|Title||Harrison for Governor|
|Object Name||Ad, Newspaper|
|Other Number||Broadside 2118|
Advertisement for William B. Harrison for Governor of Kentucky as written by Judge Neill W. Funk and dated October 9, 1931 also a full page advertisement with Harrison and other prominent Kentuckians: E. H. Fuller, Clyde Levi, Dr. W. R. Jillson, Donald McDonald, Jr., Charles T. Ray, J. C. Bird, Lee L. Babcock, Louis Vissman, Hugh H. Ellis, J. E. Johnson, A. T. Siler, Clarence Neighbors, White L. Moss, Mrs. Stuart A. Smith, Edward J. Miller, Sterritt Cuthbertson,
Odie Davis, O. S. Denny, and W. J. Goodwin
This item was collected by noted Louisville-area political memorabilia collector Robert V. Westerman.
|Admin / Biog History||
William Benjamin Harrison was mayor of Louisville, Kentucky from 1927 to 1933. Harrison ran for Governor of Kentucky in 1931 but was defeated by Ruby Laffoon.
Harrison, William Benjamin, b. 1889
"Harrison, William B." The Encyclopedia of Louisville. 2001.
Yater, George H. (1987). Two Hundred Years at the Fall of the Ohio: A History of Louisville and Jefferson County (2nd edition ed.).
|Physical Characteristics||Newspaper print-reproduces poorly|
|Copyrights||Must credit the Kentucky Library and Museum|
|Dates of Creation||1931|
|Extent||Full page newspaper advertisement|