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Description: After the death of Joseph R. McCarthy in May, 1952, seven Republicans ran in the special primary election. The most serious candidates were Congressman Gl...
Description: Suffragist Mrs. Katherine McCullough speaking to a gathering in front of the store and post office run by Mrs. W. Bunda in Sister Bay.
Date: 1946-05-04 ca.
Description: The May 4-5, 1946 Wisconsin Republican Convention at Oshkosh, one of the most important meetings in the state party's history.
Date: date unknown
Description: Bill Steiger (right) speaks to several men as he campaigns for congress. Dick Cheney is visible on the far left.
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: Republican Presidential candidate Wendell Willkie with Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Fellenz Jr. (R-Fond du Lac), sitting at a banquet table in front of a large ph...
Description: Former Wisconsin Governor Anthony Earl stands outdoors near an airplane with a group of supporters. He made an unsuccessful run for the United States Senat...
Date: 1952-10-03 ca.
Description: Senator Joseph R. McCarthy and Governor Walter J. Kohler, Jr., seated together in the Eisenhower Presidential campaign train dining car.
Description: Former Wisconsin Governor Patrick J. Lucey, together with Mrs. Lucey, campaigning for vice-president on John Anderson's National Unity ticket. They are bot...
Description: A card advertising Conrad Seipp's Brewery of Chicago. Features a caricature of United States political figures of 1884, including, seated at the table from...
Description: Harold E. Stassen at the speaker's table at a campaign luncheon in Monroe. Seated (left to right) are: Mrs. R.L. Rote, Rev. E.C. McCollow, District Attorne...
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: Campaign poster for Victor Berger (1860-1929), U.S. Senatorial campaign. The poster was used by Berger, Socialist candidate for the U.S. Senate in the camp...
Description: Humorous postcard designed by Elizabeth H. Bridgers of North Carolina in support of the Presidential candidacy of Republican William Howard Taft. Mrs. Bri...
Date: 1947-05 before
Description: Cartoon, mounted on board, by Clifford K. Berryman of candidates wearing spring dresses and hats or headbands, and dancing around a maypole, with the Washi...
Description: Campaigning for vice-president, former Wisconsin Governor Patrick J. Lucey visited an after-school tutorial program at the Scudder Homes project. Lucey was...
Description: Politician Carl Ziedler, who ran for mayor of Milwaukee. Gauer is quoted in his book Keeping Track of What Happened, "When Hollywood came out with p...
Description: Republican Presidential candidate Wendell Willkie with Harvey Hartwig (R-Milwaukee), during Willkie's 1944 campaign.
Description: Campaigners for the 1960 Republican ticket of Richard M. Nixon for president and Henry Cabot Lodge for vice-president.
Date: 1944 ca.
Description: Portrait of Joseph R. McCarthy used in literature issued for his unsuccessful 1944 Senate campaign.
Description: Congressman David R. Obey and Senator Gaylord Nelson posed talking in front of the statue of Robert M. La Follette, Sr. in the National Statuary Hall in th...
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