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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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Two buttons promoting President Barack Obama’s second presidential inauguration and one framed invitation to President Barack Obama’s second presidential inauguration ceremony which took place on January 21, 2013.

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These were hats distributed during Barack Obama’s first presidential campaign in 2008. His campaign was successful and he has served two terms as President of the United States.

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This is a flyer for George McGovern’s Presidential election in 1972. The flyer focuses on farmers in Kansas, encouraging them to vote for McGovern and Shriver if they want to see a profit from farming.

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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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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 replica of John F. Kennedy's presidential limo was purchased from the Henry Ford Museum in Deerborn, MI in 2014. The limo itself, in which Kennedy was assassinated, resides in the Henry Ford Museum.

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Front page, Chicago Tribune, Thursday, August 29, 1996. Above the fold, "Democrats Embrace Clinton." Coverage of the 1996 Democratic National Convention, which took place in Chicago, Illinois. Lead article references Bill Clinton accepting his…

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A campaign poster from the 1972 presidential election with the words "Now More Than Ever." There are also several campaign buttons attached ranging from the years of the 1950's to 1984, Candidates include Reagan, Ford, Paul Findley, Edward Madigan,…

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This Button is for the 1960 Presidential Election whereby John F. Kennedy was running for President. Attached is a maroon ribbon which accentuates the button and includes a donkey medallion for the Democratic Party.
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