Catalogue of the Philip and Rosamund Davies U.S. Elections Campaigns Archive

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Table of Contents

Introduction
A    Presidential, 1840-2009
    A.1  Literature, 1864-2008
        A.1.1  1864 Election, 1864
        A.1.2  1888 Election, 1888
        A.1.3  1912 Election, 1912
        A.1.4  1928 Election, 1928-34
        A.1.5  1936 Election, 1936
        A.1.6  1952 Election, 1952
        A.1.7  1960 Election, 1960-1
        A.1.8  1964 Election, 1964
        A.1.9  1968 Election, 1968
        A.1.10  1972 Election, 1972
        A.1.11  1974
        A.1.12  1976 Election, 1975-7
        A.1.13  1980 Election, 1979-81
        A.1.14  1984 Election, 1982-5
        A.1.15  1988 Election, 1988-9
        A.1.16  1992 Election, 1992
        A.1.17  1996 Election, 1996
        A.1.18  2000 Election, 2000
        A.1.19  2004 Election, 2004
        A.1.20  2008 Election, 2008
    A.2  Posters, 1964-2008
        A.2.1  1964 Election, 1964
        A.2.2  1976 Election, 1976
        A.2.3  1980 Election, 1980
        A.2.4  1984 Election, 1984
        A.2.5  1988 Election, 1988
        A.2.6  1992 Election, 1992
        A.2.7  1996 Election, 1996
        A.2.8  2000 Election, 2000
        A.2.9  2004 Election, 2004
        A.2.10  2008 Election, 2008
    A.3  Audio visual, 1995-2009
        A.3.1  1996 Election, 1995-6
        A.3.2  2000 Election, 2000
        A.3.3  2004 Election, 2004
        A.3.4  2008 Election, 2008-9
    A.4  Buttons, 1840-2008
        A.4.1  1840 Election, 1840
        A.4.2  1880 Election, 1880
        A.4.3  1884 Election, 1884
        A.4.4  1888 Election, 1888
        A.4.5  1896 Election, 1896
        A.4.6  1900 Election, 1900
        A.4.7  1904 Election, 1904
        A.4.8  1908 Election, 1908
        A.4.9  1912 Election, 1912
        A.4.10  1916 Election, 1916
        A.4.11  1920 Election, 1920
        A.4.12  1924 Election, 1924
        A.4.13  1928 Election, 1928
        A.4.14  1932 Election, 1932
        A.4.15  1936 Election, 1936
        A.4.16  1940 Election, 1940
        A.4.17  1944 Election, 1944
        A.4.18  1948 Election, 1948
        A.4.19  1952 Election, 1952
        A.4.20  1956 Election, 1956
        A.4.21  1960 Election, 1960-1
        A.4.22  1964 Election, 1964
        A.4.23  1968 Election, 1968-9
        A.4.24  1972 Election, 1972
        A.4.25  1976 Election, 1976-7
        A.4.26  1980 Election, 1980
        A.4.27  1984 Election, 1984-5
        A.4.28  1988 Election, 1988
        A.4.29  1992
        A.4.30  1996 Election, 1996-7
        A.4.31  2000 Election, 2000-1
        A.4.32  2004 Election, 2004
        A.4.33  2008 Election, 2006-8
    A.5  Objects, 1881-2008
        A.5.1  1881
        A.5.2  1952-56 Election, 1952-6
        A.5.3  1960 Election, 1960
        A.5.4  1964 Election, 1964
        A.5.5  1968 Election, 1968
        A.5.6  1972 Election, 1972
        A.5.7  1976 Election, 1976
        A.5.8  1984 Election, 1984
        A.5.9  1988 Election, 1988
        A.5.10  1992 Election, 1992-3
        A.5.11  1996 Election, 1995-6
        A.5.12  2000 Election, 2000
        A.5.13  2004 Election, 2004
        A.5.14  2008 Election, 2008
B    U.S. Senate, 1968-2010
    B.1  Literature 1968-2010
        B.1.1  1968 Election, 1968
        B.1.2  1970 Election, 1970
        B.1.3  1974 Election, 1974
        B.1.4  1978 Election, 1978
        B.1.5  1980 Election, 1980
        B.1.6  1982
        B.1.7  1984 Election, 1981-4
        B.1.8  1986 Election, 1985-6
        B.1.9  1988 Election, 1985-8
        B.1.10  1990 Election, 1989-90
        B.1.11  1992 Election, 1992
        B.1.12  1994 Election, 1994
        B.1.13  1996 Election, 1995-6
        B.1.14  2000 Election, 2000
        B.1.15  2002 Election, 2002
        B.1.16  2004 Election, 2004
        B.1.17  2006 Election, 2006
        B.1.18  2008 Election, 2008
        B.1.19  2010 Election, 2010
    B.2  Posters, 1974-2010
        B.2.1  1974 Election, 1974
        B.2.2  1980 Election, 1980
        B.2.3  1984 Election, 1984
        B.2.4  1986 Election, 1986
        B.2.5  1988 Election, 1988
        B.2.6  1992 Election, 1992
        B.2.7  1994 Election, 1994
        B.2.8  1996 Election, 1996
        B.2.9  2004 Election, 2004
        B.2.10  2006 Election, 2006
        B.2.11  2008 Election, 2008
        B.2.12  2010 Election, 2010
    B.3  Audio visual, 2000
        B.3.1  2000 Election, 2000
    B.4  Buttons, 1970-2010
        B.4.1  1970 Election, 1970
        B.4.2  1972 Election, 1972
        B.4.3  1976 Election, 1976
        B.4.4  1980 Election, 1980
        B.4.5  1982 Election, 1982
        B.4.6  1984 Election, 1984
        B.4.7  1986 Election, 1986
        B.4.8  1988 Election, 1988
        B.4.9  1990 Election, 1990
        B.4.10  1992 Election, 1992
        B.4.11  1994 Election,, 1994
        B.4.12  1996 Election, 1996
        B.4.13  2000 Election, 2000
        B.4.14  2002 Election, 2002
        B.4.15  2004 Election, 2004
        B.4.16  2008 Election, 2008
        B.4.17  Buttons, 2010
    B.5  Objects, 1986-8
        B.5.1  1986 Election, 1986
        B.5.2  198 Election, 1988
C    U.S. House of Representatives,
    C.1  Literature, [1970]-2010
        C.1.1  1970 Election, 1970
        C.1.2  1972 Election, 1972
        C.1.3  1974 Election, 1974
        C.1.4  1976 Election, 1976
        C.1.5  1978 Election, 1977-8
        C.1.6  1980 Election, 1980
        C.1.7  1982 Election, 1982
        C.1.8  1983 Election, 1983
        C.1.9  1984 Election, 1984
        C.1.10  1986 Election, 1985-6
        C.1.11  1988 Election, 1988
        C.1.12  1992 Election, 1992
        C.1.13  1994 Election, 1993-4
        C.1.14  1996 Election, 1996
        C.1.15  1998 Election, 1998
        C.1.16  2000 Election, 2000
        C.1.17  2002 Election, 2002
        C.1.18  2004 Election, 2004
        C.1.19  2006 Election, 2006
        C.1.20  2008 Election, 2008
        C.1.21  2010 Election, 2010
    C.2  Posters, 1980-2008
        C.2.1  1980 Election, 1980
        C.2.2  1982 Election, 1982
        C.2.3  1984 Election, 1984
        C.2.4  1986 Election, 1986
        C.2.5  1996 Election, 1996
        C.2.6  2000 Election, 2000
        C.2.7  2002 Election, 2002
        C.2.8  2006 Election, 2006
        C.2.9  2008 Election, 2008
    C.3  Buttons, 1968-2006
        C.3.1  1968 Election, 1968
        C.3.2  1972 Election, 1972
        C.3.3  1974 Election, 1974
        C.3.4  1976 Election, 1976
        C.3.5  1978 Election, 1978
        C.3.6  1980 Election, 1980
        C.3.7  1982 Election, 1982
        C.3.8  1984 Election, 1984
        C.3.9  1986 Election, 1986
        C.3.10  1988
        C.3.11  1992 Election, 1992
        C.3.12  1996 Election, 1996
        C.3.13  2000 Election, 2000
        C.3.14  2006 Election, 2006
    C.4  Objects, 1978-2010
        C.4.1  1978 Election, 1978
        C.4.2  1980 Election, 1980
        C.4.3  1984 Election, 1984
        C.4.4  1986 Election, 1986
        C.4.5  1988 Election, 1988
        C.4.6  1998 Election, 1998
        C.4.7   2000 Election, 2000
        C.4.8  2010 Election, 2010
D    State and local, 1958-2010
    D.1  Literature, 1958-2010
        D.1.1  Alabama, 1980-6
        D.1.2  Arkansas, 1980-2
        D.1.3  California, 1979-2010
        D.1.4  Connecticut, 1972-88
        D.1.5  District of Columbia, 1978-94
        D.1.6  Florida, 1977-2010
        D.1.7  Georgia , 1974-94
        D.1.8  Illinois, 1980-2010
        D.1.9  Indiana, 1980
        D.1.10  Iowa, 1982-2000
        D.1.11  Kansas, 1980
        D.1.12  Kentucky, 1979-83
        D.1.13  Louisiana, 1976-93
        D.1.14  Maine, 1986
        D.1.15  Maryland, 1974-2008
        D.1.16  Massachusetts, 1958-2008
        D.1.17  Michigan, 1980-[94]
        D.1.18  Minnesota, 1996-2008
        D.1.19  Missouri, 1988-2008
        D.1.20  Nebraska, 1980-2000
        D.1.21  Nevada, 2010
        D.1.22  New Hampshire, 1980-2008
        D.1.23  New Jersey, 1980-2000
        D.1.24  New Mexico, 1980-2008
        D.1.25  New York, 1976-2009
        D.1.26  North Carolina, 1982
        D.1.27  North Dakota, 1988
        D.1.28  Ohio, 1969-87
        D.1.29  Oregon, 1980-2008
        D.1.30  Pennsylvania, 1976-2007
        D.1.31  Rhode Island, 1982-7
        D.1.32  South Carolina, 1980-2006
        D.1.33  South Dakota, 1980-6
        D.1.34  Tennessee, 1986-94
        D.1.35  Texas, 1980-94
        D.1.36  Utah, 1980-96
        D.1.37  Vermont, 1986-2008
        D.1.38  Virginia, 1979-2007
        D.1.39  West Virginia, 1984
        D.1.40  Washington, 1980-96
        D.1.41  Wisconsin, 1978-2008
    D.2  Posters, 1974-2010
        D.2.1  California, [1988]
        D.2.2  Connecticut, 1980
        D.2.3  District of Columbia, 1978-[92]
        D.2.4  Florida, 1980-2004
        D.2.5  Idaho, 1980
        D.2.6  Illinois, 1980-2010
        D.2.7  Iowa, 2000
        D.2.8  Louisiana, 1987
        D.2.9  Maryland, 1980-2002
        D.2.10  Massachusetts, 1980-2008
        D.2.11  Michigan, 1976-86
        D.2.12  Minnesota, 1986
        D.2.13  Montana, 1980
        D.2.14  New Hampshire, 2004-08
        D.2.15  New York, 1974-2009
        D.2.16  Pennsylvania, 1994-2007
        D.2.17  Rhode Island, 1980-6
        D.2.18  South Dakota, 1986
        D.2.19  Texas, 1980-[1982]
        D.2.20  Vermont, 1996-2004
        D.2.21  Virginia, 1981
    D.3  Buttons, 1980-2010
        D.3.1  Florida, 2010
        D.3.2  Georgia, [1981]
        D.3.3  Illinois, 1990-2008
        D.3.4  Iowa, 2000
        D.3.5  Maryland, [1996]
        D.3.6  Massachusetts, 1980-90
        D.3.7  Missouri, 1988
        D.3.8  Nebraska, 1986
        D.3.9  Nevada, 2010
        D.3.10  New Hampshire, 2008
        D.3.11  New Mexico, 1994
        D.3.12  Pennsylvania, 2006
    D.4  Objects, [1970]-2008
        D.4.1  Florida, 2008
        D.4.2  Iowa, [2000]
        D.4.3  Maryland, [1970]-94
        D.4.4  Massachusetts, 1982-98
        D.4.5  Missouri, [1980-9]
        D.4.6  Nebraska, 1986-2000
        D.4.7  New Hampshire, 2000
        D.4.8  New York, 2007
        D.4.9  Tennessee, 1994
        D.4.10  Texas, 1980
E    Groups (party and interest), [1960]-2010
    E.1  Literature, 1968-2010
    E.2  Posters, 1976-2008
    E.3  Audio visual, [1992]
    E.4  Buttons, 1964-2010
    E.5  Objects, [1960]-2008


Catalogue of the Philip and Rosamund Davies U.S. Elections Campaigns Archive, 1840-2010

Abstract:
Papers relating to elections held in the United States of America in the years 1840 to 2010.

Shelfmarks: MSS. Amer. s. 33


Extent: 59 boxes

Scope and Content

The archive contains campaign material collected by Professor Philip Davies. The material covers all levels of elections.

Arrangement

The papers are arranged as follows:

Acquisition

The main archive was donated by Professor Philip Davies in 2002. Further accruals, received over the subsequent years, have been incorporated.

Preferred Form of Citation

Oxford, Bodleian Library [followed by shelfmark and folio or page reference, e.g. MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 1 / 1, fols. 1-2].

Personal names (NCA Rules)

Davies | Philip John | b 1948 | director of the Eccles Centre for American Studies

Corporate names (NCA Rules)

United States. Congress. Senate
United States. Congress. House

Place names (NCA Rules)

United States

Subjects (LCSH)

Presidents
Elections
Legislators
Politicians

A   Presidential, 1840-2009

A.1   Literature, 1864-2008

A.1.1   1864 Election, 1864


Abraham Lincoln (Republican), 1864
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 1 / 1

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • Union presidential ticket, Franklin County, Ohio. With image of the Stars and Stripes and words "Rally round the Flag, Boys!"
  • Union presidential ticket, Hamilton County, Ohio. With image of Columbia holding a sword labelled "Union"

George B. McClellan (Democratic), 1864
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 1 / 1

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • Democratic presidential ticket, Franklin County, Ohio. With image of, and quote by, McClellan: "The Union must be preserved at all hazards"
  • Democratic presidential ticket, Hamilton County, Ohio. Image and quote as above

A.1.2   1888 Election, 1888


Benjamin Harrison (Republican), 1888
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 1 / 1

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Stereocard of Benjamin Harrison and Levi P. Morton (numbered 1428). Littleton View Company Publishers, Littleton, New Hampshire.

A.1.3   1912 Election, 1912


Theodore Roosevelt (Progressive), 1912
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 1 / 1

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

"Teddy B" postcard with embossed image of a teddy bear holding a walking stick and hat.

A.1.4   1928 Election, 1928-34


Herbert Hoover (Republican), 1928-34
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 1 / 1

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Hoover is the Man! sheet music by B. J. McPhee. Published by Louis H. Ross Music Company, Boston, Massachusetts, 1928. With additional handwritten verse / chorus: "Essex County is for Bacon for our Governor" (Gaspar Bacon, candidate for Governor of Massachusetts, 1934).

A.1.5   1936 Election, 1936


Franklin D. Roosevelt (Democratic), 1936
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 1 / 1

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • postcard with image of Roosevelt
  • ticket to the Democratic National Convention with image of Roosevelt

A.1.6   1952 Election, 1952


Dwight D. Eisenhower (Republican), 1952
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 1 / 1

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Petition form (blank): "We like Ike. Americans have faith in Dwight D. Eisenhower. We urge his nomination for President of the United States".

A.1.7   1960 Election, 1960-1


John F. Kennedy (Democratic), 1960-1
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 1 / 1

Extent: 4 items

Scope and Content:
  • "Kennedy-Johnson" sticker
  • paper flag with image of Kennedy and Johnson: "Kennedy-Johnson. Leadership for the 60s"
  • official inauguration program in envelope

(Lyndon B. Johnson, candidate for Vice President)

A.1.8   1964 Election, 1964


Barry Goldwater (Republican), 1964
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 1 / 1

Extent: 4 items

Scope and Content:
  • two stickers: "Goldwater 64"
  • colour photograph of Goldwater in envelope (sent out by Citizens for Goldwater-Miller)

(William 'Bill' Miller, candidate for Vice President)


Lyndon B. Johnson (Democratic), 1964
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 1 / 1

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Sticker: "Johnson-Humphrey for the U.S.A.".

(Hubert H. Humphrey, candidate for Vice President)


Nelson Rockefeller (Republican), 1964
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 1 / 1

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.

A.1.9   1968 Election, 1968


Hubert H. Humphrey (Democratic), 1968
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 1 / 1

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "Humphrey-Muskie"
  • leaflet

(Ed Muskie, candidate for Vice President)


Robert F. 'Bobby' Kennedy (Democratic), 1968
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 1 / 1

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:
  • two stickers: "Kennedy" and "Americans united: we shall live in peace" (with image of Kennedy and Martin Luther King)
  • booklet: "Robert F. Kennedy. The last campaign". Published by Award Books, New York

A.1.10   1972 Election, 1972


George McGovern (Democratic), 1972
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 1 / 2

Extent: 1 file

Scope and Content:
  • stickers: "McGovern" and "McGovern-Shriver"
  • circular letter of support from Senators Humphrey, Jackson, Kennedy and Muskie to "Dear Fellow Democrat"
  • two membership / pledge cards
  • thirty seven leaflets including endorsements from:
    • Americans for Democratic Action
    • National Labor Committee for McGovern-Shriver
    • United Auto Workers Retired Workers Advisory Council
  • six flyers including details of a public rally being attended by McGovern and Senator Kennedy, Capitol Steps, 12 Sept.
  • campaign stationary and folder

(Sargent Shriver, candidate for Vice President)


Wilbur Mills (Democratic), 1972
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 1 / 3

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Sticker: "Mills for President".


Richard M. Nixon (Republican), 1972
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 1 / 3

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two leaflets including an anti-Nixon leaflet prepared by the American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations.


George Wallace (Democratic), 1972
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 1 / 3

Extent: 8 items

Scope and Content:

Letter from Young Americans for Wallace to "Dear Young American" enclosing the following campaign materials:

  • sticker: "Wallace"
  • order form for Wallace campaign materials
  • signed photograph of Wallace
  • two leaflets
  • two newsletters:
    • Wallace Labor Action
    • The Wallace Stand, 2(2) (special primary issue)

A.1.11   1974

Note: Not an election. Ford succeeded Nixon when he resigned over Watergate.

Gerald R. Ford (Republican), 1974
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 1 / 3

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Biography of Ford dated 21 Sept. He succeeded to the Presidency on the 9 Aug.

A.1.12   1976 Election, 1975-7


Birch Bayh (Democratic), 1976
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 1 / 3

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


James 'Jimmy' Carter (Democratic), 1975-7
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 1 / 4

Extent: 1 file

Scope and Content:
  • sticker
  • contribution cards
  • two circular letters from Carter
  • postcard with image of Carter
  • booklet about Carter by Bill Schemmel
  • six leaflets including "National Health Policy" (Carter's address to the Student National Medical Association, Washington, D.C., 16 Apr. 1976)
  • eighteen newspaper cuttings (articles) from the Charlotte Observer, Christian Science Monitor, CQ Almanac, International Herald Tribune, New York Times and New York Times Magazine, 1975-6
  • two newspaper cuttings (political advertisements) including a message of support from Martin Luther King

Frank Church (Democratic), 1976
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 1 / 5

Extent: 9 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "Frank Church for President"
  • order form for Church campaign materials
  • contribution card
  • five leaflets
  • newspaper cutting (political advertisement)

Gerald R. Ford (Republican), [1975]-6
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 1 / 5

Extent: 9 items

Scope and Content:
  • six leaflets
  • booklet: "The President's House"
  • newsletter: The Inside News, 2(1), Feb. 1976
  • newspaper cutting (article) showing electoral votes by state

Gus Hall (Communist), 1976
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 1 / 5

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Newspaper: Daily World, 9(75), 28 Oct.


Fred Harris (Democratic), 1976
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 1 / 5

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Newspaper cutting (political advertisement).


Henry M. 'Scoop' Jackson (Democratic), 1976
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 1 / 6

Extent: 1 file

Scope and Content:

Compliment letter from the Jackson for President Committee enclosing the following campaign materials:

  • sticker: "Jackson for President"
  • circular letter from Jackson to "Dear Fellow Democrat"
  • circular letters of support from:
    • Congressman J. H. Scheuer ("An Open Letter to Liberals")
    • Congressman J. M. Connolly
    • Massachusetts Building and Construction Trades Council (to their members)
    • Massachusetts Labor Committee (to their members)
  • two volunteer / help cards
  • twelve leaflets
  • newsletter: The Scoop: A report from the Jackson for President Committee, 1(2), Jan.
  • two flyers advertising a Jackson rally at the Statler Hilton, 25 Feb.
  • newspaper cutting (article) from the Philadelphia Inquirer
  • eleven newspaper cuttings (political advertisements) including messages of support from Senators Ervin and Humphrey and an anti-Jackson advertisement by the Durham County Citizens Council

Eugene McCarthy (Independent), 1976
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 2 / 1

Extent: 12 items

Scope and Content:

Letter from McCarthy enclosing eleven leaflets.


Ronald Reagan (Republican), 1975-6
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 2 / 1

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • contribution card
  • leaflet relating to Reagan's candidacy announcement. Contains reprints of a press release, 20 Nov. 1975, and a newspaper cutting (article) from the Richmond News Leader, Oct. 1975

Milton Shapp (Democratic), 1975-6
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 2 / 2

Extent: 1 file

Scope and Content:
  • contribution / volunteer card
  • twenty seven leaflets including reprints of articles from the Boston Sunday Globe and New York Times
  • three newspaper cuttings (political advertisements)

(Robert) Sargent Shriver (Democratic), 1975-6
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 2 / 3

Extent: 1 file

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "I'm a Shriver driver"
  • newspaper cutting (political advertisement)
  • three leaflets
  • four papers by Shriver:
    • "Toward a Democratic foreign policy", 23 Nov. 1975
    • "Putting America back to work: national recovery and policies for a sound economic future", 7 Jan. 1976
    • "Restoring the authority of American families: a new focus for national policy", 15 Jan. 1976
    • "Papers presented [by Shriver] to the conference on religion and the presidency", 20 Jan. 1976

Morris 'Mo' Udall (Democratic), 1975-6
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 2 / 4

Extent: 11 items

Scope and Content:

Circular letter from Udall enclosing the following campaign materials:

  • sticker: "Udall for President"
  • contribution / help card
  • three leaflets
  • circular letter from Udall to the members of CPPAX
  • circular letter of support from John Kenneth Galbraith to the members of CPPAX
  • three newspaper cuttings (article and political advertisements) including a message of support from Archibald Cox, former Watergate Prosecutor

(CPPAX, Citizens for Participation in Political Action)


George Wallace (Democratic), 1975-6
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 2 / 4

Extent: 5 items

Scope and Content:
  • leaflet
  • pamphlet: "Promise vs. Performance"
  • newsletter: The Wallace Stand, 5(3), Oct. 1975
  • two newspaper cuttings (political advertisements)

A.1.13   1980 Election, 1979-81


John Anderson (Independent), 1979-80
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 2 / 5

Extent: 1 file

Scope and Content:

Circular letters from the Anderson for President Committee and Americans Abroad for Anderson enclosing the following campaign materials:

  • information about fund-raising for the National Unity Campaign
  • contribution card
  • two stickers: "Anderson for President" and "Anderson-Lucey"
  • "vote Anderson" flyer
  • six leaflets including "Independents. Progressive Democrats. Moderate Republicans: You really do have a choice for President" (Liberal Party Campaign Committee)
  • manifesto of the Liberal Party of New York State
  • seven newspaper cuttings (articles) from the Barrington Courier-Review, Berkshire Eagle, Foster's Daily Democrat, New York Times, Salem Observer, Seattle Post-Intelligencer and Washington Post
  • newspaper cutting (political advertisement) calling on people to vote for Anderson, Lucey and Jacob Javits (candidate for U.S. Senate)

(Patrick Lucey, candidate for Vice President)


Howard Baker (Republican), 1979-80
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 2 / 6

Extent: 1 file

Scope and Content:
  • three stickers: "Baker" and "Baker. Tough. Honest. Right for the 80s"
  • thirty six leaflets including biographies of the Baker family
  • newsletter: Baker, 1, Sept. 1979
  • seven newspaper cuttings (articles) from the Commercial Appeal, Detroit News, (Los Angeles) Herald Examiner, Washington Post and Washington Star

Joseph Bongiovanni (Democratic), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 2 / 7

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Circular letter from Bongiovanni to the delegates of the Democratic National Convention, discussing inflation and debt-free money.


Edmund Gerald 'Jerry' Brown (Democratic), 1979
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 2 / 7

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Flyer advertising a meeting with Brown, Boston, 8 Nov.


Benjamin Bubar (National Statesman), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 2 / 7

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Platform of the National Statesman Party.


George H. W. Bush (Republican), 1979-80
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 2 / 7

Extent: 9 items

Scope and Content:
  • circular letter from Americans for Bush to "Dear Fellow Conservative"
  • contribution card
  • three stickers: "Vote Bush", "Americans for Bush" and "George Bush President"
  • newsletter: George Bush for President, 1(7), Nov. 1979
  • three leaflets including a reprint of an article from the Washington Post

(Americans for Bush, a special project of the National Security Political Action Committee)


James 'Jimmy' Carter (Democratic), 1979-81
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 3 / 1

Extent: 1 file

Scope and Content:

Letter from the Carter-Mondale Re-election Committee enclosing the following campaign materials:

  • five stickers including "NBC - Nobody But Carter" (U.S. Veterans for Carter-Mondale)
  • ticket to event celebrating Carter's announcement
  • sixteen leaflets including an endorsement from the American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organization
  • two pamphlets:
    • "The record of President Carter's administration: a summary", Oct. 1979
    • "A new foundation for America. Jimmy Carter, the 39th President of the United States", [1981]
  • three newsletters:
    • Farm News for Carter-Mondale, 3, Oct. 1980
    • Farm News for Carter-Mondale, 5, Oct. 1980
    • Farmers for Carter-Mondale, 7, Oct. 1980
  • five press releases including:
    • Agreements reached between the Carter-Mondale and Kennedy campaigns on the platform, 6 Aug. 1980
    • "Carter-Mondale announces compromises on minority reports", 10 Aug. 1980
  • eight newspaper cuttings (articles) from the Laredo News, New York Times, St. Petersburg Times, Washington Post and Washington Star
  • newspaper cutting (political advertisement) with message of support from Ed Koch (Mayor of New York City)
  • three anti-Carter newspaper cuttings (political advertisements) from:
    • Americans for Truth (addressed to women voters)
    • Morris B. Abram (New York lawyer and former President of Brandeis University)
    • Harvey Furgatch (citizen)
  • contact details for state coordinators of the Carter-Mondale Re-election Committee
  • press folder with image of Carter and Mondale

(Walter Mondale, candidate for Vice President)


Ed Clark (Libertarian), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 3 / 2

Extent: 4 items

Scope and Content:
  • volunteer card
  • three leaflets including Libertarian Party membership application form

Barry Commoner (Citizens), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 3 / 2

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


John Connally (Republican), 1979-80
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 3 / 2

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:
  • leaflet
  • newsletter: The Connally Report, 1(2), Oct. 1979
  • pamphlet: "A new approach to build stability and lasting peace in the Middle East" (Connally's address to the Washington Press Club, 11 Oct. 1979)

Philip Crane (Republican), 1979-80
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 3 / 2

Extent: 7 items

Scope and Content:
  • two stickers including: "Crane: the early bird"
  • signed photograph of Crane
  • three leaflets
  • press release: "Philip M. Crane. Man on a mission", Nov. 1979

Robert 'Bob' Dole (Republican), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 3 / 2

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


Deirdre Griswold (Workers World), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 3 / 2

Extent: 11 items

Scope and Content:
  • nine leaflets including a reprint of an article from the Los Angeles Times, Apr.
  • two newspapers:
    • Workers World, 22(40), 10 Oct.
    • Workers World, 22(41), 17 Oct.

Gus Hall (Communist), 1979-80
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 3 / 3

Extent: 7 items

Scope and Content:
  • four leaflets including reprints of articles from the Daily World
  • special election subscription offer to the Daily World
  • two newspapers:
    • Daily World, 13(56), 2 Oct. 1980 (special election issue)
    • Daily World, 13(65), 16 Oct. 1980 (special election issue)

Edward 'Ted' Kennedy (Democratic), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 3 / 4

Extent: 1 file

Scope and Content:
  • two stickers: "Kennedy 80"
  • two circular letters from Kennedy to "Dear Fellow Democrat" and "Dear Montgomery County Friend"
  • circular letter of support from the residents of Silver Spring and Wheaton to "Dear Neighbor"
  • circular letter of support from Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy to "My Dear Friends in Maryland"
  • postcard with image of Kennedy (New Hampshire Democrats for Change)
  • draft card: "Join the New Hampshire 1980 Kennedy write-in campaign" (New Hampshire Democrats for Change)
  • ten leaflets including "Why D.C. is voting for Kennedy"
  • information about events organised by New Hampshire Delegates for Change
  • flyer advertising an opportunity to hear Kennedy's candidacy announcement, 7 Nov.
  • "vote for Kennedy" flyer addressed to "Hispanic Youth"
  • newspaper cutting (political advertisement) paid for by Students for Kennedy, University of Maryland Campus Committee

David McReynolds (Socialist U.S.A.), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 3 / 5

Extent: 18 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "McReynolds and Drufenbrock. Jobs. Justice. Peace. Socialist Party 1980"
  • open letter from the McReynolds-Drufenbrock Campaign Committee to the Citizens' Party (explaining the differences between the two Parties)
  • press release: "McReynolds nominated as the Socialist Party's 1980 presidential candidate", 24 Feb.
  • seven leaflets including the platform of the Socialist Party U.S.A.
  • five flyers including details of a talk by McReynolds sponsored by the Socialist Party U.S.A. and the War Registers League, Massachusetts
  • three newspaper cuttings (articles) from the Gay Community News, (Los Angeles) Herald Examiner and New York Times, May-June

(Dianne Drufenbrock, candidate for Vice President)


Andrew Pulley (Socialist Workers), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 3 / 5

Extent: 13 items

Scope and Content:

Letter from Young Socialists for Pulley and Zimmermann enclosing the following campaign materials:

  • two stickers:
    • "Vote Pulley and Zimmermann in 80. Socialist Workers!"
    • "Stop Nuclear Power! Vote Socialist Workers"
  • contribution / subscription card
  • six leaflets including details of the Young Socialist Alliance's National Convention, 27-30 Dec., Indiana
  • pamphlet by Pulley: "How I became a Socialist"
  • two newspapers:
    • The Militant, 44(40), 31 Oct.
    • Young Socialist, Oct.

(Matilde Zimmermann, candidate for Vice President)


John Rarick (American Independent), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 3 / 5

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Platform of the American Independent Party.


Ronald Reagan (Republican), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 4 / 1

Extent: 1 file

Scope and Content:
  • eleven stickers including:
    • "The time is now. Reagan and Bush"
    • "In your heart you know he might" (anti-Reagan sticker with image of a nuclear blast)
  • Americans for Reagan membership card
  • circular letter from the Reagan for President Committee of Maryland
  • circular letter from the Official Maryland Reagan Delegate Committee, with contribution card
  • circular letter from Conservatives for Reagan, with contribution card and stickers
  • information about canvassing for Reagan
  • twelve leaflets
  • flyer inviting people to meet Reagan, Bush and other republicans, United States Capitol, 15 Sept.
  • newspaper cutting (article) from The News World, endorsing Reagan
  • nine newspaper cuttings (political advertisements) including an anti-Reagan message from Women Against the Republican Nominee

(George Bush, candidate for Vice President)


Meldrim Thomson (Constitution), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 4 / 2

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • leaflet
  • letter from the Thomson for President Committee explaining that Thomson's campaign has been brought to an end "for want of adequate funds"

A.1.14   1984 Election, 1982-5


Alan Cranston (Democratic), 1983-4
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 4 / 2

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:
  • two leaflets
  • press release: "Alan Cranston: a political bibliography", 20 Apr. 1983

John Glenn (Democratic), 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 4 / 2

Extent: 7 items

Scope and Content:
  • circular letter from Glenn
  • contribution card
  • sticker: "John Glenn President 84"
  • three leaflets
  • pamphlet: "America today and tomorrow: John Glenn talks about his goals for our country"

Gus Hall (Communist), 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 4 / 3

Extent: 18 items

Scope and Content:
  • twelve leaflets including:
    • reprints of articles from the New York Times and Newsweek, Feb.-June
    • "Give Reagan the boot!" (relating to the petition to put Hall and Davis on the ballot)
    • text of Hall's candidacy acceptance speech
  • flyer advertising the Peace, Jobs and Equality Festival, with speakers Hall, Angela Davis and William Scott (candidate for U.S. Senate), New York, 19 Oct.
  • five newsletters and newspapers:
    • On The Campaign Trail, 1(1), 25 May
    • On The Campaign Trail, 1(2), 25 June
    • Daily World, 17(3), 9 Aug.
    • Daily World, 17(46), 11 Oct.
    • Daily World, 17(56), 25 Oct.

(Angela Davis, candidate for Vice President)


Gary Hart (Democratic), 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 4 / 3

Extent: 6 items

Scope and Content:
  • two circular letters from Hart
  • contribution card / inaugural reservation form
  • sticker: "Gary Hart for President"
  • two leaflets

Fritz Hollings (Democratic), 1983-4
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 4 / 4

Extent: 1 file

Scope and Content:

Circular letter from Hollings enclosing the following campaign materials:

  • circular letter of support from Benjamin E. Mays
  • three stickers: "Hollings President" and "Hollings"
  • pamphlet: "The thinking man's dark horse for 84" (addresses, quotes and press cuttings about Hollings)
  • five leaflets including Hollings' responses to a questionnaire from Women U.S.A.
  • two press releases relating to Holling's candidacy announcement, 18 Apr. 1983
  • ten newspaper cuttings (articles) from the (Baltimore) Sun, Boston Herald, Boston Globe, Christian Science Monitor, Congressional Record, Los Angeles Times, New York Times and Washington Post, Oct. 1983-Jan. 1984

Larry Holmes (Workers World), 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 4 / 5

Extent: 13 items

Scope and Content:
  • four press releases:
    • "Statement by Larry Holmes and Gloria La Riva in front of Federal Elections Commission", 27 Jan.
    • "Statement by...Larry Holmes on the Supreme Court's racist attack on affirmative action programs", 14 June
    • "Workers World presidential candidates support Lesbian and Gay Freedom Day, demand immediate government action on lesbian and gay rights", 18 June
    • "Workers World presidential candidates denounce Simpson-Mazzoli Law, call for full rights for all undocumented workers" (22 June)
  • eight leaflets including reprints of articles and political advertisements from the Capital Spotlight, Houston Chronicle, Michigan Chronicle, Milwaukee Community Journal, Philadelphia Tribune and Washington Afro-American, Jan.-Nov.
  • Newspaper: Workers World, 26(45), 1 Nov.

(Gloria La Riva, candidate for Vice President)


Jesse Jackson (Democratic), 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 4 / 5

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:

three leaflets including "Come join the Rainbow Coalition".


Mel Mason (Socialist Workers), 1983-4
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 4 / 5

Extent: 10 items

Scope and Content:
  • three leaflets including:
    • "Join the fight for a better world. Join the Young Socialist Alliance"
    • "The Socialist Campaign in 84" (based on Margaret Jayko's article from The Militant, 23 Dec. 1983)
  • four newspaper cuttings (articles) from The Militant, 27 July 1984
  • order form for Mason campaign materials
  • two newspapers:
    • Young Socialist, Feb.-Mar. 1984
    • Young Socialist, July-Aug. 1984

(Andrea Gonzalez, candidate for Vice President)


George McGovern (Democratic), 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 4 / 5

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "McGovern for President"
  • newspaper cutting (political advertisement )

Walter Mondale (Democratic), 1983-4
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 4 / 6

Extent: 1 file

Scope and Content:
  • ten stickers including:
    • "Viva Mondale" (Communications Workers of America)
    • "Mondale-Ferraro for Massachusetts...for America"
    • "Republicans for Mondale-Ferraro"
  • three circular letters from Mondale
  • copy letter from a Mondale supporter
  • two letters from the National Finance Director, Mondale for President Campaign
  • contribution cards
  • summary of Mondale's campaign strategy, Jan.-Apr. 1984
  • invitation to a "America for Mondale-Ferraro" party, 7 Oct. 1984
  • invitation to a viewing of "The Great Debate, Mondale vs. Reagan", 7 Oct. 1984
  • twenty three leaflets including:
    • "Why Mondale? Here's why" (American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations)
    • "We have the power! Stop Reagan" (Rainbow Coalition and Students Organized Against Reagan)
    • "How healthy is America? Take the Reagan health quiz" (Health Workers Against Reagan)
  • five flyers advertising events in Massachusetts, Sep.-Nov. 1984, including:
    • "Senior voters rally: protest federal health care and social security cuts"
    • "Rally against Reagan" (sponsored by the Rainbow Coalition and Students Organized Against Reagan)
  • three newspapers cuttings (articles) from the New York Times, Unity and U.S.A. Today

(Geraldine Ferraro, candidate for Vice President)


Ronald Reagan (Republican), 1982-5
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 5 / 1

Extent: 1 file

Scope and Content:
  • seven stickers including:
    • "Democrat for Reagan"
    • "Another student for Reagan-Bush 84"
    • "I'm from Flossmoor, Illinois and I'm for Ronald Reagan"
    • "I gave to put Ronald Reagan in the White House" (Conservatives for Reagan)
  • Americans for Reagan membership card
  • Students for Reagan-Bush commitment card (pledge to find 10 supporters for Reagan and Bush)
  • photograph of Bush and Reagan sent to Republican Party supporters by Bill Brock
  • seven leaflets including "Reaganism: a price too high" (American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations)
  • four flyers advertising events in Massachusetts, Aug.-Nov. 1984, including:
    • "See and hear..Ronald Reagan..kick-off his final campaign swing!"
    • picket of Republican Party headquarters (National Organization of Women)
    • "Protest the Reagan assault on health" (Health Workers Against Reagan)
  • newspaper cutting (political advertisement) with message of congratulation from the American Conservative Trust
  • four pamphlets:
    • "Promises: a progress report on President Reagan's first year", Jan. 1982
    • "Talking points on the Reagan record on domestic issues", Aug. 1983
    • "President Reagan: three years of accomplishment", Jan. 1984
    • "The Reagan administration"

(George Bush, candidate for Vice President)


Bob Richards (Populist), [1983-4]
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 5 / 2

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet containing a reprint of an article about Richards from Spotlight.

A.1.15   1988 Election, 1988-9


Joe Biden (Democratic), 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 5 / 2

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "Joe Biden President"
  • contribution / volunteer card
  • leaflet

George H. W. Bush (Republican), 1988-9
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 5 / 2

Extent: 32 items

Scope and Content:
  • ten stickers including:
    • "Americans for Bush"
    • "Democrats for Bush"
    • "Oklahomans for Bush"
    • "Bush-Quayle 88"
  • nineteen leaflets including "The Party platforms. Spelling out the difference" (Republican vs. Democratic)
  • three items relating to the presidential inauguration (official program, invitation to a parade in honour of Bush and Quayle, details of commemorative souvenirs)

(Dan Quayle, candidate for Vice President)


Delmar Dennis (American), 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 5 / 3

Extent: 5 items

Scope and Content:

Letter from the American Party enclosing four leaflets (including the platform of the American Party).

(Earl Jeppson, candidate for Vice President)


Earl Dodge (Prohibition), 1985-8
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 5 / 3

Extent: 5 items

Scope and Content:

Letter from the Prohibition National Committee enclosing:

  • three leaflets including:
    • "Alcohol is America's number one drug problem"
    • Platform of the Prohibition Party
  • newsletter: The National Statesman, 52(12), Feb. 1985 (includes Dodge's condensed history of the Prohibition Party)

(George Ormsby, candidate for Vice President)


Robert 'Bob' Dole (Republican), 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 5 / 3

Extent: 4 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "Bob Dole President"
  • two leaflets
  • invitation to join the the Dole for President Exploratory Committee

Michael Dukakis (Democratic), 1987-8
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 5 / 3

Extent: 42 items

Scope and Content:
  • seven stickers including:
    • "For the future elect a Democratic president"
    • "Dukakis-Bentsen"
  • four circular letters from Dukakis
  • contribution card
  • twenty three leaflets including:
    • an endorsement from the American Federation of State County Municipal Employees
    • "Get out of jail, free" an anti-Dukakis card regarding furloughs from prison (distributed by the College Republican National Committee)
  • flyer advertising a "meet and greet" in Hartford, 3 Oct. 1988
  • three newspaper cuttings (articles) from the Boston Globe and New York Times
  • three newspaper cuttings (political advertisements) including messages of support from Physicians and Healthcare Professionals for Dukakis and the National Jewish Leadership Council

(Lloyd Bentsen, candidate for Vice President)


David Duke (Populist), 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 6 / 1

Extent: 7 items

Scope and Content:

Letter from the Populist Party enclosing the following campaign materials:

  • order form for Duke campaign material
  • three stickers (all include the words: "Vote Populist Party in 88"):
    • "David Duke for President in 1988"
    • "Elect Duke and Parker"
    • "The Party of the Middle Class"
  • two newsletters:
    • The Populist Observer, 33, Oct.
    • The Populist Observer, 34-35, Nov.-Dec.

( Floyd Parker, candidate for Vice President)


Lenora Fulani (New Alliance), 1987-8
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 6 / 1

Extent: 31 items

Scope and Content:

Circular letter from Lenora B. Fulani's Committee for Fair Elections enclosing the following campaign materials:

  • New Alliance Party membership card
  • photograph of Fulani
  • five press releases including:
    • Fulani's announcement of candidacy, 24 June 1987
    • Statements by Fulani and Dr. Alim Abdul Muhammad, 6 Sept. 1988*
    • "Poll shows Dr. Fulani and African-American voters may dump the Duke", 19 Sept. 1988
  • five leaflets including a reprint of an article from the National Alliance ("The black agenda and independent politics")
  • eighteen newspaper cuttings (articles) including from the Atlanta Journal-Atlanta Constitution, Jet, U.S.A. Today, Focus, Fort Lauderdale News, San Francisco Progress, Christian Science Monitor, Dallas Morning News, New York Amsterdam News, Congressional Quarterly, Black American and City Sun, Aug. 1987-Oct 1988

*Statements given at a a joint press conference in New York "held, in part, to affirm the centrality of the Black Agenda and the United Front of independent Black leadership".


Richard 'Dick' Gephardt (Democratic), 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 6 / 1

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


Albert 'Al' Gore (Democratic), 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 6 / 1

Extent: 12 items

Scope and Content:
  • ten leaflets
  • two stickers: "Al Gore President 88"

Jim Griffin (American Independent), 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 6 / 1

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • leaflet
  • sticker: "Jim Griffin for President. Chuck Morsa for Vice President 88. Vote American Independent Party"

Larry Holmes (Workers World), 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 6 / 2

Extent: 7 items

Scope and Content:

Letter from the Workers World Party enclosing the following campaign materials:

  • flyer advertising a public meeting on "The soviet reforms and their impact on the world struggle between imperialism and the socialist countries", New York City, 3 Dec.
  • four leaflets including "Jobs, equality, socialism, not war!"
  • newspaper cutting (article) from Workers World, Oct.

Jesse Jackson (Democratic), 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 6 / 2

Extent: 6 items

Scope and Content:
  • "vote Jackson" flyer
  • five leaflets including "Jewish Americans for Jackson want you to know where Jesse Jackson stands on the issues" (New Yorkers for Jesse Jackson 88)

Jack Kemp (Republican), 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 6 / 2

Extent: 9 items

Scope and Content:
  • three stickers: "Jack Kemp for President" and "Kemp President 88"
  • five leaflets
  • newsletter: Kemp Campaign Update, 1(3)

Willa Kenoyer (Socialist U.S.A.), 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 6 / 2

Extent: 11 items

Scope and Content:

Envelope containing:

  • contribution card and reply envelope
  • order form for Kenoyer-Ehrenreich campaign materials
  • seven leaflets and pamphlets including:
    • "For a livable future: highlights of the Kenoyer-Ehrenreich 1988 presidential platform"
    • "Socialism as radical democracy: the principles of the Socialist Party U.S.A."
    • "What's the difference?" (differences between the Socialist, Socialist Labour and Socialist Worker's Parties)
    • "The call for peace" (Peace Work Group of the Socialist Party U.S.A.)
  • newspaper cutting (article) from The Socialist, Oct.

(Ron Ehrenreich, candidate for Vice President)


Lyndon LaRouche (Democratic), 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 6 / 2

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet: "The LaRouche indictment: a Dukakis pre-election dirty trick".


Oliver North (Republican), 1987-8
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 6 / 2

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Sticker: "Ollie North for President".


Ronald 'Ron' Paul (Libertarian), 1987-8
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 6 / 2

Extent: 6 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "Ron Paul. Libertarian for President"
  • pamphlet about Paul by Murray N. Rothbard
  • leaflet
  • self-government compass ("the worlds smallest political quiz") produced by Advocates for Self-Government
  • newsletter: On the Freedom Trail, 7, July 1987
  • newspaper cutting (political advertisement)

Pat Robertson (Republican), 1986-8
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 6 / 2

Extent: 12 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "Robertson President"
  • press release: "Pat Robertson speaks out for the rights of the unborn", 23 Apr. 1987
  • nine leaflets including "A new vision for America" (Robertson's announcement of candidacy speech, Washington, D.C., 17 Sept. 1986)
  • "vote Robertson" flyer

A.1.16   1992 Election, 1992


Larry Agran (Democratic), 1991-2
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 6 / 3

Extent: 8 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "Larry Agran 92. Democrat for President"
  • three leaflets including "The new American security" (Agran's announcement of candidacy speech, California, 22 Aug. 1991)
  • four newspaper cuttings (articles) from the Boston Sunday Globe, New York Times and Washington Post

J. Quinn Brisben (Socialist U.S.A.), 1992
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 6 / 3

Extent: 11 items

Scope and Content:

Letter from Brisben enclosing the following campaign materials:

  • sticker: "Brisben Edwards. Vote Socialist" (with image of a rose)
  • seven leaflets including:
    • "This land is your land" (highlights from the platform of the Socialist U.S.A. Party)
    • "Socialism as radical democracy: the principles of the Socialist Party U.S.A."
  • two newspaper cuttings (articles) from The Socialist, Jan.-May

(Bill Edwards, candidate for Vice President, died during the campaign and was replaced by Barbara Garson).


Edmund Gerald 'Jerry' Brown (Democratic), 1991-2
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 6 / 3

Extent: 7 items

Scope and Content:

Circular letter from Brisben to "Fellow Citizens" enclosing the following campaign materials:

  • contribution / volunteer card
  • four leaflets including:
    • Brown's announcement of candidacy speech, Pennsylvania, 21 Oct. 1991
    • "Jerry Brown: a sledgehammer among shadowboxers, he hopes to scare the Washington establishment" (reprint of an article from U.S.A. Today)
  • newsletter: Brown, 1(1)

Pat Buchanan (Republican), 1991-2
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 6 / 3

Extent: 5 items

Scope and Content:

Circular letter from the Buchanan for President Campaign enclosing the following campaign materials:

  • sticker: "Buchanan for President"
  • two leaflets
  • newspaper cutting (article): "Why I am running for President" (Buchanan's announcement of candidacy speech, New Hampshire, 10 Dec. 1991)

George H. W. Bush (Republican), 1992
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 6 / 3

Extent: 10 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "Bush-Quayle 92"
  • three postcards:
    • Dan Quayle light switch cover
    • Bush and Quayle families at the Republican National Convention
    • "send a message to the rest of the nation: Rhode Island stands united behind President Bush"
  • two leaflets
  • pamphlet: "America's growth agenda"
  • order forms for Bush campaign material

(Dan Quayle, candidate for Vice President)


William 'Bill' Clinton (Democratic), 1992
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 6 / 4

Extent: 1 file

Scope and Content:
  • three stickers including "Clinton-Gore Rapid Response Team"
  • two circular letters from Clinton
  • contribution card
  • Americans for Change pledge/volunteer card
  • flyer advertising "come and meet" Al Gore event in Maryland, 29 Oct.
  • seven leaflets
  • pamphlet about Clinton produced by the United States Information Agency, Nov.
  • official inauguration guide book

(Al Gore, candidate for Vice President)


Lenora Fulani (New Alliance), 1992
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 7 / 1

Extent: 5 items

Scope and Content:

Circular letter from the Lenora B. Fulani for President Campaign enclosing the following campaign materials:

  • booklet about Fulani: "When democracy is on the job, America works"
  • newspaper: The National Alliance, 13(27), 9 July (contains Fulani's convention guide for "Democrats of an independent mind")
  • two newspaper cuttings (articles) from the Philadelphia Inquirer Daily Magazine and the Richmond Afro-American, Apr.-June

James 'Bo' Gritz (Populist), 1992
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 7 / 1

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


John Hagelin (Natural Law), 1992
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 7 / 1

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:
  • open letter from Hagelin to Bush, Clinton, and Perot discussing the third party presidential debate between Hagelin and Howard Phillips
  • flyer advertising the above debate, to be held at Michigan State University, 18 Oct.
  • leaflet

Helen Halyard (Workers League), 1992
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 7 / 1

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Platform of the Workers League Party, with image of Hayward and Fred Mazelis on the front cover.

( Fred Mazelis, candidate for Vice President).


Tom Harkin (Democratic), 1992
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 7 / 1

Extent: 5 items

Scope and Content:
  • circular letter from Harkin to "Dear Fellow American"
  • Harkin Team contribution / membership form
  • three leaflets including a reprint of a newspaper article about Harkin

Bob Kerrey (Democratic), 1992
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 7 / 1

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


Tom Laughlin (Democratic), 1992
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 7 / 1

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Pamphlet: "Tom Laughlin's platform".


Andre Marrou (Libertarian), 1992
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 7 / 1

Extent: 8 items

Scope and Content:
  • seven leaflets about the Libertarian Party
  • membership card / information request form

Ross Perot (Independent), 1992
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 7 / 2

Extent: 7 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "Vote Perot in 92"
  • six leaflets including a reprint of Perot's Op-Ed from the New York Times

Howard Phillips (U.S. Taxpayers), 1991-2
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 7 / 2

Extent: 9 items

Scope and Content:
  • five stickers including:
    • "Howard Phillips should be President. U.S. Taxpayers Party"
    • "Howard Phillips for President 92. American Independent Party"
    • "Vote Tisch Party. Phillips for President. Tisch for Vice President"
    • "Stop immigration - keep standard of living"
  • two circular letters from Phillips
  • leaflet
  • booklet: "Reconstructing the Republic" (Phillips' address to Bob Jones University, Greenville, South Carolina, 3 Dec. 1991)

(Bob Tisch, candidate for Vice President)


Paul Tsongas (Democratic), 1991-2
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 7 / 2

Extent: 4 items

Scope and Content:
  • circular letter from Tsongas, including a message of support from his wife
  • leaflet
  • paper by Tsongas: "A call to economic arms: forging a new American mandate"
  • guest pass to a candidacy announcement day event, Massachusetts, 30 Apr. 1991

James Warren (Socialist Workers), 1992
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 7 / 2

Extent: 6 items

Scope and Content:

Circular letter from the Socialist Workers 1992 Campaign Committee enclosing the following campaign materials:

  • contribution / volunteer card ("endorser card")
  • leaflet
  • two newspaper cuttings (articles) from The Militant
  • leaflet and newspaper cutting (political advertisement) regarding membership of "Youth for Warren and DeBates"

(Estelle DeBates, candidate for Vice President)

A.1.17   1996 Election, 1996


Lamar Alexander (Republican), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 7 / 3

Extent: 6 items

Scope and Content:
  • four press releases including:
    • "Alexander calls on media to end valentine coverage of Steve Forbes", 3 Feb.
    • "Gospel great [Al Brumley Jr.] to accompany Alexander in Sioux City", 5 Feb.
  • leaflet
  • newspaper cutting (article) from the Boston Globe

Pat Buchanan (Republican), 1995-6
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 7 / 3

Extent: 10 items

Scope and Content:
  • three stickers including: "Go Pat Go! Buchanan for President"
  • circular letter from Buchanan's sister, Angela, to "Dear Friend of Life" (discussing abortion)
  • donor / contribution card
  • press release: "Buchanan reveals flat tax plan", 20 July 1995
  • three leaflets
  • newspaper cutting (article), newspaper unknown

William 'Bill' Clinton (Democratic), 1995-6
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 7 / 3

Extent: 13 items

Scope and Content:
  • five stickers including "Maryland for Clinton-Gore"
  • five tickets / invitations to events in Iowa, Florida and Virginia, Feb.-Oct. 1996
  • two leaflets including "The Clinton economic plan: putting our economy back on track"
  • 1995 commemorative presidential print of the White House, from Clinton and the Democratic National Committee

(Al Gore, candidate for Vice President)


A. Peter Crane (Independent Party of Utah), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 7 / 3

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:
  • platform of the Independent Party of Utah
  • list of the Party's candidates
  • newsletter: The Independent Party of Utah, 1(2), Sept.

Robert 'Bob' Dole (Republican), 1995-6
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 7 / 4

Extent: 1 file

Scope and Content:
  • four stickers including "Dole-Kemp"
  • contribution / volunteer card
  • pamphlet: "Bob Dole's conservative agenda for America"
  • booklet: "Bob Dole: A vision for America" (collected speeches, Jan.-Oct. 1995)
  • seventeen leaflets
  • five press releases including:
    • "Congressman J. C. Watts to visit Atlanta", 3 Feb. 1996
    • "Karol King demands that Forbes explain his opposition to ethanol", 5 Feb. 1996
    • "The truth about Forbes' massive misleading negative ad blitz", 5 Feb. 1996
  • flyer advertising campaign rally in Iowa, 10 Feb. 1996
  • newspaper cutting (article) from the Wall Street Journal, Sept. 1996

(Jack Kemp, candidate for Vice President).


Robert 'Bob' Dornan (Republican), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 7 / 5

Extent: 4 items

Scope and Content:

Envelope containing:

  • sticker: "Dornan for President. Faith. Family. Freedom"
  • two leaflets

Steve Forbes (Republican), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 7 / 5

Extent: 18 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "Forbes for President"
  • contribution / volunteer card
  • thirteen leaflets including information about the Iowa Caucus
  • three press releases including "Forbes challenges Dole to flat tax debate tomorrow", 5 Feb.

Phil Gramm (Republican), 1995-6
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 7 / 5

Extent: 14 items

Scope and Content:

Circular letter from the Phil Gramm for President Campaign enclosing the following campaign materials:

  • sticker: "Gramm [for] President"
  • two applications to join the Gramm Steering Committee
  • ten leaflets

John Hagelin (Natural Law), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 8 / 1

Extent: 8 items

Scope and Content:

Compliment card enclosing following campaign materials:

  • circular letter from the Chairman of the Natural Law Party to "Dear Friend of the Natural Law Party"
  • contribution card
  • order form for Hagelin campaign materials
  • platform of the Natural Law Party (draft version)
  • newspaper supplement from U.S.A. Today, 23 Aug., containing articles about Natural Law Party candidates
  • two newspaper cuttings (articles) from the Boston Globe and U.S.A. Today, Sept.-Oct.

James Harris (Socialist Workers), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 8 / 1

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


Jack Kemp (Republican), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 8 / 2

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Sticker: "Empower America in 1996: Kemp for President".


Alan Keyes (Republican), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 8 / 2

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


Lyndon LaRouche (Democratic), 1995-6
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 8 / 2

Extent: 4 items

Scope and Content:

Two pamphlets paid for by the Committee to Reverse the Accelerating Global Economic and Strategic Crisis (a LaRouche Exploratory Committee):

  • "Summary of relevant evidence on the record demonstrating the innocence of Lyndon LaRouche and co-defendants, July 1995"
  • "Impeach Governor Ridge for nazi crimes against humanity"

Two pamphlets published by The New Federalist:

  • "Phil Gramm's contract on America is out to get you! How the conservative revolution crowd plans to destroy America", June 1995
  • "The coming disintegration of the financial markets", June 1995

Dick Lugar (Republican), 1995-6
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 8 / 2

Extent: 11 items

Scope and Content:
  • two stickers: "Lugar for President"
  • contribution / pledge card
  • five leaflets including:
    • text of Lugar's candidacy announcement speech, Indiana, 19 Apr. 1995
    • "Gambling with America's values" (Lugar's speech to the Christian Coalition, Washington, D.C., 9 Sept. 1995)
  • three newspaper cuttings (articles) from the Chicago Sun-Times, Time and U.S.A. Today

Monica Moorehead (Workers World), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 8 / 2

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


Dennis Peron (Grassroots), 1995-6
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 8 / 2

Extent: 13 items

Scope and Content:
  • two stickers:
    • "Free or drug free: America can't be both!"
    • "U.S. voter" (with image of marijuana leaf)
  • ten leaflets including:
    • "Medicinal marijuana briefing paper 1996" (Grassroots Party of Minnesota)
    • "The compassionate use act of 1996" (Californians for Compassionate Use)
    • "Who's on drugs?" (Families Against Mandatory Minimums Foundation)
    • "True or false? Factual information about jury service" (The Fully Informed Jury Association)
    • "The Grassroots Party of Minnesota"
  • paper by Lynn Zimmer and John Morgan: "Exposing marijuana myths: an objective review of the scientific literature", July 1995

Ross Perot (Reform), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 8 / 2

Extent: 6 items

Scope and Content:
  • two stickers: "Perot" and "Perot-Choate 96. Vote your conscience"
  • two leaflets including the "Principles of the Reform Party"
  • two flyers about Perot events being held in Massachusetts, Oct.-Nov.

Howard Phillips (U.S. Taxpayers), 1995-6
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 8 / 3

Extent: 1 file

Scope and Content:
  • two stickers:
    • "Howard Phillips should be President. U.S. Taxpayers Party"
    • "U.S. Taxpayers Party: 1-800-2-VETO-IRS"
  • photograph of Phillips
  • postcard for supporters to send to their friends to encourage them to vote for Phillips
  • thirteen leaflets and pamphlets including:
    • "Key 1996 issues for the U.S. Taxpayers Party"
    • "The wheels of the bus" by Peg Luksik (discussing abortion)
    • "Champion for life" (discussing abortion)
    • "Guardian of liberty" (discussing crime and guns)
    • "Restoring American Independence"
    • "Defender of parental control in education"
    • platform of the U.S. Taxpayers Party (excerpts from preamble and each article)
    • text of Phillips' keynote address at the National Affairs Briefing, Memphis, Tennessee, 19 Jan. 1996
    • "The real Bob Dole: pro-life? pro-abortion? conservative? liberal? or just plain confused?" (anti-Dole and Clinton)
  • report by Policy Analysis Incorporated: "An overview of [Bob Dole's] voting record and positions on the issues", 2 Aug. 1996 (includes excerpts from The Howard Phillips Issues and Strategy Bulletin)
  • newsletter: The Howard Phillips Issues and Strategy Bulletin, 31 Aug. 1996
  • three press releases including:
    • "pro-life leader Judie Brown endorses Howard Phillips for President", 27 Sept. 1996
    • comparison of the U.S. Taxpayers, Republican and Democratic Parties on key issues (undated)
  • two newspaper cuttings (articles) from Record and Insight, Sept. 1995-Aug. 1996

Arlen Specter (Republican), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 8 / 4

Extent: 8 items

Scope and Content:

Circular letter from Specter enclosing the following campaign materials:

  • sticker: "Arlen Specter 96"
  • contribution card
  • five leaflets

Morry Taylor (Republican), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 8 / 4

Extent: 8 items

Scope and Content:
  • two stickers
  • contribution / volunteer card
  • pamphlet: "7 reasons to consider Morry Taylor for President"
  • leaflet
  • press release: "Morry Taylor to pick $5,000 winner in Ottumwa tomorrow", 5 Feb.

Jerry White (Socialist Equality), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 8 / 4

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Pamphlet: "An appeal to all working people: vote Socialist Equality Party in the 1996 elections".

A.1.18   2000 Election, 2000


Gary Bauer (Republican), 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 8 / 5

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Postcard.


Bill Bradley (Democratic), 1999-2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 8 / 5

Extent: 20 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "www.billbradley.com"
  • contribution / volunteer card
  • ticket to a fund-raising event, Madison Square Garden, 14 Nov. 1999
  • postcard with image of Bradley
  • pamphlet: "Bill Bradley for President. It can happen"
  • twelve leaflets including "America in the new millennium" (speech by Bradley, Manchester, New Hampshire, 3 Jan. 2000)
  • information about canvassing for Bradley (Bradley Community Involvement Program)
  • order form for Bradley campaign materials
  • newspaper cutting (article) from the Boston Globe

George W. Bush (Republican), 1999-2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 8 / 5

Extent: 12 items

Scope and Content:
  • two stickers:
    • "Reason for freez'n. George W. Bush"
    • "Veterans for Bush-Cheney"
  • circular Christmas card from the Bush family, 1999
  • circular letter of support from Bush's mother, Barbara
  • two invitations to events in Iowa, Jan. 2000
  • two booklets:
    • "Real plans for real people: blueprint for the middle class"
    • "Ending the education recession: Governor George W. Bush's plan to renew the promise of America's public schools"
  • four leaflets including:
    • "On issues important to seniors, why does Al Gore say one thing when the truth is another?" (Republican Party of New Mexico/Victory 2000)
    • anti-Bush/Cheney leaflets produced by the National Abortion Rights Action League

(Dick Cheney, candidate for Vice President)


Steve Forbes (Republican), 1998-2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 9 / 1

Extent: 9 items

Scope and Content:
  • two stickers
  • two flyers advertising Forbes events in Iowa
  • contribution / volunteer card
  • circular Christmas card from the Forbes family
  • three leaflets and pamphlet including:
    • reprint of an article from the Union Leader, Jan. 2000
    • "The Forbes new economy plan"

Al Gore (Democratic), 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 9 / 1

Extent: 20 items

Scope and Content:
  • four stickers including: "A vote for Nader is a vote for Bush!"
  • ticket to an event in Somersworth, New Hampshire, 30 Jan.
  • flyer advertising a meeting in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 21 Oct.
  • circular letter of support from William and Anne Constant Ewing, Pennsylvania, to "Dear Neighbors in Mt. Airy"
  • thirteen leaflets including endorsements from the:
    • American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations
    • National Abortion Rights Action League
    • Sierra Club

John Hagelin (Natural Law Party-Reform Party), 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 9 / 1

Extent: 6 items

Scope and Content:
  • two stickers:
    • "Hagelin-Goldhaber: anything's possible"
    • "Hagelin for President: a reason to vote"
  • leaflet: "An introduction to the Natural Law Party"
  • three pamphlets:
    • "Leadership for the new millennium"
    • "Hagelin-Goldhaber: anything's possible"
    • "A message to students for the 2000 election" (excerpts from Robert Roth's A Reason to Vote)

(Nat Goldhaber, candidate for Vice President)


Alan Keyes (Republican), 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 9 / 1

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


Lyndon LaRouche (Democratic), 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 9 / 1

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet: "Stop Wall Street's election rigging: vote for Lyndon LaRouche to change the way things are".


John McCain (Republican), 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 9 / 1

Extent: 6 items

Scope and Content:

Circular letter from Team McCain 2000 enclosing the following campaign materials:

  • two stickers: "McCain" and "Independents for McCain"
  • contribution / volunteer form
  • two leaflets

David McReynolds (Socialist U.S.A.), 1999-2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 9 / 1

Extent: 13 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "David McReynolds. Mary Cal Hollis. Socialist Party U.S.A.. Jobs, Peace and Freedom"
  • two leaflets including a reprint of an interview with McReynolds from the Progressive, Feb.
  • platform of the Socialist U.S.A. Party
  • nine newspaper cuttings (articles) from the Nonviolent Activist, Oregon Daily Emerald, Villager, Capital Times, Corpus Christi Caller Times and Laredo Morning Times, Mar. 1999-Sept. 2000

(Mary Cal Hollis, candidate for Vice President)


Ralph Nader (Green), 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 9 / 1

Extent: 7 items

Scope and Content:
  • circular letter from Nader (mainly discussing the economy)
  • circular letter from the Nader for President Campaign Manager
  • contribution card
  • sticker: "Nader-LaDuke. There can be no daily democracy without daily citizenship. Vote Green in 2000"
  • two leaflets including "Nebraskans. Make your vote count this year. Vote Nader!" [Nebraskan Green Party]
  • flyer advertising Nader event in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 28 Oct.

(Winona LaDuke, candidate for Vice President)


Howard Phillips (Constitution), 1999-2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 9 / 1

Extent: 18 items

Scope and Content:

Circular letter from Phillips enclosing the following campaign materials:

  • sticker: "Phillips for President. Restore the Republic"
  • photograph of Phillips
  • four leaflets including Phillips's remarks on accepting the presidential nomination, 4 Sept. 1999
  • three newsletters:
    • The Constitution Party, 1(3), May 2000
    • The McAlvany Intelligence Advisor, Aug. 2000
    • The Howard Phillips Issues and Strategy Bulletin, 15 Nov. 2000
  • eight newspaper cuttings (articles) from the Eye on Bureaucracy, (Kentucky) Courier-Journal, New York Times, Paducah Sun, Spotlight, Wall Street Journal and Washington Times, Jan.-Nov. 2000

A.1.19   2004 Election, 2004


George W. Bush (Republican), 2004
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 9 / 2

Extent: 1 file

Scope and Content:
  • three stickers:
    • "Veterans for Bush-Cheney"
    • "Be patriotic: vote Bush out!"
    • "Join the MOB. Mothers Opposing Bush"
  • two circular letters about joining the Bush-Cheney 04 Team as a charter member, with contribution cards and a photograph of George and Laura Bush
  • eight pro-Bush leaflets including:
    • "Why do Marylanders trust [Bush] when it comes to important issues?" (Maryland Republican Party)
    • "Fighting for the issues and protecting values we care about!" (Republican Party of Minnesota)
    • "[Bush's] plan: save healthcare for all Pennsylvanians" (Republican Federal Committee of Pennsylvania)
    • "[Bush] shares our values. John Kerry: his values are not mainstream" (Republican Party of Wisconsin)
  • eleven anti-Bush leaflets and a pamphlet, including:
    • "The cost of war" (Pennsylvania Democratic State Committee)
    • "George Bush's failed policies in Iraq are enough to make anyone scream" (America Coming Together: Minnesota)
    • "Can seniors risk more of Bush's policies?" (America Coming Together: Wisconsin)
    • "Virginia, tell him you've had enough" (Democratic Party of Virginia)
    • "Why we must not re-elect President Bush" (George Soros)
    • "The bubble of American supremacy: the war in Iraq and the 2004 election" (remarks by George Soros to the National Press Club, 28 Sept.)
  • press release: "George Soros on tour to challenge Bush on Iraq war, foreign policy", Oct.
  • flyer advertising an anti-Bush rally on the eve of the Republican National Convention, New York City, 29 Aug. (United for Peace)

(Dick Cheney, candidate for Vice President)


Roger Calero (Socialist Workers), 2004
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 9 / 3

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


James 'Jimmy' Carter, 2004
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 9 / 3

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Sticker: "Re-elect President Carter 2004".


Wesley Clark (Democratic), 2004
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 9 / 3

Extent: 13 items

Scope and Content:
  • circular letter and business card from the Clark for President Campaign
  • ten leaflets
  • flyer advertising a Clark event in New Hampshire, 23 Jan.

David Cobb (Green), 2004
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 9 / 3

Extent: 7 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "Cobb-LaMarche. Vote green for peace"
  • five leaflets including a reprint of an article from the Boston Globe, 14 Oct.
  • press release: "One presidential candidate campaigns in Massachusetts", 26 Oct.

(Pat LaMarche, candidate for Vice President)


Howard Dean (Democratic), 2004
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 9 / 4

Extent: 40 items

Scope and Content:
  • two business cards
  • three stickers: "Howard Dean for America"
  • circular letter from Dean
  • two door hangers (voting reminders)
  • circular Christmas card from Dean (photocopy)
  • nineteen leaflets and postcards (some photocopies)
  • newsletter: Dean Times, 1(2), Jan.
  • information for Dean campaign volunteers (phone script and sign up sheet for volunteering)
  • five flyers advertising Dean events (some photocopies)
  • two newspaper cuttings (articles) from the Boston Sunday Globe and Newsweek
  • newspaper cutting (political advertisement) with message of support from New Hampshire Women for Dean
  • newspaper cutting (cartoon) anti-Kerry

John Edwards (Democratic), 2004
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 9 / 4

Extent: 9 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "John Edwards President"
  • six leaflets
  • two booklets:
    • "Senator John Edwards: policy addresses"
    • "Real solutions for America: America works best when it works for all of us"

John Kerry (Democratic), 2004
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 10 / 1

Extent: 1 file

Scope and Content:
  • photograph of Kerry and Edwards
  • thirteen stickers including:
    • "Dated Dean, married Kerry"
    • "Kerry-Edwards: a stronger America"
    • "African Americans for Kerry-Edwards"
    • "Students for Kerry-Edwards"
    • "Red Sox fan for Kerry-Edwards"
    • "New England carpenters for Kerry" (United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America)
    • "Vietnam vets for Kerry"
    • "Veterans for Kerry"
    • "Maryland for Kerry-Edwards
    • "Yo Voté / I Voted"
  • postcard and door hanger (voting reminders)
  • twenty leaflets including:
    • "Our plan for America: stronger at home, respected in the world" (New Hampshire Democratic Party)
    • "Your vote counts….you have the power…make a difference!" (Pennsylvanian Democratic Party)
    • "John Kerry will defend Wisconsin" (Democratic Party of Wisconsin)
    • "Workplace prejudice is legal in 36 states" (Human Rights Campaign)
  • three flyers advertising Kerry-Edwards rallies in North Carolina and New Hampshire, Jul.-Oct.
  • four newspaper cuttings (articles) from the Boston Globe, Boston Sunday Globe and Charleston Gazette, June-Oct.

(John Edwards, candidate for Vice President)


Dennis Kucinich (Democratic), 2004
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 10 / 2

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


Lyndon LaRouche (Democratic), 2004
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 10 / 2

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Booklet by LaRouche: "A real Democratic platform".


Joseph 'Joe' Lieberman (Democratic), 2004
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 10 / 2

Extent: 5 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker
  • four leaflets

A.1.20   2008 Election, 2008


Hillary Clinton (Democratic), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 10 / 2

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:
  • circular letter from Clinton
  • two leaflets

Rudolph 'Rudy' Giuliani (Republican), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 10 / 2

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "Rudy"
  • help / volunteer card

John McCain (Republican), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 10 / 2

Extent: 20 items

Scope and Content:
  • two circular letters from McCain
  • two contribution cards
  • three stickers including "McCain-Palin"
  • door hanger
  • help / volunteer card
  • seven pro-McCain leaflets including:
    • "Your Republican leadership team is ready to go to work for you" (Missouri candidates)
    • "Obama is that oddest of all creatures: a leader who's never led" (Republican Party of Virginia)
  • one anti-McCain (and Norm Coleman) leaflet: "The future of rural Minnesota is at state" (League of Rural Voters)
  • three notices / flyers:
    • "John McCain. Battle Tested"
    • "Country First"
    • "Drill Baby Drill"

(Sarah Palin, candidate for Vice President)


Cynthia McKinney (Green), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 10 / 2

Extent: 5 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker
  • four newspaper cuttings (articles) from Green Pages, Spring

Barack Obama (Democratic), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 10 / 3

Extent: 1 file

Scope and Content:
  • circular letters / postcard from Obama
  • circular letter from Michelle Obama
  • circular letters from the Obama Campaign
  • circular "thank you" postcard from the Obamas following election victory
  • circular letter from Joe Biden enclosing photograph with Obama (on the night Obama accepted the Democratic presidential nomination)
  • postcard with image of Obama-Biden
  • contribution / volunteer cards
  • flyer advertising Obama rally in New Mexico, 27 Sept.
  • eight door hangers ("vote Democratic")
  • twenty five stickers including:
    • "Rednecks for Obama: Workin' for the man who'll do more for the workin' man"
    • "Another Hillary voter for Obama-Biden"
    • "Union Pipe Trades support Obama-Biden" (Union of Pipefitters, Service techs, steamfitters, sprinkler fitters, plumbers)
    • "Vote Obama Shaheen Shea-Porter Nov. 4" (New Hampshire candidates Jeanne Shaheen and Carol Shea-Porter)
    • "Teamsters for change" (International Brotherhood of Teamsters)
    • "No McBush"
    • "Endless war" (with "less" crossed through)
    • "Yes we can"
    • "Yes we did. Together we made history. Nov 4th 2008"
  • twenty two stickers with "voteforchange.com" web address, including:
    • "Get everything you need to register and vote"
    • "Don't get mad. Get registered"
    • "I registered because the economy stinks"
    • "I'm voting because I'm tired of oil running our country"
    • "I registered because my generation is this country's future"
    • "I registered because the future won't run on oil"
    • "I'm voting because I refuse to be a bystander"
    • "I'm voting because I make two gallons of gas an hour"
  • forty pro-Obama leaflets including:
    • "Change we can believe in…Virginia for Obama" (Obama for America)
    • "A commitment to invest in rural America" (Missouri Democratic Party)
    • "A vision for Native Americans" (Democratic Party of New Mexico)
    • "His story is our story: an American story" (Pennsylvania Democratic Party)
    • "Barack Obama's new energy plan" (Democratic Party of Virginia)
    • "Vote Democratic from Barack Obama for President to Jeffrey Dinowitz for Assembly" (Benjamin Franklin Reform Democratic Club)
    • "Official working America election guide" (Working America)
    • "Who best understands the health care challenges of rural Minnesotans?" (League of Rural Voters)
  • eleven anti-Obama leaflets including:
    • "A crisis demands experience. Does Obama have what it takes to lead America?" (Missouri Republican State Committee)
    • "How do Barack Obama's plans impact your retirement?" (Republican Party of Wisconsin)
    • "Our right to own a gun is under attack" (Republican Party of Wisconsin)
    • "Barack Obama: enemy of your gun rights. Joe Biden: veteran anti-gun senator" (National Rifle Association Political Victory Fund)
  • comic: The Amazing Spiderman, 583, Jan. 2009. Marvel: third printing Obama variant. Includes story "Spidey meets the President"
  • inauguration booklet: "Barack Obama: 44th President of the United States"

(Joe Biden, candidate for Vice President)


Ronald 'Ron' Paul (Republican), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 10 / 4

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "Ron Paul. Hope for America"
  • leaflet

A.2   Posters, 1964-2008

A.2.1   1964 Election, 1964


Lyndon B. Johnson (Democratic), 1964
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 44

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Posters labelled:

  • "LBJ for the U.S.A.". With drawing of Johnson. Plastic, colour. 460mm x 620mm
  • "Johnson-Humphrey for the U.S.A.". With image of them. Paper, colour. 520mm x 730mm

(Hubert Humphrey, candidate for Vice President)

A.2.2   1976 Election, 1976


James 'Jimmy' Carter (Democratic), 1976
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 44

Extent: 4 items

Scope and Content:

Posters labelled:

  • "Hello! My name is Jimmy Carter. I'm running for President". With image of him. Card, black and white. 280mm x 440mm
  • "A new vision for America. Jimmy Carter for President". With drawings of him. Paper, colour. 610mm x 920mm
  • "Jimmy Carter - Walter Mondale. Leaders, for a change. Vote Democratic". With image of them. Card, colour. 330mm x 540mm
  • "Partners in victory. Carter-Mondale Connecticut Committee". With image of Carter and [Governor Ella T. Grasso]. Card, colour. 460mm x 690mm

(Walter Mondale, candidate for Vice President)


Gerald Ford (Democratic), 1976
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 44

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Posters labelled:

  • "He's making us proud again". With image of Ford and his wife. Paper, colour. 760mm x 1260mm
  • "Ford-Dole neighborhood headquarters". Card, colour. 550mm x 420mm

(Bob Dole, candidate for Vice President)

A.2.3   1980 Election, 1980


John Anderson (Independent), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 44

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Posters labelled:

  • "Anderson for President". With image of him. Paper, colour. 460mm x 690mm
  • "Anderson-Lucey. A vote you can be proud of". With image of them. Card, black and white. 560mm x 360mm

(Patrick Lucey, candidate for Vice President)


James 'Jimmy' Carter (Democratic), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 44

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:

Posters labelled:

  • "Re-elect President Carter". With image of him. Card, colour. 330mm x 510mm
  • "Re-elect Carter Mondale. A tested and trustworthy team". With image of them. Two styles. Both card, colour, 310mm x 490mm
  • "Re-elect President Carter and Vice President Mondale". With image of them. Paper, colour. 1900 x 1010mm

(Walter Mondale, candidate for Vice President)


Edward 'Ted' Kennedy (Democratic), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 44

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:

Posters labelled:

  • "Vote for Kennedy and the Kennedy delegates. May 6th". With image of Kennedy. Card, colour. 280mm x 430mm
  • "Kennedy 80". With drawing of him. Paper, colour. 560mm x 340mm
  • "Kennedy for President". With image of him. Paper, colour. 460mm x 610mm

David McReynolds (Socialist U.S.A.), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 44

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Poster labelled: "Jobs, peace, freedom. Vote socialist. McReynolds and Drufenbrock. Socialist Party 1980". With image of the head of the statue of liberty. Paper, colour. 430mm x 560mm.

(Diane Drufenbrock, candidate for Vice President)


Ronald Reagan (Republican), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 44

Extent: 4 items

Scope and Content:

Posters labelled:

  • "The time is now. Reagan". With image of him. Paper, colour. 460mm x 610mm
  • "The time is now". With image of Reagan and Bush. Paper, colour. 610mm x 460mm
  • "Reagan for President". With image of him. Paper, colour. 610mm x 920mm
  • "Americans for Reagan. Home headquarters". With image of him. Paper, colour. 410mm x 540mm

(George Bush, candidate for Vice President)

A.2.4   1984 Election, 1984


Gary Hart (Democratic), 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 44

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:

Posters labelled:

  • "Gary Hart for President". With image of him. Card, colour. 360mm x 580mm
  • "Hart". Card, colour. 430mm x 840mm
  • "Elect ability. Hart". Card, colour. 570mm x 390mm

Jesse Jackson (Democratic), 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 44

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Posters labelled:

  • "Vote Jesse Jackson. Democratic primary Tuesday, May 8". With image of him. Card, colour. 280mm x 430mm
  • "Jackson 84". With the words "Help us stop Reagan" handwritten on the reverse and rainbow stickers down the side. Card, colour. 560mm x 360mm

Mel Mason (Socialist Workers), 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 44

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Poster labelled: "Support the socialist campaign. The Socialist Workers Party candidates: Mel Mason for President. Andrea Gonzalez for Vice President. With image of Mason and Gonzalez. Paper, colour. 360mm x 490mm.


Walter Mondale (Democratic), 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 44

Extent: 5 items

Scope and Content:

Posters labelled:

  • "Mondale Ferraro". Card, colour. 430mm x 270mm
  • "SEIU for Mondale Ferraro" (Service Employees International Union). Card, colour. 610mm x 760mm
  • "See and welcome Walter Mondale", Boston, Massachusetts, 2 Nov.. With image of him. Card, black and white. 450mm x 590mm
  • "Meet and welcome the next Vice President Geraldine Ferraro", Boston, Massachusetts, 26 Sept. With image of her. Card, black and white. 490mm x 650mm
  • "Nuclear freeze for Mondale-Ferraro". Card, colour. 360mm x 560mm. Handmade poster. Words "Mondale-Ferraro" have been added later, poster originally read "Nuclear freeze for Kerry for U.S. Senate"

Ronald Reagan (Republican), 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 44

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:

Posters labelled:

  • "Reagan". Card, colour. 430mm x 140mm. Paid for by the Alabama Republican Party
  • "Reagan-Bush 84. Leadership you can trust!" Two styles. Both card, colour, 760mm x 300mm
  • "Reagan-Bush 84. Bringing America back. Prouder, stronger and better". Card, colour. 410mm x 560mm

(George Bush, candidate for Vice President)

A.2.5   1988 Election, 1988


George H. W. Bush (Republican), 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 44

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Poster labelled: "George Bush President". Card, colour. 560mm x 350mm. Paid for by Victory 88/Georgia.


Michael Dukakis (Democratic), 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 44

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Poster labelled: "We're with the Duke". Card, colour. 710mm x 280mm.


David Duke (Populist), 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 44

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Poster labelled: "Elect David Duke for President. He's the only candidate for President who says out loud what most Americans think. Vote Populist Party for a real change". With image of him. Card, black and white. 360mm x 510mm.


Dick Gephardt (Democratic), 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 44

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Poster labelled: "Dick Gephardt for President". Card, colour. 430mm x 280mm.


Al Gore (Democratic), 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 44

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Poster labelled: "Al Gore 88. President". Paper, colour. 360mm x 410mm.


Larry Holmes (Workers World), 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 44

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Poster labelled: "Vote Workers World Party. People's needs before capitalist greed". With image of Holmes and Gloria LaRiva and list of the Party's demands. Paper, colour. 280mm x 450mm.

(Gloria LaRiva, candidate for Vice President)


Willa Kenoyer (Socialist U.S.A.), 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 44

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Poster labelled: "Human rights. Human needs. Vote socialist". With image of Kenoyer and Ron Ehrenreich. Paper, colour. 280mm x 440mm.

(Ron Ehrenreich, candidate for Vice President)

A.2.6   1992 Election, 1992


William 'Bill' Clinton (Democratic), 1992
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 44

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Poster labelled: "Come meet vice presidential candidate Al Gore", Baltimore, Maryland, 29 Oct. With image of him. Card, colour. 360mm x 510mm. With "Clinton-Gore" logos at bottom of poster. Paid for by Clinton-Gore 92 Committee.


Ross Perot (Independent), 1992
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 44

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Poster labelled: "Perot 92". Card, black and white. 140mm x 430mm.

A.2.7   1996 Election, 1996


Lamar Alexander (Republican), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 44

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Poster labelled: "Lamar!". Card, colour. 560mm x 340mm.

Flag labelled: "Lamar!". Fabric, colour, on wooden stick. Flag: 280mm x 190mm. Stick: 760mm (length).


Pat Buchanan (Republican), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 44

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Poster labelled: "Buchanan for President". Card, colour. 560mm x 360mm.


William 'Bill' Clinton (Democratic), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 44

Extent: 6 items

Scope and Content:

Posters labelled:

  • "Clinton". Card, colour. 580mm x 890mm (folded: 190mm x 890mm). From the Democratic National Convention
  • "Gore". Card, colour. 380mm x 890mm (folded: 190mm x 890mm). From the Democratic National Convention
  • "Clinton Gore 96". Card, colour. 560mm x 360mm
  • "Clinton-John Kerry 96". Card, colour. 560mm x 360mm. Paid for by the Massachusetts Democratic Party
  • "Clinton-Kerry-Tolman". Card, colour. 720mm x 360mm. Paid for by the Massachusetts Democratic Party

Flag labelled:

  • "Clinton". Fabric, colour. 760mm x 310mm

(John Kerry, candidate for Vice President. Walter Tolman, candidate for State Senator)


Robert 'Bob' Dole (Republican), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 44

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Posters labelled:

  • "Dole". Card, colour. 360mm x 710mm
  • "Dole for President". Card, colour. 550mm x 330mm

Steve Forbes (Republican), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 44

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Poster labelled: "Forbes for President". Card, colour. 560mm x 360mm.


John Hagelin (Natural Law), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 44

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Poster labelled: "Natural Law Party. Candidates for President and Vice President. Hagelin Tompkins 96". With image of them. Paper, colour. 360mm x 560mm.


Morry Taylor (Republican), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 44

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Poster labelled: "Taylor 96. Republican for President". Card, colour. 510mm x 330mm.

A.2.8   2000 Election, 2000


George W. Bush (Republican), 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 44

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Posters labelled:

  • "Bush-Cheney". Card, colour, 510mm x 340mm. Paid for by the Iowa Victory 2000 Fund
  • "YP4B: Young Professionals for Bush". Card, colour. 480mm x 310mm. Paid for by the Ohio Republican Party

Al Gore (Democratic), 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 44

Extent: 6 items

Scope and Content:

Posters labelled:

  • "Gore 2000". Card, colour. Two styles: 540mm x 330mm and 560mm x 360mm
  • "Gore-Lieberman 2000". Card colour. three styles: 570mm x 350mm, 560mm x 360mm, and 530mm x 350mm
  • "African Americans for Gore Lieberman 2000". Card, colour. 550mm x 340mm. From the Democratic National Convention

(Joe Lieberman, candidate for Vice President)


Ralph Nader (Green), 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 44

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Poster labelled: "Nader-LaDuke 2000". Card, colour. 360mm x 280mm.

(Winona LaDuke, candidate for Vice President)

A.2.9   2004 Election, 2004


George W. Bush (Republican), 2004
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 44

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Poster labelled: "Bush-Cheney 04". Plastic, colour. 660mm x 440mm. Paid for by the Republican Party of Iowa.

(Dick Cheney, candidate for Vice President)


Howard Dean, 2004
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 44

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Posters labelled:

  • "Hope not fear. Vote Dean". Card, colour. 560mm x 360mm
  • "Howard Dean for America". Plastic, colour. 540mm x 370mm

John Kerry, 2004
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 44

Extent: 4 items

Scope and Content:

Posters labelled:

  • "John Kerry President". Card, colour. 560mm x 360mm
  • "Kerry Edwards. A stronger America". Card, colour. 560mm x 360mm
  • "Unidos con Kerry Edwards". Card, colour. 560mm x 360mm
  • "Pro-Kerry. Pro-Edwards. Pro-Choice". Card, colour. 560mm x 360mm. Paid for by NARAL Pro-Choice America

(John Edwards, candidate for Vice President)

A.2.10   2008 Election, 2008


Hillary Clinton (Democratic), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 44

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Poster labelled: "Hillary for President". Card, colour. 550mm x 360mm. Paid for by the Hillary Clinton for President Exploratory Committee.


John McCain (Republican), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 44

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:

Posters labelled:

  • "McCain". Plastic, colour. 660mm x 410mm
  • "McCain-Palin". Plastic, colour. 660mm x 410mm. Paid for by the New Hampshire Republican State Committee
  • "Peace" / "Country First". Card, colour. 440mm x 280mm. From the Republican National Convention

Sarah Palin, candidate for Vice President


Barack Obama (Democratic), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 44

Extent: 15 items

Scope and Content:

Posters labelled:

  • "Obama 08". Card, colour. 430mm x 280mm
  • "Obama for the change we need". Card, colour. 430mm x 280mm. DNC
  • "Believers for Barack". Card, colour. 430mm x 280mm. DNC
  • "Change". Card, colour. 560mm x 360mm. DNC
  • "NEA for Obama 08" (National Education Association). Card, colour. 560mm x 360mm. DNC
  • "Obama-Biden". Plastic, colour. 660mm x 410mm
  • "Hillary". Card, colour. 560mm x 360mm. Paid for by Obama for America. DNC
  • "Kennedy". Card, colour. 560mm x 360mm. Paid for by Obama for America. DNC
  • "Hillary". Card, colour. 200mm x 840mm. Paid for by Obama for America. DNC. Originally stapled to "Unity" poster
  • "Unity". Card, colour. 200mm x 840mm. Paid for by Obama for America. DNC. Originally stapled to "Hillary" poster
  • "McCain. More of the same". Card, colour. 430mm x 280mm. Paid for by Obama for America. DNC

also, five posters with "voteforchange.com" web address:

  • "Vote in Missouri on Nov 4th". With drawing of Obama. Paper, colour. 280mm x 440mm. Paid for by the Missouri Democratic Party
  • "I'm voting because I refuse to be a bystander. Don't get mad. Get registered". Paper, colour. 460mm x 610mm
  • Circular posters. Plastic, colour. four styles, one with an image of Obama and Biden. Diameter of each: 330mm

(DNC, posters are from the Democratic National Convention)

A.3   Audio visual, 1995-2009

A.3.1   1996 Election, 1995-6


Lamar Alexander (Republican), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 49

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Video (VHS): Lamar!


Pat Buchanan (Republican), 1995
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 49

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • video (VHS): Buchanan's commencement speech to students at Christendom College, 13 May
  • video (VHS): Buchanan's speech to the National Federation of Independent Business, 24 Oct.

Robert 'Bob' Dole (Republican), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 49

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Cassette: An American renewal: Bob Dole's agenda for America's future. Features Bob Dole, Elizabeth Dole (Bob Dole's wife), Chuck Crassley (U.S. Senator), Carroll Campbell (Governor), George Pataki (Governor), Jim Edgar (Governor) and Ambassador Jeanne Kirkpatrick (Ambassador).


Dick Lugar (Republican), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 49

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Video (VHS): Dick Lugar. Everything a President should be.


Morry Taylor (Republican), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 49

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Video (VHS): Who is Morry Taylor?

A.3.2   2000 Election, 2000


David McReynolds (Socialist U.S.A.), 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 49

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

CD: Promoting peace and justice. Interview with McReynolds at the independent progressive politics network summit, Madison, Wisconsin, 4 June. Interviewer: Martin Voelker, No-U-Turn Radio host.

A.3.3   2004 Election, 2004


Wesley Clark, 2004
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 49

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

DVD: American Son. Biographical film about Clark.

A.3.4   2008 Election, 2008-9


Ronald 'Ron' Paul, 2008-9
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 49

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

DVD: For liberty. How the Ron Paul revolution watered the withered tree of liberty. DVD following Paul's 2008 campaign.

A.4   Buttons, 1840-2008

A.4.1   1840 Election, 1840


William Henry Harrison (Whig), 1840
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Token. Front shows image of Harrison, his name and date of birth. Reverse shows image of a log cab and the words "The people's choice in the year 1840".

A.4.2   1880 Election, 1880


James A. Garfield (Republican), 1880
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Token. Front shows image of Garfield and his name. Reverse shows image of the White House, a boy on horseback towing a barge on a canal, and the words "Canal boy 1845. President 1881".

A.4.3   1884 Election, 1884


James G. Blaine (Republican), 1884
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Token. Front shows image of Blaine and Logan. Reverse shows shield inscribed with the word "Union" and the words "The Republicans have ruled since 1860 and with Blaine and Logan are good for another term".

(John Logan, candidate for Vice President)

A.4.4   1888 Election, 1888


Benjamin Harrison (Republican), 1888
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Tie pin with head of Harrison.

A.4.5   1896 Election, 1896


William McKinley (Republican), 1896
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • "McKinley and Hobart" button (with image of them)
  • "Protection 96" lapel pin (with image of McKinley)

(Garret Hobart, candidate for Vice President)

A.4.6   1900 Election, 1900


William McKinley (Republican), [1900]
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

"McKinley" button (with image of him).

A.4.7   1904 Election, 1904


Alton Parker (Democratic), 1904
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Alton B. Parker-Henry G. David" (with image of them).

(Henry G. David, candidate for Vice President)


Theodore Roosevelt (Republican), 1904
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Watch fob: "Roosevelt Fairbanks 1904 Washington".

(Charles W. Fairbanks, candidate for Vice President)

A.4.8   1908 Election, 1908


William Jennings Bryan (Democratic), 1908
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

"Bryan League 1908" button (with image of him).


William Howard Taft (Republican), 1908
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

"Wm. H. Taft of Ohio" button (with image of him).

A.4.9   1912 Election, 1912


Theodore Roosevelt (Progressive), 1912
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

"Progressive" button (with image of a bull moose).


William Howard Taft (Republican), 1912
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button with image of Taft.


Woodrow Wilson (Democratic), 1912
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

"Wilson Kennedy Smith DeWitt" button.

A.4.10   1916 Election, 1916


Charles Evans Hughes (Republican), 1916
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

"Hughes" button.

A.4.11   1920 Election, 1920


James M. Cox (Democratic), 1920
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

"Cox" lapel pin in the shape of a cockerel.


Warren G. Harding (Republican), 1920
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:

Three buttons:

  • "For President Warren G. Harding" (with image of him)
  • "Harding and Coolidge" (two styles)

(Calvin Coolidge, candidate for Vice President)

A.4.12   1924 Election, 1924


Calvin Coolidge (Republican), 1924
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • "Coolidge and Dawes" button
  • "Coolidge" lapel pin in the shape of an elephant

(Charles Dawes, candidate for Vice President)


Robert La Follette (Progressive), 1924
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Robert M. La Follette. Burton K. Wheeler" (with image of them).

(Burton Wheeler, candidate for Vice President).

A.4.13   1928 Election, 1928


Herbert Hoover (Republican), 1928
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • "Hoover" tab
  • "Hoover and Curtis" button

(Charles Curtis, candidate for Vice President)


Al Smith (Democratic), 1928
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • "Smith and Robinson" button
  • "Al" lapel pin in the shape of a bowler hat

(Joseph Robinson, candidate for Vice President)

A.4.14   1932 Election, 1932


Franklin D. Roosevelt (Democratic) 1932
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:
  • "A gallant leader. Franklin D. Roosevelt" button (with image of him)
  • "Roosevelt-Garner" lapel pin
  • button with image of rose and quill

(John Garner, candidate for Vice President)

A.4.15   1936 Election, 1936


Alf Landon (Republican), 1936
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:

Three buttons:

  • "Landon" (with image of a sunflower, two styles)
  • "Landon-Knox" (with "GOP" elephant in the centre)

(Frank Knox, candidate for Vice President)


Franklin D. Roosevelt (Democratic), 1936
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:

Three buttons:

  • "Youth for Roosevelt"
  • "F.D.R." (with image of him)
  • "Better Housing Program. Federal Housing Administration" (with image of a house)

A.4.16   1940 Election, 1940


Franklin D. Roosevelt (Democratic), 1940
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 12 items

Scope and Content:

Four pro-Roosevelt buttons:

  • "Roosevelt"
  • "For President Franklin D. Roosevelt" (with image of him)
  • "Roosevelt-Wallace" (with image of sweetcorn)
  • "Bundles for Britain" (with image of U.S. and U.K. flags)

Eight anti-Roosevelt buttons produced by the Willkie campaign:

  • "We don't want Eleanor either"
  • "Doctor Jekyll of Hyde Park"
  • "Boy! Do we need a change!"
  • "There is no indispensable man"
  • "Roosevelt hide at Hyde!"
  • "My friends. Goodbye"
  • "No man can be good 3 times"
  • "No third term"

(Henry Wallace, candidate for Vice President)


Wendell Wilkie (Republican), 1940
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 10 items

Scope and Content:

All are buttons unless otherwise stated.

  • "Willkie for President" (two styles)
  • "We want Willkie"
  • "I'll bet my [ass] on Willkie" (with image of ass kicking hind legs)
  • "Wings for America" (with image of "Willkie" aeroplane)
  • "Willkie and McNary"
  • "Brooks-Willkie-Green" (Illinois candidates)
  • "America first"
  • "Time to elect Willkie" cardboard tab in the shape of a pocket watch
  • "For President Wendell Willkie" cardboard tab

(Charles McNary, C. Wayland Brooks and Dwight Green, candidates for Vice President, U.S. Senator and Governor)

A.4.17   1944 Election, 1944


Thomas E. Dewey (Republican), 1944
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:

Three buttons:

  • "For President Thomas E. Dewey" (with image of him)
  • "Clean house with Dewey" (with image of a broom)
  • "Dewey- Bricker"

(John Bricker, candidate for Vice President)


Franklin D. Roosevelt (Democratic), 1944
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two buttons:

  • "Re-elect Roosevelt" (with image of him)
  • "Roosevelt-Truman. One for all, all for one" (with image of shield, eagle and men in military uniform)

(Harry S. Truman, candidate for Vice President)

A.4.18   1948 Election, 1948


Thomas Dewey (Republican), 1948
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 4 items

Scope and Content:
  • "Dewey for President" buttons (two styles)
  • "Dewey-Warren" button
  • "Dewey" tab

(Earl Warren, candidate for Vice President)


Douglas MacArthur (Republican), 1948, 1964
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 4 items

Scope and Content:
  • "MacArthur for America" tab
  • "MacArthur" button (with image of him)
  • "America's hero. Gen[eral] MacArthur" button (with image of him)
  • "In Memoriam" button and ribbon (with image of MacArthur, his dates, and the words: "I shall return")

Norman Thomas (Socialist), 1948
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Tab: "Vote Socialist. Thomas and Smith".

(Tucker P. Smith, candidate for Vice President)


Strom Thurmond (States Rights), 1948
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "States Rights. Thurmond-Wright. Democrat".

(Fielding Wright, candidate for Vice President)


Harry S. Truman (Democratic), 1948
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:
  • "For President Harry S. Truman" button (with image of him)
  • "Truman-Barkley" button
  • token. Front shows image of Truman and the words "33rd President U.S.A. Harry S. Truman". Reverse has words: "Harry. He's from Missouri. Captain of Artillery in World War I. Colonel USARC. U.S. Senator 1834. Vice President 1944. Acceded to the presidency Apr 12, 1945"

(Alben Barkley, candidate for Vice President)


Henry Wallace (Progressive), 1948
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "For President Henry A. Wallace" (with image of him).

A.4.19   1952 Election, 1952


Dwight D. Eisenhower (Republican), 1952
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 14 items

Scope and Content:

All are buttons unless otherwise stated.

  • "Ike" button, tab and brooches (four styles)
  • "Ike for President"
  • button with image of Eisenhower in military uniform
  • "The man of the hour. Eisenhower" (with image of him)
  • "Peace and prosperity with Eisenhower" (with image of him)
  • "I like Ike"
  • "I like Ike" (with image of him, holographic)
  • "Ike and Nixon"
  • "Ike [and] Dick"
  • "Ike-Dick. They're for you" button and tab

Estes Kefauver (Democratic), 1952
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

"Kefauver for President" tab in the shape of a coonskin cap (pelt of a raccoon).


Robert S. Kerr (Democratic), 1952
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "It's Kerr yes sir!"


Harold Stassen (Republican), 1952
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Stassen for President".


Adlai Stevenson (Democratic), [1952]
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "$5 I am a Stevenson team member".


Robert Taft (Republican), 1952
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Win with Taft".

A.4.20   1956 Election, 1956


T. Coleman Andrews (States Rights), 1956
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "States rights. Tax reform. Andrews and Werdel".

(Thomas Werdel, candidate for Vice President)


Dwight D. Eisenhower (Republican), 1956
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • tab: "Ike election official"
  • button: "Don't let this happen to you. Vote for Ike!" (with image of shoe with a hole in the sole)

Estes Kefauver (Democratic), 1956
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Kefauver the winning Democrat".


Adlai Stevenson (Democrat), 1956
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 5 items

Scope and Content:

All are buttons unless otherwise stated.

  • "Adlai and Estes"
  • "Vote Stevenson Kefauver Democratic"
  • "All the way with Adlai" tab and button (button is holographic and has image of him)
  • "Vote straight Democratic" / "Make it Empathic" (with image of Stevenson and Williams, holographic)

(Estes Kefauver, candidate for Vice President; G. Mennen Williams, candidate for Governor of Michigan)

A.4.21   1960 Election, 1960-1


Robert C. Byrd (Democratic), 1960
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Robert C. Byrd for President".


Rutherford Decker (Prohibition), 1960
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Vote Prohibition. Decker for Pres[ident] 1960. Anti-socialist".


W. Averell Harriman (Democratic), 1960
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • "Harriman" button
  • "Harriman is the man" tab

Lyndon B. Johnson (Democratic), 1960
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "For President Lyndon B. Johnson" (with image of him).


John F. Kennedy (Democratic), 1960-1
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 16 items

Scope and Content:

All are buttons unless otherwise stated.

  • "Kennedy" button and tabs (button has image of him)
  • "Kennedy for President" (with image of him, two styles)
  • John F. Kennedy for President" (with image of him)
  • "Triumfa con Kennedy" (with image of him)
  • "The man for the 60s" (with image of Kennedy, holographic)
  • "For the leadership we need. Kennedy for President" (with image of him)
  • "Let's back Jack" (with cartoon image of him)
  • "Let's back Jack Kennedy for President"
  • "John Kennedy our next President" (with image of him)
  • "Kennedy-Johnson" tabs (three styles)
  • inauguration button (with image of Kennedy)

Richard M. Nixon (Republican), 1960
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 15 items

Scope and Content:

All are buttons unless otherwise stated.

  • "I'm for Nixon" button and lapel pin
  • "Nixon" tabs and lapel pins (four styles)
  • "They can't lick our Dick"
  • "Keep Dick on the job" (with image of Nixon)
  • "I'm for Nixon" (with image of him, holographic)
  • button with image of Nixon and Lodge (holographic)
  • "The winning team. Nixon and Lodge" (with image of them)
  • "Nixon and Lodge"
  • "I'm for Nixon and Lodge"
  • "Pat for First Lady"
  • "Californianos adelante con Nixon"

(Henry Cabot Lodge, candidate for Vice President)


Nelson Rockefeller (Republican), 1960
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two buttons:

  • "Who else but Nels" (with image of him)
  • "Rockefeller. He's done a lot. He'll do more"

Homer Tomlinson (Theocratic), 1960
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Theocratic Party. Elect Bishops Tomlinson-Rogers. U.S. President-Vice President. Men of God for government under God" (with image of them).

A.4.22   1964 Election, 1964


Barry Goldwater (Republican), 1964
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 18 items

Scope and Content:

All are buttons unless otherwise stated.

  • "Goldwater" and "Au H²O" (two styles)
  • "Goldwater for President. Victory over communism"
  • "In your heart, you know he's right!"
  • "Goldwater 1964" (with snow globe containing gold coloured flakes)
  • "Goldwater in 64" (with image of him, holographic)
  • "Barry" / "in 64" (holographic [token] on a chain)
  • Button with image of Goldwater and Miller (holographic)
  • "Goldwater and Miller" (two styles, one with image of them)
  • "The winning team. Goldwater-Miller" (with image of them)
  • Goldwater Miller 64"
  • Chinese button (with image of Goldwater and Miller)
  • "Tim za Slobodu" (with image of Goldwater and Miller)
  • "Arriba con Barry y Bill" (with image of Goldwater and Miller)
  • Donkey brooch wearing Goldwater style glasses
  • Elephant brooch wearing Goldwater style glasses
  • "Goldwater for Halloween" (anti-Goldwater)

Lyndon B. Johnson (Democratic), 1964
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 11 items

Scope and Content:

All are buttons unless otherwise stated.

  • "All the way with LBJ"
  • "LBJ for the U.S.A."
  • "LBJ for the U.S.A." (with image of him, holographic. three styles, including "Texas" and "Washington, D.C.")
  • "If I were 21 I'd vote for Johnson"
  • "Johnson Humphrey 1964"
  • "Johnson Humphrey. Vote Democratic" (with image of them, two styles)
  • "LBJ" tab and brooch in the shape of hats

(Hubert Humphrey, candidate for Vice President)


Henry Cabot Lodge (Republican), 1964
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

"Draft Lodge" button and tab.


Nelson Rockefeller (Republican), 1964
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two buttons:

  • "Rocky in 64" (with image of him)
  • "We R for Rockefeller"

Lincoln Rockwell (American Nazi), 1964
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Lincoln Rockwell for President".


George Romney (Republican), 1964
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Let George do it" (with image of him).


William Scranton (Republican), 1964
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Scranton for President" (with image of him).

A.4.23   1968 Election, 1968-9


Henning Blomen (Socialist Labor), 1968
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button labelled: "Socialist Labor Party for Blomen Taylor. President Vice President. 1968" (with image of them).


Dick Gregory (Peace and Freedom), 1968
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 /

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Write in Dick Gregory. President. Peace and freedom".


Fred Halstead (Socialist Workers), 1968
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

"Bring the GI's home. Halstead in 68" button (with image of him).


Hubert H. Humphrey (Democratic), 1968
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 8 items

Scope and Content:

All are buttons unless otherwise stated.

  • "Humphrey for President"
  • "Humphrey" (two styles)
  • "HHH" button and lapel pin
  • "HHH Humphrey"
  • "Humphrey Muskie. Pull top lever"
  • "Elect Humphrey President Muskie Vice President" (with image of them)

Lyndon B. Johnson (Democratic), 1968
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

"For President: Lyndon B. Johnson" button (with image of him).


Robert F. 'Bobby' Kennedy (Democratic), 1968
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 6 items

Scope and Content:

All are buttons unless otherwise stated.

  • "Kennedy" button and tabs (three styles)
  • "Kennedy in 68"
  • "Sock it to 'em Bobby"
  • "Vote for our next President. Robert F. Kennedy" (with image of him)

Eugene McCarthy (Democratic), 1968
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 5 items

Scope and Content:

Five buttons:

  • "McCarthy"
  • "President McCarthy. Peace"
  • "McCarthy for peace" (with image of him)
  • "BAM McCarthy"
  • "Eugene" (with image of a heart)

Charlene Mitchell (Communist), 1968
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

"Vote communist. Mitchell-Zagarell" button.

(Michael Zagarell, candidate for Vice President)


E. Harold Munn (Prohibition Party), 1968
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Vote prohibition 1968. Munn for President. Fisher for Vice President" (with image of them).


Richard M. Nixon (Republican), 1968-9
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 11 items

Scope and Content:

All are buttons unless otherwise stated.

  • "Nixon" (two styles)
  • "Nixon for President"
  • "For President Dick Nixon" (with image of him)
  • "Nixon's the one" (with image of him)
  • "United Citizens Nixon"
  • "Nixon Agnew" (with image of "GOP" elephant)
  • "Nixon-Agnew in 68" (with image of them)
  • "Close the credibility gap. Vote Nixon-Agnew. Republican" (with image of them)
  • "Nixon-Agnew" brooch in the shape of a flag
  • inauguration button (with image of Nixon)

(Spiro Agnew, candidate for Vice President)


Charles H. Percy (Republican), 1968
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

"GO Percy for President" button.


Ronald Reagan (Republican), 1968
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

"Reagan in 68" button.


Nelson Rockefeller (Republican), 1968
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

"Rockefeller-Reagan" button.


George W. Romney (Republican), 1968
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

"Romney 68" button.


George Wallace (American Independent), 1968
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 6 items

Scope and Content:

Six buttons:

  • "Wallace for President"
  • "Stand up for America" (with image of Wallace, holographic)
  • "New leadership. Wallace-LeMay" (with image of them)
  • three buttons with image of Wallace and LeMay

(Curtis LeMay, candidate for Vice President)


William Westmoreland (Republican), 1968
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Westmoreland for President".

A.4.24   1972 Election, 1972


Shirley Chisholm (Democratic), 1972
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Catalyst for change. Shirley Chisholm for President".


Henry M. 'Scoop' Jackson (Democratic), 1972
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Jackson for President 1972".


Linda Jenness (Socialist Workers), 1972
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Socialist Workers Party. Jenness-Pulley" (with image of them).

(Andrew Pulley, candidate for Vice President)


Edward 'Ted' Kennedy (Democratic), 1972
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Kennedy in 1972".


Paul Norton 'Pete' McCloskey Jr. (Republican), 1972
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two buttons:

  • "McCloskey"
  • image of McCloskey, a dove and the outline of Vietnam

George McGovern (Democratic), 1972
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 28 items

Scope and Content:

All are buttons unless otherwise stated.

  • "McGovern" (six styles)
  • "1st time voter for McGovern"
  • "Register and vote McGovern"
  • "McGovern 72" (with image of a dove)
  • McGovern Million Member Club (two styles)
  • "McGovern Staff 72" (North Dakota)
  • "For peace. McGovern" (with cartoon image of McGovern holding a dove)
  • "Come home America elect McGovern in 72" (with image of him)
  • "McGovern for President in 72" (with image of him, holographic)
  • image of McGovern and Eagleton (holographic)
  • "McGovern-Eagleton" button and tab
  • "McGovern-Eagleton 1972" (with image of them)
  • "Come home America. McGovern-Shriver" (with image of them, two styles)
  • "McGovern-Shriver 72" buttons and tab (six styles, one has an image of them)
  • "I am a grassroot"

(Thomas Eagleton, candidate for Vice President)


Wilbur Mills (Democratic), 1972
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Elect Mills President".


Edmund 'Ed' Muskie (Democratic), 1972
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:

Three buttons:

  • "Muskie" (two styles)
  • "Believe Muskie"

Richard M. Nixon (Republican), 1972
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 9 items

Scope and Content:

Nine buttons:

  • "Nixon in 72" (with image of him)
  • "Victory" (with image of Nixon)
  • "Re-elect the President"
  • "Chinese for President Nixon"
  • "Estonians for President Nixon"
  • "Italians for President Nixon"
  • "Latvians for President Nixon"
  • "WASPS for President Nixon"
  • "America needs Nixon-Agnew" (with image of them)

(Spiro Agnew, candidate for Vice President)


John G. Schmitz (American Independent), 1972
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Tab: "Schmitz-Anderson".

(Tom Anderson, candidate for Vice President)


Benjamin Spock (People's), 1972
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Spock-Hobson. People's Party".

(Julius Hobson, candidate for Vice President)


George Wallace (Democratic), 1972
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:
  • two buttons: "Wallace for President"
  • token. Front shows image of Wallace and the words "George C. Wallace - Albama's fighting Governor". Reverse shows image of eagle with the words "Let the people speak. Stand up for America"

Ralph Yarborough (Democratic), 1972
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Yarborough 72".


Sam Yorty (Democratic), 1972
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Sam Yorty in 72".

A.4.25   1976 Election, 1976-7


Birch Bayh (Democratic), 1976
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two buttons:

  • "Birch Bayh 76"
  • "Missouri is Bayh Partisan"

Lloyd Bentsen (Democratic), 1976
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Bentsen in 76".


Benjamin Bubar (Prohibition), 1975-6
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 4 items

Scope and Content:

Four buttons:

  • "For President Benjamin C. Bubar" (with image of him)
  • "Vote Prohibition 1976. Bubar and Dodge" (with image of him)
  • "Best picks for 1976. Bubar and Dodge. Prohibition Party" (with image of "vote dry" camel)
  • "Vote Bubar for President 1976", with ribbon (from the 1975 National Prohibition Convention)

(Earl F. Dodge, candidate for Vice President)


Peter Camejo (Socialist Workers), 1976
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two buttons:

  • "Vote Socialist Workers. Camejo for President" (with image of him)
  • "Vote Socialist Workers. Reid for Vice President" (with image of her)

James 'Jimmy' Carter (Democratic), 1976-7
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 25 items

Scope and Content:

All are buttons unless otherwise stated.

  • six buttons with variations on the wording "Jimmy Carter for President" (some with image of him)
  • "Carter 76!"
  • "Apoya a nuestro presidente" (with image of Carter)
  • "Confidence in American democracy" (with image of Carter)
  • "I'm a Kentuckian for Carter"
  • "Vote for Carter. Ford will pardon you"
  • "Carter-Mondale" (seven styles, two with image of them)
  • "Labor for Carter-Mondale"
  • "Leaders, for a change. Carter-Mondale"
  • "Tunney-Carter-Corman" (California candidates)
  • two lapel pins in the shape of peanuts (one is labelled "Carter")
  • inauguration button, ABC News (with image of Carter)
  • "Welcome President Jimmy Carter" (Clinton, Massachusetts, 16-17 Mar. 1977)

(Walter Mondale, John Tunney and James Corman, candidates for Vice President, U.S. Senate and U.S. House of Representatives)


Frank Church (Democratic), 1976
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Frank Church for President".


Gerald R. Ford (Republican), 1976
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 7 items

Scope and Content:

Seven buttons:

  • four with variations on the wording "Gerald Ford for President" (some with image of him and one where "Ford" is represented by a Ford car)
  • "Ford-Dole" (three styles, one with an image of them)

Hubert H. Humphrey (Democratic), 1976
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "For President 76 Hubert H. Humphrey".


Henry M. Jackson (Democratic), 1976
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 6 items

Scope and Content:
  • "Jackson" buttons and tabs (five styles)
  • "Jackson means jobs" button

Lyndon LaRouche (U.S. Labor), 1976
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "LaRouche for President".


Roger MacBride (Libertarian), 1976
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "MacBride in 76".


Eugene McCarthy (Independent), 1976
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "McCarthy 76 Independent".


Lester Maddox (American Independent), 1976
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Keep on truckin'. Maddox" (with image of "AIP" truck).


Larry Pressler (Republican), 1976
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Senator Larry Pressler for President".


Ronald Reagan (Republican), 1976
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:

Three buttons:

  • "Reagan 76"
  • "For President in 76 Reagan"
  • "Reagan-Helms 76"

(Jesse Helms, candidate for Vice President)


Milton Shapp (Democratic), 1976
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Shapp for President 76".


(Robert) Sargent Shriver (Democratic), 1976
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two buttons:

  • "Shriver"
  • "Shriver Si"

Morris 'Mo' Udall (Democratic), 1976
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 5 items

Scope and Content:

Five buttons:

  • "Udall for President" and "Udall" (four styles)
  • "Vote the Udall slate" (candidates from congressional district 18)

Frank P. Zeidler (Socialist), 1976
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Vote Socialist. Zeidler President. Brisben Vice President. America's Democratic Socialists".

A.4.26   1980 Election, 1980


John B. Anderson (National Unity), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 4 items

Scope and Content:

Four buttons:

  • "Anderson of Illinois for President"
  • "Anderson for President"
  • "Anderson-Lucey"
  • "Anderson-Lucey 1980 National Unity" (with image of them)

(Patrick J. Lucey, candidate for Vice President)


Howard Baker (Republican), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two buttons:

  • "Baker. Tough. Honest. Right for the 80s"
  • "Baker. Tough. Honest. Right for New Hampshire" (primary)

Edmund Gerald 'Jerry' Brown (Democratic), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:

Three buttons:

  • "We want Brown 1980"
  • "Brown for President"
  • "Brown in 1980"

Benjamin Bubar (Prohibition), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "1980 Bubar and Dodge. American needs a statesman. National Statesman Party" (with image of them).

(Earl F. Dodge, candidate for Vice President)


George H. W. Bush (Republican), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:

Three buttons:

  • "George Bush for President"
  • "Texans for Bush in 1980"
  • "Michigan for Bush 80" (with image of Bush and outline of the State)

James 'Jimmy' Carter (Democratic), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 9 items

Scope and Content:

All are buttons unless otherwise stated.

  • "Jimmy Carter. Re-elect our President in 1980" (with image of him)
  • "I'm a Carter alternate from Missouri"
  • "Missourians for Carter in 1980" (the word Carter is in the shape of a donkey)
  • "Carter in 80. Florida does it again" tab
  • "Re-elect Carter-Mondale"
  • "Vote Carter-Mondale-Hearnes-Teasdale. Straight Democratic" (Missouri candidates)
  • floor leader's button, Florida Delegation, 1980 Democratic National Convention
  • staff / volunteer button, Willie Nelson concert at the White House, 13 Sept.
  • staff / volunteer button, election night event, 4 Nov.

(Walter Mondale, Joseph Teasdale and [Betty Cooper] Hearnes, candidates for Vice President, Governor and U.S. House of Representatives)


[Edward Clark (Libertarian)], 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Clark President".


Barry Commoner (Citizens), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two buttons:

  • "1980 Citizens Party"
  • "The Citizens Party 1980. Barry Commoner-LaDonna Harris" (with cartoon image of them)

(LaDonna Harris, candidate for Vice President)


John Connally (Republican), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Connally. Leadership for America".


Philip Crane (Republican), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Phil Crane for President".


Gus Hall (Communist U.S.A.), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Put people before profits 1980. Gus Hall President. Angela Davis Vice President. CPUSA".


Henry M. 'Scoop' Jackson (Democratic), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Scoop Jackson 80".


Edward 'Ted' Kennedy (Democratic), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 13 items

Scope and Content:

Thirteen buttons:

  • "Kennedy" and "Kennedy [in] 80" (four styles)
  • "Ted" and "I [heart] Ted" (two syles)
  • "I am for Kennedy 80"
  • "Kennedy 80. New Hampshire. Write-in"
  • "Kennedy 80. Minnesota. Uncommitted"
  • "New Hampshire snowmobilers for Kennedy 80" (primary)
  • "Kennedy 80. Aug. 12, 1980. I was there!"
  • "Kennedy for lifeguard"
  • Americans in Britain for Kennedy" (with image of Kennedy and the U.S. and U.K. flags)

David McReynolds (Socialist U.S.A.), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two buttons:

  • "Vote Socialist. McReynolds and Drufenbrock"
  • "Socialist Party U.S.A. - Partido Socialista EE UU" (with image of a hand holding a flower)

(Diane Drufenbrock, candidate for Vice President)


Andrew Pulley (Socialist Workers), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two buttons:

  • "Vote SWP. Pulley for President" (with image of him)
  • "Vote SWP. Zimmermann for Vice President" (with image of her)

John Rarick (American Independent), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: Rarick for President".


Ronald Reagan (Republican), 1980-1
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 12 items

Scope and Content:

All are buttons unless otherwise stated.

  • "Reagan" (two styles)
  • "Reagan for President" button and lapel pin
  • "I'm for Reagan"
  • "New Hampshire needs Reagan in 1980" (primary)
  • "Renew America's strength with great American values" (with image of Ronald and Nancy Reagan)
  • "Ronald-Bush" (two styles)
  • "The time is now. Reagan-Bush"
  • "The time is now" (with image of Reagan and Bush)
  • inauguration button (with image of Reagan and Bush)

(George H. W. Bush, candidate for Vice President)

A.4.27   1984 Election, 1984-5


David Bergland (Libertarian), 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Libertarian Party. Bergland Lewis 84".

(Jim Lewis, candidate for Vice President)


John Glenn, (Democratic), 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two buttons:

  • "John Glenn 84"
  • "For President John Glenn 1984" (with image of him)

Gus Hall (Communist), 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two buttons:

  • "Vote Hall Davis. Sign the petition"
  • "People before profits. Gus Hall President and Angela Davis Vice [President]. Communist Party U.S.A." (with image of them)

Gary Hart (Democratic), 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Gary Hart".


Fritz Hollings (Democratic), 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Hollings President".


Jesse Jackson (Democratic), 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 5 items

Scope and Content:

Five buttons:

  • "Jesse Jackson. Now is the time. 1984"
  • "Jesse Jackson President 84"
  • "Rainbow" and "Arcoiris"
  • "Latinos for Jackson"

Mel Mason (Socialist Workers), 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:

Three buttons:

  • "Vote Socialist Workers. Mason for President" (with image of him)
  • "Vota Partido Socialista de los Trabajadores. Mason para Presidente" (with image of him)
  • 'Vota Partido Socialista de los Trabajadores. Gonzalez para Vicepresidente" (with image of her)

George McGovern (Democratic), 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "President 1984. McGovern. A vote for the future" (with outline of the U.S.).


Walter Mondale (Democratic), 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 18 items

Scope and Content:

Eighteen buttons:

  • "Mondale" (three styles)
  • "For President 1984. Walter Mondale" (with image of him)
  • "Labor for Mondale AFL CIO" (with image of him)
  • "Mondale Ferraro" / "Mondale Ferraro 1984" (four styles, one with image of them)
  • "Mondale Ferraro Now"
  • "Vote Mondale Ferraro Nov 6th"
  • "Unity in 84" (with image of Mondale, Ferraro and Jesse Jackson)
  • "Mondale Ferraro 1984. America needs new leadership" (with image of them, two styles)
  • "Ferraro for Vice President in 1984" (with image of her)
  • "Geraldine Ferraro. America's [first] woman Vice Pres[ident]" (with image of her, two styles)
  • "Leaders for the 80s. Mondale for President, Rothman for Governor, Ferraro for Vice President, Woods for Lieutenant Governor" (with image of Ferraro and Woods)

(AFL-CIO, American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations)


Ronald Reagan (Republican), 1984-5
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 21 items

Scope and Content:

All are buttons unless otherwise stated.

Fifteen pro-Reagan:

  • "Reagan again 84"
  • "Reagan" (two styles, one in Hebrew)
  • "Reagan U.S. President" (with image of cowboy hat, bandana and sheriff's badge)
  • "Keep America great re-elect Reagan" (with image of him)
  • "Christians for Reagan" (letter "t" in Christians is in the shape of the cross)
  • "I'm an American for Reagan" tab
  • "Reagan-Bush 84" (three styles)
  • "Bush. Keep America #1 in 1984"
  • "Re-elect Nancy" (with image of Nancy Reagan)
  • inauguration button with ribbon
  • inauguration button (with image of Reagan)
  • inauguration button (with image of Reagan and Bush)

Six anti-Reagan:

  • "Dump Reagan"
  • "Vote Mondale. At least you might live to regret it"
  • "Caution. Reagan is hazardous to your health"
  • "Nixon's back" (with image of Reagan)
  • "Jane Wyman was right"
  • "Beware the actor" (with cartoon image of Reagan)

A.4.28   1988 Election, 1988


Bruce Babbit (Democratic), 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two buttons:

  • "Babbit 1988" (with image of him)
  • "Babbit of Arizona 1988" (with image of him)

Joseph Biden (Democratic), 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Biden 88. Leadership for the future" (with image of him).


Bill Bradley (Democratic), 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Bradley in 88" (with image of him).


George H. W. Bush (Republican), 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 30 items

Scope and Content:

All are buttons unless otherwise stated.

Twenty three pro-Bush:

  • "Bush" button and lapel pin
  • "George Bush 88"
  • "George Bush for President 1988" lapel pin, with ribbon (with image of Bush)
  • "George Bush. He has what it takes" (with images of him, including in military uniform)
  • "Bush 88. Reagan revolution rollin' on"
  • "Win this one for the Gipper" (with image of Bush and Ronald Reagan)
  • "Read my lips. No new taxes" (with image of Bush)
  • "Bush-Quayle [1988]" (three styles, one with image of them)
  • "For President. For Vice President. Bush-Quayle 1988" (with image of them)
  • "GOP 1988. George Bush. Dan Quayle" (with image of them)
  • "1988 Team. Bush Quayle" (with image of them)
  • "Bush-Quayle 88. Peace and prosperity" (with image of them)
  • "Continue the Reagan revolution. Bush-Quayle 88" (with image of them)
  • "Policemen for Bush-Quayle"
  • "A proud weekend warrior for Bush-Quayle" (with drawing of the [minute man statue])
  • "George Bush, Dan Quayle and Arch Moore for Governor" (with outline of U.S.A. and West Virginia)
  • Republican National Convention (with cartoon image of Republican elephant)
  • Republican National Convention (with image of Bush, two styles)
  • "Victory 88. President George Bush. Vice President Dan Quayle. Peace prosperity leadership continues November 8, 1988"

Seven anti-Bush/Quayle:

  • "Shit happens" (with image of Bush)
  • "Bush report card. Drugs F. Noriega F. Iran contra F"
  • "No more Bu_ _ Sh _ _ in 1988"
  • "Where was George?"
  • "President Quayle?"
  • "Impeach Quayle first!"
  • "I fought the war in Indiana"

Earl F. Dodge (Prohibition), 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two buttons:

  • "Earl F. Dodge. George Ormsby. Vote Prohibition" (with image of them)
  • "The legalized liquor traffic is the tragedy of civilization" (quote by, and sketch of, Abraham Lincoln)

Robert 'Bob' Dole (Republican), 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Dole President".


Michael Dukakis (Democratic), 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 48 items

Scope and Content:

All are buttons unless otherwise stated.

  • seven buttons and two lapel pins with variations on the wording: "Michael Dukakis for President 1988" (some with image of him)
  • eight buttons and two lapel pins with variations on the wording: "Dukakis Bentsen 1988" (some with image of them)
  • "I like Mike"
  • "I'm with the Duke"
  • "We're with the Duke"
  • "Duke! Duke! Duke"
  • "Democratic integrity. Dukakis in 88" (with image of Dukakis and former presidents: Jefferson, Jackson, Roosevelt, Truman and Kennedy)
  • "Unite America. Dukakis in 88" (with image of Dukakis)
  • "I'm a Dukakis delegate"
  • "Measures not men" with ribbon (Dukakis delegate button, Democratic Party of Missouri, State Convention)
  • "Vietnam veterans for Dukakis" (United Food and Commercial Workers International Union, Chicago)
  • "New York women for Dukakis 88"
  • "Women can make the difference"
  • "Pottawattamie County supports Dukakis 1988" (with image of him)
  • "Bentsen for Vice President in 1988" (with image of him)
  • "Dukakis-Bentsen the winning team 88" (with image of them)
  • "Dukakis-Bentsen 88. America needs new leadership" (with image of them)
  • "A new era of greatness. Dukakis-Bentsen 88" (with image of them)
  • "Dukakis-Bentsen. Democrats Abroad"
  • "Nebraska 1988. Dukakis-Bentsen" (with image of them)
  • "It's time to say yes. Dukakis-Bentsen. America's team for labor"
  • "Our choice 1988. Dukakis-Bentsen" (AFL-CIO button, with image of them)
  • "Policemen for Dukakis Bentsen"
  • "Veterans for Dukakis Bentsen"
  • "Elect Povman as Dukakis Delegate April 19"
  • "Vote Sarbanes-Dukakis-Bentsen-Byron"
  • "Vote Democratic. Dukakis for President. Novello for Commissioner"
  • "Missouri Victory 88" (with image of Dukakis, Bentsen, Harnes, Askew, Wolf, Holden, Carnahan and Nixon)
  • "Dukakis-Bentsen...Preston B. Gooden most qualified Sheriff, Berkeley [County]"
  • American Civil Liberties Union "card-carrying member"
  • "The nerd for President"
  • "A vote for Dukakis is a vote for Jackson"

(AFL-CIO, American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations)


David Duke (Populist), 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:

Three buttons:

  • "David Duke for President. Dr. Floyd Parker for Vice President. Populist Party 1988"
  • "Duke for President. Vote Populist Party 1988" (with image of him)
  • "Parker for Vice President. Vote Populist Party 1988" (with image of him)

Peter DuPont (Republican), 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two buttons: "For President 1988 Pete DuPont" and "Pete DuPont for President" (both with image of him).


Dick Gephardt (Democratic), 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 4 items

Scope and Content:

Four buttons:

  • "Dick Gephardt for President" (two styles)
  • "For Gephardt before Iowa. 2-8-88"
  • "Gephardt the Democrat for President" (with cartoon donkey kicking a barrel labelled "Reagan's Rummies")

Al Gore (Democratic), 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two buttons: "Al Gore 88 President" and "Gore in 1988".


Jim Griffin (American Independent), 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button labelled: "American Independent Party. Jim Griffin for President. Chuck Morsa for Vice President. 1988".


Alexander Haig (Republican), 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Haig for President".


Gary Hart (Democratic), 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two buttons:

  • "Hart 1988"
  • "For Hart from the Re-start"

John Holmes (Workers World), 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Jobs equality socialism - not war. Vote Workers World Party 88. Holmes for President. La Riva for Vice President" (with image of them).


Jack Kemp (Republican), 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:

Three buttons:

  • "Jack Kemp for President"
  • "Kemp for President"
  • "Right from the start. Kemp in 88" (with image of him)

Willa Kenoyer (Socialist), 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Socialist Party. Vote Willa Kenoyer Ron Ehrenreich 88. For a livable future".


Jesse Jackson (Democratic), 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 7 items

Scope and Content:

Seven buttons:

  • "Jesse Jackson 88"
  • "Jesse Jackson for President in 88" (with image of him)
  • "Not 'Jesse, but…' Jesse therefore!"
  • "Keep hope alive! Register – vote for the Democrats" (with Jackson's signature)
  • cardboard button with image of Jackson
  • "Jackson delegate. Atlanta 88" (with image of Jackson)
  • "Measures not men" with ribbon (Jackson delegate button, Democratic Party of Missouri, State Convention)

Ronald 'Ron' Paul (Libertarian), 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "I'm bushed after eight years of Reaganomics! Ron Paul 88".


Pat Robertson (Republican), 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two buttons:

  • "A moral America. Robertson 88" (with image of him)
  • "Pat Robertson 88. Christians for Robertson"

Patricia Schroeder, (Democratic), 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Schroeder President in 88" (with image of her).


Paul Simon (Democratic), 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 4 items

Scope and Content:

All are buttons unless otherwise stated.

  • "Simon 88" (two styles, one with cartoon image of him)
  • "For Iowa. For America. Simon" (with image of him)
  • bow tie lapel pin

James Warren (Socialist Workers), 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Socialist Workers in 88. James Warren for U.S. President. Kathleen Mickells for Vice President".

A.4.29   1992


Larry Agran (Democratic), 1992
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two buttons including: "Oregon Larry Agran for President 92".


Lloyd Bentsen (Democratic), 1992
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "For America in 92 Bentsen of Texas" (with image of Bentsen and outline of Texas).


J. Quinn Brisben (Socialist), 1992
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 4 items

Scope and Content:

Four buttons including:

  • "socialism = health care"
  • "This land is your land! Brisben-Edwards"
  • "Vote socialist 1992. J. Quinn Brisben President. Barbara Garson Vice-President" (with image of them)

(William D. Edwards, candidate for Vice President, died during the race and was replaced by Barbara Garson)


Edmund Gerald 'Jerry' Brown (Democratic), 1992
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 6 items

Scope and Content:

Six buttons including:

  • "New Hampshire voters for Brown" (with image of him)
  • "Californians for Brown" (with image of him)
  • "800-426-1112" (Brown's toll-free number)
  • "Take back America! Vote Brown for change!"

Pat Buchanan (Republican), 1992
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 7 items

Scope and Content:

Seven buttons including:

  • "Read my lips! Buchanan 92" (with image of him)
  • "Bushed? Switch to Buchanan for 92" (with image of him)
  • "Buchanan. The right Republican in 92" (with image of him)
  • "Bush and Quayle will fail" (with image of Buchanan)
  • "Send Bush a message" (with image of Buchanan)
  • "U.S. taxpayers for Buchanan. Conservative America first"

George H. W. Bush (Republican), 1992
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 75 items

Scope and Content:

All are buttons unless otherwise stated. Includes:

  • "Re-elect Bush" (with image of him)
  • "Re-elect the Commander-in-Chief" (with image of Bush)
  • "Experience counts" (two styles, one with image of Bush and Quayle)
  • "I'm proud of my President. The best choice for all Americans!"
  • "I was there when President Bush came to the country music capitol of the world. Branson, Missouri, Aug 21, 1992"
  • "Bush country" (with outline of Texas)
  • "Push for Bush"
  • "Official Bush backer" (in shape of a medal)
  • "Republican integrity" (with image of Bush and former presidents Lincoln, Roosevelt, Eisenhower and Reagan)
  • "A proud tradition" (with image of Bush and former presidents Lincoln, Roosevelt, Eisenhower and Reagan)
  • "Women for President Bush"
  • "Hey Hillary! This cookie baker is for Bush"
  • "Kids for President Bush"
  • "American needs Bush-Quayle 92" (with image of them)
  • "Past. Present. Future" (with image of Reagan, Bush and Quayle)
  • "Bush Quayle 92. Lasso a winner!"
  • "Medford Oregon welcomes President Bush", 31 Aug.
  • "Christians for Bush and Quayle. Real American family values!" (with church in background)
  • "Asian Americans for Bush-Quayle"
  • "Pro-life" (with image of Bush and Quayle)
  • "Indiana's favorite son" (with image of Quayle)
  • "Re-elect George and Barbara in 1992" (with image of George and Barbara Bush)
  • "Faith. Family. Future" (with image of George and Barbara Bush)
  • "Faith. Family. Future" (with image of Dan and Marilyn Quayle)
  • "Faith. Family. Future" (Republican National Convention, with image of Barbara Bush and Marilyn Quayle)
  • "Steadfast leadership" (Republican National Convention, with image of Bush and attached ribbon)
  • "Rebuilding America" (Republican National Convention, with image of Bush and Quayle and attached ribbon)
  • "Houston is throwing a party for the Republican National Convention" (with attached ribbon)
  • "Bush-Quayle-Knollenberg" (Congressional District 11, with image of Bush, Quayle and Joseph 'Joe' Knollenberg)
  • "America needs" (with image of Bush and Colin Powell)

and anti-Bush/Quayle buttons:

  • "Annoy the media. Re-elect President Bush"
  • "[Bush and Quayle] Not!" (with image of them)
  • "America knew Harry Truman. Mr. Bush, You are no Harry Truman!" (with image of Truman)
  • "President Bush you're not your father"
  • "I am the environmental President" (with cartoon image of Bush)
  • "President Bush read my finger!"
  • "Just say noe!" (sic) (with image of Quayle)
  • "Saddam Hussein still has a job. Do you?"

William 'Bill' Clinton (Democratic), 1992
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 70 items

Scope and Content:

All are buttons unless otherwise stated. Includes:

  • ''The cure for the blues. Clinton for President" (with drawing of Clinton playing saxophone)
  • saxophone lapel pin
  • "The choice of New Hampshire" (with image of Clinton)
  • "The man from Arkansas" (with image of Clinton)
  • "Adelante con Clinton"
  • "Labor 4 Clinton 4 Labor"
  • "Pro choice pro family pro Clinton"
  • "Clinton-Gore" (includes one with image of them and one in Hebrew)
  • "Viva Clinton Gore para la gente"
  • "For new leadership" (with image of Clinton and Gore)
  • "It's time for a change" (with image of Clinton and Gore)
  • "A new voice for a new America" (with image of Clinton and Gore)
  • "Republicans for Clinton Gore"
  • "Pro-choice Democrats for Clinton and Gore"
  • "Pro-choice. Pro-family. Pro-Clinton Gore"
  • "Village Independent Democrats [for] Clinton Gore"
  • "I was a house-party host for Clinton-Gore"
  • "Clinton Gore N.Y. bus tour" (25 Sept.)
  • "Clinton Gore volunteer"
  • "Clinton Gore Rapid Response Team Captain"
  • "Clinton Gore Rapid Response Team"
  • "Elect Al Gore Vice President" (with image of him)
  • "Clinton Gore. Light the way for change" (Women for Democratic Victory, produced for torchlight parade, 28 Oct.)
  • "We can do it" (with cartoon of Rosie the Riveter)
  • "Women for a Democratic America" (with image of Hillary Clinton and Tipper Gore)
  • "Women for a Democratic America" (with drawing of the Statue of Liberty)
  • "People first" (with image of Bill and Hillary Clinton)
  • "I support Bill and Hillary Clinton for First Family" (with image of them)
  • "Hillary's husband for President" (with image of her)
  • "Hillary Clinton for First Lady" (with image of her)
  • "Hillary Clinton a voice for children" (with image of her)
  • "More over Dan and Marilyn here come Al and Tipper" (with image of Al and Tipper Gore)
  • "Californians for change. Clinton-Gore-Feinstein-Boxer"
  • "Detroit moves America. Labor Day 1992. Clinton for President. Coleman A. Young [for] Mayor"
  • "Missouri Democratic victory 92" (with image of Clinton, Gore and Missouri candidates)
  • "Now let's get to work" (inauguration button with image of Rosie the Riviter)
  • "An American reunion. New beginnings renewed hope" (inauguration button with image of Bill and Hillary Clinton and Al and Tipper Gore)
  • "Santa gave me a new President for Christmas"

anti-Clinton button:

  • "But I didn't inhale"

(Dianne Feinstein and Barbara Boxer, candidates for U.S. Senate)


Mario Cuomo (Democratic), 1992
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two buttons including: "Leadership for a change" (with image of Cuomo).


Ron Daniels (Independent), 1992
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Campaign for a new tomorrow" (with image of Daniels).


Earl F. Dodge (Prohibition), 1992
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Vote Prohibition" (with image of Dodge and George Ormsby, candidate for Vice President).


David Duke (Republican), 1992
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:

Three buttons:

  • "Stand up America"
  • "The new minority. WASP's for David Duke for President"
  • Michigan primary

Leonora B. Fulani (New Alliance), 1992
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:
  • button: "Help put the 'bunk' back In Kenne....Port"
  • button: "Think independently"
  • tab: "Do the right thing"

James 'Bo' Gritz (Populist), 1992
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two buttons:

  • "Lieutenant Colonel James 'Bo' Gritz for President. "I believe in America"
  • "Lieutenant Colonel James 'Bo' Gritz. Populist for President" (with words "New World Order" crossed out)

John Hagelin (Natural Law), 1992
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Dr. John Hagelin for President 92".


Helen Halyard (Workers League), 1992
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:

Three buttons including:

  • "Vote Workers League. Jobs. Housing. Education. Helen Halyard socialist candidate for President of the U.S." (with image of her)
  • "Workers of the World unite! Build the fourth international! Build a Labor Party! For a workers government and socialist policies! Helen Halyard for President. Fred Mazelis for Vice President" (with image of them)

Tom Harkin (Democratic), 1991-2
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 5 items

Scope and Content:

Five buttons:

  • "My name is Tom Harkin. I'm running against George Herbert Walker Bush" (with image of Harkin)
  • "The people want Harkin" (with image of him)
  • "Harkin for President. The primary choice for working people"
  • "Harkin announces for President", Madison County", 15 Sept. 1991
  • "Texans for Harkin. Give 'em hell, Tom!"

Jess Jackson (Democratic), 1992
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Bold leadership" (with image of Jackson).


Bob Kerrey (Democratic), 1992
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 4 items

Scope and Content:

Four buttons including:

  • "Jobs. Prosperity. Peace" (with image of Kerrey)
  • "Bob Kerrey of Nebraska" (with image of Kerrey)
  • "Texans for Bob Kerrey" (with outline of Texas)

Lyndon LaRouche (Democratic), 1992
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Eat it George! LaRouche for President 1992".


Tom Laughlin (Democratic), 1992
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "No Bull! Tom Laughlin President 92".


Andre Marrou (Libertarian), 1992
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 9 items

Scope and Content:

Nine buttons including:

  • "Vote Libertarian. Defenders of Liberty. Marrou for President. Lord for Vice President" (with image of them)
  • "Vote Libertarian. Marrou 92" (with sketch of, and quote by, H. L. Mencken)
  • "Marrou. Lord. Libertarian Party" (with sketch of, and quote by, George Washington)
  • "Legalize freedom. Vote Libertarian Party" (with drawing of the Statue of Liberty)
  • "Freedom wasn't won with a hand-shake" (with image of hand holding a gun)
  • "Democracy is three wolves and a sheep voting on what to have for lunch"

George McGovern (Democratic), 1992
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "McGovern for America. President 1992" (with image of him).


Ralph Nader (Write-In), 1992
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Nader 92" (paid for by the Committee to draft Ralph Nader for President).


Ross Perot (Independent), 1992
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 20 items

Scope and Content:

Twenty buttons including:

  • "Go Perot"
  • "Perot 92" (with image of Ross and Margot Perot)
  • "I have Perot for President petitions"
  • "I'm mad as hell and I'm not going to take it anymore! Perot Independent for President"
  • "Vote for a real change" (with image of Perot)
  • "Run Ross run save the U.S.A.!"
  • "America's choice" (with image of Perot)
  • "I'm all ears for Perot"
  • "Status quo or vote Perot"
  • "Finally a choice! Perot for President. Stockdale for Vice President" (with image of Perot and Stockdale)
  • "Put America back to work with Perot and Stockdale"

and anti-Perot buttons:

  • "I was for Perot but now I don't know!"
  • "Perot" crossed out

Howard Phillips (U.S. Taxpayers), 1992
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 4 items

Scope and Content:

Four buttons,:

  • "U.S. Taxpayers Party. Howard Phillips for President. General Albion Knight for Vice President"
  • "Taxpayers for Phillips. 1-800-2-VETO-IRS"
  • "Tisch Independent Citizens Party. Phillips President. Tisch Vice President"

Paul Tsongas (Democratic), 1992
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 8 items

Scope and Content:

Eight buttons:

  • "Democrat for President Tsongas"
  • "Tsongas makes sense in 92"
  • "TVote Tsongas"
  • "Economic prosperity. Tsongas President" (with image of him)
  • "New York is Tsongas territory" (primary button with image of Tsongas and outline of New York)

Douglas Wilder (Democratic), 1992
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:

Three buttons:

  • "Vote Wilder for President 92. Put America first"
  • "Wilder of Virginia for America in 92" (with image of him)
  • "New Hampshire and Wilder in 92" (with image of him)

Miscellaneous, 1992
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "None of the above" (with image of Bush, Perot and Clinton).

A.4.30   1996 Election, 1996-7


Lamar Alexander (Republican), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Lamar!"


Harry Browne (Libertarian), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Browne and Jorgensen 1996. Libertarian Party".

(Jo Jorgensen, candidate for Vice President)


Pat Buchanan (Republican), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button "Let Pat speak! Republican National Convention 1996".


William 'Bill' Clinton (Democratic), 1996-7
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 44 items

Scope and Content:

All are buttons unless otherwise stated.

pro-Clinton:

  • "Bill Clinton for President 96"
  • "Clinton 96" (in the shape of a donkey)
  • "Leadership for the 21st Century. Re-elect President Clinton in 1996"
  • "No more band-aid solutions! I support Bill Clinton's health care reform"
  • "Pro-Clinton. Pro-Israel"
  • "Clinton-Gore 96" (seven buttons, one tab. One is in sign language)
  • "Clinton-Gore 96. 4 More!"
  • "Democrats Abroad. Clinton-Gore 96"
  • "In the Truman tradition. Re-elect Clinton and Gore in 96" (with image of Truman, Clinton and Gore)
  • "Re-elect Clinton-Gore 96" (three styles)
  • "We will do it again! Clinton-Gore 96" (with image of Rosie the Riviter)
  • "Clinton-Gore re-election team"
  • "Building a bridge to the future. Re-elect Clinton-Gore 96"
  • "Encore!" (Democratic National Convention, with image of Clinton playing the saxophone)
  • "Chicago-Clinton" [Democratic National Convention]
  • "President Clinton and Mayor Daley welcome you to the Democratic National Convention"
  • "Chicago Democratic National Convention. Aug 26-29, 1996"
  • "Moving America Forward. Democratic National Convention 96"
  • "Massachusetts for Clinton-Gore 96"
  • "Indians for Clinton-Gore"
  • "Labor for Clinton-Gore 96"
  • "Labor-Clinton-Gore 96"
  • "Machinists for Clinton-Gore"
  • "Let the word go forth from this time and place...that the torch has been passed to a new generation of Americans" (with image of, and this quote by, John F. Kennedy)
  • Dream team 96. Bill. Hillary. Al. Tipper" (with cartoon image of them)
  • "With renewed vision for the future. Clinton 96" (with image of Bill and Hillary Clinton)
  • "I am a villager and I support the First Lady"
  • "Re-elect Hillary's husband in 1996"
  • "Re-elect Socks and his master"
  • "Missouri's best for us! Your winning team for 1996!" (with image of Clinton, Gore, Carnahan, Wilson, Nixon, Cook and Holden)
  • inauguration button (two styles)

anti-Clinton buttons:

  • "Re-inventing greed"
  • "Anybody but Clinton in 96" (letter "C" of Clinton is in the shape of communist hammer and sickle. Button has an arrow which can be spun to the "anybodies": Carter, Kemp, Kennedy, Dole, Perot, Nixon, Limbaugh or Elvis)

Earl Dodge (Prohibition), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Our Choice 1996. Earl F. Dodge. Rachel B. Kelly".


Robert 'Bob' Dole (Republican), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 /

Extent: 26 items

Scope and Content:

Ten buttons with variations on the wording "Bob Dole for President", "Dole 1996" and "Dole-Kemp". Also:

  • "Character matters. Bob Dole"
  • "Let's win this one for the Gipper! Dole for President" (with image of Ronald Reagan)
  • "Missouri is a must! Dole 96!"
  • "President Bob Dole. Sounds good to me! San Diego 1996"
  • "Iowans for Dole 1996. Block Leader"
  • "Kids for Bob Dole"
  • "Bob Dole for President. Jack Kemp for Vice President. 1996"
  • "New Jersians support Dole-Kemp"
  • "Kansas supports Dole President, Kemp Vice President 1996"
  • "Dole-Kemp 15%"
  • "America's next First Family 1996" (with image of Bob and Elizabeth Dole)
  • "We share your values. Dole 96" (with image of Bob and Elizabeth Dole)
  • "Waves of the future. The Doles 96" (with image of Bob and Elizabeth Dole)
  • "Elizabeth Dole for First Lady"
  • "Team Dole 1996" (with image of Dole, Kemp, Colin Powell and John McCain

and anti-Dole buttons:

  • "Dole: Milk can be more dangerous than cigarettes"
  • "Dumb and dumber. Dole-Newt. Out in 1996" (with image of Dole and Newt Gingrich)

Robert 'Bob' Dornan (Republican), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two buttons:

  • "Dornan President"
  • "Dornan 96"

Steve Forbes (Republican), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two buttons:

  • "Forbes for President"
  • "Forbes for President. Hope. Growth. Opportunity"

Phil Gramm (Republican), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Gramm President".


John Hagelin (Natural Law), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:

Three buttons:

  • "Hagelin-Tompkins 96. Natural Law Party. The intelligent choice"
  • "Natural Law Party. Problem-Free Government" (two styles)

(Mike Tompkins, candidate for Vice President)


Alan Keyes (Republican), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two buttons: "Keyes 96".


Dick Lugar (Republican), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Lugar for President".


Dennis Peron (Grassroots), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two buttons:

  • "Peron-Troutt 1996"
  • "Vote Grassroots 1996"

(Arlin Troutt, candidate for Vice President)


Ross Perot (Reform), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 7 items

Scope and Content:

Seven buttons:

  • "Perot"
  • "Vote Perot 1996"
  • "Perot for President [1996]" (two styles)
  • "United We Stand. [Ross] Perot 96" (two styles)
  • "Vote Reform Party in 96"

Howard Phillips (U.S. Taxpayers / American Independent), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 5 items

Scope and Content:

Five buttons:

  • "Howard Phillips should be President. U.S. Taxpayers Party"
  • "Independent American Party. Affiliate of U.S. Taxpayers Party. 1-800-2 VETO IRS"
  • "Phillips for President 1996. No NAFTA no GATT keeps jobs in America. 1-800-2-VETO IRS" (three styles, "U.S. Taxpayers Party", "Independent American Party" and "American Independent Party")
  • NAFTA, North American Free Trade Agreement
  • GATT, General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade

Colin Powell (Republican), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Powell 96".


Arlen Specter (Republican), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Specter in 96".


Morry Taylor (Republican), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Morry Taylor for President 96".


Jerry White (Socialist Equality), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two buttons:

  • "Vote Socialist Equality Party 96. A new Party for the working class. Jerry White for President"
  • "Vote Socialist Equality Party 96. A new Party for the working class"

Miscellaneous, [1996]
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 /

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Doing my part to piss off the religious right".

A.4.31   2000 Election, 2000-1


Lamar Alexander (Republican), 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two buttons:.

  • "Lamar Alexander 2000"
  • "Lamar Alexander 2000. Our choice for President"

John Ashcroft (Republican), 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Ashcroft. A real Republican for President".


Gary Bauer (Republican), 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Bauer for President".


Bill Bradley (Democratic), 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 13 items

Scope and Content:

Seven buttons with variations on the words; "Bill Bradley for President 2000". Also:

  • "I'm voting for Bill Bradley for President"
  • "New Yorkers for Bill Bradley"
  • "Americans for Bill Bradley"
  • "Artists for Bradley"
  • "Leave no one out. Bill Bradley for President"
  • "Bill Bradley. Sept. 8, 1999. Crystal City, MO"

Harry Browne (Libertarian), 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two buttons:

  • "Harry Browne. Libertarian 2000"
  • "Legalize marijuana! NORML for Browne" (National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws)

Pat Buchanan (Reform), 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 4 items

Scope and Content:

Four bttons:

  • "Buchanan. Reform"
  • "Scratch out George Bush write in Pat Buchanan"
  • "Buchanan-Foster"
  • "Ohioans for Buchanan-Foster. Put America First!"

(Ezra Foster, candidate for Vice President)


George W. Bush (Republican), 2000-1
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 23 items

Scope and Content:

Buttons labelled:

  • "Republican Integrity: Bush 2000" (with image of him)
  • "Women for Bush. Republican National Convention 2000. Ohio" (with drawing of a suffragette wearing "Women for Bush" sash).
  • "Miami relatives for Bush"
  • "Alpha males for Bush. Beta males for Gore"
  • "Bush-Cheney" (three styles)
  • "Bush-Cheney 2000"
  • "Renewing America's Purpose. Bush-Cheney"
  • "Let's win this one for the Gipper. Bush-Cheney" (with image of Ronald Reagan)
  • "Renewing America Together. President George Bush. Vice President Dick Cheney"
  • "Save social security. Elect Bush-Cheney"
  • "Tax relief for all Americans. Elect Bush-Cheney"
  • "NRA supporters for Bush-Cheney" (National Rifle Association)
  • "Pro-life Americans for Bush-Cheney"
  • "Our next First Family. Laura and G. W. Bush 2000"
  • "The Bush family welcomes you" (Philadelphia, 31 Jul.-3 Aug. 2000)
  • "Seniors for G. W. Bush 2000"
  • "Barbara Bush for First Mamma"
  • "The winning team for New York. President George W. Bush. Senator Rick Lazio"
  • "Celebrating America's spirit together. George W. Bush-Dick Cheney" (inauguration button)

and anti-Bush buttons:

  • "Read my lips...No new Texans"
  • "Drunk Drivers for DDubya" (sic)

(Dick Cheney, candidate for Vice President)


Earl Dodge (Prohibition), 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:

Three buttons:

  • "Dodge-Watkins. Prohibition 2000" (with image of a camel)
  • "Dodge-Watkins. Prohibition Party 2000" (with image of Dodge, Watkins, Lady Liberty(?) and U.S. flag)
  • "Dry crusaders of 1917. Dry crusaders of 2000. Dodge for President. Prohibition Y2K" (with image of Dodge and 1917 prohibition campaigners)

(Dean Watkins, candidate for Vice President)


Elizabeth Dole (Republican), 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two buttons:

  • "Elizabeth Dole 2000"
  • "Another woman for Elizabeth Dole 2000"

Steve Forbes (Republican), 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two buttons:

  • "Steve Forbes 2000"
  • "Steve Forbes 2000. For a sound economy"

Richard Gephardt (Democratic), 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two buttons:

  • "Gephardt President 2000"
  • "Richard Gephardt 2000"

Newton 'Newt' Gingrich (Republican), 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Continue the contract. Newt Gingrich President 2000".


Al Gore (Democratic), 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 34 items

Scope and Content:

Thirty four buttons:

  • "Gore 2000" (eight styles, one in Hebrew)
  • "Gore for President in 2000"
  • "Another family for Gore"
  • "Veterans for Gore 2000"
  • "Another McCain supporter for Gore"
  • "Florida women for Gore. 80 years with the vote. 1920-2000"
  • "Gore-Lieberman 2000" (five styles, one with Star of David)
  • "Gore-Lieberman in 5761" (2000 = the year 5761 according to the Jewish calendar)
  • "African Americans for Gore-Lieberman 2000"
  • "Asian Pacific Americans for Gore-Lieberman 2000"
  • "Ganamos con Gore-Lieberman 2000"
  • "Latino Americans for Gore-Lieberman 2000"
  • "AFL-CIO for Gore-Lieberman" (American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations)
  • "Disability Rights. Gore-Lieberman 2000"
  • "Chutzpah! Gore-Lieberman 2000"
  • "A bagel in every toaster! Gore and Lieberman"
  • "America's next First Family. Al and Tipper Gore"
  • "Elect Tipper's husband Al for President"
  • "The Kiss" (with image of Al and Tipper Gore)
  • "The winning team for New York: President Al Gore. Senator Hillary Clinton"
  • "Sophie Gerson for delegate for Al Gore"
  • "It's the Supreme Court, stupid!" (National Abortion Rights Action League, two styles)

John Hagelin (Natural Law Party), 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Hagelin-Goldhaber. Anything's Possible".

(Nat Goldhaber, candidate for Vice President)


Orrin Hatch (Republican), 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two buttons:

  • "Orrin Hatch President"
  • "Unite America. Orrin Hatch 2000"

John Kasich (Republican), 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two buttons:

  • "John Kasich 2000"
  • "Americans for Kasich for President"

John Kerry (Democratic), 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Kerry for President".


Alan Keyes (Republican), 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Keyes for President".


Lyndon LaRouche (Democratic), 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button labelled: "LaRouche. Democrat for President".


John McCain (Republican), 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 4 items

Scope and Content:

Four buttons:

  • "McCain 2000" (two styles)
  • "I believe in John McCain"
  • "Americans for McCain 2000"

David McReynolds (Socialist U.S.A.), 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Vote Socialist. Jobs, peace and freedom. David McReynolds-Mary Cal Hollis 2000".

(Mary Cal Hollis, candidate for Vice President)


Monica Moorehead (Workers World), 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two buttons:

  • "Moorehead-LaRiva 2000. Workers World Party"
  • "Moorehead-LaRiva 2000. Workers World Party". "Jobs and schools, not jails!"

Ralph Nader (Green), 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 /

Extent: 4 items

Scope and Content:

Four buttons:

  • "Ralph Nader. Vote Green 2000"
  • "Nader-LaDuke. www.votenader.org"
  • "Green Party. Ralph Nader President. Winona La Duke Vice President"
  • "Hawaiians support Nader-LaDuke 2000"

Howard Phillips (Constitution), 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 6 items

Scope and Content:

Six buttons:

  • "Phillips 2000"
  • "Howard Phillips President 2000"
  • "Phillips-Sobran"
  • "Vote Phillips-Sobran 2000. Constitution Party"
  • "Constitution Party"
  • "Ask me about the Constitution Party. Principle over politics!"

((Michael) Joseph Sobran, candidate for Vice President)


Dan Quayle (Republican), 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two buttons:

  • "Dan Quayle 2000"
  • "Restore our values. Quayle 2000"

Robert Smith (Republican), 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Smith of New Hampshire for President".


Jesse Ventura (Reform), 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two buttons:

  • "Jesse The Mind Ventura. President 2000"
  • "Jesse The Body Ventura. President 2000"

J. C. Watts (Republican), 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "J. C. Watts President 2000".


Paul Wellstone (Democratic), 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two buttons:

  • "Paul Wellstone for President 2000. Envision a better America!"
  • "A Liberal Democrat. Paul Wellstone 2000"

Miscellaneous, 2000-1
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 5 items

Scope and Content:

Five buttons:

  • "W is for Women"
  • "Voters for Choice"
  • "Centre Debate 2000"
  • "Make breast cancer history: Vote!" (National Breast Cancer Coalition)
  • "Great Democratic Presidents of the United States" (with image of Jefferson, Jackson, Wilson, Roosevelt, Truman, Kennedy, Johnson, Carter and Clinton)

A.4.32   2004 Election, 2004


Joe Biden (Democratic), 2004
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Leadership for a change. Biden 2004".


Bill Bradley (Democratic), 2004
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Our next First Couple - Bill and Ernestine Bradley".


George W. Bush (Republican), 2004-5
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 39 items

Scope and Content:

Eight buttons with variations on the words: "Bush-Cheney" and "Re-elect Bush Cheney". Also:

  • "Keep America secure. Bush-Cheney 2004"
  • "Home sweet home. Re-elect Bush-Cheney" (with image of Bush, Cheney and the White House)
  • "Re-elect George and Laura"
  • "Re-elect our First Family. George and Laura Bush"
  • five inauguration buttons (one with image of the Bush family and the White House)
  • "Rest In Pieces" (with drawing of Osama Bin Laden and Saddam Hussein gravestones)

and anti-Bush/Cheney buttons:

  • "Weapons of Mass Destruction" (with image of Bush and Cheney crossed out)
  • "Here's another nice mess you've gotten me into" (with image of Bush as Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy pointing to Iraq)
  • "Jail to the thief"
  • "Impeach Bush"
  • "Get that warmonger out of the White House"
  • "Controversy...what controversy? Fahrenheit 9/11"
  • "Mama, don't let your sons grow up to be cowboys!"
  • "The George W. Bush solution to drugs in America: Don't ask, don't tell"
  • "You're fired!"
  • "Bush-Cheney 04" crossed out
  • "Buck Fush!"
  • "Somewhere in Texas a village is missing it's idiot"
  • "The new 2004 no CARB diet: No Cheney, No Ashcroft, No Rumsfeld, No Bush"
  • "ABB: Anybody But Bush"
  • "1000 points of light, 1 dim bulb" (image of Bush's head inside a lightbulb)
  • "President Bush is an Oxymoron"
  • "Join the MOB: Mothers Opposing Bush"
  • "...you know they're underprivileged anyway, so this, (chuckles) is working well for them" (quote by Bush, 6 Sept. 2005)
  • "Their last meal in the White House, Nov 2, 2004" (with image of the Bush Administration at the Last Supper)
  • "One term, just like his Daddy"
  • "Like father, like son. One term Presidents"
  • "Dumb fuck mountain"

Wesley Clark (Democratic), 2004
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "New Yorkers for Wesley K. Clark".


Howard Dean (Democratic), 2004
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 4 items

Scope and Content:
  • "Howard Dean for America" button and lapel pin
  • "The Doctor is in: Howard Dean for America" button
  • "Women for Dean. 84 years with the vote" button (with image of suffragette wearing a sash labelled "Dean 2004")

Earl Dodge (Prohibition), 2004
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Vote Prohibition in 2004. Dodge and Lydick".

(Howard Lydick, candidate for Vice President).


John Edwards (Democratic), 2004
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 4 items

Scope and Content:

Four buttons:

  • "Edwards for President"
  • "California for Edwards 04. Mar 2, 2004"
  • "Maryland for Edwards 2004"
  • "One America for all of us. Edwards 04"

Dick Gephardt (Democratic),2004
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "America needs Dick Gephardt".


John Kerry (Democratic), 2004
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 58 items

Scope and Content:

All are buttons unless otherwise stated:

  • "John Kerry President" (two styles)
  • "K 04"
  • "Our next President - John Kerry"
  • "A vision for a better America. John Kerry for President 2004"
  • "John Kerry. Our hope at the end of the rainbow"
  • "John Kerry. The courage to do what's right for America"
  • "Bound for greatness. John Kerry 2004" (with image of Kerry and Abraham Lincoln)
  • "If you want a safer America vote Kerry" (adaptation of a Howard Chandler Christy poster)
  • "I want John Kerry for President" (adaptation of a Howard Chandler Christy poster)
  • "Keep hope alive. Vote. Nov 2nd, 2004"
  • "Americans for John Kerry" (two styles)
  • "Maryland for Kerry"
  • "As New Hampshire goes, so goes the nation"
  • "John Kerry President - New York"
  • "Virginia for Kerry"
  • "Iowa patriot for John Kerry 2004"
  • "Women for John Kerry. President" (two styles, one includes the year)
  • "Women for Kerry 2004"
  • "Students for John Kerry. President"
  • "Veteran for Kerry" (two styles, one includes word " President")
  • "A patriot for Kerry 2004"
  • "New York environmentalists for John Kerry"
  • "Tennessee environmentalists for John Kerry"
  • "Virginia environmentalists for John Kerry"
  • "Machinists for Kerry"
  • "AFSCME for Kerry"
  • "CWA supports Kerry for President"
  • "Kerry, the dragon slayer" (with image of Kerry as a knight and Bush as a dragon)
  • "Kerry-Edwards" (four styles, two include the year)
  • "Kerry-Edwards. A Stronger America" (two styles, one includes the year)
  • "Victory"
  • "The dawning of a new day. John Kerry-John Edwards"
  • "Help is on the way. 2004 Vote Kerry-Edwards"
  • "Missouri for Kerry-Edwards 04"
  • "New Jersey for Kerry-Edwards 04"
  • "Republicans for Kerry-Edwards. Country before Party"
  • "North Carolina Labor for Kerry Edwards"
  • "NASCAR Dad for Kerry-Edwards"
  • "Sportsmen for Kerry Edwards"
  • "Veteran for Kerry-Edwards"
  • "Pro-life, pro-Kerry Edwards"
  • "Our next First Family. John and Teresa Kerry"
  • "One if by land, two if by sea, Kerry-Edwards is the team for me" (Democratic National Convention, with Paul Revere quote)
  • "North Carolina delegation supports Kerry-Edwards. Boston 2004"
  • "Boston's favorite sons"
  • "Kerry and Knowles for Alaska"

and anti-Kerry/Edwards buttons:

  • "Flush the Johns in 04"
  • "Flip flop Kerry"
  • Image of Kerry crossed out

Ralph Nader (Independent), 2004
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two buttons:

  • "Nader for President 2004"
  • "End war - vote peace"

Miscellaneous, 2004
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "MoveOn PAC Volunteer".

A.4.33   2008 Election, 2006-8


George Allen (Republican), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "George Allen for President 2008".


Gene Amondson (Prohibition), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Vote Prohibition. Amondson-Pletten 08. www.prohibitionists.org".

(Leroy Pletten, candidate for Vice President)


Evan Bayh (Democratic), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button labelled: "Bayh of Indiana. President 2008".


Joe Biden (Democratic), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:

Three buttons:

  • "Joe Biden. President 2008"
  • "Biden of Delaware. President 2008"
  • "Bold leader for a better America. Joe Biden for President 2008"

Michael Bloomberg (Independent), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 5 items

Scope and Content:

Five buttons:

  • "Bloomberg 2008"
  • "Bloomberg for President 2008" (two styles)
  • "An independent voice for America" (two styles)

Samuel Brownback (Republican), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two buttons:

  • "Brownback President 2008"
  • "For a stronger America and a better tomorrow. Sam Brownback 2008"

Wesley Clark (Democratic), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two buttons:

  • "Wesley Clark for President 2008"
  • "Wes Clark for President 08"

Hillary Clinton (Democratic), 2007-8
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 51 items

Scope and Content:

Fifty one buttons:

  • eighteen buttons with variations on the words: "Hillary Clinton for President 2008"
  • "America con Hillary"
  • "Solutions for America. Hillary for President 2008"
  • "We support Hillary for President 2008" (with image of Governor Corzine, Charles Rangel, Tom Vilsack and David Dinkins)
  • "Play it safe in 2008. Vote Hillary" (with baseball image)
  • "I'm in and I'm in to win! (announcement of candidacy, 21 Jan. 2007)
  • "The dawn of a new day. Clinton 08"
  • "Hillary 2008. America is Clinton country"
  • "The comeback kid! Hillary 2008"
  • "We can do it" (adaptation of a J. Howard Miller poster with Clinton as Rosie the Riveter)
  • "Let Hillary be Hillary"
  • "I want Hillary in 2008"
  • "The people's choice. Hillary 2008"
  • "A champion for women. Hillary Clinton in 2008"
  • "Californians for Hillary" (with image of Clinton and the Golden Gate Bridge)
  • "New Jersey wants Hillary 2008" (with image of Clinton and flowers)
  • "New Yorkers for Hillary 2008" (with image of Clinton and New York skyline)
  • "Southerners for Hillary. Feb 5th, 2008"
  • "Westsiders for Hillary 2008"
  • 'I found my voice in New Hampshire"
  • "Hillary 2008. Thank you! New Hampshire"
  • "Italian-Americans for Hillary for President"
  • "Irish-Americans for Hillary for President"
  • "Hispanic-Americans for Hillary / Americanos-Hispánicos para Hillary"
  • "Teachers for Hillary for President"
  • "Labor for Hillary 2008"
  • "Hearing impaired for Hillary for President"
  • "LGBT Americans for Hillary. Help make Hillary our 44th President"
  • "Hippies for Hillary"
  • "This deadhead wants Hillary Clinton"
  • "The team for our future. Clinton-Bayh 2008" (Evan Bayh)
  • "Vote for my Mom. Chelsea Clinton"

and anti-Clinton button:

  • "President Hillary" (with image of Edvard Munch's "The Scream" )

Howard Dean (Democratic), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 /

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Howard Dean. President 2008".


Christopher Dodd (Democratic), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Chris Dodd for President 2008".


John Edwards (Democratic), 2006-8
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 10 items

Scope and Content:

Ten buttons:

  • "John Edwards [for] President 2008" (two styles)
  • "For America. America for John Edwards"
  • "One America. John Edwards. Edwards for President 2008" (announcement of candidacy, 28 Dec. 2006)
  • "One America. John Edwards 2008"
  • "New Hampshire for Edwards 2008" (primary)
  • "New Jersey for Edwards for President 2008"
  • "Americans for John Edwards 2008"
  • "John Edwards for President 08. The campaign goes on"
  • "Our next First Family"

Russ Feingold (Democratic), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "America needs Feingold 2008. President".


Bill Frist (Republican), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Bill Frist President 2008".


Jim Gilmore (Republican), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two buttons: "Jim Gilmore for President" (one includes the year).


Newton 'Newt' Gingrich (Republican), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Newt Gingrich".


Rudolph 'Rudy' Giuliani (Republican), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 11 items

Scope and Content:

Eleven buttons:

  • "Rudy Giuliani 2008"
  • "Rudy 2008" (two styles)
  • "Rudy Giuliani. President 2008"
  • "America's Mayor. Rudy Giuliani 08"
  • "America needs Rudy for President 2008"
  • "I like Rudy. Rudy Giuliani for President 2008"
  • "Continue Republican leadership. Rudy Giuliani 2008"
  • "Floridians for Giuliani" (with image of Giuliani and orange trees)
  • "Christians for Giuliani" (with image of Pat Robertson)
  • "America's team. Giuliani-Romney 2008"

Al Gore (Democratic), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 5 items

Scope and Content:

Five buttons:

  • "Gore 2008"
  • "Al Gore for President 2008"
  • "Nobel Peace Prize 2007. President 2008"
  • "For earth's sake. Gore 2008"
  • "Americans for Gore"

Mike Gravel (Democratic), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two buttons: "Mike Gravel for President 2008".


Chuck Hagel (Republican), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two buttons:

  • "Chuck Hagel for President 2008"
  • "Leadership for tomorrow. Hagel for President 2008"

Mike Huckabee (Republican), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 6 items

Scope and Content:

Six buttons:

  • "Mike Huckabee for President 2008"
  • "Huckabee 2008. Restore America's greatness"
  • "Huckabee 2008. In the tradition of William Jennings Bryan"
  • "Faith Family Freedom. Mike Huckabee 2008"
  • "Mike Huckabee for President. Aw shucks, vote for Huck"
  • "Homeschoolers for Huckabee"

Duncan Hunter (Republican), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:

Three buttons:

  • "Duncan Hunter for President"
  • "Duncan Hunter 2008"
  • "Peace through strength. Vote Hunter 2008"

Dennis Kucinich (Democratic), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:

Three buttons:

  • "Dennis Kucinich for President [2008]" (two styles)
  • "Dennis and Elizabeth. Kucinich for President"

Alan Moore (Socialist), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "2008. Moore-Alexander. Socialist Party".

(Stewart Alexander, candidate for Vice President))


John McCain (Republican), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 51 items

Scope and Content:

Fifty one buttons:

  • eight buttons with variations on the words: "John McCain 2008" (one in Hebrew)
  • "A new leader. McCain 08"
  • "Senator. Soldier. Statesman. McCain 2008"
  • 'The comeback kid! McCain 2008"
  • "Restore faith and trust. McCain 2008"
  • "Experience. Leadership. Integrity. McCain 2008"
  • "Straight talking. McCain 2008"
  • "Ready from day one. McCain 2008" (two styles)
  • "Experience counts. McCain 08"
  • "Bold solutions. McCain 08"
  • "American hero. McCain 08"
  • "One man has our trust. McCain 08"
  • "Keep America strong. John McCain for President 2008" (with image of McCain and soldiers)
  • "Barack Obama, eloquent but empty. John McCain 2008"
  • "Mac is back! McCain for President"
  • "Mac is back!" (with image of McCain as Ronald MacDonald)
  • "The Mac is back"
  • "Another American for John McCain 2008"
  • "The man from the west. McCain 2008"
  • "Still caucusing for McCain", 3 Jan. 2008
  • "Veterans for McCain"
  • "Israel's best friend. America's best hope. McCain 2008"
  • "Vote McCain and drill!"
  • "Women for McCain-Palin 2008"
  • "Elect Gidget and the Geezer. McCain-Palin"
  • "Maverick and the Barracuda. McCain-Palin 08"
  • "Country First"
  • "We've got Palin power! McCain-Palin 2008"
  • "Hockey moms for McCain-Palin"
  • "Run, Sarah, run"
  • "Our next Vice President: Sarah Palin 2008"
  • "We can do it! Palin 2008" (adaptation of a J. Howard Miller poster with Palin's face superimposed onto Rosie the Riveter's)
  • "Our next First Family. McCain 2008"
  • "John and Cindy McCain welcome you to the Republican National Convention"
  • "McCain-Brownback. The right choice. 2008"
  • "McCain-Christ 2008"
  • "McCain-Jindal 2008"
  • "McCain-Romney 2008"

and anti-McCain/Palin buttons:

  • "The White House Senior Citizens Center"
  • image of McCain as Pinocchio and George W. Bush as Jiminy Cricket
  • "Vote for Putin. From his house he can see Alaska!"

Barack Obama (Democratic), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 111 items

Scope and Content:

One hundred and eleven buttons:

  • thirteen buttons with variations on the words: "Barack Obama for President 2008" (one with image of Martin Luther King)
  • "Barack" and "Obama"
  • "Obama" (three styles)
  • "Yes we can! Obama 08"
  • "Keep hope alive. Obama President 2008"
  • "Vote for change. Obama 08"
  • "Change we can believe in", 22 Apr. 2008
  • "A new generation for America. Barack Obama for President 2008"
  • "In the tradition of camelot. Obama 08" (with image of the Kennedys)
  • "Barack Obama. A profile in courage"
  • "I have a dream. 50 blue states!"
  • "Fulfilling the dream. Barack Obama 2008" (with image of Martin Luther King)
  • "Together we can change America!"
  • "Obama welcomes Democrats to the West", Aug. 2008
  • "Barack Obama. Vote Democratic"
  • "Obama Mania"
  • "Our next President welcomes you to Denver 2008"
  • "Yes we can. Victory. Nov 4th 2008"
  • "I have a dream. The dream lives on. August 28th 1963. August 28th 2008"
  • "Ask me how to volunteer for Obama 08"
  • "The dream realized 2008"
  • "Rural Americans for Obama"
  • "Georgia peach. Obama 08"
  • "New York loves Obama, Democratic National Convention, Denver, Colorado", Aug. 2008
  • "Texans for Obama"
  • "Iowans for Obama"
  • "Michiganders for Obama"
  • "Californians for Obama"
  • "Southerners for Obama. Super Tuesday", 5 Feb. 2008
  • "Democrats in the Heights 4 Obama"
  • "Ohio. Obama 2008", 4 Mar. 2008
  • "North Carolina. Obama 2008", 6 May 2008
  • "Independents for Obama"
  • "Republicans for Obama"
  • "Obama 08. Hy Vong"
  • "Progressive Catholics for Obama"
  • "UA supports Obama" (pipefitters, service techs, steamfitters, sprinklerfitters and plumbers)
  • "NEA for Obama 08. Education votes" (National Education Association)
  • "Labor for Obama" (two styles)
  • "Soccer moms for Obama"
  • "Obama Mama"
  • "White older women 4 Obama"
  • "Book lovers for Obama"
  • "The stars shine on Barack Obama in 2008" (with image of Scarlett Johansson, Stevie Wonder, George Clooney, Will Smith, Harry Conick Jr. and Macy Grey)
  • "Healthcare for all. Obama 08"
  • "Protecting our environment. Obama 08" (two styles)
  • "Obama Biden" (nine styles, some include the year)
  • "It's the economy. Obama-Biden"
  • "Obama-Biden...fired up and ready to vote"
  • "Change for the better"
  • "Obama-Biden 4 Thanksgiving. McCain-Palin 4 Halloween"
  • "Now we're talkin'. Change"
  • "Restoring America's economy" (two styles)
  • "Change we can believe in. Obama-Biden" (two styles)
  • "Election night Victory. President Barack Obama. Vice President Joseph Biden", 4 Nov. 2008
  • "Delaware. Proud to be the home of the next Vice President"
  • "Catholics for Obama-Biden"
  • "I'm an Obama-Biden kid"
  • "Change we can believe in. Obama-Biden 2008" (two styles, with image of Obama, Biden and their wives)
  • "America's First Family. Hope. Action. Change", 4 Nov. 2008
  • "Move over George and Laura. Here come Barack and Michelle"
  • "Barack the night away with Obama"
  • "Restoring Faith in America"
  • "Meet America's next President and First Lady"
  • "America's next First Families" (Democratic National Convention)
  • "The team for New York and America" (Democratic National Convention)
  • "Pennsylvania's team for America"
  • "Obama-Casey in 2008"
  • "Obama-Edwards 2008"
  • "Obama-McCaskill 2008"
  • "The team for America. Obama for President. Rangel for Congress"
  • "Obama-Richardson 2008"
  • "Obama-Sebelius 2008"
  • "Obama-Webb. That's the ticket! 2008"
  • "Texas showdown" (with image of Obama and Clinton), 21 Feb. 2008
  • "Victory. Yes we can (with image of Obama and Clinton), 4 Nov. 2008
  • "Divided we fall" (with image of Obama and Clinton)
  • "I, Barack Obama, do solemnly swear..." (inauguration button with images of former Presidents)
  • "We have climbed the mountain" (inauguration button with image of Martin Luther King)
  • "A birth of new freedom. Lincoln born 1809. 200 years later Obama inaugurated. Jan. 20, 2009" (with quote by, and image of Abraham Lincoln)
  • "A President for all America" (inauguration button)
  • "Not red states or blue states...'United States'" (inauguration button)
  • "A new day's dawning! President Barack Obama. Vice-President Joe Biden" (inauguration button)
  • "America's First Couple. The Obama's Inaugural" (inauguration button)
  • "One small step for man. One giant leap for mankind!" (inauguration button)
  • "World Premiere" (inauguration button)

and anti-Obama button: "Nope".


George Pataki (Republican), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Pataki of New York. President in 2008".


Ronald 'Ron' Paul (Republican), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:

Three buttons:

  • "Ron Paul. President 2008"
  • "Hope for America. Ron Paul for President 2008. Be a part of it"
  • "Ron Paul. Hope for America 2008"

Harry Reid (Democratic), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Harry Reid for President 2008".


Bill Richardson (Democratic), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 6 items

Scope and Content:

Six buttons:

  • ''Bill Richardson for President 08"
  • "Richardson for President 2008"
  • ''I'm caucusing for Richardson"
  • "Restore integrity. Bill Richardson 2008"
  • "America wants Bill Richardson for President"
  • "Vision. Leadership. Action. Bill Richardson for President 08"

Condoleezza Rice (Republican), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Condoleezza Rice for President 2008".


Mitt Romney (Republican), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 7 items

Scope and Content:

Seven buttons:

  • "Mitt Romney. President 2008"
  • "Mitt Romney for President 2008"
  • "Mitt 08. Mitt Romney for President"
  • "Tested. Proved. Romney 08"
  • "Romney for America. President 2008"
  • "The Morman, the merrier. Mitt Romney 2008"
  • "Another Conservative for Romney 2008"

Tom Tancredo (Republican), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Protect our borders. Tancredo of Colorado".


Fred Thompson (Republican), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 7 items

Scope and Content:

Seven buttons:

  • "Fred Thompson for President 2008" (two styles)
  • "The right leader for America. Thompson 08"
  • "My name is Fred Thompson and I'm running for President"
  • "The right conservative for our future. Fred Thompson 2008"
  • "Elect the D.A. President"
  • "In the tradition of Ronald Reagan. Fred Thompson for President 2008"

Tommy Thompson (Republican), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button labelled "Proven leadership. Strong values. Tommy Thompson 2008".


Tom Vilsack (Democratic), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Vilsack of Iowa. President 2008".


Mark Warner (Democratic), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Mark Warner of Virginia. President 2008".


Miscellaneous, 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 50

Extent: 5 items

Scope and Content:
  • button: "Steal your freedom" (with image of Republican elephant)
  • button: "CNN = Politics" (Republican National Convention)
  • button: "Campaign 2008. C-SPAN"
  • lapel pin: Republican elephant pin with words "LexisNexis"
  • lapel pin: "Republicans Abroad"

A.5   Objects, 1881-2008

A.5.1   1881

Note: Not an election.

James A. Garfield (Republican), 1881
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 55

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Memorial plate with image of Garfield, his dates and the words: "We mourn our nation's loss". Also includes the date he was shot, 2 Jul. {glass}.

A.5.2   1952-56 Election, 1952-6


Estes Kefauver (Democratic), 1952-6
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 55

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Bar of soap. Words on the packaging read: "Clean up crime and corruption! Clean out the Costello's! Kefauver means unity and victory. From coast to coast the people call for Kefauver" {soap, paper}.

A.5.3   1960 Election, 1960


John F. Kennedy (Democratic), 1960
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 55

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • flower corsage with Kennedy label {paper, metal}
  • plate with picture of Kennedy {ceramic}

Richard M. Nixon (Republican), 1960
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 55

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • charm bracelet with a heart pendant labelled "Nixon" {metal}
  • Nixon document folder {plastic, metal}

A.5.4   1964 Election, 1964


Barry Goldwater (Republican), 1964
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 55

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:
  • rain bonnet and cover labelled "Goldwater in 64" {plastic, metal}
  • handkerchief labelled "Goldwater" {fabric}

A.5.5   1968 Election, 1968


Richard M. Nixon (Republican), 1968
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 55

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • "Nebraskans for Nixon" noisemaker. Used at a University of Nebraska football game {plastic, metal}
  • dish with image of Nixon and words: "Richard M. Nixon 37th President" {ceramic}

George Wallace (Democratic), 1968
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 55

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Car bumper plate with picture of Wallace {metal}.

A.5.6   1972 Election, 1972


Richard M. Nixon (Republican), 1972
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 55

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Official Republican National Committee Nixon 1972 campaign medal produced by the Franklin Mint. Nixon profile on front, Republican elephant on reverse. With message of appreciation from Nixon {metal, plastic, card}.

A.5.7   1976 Election, 1976


James 'Jimmy' Carter (Democratic), 1976
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 55

Extent: 5 items

Scope and Content:
  • necklace and bracelet set. Pendant and clasp are in the shape of peanuts {metal}
  • tabard labelled "Carter and Mondale Hawaii" {fabric}
  • Playboy magazines for Nov. 1976 (containing Carter interview) and Mar. 1977 (containing follow up analysis)

A.5.8   1984 Election, 1984


Geraldine Ferraro (Democratic), 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 55

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Homemade banner collected at a pro-Ferraro rally in Boston: "Vote Ferraro. Put the Bush league out to pasture" {fabric}.


Walter Mondale (Democratic), 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 55

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

"Fight for Fritz" bubble gum in the shape of a cigar {bubble gum, plastic}.


Ronald Reagan (Republican), 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 55

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • "Reagan is right" bubble gum in the shape of a cigar {bubble gum, plastic}
  • t-shirt labelled "Reaganbusters. Don't get slimed again!" {fabric}

A.5.9   1988 Election, 1988


George H. W. Bush (Republican), 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 55

Extent: 4 items

Scope and Content:
  • Bush cling-on doll {fabric, plastic, metal}
  • hand fan {card, wood}
  • magnet: "Bush-Quayle 88"
  • ribbon: "Elect George Bush President and Dan Quayle Vice-Pres[ident]. Nov. 8" (with image of Republican elephant) {fabric}

Michael Dukakis (Democratic), 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 55

Extent: 13 items

Scope and Content:
  • five t-shirts including: "Dukakis-Bentsen. Democratic victory team 88" {fabric}
  • baseball cap: "Dukakis-Bentsen" {fabric, plastic, metal}
  • two headbands: "Dukakis-Bentsen" and "The Duke in 88" {fabric, plastic, card}
  • mug {ceramic}
  • "The Duke in 88" bubble gum in the shape of a cigar {bubble gum, plastic}
  • Dukakis cling-on doll {fabric, plastic, metal}
  • Dukakis puppet {plastic, metal, fabric}
  • watch {leather, metal, glass}

Jesse Jackson (Democratic), 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 55

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • t-shirt {fabric}
  • Jackson cling-on doll {fabric, plastic, metal}

A.5.10   1992 Election, 1992-3


George H. W. Bush (Republican), 1992
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 55

Extent: 14 items

Scope and Content:
  • car hanger: "Bush supporter on board" {plastic, card}
  • five pens: "Bush" and "Bush-Quayle" {plastic, metal}
  • baseball cap: "America's team. Bush-Quayle" {fabric, plastic, metal}
  • two eyeshades: "Bush and Quayle" and "Barbara and Marilyn" {fabric, plastic, card}
  • bandana with image of Bush and words: "Stand by the President 1992" {fabric, plastic, card}
  • three t-shirts including two produced for the Republican National Convention {fabric}
  • packet of Bush-Quayle forget-me-not seeds produced for the Republican National Convention {seeds, paper}

William 'Bill' Clinton (Democratic), 1992-3
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 55

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:
  • two "bells of hope" produced for Clinton's inauguration {metal}
  • t-shirt with image of Clinton playing the saxophone and words: "The cure for the blues. President Clinton" {fabric}

Ross Perot (Independent), 1992
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 55

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Penknife: "Ross H. Perot. Vote Independent" {metal, plastic}.

A.5.11   1996 Election, 1995-6


Lamar Alexander (Republican), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 55

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • baseball cap: "Lamar Alexander. Come on along!" {fabric, plastic, metal}
  • magnet with image of Alexander and words: "Come on along, America! Lamar Alexander for President"

Pat Buchanan (Republican), 1995-6
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 55

Extent: 4 items

Scope and Content:
  • three magnets including: "For all the right reasons…Buchanan for President"
  • t-shirt: "Go Pat Go! Buchanan for President" {fabric}

William 'Bill' Clinton (Democratic), 1995-7
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 55

Extent: 10 items

Scope and Content:
  • two balloons: "Clinton-Gore" {plastic}
  • hand mirror: "Clinton-Gore" {metal, glass}
  • glow in the dark glasses in the shape of 1996: "Re-elect Bill Clinton. Vote Democrat" {plastic}
  • desk calendar for the period Jan. 1995 to Jan. 1997 ("A two year week-by-week day-by-day countdown until the Clintons leave office") {paper, plastic, card}
  • "Bill Clinton's economic reform money clip" (with image of Clinton) {metal, card, plastic}
  • four magnets including: "Librarians for Clinton-Gore 96"

Robert 'Bob' Dole (Republican), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 55

Extent: 4 items

Scope and Content:
  • t-shirt {fabric}
  • baseball cap {fabric, plastic, metal}
  • two magnets: "I'm a Dole man!" and "Carpe Dole - seize the dullness" (with image of Dole)

Steve Forbes (Republican), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 55

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Baseball cap {fabric, plastic, metal}.


Phil Gramm (Republican), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 55

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:
  • baseball cap {fabric, plastic, metal}
  • two magnets: "Phil Gramm for President" (with image of Gramm) and "Phil Gramm. President 96. Because he makes sense!"

Miscellaneous, 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 55

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Matchbook with image of Bob Dole and Bill Clinton {card}.

A.5.12   2000 Election, 2000


Bill Bradley (Democratic), 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 55

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Bill Bradley primary card set (containing information about Bradley on the issues). 13 cards in a plastic case {card, plastic}.

A.5.13   2004 Election, 2004


George W. Bush (Republican), 2004
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 55

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • "Smush Bush" doll {plastic, card}
  • "Bushball cards" (aimed at the political right wing). 24 cards {card}

Howard Dean (Democratic), 2004
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 55

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

"You have the power!" pen in the shape of a baseball bat {wood, metal, plastic}.


John Kerry (Democratic), 2004
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 55

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:
  • t-shirt {fabric}
  • balloon: "Kerry-Edwards. A stronger America" {plastic}
  • Hand fan: "Kerry Edwards. A stronger America" {cardboard, wooden handle}

A.5.14   2008 Election, 2008


Hillary Clinton (Democratic), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 55

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • t-shirt: "Women for Hillary" {fabric}
  • nutcrackers in the shape of Hillary Clinton {plastic, metal, card}

John McCain (Republican), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 55

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • Russian doll in the shape of McCain {wood}
  • t-shirt: "No country for old men" (with image of McCain). Produced by the Young Democrats of Missouri {fabric}

Barack Obama (Democratic), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 55

Extent: 8 items

Scope and Content:
  • two t-shirts {fabric}
  • Obama doll {fabric, card, plastic}
  • baseball cap {fabric, plastic, metal}
  • two magnets: "Obama-Biden" and "Yes we can" (with image of Barack and Michelle Obama)
  • Obama presidential playing cards. 56 cards, boxed {card}
  • cross stitch picture of Obama (framed) from a chart published in The Cross Sticher magazine's "stitch a star" series {fabric, glass, metal, wood}

Ronald 'Ron' Paul (Democratic), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 55

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Gold chocolate coin.

B   U.S. Senate, 1968-2010

B.1   Literature 1968-2010

B.1.1   1968 Election, 1968


Daniel Inouye (Democratic, Hawaii), 1968
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 11 / 1

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

"Go for Broke", pamphlet containing a shortened version of Inouye's autobiography Journey to Washington (originally published in the Reader's Digest).

B.1.2   1970 Election, 1970


Bill Brock (Republican, Tennessee), 1970
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 11 / 1

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Sticker: "Bill Brock U.S. Senate".

B.1.3   1974 Election, 1974


Daniel Inouye (Democratic, Hawaii), 1974
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 11 / 1

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:

"Dan" sticker and two leaflets.

B.1.4   1978 Election, 1978


Dee Huddleston (Democratic, Kentucky), [1978]
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 11 / 1

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Invitation to an "Autumn evening" with Huddleston and Ron Mazzoli, 19 Oct., Louisville.


Paul Tsongas (Democratic, Massachusetts), 1978
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 11 / 1

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two leaflets.

B.1.5   1980 Election, 1980


Mark Andrews (Republican, North Dakota), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 11 / 1

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


Ed Conroy (Democratic, Maryland), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 11 / 1

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


Jeremiah Denton (Republican, Alabama), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 11 / 1

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


John Durkin (Democratic, New Hampshire), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 11 / 1

Extent: 4 items

Scope and Content:
  • circular letter from Durkin (paid for by Scientists and Engineers for John Durkin)
  • sticker: "Re-elect John Durkin United States Senator"
  • two leaflets

Slade Gorton (Republican, Washington), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 11 / 1

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two newspaper cuttings (political advertisements).


Jacob Javits (Republican, New York), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 11 / 1

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Newspaper cutting (political advertisement) with message from Albert Shanker, President of the United Federation of Teachers (paid for by Voice of Teachers in Education Committee on Political Education).


Russell B. Long (Democratic, Louisiana), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 11 / 1

Extent: 4 items

Scope and Content:
  • two leaflets
  • sticker: "Long"
  • newsletter: Long Notes, 1(1), Aug.

Warren Magnuson (Democratic, Washington), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 11 / 1

Extent: 8 items

Scope and Content:
  • seven newspaper cuttings (political advertisements)
  • memorandum from the Magnuson Campaign Press Director offering reporters the opportunity to view cities affected by ash fallout from Mount St. Helens, 10 July. Includes reprints of articles from the Seattle Times and Washington Star

Mac Mathias (Republican, Maryland), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 11 / 1

Extent: 6 items

Scope and Content:
  • two circular letters from Mathias to "Dear Fellow Marylander"
  • contribution / help card
  • three leaflets including a reprint of an article from The Sun, Oct.

V. Dallas Merrell (Republican, Maryland), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 11 / 1

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


R. Spencer Oliver (Democratic, Maryland), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 /

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


Warren Rudman (Republican, New Hampshire), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 11 / 1

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:
  • two leaflets
  • sticker: "Warren Rudman U.S. Senate. A Senator we can call our own"

William Scott (Communist, New York), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 11 / 1

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


Michael Soriano (Workers World, Illinois), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 11 / 1

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two newspaper cuttings from Workers World, Oct.


Tom Soto (Workers World, New York), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 11 / 1

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:
  • leaflet
  • two newspaper cuttings (articles) from Workers World, Oct.

Steven 'Steve' Symms (Republican, Idaho), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 11 / 1

Extent: 5 items

Scope and Content:
  • three stickers:
    • "Symms"
    • "Symms U.S. Senator"
    • "Senior citizens for Symms"
  • two leaflets including: "Apple Delights V" (recipes by Fran Symms)

(All items feature apple logo)

B.1.6   1982


K. Brown (Democratic, California), 1982
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 11 / 1

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Sticker: "Brown for United States Senate".


Victor Crawford (Democratic, Maryland), 1982
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 11 / 1

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


Donovan Finch (Republican, Maryland), 1982
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 11 / 1

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


Barry Goldwater (Republican, California), 1982
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 11 / 1

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Sticker: "Au H²O - 82".


Orrin Hatch (Republican, Utah), 1982
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 11 / 1

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Sticker: "Senator Orrin Hatch".


Larry Hogan (Republican, Maryland), 1982
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 11 / 1

Extent: 5 items

Scope and Content:
  • two leaflets
  • Sticker: "Hogan for U.S. Senate"
  • business card with biographical details about Hogan and the Baltimore Colts / Redskins 1982 schedule
  • newsletter: Hogan Senate Campaign News, 1(4), June

Henry M. 'Scoop' Jackson (Democratic, Washington), 1982
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 11 / 1

Extent: 4 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "Scoop in 82. U.S. Senate. Democrat"
  • three leaflets

Paul Sarbanes (Democratic, Maryland), 1982
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 11 / 1

Extent: 12 items

Scope and Content:
  • three stickers: "I support Senator Sarbanes"
  • circular letter from Sarbanes discussing the National Conservative Political Action Committee
  • two contribution / help cards
  • memorandum from Citizens for Sarbanes to Sarbanes Neighborhood Volunteers, Fall
  • five leaflets including Sarbanes' re-election announcement statement, 28 June, and an endorsement from the Council for a Livable World

Pete Wilson (Republican, California), 1982
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 11 / 1

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Sticker: "Pete Wilson's swat team. Goodbye Jerry Brown".

B.1.7   1984 Election, 1981-4


Michael Connolly (Democratic, Massachusetts), 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 11 / 2

Extent: 20 items

Scope and Content:
  • two stickers: "Mike Connolly [for] U.S. Senate"
  • eighteen leaflets

Millicent Fenwick (Republican, New Jersey), 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 11 / 2

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "Fenwick for U.S. Senate"
  • leaflet
  • envelope

Joan Growe (Democratic, Minnesota), 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 11 / 2

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:
  • circular telegram of support from Geraldine Ferraro
  • leaflet
  • contribution card

Jesse Helms (Republican, North Carolina), 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 11 / 2

Extent: 11 items

Scope and Content:
  • two photographs of Helms and family (copies on card)
  • card for Helms supporters to send to their friends in North Carolina (with image of Helms and Reagan)
  • six leaflets
  • newsletter: Jesse's News, 1(1)
  • anti-Helms sticker: "I'm from North Carolina and I don't support Jesse Helms"

John Kerry (Democratic, Massachusetts), 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 11 / 2

Extent: 8 items

Scope and Content:
  • two circular letters from Kerry
  • two contribution cards
  • three leaflets including an endorsement from supporters of the Nuclear Freeze Movement
  • newspaper cutting (political advertisement) with endorsement from Massachusetts Freeze Vote 84*

*the cutting also endorses other "Freeze candidates


Barbara Leonard (Republican, Rhode Island), 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 11 / 2

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


Charles Percy (Republican, Illinois), 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 11 / 2

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Circular letter from Percy.


Elliot Richardson (Republican, Massachusetts), 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 11 / 3

Extent: 10 items

Scope and Content:
  • two stickers: "For Senator Elliot Richardson"
  • contribution / volunteer card
  • invitation to "a salute to Anne and Elliot Richardson", 12 Dec., Boston
  • five leaflets
  • newsletter: Richardson for Senator: Campaign Update, 1(2), June

Ray Shamie (Republican, Massachusetts), 1981-4
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 11 / 3

Extent: 12 items

Scope and Content:
  • three stickers:
    • "Ray Shamie U.S. Senate" (two styles)
    • "Democrats and Independents for Ray Shamie"
  • two circular letters from Shamie
  • four leaflets including a reprint of an article from Industry Week, Oct. 1981
  • three newspaper cuttings (political advertisements) including one paid for by the Mid-American Conservative Political Action Committee

Jim Shannon (Democratic, Massachusetts), 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 11 / 3

Extent: 7 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "Jim Shannon U.S. Senate"
  • press release: "Shannon endorsed by Older Americans", 23 Aug.
  • flyer announcing the last U.S. senatorial forum before the Massachusetts Democratic primary, 6 Sep., University of Lowell
  • two leaflets
  • newspaper cutting (political advertisement)
  • newspaper cutting (article) from Saving Social Security, Aug., endorsing Shannon as a "Friend of Social Security" (along with Ted Kennedy and Claude Pepper). Newsletter of the National Committee to Preserve Social Security

Paul Simon (Democratic, Illinois), 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 11 / 3

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:
  • circular letter from Simon
  • leaflet
  • contribution card

Paul Tsongas (Democratic, Massachusetts), 1983-4
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 11 / 3

Extent: 8 items

Scope and Content:
  • two circular letters from Tsongas discussing interest and dividend income and the "New Right"
  • circular letter of support from Congressman Morris Udall to "Dear Fellow Environmentalist"
  • contribution / volunteer card
  • two leaflets including a reprint of an article from the New England Sierran, Sept. 1983
  • two newsletters:
    • Senator Paul Tsongas Reports, Autumn 1983
    • Senator Paul Tsongas Reports, Winter 1984

Ted Wilson (Democratic, Utah), 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 11 / 3

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Circular letter from the Wilson for Utah Committee.

B.1.8   1986 Election, 1985-6


Mark Andrews (Republican, North Dakota), 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 12 / 1

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Sticker: "Andrews 86".


Michael Barnes (Democratic, Maryland), 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 12 / 1

Extent: 21 items

Scope and Content:

Circular letter from the Mike Barnes for Senate Committee enclosing the following campaign materials:

  • sticker: "Barnes U.S. Senate"
  • contribution card
  • eighteen leaflets

Alan Cranston (Democratic, California), 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 12 / 1

Extent: 33 items

Scope and Content:
  • two stickers: "Cranston U.S. Senate. Nov. California. CA 86"
  • twenth eight leaflets (probably part of a press pack)
  • three newspaper cuttings (articles) from California Magazine, Mercury News and Los Angeles Times, Apr.-June

Alfonse D'Amato (Republican, New York), 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 12 / 1

Extent: 6 items

Scope and Content:
  • two stickers: "D'Amato U.S. Senate" and "Senator D'Amato"
  • circular letter from D'Amato to "Dear Fellow New Yorkers" discussing the crime bill
  • press release: "Senator D'Amato announces reelection bid. Getting it done for New York"
  • pamphlet: "Senator Al D'Amato. Getting it done"
  • photograph of D'Amato

Chris Dodd (Democratic, Connecticut), 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 12 / 1

Extent: 5 items

Scope and Content:
  • two leaflets
  • photograph of Dodd
  • Dodd's schedule for 20-24 Mar
  • press release: "U.S. Senator Christopher J. Dodd declares his candidacy for reelection", 20 Mar.

Bob Edgar (Democratic, Pennsylvania), 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 12 / 2

Extent: 10 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "Bob Edgar for U.S. Senate"
  • three leaflets
  • six newspaper cuttings (articles) from the Congressional Quarterly, Patriot News, Philadelphia Inquirer, (Pennsylvania) Observer and Washington Post, May-June

Wendell Ford (Democratic, Kentucky), 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 12 / 2

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:
  • leaflet
  • two stickers: "Ford for Senator" and "U.S. Senator Ford 86" (with image of him)

Wyche Fowler (Democratic, Georgia), 1985-6
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 12 / 2

Extent: 14 items

Scope and Content:

Circular letter from Fowler enclosing the following campaign materials:

  • sticker: "We want Wyche! Wyche Fowler Senator 86"
  • contribution card
  • five leaflets including a reprint of an article from the Atlanta Constitution, Sept. 1985
  • three newsletters:
    • Congressman Wyche Fowler Reports on Crime, Mar. 1985
    • Congressman Wyche Fowler Reports from Washington, Dec. 1985
    • Wyche Fowler Campaign Newsletter, Feb. 1986
  • three newspaper cuttings (articles) from the Atlanta Constitution and Atlanta Journal, Mar.-May 1986

Jake Garn (Republican, Utah), 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 12 / 2

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Sticker: "Senator Jake Garn".


Bob Graham (Democratic, Florida), 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 12 / 2

Extent: 5 items

Scope and Content:

[Press] folder containing the following campaign materials:

  • sticker: "Graham for U.S. Senate"
  • election results for the 1978 and 1982 Governor's races (Graham vs. Eckerd, Graham vs. Bafalis)
  • two leaflets including a reprint of an article from the Miami Herald, Jan.

Paula Hawkins (Republican, Florida), 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 12 / 2

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Sticker: "Paula Hawkins. Unique. Irreplaceable".


Fritz Hollings (Democratic, South Carolina), 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 12 / 2

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


Daniel Inouye (Democratic, Hawaii), 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 12 / 2

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


Bob Kasten (Republican, Wisconsin), 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 12 / 2

Extent: 4 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "Kasten U.S. Senate"
  • newsletter: Bob Kasten's Victory Times (convention edition)
  • two leaflets including a reprint of an article from the Kasten Victory Times (first edition)

Patrick Leahy (Democratic, Vermont), 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 12 / 3

Extent: 5 items

Scope and Content:

Circular letter from the Leahy for U.S. Senate Campaign enclosing the following campaign materials:

  • sticker: "1-800-Leahy 86"
  • leaflet
  • transcripts of two Leahy television advertisements

Mack Mattingly (Democratic, Georgia), 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 12 / 3

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "Mattingly U.S. Senate"
  • leaflet

John McCain (Republican, Arizona), 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 12 / 3

Extent: 7 items

Scope and Content:

Circular letter from the John McCain for Senate Campaign enclosing the following campaign materials:

  • two stickers:
    • "John McCain U.S. Senate"
    • "Another Democrat for John McCain U.S. Senate"
  • four leaflets including reprints of articles from the Washington Post and other newspapers (titles unknown)

Barbara Mikulski (Democratic, Maryland), 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 12 / 3

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two leaflets including an anti-Mikulski leaflet paid for by Concerned Voters of Maryland.


Mike Schaeffer (Republican, Maryland), 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 12 / 3

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


Steven 'Steve' Symms (Republican, Idaho), 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 12 / 3

Extent: 14 items

Scope and Content:

[Press] folder (with image of Symms and Ronald Reagan) containing the following campaign materials:

  • sticker: "Steve Symms Senator for Idaho"
  • contribution / volunteer card
  • six leaflets including reprints of articles from the Idahonian and Washington Times, Mar.-May
  • five newsletters:
    • 86 Victory Report, 1 (first edition)
    • Finance Newsletter, Jan.
    • Finance Newsletter, Feb.
    • Finance Newsletter, Apr.
    • Finance Newsletter, May

(Most of the items have apple logo)


Tim Wirth (Democratic, Colorado), 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 12 / 3

Extent: 10 items

Scope and Content:

[Press] folder containing the following campaign materials:

  • two stickers: "Wirth"
  • Committee for Wirth contact details
  • two leaflets including a summary of the 1986 Colorado Senate race
  • newspaper cuttings (articles) from the Almanac of American Politics, Rocky Mountain News and Daily Times Call, Jan.

Ed Zschau (Republican, California), 1985-6
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 12 / 3

Extent: 22 items

Scope and Content:

Circular letter from the Ed Zschau for U.S. Senate Campaign enclosing the following campaign materials:

  • two stickers: "Ed Zschau for U.S. Senate"
  • contribution / volunteer card
  • four leaflets
  • Campaign newsletter, 20 May 1986
  • thirteen newspaper cuttings (articles) from the Los Angeles Herald Examiner, Los Angeles Times, Palo Alto Weekly, Sacramento Bee, San Diego Union, San Francisco Chronicle and San Jose Mercury News, Nov. 1985-May 1986

B.1.9   1988 Election, 1985-8


Don Bonker (Democratic, Washington), 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 13 / 1

Extent: 11 items

Scope and Content:
  • circular letter from Bonker
  • circular letter of support from Congressmen Tom Lantos and Sam Gejdenson discussing the Jewish Community
  • two contribution / volunteer cards
  • sticker: "I'm a Bonker backer. U.S. Senate 1988"
  • five leaflets
  • pamphlet: "Don Bonker Prospectus"

Pete Dawkins (Republican, New Jersey), 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 13 / 1

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "Pete Dawkins U.S. Senate"
  • leaflet

David Durenberger (Republican, Minnesota), 1986-8
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 13 / 1

Extent: 7 items

Scope and Content:
  • two stickers:
    • "Dave Durenberger. My U.S. Senator"
    • "Re-elect U.S. Senator Dave Durenberger"
  • signed photograph of Durenberger
  • two leaflets
  • two newsletters:
    • The Durenberger Report: U.S. Senator Dave Durenberger Reports to Minnesota, 2(1), Summer 1986
    • Campaign Update: An insider's look at the 1988 Durenberger campaign, 1(2), Nov. 1987

Hubert 'Skip' Humphrey III (Democratic, Minnesota), 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 13 / 1

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


Edward 'Ted' Kennedy (Democratic, Massachusetts), 1985-8
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 13 / 1

Extent: 5 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "Kennedy"
  • circular letter from Kennedy
  • contribution card
  • newspaper cutting (political advertisement)
  • newsletter:Senator Edward M. Kennedy Reports to Massachusetts, May 1985

Alan Keyes (Republican, Maryland), 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 13 / 1

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


Connie Mack (Republican, Florida), [1987]-8
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 13 / 1

Extent: 6 items

Scope and Content:
  • two stickers: "Connie Mack [for] U.S. Senate" (with baseball image)
  • two Christmas cards from the Mack family, [1987-8]
  • two leaflets

Buddy MacKay (Democratic, Florida), 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 13 / 1

Extent: 5 items

Scope and Content:
  • two stickers:
    • "MacKay U.S. Senate"
    • "MacKay. Whose buddy is he? My buddy"
  • circular letter from MacKay
  • postcard (voting reminder)
  • contribution card

Daniel Patrick Moynihan (Democratic, New York), 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 13 / 1

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Newsletter: Letter to New York, 10 Mar.


Pete Wilson (Republican, California), 1987-8
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 13 / 1

Extent: 7 items

Scope and Content:

[Press] folder containing the following campaign materials:

  • two stickers: "RePete Wilson" and "RePete 88. Wilson for U.S. Senate"
  • two leaflets
  • pamphlet: "Californians for U.S. Senator Pete Wilson"
  • booklet: "U.S. Senator Pete Wilson. Leadership 1983-1987" (Wilson's views on the issues)

B.1.10   1990 Election, 1989-90


Ben Bagert (Republican, Louisiana), 1989-90
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 13 / 2

Extent: 5 items

Scope and Content:
  • three leaflets
  • newspaper cutting (article) from the Lake Charles American Press, July 1990
  • Louisiana's Disappearing Wetland Habitat by Bagert, Summer 1989. Proceeds to benefit the Coastal Restoration Foundation

David Duke (Republican, Louisiana), 1990
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 13 / 2

Extent: 5 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "David Duke. U.S. Senate"
  • two anti-Duke leaflets (Louisiana Coalition Political Action Committee)
  • two anti-Duke newspaper cuttings (article and cartoon) from the [Times-Picayune]

Bennett Johnston (Democratic, Louisiana), 1990
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 13 / 2

Extent: 6 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "Johnston our Senator"
  • five leaflets

John Kerry (Democratic, Massachusetts), 1990
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 13 / 2

Extent: 8 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "John Kerry U.S. Senate"
  • six leaflets
  • flyer advertising Kerry rally, 5 Nov., Boston, with Kate Michelman (Executive Director of the National Abortion Rights Action League)

Jim Rappaport (Republican, Massachusetts), 1990
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 13 / 2

Extent: 19 items

Scope and Content:
  • thre stickers: "Jim Rappaport U.S. Senate"
  • contribution / volunteer card
  • four leaflets
  • memorandum comparing Kerry and Rappaport: "The Groundswell in Massachusetts",10 Aug.
  • ten issues of the newsletter Policy and Issues, 1-10, Nov. 1989-Sept. 1990

B.1.11   1992 Election, 1992


Geraldine Ferraro (Democratic, New York), 1992
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 13 / 3

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:
  • circular letter from Ferraro
  • contribution card
  • leaflet

Barbara Mikulski (Democratic, Maryland), 1992
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 13 / 3

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "Mikulski U.S. Senate"
  • leaflet

Alfred 'Al' Sharpton (Democratic, New York), 1992
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 13 / 3

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two newspaper cuttings (political advertisements).


Lynn Yeakel (Democratic, Pennsylvania), 1992
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 /

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two leaflets.

B.1.12   1994 Election, 1994


Jeff Bingaman (Democratic, New Mexico), 1994
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 13 / 4

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:

Three leaflets.


Bernadette Castro (Republican, New York), 1994
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 13 / 4

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


Michael Huffington (Republican, California), 1994
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 13 / 4

Extent: 10 items

Scope and Content:

[Press] folder containing the following campaign materials:

  • business card
  • contribution / volunteer card
  • sticker: "Huffington United States Senate"
  • six leaflets including: "Women for Huffington charter statement"

Bob Kerrey (Democratic, Nebraska), 1994
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 13 / 4

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Sticker: "Kerrey".


Daniel Moynihan (Democratic, New York), 1994
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 13 / 4

Extent: 5 items

Scope and Content:
  • leaflet
  • circular [telegram] from Moynihan
  • invitations to a Moynihan reception, 26 Oct. and election night party, 8 Nov. in New York City
  • newspaper cutting (article) from the Brooklyn Daily Bulletin, Oct.

B.1.13   1996 Election, 1995-6


Tim Davis (Grassroots, Minnesota), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 14 / 1

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:
  • business card
  • two leaflets including "The Grassroots Party of Minnesota"

Dick Durbin (Illinois) , 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 14 / 1

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Newspaper cutting (article) from Chicago Life, Sept.-Oct.


Chuck Hagel (Republican, Nebraska), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 14 / 1

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two leaflets.


Tom Harkin (Democratic, Iowa), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 14 / 1

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Sticker: "Harkin U.S. Senate".


John Kerry (Democratic, Massachusetts), 1995
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 14 / 1

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Circular letter from Kerry discussing the National Rifle Association.


Patty Murray (Democratic, Washington), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 14 / 1

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:
  • circular letter from Murray
  • contribution / volunteer card
  • leaflet (containing extracts from newspapers)

Ben Nelson (Democratic, Nebraska), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 14 / 1

Extent: 8 items

Scope and Content:
  • two stickers: "[Ben] Nelson U.S. Senate"
  • business card
  • contribution / volunteer card
  • four invitations to Nelson events, Sept.-Oct., including a reception organised by Physicians for Nelson (17 Sept.) and a "volunteer appreciation breakfast" with Nelson and Bob Kerry (14 Oct.)

Maggie Tinsman (Republican, Iowa), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 14 / 1

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • contribution / volunteer card
  • leaflet

Mark Warner (Democratic, Virginia), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 14 / 1

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "Mark not John" (John Warner, the incumbent)
  • leaflet

William Weld (Republican, Massachusetts), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 /

Extent: 8 items

Scope and Content:
  • circular letter from Weld
  • contribution / volunteer card
  • two stickers: "Weld U.S. Senate" and "Another Independent for Weld U.S. Senate"
  • three leaflets including Weld's remarks at his announcement rally in Boston, 27 Mar.
  • newspaper cutting (article) from the Boston Globe, Apr.

Peggy Wilson (Republican, Louisiana), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 14 / 1

Extent: 9 items

Scope and Content:
  • two stickers: "Peggy Wilson U.S. Senate"
  • contribution card
  • leaflet
  • information for volunteers (3 items)
  • newspaper cutting (article) from the [Times-Picayune], Mar.
  • pamphlet: "One strong Mayor. How can we begin at once to restore leadership and strength to the City of New Orleans' Executive Office"

B.1.14   2000 Election, 2000


Jeff Bingaman (Democratic, New Mexico), 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 14 / 2

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


Tom Campbell (Republican, California), 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 14 / 2

Extent: 5 items

Scope and Content:

Circular letter from the Tom Campbell for Senate Campaign enclosing the following campaign materials:

  • two stickers: "Tom Campbell for U.S. Senate"
  • two leaflets

Tom Carper (Democratic, Delaware), 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 14 / 2

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

two stickers: "Carper 2000 Senate".


Hillary Clinton (Democratic, New York), 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 14 / 2

Extent: 8 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "Hillary for U.S. Senate"
  • two circular letters from Clinton
  • circular letter from the Hillary Rodham Clinton for U.S. Senate Committee discussing Rudy Giulani
  • two contribution cards
  • two leaflets

Rod Grams (Republican, Minnesota), 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 14 / 2

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • leaflet
  • booklet: "Rod Grams' plan for a better Minnesota and America: because actions speak louder than words"

Carla Howell (Libertarian, Massachusetts), 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 14 / 2

Extent: 4 items

Scope and Content:

Circular letter from Howell enclosing the following campaign materials:

  • sticker: "Carla Howell. Libertarian. U.S. Senate. Small government is beautiful"
  • information about obtaining more campaign materials (2 items)

Rick Lazio (Republican, New York), 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 14 / 2

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet (anti-Lazio): "Newt Gingrich. Important historical figure? Rick Lazio says he has no regrets about voting for Gingrich's radical agenda" (New York State Democratic Committee).


Ben Nelson (Democratic, Nebraska), 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 14 / 2

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "Ben Nelson. Solid as Nebraska"
  • newsletter: The Nelson Times: A U.S. Senate Perspective, Fall (2 versions)

Debbie Stabenow (Democratic, Michigan), 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 14 / 2

Extent: 4 items

Scope and Content:
  • two stickers: "[Debbie] Stabenow for U.S. Senate"
  • two leaflets

B.1.15   2002 Election, 2002


Paul Wellstone (Democratic, Minnesota) 2002
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 14 / 3

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Contribution / pledge card.

B.1.16   2004 Election, 2004


Barbara Mikulski (Democratic, Maryland), 2004
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 14 / 3

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Sticker: "Stick with Mikulski. Democrat 2004".


E. J. Pipkin (Republican, Maryland), 2004
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 14 / 3

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


Bernard 'Bernie' Sanders (Independent, Vermont), 2004
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 14 / 3

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


Art Small (Democratic, Iowa), 2004
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 14 / 3

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "Think big vote Small"
  • leaflet

B.1.17   2006 Election, 2006


Ben Cardin (Democratic, Maryland), 2006
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 14 / 3

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Sticker: "Ben Cardin Senate 2006"


Bob Casey (Democratic, Pennsylvania), 2006
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 14 / 3

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:

Three leaflets paid for by Working America: Pennsylvania.


Hillary Clinton (Democratic, New York), 2006
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 14 / 3

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


Joseph 'Joe' Lieberman (Democratic, Connecticut), 2006
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 14 / 3

Extent: 6 items

Scope and Content:

Six leaflets paid for by the Credit Union Legislative Council of America.

These leaflets relate to the Democratic primary. Lieberman lost, then ran successfully for Senate as an Independent.


Richard 'Rick' Santorum (Republican, Pennsylvania), 2006
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 14 / 3

Extent: 13 items

Scope and Content:
  • six stickers:
    • "Santorum U.S. Senate"
    • "Santorum 2006"
    • "Farmers for Santorum"
    • "Firefighters for Rick Santorum"
    • "I'm a woman and I'm with Rick"
    • "NRA sportsmen for Santorum" (National Rifle Association)
  • six pro-Santorum leaflets including an endorsement from the American Association of Neurological Surgeons Political Action Committee
  • one anti-Santorum leaflet paid for by the Pennsylvania Democratic State Committee

B.1.18   2008 Election, 2008


Jeff Beatty (Republican, Massachusetts), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 14 / 4

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Flyer.


Norm Coleman (Republican, Minnesota), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 14 / 4

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:

Three leaflets.


Dick Durbin (Democratic, Illinois), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 14 / 4

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "Dick Durbin U.S. Senate"
  • pamphlet: "U.S. Senator Dick Durbin. Working hard for change"

Al Franken (Democratic, Minnesota), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 14 / 4

Extent: 23 items

Scope and Content:
  • circular letter of support from State Senator Kevin Dahle
  • twelve pro-Franken leaflets including endorsements from the League of Rural Voters and the Planned Parenthood Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota Action Fund
  • ten anti-Franken leaflets paid for by the National Republican Senatorial Committee, Republican Party of Minnesota, and Coalition for a Democratic Workplace

Jim Gilmore (Republican, Virginia), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 14 / 4

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


Jack Nelson-Pallmeyer (Democratic, Minnesota), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 14 / 4

Extent: 4 items

Scope and Content:

Four leaflets.


Jeanne Shaheen (Democratic, New Hampshire), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 14 / 4

Extent: 10 items

Scope and Content:
  • six leaflets
  • sticker: "Jeanne Shaheen. A new direction"
  • flyer advertising a Shaheen rally (with Bill Clinton), Nashaua, 2 Nov.
  • door hanger (New Hampshire voting reminder)
  • information for volunteers canvassing door-to-door for Shaheen and Obama

Gary Siplin (Democratic, Florida), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 14 / 4

Extent: 10 items

Scope and Content:
  • two pro-Siplin leaflets paid for by Democrats for Truth
  • eight anti-Siplin leaflets paid for by Integrity for Our Families and the Republican Party of Florida

B.1.19   2010 Election, 2010


Sharron Angle (Republican, Nevada), 2010
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 14 / 5

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet (anti-Angle) paid for by Friends of Harry Reid.


Barbara Boxer (Democratic, California), 2010
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 14 / 5

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet paid for by the Service Employees International Union.


Charlie Crist (Independent, Florida), 2010
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 14 / 5

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two sitckers: "Charlie Crist for U.S. Senate".


Alexander 'Alexi' Giannoulias (Democratic, Illinois), 2010
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 14 / 5

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:

Three leaflets.


Mark Kirk (Republican, Illinois), 2010
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 14 / 5

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two leaflets, one paid for by the American Society of Anesthesiologists Political Action Committee.


Kendrick Meek (Democratic, Florida), 2010
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 14 / 5

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two leaflets.


Harry Reid (Democratic, Nevada), 2010
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 14 / 5

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Sticker: "Harry Reid U.S. Senator".


Marco Rubio (Republican, Florida), 2010
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 14 / 5

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "Marco2010. Rubio U.S. Senate"
  • leaflet paid for by American Crossroads

B.2   Posters, 1974-2010

B.2.1   1974 Election, 1974


Dan Inouye (Republican, North Dakota), 1974
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 45

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two posters with image of Inouye. Card, colour. 280mm x 330mm.

B.2.2   1980 Election, 1980


Mark Andrews (Republican, North Dakota), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 45

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Poster with image of Andrews. Paper, colour. 430mm x 560mm.


Jeremiah Denton (Republican, Alabama), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 45

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Poster. Card, colour. 360mm x 360mm.


John Durkin (Democratic, New Hampshire), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 45

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Poster with image of Durkin. Paper, colour. 350mm x 430mm. On the reverse: "There are thousands of good reasons to re-elect Senator John Durkin. Here are a hundred of them".

B.2.3   1984 Election, 1984


Mike Connolly (Democratic, Massachusetts), 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 45

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Poster with image of Connolly. Card, colour. 430mm x 280mm.


John Kerry (Democratic, Massachusetts), [1984]
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 45

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Poster. Card, colour. 1120mm x 710mm.

B.2.4   1986 Election, 1986


Ed Zschau (Republican, California), 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 45

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:

Three posters with image of Zschau. Card, colour and black and white. All 430mm x 630mm.

B.2.5   1988 Election, 1988


David Durenberger (Republican, Minnesota), 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 45

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Poster with image of Durenberger. Paper, colour. 560mm x 870mm.

B.2.6   1992 Election, 1992


Carol Moseley-Braun (Democratic, Illinois), 1992
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 45

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Poster with image of Moseley-Braun. Paper, colour. 280mm x 440mm.

B.2.7   1994 Election, 1994


Bernadette Castro (Republican, New York), 1994
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 45

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Poster. Card, colour. 430mm x 410mm.


Alfred 'Al' Sharpton (Democratic, New York), 1994
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 45

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Poster. Card, colour. 560mm x 430mm.

B.2.8   1996 Election, 1996


Tom Harkin (Democratic, Iowa), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 45

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two posters. Colour, plastic (670mm x 410mm) and card (430mm x 280mm).


John Kerry (Democratic, Massachusetts), [1996]
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 /

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Poster. Card, colour. 1120mm x 710mm.


Ben Nelson (Democratic, Nebraska), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 45

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two posters. Colour, plastic (660mm x 410mm) and card (450mm x 210mm).


Robert Torricelli (New Jersey, Democratic), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 45

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Poster. Card, colour. 560mm x 270mm.


William Weld (Massachusetts, Republican) 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 45

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Poster. Card, colour. 710mm x 560mm.

B.2.9   2004 Election, 2004


Art Small (Democratic, Iowa), 2004
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 45

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Poster. Plastic, black and white. 390mm x 520mm.

B.2.10   2006 Election, 2006


Bob Casey (Democratic, Pennsylvania), 2006
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 45

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Poster. Plastic, colour. 660mm x 410mm.


Hillary Clinton (Democratic, New York), 2006
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 45

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Poster. Card, colour. 670mm x 410mm.

B.2.11   2008 Election, 2008


Jeanne Shaheen (Democratic, New Hampshire), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 45

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:

Three posters. Colour, card (560mm x 360mm, two styles) and plastic (760mm x 520mm).


John Sununu (Republican, New Hampshire), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 45

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two posters. Plastic, colour. 670mm x 400mm and 820mm x 510mm. 1 of the posters also mentions Bush.

B.2.12   2010 Election, 2010


Alexi Giannoulias (Democratic, Illinois), 2010
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 45

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Poster. Card, colour. 560mm x 410mm.


Mark Kirk (Republican, Illinois), 2010
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 45

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Poster. Plastic, colour. 620mm x 410mm.

B.3   Audio visual, 2000

B.3.1   2000 Election, 2000


Tom Campbell (Republican, California), 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 49

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Campaign video (VHS) and DVD produced by Roy Fletcher Incorporated.

B.4   Buttons, 1970-2010

B.4.1   1970 Election, 1970


Stuart Symington (Democratic, Missouri), 1970
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 51

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Youth with Symington".


Ralph Yarborough (Democratic, Texas), 1970
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 51

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button with image of Yarborough and words: "Re-elect Ralph Yarborough".

B.4.2   1972 Election, 1972


Edward Brooke (Republican, Massachusetts), 1972
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 51

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Brooke United States Senator".


Dick Clark (Democratic, Iowa), 1972
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 51

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Clarke U.S. Senate".

B.4.3   1976 Election, 1976


Vance Hartke (Democratic, Indiana), 1976
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 /

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

"Hartke for Senator" tab in the shape of a heart with a key through it.

B.4.4   1980 Election, 1980


Mark Andrews (Democratic, North Dakota), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 51

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button with image of Andrews and words: "Mark Andrews. Today...a great Congressman. On Nov 4...a great Senator".


Jeremiah Denton (Democratic, Alabama), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 51

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Denton U.S. Senate".


John Durkin (Democratic, New Hampshire), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 51

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Re-elect John Durkin United States Senator".

B.4.5   1982 Election, 1982


Orin Hatch (Republican, Utah), 1982
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 51

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

"Hatch" lapel pin in the shape of Utah.

B.4.6   1984 Election, 1984


Bill Armstrong (Republican, Colorado), 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 51

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two buttons:

  • "I'm Voting for Bill Armstrong"
  • "Bill Armstrong U.S. Senate" (with image of him)

Mike Connolly (Democratic, Massachusetts), 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 51

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Mike Connolly U.S. Senate".


Millicent Fenwick (Republican, New Jersey), 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 51

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Millicent Fenwick".


Jesse Helms (Republican, North Carolina), 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 51

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Jesse 84".


Jim Hunt (Democratic, North Carolina), 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 51

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two buttons:

  • "Hunt Senate"
  • "Environmentalists for Hunt Senate"

John Kerry (Democratic, Massachusetts), 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 51

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "John Kerry U.S. Senate".


Ray Shamie (Republican, Massachusetts), 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 51

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:

Three buttons:

  • "Ray Shamie U.S. Senate"
  • "Democrats and Independents for Ray Shamie"
  • "Concerned taxpayers for Ray Shamie"

Jim Shannon (Democratic, Massachusetts), 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 51

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Jim Shannon U.S. Senate" (name is his signature).

B.4.7   1986 Election, 1986


Mark Andrews (Democratic, North Dakota), 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 51

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Andrews 86".


Alfonse D'Amato (Republican, New York), 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 51

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "D'Amato U.S. Senate".


Wyche Fowler (Democratic, Georgia), 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 51

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "We want Wyche! Senator 86".


Jake Garn (Republican, Utah), 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 51

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Senator Jake Garn".


Bob Graham (Democratic, Florida), 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 51

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • button: "Graham for U.S. Senate"
  • lapel pin in the shape of a Graham cracker

Paula Hawkins (Republican, Florida), 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 51

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Paula!".


Dan Inouye (Democratic, Hawaii), 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 51

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Tab: "Dan".


Bob Kasten (Republican, Wisconsin), 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 51

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Kasten U.S. Senate".


Pat Leahy (Democratic, Vermont), 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 51

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Pat Leahy U.S. Senate".


Mack Mattingly (Democratic, Georgia), 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 51

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Mattingly 86".


John McCain (Republican, Arizona), 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 51

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "John McCain U.S. Senate".


Steven 'Steve' Symms (Republican, Idaho), 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 51

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Steve Symms Senator for Idaho".


Ed Zschau (Republican, California), 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 51

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Ed Zschau Now! United States Senate".

B.4.8   1988 Election, 1988


David Durenberger (Republican, Minnesota), 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 51

Extent: 4 items

Scope and Content:
  • button: "Dave Durenberger. My U.S. Senator"
  • button: "I Luv Drnbrgr" (sic)
  • "Minnesota 4-DD-88" tab in the shape of a car licence plate
  • lapel pin: "DD"

Bob Kerrey (Democratic, Nebraska), 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 51

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Kerrey for U.S. Senate".


Lowell Weicker (Republican, Connecticut), 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 51

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "I'm a Weicker liker".


Pete Wilson (Republican, California), 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 51

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Wilson".

B.4.9   1990 Election, 1990


Jim Rappaport (Republican, Massachusetts), 1990
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 51

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Rappaport U.S. Senate".

B.4.10   1992 Election, 1992


Robert Abrams (Liberal Party), 1992
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 51

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Hopelessly Liberal. Liberal Party of New York State".


Carol Moseley-Braun (Democratic, Illinois), 1992
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 51

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button with image of Moseley-Braun and Geri Rothman-Serot: "The real voices of change for the U.S. Senate. Geri Rothman-Serot. Carol Moseley-Braun".

(Geri Rothman-Serot, Democratic candidate for U.S. Senator, Missouri)

B.4.11   1994 Election,, 1994


Michael Huffington (Republican, California), 1994
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 51

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Huffington United States Senate" (with image of him).


Daniel Moynihan (Democratic, New York), 1994
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 51

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Moynihan".


Oliver North (Republican, Virginia), 1994
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 51

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two buttons:

  • "For Virginia...For America. North U.S. Senate"
  • "Lt. Col. Oliver North. Our American Hero", with image of North in military uniform

B.4.12   1996 Election, 1996


Tim Davis (Grassroots, Minnesota), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 51

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Tim Davis for U.S. Senator. Vote Grassroots" (with image of a marijuana leaf).


Martin McLaughlin (Socialist Equality, Minnesota), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 51

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button with image of McLaughlin: "Vote Socialist Equality Party 96. Martin McLaughlin for Senate. A new party for the working class".

B.4.13   2000 Election, 2000


Tom Campbell (Republican, California), 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 51

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Campbell U.S. Senate".


Hillary Clinton (Democratic, New York), 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 51

Extent: 4 items

Scope and Content:

Four buttons:

  • "Hillary for U.S. Senate" (with image of a pink triangle)
  • "Hillary 2000 for all New York"
  • "Hillary Senate 2000" (with image of her)
  • "Hillary. America's Choice for 2000" in the shape of a heart (with image of her)

Rudolph 'Rudy' Giuliani (Republican, New York), 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 51

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Rudy Giuliani U.S. Senate".

B.4.14   2002 Election, 2002


Trent Lott (Republican, Mississippi), 2002
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 51

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "1948...2002. Different Year…Same Lott" (image of Lott in Ku Klux Klan outfit).

B.4.15   2004 Election, 2004


Bernard 'Bernie' Sanders (Independent, Vermont), 2004
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 51

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Re-elect Bernie 2004".

B.4.16   2008 Election, 2008


Dick Durbin (Democratic, Illinois), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 51

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Dick Durbin 08".

B.4.17   Buttons, 2010


Sharron Angle (Republican, Nevada), 2010
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 51

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "I [heart] my country. I am voting for Sharron Angle".

B.5   Objects, 1986-8

B.5.1   1986 Election, 1986


Jake Garn (Republican, Utah), 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 56

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Serviette {paper}.


Tim Wirth (Democratic, Colorado), 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 56

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:

Three ballons {plastic}.

B.5.2   198 Election, 1988


David Durenberger (Republican, Minnesota), 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 56

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Ribbon {fabric}.

C   U.S. House of Representatives,

C.1   Literature, [1970]-2010

C.1.1   1970 Election, 1970


Ron Mazzoli (Democratic, Kentucky, 3), [1970]
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 1

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Sticker: "Mazzoli".

C.1.2   1972 Election, 1972


Charles Wilson (Democratic, Texas, 2), 1972
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 1

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two leaflets.

C.1.3   1974 Election, 1974


Don Bonker (Democratic, Washington, 3), 1974
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 1

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "Don Bonker Congress Democrat"
  • two leaflets

Robert 'Bob' Eckhardt (Democratic, Texas, 8), 1974
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 1

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


Frank Horton (Republican, New York, 34), 1974
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 1

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two leaflets.


Ron Mazzoli (Democratic, Kentucky, 3), 1974
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 1

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Postcard of the Mazzoli family with message from Ron Mazzoli.


Matthew 'Matt' McHugh (Democratic, New York, 27), 1974
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 1

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • leaflet
  • postcard of the McHugh family with message from Matt McHugh

C.1.4   1976 Election, 1976


Mark Andrews (Republican, North Dakota, 1), 1976
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 1

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "Andrews"
  • leaflet

Berkley Bedell (Democratic, Iowa, 6), 1976
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 1

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: [Heart] Bedell Congress"
  • leaflet

Don Bonker (Democratic, Washington, 3), 1976
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 1

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


M. Caldwell Butler (Republican, Virginia, 6), 1976
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 1

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:
  • two stickers: "Butler 76"
  • leaflet

Philip Crane (Republican, Illinois, 12), [1976]
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 1

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Sticker: "Crane for Congress".


Samuel Devine (Republican, Ohio, 12), 1976
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 1

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


Robert 'Bob' Eckhardt (Democratic, Texas, 8), 1976
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 1

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


Ron Mazzoli (Democratic, Kentucky, 3), 1976
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 1

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • door hanger
  • leaflet

Ed McColgan (Democratic, Massachusetts, 1), 1976
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 1

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


Matthew 'Matt' McHugh (Democratic, New York, 27), 1976
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 1

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "McHugh for Congress"
  • two leaflets

Keith Sebelius (Republican, Kansas, 1), 1976
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 1

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "Re-elect Sebelius. Congress. First District"
  • leaflet

Gladys Spellman (Democratic, Maryland, 5), [1976]
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 1

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Sticker: "Glad it's Spellman".


Thomas P. Swank (Republican, Massachusetts, 2), 1976
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 1

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Press release: Swank endorsed by Americans for Constitutional Action, 21 Oct.


Bill Wampler (Republican, Virginia, 9), 1976
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 1

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "Bill Wampler"
  • leaflet

Charles Wilson (Democratic, Texas, 2), 1976
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 1

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "Wilson"
  • leaflet

C.1.5   1978 Election, 1977-8


Michael Barnes (Democratic, Maryland, 8), 1978
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 2

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "Mike Barnes"
  • leaflet containing endorsement from the Washington Post, Oct.

M. Caldwell Butler (Republican, Virginia, 6), 1978
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 2

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Sticker: "Congressman Butler".


Philip Crane (Republican, Illinois, 12), 1978
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 2

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "Re-elect Congressman Crane!"
  • leaflet

Norman D'Amours (Democratic, New Hampshire, 1), 1978
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 2

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two stickers: "D'Amours Congressman".


Samuel Devine (Republican, Ohio, 12), [1978]
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 2

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "Congressman Sam Devine"
  • leaflet

Robert 'Bob' Drinan (Democratic, Masachusetts, 4), 1978
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 2

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Sticker: "Drinan".


Robert 'Bob' Eckhardt (Democratic, Texas, 8), 1978
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 2

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • leaflet
  • pamphlet: "A personal report on my service in the 95th Congress"

Tom Foley (Democratic, Washington, 5), 1978
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 2

Extent: 4 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "Foley"
  • three newspaper cuttings (political advertisements)

Don Fuqua (Democratic, Florida, 2), 1977
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 2

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Newsletter: Your Congressman Don Fuqua reports from Washington, 15(7), 6 Sept.


Richard Gephardt (Democratic, Michigan, 3), 1978
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 2

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "Gephardt in Congress"
  • leaflet

Ed Gurney (Republican, Florida, 9), 1978
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 2

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Newspaper cutting (political advertisement).


Jon Hinson (Republican, Mississippi, 4), 1978
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 2

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "Hinson Congress"
  • leaflet

Marjorie Holt (Republican, Maryland, 4), 1978
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 2

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "Let's keep Congresswoman Holt"
  • business card
  • leaflet

Jim Howard (Democratic, New Jersey, 3), 1978
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 2

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "Howard!"
  • pamphlet: "Congressman Jim Howard"

James 'Jim' Lloyd (Democratic, California, 35), 1978
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 2

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • leaflet
  • sticker: "Congressman Jim Lloyd"

Ron Mazzoli (Democratic, Kentucky, 3), 1978
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 2

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Invitation to an "Autumn evening" with Mazzoli and Dee Huddleston, 19 Oct., Louisville.


Matthew 'Matt' McHugh (Democratic, New York, 27), 1978
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 2

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Sticker: "McHugh for Congress".


Don Mica (Democratic, Florida, 11), 1978
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 2

Extent: 4 items

Scope and Content:
  • compliment card
  • sticker: "Dan Mica. Dem[ocrat]. Congress"
  • two leaflets

Bill Nelson (Democratic, Florida, 9), 1978
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 2

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


Laura Ross (Communist, Masachusetts, 8), 1978
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 2

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


John Seiberling (Democratic, Ohio, 14), 1978
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 2

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • leaflet
  • sticker: "Re-elect your Congressman John Seiberling"

Steven 'Steve' Symms (Republican, Idaho, 1), 1978
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 2

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two stickers:

  • "I [heart] Idaho"
  • "Symms" with image of an apple labelled "Tanstaafl"

Bob Walker (Republican, Pennsylvania, 16), 1978
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 2

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • compliment card
  • leaflet

Bill Wampler (Republican, Virginia, 9), 1978
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 2

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • leaflet
  • sticker: "Re-elect Wampler. Your Congressman"

C.1.6   1980 Election, 1980


Manuel Archuleta (Socialist Workers, New Mexico, 1), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 3

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Newspaper cutting (article).


Michael Barnes (Democratic, Maryland, 8), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 3

Extent: 8 items

Scope and Content:
  • two stickers: "I'm for Congressman Mike Barnes"
  • four leaflets
  • contribution / volunteer card
  • newsletter: Congressman Mike Barnes. Report from Congress

Bill Barnstead (Republican, Masachusetts, 8), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 3

Extent: 4 items

Scope and Content:

Envelope containing the following campaign materials:

  • leaflet
  • sticker: "Battlin' Bill Barnstead. For Congress. Republocrat"
  • press release: "Barnstead blasts the stealthy Tip and Jimmy act", 22 Sept.

Donald Batchelder (Citizens, Masachusetts, 6), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 3

Extent: 4 items

Scope and Content:
  • two leaflets including excerpts from the Citizens Party platform
  • two newspaper cuttings (articles) from the Daily Evening Item and another newspaper (title unknown), July

Lydia Bayoneta (Workers World, New York, 35), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 3

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • leaflet
  • newspaper cutting (article) from Workers World, Oct.

Jim Beaver (Republican, Washington, 6), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 3

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Newspaper cutting (political advertisement).


Richard Bolling (Democratic, Missouri, 5), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 3

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "Let's go Bolling"
  • leaflet

William 'Bill' Boner (Democratic, Tennessee, 5), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 3

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:
  • two stickers in the shape of bones: "Congressman Bill Boner"
  • pamphlet: "Bill Boner Congress. Fifth district. Cheatham, Davidson, and Robertson Counties"

Don Bonker (Democratic, Washington, 3), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 3

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Postcard of Mount St. Helens with details about how Bonker helped with disaster relief efforts following the eruption.


Phillip Buford (Republican, Maryland, 8) , 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 3

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


Beverly Byron (Democratic, Maryland, 6), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 3

Extent: 4 items

Scope and Content:
  • three leaflets
  • sticker: "Byron. Re-elect to Congress"

Bob Carr (Democratic, Michigan, 6), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 3

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:
  • leaflet
  • two stickers: "Bob Carr" and "Bob Carr U.S. Congress"

Dan Coats (Republican, Indiana, 4), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 3

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


Marshall Cobleigh (Republican, New Hampshire, 1), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 3

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


Butler Derrick (Democratic, South Carolina, 3), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 3

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Sticker: "Congressman Butler Derrick".


Samuel Devine (Republican, Ohio, 12), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 3

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


Norman 'Norm' Dicks (Democratic, Washington, 6), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 3

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:

Three newspaper cuttings (political advertisements).


Reba Williams Dixon (Socialist Workers, New York, 19), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 3

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Newspaper cutting (article) from The Militant, Oct.


Helen 'Poppy' Doyle (Democratic, Masachusetts, 1), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 3

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • leaflet
  • contribution card

John Duncan (Republican, Tennessee, 2), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 3

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Sticker: "We like John Duncan".


Joseph Early (Democratic, Massachusetts, 3), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 3

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "Re-elect Congressman Joseph D. Early"
  • envelope

Robert 'Bob' Eckhardt (Democratic, Texas, 8), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 3

Extent: 4 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "Eckhardt Congress"
  • two leaflets
  • envelope

Arlen Erdahl (Republican, Minnesota, 1), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 3

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • compliment card
  • leaflet

Tom Evans (Republican, Delaware, 1), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 3

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • compliment letter
  • sticker: "Tom Evans"

Geraldine Ferraro (Democratic, New York, 9), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 3

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Sticker: "Geraldine Ferraro for Congress".


Thomas Foley (Democratic, Washington, 5), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 3

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:
  • two stickers: "Foley" and "Foley Democrat Congress"
  • newspaper cutting (political advertisement), an open letter to voters congressional district 5

Ed Forsythe (Republican, New Jersey, 6), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 3

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • leaflet
  • sticker:"Forsythe"

Beech Fox (Republican, New Jersey, 2), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 3

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • leaflet
  • sticker: "Beech Fox Congress"

Barney Frank (Democratic, Massachusetts, 4), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 3

Extent: 7 items

Scope and Content:
  • compliment card
  • sticker: "Barney Frank for Congress"
  • circular letter of support from Congressman Robert Drinan, the incumbent
  • four leaflets including a reprint of an article from the Boston Globe, Aug.

Mark Friedman (Socialist Workers, California, 43), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 3

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Newspaper cutting (article) from The Militant, Oct.


Martin Frost (Democratic, Texas, 24), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 3

Extent: 4 items

Scope and Content:
  • two leaflets
  • two stickers: "Re-elect Frost. U.S. Congress" and "Frost. Democrat. U.S. Congress"

Benjamin Gilman (Republican, New York, 22), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 4

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Sticker: "Gilman Congress".


Ronald 'Bo' Ginn (Democratic, Georgia, 1), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 4

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Sticker: "Go Bo".


Peg Heckler (Republican, Massachusetts 10), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 4

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Newspaper cutting (political advertisement, showing Heckler's campaign button).


Jack Hightower (Democratic, Texas, 13), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 4

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "Hightower"
  • 1980 calendar with image of Hightower on the front
  • blank sheet of headed paper with image of Hightower

Alwin Hopfmann (Democratic, Massachusetts, 2), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 4

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Sticker with image of an aeroplane and the words: "Hopfmann for Congress! Less government! Lower taxes".


Frank Horton (Republican, New York, 34), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 4

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two leaflets.


Jerry Huckaby (Democratic, Louisiana, 5), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 4

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Sticker: "Re-elect Jerry Huckaby U.S. Congressman".


Ed Jones (Democratic, Tennessee, 7), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 4

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:
  • leaflet
  • two stickers: "Re-elect Ed Jones United States Congressman"

Richard Jones (Republican, Masachusetts, 4), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 4

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:
  • leaflet
  • circular letter from Jones to "Fellow conservative" enclosing a copy of his open letter as published in the Boston Globe, Aug.

Abraham 'Chick' Kazen, Jr. (Democratic, Texas, 23), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 4

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Newspaper cutting (political advertisement).


Jack Kemp (Republican, New York, 38), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 4

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Sticker: "Kemp".


Ray Kogovsek (Democratic, Colorado, 3), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 4

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • compliment card
  • sticker: "Kogovsek"

John LaFalce (Democratic, New York, 32), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 4

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Sticker: "LaFalce".


Tom Lantos (Democratic, California, 11), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 4

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


Jim Leach (Republican, Iowa, 1), [1980]
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 4

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two stickers: "Jim Leach" and "Congressman Jim Leach".


Mike Lowry (Democratic, Washington 7), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 4

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Newspaper cutting (political advertisement).


Dan Lungren (Republican, California, 42), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 4

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Sticker: "Lungren Congress".


Robert McEwen (Republican, Ohio, 6), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 4

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "McEwen"
  • leaflet

Barbara Mikulski (Democratic, Maryland, 3), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 4

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:
  • two leaflets
  • sticker: "Mikulski. Democrat. U.S. Congress"

Connie Morella (Republican, Maryland, 8), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 4

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:

Three leaflets.


Chip Pashayan (Republican, California, 17), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 4

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "Pashayan"
  • leaflet

Tom Petri (Republican, Wisconsin, 6), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 4

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • circular Season's Greetings / New Year card from Petri
  • invitation to "a day with Tom Petri and friends", Wisconsin, 15 June

Richardson Preyer (Democratic, North Carolina, 6), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 4

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "Preyer for Congress"
  • leaflet

J. Kenneth Robinson (Republican, Virginia, 7), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 4

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:
  • compliment card
  • sticker: "Re-elect Robinson"
  • leaflet

Toby Roth (Republican, Wisconsin, 8), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 4

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "Roth"
  • leaflet

Dick Schulze (Republican, Pennsylvania, 5), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 4

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:
  • leaflet
  • sticker: "Schulze Congress" (with outline of Pennsylvania)
  • 1980 calendar with image of Schulze on the front

Bud Shuster (Republican, Pennsylvania, 9), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 4

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Sticker: "I'm a Shuster booster".


Dave Skehan (Republican, Masachusetts, 3), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 4

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • leaflet
  • sticker: "How do you spell relief? Skehan. U.S. Congress"

Ike Skelton (Democratic, Missouri, 4), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 4

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Sticker: "Ike 80".


Newton Steers (Republican, Maryland, 8), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 4

Extent: 6 items

Scope and Content:
  • two circular letters from Steers supporters to "Dear Neighbour"
  • four leaflets including a reprint of an article from the (Baltimore) Sun, Oct.

Thomas Swank (Republican, Masachusetts, 2), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 4

Extent: 5 items

Scope and Content:
  • circular letter from Senator Gordon Humphrey to "Dear Concerned Neighbour" in support of a petition to "stop Jimmy Carter's assault on the American family" (reprinted by Swank)
  • The Family, Christopher News Notes 247. Published by The Christophers
  • press release: Swank's announcement of candidacy, 15 July
  • press release: "Swank will lobby for a constitutional amendment to protect the rights of the unborn", 23 July
  • press release: "Swank answers questions on foreign policy, the economy, national energy, and housing", 2 Sept.

Allan 'Al' Swift (Democratic, Washington, 2), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 4

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Newspaper cutting (political advertisement).


Jamie Whitten (Democratic, Tennessee, 1), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 4

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


Larry Winn (Republican, Kansas, 3), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 4

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:

Three stickers: "Winn Congress".


Frank Wolf (Republican, Virginia, 10), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 4

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


John 'Jack' Wydler (Republican, New York, 5), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 15 / 4

Extent: 5 items

Scope and Content:
  • postcard of Wydler
  • four stickers:
    • "Wydler Congress"
    • "[Jack] Wydler is a good Congressman" (two styles)
    • "John W. Wydler. Keep a good Congressman working for you!"

C.1.7   1982 Election, 1982


Michael Barnes (Democratic, Maryland, 8), 1982
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 16 / 1

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • leaflet
  • newsletter: Congressman Mike Barnes: Report from Congress, 6, Aug.

Don Bonker (Democratic, Washington, 3), 1982
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 16 / 1

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Pamphlet: "Congressman Bonker, Democrat 82. At work for us!"


Beverly Byron (Democratic, Maryland, 6), [1982]
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 16 / 1

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two leaflets including recipe card.


Robert Cappuci (Democratic, Masachusetts, 8), 1982
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 16 / 1

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Pamphlet containing sample Democratic primary ballot (Somerville) with Cappuci's name highlighted.


Rod Chandler (Republican, Washington, 8), 1982
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 16 / 1

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Pamphlet: "You live in the new 8th district and you have a choice". With peel off sticker: "Chandler. Your primary choice for Congress").


Norman D'Amours (Democratic, New Hampshire, 1), 1982
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 16 / 1

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two leaflets.


Steny Hoyer (Democratic, Maryland, 5), 1982
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 16 / 1

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Circular letter from Hoyer containing details of a movie and cocktail reception, 22 Sept.


Joe Moakley (Democratic, Masachusetts, 9), 1982
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 16 / 1

Extent: 7 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "Joe Moakley"
  • four leaflets
  • two newsletters:
    • News from Congressman Joe Moakley. 9th District, Massachusetts, Summer. A "guide to student financial assistance"
    • Senior News from Congressman Joe Moakley. 9th District, Massachusetts, Summer. A "newsheet for older Americans"

Thomas Petri (Republican, Wisconsin, 6), 1982
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 16 / 1

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "Congressman Petri"
  • business card with 1982 Green Bay Packers schedule
  • nomination paper (blank)

Claudine Schneider (Republican, Rhode Island, 2), [1982]
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 16 / 1

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Pamphlet: "People instead of politics" paid for by the American Medical Association Political Action Committee.


Clay Shaw (Republican, Florida, 22), 1982
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 16 / 1

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • "election memo" containing an endorsement of Shaw by the American Medical Association Political Action Committee
  • flyer showing Shaw's name marked with a X

Joe Skeen (Republican, New Mexico, 2), 1982
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 16 / 1

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet paid for by the American Medical Association Political Action Committee.

C.1.8   1983 Election, 1983


Daniel 'Dan' Schaefer (Republican, Colorado, 6), 1983
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 16 / 1

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet: "Dan Schaefer is the sportsmen's candidate. Steve Hogan is the anti-gun candidate" (National Rifle Association Political Victory Fund).

Note: Schaefer was elected to the 98th Congress by special election to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Jack Swigert who died before he could take his seat in Congress.

C.1.9   1984 Election, 1984


Chester Atkins (Democratic, Masachusetts, 5), 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 16 / 2

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Newspaper cutting (political advertisement).


Don Bonker, [1984]
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 16 / 2

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Sticker: "I'm a Bonker backer".


Jim Forte (Republican, Masachusetts, 4), 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 16 / 2

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


Barney Frank (Democratic, Massachusetts, 4), 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 16 / 2

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • circular letter from Frank
  • leaflet

George Hansen (Republican, Idaho, 2), 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 16 / 2

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:
  • leaflet (recipes of Connie Hansen)
  • two stickers:
    • "Send George to Washington"
    • "Keep George in Washington. Re-elect Congressman Hansen. Cut down big government" (with image of an axe)

John Hiler (Republican, Indiana, 3), 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 16 / 2

Extent: 4 items

Scope and Content:
  • leaflet
  • two stickers: "John Hiler 84" and "U.S. Congressman John Hiler"
  • postcard for Hiler supporters to send to their friends to encourage them to vote for him

Steny Hoyer (Democratic, Maryland, 5), 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 16 / 2

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Hoyer newsletter (no volume or issue number).


Harry Klauber (Republican, Masachusetts, 8), 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 16 / 2

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two leaflets.


Ed Markey (Democratic, Masachusetts, 7), 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 16 / 2

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two newspaper cuttings (political advertisements) including an endorsement from Mayor George Colella.


Frank McCloskey (Democratic, Indiana, 8), 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 16 / 2

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Sticker: "Congressman McCloskey 84".


Stan Parris (Republican, Virginia, 8), 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 16 / 2

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:
  • leaflet
  • two stickers: "Congressman Parris" and "Elect Parris"

Sam Rotondi (Democratic, Masachusetts, 7), 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 16 / 2

Extent: 7 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "Rotondi U.S. Congress"
  • three leaflets
  • circular letter of endorsement from the Order Sons of Italy in America (Grand Lodge of Massachusetts) to its members
  • two newspaper cuttings (political advertisements) including an endorsement from Senator Francis D. Doris (Rotondi's campaign manager)

Philip Sharp (Democratic, Indiana, 2), 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 16 / 2

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "Sharp"
  • leaflet
  • contribution card

Gerry Studds (Democratic, Masachusetts, 10), 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 16 / 2

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "Studds"
  • contribution / volunteer card
  • circular letter from Studds discussing the Reagan Administration, Civil Rights Act of 1964 and Equal Rights Amendment

Mary Wentworth (Democratic, Masachusetts, 1), 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 16 / 2

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Sticker reminding people to vote on 14 Sept. and including contact details for the Wentworth for Congress Committee.

C.1.10   1986 Election, 1985-6


Clark Abt (Republican, Masachusetts, 8), 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 16 / 3

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


George Bachrach (Democratic, Massachusetts, 8), 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 16 / 3

Extent: 26 items

Scope and Content:
  • two circular letters from Bachrach with details of campaign kick-off events
  • circular letter of support from Social Workers for Bachrach to "Dear Colleague"
  • circular letter of support from Jerome Grossman, Alice Wolf and Steve Pearlstein
  • circular letter of support from Alan Krulick to "Dear Neighbor". Includes a reprint of an article from the Somerville Journal, 11 Sept.
  • sticker: "Bachrach for Congress"
  • invitation to a Bachrach campaign kick-off event, Cambridge, 17 Apr.
  • two contribution / volunteer cards
  • newsletter: The Bachrach Bulletin, Mar.-Apr.
  • eight leaflets, including
  • four [press releases] including:
    • "Senator Bachrach remarks on President Reagan's state of the union address to the nation", 5 Feb.
    • "Bachrach on economic conversion: remarks before the CPPAX forum for 8th Congressional district candidates", 26 Feb.
    • "Bachrach on Harvard's role in South Africa: remarks during the eighth Congressional district candidate's forum at Harvard University", 20 Mar.
  • four newspaper cuttings (articles) from the Boston Herald, Boston Globe, Watertown Press and [Allston-Brighton Citizen Item] , Mar.-July 1986

(Jerome Grossman, President of the Council for a Liveable World. Alice Wolf, Cambridge City Councillor. Steve Pearlstein, Editor of the Boston Observer)


Stewart Bainum (Democratic, Maryland, 8), 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 16 / 3

Extent: 5 items

Scope and Content:
  • postcard of the Bainum family with message from Stewart Bainum
  • four leaflets including messages of support from Evelyn Lincoln (personal secretary to John F. Kennedy) and Congressman Michael Barnes

Joe Barton (Republican, Texas, 6), 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 16 / 3

Extent: 8 items

Scope and Content:

Letter from Barton enclosing the following campaign materials:

  • two stickers:
    • "Another Congressman Barton backer"
    • "Aggies for Barton U.S. Congress"
  • contribution / volunteer card
  • two leaflets
  • booklet: "Re-elect Congressman Joe Barton"
  • newsletter: Barton Backer Bulletin, 1(2), June

Leon Billings (Democratic, Maryland, 8), 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 16 / 3

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Postcard comparing Billings and Stewart Bainum.


Don Bonker (Democratic, Washington, 3), 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 16 / 3

Extent: 6 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "I'm a Bonker backer"
  • postcard of Southwest Washington with message from Bonker
  • four leaflets

Robert 'Bob' Dornan (Republican, California, 38), 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 16 / 4

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two leaflets.


Barney Frank (Democratic, Massachusetts, 4), 1985-6
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 16 / 4

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • circular letter from Frank
  • newsletter: Barney Frank's Congressional Report, Winter 1985

Larry Gallagher (Republican, Florida, 6), 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 16 / 4

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • business card with slogan "The buy American candidate"
  • sticker: "Buy American. The job you save may be your own"

Jon Hillson (Socialist Workers, Masachusetts, 8), 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 16 / 4

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


Mildred Jefferson (Republican, Masachusetts, 8), 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 16 / 4

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


Joe Kennedy (Democratic, Masachusetts, 8), 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 16 / 4

Extent: 17 items

Scope and Content:
  • two stickers: "Joe Kennedy Congress"
  • three leaflets
  • flyer advertising a Kennedy rally, Boston, 13 Sept.
  • eight newspaper cuttings (articles)
  • two newspaper cuttings (political advertisements) with endorsements from Mayor Raymond Flynn and Thomas 'Tip' O'Neill, Jr.
  • anti-Kennedy newspaper cutting (cartoon)

Mel King (Democratic, Masachusetts, 8), 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 16 / 4

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • leaflet
  • flyer advertising "an evening with Mel King", Somerville, 31 July

Frank McCloskey (Democratic, Indiana, 8), 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 16 / 4

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • business card
  • leaflet

Stewart McKinney (Republican, Connecticut, 4), 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 16 / 4

Extent: 18 items

Scope and Content:
  • two stickers: "McKinney Congressman"
  • sixteen leaflets

James 'Jim' Roosevelt (Democratic, Masachusetts, 8), 1985-6
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 16 / 5

Extent: 1 file

Scope and Content:

Letter from the Jim Roosevelt for Congress Committee enclosing the following campaign materials:

  • three stickers: "[Jim] Roosevelt Congress" and "Vote today"
  • circular letter of support from Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Jr. (Jim Roosevelt's uncle)
  • transcript of Roosevelt's announcement speech, with related photograph*
  • two invitations to fund-raisers in California, Nov. 1985, and New York, Feb. 1986
  • contribution card
  • details of volunteer positions available
  • circular Christmas card from Jim Roosevelt and family
  • schedule of 8th district candidate forums, Apr.-June 1986
  • nine leaflets including statements on "Encouraging Democracy in Nicaragua" and "U.S. Policy toward South Africa"
  • six press releases from 1986 including:
    • "Roosevelt announces in eighth congressional", 4 Mar.
    • "Roosevelt rips Kennedy for 'naiveté' on Nicaragua. Issues 10-point plan", [13] Mar.
    • "Roosevelt releases 10 years of taxes, urges rivals not to raise rates", 18 Apr.
    • "Roosevelt issues daycare paper, calls for a comprehensive national plan", 23 Apr.
  • newspaper cuttings (articles) from the Boston Ledger and People Magazine, Apr.-May 1986

*the photograph shows Roosevelt, Ann Conlon Roosevelt (his wife), Anne Roosevelt Johnston (his sister) and Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Jr. (his uncle).


Claudine Schneider (Republican, Rhode Island, 2), 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 17 / 1

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


Charlton Sickles (Democratic, Maryland, 8), 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 17 / 1

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two leaflets.


Kathleen Kennedy Townsend (Democratic, Maryland, 2), 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 17 / 1

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "Kathleen Townsend for Congress"
  • leaflet

Tom Vallely (Democratic, Masachusetts, 8), 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 17 / 1

Extent: 24 items

Scope and Content:
  • leaflet
  • contribution / volunteer card
  • newsletter: Vallely Victory Update, 1, Jan.
  • press release: "Vallely to announce his plans for the 8th congressional district race", 14 Jan.
  • flyer advertising a special movie presentation of Vietnam Reconsidered: A veteran's perspective, Somerville, 11 Mar.
  • invitation, rsvp card and leaflet about a performance of the political satire Rapmaster Ronnie being held in support of Vallely, Boston, 12 Mar.
  • three leaflets
  • one newspaper cutting (political advertisement)
  • ten newspaper cuttings (articles) including from the Congressional Record, Boston Globe, Boston Herald, Boston Phoenix, Boston Tab, News-Tribune and Middlesex News, Jan.-Apr.

Vin Weber (Republican, Minnesota, 2), 1985-6
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 17 / 1

Extent: 15 items

Scope and Content:

Circular letter from The Friends of Vin Weber Committee enclosing the following campaign materials:

  • business card
  • sticker: "Win Weber U.S. Congress"
  • contribution card
  • leaflet
  • campaign schedule, 21-24 Aug. 1986
  • booklet sent compliments of Weber: "Growing Vegetables in the Home Garden", Home and Garden Bulletin, 202, 1985. Prepared by the Agricultural Research Service and Extension Service

Also included are leaflets and stickers relating to the following (Minnesota) candidates:

  • Bill Taunton (State Representative. 2 items)
  • Cal Ludeman (Governor. 4 items)
  • Allan Feirer (State Representative. 1 item)
  • John Drew (State Treasurer. 1 item)

Frank Wolf (Republican, Virginia, 10), 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 17 / 1

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • leaflet
  • pamphlet: "Congressman Frank Wolf: The record"

C.1.11   1988 Election, 1988


Don Bonker (Democratic, Washington, 3), 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 17 / 2

Extent: 5 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "I'm a Bonker backer"
  • four leaflets

Joe Brennan (Democratic, Maine, 1), 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 17 / 2

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "Brennan Congress"
  • leaflet

Bob Davis (Democratic, Michigan, 11), 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 17 / 2

Extent: 7 items

Scope and Content:
  • business card
  • two leaflets
  • two stickers: "Bob Davis U.S. Congressman"
  • press release: Davis announces candidacy for re-election, 20 May
  • transcript of Davis' announcement speech

Peter Franchot (Democratic, Maryland, 8), 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 17 / 2

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


Reese Lindquist (Democratic, Washington,1), 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 17 / 2

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Press release: "Reese Lindquist gets Vietnam veterans endorsement", 29 Aug.


Bernard 'Bernie' Sanders (Independent, Vermont, At-large), 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 17 / 2

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Newspaper cutting (article) from the Socialist, Oct.


Cliff Stearns (Republican, Florida, 6), 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 17 / 2

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Election News, Oct. General election issue for district 6 paid for by the National Republican Congressional Committee.


Jolene Unsoeld (Democratic, Washington, 3), 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 17 / 2

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.

C.1.12   1992 Election, 1992


Frank Daly (Democratic, Pennsylvania, 7), 1992
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 17 / 3

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two leaflets.

C.1.13   1994 Election, 1993-4


Harold Byrd (Democratic, Tennessee, 7), 1994
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 17 / 3

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two leaflets.


Saxby Chambliss (Republican, Georgia, 8), 1994
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 17 / 3

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


Eliot Engel (Democratic, New York, 17), 1994
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 17 / 3

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two leaflets.


Chakka Fattah (Democratic, Pennsylvania, 2), 1994
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 17 / 3

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:

[Press folder] containing the following campaign materials:

  • booklet: "Chaka Fattah, State Senator. Working for our future. Chaka Fattah in the news"
  • [article]: "Fattah for Congress now. Because results count"

Steny Hoyer (Democratic, Maryland, 5), 1994
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 17 / 3

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two stickers: "Hoyer for Congress".


Woodrow Lovett (Republican, Georgia, 11), 1994
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 17 / 3

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Newspaper cutting (political advertisement).


Fred Overby (Democratic, Georgia, 3), 1994
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 17 / 3

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Newspaper cutting (political advertisement).


Greg Pason (Socialist, New Jersey, 9), 1994
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 17 / 3

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Newspaper cutting (article) from the Socialist, July-Aug.


Bob Tousey (Republican, Maryland, 3), 1994
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 17 / 3

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • leaflet
  • sticker: "For us. For a change. Tousey for Congress"

C.1.14   1996 Election, 1996


Erika Anderson (Grassroots, Minnesota, 5), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 17 / 4

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two leaflets including: "The Grassroots Party of Minnesota".


Rod Blagojevich (Democratic, Illinois, 5), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 17 / 4

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


Ben Cardin (Democratic, Maryland, 3), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 17 / 4

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Invitation to Cardin campaign kick-off rally, Baltimore Museum of Industry, 9 Sept.


Jon Christensen (Republican, Nebraska, 2), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 17 / 4

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Sticker: "John Christensen. Republican. U.S. Congress".


Michael Coles (Democratic, Georgia, 6), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 17 / 4

Extent: 4 items

Scope and Content:
  • circular letter from Coles discussing Newt Gingrich
  • sticker: "I'm helping Georgia defeat Newt Gingrich"
  • leaflet containing extracts from newspaper articles
  • reply envelope

James Martin Davis (Democratic, Nebraska, 2), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 17 / 4

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "The right stuff. Davis. Congress"
  • leaflet

Barney Frank (Democratic, Massachusetts, 4), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 17 / 4

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


Don Mooers (Democratic, Maryland, 8), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 17 / 4

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two leaflets.


Connie Morella (Republican, Maryland, 8), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 17 / 4

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two leaflets.


Bernard 'Bernie' Sanders (Independent, Vermont, At-large), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 17 / 4

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Circular letter from Sanders enclosing "Re-elect Bernie 96" sticker.


Peter Torkildsen (Republican, Massachusetts, 6), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 17 / 4

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "Veterans for Peter Torkildsen"
  • leaflet

Phil Wilkie (Grassroots, Minnesota, 4), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 17 / 4

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two leaflets including: "The Grassroots Party of Minnesota".


Gregory Winbush (Democratic, Illinois, 7), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 17 / 4

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.

C.1.15   1998 Election, 1998


George Bachrach (Democratic, Massachusetts, 8), 1998
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 17 / 4

Extent: 5 items

Scope and Content:
  • four leaflets including an endorsement from the National Education Association Political Action Committee
  • circular letter of support from Mary Ann Hart (former Interim Director, Massachusetts Nurses Association) to "Dear Massachusetts Nurse"

Mike Capuano (Democratic, Massachusetts, 8), 1998
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 17 / 4

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "Mike Capuano. Congress"
  • two leaflets

Marjorie O'Neill Claprood (Democratic, Massachusetts, 8), 1998
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 17 / 4

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


Ray Flynn (Democratic, Massachusetts, 8), 1998
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 17 / 4

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two leaflets.


Chris Gabrieli (Democratic, Massachusetts, 8), 1998
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 17 / 4

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Circular letter of support from Mark Roosevelt to "Dear Neighbor".


Tom Keane (Democratic, Massachusetts, 8), 1998
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 17 / 4

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


John O'Connor (Democratic, Massachusetts, 8), 1998
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 17 / 4

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two leaflets with endorsements from Ralph Nader.


Susan Tracy (Democratic, Massachusetts, 8), 1998
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 17 / 4

Extent: 4 items

Scope and Content:

Four leaflets including a reprint of an article from the Boston Globe, Aug.

C.1.16   2000 Election, 2000


Merrill Cook (Republican, Utah, 2), 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 17 / 5

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • photograph of Cook
  • leaflet

Eliot Engel (Democratic, New York, 17), 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 17 / 5

Extent: 7 items

Scope and Content:

Seven leaflets including a thank you to Democratic voters for nominating him for another term in Congress.


Greg 'Chuck' Ganske (Republican, Iowa, 4), 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 17 / 5

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Sticker: "Ganske Congress".


Stewart Greenleaf (Republican, Pennsylvania, 13), 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 17 / 5

Extent: 4 items

Scope and Content:
  • leaflet
  • two stickers: "Greenleaf for Congress" (one has an image of a leaf)
  • sheet of headed campaign stationary

Cyrus Homayounpour (Democratic, Maryland, 8), 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 17 / 5

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


Mike Honda (Democratic, California, 15), 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 17 / 5

Extent: 17 items

Scope and Content:
  • twelve leaflets
  • three pamphlets including: "Mike Honda: A lifetime doing positive things for education"
  • Real Life: Mike Honda's Congressional Campaign Newsletter, 1, July
  • Newspaper cutting (article) about Mike Honda and Jim Cunneen from the San Francisco Examiner, June

Mike Huston (Democratic, Iowa, 4), 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 17 / 5

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two leaflets.


Shelley Kiel (Democratic, Nebraska, 2), 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 17 / 5

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


Aaron Kormash (Green, New Jersey, 3), 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 17 / 5

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


Terry Lierman (Democratic, Maryland, 8), 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 17 / 5

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


Larry Seabrook (Democratic, New York, 17), 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 17 / 5

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two leaflets (anti-Seabrook) paid for by Engel for Congress.


Tom Udall (Democratic, New Mexico, 3), 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 17 / 5

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "Greens for Udall"
  • leaflet

C.1.17   2002 Election, 2002


Chris Van Hollen (Democratic, Maryland, 8), 2002
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 18 / 1

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • leaflet
  • door hanger (also mentions Kathleen Kennedy Townsend, candidate for Governor)

C.1.18   2004 Election, 2004


Chuck Floyd (Republican, Maryland, 8), 2004
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 18 / 1

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


Kevin McAdams (Democratic, New York, 17), 2004
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 18 / 1

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two leaflets.


Betty McCollum (Democratic, Minnesota, 4), 2004
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 18 / 1

Extent: 4 items

Scope and Content:

Four leaflets.


Gwen Moore (Democratic, Wisconsin, 4), 2004
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 18 / 1

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • contribution / volunteer card
  • invitation to Moore fund-raiser, Milwaukee, 26 Oct.

Chris Van Hollen (Democratic, Maryland, 8), 2004
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 18 / 1

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "Re-elect Chris Van Hollen. Democrat. Congress
  • leaflet

C.1.19   2006 Election, 2006


Raj Bhakta (Republican, Pennsylvania, 13), 2006
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 18 / 2

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Sticker: "Raj for Congress. Reform for a change".


Tom Davis (Republican, Virginia, 11), 2006
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 18 / 2

Extent: 9 items

Scope and Content:
  • circular letter from Davis
  • absentee ballot application form and related leaflet
  • volunteer / help card
  • five leaflets

Mike Fitzpatrick (Republican, Pennsylvania, 8), 2006
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 18 / 2

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


Jim Gerlach (Republican, Pennsylvania, 6), 2006
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 18 / 2

Extent: 7 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "Jim Gerlach. Our Congressman"
  • two pro-Gerlach leaflets
  • four anti-Gerlach leaflets paid for by the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee

Andrew Hurst (Democratic, Virginia, 11), 2006
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 18 / 2

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Card from the Hurst for Congress Campaign written in response to a question about the Bush Administration ("Andrew Hurst will stand up to the Bush Administration, which Tom Davis has supported 90% of the time").


Mike McNulty (Democratic, New York, 21), 2006
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 18 / 2

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


Patrick Murphy (Democratic, Pennsylvania, 8), 2006
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 18 / 2

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "Patrick Murphy. Democrat for Congress"
  • circular letter from Murphy to "Dear Supporter"
  • press release: "Patrick Murphy leads Mike Fitzpatrick 44% to 40% in new poll. Outraises Fitzpatrick by $255K in third quarter", 17 Oct.

Joe Sestak (Democratic, Pennsylvania, 7), 2006
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 18 / 2

Extent: 13 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "Sestak for Congress"
  • three pro-Sestak leaflets
  • nine anti-Sestak leaflets paid for by the National Republican Congressional Committee

Curt Weldon (Republican, Pennsylvania, 7), 2006
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 18 / 2

Extent: 9 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "Curt Weldon. Independent Fighter for U.S."
  • six pro-Weldon leaflets
  • two anti-Weldon leaflets paid for by the Pennsylvania Democratic State Committee and NARAL Pro-Choice America

C.1.20   2008 Election, 2008


Judy Baker (Democratic, Missouri, 9), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 18 / 3

Extent: 13 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "Judy Baker for Congress"
  • nine pro-Baker leaflets including endorsements from Health Care for America Now and the Credit Union Legislative Action Council*
  • three anti-Baker leaflets paid for by the National Republican Congressional Committee

*Credit Union Legislative Action Council: the federal Political Action Committee for the Credit Union National Association


Richard Baker (Republican, Massachusetts, 6), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 18 / 3

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


Roscoe Bartlett (Republican, Maryland, 6), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 18 / 3

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


Tracey Brooks ( Democratic, New York, 21), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 18 / 3

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


Jim Buhrmaster (Republican, New York, 21), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 18 / 3

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


Colleen Callahan (Democratic, Illinois, 18), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 18 / 3

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • business card
  • sticker: "Colleen Callahan Congress"

Gerry Connolly (Democratic, Virginia, 11), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 18 / 3

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


Keith Fimian (Republican, Virginia, 11), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 18 / 3

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


Deborah 'Debbie' Halvorson (Democratic, Illinois, 11), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 18 / 3

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • leaflet
  • flyer advertising Halvorson fund-raiser, Bloomington, 15 Aug.

Paul Hodes (Democratic, New Hampshire, 2), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 18 / 3

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet paid for by the New Hampshire Democratic Party. Also mentions Jeanne Shaheen and John Lynch (candidates for U.S. Senate and Governor).


Richard Anthony 'Ric' Keller (Republican, Florida, 8), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 18 / 3

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet (Keller vs. Alan Grayson).


John Kline (Republican, Minnesota, 2), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 18 / 3

Extent: 6 items

Scope and Content:

Six leaflets.


Frank Kratovil (Democratic, Maryland, 1), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 18 / 3

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "Kratovil for Congress"
  • leaflet

Marty Ozinga (Republican, Illinois, 11), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 18 / 3

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


Carol Shea-Porter (Democratic, New Hampshire, 1), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 18 / 3

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:
  • sticker: "Carol Shea-Porter Congress"
  • two leaflets (one also mentions Jeanne Shaheen, John Lynch and Bev Hollingworth, New Hampshire candidates for U.S. Senate, Governor and Executive Councilor, district 3)

C.1.21   2010 Election, 2010


Alan Grayson (Democratic, Florida, 8), 2010
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 18 / 4

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


Deborah 'Debbie' Halvorson (Democratic, Illinois, 11) 2010
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 18 / 4

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • leaflet paid for by Illinois State University College Democrats (includes the names of other Democratic candidates in Illinois)
  • door hanger (anti-Halvorson and Nancy Pelosi) paid for by Americans for Prosperity

Joe Heck (Republican, Nevada, 3), 2010
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 18 / 4

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Sticker: "Dr. Joe Heck for Congress".


Nancy Pelosi (Democratic, California, 8), 2010
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 18 / 4

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet (anti-Pelosi and the Democrats) paid for by the Republican National Committee.


Jancie 'Jan' Schakowsky (Democratic, Illinois, 9), 2010
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 18 / 4

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet containing an endorsement from the American Optometric Association Political Action Committee.


Daniel Webster (Republican, Florida, 8), 2010
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 18 / 4

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet (anti-Webster) paid for by the Committee to Elect Alan Grayson.

C.2   Posters, 1980-2008

C.2.1   1980 Election, 1980


Bob Carr (Democratic, Michigan, 6), [1980]
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 46

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Poster with image of Carr. Card, black and white. 220mm x 360mm.

C.2.2   1982 Election, 1982


Vin Weber (Republican, Minnesota, 2), [1982]
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 46

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Poster with image of Weber. Paper, colour. 460mm x 610mm.

C.2.3   1984 Election, 1984

Note: McCloskey and McIntyre posters: In 1984 Republican McIntyre gained 34 more votes than McCloskey. The Democratic House recounted the votes, and declared McCloskey the winner. These two posters were produced by the Democratic and Republican Congressional leaderships for circulation within the Congressional office buildings. McCloskey held the seat until 1994.

Chester Atkins (Democratic, Massachusetts, 5), [1984]
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 46

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Poster. Card, colour. 710mm x 350mm.


Frank McCloskey (Democratic, Indiana, 8), 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 46

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Poster. Paper, colour. 430mm x 280mm.


Richard 'Rick' McIntyre (Republican, Indiana, 8), 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 46

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Poster. Card, colour. 280mm x 430mm.


Gerry Studds (Democratic, Massachusetts, 10), [1984]
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 46

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Poster. Card, black and white. 710mm x 280mm.


Vin Weber (Republican, Minnesota, 2), 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 46

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Poster. Paper, colour. 560mm x 450mm.

C.2.4   1986 Election, 1986


Vin Weber (Republican, Minnesota, 2), 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 46

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Poster with image of Weber. Paper, black and white. 460mm x 610mm.

C.2.5   1996 Election, 1996


Luis Gutierrez (Democratic, Illinois, 4), [1996]
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 46

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Poster. Card, colour. 560mm x 360mm.


Bernard 'Bernie' Sanders (Independent, Vermont, At-large)), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 46

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Poster. Card, colour. 280mm x 430mm.


Robert 'Bob' Weinberg (Democratic, Virginia, 10), [1996]
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 46

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Poster. Card, colour. 560mm x 360mm.

C.2.6   2000 Election, 2000


Greg 'Chuck' Ganske (Republican, Iowa, 4), 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 46

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Poster. Plastic, colour. 670mm x 440mm.


Stewart Greenleaf (Republican, Pennsylvania, 13), 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 46

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Poster. Card, colour. 670mm x 410mm.


Mike Huston (Democratic, Iowa, 4), 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 46

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Poster. Card, colour. 560mm x 280mm.

C.2.7   2002 Election, 2002


Mark Kirk (Republican, Illinois, 10), 2002
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 46

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Poster. Card, colour. 560mm x 360mm.

C.2.8   2006 Election, 2006


Mike McNulty (Democratic, New York, 21), 2006
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 46

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Poster. Card, colour. 660mm x 410mm.


Joe Sestak (Democratic, Pennsylvania, 7), 2006
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 46

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Poster. Plastic, colour. 650mm x 410mm.


Curt Weldon (Republican, Pennsylvania, 7), 2006
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 46

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Poster. Card, colour. 660mm x 410mm.

C.2.9   2008 Election, 2008


Carol Shea-Porter (Democratic, New Hampshire, 1), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 46

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Poster. Card, colour. 650mm x 41mm.


Judy Baker (Democratic, Missouri, 9) and Blaine Luetkemeyer (Republican, Missouri, 9), 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 46

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Poster. Card, colour. 220mm x 430mm. The poster advertises a debate between Baker and Luetkemeyer, Truman State University, 28 Oct.

C.3   Buttons, 1968-2006

C.3.1   1968 Election, 1968


Mary Anne Krupsak (Democratic, New York, 104), 1968
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Mary Anne Krupsak for Congress".

C.3.2   1972 Election, 1972


Ralph Bunch (Democratic, Oregon, 1), 1972
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Ralph Bunch for Congress".


Louise Day Hicks (Democratic, Massachusetts, 9), 1972
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Louise Day Hicks Congress".

C.3.3   1974 Election, 1974


Robert 'Bob' Eckhardt (Democratic, Texas, 8), 1974
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two buttons: "EK [heart]".

C.3.4   1976 Election, 1976


Mark Andrews (Republican, North Dakota 1), 1976
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Andrews".


Berkeley Bedell (Democratic, Iowa, 6), 1976
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Bedell Congress. "People before politics".


Samuel Devine (Republican, Ohio, 12), 1976
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Congressman Sam Devine".


[Ed McColgan (Democratic, Massachusetts, 1)], [1976]
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Elect McColgan Congress".


Keith Sebelius (Republican, Kansas, 1), 1976
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Sebelius"(with image of a flower).

C.3.5   1978 Election, 1978


Robert 'Bob' Drinan (Democratic, Masachusetts, 4), 1978
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Drinan!".


Jim Howard (Democratic, New Jersey, 3), 1978
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Congressman Jim Howard" (with image of him).


John LaFalce (Democratic, New York, 32), 1978
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "LaFalce".


James 'Jim' Lloyd (Democratic, California, 35), 1978
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two buttons: "Jim Lloyd Congress" and "Jim Lloyd our Congressman".


Matthew 'Matt' McHugh (Democratic, New York, 27), 1978
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "McHugh for Congress".


Bill Nelson (Democratic, Florida, 9), 1978
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two buttons:

  • "I joined Nelson's neighbours"
  • "Bill Nelson for Congress"

John Seiberling (Democratic, Ohio, 14), 1978
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Re-elect Seiberling".


Steven 'Steve' Symms (Republican, Idaho, 1), 1978
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Symms" (with image of an apple).


Bob Walker (Republican, Pennsylvania, 16) 1978
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Bob Walker for Congress".


Bill Wampler (Republican, Virginia, 9) 1978
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Bill Wampler".

C.3.6   1980 Election, 1980


Adam Benjamin (Democratic, Indiana, 1), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Benjamin for Congress".


Corinne 'Lindy' Boggs (Democratic, Louisiana, 2), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "We love Lindy".


Richard Bolling (Democratic, Missouri, 5), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Re-elect Bolling".


William 'Bill' Boner (Democratic, Tennessee, 5), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Bill Boner Congressman" (with image of him).


Beverly Byron (Democratic, Maryland, 6), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Byron for Congress".


Bob Carr (Democratic, Michigan, 6), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Bob Carr".


Helen 'Poppy' Doyle (Democratic, Massachusetts, 1), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Doyle".


Arlen Erdahl (Republican, Minnesota, 1), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Arlen Erdahl. My Congressman!"


Tom Evans (Republican, Delaware, 1), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 /

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Tom Evans".


Geraldine Ferraro (Democratic, New York, 9), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Geraldine Ferraro for Congress".


Tom Foley (Democratic, Washington, 5), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:

Three buttons: "Tom Foley", "Tom" and "Foley".


Edwin Forsythe (Republican, New Jersey, 6), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Forsythe".


Barney Frank (Democratic, Massachusetts, 4), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Barney Frank for Congress".


Benjamin Gilman (Republican, New York, 26), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "gilman".


Ronald 'Bo' Ginn (Democratic, Georgia, 1), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Go Bo".


Frank Horton (Democratic, New York, 34), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two buttons: "Horton represents me!" and "Horton leads".


Ed Jones (Democratic, Tennessee, 7), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Re-elect Ed Jones United States Congressman".


Richard Jones (Republican, Massachusetts, 4), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Jones Congress".


John LaFalce (Democratic, New York, 32), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "LaFalce Congress".


[Robert McEwen (Republican, Ohio, 6)], 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "McEwen".


Barbara Mikulski (Democratic, Maryland, 3), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Mikulski".


Richardson Preyer (Democratic, North Carolina, 6), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Preyer for Congress".


J. Kenneth Robinson (Republican, Virginia, 7), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Re-elect Robinson Congress".


Toby Roth (Republican, Wisconsin, 8), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "I like Toby".


Pat Schroeder (Democratic, Colorado, 1), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Pat Schroeder Congresswoman. She wins. We win".


Bud Shuster (Republican, Pennsylvania, 9), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Bud Shuster".


[Ike Skelton (Democratic, Missouri, 4)], 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Ike".


Bennett Stewart (Democratic, Illinois, 1), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Re-elect Bennett M. Stewart to Congress. 1st district. Pull level 5B".


John 'Jack' Wydler (Republican, New York, 5), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "John Wydler is a good Congressman".

C.3.7   1982 Election, 1982


Michael Barnes (Democratic, Maryland, 8), 1982
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "I'm for Mike".


Frederick 'Rick' Boucher (Democratic, Virginia, 9), 1982
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Defeat Boucher. Stop communism. Support freedom fighters".


Beverly Byron (Democratic, Maryland, 6), 1982
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Re-elect Byron".


Norman D'Amours (Democratic, New Hampshire, 1), 1982
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two buttons: "Norm D'Amours Congressman".


Joe Moakley (Democratic, Massachusetts, 9), 1982
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Joe Moakley for Congress".

C.3.8   1984 Election, 1984


Jim Forte (Republican, Massachusetts, 4), 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Forte U.S. Congress".


George Hansen (Republican, Idaho, 2), 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Keep George in Washington".


John Hiler (Republican, Indiana, 3), 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "John Hiler 84".

C.3.9   1986 Election, 1986


George Bachrach (Democratic, Massachusetts, 8), 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Bachrach for Congress".


Joe Barton (Republican, Texas, 6), 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:

Three buttons:

  • "Aggies for Barton U.S. Congress"
  • "Barton's best"
  • "Official Barton backer"

Robert 'Bob' Dornan (Republican, California, 38), 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Dornan U.S. Congress".


Joe Kennedy (Democratic, Massachusetts, 8), 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Joe Kennedy Congress".


Frank McCloskey (Democratic, Indiana, 8), 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Congressman McCloskey...on our side".


Bud Mullen (Republican, Connecticut, 2), 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Mullen 86 for Congress".


James 'Jim' Roosevelt (Democratic, Masachusetts, 8), 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Roosevelt".


Tom Vallely (Democratic, Masachusetts, 8), 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 4 items

Scope and Content:

Four buttons:

  • "V. Tom Vallely for Congress" (two styles)
  • "V. 'I'm with the other guy'. Vallely for Congress" (two styles)

C.3.10   1988


Corinne 'Lindy' Boggs (Democratic, Louisiana, 2), [1988]
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "We love Lindy".


[Joe Brennan (Democratic, Maine, 1)], 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Brennan Congress".


Bob Davis (Democratic, Michigan, 11), 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Congressman Bob Davis".


[Thomas Ward (Democratic, Indiana, 3)], 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Ward. Democrat for Congress".

C.3.11   1992 Election, 1992


Thomas 'Tom' Campbell (Republican, California, 14), 1992
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • lapel pin: "Tom Campbell"
  • "Tom" lapel pin in the shape of Republican elephant

House banking scandal, 1992
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 5 items

Scope and Content:

Five buttons relating to the House banking scandal (also known as the congressional check-kiting scandal):

  • "If you can't balance your own checkbook we'll bounce you!"
  • "Let's clean house"
  • "Check the bouncers"
  • "Support capitol punishment"
  • "Congressman go home"

C.3.12   1996 Election, 1996


Richard Durbin (Democratic, Illinois, 20), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Durbin Country".


Richard Gephardt (Democratic, Michigan, 3), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Gephardt the Democrat for Speaker! Kick em out in 96", with image of donkey kicking barrell labeled "Newts Nuts".


Newton 'Newt' Gingrich (Republican, Georgia, 6), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button (anti-Gingrich): "Nuke Newt".


Jim Hartnett (Socialist Equality, Minnesota, 13), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button with image of Hartnett: "Vote Socialist Working Party 96. Jim Hartnett for Congress - 13th district. A new party for the working class".


Peter Torkildsen (Republican, Masachusetts, 6), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Congressman Peter Torkildsen".


Phil Wilkie (Grassroots, Minnesota, 4), 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "We want Wilkie".

C.3.13   2000 Election, 2000


Stewart Greenleaf (Republican, Pennsylvania, 13), 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Lapel pin in the shape of a green leaf.

C.3.14   2006 Election, 2006


Michael Berg (Green, Delaware, 1), 2006
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Michael Berg. Green Party. Vote peace. Vote Berg".


Jim Gerlach (Republican, Pennsylvania, 6), 2006
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Vote for Jim Gerlach Congressman" (with image of him).


Patrick Murphy (Democratic, Pennsylvania, 8), 2006
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two buttons: "Patrick Murphy Congress 06".


Curt Weldon (Republican, Pennsylvania, 7), 2006
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 52

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Button: "Vote Weldon Congress".

C.4   Objects, 1978-2010

C.4.1   1978 Election, 1978


Jim Howard (Democratic, New Jersey, 3), 1978
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 57

Extent: 4 items

Scope and Content:
  • two combs: "Congressman Jim Howard" {plastic}
  • two emery boards: "Congressman James J. Howard" and "Compliments of Congressman James J. Howard. He works for you" {cardboard}

James 'Jim' Lloyd (Democratic, California, 35), 1978
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 57

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Matchbook with image of Lloyd.


Matthew 'Matt' McHugh (Democratic, New York, 27), 1978
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 /

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • balloon {plastic}
  • matchbook with image of McHugh {card}

C.4.2   1980 Election, 1980


William 'Bill' Boner (Democratic, Tennessee, 5), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 57

Extent: 4 items

Scope and Content:
  • balloon {plastic}
  • keyring {plastic, metal}
  • ribbon {fabric}
  • mMatchbook with image of Boner {card}

Bob Carr (Democratic, Michigan, 6), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 57

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Balloon {plastic}.


Robert 'Bob' Eckhardt (Democratic, Texas, 8), [1980]
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 57

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Pencil: "Congressman Bob Eckhardt".


John 'Jack' Wydler (Republican, New York, 5), 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 57

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Balloon: "Jack Wydler is a good Congressman" {plastic}.

C.4.3   1984 Election, 1984


Chester Atkins (Democratic, Massachusetts, 5), 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 57

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Balloon: "Chet Atkins for Congress" {plastic}.


John Hiler (Republican, Indiana, 3), 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 57

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Balloon {plastic}.

C.4.4   1986 Election, 1986


Robert 'Bob' Dornan (Republican, California, 38), 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 57

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Magnet in the shape of a heart: "Dornan the fighter with a heart".


Bud Mullen (Republican, Connecticut, 2), 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 57

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • comb {plastic}
  • emery board {cardboard}

(Both labelled "Bud Mullen Congress 86")

C.4.5   1988 Election, 1988


Bob Davis (Democratic, Michigan, 11), 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 57

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • plastic bag
  • hat {cardboard}

C.4.6   1998 Election, 1998


Chris Gabrieli (Democratic, Massachusetts, 8), 1998
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 57

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Hand fan with image of Gabrieli {cardboard, wooden handle}.


John O'Connor (Democratic, Massachusetts, 8), 1998
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 57

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • magnet
  • hand fan {cardboard, wooden handle}

C.4.7    2000 Election, 2000


Stewart Greenleaf (Republican, Pennsylvania, 13), 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 57

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Baseball cap with image of a green leaf {fabric, plastic, metal}.

C.4.8   2010 Election, 2010


Brad Sherman (Democratic, California, 27), 2010
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 57

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two combs {plastic}.

D   State and local, 1958-2010

D.1   Literature, 1958-2010

D.1.1   Alabama, 1980-6


Alabama, 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 19 / 1

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • leaflet
  • Alabama Democratic Newsletter, 1-80, Feb.

Alabama, 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 19 / 1

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two leaflets relating to Bill Baxley (candidate for Governor).

D.1.2   Arkansas, 1980-2


Arkansas, 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 19 / 2

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Sample ballot, Democratic primary election, Pulaski County.


Arkansas, 1982
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 19 / 2

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Leaflet and sticker relating to Frank White (candidate for Governor).

D.1.3   California, 1979-2010


Scope and Content:

The papers in this section mainly relate to San Francisco.


California, 1979
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 19 / 3

Extent: 1 file

Scope and Content:

Leaflets, postcard, circular letters, door hanger and newspapers. Includes:

Items relating to:

  • Dianne Feinstein and Quentin Kopp (candidates for Mayor of San Francisco)
  • proposition 2: loan interest rates
  • proposition A: police and fire bargaining and arbitration
  • proposition M: taxicab permits
  • proposition O: highrise regulation
  • proposition P: business tax increase (comprises a special edition of the Rebel Worker, 3(4-5), Sept.)
  • proposition R: housing (includes San Francisco Neighborhood News, 1(1) )

and:

  • endorsements from the San Francisco Labor Council's Committee on Political Education
  • voter information pamphlet, municipal election, San Francisco

California, 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 19 / 4

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Sample ballot and voter information pamphlets, Democratic and Republican primary elections, Sacramento County.


California, 1982
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 19 / 4

Extent: 5 items

Scope and Content:

Leaflets, photograph and newspaper cutting (article) relating to Tom Bradley (candidate for Governor).


California, 1983
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 19 / 5

Extent: 1 file

Scope and Content:

Leaflets, postcard, voter information pamphlet, newspaper cuttings (articles and political advertisements) and flyer. Includes:

Items relating to:

  • Cesar Ascarrunz and Gloria La Riva (candidates for Mayor of San Francisco)
  • proposition M: San Francisco plan initiative

and:

  • endorsements from the Harvey Milk Lesbian and Gay Democratic Club
  • Cornerstones, 4, Autumn. Published by the Committee for California (later called the U.S.A. Committee)

The papers mainly relate to the special recall election (26 Apr.) which was held following a campaign to recall Dianne Feinstein from the office of Mayor of San Francisco.


California, 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 20 / 1

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:

Comprises:

  • California Socialist, May
  • Cornerstones, 5, Summer. Published by the U.S.A. Committee (formerly called the Committee for California)
  • newspaper cutting (article) about proposition J: divestment in South Africa initiative

California, 1987
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 20 / 1

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Sample ballot, special election, San Francisco. Held following the death of Sala Burton, the incumbent.


California, 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 20 / 1

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Newspaper cutting (article).


California, 1992
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 20 / 1

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Newspaper cutting (article).


California, 1994
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 20 / 1

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:

Comprises:

  • sample ballot and voter information pamphlet, general election, San Mateo County
  • voter's guide to the general election published by the San Jose Mercury News (undated)

California, 2010
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 20 / 2

Extent: 1 file

Scope and Content:

Leaflets, stickers, business card and door hangers.

Included are endorsements (of candidates and ballot measures) from:

  • Alameda Labor Council
  • Berkeley Alliance for Progress
  • Berkeley Citizens for Safe and Sound Schools
  • California Labor Federation
  • Californians Vote Green
  • Equality California Political Action Committee
  • Los Angeles County Democratic Party
  • Sierra Club (San Francisco Bay Chapter)

D.1.4   Connecticut, 1972-88


Connecticut, 1972
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 20 / 3

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

"Vote Democratic" leaflet paid for by McGovern for President Connecticut Committee.


Connecticut, 1978
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 20 / 3

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


Connecticut, 1987
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 20 / 3

Extent: 6 items

Scope and Content:

Leaflets, sample ballot and voter's guide. Includes:

  • leaflet relating to Phil Steele (candidate for Mayor of Hartford)
  • sample absentee ballot, special election, Greenwich Town
  • voter's guide from the Day newspaper, 27 Oct.

Connecticut, 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 20 / 3

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

"Vote Democratic" leaflet paid for by the Democratic State Central Committee.

D.1.5   District of Columbia, 1978-94


District of Columbia, 1978
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 20 / 4

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two leaflets relating to Art Fletcher (candidate for Mayor of Washington, D.C.).


District of Columbia, [1979]
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 20 / 4

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


District of Columbia, 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 20 / 4

Extent: 17 items

Scope and Content:

Leaflets, sample ballots and a newspaper cutting (article).

The papers mainly relate to delegates to the Republican and Democratic National Conventions but also included are 2 items (leaflet and ballot) relating to initiative 3: statehood constitutional convention.


District of Columbia, 1982
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 20 / 4

Extent: 4 items

Scope and Content:

Four leaflets including items relating to:

  • Marion Barry (candidate for Mayor of Washington, D.C.)
  • a vote on the proposed state constitution

District of Columbia, 1990
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 20 / 4

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


District of Columbia, 1993
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 20 / 4

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


District of Columbia, 1994
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 20 / 4

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Voter's guide published by the Washington Post, 8 Sept.

D.1.6   Florida, 1977-2010


Scope and Content:

The papers mainly relate to Alachua County.


Florida, 1977-8
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 20 / 5

Extent: 12 items

Scope and Content:

Leaflets, circular letter, sticker, newsletter and newspaper cutting (political advertisement).

Includes items relating to Jack Eckerd, Bob Graham and James 'Jim' Williams (candidates for Governor).


Florida, 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 20 / 5

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:

Circular letter from the Republican Party of Florida enclosing membership and contribution cards.


Florida, 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 20 / 5

Extent: 7 items

Scope and Content:

Leaflets and a sticker. Includes:

  • sticker relating to Robert 'Bob' Martinez (candidate for Governor)
  • leaflet comparing candidates on "traditional values" prepared by [Christian Voice]

Florida, 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 20 / 5

Extent: 11 items

Scope and Content:

Leaflets, circular letter, postcards and a newsletter. Includes:

Democratic Review, 4 Nov. Newsletter of the Alachua Democratic Executive Committee.


Florida, 1990
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 20 / 5

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


Florida, 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 20 / 6

Extent: 16 items

Scope and Content:

Sixteen leaflets including items produced by the Republican Party of Florida.


Florida, 2010
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 20 / 6

Extent: 7 items

Scope and Content:

Leaflets and a sticker including items relating to:

  • Teresa Jacobs (candidate for Mayor of Orange County)
  • Alex Sink (candidate for Governor)

Florida (undated), [1980-2010]
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 20 / 6

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Comprises:

  • "Fight crime! Vote no on line 144" sticker (Broward County Citizens Against Crime)
  • leaflet relating to Ken Harrison (candidate for [Gainesville] City Commission)

D.1.7   Georgia , 1974-94


Georgia, 1974
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 21 / 1

Extent: 5 items

Scope and Content:

Leaflet, sample ballot and newspaper cuttings (political advertisements and article).

Includes:

  • items relating to Bert Lance, Lester Maddox and Bobby Rowan (candidates for Governor)
  • sample ballot, Democratic primary election, Tift County, published by the Daily Tifton Gazette, 9 Aug.

Georgia, 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 21 / 1

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Sample ballots, Democratic and Republican presidential primary elections.


Georgia, 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 21 / 1

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:

Leaflet and stickers.


Georgia, 1994
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 21 / 1

Extent: 31 items

Scope and Content:

Leaflets, newspaper cuttings (political advertisements and article), sample ballot and voter's guide. Includes:

Items relating to:

  • Zell Miller (candidate for Governor)
  • amendment 3: healthcare plans and providers and the sales tax referendum

endorsements (of candidates and ballot measures) from the:

  • Baldwin County Democratic Committee
  • Police Benevolent Association of Georgia

and:

  • voter's guide prepared by the Libertarian Party
  • sample ballot, general and special elections, published by the Union-Recorder newspaper, 4 Nov.

D.1.8   Illinois, 1980-2010


Illinois, 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 21 / 2

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Newspaper cutting (article) from Workers World, 10 Oct.


Illinois, 1982
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 21 / 2

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:

Sticker, photograph and leaflet relating to Jim Thompson (candidate for Governor).


Illinois, 1983-4
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 21 / 2

Extent: 12 items

Scope and Content:

Comprises:

  • circular letters relating to the Republican Party and the Reagan-Bush 84 Committee, with related leaflets and contribution cards
  • newspaper cutting (article) from the Daily World, 9 Aug., about the Communist Party's campaign in Illinois

Illinois, 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 21 / 2

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:

Circular letter, sticker and newsletter relating to Jim Thompson (candidate for Governor).


Illinois, 1987
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 21 / 2

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet relating to Edward Vrdolyak (candidate for Mayor of Chicago).


Illinois, 1992
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 21 / 2

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet relating to Cook County.


Illinois, 1994
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 21 / 2

Extent: 21 items

Scope and Content:

Letter, sticker, leaflets, newsletters, newspaper cuttings (articles) and press releases relating to:

  • Pat Quinn (candidate for Secretary of State)
  • 8 is Enough (the Illinois Term Limits Campaign)

Illinois, 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 21 / 2

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Illinois voter registration application form.


Illinois, 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 21 / 2

Extent: 9 items

Scope and Content:

Leaflets and a circular note, mainly relating to Cook County.


Illinois, 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 21 / 3

Extent: 12 items

Scope and Content:

Leaflets, sticker, door hanger, postcard and flyer.


Illinois, 2010
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 21 / 3

Extent: 20 items

Scope and Content:

Leaflets and door hangers. Includes items relating to Bill Brady and Pat Quinn (candidates for Governor).

D.1.9   Indiana, 1980


Indiana, 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 21 / 4

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two sample ballots, Democratic and Republican primary, national, state and county elections, Marion County.

D.1.10   Iowa, 1982-2000


Iowa, 1982
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 21 / 5

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:
  • leaflet and sticker relating to Terry Branstad (candidate for Governor)
  • voter's guide to the Socialist Party's campaign in Iowa published in the Missouri Valley Socialist, 2(3), Summer

Iowa, 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 21 / 5

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


Iowa, 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 21 / 5

Extent: 5 items

Scope and Content:

Leaflets and stickers. Includes items relating to Terry Branstad (candidate for Governor).


Iowa, 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 21 / 6

Extent: 13 items

Scope and Content:

Leaflets, voter's guide, press releases and Iowa voter registration application form. The papers mainly relate to the 1996 Iowa Caucus.

Includes Black Hawk County voter's guide and directory of elected officials (prepared by the Black Hawk-Bremer League of Women Voters).


Iowa, 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 22 / 1

Extent: 13 items

Scope and Content:

Leaflets and a circular letter. Includes information for delegates attending the 2000 Pottawattamie County Republican Convention, 4 Mar.

D.1.11   Kansas, 1980


Kansas, 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 22 / 2

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Sample ballot, Democratic and Republican presidential preference primary elections.

D.1.12   Kentucky, 1979-83


Kentucky, 1979
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 22 / 3

Extent: 19 items

Scope and Content:

Leaflets, sticker, newsletters and newspaper cuttings (articles and political advertisements).

Includes:

  • items relating to John Brown, Jr., John Y. Brown, Carroll Hubbard, Terry McBrayer and Harvey Sloane (candidates for Governor)
  • endorsements from the:
    • United Mine Workers of America
    • Teachers of Muhlenberg County Political Action Committee

Kentucky, 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 22 / 3

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

"Democrats for the 80s" sticker (Kentucky Democratic Party).


Kentucky, 1983
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 22 / 3

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Sticker relating to Harvey Sloane (candidate for Governor).

D.1.13   Louisiana, 1976-93


Louisiana, 1976
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 22 / 4

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Sample [absentee] ballot, general election for presidential electors and district officers, Lafayette Parish.


Louisiana, 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 22 / 4

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Sample ballot, presidential preference primary election, East Baton Rouge Parish.


Louisiana, 1987
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 22 / 4

Extent: 21 items

Scope and Content:

Stickers, leaflets, press release, postcards and voter's guide.

Includes:

  • items relating to James 'Jim' Brown and Billy Tauzin (candidates for Governor)
  • endorsements from the Alliance for Good Government (Orleans Parish Chapter)
  • voter's guide prepared by the Morning Advocate and State-Times newspapers, 20 Oct.

Louisiana, 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 22 / 4

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


Louisiana, 1993
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 22 / 4

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet relating to the Mayoral elections being held the following year.

D.1.14   Maine, 1986


Maine, 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 22 / 5

Extent: 10 items

Scope and Content:

Stickers, leaflets and newsletter relating to Jim Tierney (candidate for Governor).

D.1.15   Maryland, 1974-2008


Scope and Content:

The campaign material in this section mainly relates to Montgomery County.


Maryland, 1974
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 23 / 1

Extent: 4 items

Scope and Content:

Sticker, leaflets and sample ballot (Democratic Party, general election, Prince George's County).


Maryland, 1976
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 23 / 1

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Circular letter from Parris N. Glendening.


Maryland, 1978
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 23 / 1

Extent: 26 items

Scope and Content:

Leaflets, circular letters, sample ballots and voter's guides.

Includes:

  • items relating to J. Glenn Beall (candidate for Governor)
  • Maryland voter's guide prepared by the Washington Star and the League of Women Voters, 1 Nov
  • Maryland voter's guide prepared by the Washington Post, 2 Nov
  • circular letter from the Committee for Common Sense to "Dear Absentee Voter" thanking them for casting an absentee ballot

Maryland, 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 23 / 2

Extent: 26 items

Scope and Content:

Leaflets, sample ballots and newspaper cuttings (articles).


Maryland, 1982
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 23 / 3

Extent: 1 file

Scope and Content:

Leaflets, circular letters, stickers, flyers advertising meetings with candidates, sample ballots and voter's guides.

Includes:

  • items relating to Harry Hughes and Bob Pascal (candidates for Governor)
  • voter's guide published by the Washington Post, 8 Sept
  • voter's guide published by the Montgomery Journal, 7 Sept
  • voter's guide to the primary election prepared by the the League of Women Voters of Montgomery County. Published by the Montgomery County Sentinel

Maryland, 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 23 / 4

Extent: 8 items

Scope and Content:

Leaflets and a sample ballot (Democratic primary, Montgomery County).


Maryland, 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 23 / 4

Extent: 28 items

Scope and Content:

Leaflets, circular letters, stickers, sample ballots and voter's guides.

Includes:

  • items relating to William Donald Schaefer (candidate for Governor)
  • endorsements from the Montgomery County Education Association
  • voter's guide to the general election prepared by the League of Women Voters of Montgomery County. Published by the Montgomery Journal

Maryland, 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 23 / 4

Extent: 8 items

Scope and Content:

Leaflets, newsletters, sample ballot and voter's guide.

Includes:

  • voter's guide to the general election prepared by the League of Women Voters [of Montgomery County]
  • Four Corners Democratic Newsletter. Newsletter of the 13-11 Democratic Precinct Committee
  • The Free State Journal, 1(5), 4 Nov. (contains information about the statewide referendum on handguns). Paid for by the Maryland Committee Against the Gun Ban

Maryland, 1990
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 24 / 1

Extent: 28 items

Scope and Content:

Leaflets, circular letter, sticker, sample ballots and voter's guides.

Includes:

  • voter's guide to the general election prepared by the Montgomery County Education Association

Maryland, 1992
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 24 / 1

Extent: 7 items

Scope and Content:

Leaflets, sample ballot, and flyer advertising "free rides to the polls".

Includes leaflets relating to:

  • question A: real property tax yield relation to income tax rate (the "Ficker Amendment")
  • question 6: Abortion Law revision

Maryland, 1994
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 24 / 2

Extent: 1 file

Scope and Content:

Leaflets, booklet, stickers, circular letter, sample ballots and newspaper cuttings (political advertisements and articles).

Includes:

  • items relating to Helen Bentley, Parris Glendening and Ellen Sauerbrey (candidates for Governor)
  • leaflet about the Patriot Party
  • UWSA Today (Maryland), 1(1), 1 Sept. (contains information about the primary candidates)
  • voter's guide to the primary election prepared by the League of Women Voters [of Baltimore County]. Published by the Catonsville Times, 47, 7 Sept.

Maryland, 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 24 / 3

Extent: 6 items

Scope and Content:

Leaflets and sample ballots.

Includes leaflets relating to:

  • question C: property tax relation to income tax (the "Ficker Amendment")
  • question E: fire / rescue department

Maryland, 1998
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 24 / 3

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Leaflets relating to Baltimore City.


Maryland, 1999
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 24 / 3

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet relating to Martin O'Malley (candidate for Mayor of Baltimore).


Maryland, 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 24 / 4

Extent: 6 items

Scope and Content:

Leaflets, newsletter, sample ballots and voter's guide.

Includes:

  • The Montgomery Democrat, Mar. Published by the Montgomery County Democratic Central Committee
  • voter's guide prepared by the Washington Post (Montgomery Weekly), 2 Mar.

Maryland, 2002
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 24 / 4

Extent: 16 items

Scope and Content:

Leaflets, stickers, door hanger and sample ballots.

Includes:

  • leaflet relating to Kathleen Kennedy Townsend (candidate for Governor)
  • endorsements from the Montgomery County Education Association

Maryland, 2004
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 24 / 5

Extent: 4 items

Scope and Content:

Voter's guide, sample ballots and newsletter.

Includes:

  • The Montgomery Democrat, Nov. Published by the Montgomery County Democratic Central Committee
  • voter's guide prepared by the Washington Post (Montgomery Weekly), 28 Oct.

Maryland, 2005-6
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 24 / 5

Extent: 14 items

Scope and Content:

Leaflets, circular letters, sticker, newsletter and flyer.

Includes:

  • leaflet relating to Martin O'Malley (candidate for Governor)
  • endorsements from Montgomery County Education Association

Maryland, 2007
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 24 / 5

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet relating to Baltimore County.


Maryland, 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 24 / 5

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:
  • bookmark relating to Virginia Harrison (candidate for Carroll County Board of Education)
  • sticker: "Vote no on ballot questions A, B and C" (Vote No Coalition)

D.1.16   Massachusetts, 1958-2008


Massachusetts, 1958
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 25 / 1

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Ballot, state election, Acton. Candidates include John F. Kennedy in last election (as Senator in Congress) before running for presidency.


Massachusetts, [1975]
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 25 / 1

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Sticker relating to Joe Timilty (candidate for Mayor of Boston).


Massachusetts, 1976
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 25 / 1

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Leaflet and voter's guide to the general election prepared by the Office of the Secretary of the Commonwealth.


Massachusetts, 1978
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 25 / 1

Extent: 9 items

Scope and Content:

Leaflets, booklet, postcard, sticker and town nomination paper (blank).

Includes:

  • items relating to Francis 'Frank' Hatch, Jr. and Edward King (candidates for Governor)
  • booklet about elections produced for teachers and students by the Office of the Secretary of the Commonwealth

Massachusetts (1979 election), 1977-9
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 25 / 2

Extent: 1 file

Scope and Content:

Leaflets, booklet, stickers, circular letters / postcards, door hanger, newsletter, flyer, invitations, newspaper cuttings (articles) and business cards.

Includes:

items relating to:

  • Thomas August, Eugene Brune and Paul Haley (candidates for Mayor of Somerville)
  • David Finnegan, Joe Timilty and Kevin White (candidates for Mayor of Boston)

and:

  • "Elections Officers handbook: AVM voting machine procedures" (Office of the Secretary of State)

Massachusetts (1980 election), 1979-80
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 25 / 3

Extent: 1 file

Scope and Content:

Leaflets, booklets, circular letters, postcard, newsletters, stickers, newspaper cuttings (political advertisements and articles), invitations, contribution card, lists of candidates, voter's guides and application for a public policy question (blank).

Includes:

  • voter's guide prepared by the Cambridge (Massachusetts) Chronicle, 11 Sept. 1980
  • Democratic Newsletter, Nov. 1980 (for precinct 13-11, legislative district 19)
  • The Ladybug Story: "How the ladybug was named the official state insect"
  • The Alligator Story: A "true account of citizen involvement in Massachusetts state government"

and papers relating to:

  • "Vote - Be Counted" (to encourage voter participation)
  • "The Election Game" (voter education project for students, a spin-off from "Vote - Be Counted")
  • ballot question 2: limit local taxes ("proposition 2 ½")

Massachusetts, 1982
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 26 / 1

Extent: 1 file

Scope and Content:

Leaflets, booklets, stickers, newspaper cuttings (political advertisements and articles), circular letters / postcards, press releases, lists of candidates and voter's guides.

Includes items relating to:

  • Michael Dukakis, Edward King and John Sears (candidates for Governor)
  • ballot question 1: state aid to non-public school students and certain institutions
  • ballot question 2: death penalty
  • ballot question 3: restricting low-level radioactive waste disposal and nuclear power plant constitution
  • ballot question 4: regulating bottles and cans

also, four issues of The Massachusetts Socialist, 6(1)-6(4), May-Aug. Newsletter of the Socialist Party of Massachusetts.

and papers relating to:

  • "Vote - Be Counted" (to encourage voter participation)
  • "The Class Meeting Game" (voter education project for students, a follow-up to "The Election Game")
  • "The City Game" (voter education project for students, a follow-up to "The Class Meeting Game")

Massachusetts, 1983
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 26 / 2

Extent: 18 items

Scope and Content:

Leaflets, door hanger and newspapers.

Includes items relating to:

  • Eugene Brune (candidate for Mayor of Somerville)
  • Mel King (candidate for Mayor of Boston)

and the:

  • Somerville Community News, 7(5), Nov.
  • Somerville News, 4(46), Nov.

Massachusetts, 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 26 / 3

Extent: 1 file

Scope and Content:

Leaflets, booklet, newspaper cuttings (political advertisements and articles), circular letters / postcards, stickers, newsletters, flyer, lists of candidates, sample ballots and voter's guides.

Includes:

  • official absentee ballot, Republican primary, Malden, Wards 3-7
  • flyer advertising a candidates forum organised by the League of Women Voters of Newton, 23 Oct.
  • leaflet produced by the Central America Referendum Campaign: "Remember Vietnam? Vote YES for peace in Central America on Nov 6"
  • report outlining the activities and accomplishments of the Massachusetts Democratic state and local committees during the 1984 election season
  • voter's guide prepared by the League of Women Voters of Massachusetts. Published by the Boston Globe, 23 Oct.
  • The Massachusetts Democrat, 1(1), Aug.-Sept. A publication for Democratic Party members
  • Now in Massachusetts, Oct. Newsletter of the Massachusetts National Organization for Women
  • Fighting Worker, 11(3), Oct.-Nov. Newspaper of the Massachusetts Trade Union Educational League

Massachusetts, 1985
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 27 / 1

Extent: 1 file

Scope and Content:

Leaflets, pamphlets, booklet, circular letter, stickers, newsletters, contribution / volunteer cards, guest pass and flyers.

Includes:

  • "Report on economic development, employment, education and entrepreneurship" prepared by the Caucus of Minority Democrats for the MDC
  • The Gardner Democratic Review, Spring
  • Citizens for Participation in Political Action, 13(2), Mar.
  • Massachusetts Democratic Leader, 2(2), Mar.

The papers mainly relate to the Massachusetts Democratic Convention (MDC) held in Springfield, 17-18 May.


Massachusetts, 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 27 / 2

Extent: 1 file

Scope and Content:

Leaflets, stickers, circular letters, postcards, newspaper cuttings (articles), flyer, list of candidates and newspapers.

Includes:

  • items relating to Michael Dukakis (candidate for Governor)
  • the Medford Citizen, Sept.
  • the Somerville Community News, 10(5), Sept.
  • the Somerville News, 7(102), 12 Sept.

Massachusetts, 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 27 / 3

Extent: 13 items

Scope and Content:

Postcard, leaflet, newspaper cuttings (political advertisements and article), newspaper and voter's guide.

Includes items relating to:

  • ballot question 1: Salary increase for members of the legislature and certain constitutional officers of the Commonwealth
  • ballot question 2: wage law
  • ballot question 3: regulation in the treatment and condition of farm animals
  • ballot question 4: stop generating electric power by nuclear power plants
  • ballot question 5: Israel and Palestine (question for Cambridge and Somerville voters)

and:

  • voter's guide from the Boston Globe, 31 Oct., prepared by the League of Women Voters of Massachusetts
  • The Somerville News, 19(290), Sept.

Massachusetts, 1989
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 27 / 3

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet relating to John Buonomo (candidate for Mayor of Somerville).


Massachusetts, 1990
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 27 / 4

Extent: 1 file

Scope and Content:

Leaflets, booklets, stickers, circular letters, contribution cards, invitation, press release, newspaper cutting (article) and voter's guides.

Includes items relating to:

  • John Silber and Bill Weld (candidates for Governor)
  • ballot question 2: restricting use of state consultants
  • ballot question 3: changing laws concerning state taxes and fees
  • ballot question 5: allocating state aid to cities and towns

and:

  • voter's guide to the 1990 ballot questions prepared by the Office of the Secretary of the Commonwealth

Massachusetts, 1992
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 28 / 1

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Voter's guide prepared by the Planned Parenthood Advocacy Fund.


Massachusetts, 1994
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 28 / 1

Extent: 16 items

Scope and Content:

Leaflets, sticker, circular letters, flyers, invitations and voter's guides.

Includes:

  • voter's guide to the 1994 ballot questions prepared by the Office of the Secretary of the Commonwealth
  • voter's guide prepared by the Massachusetts League of Women Voters. Published by the Boston Globe, Oct.

Massachusetts, 1995
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 28 / 2

Extent: 16 items

Scope and Content:

Leaflets, circular letters and "guides for voters, candidates and election officials" (prepared by the Office of the Secretary of the Commonwealth).


Massachusetts, 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 28 / 3

Extent: 24 items

Scope and Content:

Circular letters, leaflets, voter registration forms, sample ballot and voter's guides.

Includes:

  • voter's guides to the 1996 ballot questions prepared by the Office of the Secretary of the Commonwealth
  • voter's guide prepared by the League of Women Voters and the Boston Globe, Oct.

Massachusetts, 1998
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 28 / 4

Extent: 1 file

Scope and Content:

Circular letters, postcards, stickers, leaflets, contribution / volunteer card, newspaper cuttings (articles) and voter's guides.

Includes:

  • voter's guide to the 1998 ballot questions prepared by the Office of the Secretary of the Commonwealth
  • voter's guide prepared by the League of Women Voters of Massachusetts and the Boston Globe, Oct.

Massachusetts, 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 29 / 1

Extent: 10 items

Scope and Content:

Leaflet, sticker, lists of candidates and voter's guides.

Includes:

  • voter's guides to the 2000 ballot questions prepared by the Office of the Secretary of the Commonwealth
  • voter's guide prepared by the League of Women Voters of Massachusetts and the Boston Globe, Oct.

Massachusetts, 2002
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 29 / 2

Extent: 1 file

Scope and Content:

Leaflets, circular letters, postcards, invitation, newspaper cuttings (articles) and voter's guides.

Includes:

  • items relating to Shannon O'Brien and Warren Tolman (candidates for Governor)
  • voter's guide to the 2002 ballot questions prepared by the Office of the Secretary of the Commonwealth
  • voter's guide prepared by the League of Women Voters of Massachusetts. Published by the Boston Globe, Oct.
  • leaflet about "clean elections" prepared by the Mass Voters for Clean Elections

Massachusetts, 2003
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 29 / 3

Extent: 7 items

Scope and Content:

Circular letters and leaflets.


Massachusetts, 2004
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 29 / 3

Extent: 11 items

Scope and Content:

Leaflets, voter registration form and voter's guides.

Includes:

  • voter's guide prepared by the Boston Sunday Globe, Jan.
  • voter's guide prepared by the League of Women Voters of Massachusetts. Published by the Boston Globe, Oct.

Massachusetts, 2006
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 29 / 3

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:

Comprises:

  • leaflet and sticker relating to Deval Patrick (candidate for Governor)
  • voter's guide to the 2006 ballot questions prepared by the Office of the Secretary of the Commonwealth

Massachusetts, 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 29 / 3

Extent: 5 items

Scope and Content:

Comprises:

Leaflets and newspaper cutting (article) relating to:

  • ballot question 1: state personal income tax
  • ballot question 4: equal rights under the law
  • ballot question 5: commonwealth jury

and:

  • voter's guide to the 2008 ballot questions prepared by the Office of the Secretary of the Commonwealth

Massachusetts (undated), [1970-89]
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 29 / 3

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:

Leaflets and newspaper cutting (article) relating to the following candidates:

  • Robert 'Bob' Campo (Alderman-At-Large, Somerville)
  • Michael Sullivan ([Norfolk] County Treasurer)
  • Joseph Vieira (Prudential Committee, Dartmouth Fire District 1)

D.1.17   Michigan, 1980-[94]


Michigan, 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 29 / 4

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Instruction ballot, presidential primary election, City of Warren, Macomb County.


Michigan, 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 29 / 4

Extent: 4 items

Scope and Content:

Sticker, leaflets and nominating petition relating to Colleen Engler (candidate for Governor).


Michigan, [1994]
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 29 / 4

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.

D.1.18   Minnesota, 1996-2008


Minnesota, 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 30 / 1

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:

Leaflets relating to candidates of the Minnesota Grassroots Party.


Minnesota, 2002
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 30 / 1

Extent: 8 items

Scope and Content:

Eight leaflets, including items relating to Roger Moe (candidate for Governor).


Minnesota, 2004
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 30 / 1

Extent: 16 items

Scope and Content:

Leaflets and newspaper cuttings (articles and political advertisements). Includes items paid for by the Jobs Political Fund and the House Republican Campaign Committee.


Minnesota, 2006
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 30 / 1

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet.


Minnesota, 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 30 / 1

Extent: 12 items

Scope and Content:

Twelve leaflets, including items paid for by the Minnesota Democratic–Farmer–Labor Party, the Freedom Club State Political Action Committee, and the Education Minnesota Political Action Committee.

D.1.19   Missouri, 1988-2008


Missouri, 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 30 / 2

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Sticker and leaflet relating to John Ashcroft (candidate for Governor).


Missouri, 2007-08
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 30 / 2

Extent: 44 items

Scope and Content:

Leaflets, booklets, stickers, circular letter, invitations, door hanger, contribution / volunteer card and bookmark.

Includes items relating to:

  • Jay Nixon (candidate for Governor)
  • proposition A: increase state tax on casinos to provide new revenues for schools
  • proposition C: utility companies to use an increased amount on renewable energy

and:

  • results of the "2008 Legislative Survey"

D.1.20   Nebraska, 1980-2000


Nebraska, 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 30 / 3

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Sample ballots, Democratic and Republican primary elections.


Nebraska, 1982
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 30 / 3

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet relating to Charles Thorne (candidate for Governor).


Nebraska, 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 30 / 3

Extent: 16 items

Scope and Content:

Leaflets, stickers and postcards. Includes items relating to Helen Boosalis and Kay Orr (candidates for Governor).


Nebraska, 1994
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 30 / 3

Extent: 10 items

Scope and Content:

Leaflets, door hanger, circular letter / postcard and voter's guides.

Includes:

  • items relating to Sebastian 'Subby' Anzaldo and Harold 'Hal' Daub (candidates for Mayor of Omaha)
  • voter's guide to the general election prepared for Douglas County by the League of Women Voters of Greater Omaha
  • voter's guide prepared by the Omaha Sunday World-Herald, Oct.
  • voter's guide (post-election) prepared by the Omaha World-Herald, Nov.

Nebraska, 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 30 / 4

Extent: 27 items

Scope and Content:

Leaflets, stickers, notebook, paper flag, postcards, business cards and a contribution / volunteer card produced by Win in 96 (a project of the Nebraska Democratic Party).


Nebraska, 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 30 / 4

Extent: 4 items

Scope and Content:

Leaflets and flyer (advertising an event organised by Creighton College Democrats).

D.1.21   Nevada, 2010


Nevada, 2010
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 30 / 5

Extent: 4 items

Scope and Content:

Leaflets and press passes. The press passes are for the Nevada Democratic State Convention, 26 June, and the Nevada Republican Party Election night event, 2 Nov.

D.1.22   New Hampshire, 1980-2008


New Hampshire, 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 31 / 1

Extent: 15 items

Scope and Content:

Leaflets, stickers, newspaper cutting (political advertisements) and a voter's guide.

Includes:

  • items relating to Hugh Gallen and Meldrim Thomson, Jr. (candidates for Governor)
  • voter's guide prepared by the New Hampshire newspaper, Oct.

New Hampshire, 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 31 / 1

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Newspaper cuttings (political advertisements).


New Hampshire, 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 31 / 1

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

1996 candidate questionnaire compiled by the Mancester Diocesan Public Policy Committee. Includes questions originally compiled by the United States Catholic Conference.


New Hampshire, 2004
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 31 / 1

Extent: 13 items

Scope and Content:

Leaflets and voter's guide.

Includes:

  • items relating to John Lynch (candidate for Governor)
  • voter's guide prepared by the Democratic Party of New Hampshire
  • voting reminder from New Hampshire for Healthcare (a project of the Service Employees International Union)

New Hampshire, 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 31 / 1

Extent: 7 items

Scope and Content:

Leaflets, sticker and door hanger. Includes items relating to John Lynch (Governor).

D.1.23   New Jersey, 1980-2000


New Jersey, 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 31 / 2

Extent: 5 items

Scope and Content:

Leaflets, sticker, sample ballot and election guide.

Includes:

  • sample voting machine ballot, primary election, Bass River Township, [Burlington County].
  • Republican Election News: Cape May County, Nov. (special voter's edition).

New Jersey, 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 31 / 2

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet about the Green Party of New Jersey including details of the Green Party candidates.

D.1.24   New Mexico, 1980-2008


New Mexico, 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 31 / 3

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Absentee voter ballots, Democratic and Republican primary elections, senatorial district 18, representative district 20.


New Mexico, 1994
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 31 / 3

Extent: 55 items

Scope and Content:

Leaflets, stickers, circular letters, flyers, newspaper cuttings (articles), newsletters and a voter's guide.

Includes:

  • items relating to Gary Johnson, Bruce King and Roberto Mondragón (candidates for Governor)
  • voter's guide to the general election (constitutional amendments and general obligation bond issues) prepared by the Office of the Secretary of State
  • 1995 calendar produced by the Santa Fe County Democrats
  • Coalition News, 1(1), Fall. Newsletter of the Coalition for Gay and Lesbian Rights in New Mexico
  • Puntos de Vista, 6(4), Oct. A "free, independent, neighborhood-advocacy newsletter"
  • Rio Grande Sierran, Sept.-Oct. Newsletter of the Sierra Club (Rio Grande Chapter)

New Mexico, 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 31 / 4

Extent: 21 items

Scope and Content:

Leaflets, door hangers, voter's guides, sample ballots, voter registration form.

Includes:

  • endorsements from the Santa Fe Reporter
  • sample ballots, general election, Rio Arriba and Santa Fe Counties
  • voter's guide to the general election prepared by the Democratic Party of Santa Fe County
  • voter's guide to the general election prepared by the League of Women Voters of Santa Fe County. Published in the Santa Fe Reporter
  • voter's guide to the general election (candidate listing, constitutional amendments and general obligation bond issues) prepared by the Office of the Secretary of State

New Mexico, 2002
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 31 / 5

Extent: 15 items

Scope and Content:

Leaflets, flyer advertising meet the candidates event, newspaper cutting (political advertisement) and voter's guides.

Includes:

  • items relating to Bill Richardson (candidate for Governor)
  • voter's guide to the general election prepared by the Santa Fe New Mexican, 3 Nov.
  • voter's guide to the general election prepared by the Democratic Party of Santa Fe County
  • voter's guide to the general election prepared by the League of Women Voters of Santa Fe County. Published in the Santa Fe Reporter
  • voter's guide to the general election (constitutional amendments and general obligation bonds) prepared by the Office of the Secretary of State

New Mexico, 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 31 / 5

Extent: 9 items

Scope and Content:

Leaflets, sticker, business card, door hanger and newspaper cutting (article). Includes a leaflet about "instant runoff voting" prepared by the Center for Voting and Democracy.

D.1.25   New York, 1976-2009


New York, 1976
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 32 / 1

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Absentee voters sample ballot, general election, Town of Coeymans, Albany County.


New York, 1978
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 32 / 1

Extent: 5 items

Scope and Content:
  • leaflets relating to Hugh Carey, Perry Duryea and Gary Greenberg (candidates for Governor)
  • voter's guide to the general election prepared by the League of Women Voters of New York State

New York, 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 32 / 1

Extent: 5 items

Scope and Content:

Leaflet, flyer and newspaper cuttings (political advertisement and articles).


New York, 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 32 / 1

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Newspaper cutting (article) relating to the Green Party.


New York, 1987
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 32 / 1

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Naples Republican, Oct. (election issue containing details of Republican candidates).


New York, 1992
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 32 / 1

Extent: 6 items

Scope and Content:

Circular letter, leaflets and newspaper cuttings (sample ballot and political advertisement).


New York, 1994
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 32 / 1

Extent: 16 items

Scope and Content:

Leaflets and a circular letter. Includes an item relating to Lenora Fulani (candidate for Governor).


New York, 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 32 / 2

Extent: 1 file

Scope and Content:

Leaflets, circular letters / postcards, flyers, invitations, absentee ballot application forms and a voter's guide (prepared for assembly district 81 by the Benjamin Franklin Reform Democratic Club).


New York, 2000-01
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 32 / 3

Extent: 12 items

Scope and Content:

Leaflets, circular letters and a contribution card. Includes items relating to Alan Hevesi and Peter Vallone (candidates for Mayor of New York City).


New York, 2002
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 32 / 3

Extent: 25 items

Scope and Content:

Leaflets, stickers, circular letters, door hanger and a voter's guide.

Includes:

  • items relating to Stanley Aronowitz, Carl McCall and George Pataki (candidates for Governor)
  • voter's guide to the general election prepared by the League of Women Voters of New York State

New York, 2003
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 32 / 3

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:

Three leaflets relating to ballot question 3: nonpartisan elections.


New York, 2004
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 32 / 4

Extent: 11 items

Scope and Content:

Eleven leaflets, mainly relating to candidates for State Senate, District 34.


New York, 2006
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 32 / 4

Extent: 7 items

Scope and Content:

Leaflets and a circular letter.

Includes:

  • items relating to Eliot Spitzer (candidate for Governor)
  • endorsements from the Benjamin Franklin Reform Democratic Club and the Communications Workers of America (local 1104)

New York, 2007
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 32 / 4

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:

Leaflets relating to candidates for the Albany School Board.


New York, 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 32 / 4

Extent: 9 items

Scope and Content:

Leaflets, door hanger, sticker, newspaper cutting (article), election affidavit and challenge oath. Includes items relating to proposition 2.1: amendment to Albany City Charter (more checks and balances in the city's budget making process).


New York, 2009
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 32 / 4

Extent: 4 items

Scope and Content:

Four leaflets, including an item about STAR Property Tax rebate, Westchester County.

D.1.26   North Carolina, 1982


North Carolina, 1982
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 33 / 1

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

"The 82 Elections in North Carolina: a conservative perspective" by [The National Congressional Club].

D.1.27   North Dakota, 1988


North Dakota, 1988
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 33 / 1

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:

Three stickers relating to George Sinner (candidate for Governor).

D.1.28   Ohio, 1969-87


Ohio 1970, 1969-70
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 33 / 2

Extent: 8 items

Scope and Content:

Leaflets, memoranda, newsletter, sample ballots, voter's guides and map.

Includes:

  • The Citizens League's Greater Cleveland, 46(8), Oct. 1970 (contains voter's guide to the general election)
  • voter's guides and sample ballots prepared by the Cuyahoga County Democratic Executive Committee
  • map of the City of Lakewood Ohio (1969) showing the wards and precincts

Ohio, 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 33 / 2

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two ballots, Democratic and Republican primary elections.


Ohio 1986, 1986-7
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 33 / 2

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two booklets relating to the inauguration of Richard Celeste as Governor.

D.1.29   Oregon, 1980-2008


Oregon, 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 33 / 3

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Democratic and Republican certified ballots lists.


Oregon, 2008
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 33 / 3

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Newspaper cutting (article) about candidates of the Pacific Green Party of Oregon.

D.1.30   Pennsylvania, 1976-2007


Pennsylvania, 1976
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 33 / 4

Extent: 4 items

Scope and Content:

Leaflets and sample ballots (listing the Democratic candidates endorsed by the Loyal Democratic Campaign Committee).


Pennsylvania, 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 33 / 4

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two absentee ballots, Democratic primary, Dauphin County (Harrisburg, Ward 8 and Middletown Borough, Ward 2).


Pennsylvania, 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 33 / 4

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • leaflet endorsing Jim Tayoun, "the sportsmen's candidate" (National Rifle Association Political Victory Fund)
  • newspaper cutting (article) from The Militant, July, about Socialist Workers Party candidates

Pennsylvania, 1992
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 33 / 4

Extent: 5 items

Scope and Content:

Leaflets.


Pennsylvania, 1994
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 33 / 5

Extent: 1 file

Scope and Content:

Leaflets, press releases, booklets, newsletters, circular letter, reports by candidates and petition form. Includes items relating to Tom Ridge, Mark Singel and Lynn Yeakel (candidates for Governor).


Pennsylvania, 1996
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 33 / 6

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Leaflet relating to candidates for State Representative, District 172.


Pennsylvania, 2000
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 33 / 6

Extent: 12 items

Scope and Content:

Leaflets, postcards, booklet and voter application forms.

Includes:

  • "Vote Democratic" leaflet paid for by the Philadelphia Democratic City Committee
  • absentee / alternative ballot application form (Allegheny County)
  • voter registration application form

Pennsylvania, 2003
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 33 / 6

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Business card relating to Richland Township, Bucks County.


Pennsylvania, 2004
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 33 / 6

Extent: 9 items

Scope and Content:

Leaflets, sticker and polling card. Includes leaflets prepared by:

  • the Pennsylvania Sierra Club (about their environmental voter education campaign)
  • America Coming Together: Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania, 2005
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 33 / 6

Extent: 30 items

Scope and Content:

Leaflets, circular letters / postcards, sample ballots and voter's guide. Includes:

  • leaflets relating to ballot measure: Growing Greener II
  • voter's guide to the primary election prepared by the Philadelphia Sunday Sun

Pennsylvania, 2006
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 34 / 1

Extent: 1 file

Scope and Content:

Leaflets, circular letters / postcards, stickers, door hangers, newsletters, sample ballots, polling card, watcher's certificate (County of Delaware).

Includes:

  • items relating to Ed Rendell and Lynn Swann (candidates for Governor)
  • Montco Dems Area 4, 1(1), Oct. Newsletter of the Democratic Committee of Montgomery County (Area 4)
  • Lower Providence Republican Committee Newsletter, Nov.
  • The Pachyderm Press, 2(2), Spring. Newsletter of the Montgomery County Republican Committee
  • The Ellis Update, Fall (report to taxpayers from Tom Ellis, Chairman of the Montgomery County Commissioners)

Pennsylvania, 2007
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 34 / 2

Extent: 1 file

Scope and Content:

Leaflets, sticker, circular letters / postcard, door hanger and sample ballots.

Includes items relating to:

  • Ed Rendell (candidate for Governor)
  • Dwight Evans, Chaka Fattah, Tom Knox and Michael Nutter (candidates for Mayor of Philadelphia)

and endorsements from the:

  • Laborer's District Council Political Action Committee Fund
  • Progressive Women of Philadelphia

D.1.31   Rhode Island, 1982-7


Rhode Island, 1982
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 34 / 3

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Newspaper cutting (political advertisement) relating to Hopkinton.


Rhode Island, 1984
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 34 / 3

Extent: 4 items

Scope and Content:

Four leaflets including one item relating to Ed DiPrete (candidate for Governor).


Rhode Island, 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 34 / 3

Extent: 5 items

Scope and Content:

Leaflets and a sticker. Includes items relating to Ed DiPrete (candidate for Governor) and a leaflet listing Hopkinton Republican candidates.


Rhode Island, 1987
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 34 / 3

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Voter's guide to state referenda and ballot questions, State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, prepared by the Office of the Secretary of State.

D.1.32   South Carolina, 1980-2006


South Carolina, 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 34 / 4

Extent: 1 item

Scope and Content:

Absentee ballot, Republican presidential primary election.


South Carolina, 2006
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 34 / 4

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:
  • "Vote Republican" leaflet paid for by candidates
  • leaflet regarding amendment 1: same-sex marriage and civil unions

D.1.33   South Dakota, 1980-6


South Dakota, 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 34 / 5

Extent: 2 items

Scope and Content:

Two sample ballots, Democratic and Republican primary elections, Moody County.


South Dakota, 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 34 / 5

Extent: 5 items

Scope and Content:

Leaflets and stickers relating to R. Lars Herseth (candidate for Governor).

D.1.34   Tennessee, 1986-94


Tennessee, 1986
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 34 / 6

Extent: 3 items

Scope and Content:

Newsletter, sticker and business card relating to Richard Fulton (candidate for Governor).


Tennessee, 1994
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 34 / 6

Extent: 9 items

Scope and Content:

Leaflets and a sticker. Includes items relating to Phil Bredesen and Don Sundquist (candidates for Governor).

D.1.35   Texas, 1980-94


Texas, 1980
Shelfmark: MSS. Amer. s. 33 / 35 / 1

Extent: 5 items

Scope and Content:

Circular letter and newspaper cuttings (political advertisements and sample ballot).

Includes:

  • circular letter of support for John Hill (candidate for