Button, Political; 1965:180:A-E

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Mohave Museum of History and Arts

Name/Title

Button, Political

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A - Large 2 1/2" diameter button, made of light gauge sheet metal. Painted with a blue field with white lettering, "I AM A MEMBER OF THE WORLD'S GREATEST WILD BURRO BARBECUE CLUB, APRIL 27, 1957, BULLHEAD CITY, ARIZONA."
B - Medium sized 1 3/4" diameter button, blue and white field, "CACTUS COMMODORES"; KINGMAN, MOHAVE COUNTY, ARIZONA".
C - Medium sized, 1 1/2" diameter button made of light gauge sheet metal. Painted with white field and photos of two political candidates - Earle Cook and George B. Miller..."A United Team for Mohave County".
D - Small size 1" diameter button made of light gauge sheet metal. Red field, white arrow and blue lettering..."GOLDWATER".
E - Small size 1" diameter button made of light gauge sheet metal. White field, photograph and lettering, "Re-elect PAUL FANNIN". Cat #180

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Object Type

Physical Object

Object number

1965:180:A-E

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