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Date: 1946-08 ca.
Description: Campaign brochure issued by Robert M. La Follette, Jr., after his decision to return the Wisconsin Progressive Party to the Republican Party. The brochure...
Date: 1946-10 ca.
Description: Campaign brochure of Howard J. McMurray, former congressman and political scientist, issued for his unsuccessful campaign against Joseph R. McCarthy in the...
Description: Newly elected mayor, Carl Zeidler, with the "braintrust", of harold Gauer and Robert Bloch, that put him there. The "boys" are congratulating him on his vi...
Description: Senator Robert A. Taft speaking to a large audience at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Field House shortly before the April 1 Wisconsin Presidential pr...
Description: Wendell Willkie conferring with Assembly Speaker Vernon Thomson (R-Richland Center). Thomson is a candidate for delegate-at-large on the Willkie slate.
Description: Cartoon depicting a very old Uncle Sam signing the Genocide Treaty while a man behind him says, "Better 37 years late than never, I suppose!".
Description: Attorney Warren D. Lucas, candidate for Madison City Council, seated at his desk.
Description: Official Primary ballot Tuesday September, 1912. City of Madison-Tenth Ward for the Democratic Party.
Description: Sen. John Kennedy, a leading Democratic presidential hopeful, began an intensive three-day speaking tour in Wisconsin with a breakfast with politicians and...
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: A political cartoon during the presidential campaign depicting W.J. Bryan repainting a sign with the word "imperialism".
Description: Republican Presidential candidate Wendell Willkie with Governor Goodland and two of his delegates during Willkie's 1944 campaign.
Description: Presidential candidate Harold E. Stassen, standing by his campaign bus, beseiged by young autograph collectors. On January 29, Stassen, a former governor o...
Date: date unknown
Description: Bill Steiger (right) speaks to several men as he campaigns for congress. Dick Cheney is visible on the far left.
Date: 1958 ca.
Description: Nelson talks with a gentleman at a campaign booth, at the State Fair, during his run for Governor. In the background there are several campaign signs endor...
Description: Senator Hubert Humphrey of Minnesota campaigning for the presidential nomination in southwestern Wisconsin. Humphrey stands at the historical marker in Co...
Description: Crowd listening to a whistle-stop speaker at the railroad station, possibly Taft.
Description: Presidential candidate John McCain greets supporters. An American flag is on the wall in the background.
Description: Democratic Presidential candidate Adlai Stevenson arriving for a speaking engagement. During the campaign Senator Joseph R. McCarthy repeatedly referred to...
Description: View from audience of William Jennings Bryan, as Democratic nominee for election to the presidency, addressing a crowd, estimated at 15,000 people, at a st...
Description: Humorous photograph taken shortly after the failed Tom Amlie campaign. They are both posing outdoors as a couple of future "masterminds" in regard to Amlie...
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