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Stassen Campaign Buttons and Tab, ca. 1948-1956


Cornell University Political Americana Collection


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Collection: Cornell University Political Americana Collection

ID Number: 2214.BT0053

Title: Stassen Campaign Buttons and Tab, ca. 1948-1956

Date Made: ca. 1948-1956

Party: Republican

Election: 1948; 1952; 1956

Item Count: 9

Classification: Costume

Object Type: Buttons (Information artifacts); Tabs

Measurements: Mount: 11 x 8 1/2 in.; 27.94 x 21.59 cm

Materials & Techniques: Metal; Paper (Fiber product); Plastic; Die cutting

Notes: Item donor Susan H. Douglas dates most of these items to Harold Stassen's unsuccessful runs for the Republican Party Presidential nomination in 1948 and 1952. The "STASSEN / STOP / HARASSIN'" button appears to be an anti-Stassen piece; Susan Douglas dates this particular button to the 1956 campaign.

Subjects: Stassen, Harold Edward; Politics; Promotional materials; Symbols; Animals; Elephants; Republican Party; Officers (administrators); Stars; Eagles; Crosses; Veterans; Birds

Repository: Susan H. Douglas Political Americana Collection, #2214?Rare & Manuscript Collections?Cornell University Library?Cornell University

Rights: This digital collection and its contents are owned and operated by the Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library. Digital reproductions are provided for private study, scholarship and research use only and may not be downloaded for use in electronic or print publications (including web sites), exhibitions, or broadcasts, without permission [link to: http://cidc.library.cornell.edu/political/copyright.htm].

Creators

Creator Biography: International

Role: Union

Creator Biography: 1900-1964

Creator Biography: American

Role: Manufacturer

Political Figures

Political Figure: Stassen, Harold Edward

Biography: American, 1907-2001

Relationship: Presidential Candidate

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