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Date: 1924 ca.
Description: "Progressive Emancipation Bond" certificate for contributions to the Progressive Party for the 1924 presidential campaign in which La Follette was running...
Date: 1890 ca.
Description: Color advertising cartoon depicting Uncle Sam with arms outstretched over a Deering grain binder. Hybrids of binders by rival manufacturers are depicted on...
Description: Union Electoral Ticket for the United States Presidential Election, John Bell and for Vice President, Edward Everett. Voters that desired to select a strai...
Description: Two-sided, quarter-fold advertisement for a ten filmstrip program about the 1972 presidential election. The outside is the promotional information. The ins...
Description: Confederate Presidential Election ballot. Jefferson Davis and Alex. H. Stephens were elected without opposition. The corrosion on the front is caused by th...
Description: Official Primary Ballot for the Republican Party on Tuesday September 3, 1912.
Description: 1860 Presidential Democratic ticket headed by John C. Breckenridge (it should be spelled Breckinridge), and the vice-president, Joseph Lane, that was distr...
Description: Official Primary ballot Tuesday September, 1912. City of Madison-Tenth Ward for the Democratic Party.
Description: National Democratic Ticket for the United States Presidential Election, Stephen A. Douglas and for Vice President, Herschel V. Johnson. Voters that desired...
Description: The National Union Ticket. National Union Party was the name the Republican Party used in 1864 to attract War Democrats who would not vote for the Republic...
Description: Democratic Ticket for the 1864 Presidential election. General George B. McClellan was the candidate for President, running against Abraham Lincoln.
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