 1968.

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The tri-fold pamphlet encourages support for George C. Wallace’s run for president in the 1968 election as an Independent. The pamphlet presents information concerning his qualifications, background, and what he promises to do if he is elected. The…

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This tri-folded pamphlet shows the beginning of Nixon’s war on drugs. It gives information on how Nixon plans to carry out and enforce new policies concerning drug use and the shipment of drugs into the country.

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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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These three buttons are from the 1968 Hubert Humphrey presidential campaign. Humphrey was of the Democratic Party and served as Lyndon B. Johnson's Vice President. His campaign was not successful. The "Hubie Baby" button is popular among collectors.…

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This button is from the 1968 Presidential Campaign for Republicans Richard Nixon and his running mate Spiro Agnew. Their unsuccessful Democratic Party opponents were Hubert Humphrey & Edmund Muskie.
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