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Ossie Langfelder served as the Democratic mayor of Springfield, IL from 1987 to 1995.

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Ossie Langfelder served as the Democratic mayor of Springfield, IL from 1987 to 1995.

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Ossie Langfelder served as the Democratic mayor of Springfield, IL from 1987 to 1995.

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Ossie Langfelder served as the Democratic mayor of Springfield, IL from 1987 to 1995.

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A bag used to promote the election of Republican candidates in Springfield. The funding for this item is credited to The Committee to Elect Springfield Township Republican Candidates, with Joe Bonefeste as the Chairman. The bag is red, white, and…

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This photo was taken at the Old State Capitol Building in Springfield. President Richard Nixon is signing a bill H.R. 9798 authorizing the Abraham Lincoln Home National Historic Site. Congressman Paul Findley, of the 20th Congressional District of…

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A bus slat designed and produced by Springfield resident Tony Jirik, owner of Advertising Production Service. The advertisement is for the 1964 presidential campaign of Barry Goldwater, a Republican Senator from Arizona who was in office 1953 to…

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Double-sided campaign flyer for the election of Ossie Langfelder for Mayor of Springfield, Illinois. Langfelder served two terms as Springfield's mayor, from 187-1995. Since nowhere on the flyer is the term, "re-election," the supposition can be made…

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This is a clear christmas tree ornament with the words "Ossie Mayor" printed in cursive. Not much else is known about which election for Mayor of Springfield it was for. Certainly, it was used as a give away type promotional item. Ossie Langfelder…

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Campaign sign for Ossie Langfelder for Commissioner of Streets. Mr. Langfelder served two terms in this post prior to his election as Mayor of Springfield in 1987. The sign is either from his first campaign for the post in 1978 or his second in 1982.
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