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Locals-Tennessee Paper-3D
Pardon me Ray 45 Record
Item #: POL-003289

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Momento from Governor Blanton's pay for pardons scandal.

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Ray Blanton on the Campaign Wagon-Photo
Item #: POL-003288

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This must have been a proud moment for Blanton and his wife in front of the Capitol. Original photo by Gerald Holly, Staff Photographer for the Tennessean.

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Alf Taylor for Governor Ad
Item #: POL-003275

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Full page ad which came from the magazine, Southern Agriculturist dated October 15, 1920. Features a portrait of Alf Taylor, the Republican Candidate for Governor. Encapsulated except at the top. Chipped out area and on upper right hand corner. Browning along the edges and one water stain at bottom left hand corner. Scan is not sharp due to the mylar. The dark area at the bottom is a reflection and is not present on the paper.

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A H Roberts- Governor-James M Cox- President
Item #: POL-003274

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Rare campaign item for Roberts combined with Cox for a jugate portrait. This is a clipped ad out of the Southern Agriculturist magazine printed in Nashville. October 15, 1920 Browning along the edges and larger area in the scan at the bottom is a reflection. Encapsulated but open at the top.

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Lamar Alexander Campaigning Photo
Item #: POL-003238

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8 by 10 photograph of Lamar Alexander on the campaign trail. Original photo by Gerald Holly of the Tennessean newspaper.

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Bill Brock License Plate
Item #: POL-003235

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This is a hard plastic car tag/

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Clement-Gore Win-1952-Tennessean Newapaper
Item #: POL-003109

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This front page from the Nashville Tennessean August 8, 1952 memoralizes Gore's first political victory, defeating Kenneth McKellar attempting to get his 7th term. Frank Clement has also defeated Browning, winning the Democratic nomination. This page has been deacidified and encapsulated. Ignore the reflections caused by the camera flash against the mylar.

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Benton McMillin-Harper's Weekly
Item #: TEN-003108

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Full standing pose of Governor Benton McMillin taken from Harper's Weekly.

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John Jay Hooker for U S Senate-Record
Item #: TEN-003091

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I don't have a 45 player so don't know what this is. The title is John Jay Hooker, He Understands.

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1875 State Debt Controversy Item
Item #: TEN-002829

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See scan for this item which measures 5+ by 3 inches. Age stain and some damage on the left hand edge. This has to do with the referendum to redeem the bonds on a 50-40 ratio.

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Howard Baker for Congress Paper Item
Item #: POL-002350

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An unusual item from Howard Baker's 1962 campaign. A trash bag. No many of these could have survived.

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Prohibition Tennessee Ballot
Item #: TEN-002333

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D C Kelley for Governor, James Cox of Washington County for Senate and A J Bruner Greene County and other local candidates.

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LH-Republican Head Quarters-1st District
Item #: TEN-002017

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Nice letterhead which has a portrait of W P Brownlow on it. Political talk from John B Alton to Paul Devine. Dates 1900

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Gov John C. Brown 1874 Circular
Item #: TEN-001575

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"Important Correspondence Between Citizens of Memphis and Governor Brown-Views of the Latter on the Leading Questions of the Canvass-Our Public Debt and the History of its Reduction-An Elaborate Review of the Funding Policy-The Civil Rights Bill Unconstitutional and Subversive of Popular Liberty." Reprinted from the Memphis Appeal, July 26. Four pages, measuring 13 by 9 and a half inches. Encapsulated. This was so dull I just couldn't plow through it however there is some racist content. "Who would allow his child to sit on the same bench, and recite in the same classes, and grow up on terms of childish intimacy with the black child? No man who loves his children, or retains one vestige of his pride of race, will submit to this degradation  of his offspring.." More along this line from Governor John C Brown.

Where We Stand

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Richard Fulton For Governor License Tag
Item #: TEN-001567

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Some scratches and wear to this tag.

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Robin Beard Suspenders
Item #: TEN-001562

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This would be a fun thing to wear for for the Republican die-hard. Leather piece which says "I'm a Beard Supporter." Some stains on the suspenders which lpossibly be cleaned.

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John Bell+1846 Signed Lithograph
Item #: TEN-001353

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I'm not sure what to call this so I'll just describe it. This rag paper item measures about 5 by 6 inches. It has moderately heavy age spots scattered throughout. Fold in the middle and a nice litho scene. It bears some resemblance to the early state seals. Note that Tennessee is misspelled. It could have been issued in 1846 which would have been Tennessee's 50th anniversary of statehood. It is autographed by four prominent Tennesseans. The first signer is who was a US Senator (1838-1839 and 1843-1845. The was also an attorney in Nashville and a State Legislator. He ran for Governor in 1845 as a Whig. The second signer is Spencer Jarnagin. He was a US Senator in 1843-1847, a lawyer in Knoxville and later Memphis. He served in the State Legislature in 1833-1835 as a Whig. The third signer is Hopkins Tacy Turney, a US Senator in 1825-1831, 1835-1837. He was an attorney in Jasper and later Winchester. Turney was a Democrat. Finally the last signer is John Bell. Bell was a US Senator, a US Congressman, Speaker of the House, Secretary of War, and ran for President on the Constitutional Union ticket in 1860.

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Kefauver State Headquarter LH-Signed by Estes
Item #: POL-001280

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Wear to this campaign letterhead dated 1954. Hole, rust from an old paper clip and tears all along the edges.

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Gordon Browning Campaign LH-Signed
Item #: TEN-001277

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Letterhead for the State Democratic Headquarters, For President Franklin D Roosevelt, For Vice President, John N Garner, For U S Senator Nathan L Bachman. For Governor Gordon Browning etc. Al Gore is listed under Speakers Bureau. Short note to Abe Waldauer and signed by Governor Gordon Browning. Brown area where paper clip rusted.

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ALS-Gov Malcolm Patterson-Significant Content
Item #: POL-001274

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Interesting letter on Executive letterhead from Malcolm Patterson to Hubert Carter of Lafeyette Tennessee. Patterson appears to be carefully distancing himself from a situation in which a Judge Murray was asking for compensation of services rendered in getting a pardon for a prisoner. This is significant as Patterson was accused of granting pardons to frequently during his terms and it was also charged that his associates made money selling these pardons.

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Robert Taylor ALS-Bob Taylor Magazine LH
Item #: TEN-001272

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Personal letter dated July 19,1905 on Governor Boy Taylor's Magazine letter head. Signed by Taylor.

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Bill Brock Paper Lot
Item #: POL-001091

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Musty smell on the booklet. The pumpkin door hanger matches a similar item used by Richard Nixon.

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Gov Ray Blanton Campaigns in Clarksville
Item #: TEN-001009

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Photo by Gerald Holley of the Tennesseean

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Bob Taylor Trade Card
Item #: TEN-000948

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This beautiful tobacco trade card is from the Governor's series and is in good conditon. Map of Tennessee is on the back.

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Benton McMillin-Tn Governor-Cabinet Card
Item #: TEN-000919

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Very clean photograph by Bell of Washington DC. McMillan served as a US Congressman for over twenty years and served as Governor for the years of 1899-1903.

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