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Politics

Let Us Continue: 1964

Let Us Continue: 1964

Aug. 24, 1964. Atlantic City, N.J. "View of delegates and stage with large pictures of John F. Kennedy, Harry Truman, Franklin D. Roosevelt and Lyndon B. Johnson with the slogan 'Let Us Continue,' at the 1964 Democratic National Convention." Photo by Warren K. Leffler for U.S. News & World Report. View full size.

 

For the People: 1964

For the People: 1964

July 13, 1964. San Francisco. "Republican National Convention. Governor Mark Hatfield of Oregon delivering keynote address at Cow Palace." 35mm negative by Warren Leffler for U.S. News & World Report. View full size.

 

Wizards for Goldwater: 1964

Wizards for Goldwater: 1964

July 12, 1964. "Ku Klux Klan members supporting Barry Goldwater's campaign for the presidential nomination at the Republican National Convention, San Francisco, California, as an African American man pushes signs back." 35mm negative by Warren K. Leffler for U.S. News & World Report. View full size.

 

Den of Vice: 1900

Den of Vice: 1900

Bloomington, Illinois, 1900. "Adlai Stevenson residence." Home of Grover Cleveland's vice president, congressman and grandfather of the presidential candidate. Also William Jennings Bryan's vice presidential running mate when this photo was taken. 8x10 inch dry plate glass negative. View full size.

 

Thick and Fast: 1938

Thick and Fast: 1938

San Francisco, 1938. "Yes, Columbus Did Discover America!" A jeweler (and car) with definite political views. Gelatin silver print by the German-born painter and photographer John Gutmann (1905-1998). View full size.

Snoopy for President: 1968

Snoopy for President: 1968

June 1968. "Cartoonist Charles M. Schulz reclining outside next to cutouts of his Peanuts comic strip characters carrying political campaign signs." History records one Richard Milhous Nixon as the victor in this particular electoral contest. From photos by Douglas Jones for Look magazine. View full size.

Failure Is Impossible: 1921

Failure Is Impossible: 1921

Washington, D.C. "Suffrage art, January 29, 1921." A few months after passage of the 19th Amendment gave American women the right to vote. National Photo Company Collection glass negative. View full size.

 
 
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