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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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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 two color campaign poster from the 1968 Presidential Election. Richard Nixon won the election and became the first Vice President to attain the office of President since 1836. Agnew has been Governor of Maryland before becoming the 39th…

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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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The poster itself is an artistic sketch of Richard Nixon smiling confidently; then, in the background is an assortment of celebrities Clint Eastwood, Wilt Chamberlain, and politicians like Ronald Reagan. His daughter is in it as well carrying a sign,…

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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 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 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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This is from the 1972 re-election campaign for Richard Nixon for President of the United States. Nixon would later resign because of the Watergate scandle.

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A photograph taken in the replica of the Oval Office at opening day for the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley on November 4th, 1991. All four former Presidents are in the photo: Richard Nixon, Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, Gerald Ford…
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