Campaign slogans 1912 taft roosevelt bryan

Near mint plus to mint. Moonlit tent with campfire.

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Has the number in lower right front corner. Guaranteed Vintage and authentic. British issueof the period. Unsure as to origin of this item. Altogether, twelve states held Republican primaries.

Taft, however, had begun to gather delegates earlier, and the delegates chosen in the primaries were a minority. No creases, no flaws. Near mint to mint. Original back paper is intact. Primary elections were advocated by the progressive faction of the Republican Party, which wanted to break the control of political parties by bosses.

Unmarked, but appears to be silver. Reddish orange logo on yellow. Afterwards, the delegates seated Taft delegations in Alabama, Arizona, and California on tight votes of, andrespectively.

After losing California, where Roosevelt had won the primary, the progressive delegates gave up hope. Has vertical locking clasp on reverse. No nicks or dings. We have placed a quarter in the photo for size comparison.

List of U.S. presidential campaign slogans

Embedded in this blue clear Lucite paperweight. Made by Brunt in San Francisco. On the evening of June 22,Roosevelt asked his supporters to leave the convention.

No creases, minor wear. No creases, no dings, no flaws. Taft had the support of the bulk of the party organizations in the Southern states. An absolutely stunning piece. Volume 1 - Number 4. We have it displayed, with paper clips holding it up.

Nice piece of Civil War history. World War I era. Appears to be copper. Its the 12th such event and the first time ever held in the United States. Made in Tokyo Japan by Wellington. The Republican Convention was held in Chicago from June 18 to Military Series - 20 subjects. Has not been used outside of red penciled "x" on back.

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We have not attempted to clean or polish this item. Ironic, when you consider Pearl Harbor was right around the corner. The sign reads "To Hell".

Near mint to mint condition.Inside the Wigwam: Chicago Presidential Conventions [R. Craig Sautter, Edward M.

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"I'm just wild about Harry" – U.S. presidential slogan of Harry S. Truman, taken from a popular song title written by Noble Sissle and Eubie Blake "Pour it on 'em, Harry!" – U.S. presidential campaign slogan of Harry S. Truman. The United States presidential election of was the 32nd quadrennial presidential election, held on Tuesday, November 5, Democratic Governor Woodrow Wilson of New Jersey unseated incumbent Republican President William Howard Taft and defeated Former President Theodore Roosevelt, who ran as the Progressive Party ("Bull Moose") nominee.

Roosevelt remains the only third party.

Campaign slogans 1912 taft roosevelt bryan
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