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Democrat Collectibles – Presidents Wilson, Truman, Johnson, Carter and Candidates Too.

Lot 788. Democrat Collectibles – Presidents Wilson, Truman, Johnson, Carter and Candidates Too. More than 25 individual items make up this collection, including photos, magazines and newspapers, news posters, a press kit, etc. President WILSON: An 8.5” x 12.5” offset photo premium with a facsimile autograph, g-vg. President TRUMAN: 8 “Timely Events” Posters, each 11” x 17”, from 1947-49, several years of Truman’s presidency. They feature leading Democrats, members of his Administration, but not the President himself: 1947 – Sept. 19, Jefferson Caffrey, U.S. Ambassador to France, with a group of U.S. Congressmen in Paris. Dec. 22, U.S. Secretary of State George C. Marshall and Soviet Foreign Minister Molotov. 1948 – May 29, Sen. Alben Barkley (KY) and Rep. Sam Rayburn (TX). Aug. 28, Sen. Barkley as Democrat VP candidate and Sen. Scott Lucas (IL) in Illinois State Park. 1949 – Jan. 19, Dean Acheson, Secretary of State, and Sen. Robert Taft. March 17, Louis A. Johnson, new Secretary of Defense, with James Forrestal, the outgoing Secretary. April 8, VP candidate Barkley promoting Easter Seals. May 18, Secretary of State Acheson and other officials. Generally vg or better, some with a tear along one of the folds created in mailing the posters. President KENNEDY: “Ballads for Ballots” sung by Jo Glazer, undated, circa 1960, four-page 8.5” x 11” flyer with lyrics critical of Eisenhower and Nixon and supporting candidate John F. Kennedy. President Lyndon JOHNSON: 1. “The Democrat,” Aug. 24, 1964, Official publication of the Democratic National Committee, “1964 Democratic National Convention Souvenir Edition,” tabloid format, nomination of President Johnson, vg+, 28 pages. 2. “The Diplomat,” Jan 1964, fair with the front cover torn, 48 pages much better condition than the cover, which features President and Lady Bird Johnson and their daughters; a three-page article is inside. 3. Order form for the official book of the 1965 Inauguration of President Johnson, ex-m. 4. “Remarks of the President at National Cathedral School” in D.C., June 1, 1965, vg, 20-page booklet with photos of the President and family members and his facsimile signature. 5. “The Living White House” by Lionelle Aikman of “National Geographic,” 1966 first edition soft cover book, ex, 144 pages, Foreword by Lady Bird Johnson. It presents inside stories about people who have lived at the White House from its earliest days and focuses on President Johnson’s family. 6-8. Three photos, all black & white, two 11” x 13.75” with President Johnson in a meeting with 14 unidentified individuals, ex, and a 5” x 6” photo of the Johnson family, including Lucy Baines and Lynda Bird with her daughter Lucinda and husband Chuck Robb, ex, rough trim at the bottom outside the image. 7. White House etching with a Lady Bird Johnson facsimile autograph. The etching is in a 5.75” x 7.75” frame that shows wear at the top. Candidate MUSKIE: Jane Muskie 1968 Press Kit including two press releases providing biographical information, an 8” x 10” b&w photo, a page on Sen. Edmund Muskie’s nomination for President and several pages of Jane Muskie press clippings. Candidate McGOVERN: Three “McGovern” bumper stickers, ex-m. President CARTER: “Jimmy Carter – America’s Last Chance?” by Moses David (David Berg). Four page 4.25” x 6” brochure supporting Carter and attacking Richard Nixon and Ronald Reagan, “As anti-Christ a man as I know of…,” vg. Two issues of “U.S. News & World Report,” Dec. 27, 1976 & Jan. 3, 1977 double issue, addresses whether Carter is a strong leader, three pages, ex. And Jan. 24. 1977, 10 pages on President Carter’s inauguration and his new administration. Winning Bid $25.    

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