Campaign buttons. Description: a- Kick out Depression with a Democratic vote. (1930's). b- John Kennedy (portrait). c- Barry Goldwater (portrait). d- If I were 21 I'd vote for Barry (Goldwater). e- GOP Nat'l convention, 1964 "I was there." f- I LIKE DICK (Nixon) g- I'm on the Rockefeller Team. h- L.B.J. in 1968. i- McCarthy for President. j- Humphrey, Muskey (w/ portraits). k- Vote for our next president, Robert f. Kennedy (w/ portrait). l- Nixon-Agnew, a winning ticket (from 1968 election, w/ portraits) Description: Metal brown donkey with moveable legs mounted on metal button to show donkey kicking an elephant, symbolizing the Republican party, with words Kick out Depression with a Democratic Vote in black letters on beige background. Written on back: Charcter Display Co. 3249 No. Herndon St. Chicago, Ill. Green Duck Chicago.

Probably used during the Depression of the 1930s.

Used: political campaign

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