politics

2009

Metal food can, round, with a custom made label, made by Kat Mulkey.The label shows Sarah Palin image and is titled " Aunt Sarah's Moose Chunk Stew." It is a humorous take on the Vice President...

2008

Brown glass bottle, with (replaced) gold colored metal cap, and multi colored printed paper label. Printed in red letter on a bright yellow background at the top of the label is "Mavericks", just...

c.1955-1961

Large Leaflet. Description: "Communist Seeger Sings." "Citizens Committee of California, Inc. presents this document to inform the public about communist activities in civil rights."

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1964

Twelve identical business cards with Chisholm's East Bay Campaign headquarters address: 1601 Fruitvale Avenue, Oakland printed on them. Donor was campaign worker for Shirley Chisholm in San...

1967

White card, printed in blue with the leading title "Vote Yes on Peace" and also "Vote Yes to end the War" in Porposition P. It refers to the war in Vietnam

1967

Brochure titled "Proposition 14, an Unamerican Attack on Our Constitution and Equal Rights!" issued by Californians Against Proposition 14. It lists reasons for voting against the proposition and...

1967

Brochure titled "The Church Says No on Proposition 14", issued by the Councils of Churches in Northern and Southern California. It lists questions and answers on why to vote agains Proposition 14...

1967

Brochure titled "What Has Your Religion to Do with Voting No on Proposition 14," issued by the San Francisco Conference on Religion and Race. Catholic, Protestant and Jewish religious leaders...

1967

Brochure from the November 3, 1967 election against Proposition 14. The brochure is published by Califonrians Against Proposition 14, and lists the leading organizations opposed to Proposition 14...

1975

Green button with orange type: "Sayonara Tunney" distributed by the Hayakawa campaign (on the side of the button int reads, in small print: Hayakawa for US Senate)

2002

On April 20 2002, approximately 20,000 people participated in a peace march in San Francisco. The demonstration began at Dolores Park and ended at the city hall. Many causes were featured on...

1984

Folded mailer reads"Join Us in Voting No on Measure C", inside lists why "dumps and families should not be neighbors". Printed by the No on Measure C, Citizens Businesses and Garbage Companies...

1984

Folded mailer by the Save Our Parks Organization for "Vote 'No' on Measure 'B'". Inside explains the argument, back page lists Save Our Parks local committee members, Contra Costa County, no...

1984

Two "Mondale for America" posters printed in red and blue on white cardboard stapled back-to-back.

1984

Two "Ferraro for America" posters printed in red and blue on white cardboard stapled together back-to-back.

1984

Meet Walter Mondale & Geraldine Ferraro flyer with photograph of the candidates.

1984

Front reads: "The Facts about Contra Costa's Landfill Problems". Opened the mailer features text about measures B and C. Paid for by Contra Costa Environmental Technologies, no date.

1984

East Contra Costa Sanitary Landfill Referendum for Measure B Election on Tuesday, June 5, 1990. Eight pages, cover includes illustration of Contra Costa County logo.

1984

The "Contra Costa Bulletin" newspaper mailer reads: "Choosing Keller Can Save Water Supply, Highly Says", four pages of text and photos. Paid for by the Yes on Measure C Comittee.

1984

This is a campaign button which reads: "This Is The Time". The text is at the top of the button, white writing on a red background. Beneath the writing is a photo of Jesse Jackson

1984

"Yes on B The Safe Site" mailer opens to photos and text about measures B and C. Paid for by Contra Costa Environmental Technologies, no date.

1984

"Vote No on Measure C" mailer, cover displays a of neighborhood with illustration of dump site added. Opens to text about the proposed Kellar Canyon Dump and map of the area. Printed by No on...

1984

This four page newspaper mailers headline reads: "Environmentalists, Tax Leaders Warn: County's Future Depends on Measure C Victory". Paid for by the Yes on Measure C Committee

1984

Bi-fold mailer opens to read:"Don't use taxpayers' money or public property to manipulate the outcome of elections.", includes text and illustrations.Printed by Citizens for a Better Environment/...

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