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This photo, likely taken at Reagan's Washington, DC home, "Westwood" in late October 1980, just prior to the general election that propelled Reagan into the White House. John Homeier (right), a successful central Illinois businessman, is seen in the…

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This jacket belonged to Harold V. Hunter as he campaigned for Oklahoma's District 6 seat in the U.S. House of Representatives in 1978. Hunter challenged incumbent Glenn English (D). He lost the bid, but went on to be appointed by President Reagan as…

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This is an 1864 Coin/Token of the Lincoln and Johnson Campaign during the Civil War Presidential Election. Lincoln is featured on one side with the text, "For President Abraham Lincoln," and Andrew Johnson on the opposite with the text, "For Vice…

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1864 Coin/Token from Republican Abraham Lincoln's Presidential Campaign. One side features a portrait of Lincoln. The opposite side reads, "Our Union." This election was during the American Civil War.

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1860 Ferrotype Coin/ Token featuring Republican Presidential Candidate Abraham Lincoln and his running mate Hannibal Hamlin. A 'ferrotype' is a photograph printed on metal. The pictures fade somewhat, but are still easily recognizable. This is part…

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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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A small gold pin in the shape of an elephant with the numbers "56" featured on it supporting the Republican party. Presumed to worn by those who supported Republican candidates for the 1956 elections.

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These are four presidential campaign buttons for the Republican Party years 1956 and 1960. The two buttons on the left support Presidential candidate Dwight D. Eisenhower and his running mate Richard Nixon. These are from the 1956 presidential…

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1992 Presidential Campaign large paper bag with 2 twine handles for Republican Candidates George H.W. Bush (President) and Dan Quayle (Vice President)
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