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Description: Barber Guy Marty poses in front of Dan's Hair Center, which has both Democrat and Republican posters in the windows.
Description: A poster featuring the face of President Franklin Roosevelt on the right and several people on the left. A soldier holds a child in his arms, others wave t...
Description: A campaign notice that corrects misinformation being circulated by the candidate's opponents. The text reads, "Notice!! To the Electors of the 8th Senatori...
Description: Harry W. Bolens, an inventor, obtained patents on chair and furniture fixtures, power garden tractors and lawn mowers. He helped organize the Gilson Manfac...
Description: Two-color silk screened political poster for George McGovern. An ecology symbol is printed in dark red, and within the symbol is the color orange. Inside t...
Date: 1912 ca.
Description: Anti-woman suffrage poster that reads, "Danger! Women's Suffrage would double the irresponsible vote! It is a menace to the Home, Men's Employment and All...
Date: 1962 ca.
Description: Nelson stands at a podium and addresses a crowd during a Democratic Convention, probably during the 1962 Senate elections. Behind Nelson are three oversize...
Date: 1952-11 ca.
Description: Phone bank of Madison supporters for the Republican Presidential ticket: Dwight Eisenhower and Richard Nixon.
Description: View of audience at a rally for John F. Kennedy for president.
Description: In the summer of 1964, Freedom Summer volunteers pose in front of a campaign poster for Victoria Jackson Gray, Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party candida...
Description: The Verona, Wisconsin, headquarters for the George McGovern/Sargent Shriver presidential campaign gets a new sign.
Description: Men ride in a convertible with campaign signs proclaiming, "We Want Truman," and "Vets for Eisenhower."
Description: View from sidewalk at intersection of people walking along the sidewalk near a railroad crossing sign. On the right foreground at the curb a cluster of wom...
Description: Dane County Democratic club luncheon hostesses: Mrs. Thomas E. Fairchild, Mrs. Horace Wilkie, Mrs. William Proxmire (Elsie Rockefeller, his first wife), Mr...
Description: Campaign poster for 1972 Democratic Presidential nominee George McGovern, who lost the election to Richard Nixon. Features a large screen printed brown pic...
Description: Jack Olson gets a congratulatory handshake after he was nominated for Governor by Gov. Knowles. His supporters are holding many "Olson For Governor" and "I...
Description: Campaign Poster for Adlai Stevenson. Adlai Ewing Stevenson II (February 5, 1900--July 14, 1965) was an American politician, noted for his intellectual deme...
Description: A camping trailer serves as the Monroe County, Wisconsin Democratic party and McGovern campaign headquarters during the 1972 presidential race.
Description: Governor Nelson seated and speaking into microphones about his Outdoor Recreation Action Program (ORAP), the 1961 proposal for Wisconsin land purchase and...
Description: Head table at a dinner that honored Senator Joseph R. McCarthy, behind which is a large portrait of him. Senator McCarthy is second from the right. Over 2...
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