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Description: Framed assortment of political campaign buttons for George W. Bush and running mate Dick Cheney, and Al Gore and running mate Joe Lieberman. Three of the b...
Description: Mother and small son in voting booth, with the child squatting on the floor and peeking out beneath the curtain.
Description: Campaign poster instructing voters how to write in Herbert J. Steffes for the office of Municipal Judge of Milwaukee County. He was appointed to serve the...
Date: 1908 ca.
Description: A view of the crowds, standing in the street, on a green space, and in front of buildings. A wagon in the foreground holds a sign that says :Get on the Wa...
Description: Portrait of Mrs. Joseph R. Farrington, Washington D.C., president of the National Federaton of Women's Republican Clubs, in her suite at the Hotel Loraine.
Description: Governor and Mrs. Rennebohm casting their ballots at their home precinct in Maple Bluff. The governor was a candidate in that primary election.
Description: Mrs. Nels (Louise) Grimstad, 613 Riverside Drive, is shown receiving instructions on one of Madison's new voting machines from Mrs. Ralph F. (Mildred) Norr...
Description: William Proxmire, his wife, Ellen (to Proxmire's right), and his supporters celebrate his victory in the special election to fill the Senate seat vacated u...
Description: La Follette political cartoon. La Follette and presidential candidates Root, Shaw, Taft, and Fairbanks at a fish pond.
Date: date unknown
Description: A poster with an image of armed law enforcement officers surrounding a building during an election or voter education meeting. The text reads, "Voters Welc...
Description: Republican party primary campaign poster for Ralph M. Immell, who was running for governor. His quarter-length portrait appears near the top with his name...
Description: Political poster urging voters to elect Republican candidates. Each candidate appears with a quarter-length portrait. Text at the top, "Vote Republican." I...
Description: Pictured are Miss Emily P. Dodge, at left, and Mrs. Edwin B. (Elizabeth Anne) Logan, at right, both attorneys at Farmers' Mutual Automobile Insurance Compa...
Description: President Harry S. Truman holds up the newspaper which has the headline that mistakenly reports "Dewey Defeats Truman".
Description: Official Primary ballot Tuesday September, 1912. City of Madison-Tenth Ward for the Democratic Party.
Description: Governor and Mrs. Oscar Rennebohm in the Governor's Residence, 130 E. Gilman Street, listening to the election returns on the radio. Some of the mansion's...
Description: Supporters of Patrick J. Lucey for Governor distribute buttons and flyers to promote his campaign.
Description: Madison residents turn out to vote during the 1962 Spring elections.
Description: Framed assortment of political campaign buttons for Richard Nixon and running mate Spiro Agnew, and Hubert Humphrey and running mate Edmund Muskie. Several...
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