Wilson-Marshall Campaign and Inaugural Items, ca. 1912-1917
- Wilson-Marshall Campaign and Inaugural Items, ca. 1912-1917
- Political Americana
- Whitehead & Hoag
- Political Figure:
- Taft, William H., American (1857-1930), Presidential Candidate
Wilson, Woodrow, American (1856-1924), Presidential Candidate
Roosevelt, Theodore (1858-1919), American (1858-1919), Presidential Candidate
Marshall, Thomas R., American (1854-1925), Vice-Presidential Candidate
- ca. 1912-1917
- Election Date:
- ID Number:
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- File Name:
- Political Party:
- Work Type:
- metalwork (visual works)
costume by form
ephemera (general object genre)
- Copper alloy
Marshall, Thomas R.
Roosevelt, Theodore (1858-1919)
Taft, William H.
Washington, District of Columbia
Dominoes (Game pieces)
Capitol, Washington, District of Columbia
White House, Washington, District of Columbia
- 20.32 x 30.48 (Mount) (centimeters)
- Assemblage consists of two 1912 campaign postcards, 1913 inauguration medallion and pin, 1917 inauguration medal, an undated chromolithograph portrait pin, and an undated crude Wilson medal. The Uncle Sam-Wilson-Roosevelt-Taft postcard was drawn by Earl H. Smith
image copyrighted by JES'BLOW.
- 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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