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Description: Taken as a possible campaign photograph, this is a picture of Mayor John Bohn, who replaced Carl Zeidler when he left for World War II. Bohn was then reele...
Description: Gauer "promo" photograph taken with a stack of his just published book: "How to Win in Politics," outlining Robert Bloch and Harold Gauer's modern campaign...
Description: 1972 Campaign poster for Ed Muskie, American Democratic Senator and presidential hopeful. Close-up shot of his face, with the slogan, "Believe Muskie."
Description: Campaign photograph for Tom Amlie at typewriter.
Description: Group photograph of the total team working on the election campaign of Carl Zeidler. Max's nickname was "Max the Axe." Milt Polland always wanted to be pho...
Date: 1911 ca.
Description: Ada James (center) with supporters of the Suffrage movement. Campaign for Woman Suffrage in Wisconsin, ca. 1911-1912.
Description: Joseph R. McCarthy receiving the congratulations of supporters after his victory over Democrat Howard J. McMurray in the 1946 U.S. Senate election. The vi...
Description: Campaign photograph of Reuss talking with the "common working man."
Description: Boy holds up balloons for Congressman Byrnes during his 1962 campaign.
Description: Six people pose with a donkey and stickers for Democratic candidates. From left to right are Norman Anderson, Linda Colby, Jackie Colby, Harold Hill, H.W.W...
Description: Television press and supporters at Bush-Cheney rally.
Description: Seven campaign buttons from three decades. The buttons "Better a Third Termer Than a Third Rater" and "No Man is Good Three Times" refer to Franklin D. Roo...
Date: 1946 ca.
Description: Postcard depicting Joe McCarthy issued by the Republican Party of Wisconsin during the 1946 senatorial campaign.
Description: "Dwight York, Republican candidate for the 59th Assembly District, hands out campaign literature to Lucille Lux."
Description: Walter Mondale campaigns for president in 1984 during his failed run against Ronald Reagan.
Description: View of Robert M. La Follette, Sr., at the voting booth in Maple Bluff, Wisconsin at the conclusion of his independent, third-party Presidential campaign.
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: Press conference called by Wisconsin Congressman David R. Obey (center) to introduce his bill to reform political campaign contributions by political actio...
Description: Large crowd at gathering for the Republican Convention. The 1920 National Convention of the Republican Party of the United States nominated Ohio Senator Wa...
Date: 1992 ca.
Description: Congressman David R. Obey (right) hits the pavement in Marathon with aide Tom Springer. Hack's Diner, run by Alfred Hack, was a popular local hangout.
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