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Presidential Political Campaign Buttons 1912-1924 | Historical Object | Wisconsin Historical Society

Historical Object

Presidential Political Campaign Buttons 1912-1924

Presidential Political Campaign Buttons 1912-1924 | Historical Object | Wisconsin Historical Society
Framed assortment of campaign buttons for the presidential elections of Theodore Roosevelt, Woodrow Wilson, and William Taft (1912), Woodrow Wilson and Charles Hughes (1916), Warren Harding and James Cox (1920), and Calvin Coolidge, John Davis, and Robert La Follette Sr. (1924). Most are simple round buttons with either the names of the candidates, portraits, the Republican elephant, Democratic donkey, or Progressive moose. One pin is an image of a club, for Roosevelt's 'big stick,' and another is a rooster for James Cox. Among the buttons is an invitation to The Jefferson Club's Banquet in support of James Cox and Franklin D. Roosevelt.
DESCRIPTION
Framed assortment of campaign buttons for the presidential elections of Theodore Roosevelt, Woodrow Wilson, and William Taft (1912), Woodrow Wilson and Charles Hughes (1916), Warren Harding and James Cox (1920), and Calvin Coolidge, John Davis, and Robert La Follette Sr. (1924). Most are simple round buttons with either the names of the candidates, portraits, the Republican elephant, Democratic donkey, or Progressive moose. One pin is an image of a club, for Roosevelt's 'big stick,' and another is a rooster for James Cox. Among the buttons is an invitation to The Jefferson Club's Banquet in support of James Cox and Franklin D. Roosevelt.
RECORD DETAILS
Image ID:127359
Creation Date:
Creator Name:Unknown
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Collection Name:James L. Baughman Political Ephemera Collection, 1896-2012
Genre:Historical Object
Original Format Type:object
Original Format Number:PH 7052
Original Dimensions:16 x 12 inches
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
Political Campaign_2016
SUBJECTS
Chickens
Donkeys
Elephants
Mammals
Ephemera
Men
Moustache
Portrait photography
Democratic Party (U.S.)
Elections
Political campaigns
Political parties
Politicians
Progressive Party (1912)
Progressivism (United States politics)
Republican Party (U.S. : 1854- )
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