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Archives Entries 64
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Object Entries 78
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Image of Welcome Vice President George Bush -

Welcome Vice President George Bush -

Blue and white printed flyer promoting a visit by Vice President George Bush to E. A. Diddle area on Friday, October the 26th, 1984. Billy Vaugh and his Dixieland Band were the musical performers and the event was sponsored by the College Republicans. 8" x 10"

Image of Rap Session with Senator Marlow Cook -

Rap Session with Senator Marlow Cook -

Announces "Rap Session" with Senator Marlow Cook on Friday, September 13th. Location and time are given "at the Fountain between Helm and Wilson Fine Arts Center." Marlow Webster Cook was a former Republican United States Senator from Kentucky.

Image of Keen Johnson -

Keen Johnson -

Black and white poster; "Keen Johnson Democratic Candidate for the United States Senate, Vote The Straight Democratic Ticket" Stamped with the Union Label. 26 x 34 cm.

Image of George Brown Martin -

George Brown Martin -

Black and white poster for George Brown Martin, "seeks democratic nomination for United States Senator." Stamped with the Union Label. 27 x 36 cm. This item was collected by noted Louisville-area political memorabilia collector Robert V. Westerman.

Image of Two Thousand Factories for Kentucky -

Two Thousand Factories for Kentucky -

Handbill entitled "Two Thousand Factories for Kentucky" written by Thomas Graham of the Second District Bar Association meeting in Owensboro, KY, August 13, 1947. Graham is addressing the economic needs of Kentucky with quotes from Congressman Earle C. Clements. He believes that Kentucky's future can handle a goal of 2000 new factories.

Image of Vote Ford For Senator [political poster] -

Vote Ford For Senator [political poster] -

Black and white campaign poster for Democratic candidate for U.S. Senator, Wendell H. Ford; "Vote Ford for Senator." 24 x 39 cm.

Image of Vote for Howell W. Vincent -

Vote for Howell W. Vincent -

Black and white campaign poster for Howell W. Vincent (1910-1992) reads: Vote for... Howell W. Vincent Democratic candidate for Governor of Kentucky This item was collected by noted Louisville-area political memorabilia collector Robert V. Westerman.

Image of Robert H. Lucas -

Robert H. Lucas -

Black and white poster: For United States Senator Robert H. Lucas, Republican. Stamped with the Union Label. 1936 Republican candidate for U.S. Senator, Robert Hendry Lucas (1888-1947) of Louisville, Ky. 28 x 36 cm. This item was collected by noted Louisville-area political memorabilia collector Robert V. Westerman.

Image of Waterfield for Governor -

Waterfield for Governor -

Blue and white poster, Waterfield for Governor, a Thinking Students Candidate, Collegians Waterfield Club. Stamped with the Union Label. Harry Lee Waterfield (1911-1988) Democratic candidate for Governor from Hickman Co., Ky. 28 x 36 cm. This item was collected by noted Louisville-area political memorabilia collector Robert V. Westerman.

Image of W. J. Fields -

W. J. Fields -

Black and white election poster for Democratic candidate for Governor, William Jason Fields (1874-1954) of Olive Hill, Ky., "the man who saved the tender youth of America from the burden of fighting the World War. Why do I oppose conscripting the youths of this country for this military service?" The poster includes a portion of a speech of Congressman Fields in the House of Representatives, Tuesday April 24, 1917. There is a misspelled word in the poster and the word applause is listed twice in the speech text. James Cample Cantrill won the Democratic Primary Election but died during the campaign. He was replaced by Field who went on to win the general election. 17 x 28 cm. This ite

Image of S. W. Hager -

S. W. Hager -

Large Black and white poster with a union label, promoting S. W. Hager for Governor. Hager was Kentucky's Treasurer. Poster was used during the 1907 Election for Governor. 31 x 47 cm. This item was collected by noted Louisville-area political memorabilia collector Robert V. Westerman.

Image of Happy Chandler and H. L. Waterfield -

Happy Chandler and H. L. Waterfield -

Black and white poster; "Let's Vote, Let's Take Tax Off Food, Medicine, Clothing. A. B. (Happy) Chandler and H. L. Waterfield. 35 x 50 cm. [1955]

Image of Vote for Vincent -

Vote for Vincent -

Black and white poster for Howell W. Vincent, Democratic candidate for Governor of Kentucky. Stamped with the Union Label and "Wolff." 27 x 44 cm.

Image of H. H. Denhardt -

H. H. Denhardt -

Series of three black and white cartoons of Colonel H. H. Denhardt drawn by Rosenberg. The first panel show "Warren County Law Violators, their road; He cleaned up his home county, a drawing of Denhardt and "He's cleaning up Newport," as he is shown destroying slot machines, stills and vice joints. 32 x 21 cm.

Image of Vote for A. B. Chandler -

Vote for A. B. Chandler -

Red and white poster; Vote for A. B. Chandler for Governor. 28 x 28 cm.

Image of Elect Harry Lee Waterfield -

Elect Harry Lee Waterfield -

Red, white and blue poster; Elect Harry Lee Waterfield Lieutenant Governor. Stamped with the Union label. 23 x 34 cm.

Image of Chandler for Governor -

Chandler for Governor -

Black and sepia election poster for Democratic candidate Albert Benjamin Chandler (1898-1991) of Versailles, Ky.; Chandler for Governor and the straight Democratic Ticket" with "election, Tuesday, November 5, 1935" printed twice with a drawing of a rooster. Stamped with the Union symbol, blacked out and the number 18. Library copy has "CHANDLER" written in black ink below the image. 27 x 35 cm.

Image of Chandler for Governor -

Chandler for Governor -

Black and white poster; Chandler for Governor, stamped with the Union symbol and the number 6. 27 x 35 cm.

Image of Elect the Repulican Candidate -

Elect the Repulican Candidate -

Red and white poster; "Elect the Republican Candidate, Elect Louie B. Nunn." 27 x 35 cm.

Image of Nunn, A Man With A Plan -

Nunn, A Man With A Plan -

Blue and white poster; "Nunn, a Man with a Plan...not a Boy with a Toy. Paid for by Kentuckians for Governor Nunn Committee, Albert Christen, treasurer." Louie B. Nunn, Republican candidate in 1979 election for Governor. 24 x 39 cm.