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Invitation to attend the funeral of former Governor Richard Oglesby in Elkhart,Illinois, on April 28th, 1899, at 4.30pm. Invitation includes information about funeral train at Chicago and Alton Depot.

Item was purchased by contributor at auction.…

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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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Some pins are originals others reproductions for various national level offices in elections at the end of the nineteenth century in the United States.

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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.
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Framed poster reading "Charisma Isn't Everything" for Governor of Illinois (Republican) Richard B. Ogilvie's re-election campaign in 1972. The black and white poster, held in a black frame, features the tag as well as a cartoon of the Governor with a…

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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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1982 or 1986 Campaign Sign Adlai Stevenson III for Illinois Governor. Mr. Stevenson ran for Governor of Illinois in 1982 and 1986, losing both bids to James Thompson. As the 1982 gubernatorial candidate, Mr. Stevenson ran as a Democrat. As the 1986…

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A poster showing 38th Governor of Illinois, Jim Edgar, speaking to a crowd. Edgar was a Republican Governor who served two terms, from 1991 to 1999. The only text on the image is , "Jim Edgar for all of Illinois." The poster is held under glass by a…

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Eleven campaign buttons distributed to supporters during various races for Illinois Governor between 1984 and 1999.

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Political campaign button distributed to supporters during at least one of George Wallace’s four presidential bids. George Wallace ran for president in 1964, 1968, 1972, and 1976 and all four presidential bids were unsuccessful.
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