Republican Campaign Songs for 1920
- Republican Campaign Songs for 1920
- Political Americana
- Allied Printing Trades Council
Republican Party (Ohio) State Executive Committee
- Political Figure:
- Wilson, Woodrow, American (1856-1924), President
Willis, Frank B., American, Candidate for U.S. Senator from Ohio
Cox, James M., American (1870-1957), Presidential Candidate
Harding, Warren G., American (1865-1923), Presidential Candidate
Coolidge, Calvin, American (1872-1933), Vice-Presidential Candidate
- ca. 1920
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- publications (documents)
Harding, Warren G.
Willis, Frank B.
Cox, James M.
- 22.86 x 15.24 (Pamphlet) (centimeters)
- Thirty-one page pamphlet contains song lyrics promoting 1920 Republican candidates and a group candidate portrait on the back cover. Songbook issued by the Ohio Republican State Executive Committee
contains Allied Printing Trades Council, Columbus, O., union label. Lyrics were intended to be sung to the tunes of then-popular songs. A primary theme of the songs is a critique of the internationalism established by Woodrow Wilson.
- Cite As:
- Susan H. Douglas Political Americana Collection, #2214. Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library.
- Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
- Archival Collection:
- Susan H. Douglas Political Americana Collection
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