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1 1968.19 Political Pin, Political Button Nixon-Agnew campaign pin. Nixon written in red, Agnew in blue, on white background. Along the edge, "Official Nixon button." Color: WH,RD,BL 1968.19 (Political Pin, Political Button) image
2 1968.25 Political Pin, Political Button Nixon.
3 1968.27 Political Pin, Political Button Humphrey campaign pin. White pin with three blue H's each containing several white stars. Humphrey written in red beneath the H's. ADCRAFT MEG CO, CHICAGO 60608, union label. 1968.27 (Political Pin, Political Button) image
4 1970.25 Button, Pin Environmental Action. Color: GR,WH
5 1970.63 Political Pin, Political Button "GOP". White with red border and blue lettering. This pin is in support of the Republican Party for which GOP (Grand Old Party) is often used interchangeably. The term GOP started in the 1850s with the split of the parties and was originally referred to as "The Grand Old Party". 1970.63 (Political Pin, Political Button) image
6 1970.64 Political Pin, Political Button Waterloo Republican Committee; yellow and red, "Re-Elect Governor"; 1970. Color: YL,RD 1970.64 (Political Pin, Political Button) image
7 1971.11.18.3 Political Pin, Political Button Dewey for President. Color: RD,WH,BL
8 1971.11.18.4 Political Pin, Political Button In 1944, Thomas Edmund Dewey was the Republican candidate for President, but lost to President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Dewey was the closest candidate to run against Roosevelt in his four presidential elections. Thomas E. Dewey rain again in 1948 for the Republican candidate but lost to the incumbent president Harry S. Truman making it one of the greatest upsets in presidential election history. 1971.11.18.4 (Political Pin, Political Button) image
9 1971.11.18.5 Political Pin, Political Button In 1944, Thomas Edmund Dewey was the Republican candidate for President, but lost to President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Dewey was the closest candidate to run against Roosevelt in his four presidential elections. Thomas E. Dewey rain again in 1948 for the Republican candidate but lost to the incumbent president Harry S. Truman making it one of the greatest upsets in presidential election history. 1971.11.18.5 (Political Pin, Political Button) image
10 1971.11.18.6 Political Pin, Political Button Dewey for President. Color: RD,WH,BL
11 1971.11.18.7 Political Pin, Political Button Pin divided into thirds, Blue top, White middle, Red bottom. "I Like Ike". Color: RD,WH,BL
12 1971.11.18.8 Political Pin, Political Button "I'm for Nixon and Lodge". Color: RD,WH,BL
13 1971.11.20.10 Button, Pin "ARC, LSS, Beginner" button.
14 1971.11.20.11 Button, Pin "ARC, LSS, Swimmer" button.
15 1971.11.20.2 Button, Pin Blood donors. Red cross on white background. Color: RD,WH
16 1971.11.20.3 Button, Pin Blood donors. Red cross on white background. Color: RD,WH
17 1971.11.20.4 Button, Pin Blood donors. Red cross on white background. Color: RD,WH
18 1971.11.20.6 Button, Pin Blood donors. Red cross on white background and the year 1936 under the cross."I Gave" written in blue under the cross. Color: RD,WH
19 1971.11.20.7 Button, Pin Blood donors. Red cross on white background. Color: RD,WH
20 1971.11.20.8 Button, Pin Blood donors. Color: RD,WH
21 1971.11.20.9 Button, Pin American Junior Red Cross buttons. Red and blue shield, red cross on white background. Color: RD,WH,BL
22 1972.34.1 Political Pin, Political Button Pickett for Congress. The word Pickett is symbolized by a picket fence. Oval, with pin on the back side. Color: YL,BL
23 1972.38.10 Political Pin, Political Button Bearing the words "Re-elect Jack Miller U. S. Senator." The words Re-elect and U. S. Senator are orange on a black background. The name Jack Miller is written in black within an orange picture of the state of Iowa, which is on a black background. The back side is gold with a copper pin. Color: OR,BK
24 1972.38.12 Political Pin, Political Button "Ray for Governor" on a yellow background. Back of the pin is silver with a gold pin. Color: YL,GD
25 1972.38.13 Political Pin, Political Button On yellow background, reading "Re-Elect Governor RAY". Back side is silver with a gold pin. The 1972 gubernatorial election ,which was the last election on a two-year cycle, changed to a four- year terms for governors. In Iowa, Robert D. Ray was the current governor who won his third four-year term beating Paul Franzenburg who was the democratic candidate. Four years earlier Ray defeated Franzenburg for governor. 1972.38.13 (Political Pin, Political Button) image
26 1972.38.14 Political Pin, Political Button Black letters bearing the name "Stadlman" on a yellow background. The back side is silver with a gold pin. Color: BK,YL
27 1972.38.15 Political Pin, Political Button Blue "S" shape, bearing the name "Stanley". Back side is white with a silver pin. Color: BL,WH
28 1972.38.16 Political Pin, Political Button Red "S" shape, bearing the name "Stanley". Back side is white with a silver pin. Color: RD,WH
29 1972.38.6 Political Pin, Political Button "Nixon Agnew" in red and blue letters on a white pin. Back is silver with a gold pin. Color: RD,WH,BL
30 1972.38.7 Political Pin, Political Button Red and blue lettered campaign pin bearing the words "Re-elect the President" on a white background. (For Nixon in 1972). Back side is gold with no pin or fastener. Color: RD,WH,BL,GD 1972.38.7 (Political Pin, Political Button) image
31 1972.38.8 Political Pin, Political Button Blue and red lettered with the words "Nixon Now" on a white background with a red and blue border. Back side is silver-gray with a copper pin. The United States presidential election was between the Democratic party nomination, Senator George McGovern of South Dakota, and incumbent republican President Richard Nixon. Senator George McGovern ran an anti-war campaign where President Richard Nixon emphasized on a good economy and his successes in foreign affairs. Like the end of American involvement in the Vietnam War and establishing relations with China. Nixon decisively defeated George McGovern by almost 18 million more popular votes which was the widest margin of any United states presidential election. 1972.38.8 (Political Pin, Political Button) image
32 1972.38.9 Political Pin, Political Button Red and blue lettered campaign pin bearing the words "Humphrey-Muskie" written on a white background with a red top border and a blue bottom border. Back is silver and has a gold pin. Color: RD,WH,BL,SL 1972.38.9 (Political Pin, Political Button) image
33 1972.58.10 Political Pin, Political Button "McGovern President '72" with white letters on a blue background. The United States presidential election was between the Democratic party nomination, Senator George McGovern of South Dakota, and incumbent republican President Richard Nixon. Senator George McGovern ran an anti-war campaign where President Richard Nixon emphasized on a good economy and his successes in foreign affairs. Like the end of American involvement in the Vietnam War and establishing relations with China. Nixon decisively defeated George McGovern by almost 18 million more popular votes which was the widest margin of any United states presidential election.
34 1972.58.11 Political Pin, Political Button "Taylor U. S. Congress" with heavy letters on a white background. Color: WH
35 1972.58.12 Political Pin, Political Button "Remember Oct. 9"; white letters on a black background. The reverse side says "For more buttons Ms. Anderson Clergy & Laity Concerned (402) 426-4006 $25.00/M." Color: WH,BK
36 1972.58.3 Political Pin, Political Button "McGovern - Shriver '72". White lettering on a navy background. Color: WH,BL
37 1972.58.9 Poster, Ephemera Poster, "McGovern - Shriver '72" campaign plastic poster. White lettering on a blue background. Color: WH,BL 1972.58.9 (Poster, Ephemera) image
38 1972.59.13 Political Pin, Political Button "The man for you in '72. Hansen Nov. 7th". Red and blue letters on a white background. Color: RD,WH,BL
39 1972.59.6 Political Pin, Political Button "Now more than ever" with a picture of President Nixon.
40 1972.59.7 Political Pin, Political Button "Re-elect Jack Miller U. S. Senator" with black and orange lettering on a black background with an orange picture of Iowa. Color: BK,OR
41 1972.63.1 Political Pin, Political Button "Schmitz Anderson" with navy lettering on a white background. Color: WH,BL
42 1972.72.1 Political Pin, Political Button "President Nixon" lettered in blue on a white background. This is encircled by a red band and then a blue band. This pin is in support of President Richard Nixon who was in office from 1969-1974 when he became the first president to ever resign while in office because of the Watergate Scandal.
43 1972.72.2 Political Pin, Political Button The top half of the pin has "Nixon" lettered in white on a blue background. The bottom half has "Agnew" lettered in white on a red background. Color: RD,WH,BL
44 1974.25.1 Political Pin, Political Button "Schaben for Governor"; black and white picture of Schaben on white background. Color: BK,WH
45 1974.36 Political Pin, Political Button "Wallace for Governor Our Kind of Man". Red arc on tip and blue arc on bottom with white print. Photograph of George Wallace in center. Color: RD,WH,BL
46 1974.64.6 Political Pin, Political Button "Grassley to Congress"; blue and red print on white base. Chuck Grassley took office in January of 1981 and remains to be a US Senator from Iowa today (10/20/15). A student of UNI when it was still Iowa State Teachers College, he received both his Masters and Bachelors degrees from here. This pin is in support of Grassley's as a Representative of Iowa's 3rd district. Grassley was a member from 1975-1981. 1974.64.6 (Political Pin, Political Button) image
47 1974.67.1 Political Pin, Political Button Celluloid with yellow lettering on red background. "Re-Elect Governor RAY". Union label on curl. In 1974, incumbent Ray defeated Democratic opponent Jim Schaben to capture an unprecedented fourth term as Governor of Iowa and also was elected to the first four-year term in the state's history.
48 1975.47 Political Pin, Political Button "Willkie and McNary" from 1940 Republican party presidential campaign.y Board of Education. Color: RD,WH,BL 1975.47 (Political Pin, Political Button) image
49 1976.24.18 Political Pin, Political Button Lithograph picture button wiht blue and white photo of George C. Wallace in center, framed by red circle with white border at top and "Wallace" in blue lettering in front of a red and blue stylized eagle, blue border at bottom with "For President" in white letters. Curl line reads, "Wallace Campaign - Montg., Al. - C. S. Snider ch. - Fr Dauphin tr." and has union label. Color: RD,WH,BL
50 1976.24.19 Political Pin, Political Button Lithograph Shriver button, with 5 white stars on blue background at top, 5 white stars on red background at bottom with 3/8" white band across center, bordered by black outline and "SHRIVER" across band. Curl line reads, Paid for by Shriver for Pres. Comm., W. McC. Blair, Chairman," and has union label. Color: RD,WH,BL