s0789 POLITICAL EPHEMERA, CAMPAIGN POSTERS AND BUMPER STICKERS, 1930s TO 2008
STATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF MISSOURI RESEARCH CENTER-ST. LOUIS,
UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI-ST. LOUIS
St. Louis political activist Ben Senturia donated the collection in November 2008. Senturia, an ardent environmentalist and supporter of the Democratic Party, advised some of the candidates represented in the collection.
SCOPE AND CONTENT
The Political Emphemera collection contains posters and bumper stickers collected by Senturia, largely from the 1970s through the present with a few from the l930s, 1940s, and 1960s.
Most posters support political candidates standing for office in the state of Missouri or its political subdivisions. The remainder support presidential and vice-presidential candidates. Topical posters advocate or oppose propositions to enact state and local laws, or support particular social issues. Most relate to Missouri or St. Louis.
The posters are listed in the order they appear in the boxes.
BOX 1 (On Site Oversize)
"On Tuesday It's McNary." (Rep.) (Gene McNary, for St. Louis County
"Shapp (Milton) [Dem.] for President--A 'Common Sense' Candidate." 1976.
Robert Tabscott (Dem.) State House of Representatives, 1976.
"Jimmy Carter for President." (Dem.) Missouri Democratic Caucus. 1976.
________ Schaff. (Dem.) Attorney General, 1976.
Steve Sorkin (Dem.) State House of Representatives, Year unknown..
"(Joe) Teasdale for Governor." (Dem.). 1976.
Gov. Kit Bond (Rep.). 1976.
George Peach (Dem.) St. Louis County Circuit Attorney. 1976.
"Re-elect James C. Kirkpatrick---for Secretary of State." 1972.
"(Robert A.) Young for Congress." (Dem.) 1976.
"Tom Eagleton for U.S. Senate." (Dem.) Early 1970s.
"Elect (Bruce) Sommer Your Comptroller (City of St. Louis). (Dem.) Year unknown.
"(Dick) Gephardt, Democrat, Congress." 1976.
(Gerald) Ford-(Robert) Dole (president and vice-president). 1976.
Anti-Jimmy Carter (Dem.) poster put out by Republican Party in the presidential election, 1976. (Poster shows a very large elephant squeezing a peanut with his trunk while stomping on a sign
that says "Plains."
"Senator Tom Eagleton-Neighborhood Headquarters." (Dem.) 1980.
"Thomas E. Zych, U.S. Senate" (Dem.) 1982.
(Unknown) Baker (Dem.) Attorney General. Year unknown.
"Jack Kintz (Rep.) for 3rd District Magistrate Judge." 1978.
Jack J. Schramm (Dem.) for U.S. Congress," 2nd District. Year unknown.
Bruce Diamond (Dem.) County Executive (St. Louis County). Year unknown.
"Re-Elect Bill Clay (Dem.), Your Congressman, District 1." 1972.
"Vote August 5, (unknown) Sullivan, for State Representative (Dem.). Year unknown.
"Re-elect President (Jimmy) Carter (Dem.). 1980.
(Jimmy) Carter-(Walter) Mondale (president and vice-president) (Dem.) 1976.
"Tom Ryan (Dem.) and the Rest of Us--for U.S. Senate." 1982.
(Jerry) Brown (Dem.) for President. Probably 1980.
(James E.) Spain! Attorney General. 1972
John Glenn (Dem.) for President. (Primary election) Spring 1984.
Robert Young (Dem.), U.S. Congress, 2nd District. 1982.
"Re-Elect Sheila Lumpe, State Representative, 88th District. 1982.
Gene McNary (Rep.) "A New Governor. (Primary election) 1972.
"We're for Senator (Stuart) Symington. (Dem.) He Works for Us." U.S. Senate. 1970.
"On Tuesday It's (Gene) McNary (Rep.) for Supervisor, St. Louis County. 1974
"Nobody." (In reference to presidential election.) 1968.
"Re-elect Wm. 'Bill' Clay (Dem.), 1st Congressional District (U.S. House of Representatives) No date, probably mid-1970s.
"LBJ (Dem.) for the USA (Presidency.) 1964.
"Vote for Tom Curtis (Rep.) for U.S. Senator." 1974.
"E.J. 'Lucky' Cantrell (Dem.), State Treasurer. 1972.
"Re-elect the Best." Stuart Symington (Dem.), U.S. Senator. 1970.
(Morris [Mo]) Udall (Dem.) for President. Primary election. 1976.
"Elect Robert S. Cohen, Democrate, Magistrate, 2nd District. 1974.
"Vote (Bruce) Sommer-Alderman (City of St. Louis). Feb. 1979.
"Sweeney (Dem.)-Democrat for State Representative. 1974.
"Buzz Westfall-Democrat for Presecuting Attorney (St. Louis County.) 1978.
"(Marvin) Madeson (Dem.) Can Win." (Candidate for St. Louis County Supervisor.) 1974.
(Walter) Mondale (Dem.) (Candidate for Democratic nomination for the Presidency.) 1984.
"Jimmy Carter-Walter Mondale, Leaders for a Change." 1976.
"On Nov. 2nd, Jimmy Carter, President." 1976.
"(John) Ashcroft (Rep.) Attorney General." 1976.
"Vote for the (Kit) Bond-(William) Phelps Team." (Rep. candidates for governor and lieutenant governor.) 1972.
"Rainbow for (Walter) Mondale-(Geraldine) Ferraro (Dem. candidates for president and vice-president.) 1984.
(John) Ashcroft (Rep.), State Auditor. 1974.
"Teamsters Joint Council No. 13--Endorses Jimmy Carter for President (Dem.) Year unknown.
"Ken Cohen (Dem.) Comptroller (City of St. Louis.)" Date unknown.
"Gerald Ford and Bob Dole (Rep.)-President-Vice-President. 1976.
"Re-elect Sue Shear"(Dem.) 76th Representative District, 1974.
"Elect (Sorkis) Webbe,(Dem.) President, Board of Alderman (City of St. Louis), 1969.
"A New Leader for a New Time!" (Nonpartisan) Mark Harvey, University City School Board, 2004
"Still for Mel." (Carnahan), (Dem.) (US Senate), 2000.
(George) Bush-(Dick) Chaney Rep.) President-Vice-President, 2000.
(Jim) Talent (Rep.) Governor, 2000.
(Al) Gore (Joe) Lieberman,(Dem.), 2000.
Joe Maxwell (Dem.) for Lieutenant Governor, 2000.
(Bob) Holden (Dem.) Governor, 2000.
"Stay Out--the Bushes." 2000.
Nancy Farmer (Dem.) "Experience Counts." 2000.
"Governor Joe (Dem.) Teasdale--It's Happening." 1976.
(Geraldine) Ferraro for America. (Dem.) Nominee for Vice-President,1984.
Elect Elbert Walton, Aldermanic President (City of St. Louis). Date unknown.
(Edward [Ted]) Kennedy for President. Primary election, 1980.
Tom Ryan(Dem.), For State Representative, 73rd District, 1984.
(John) Ashcroft (Rep.), Governor. 1984.
Bill Webster (Rep.), Attorney General, 1984.
Mel Hancock (Rep.), Lt. Governor, 1984.
Jeff Smith (Dem.) Democrat for Missuri Senate, 2006.
(Walter) Mondale-(Geraldine) Ferraro (Dem), 1984.
"Vote Ellen Bern for School Board" (University City, nonpartisan) 2006.
Vivian Eveloff (Dem.) State Senate, 1994.
(John) Ashcroft (Rep.) U.S. Senate, 1994.
"Gerry Ortbals (Dem.) for U.S. Senate." 1994.
"Go Jackie Go! (Welcome Home!) (To celebrate Jackie Joyner Kersee's success in the Olympics), 1994.
"Vote--Alan Wheat, (Dem.) U.S. Senate, 1994.
Vincent Schoemehl (Dem.) Mayor, St. Louis. Year unknown.
"Tom Eagleton (Dem.) Elect a Senator for ALL Missourians." Probably 1968.
Roy Blunt (Rep.) Secretary of State, 1984.
"Jack Buechner, Republican for U.S. Congress." 1984.
"Re-elect Stuart Symington (Dem.) United States Senate--Keep Missouri Strong. Year unknown.
(Ken) Rothman for Govenor (Dem.)--For the Future We Want, The Govenor We Need. 1984.
"Congressman 'Bill' Clay (Dem.) Works for You." Date unknown.
"Vote (Unknown) Waterson (Rep.), State Auditor, 1978.
Fred Harris (Dem.), Democrat for President, '76.
Bosley, Jr., Mayor (Dem.) (City of St. Louis) Freeman Bosley, Jr. 1993.
"Right to Work--Vote Yes--Amendment 23." 1978.
"It Should be Called Right to Wreck. Vote No on Amendment 23." 1978.
"Vote No-Amendment 23-It's a Rip-off." 1978.
Vote Yes--Proposition A, June 5. Issue and date unknown.
"Take on UE Before UE Takes You." (UE was Union Electric, proposition relates to regulating electricity rates.) Date unknown.
"Reform Electric Rates," petition drive sponsored by Citizens for Reformed Electric Rates, 1976.
"Freeze Nuclear Weapons, Vote, NOv. 6, 1984."
"STOP the Utilities from Making YOu Pay for their Mistakes. Vote Yes on B." Date unknown.
"We Can Stop Nuclear Power at Seabrook, N.H., April 30." (Probably 1977.)
"Rally for a Nuclear-Free Missouri. Cancel Calloway (nuclear power generating station." Missourians for Safe Energy.
"Boycott J.P. Stevens Products (1978 Rally). (Union boycott of textile manufacturer for its refusal to negotiate with unions.)
"March on Washington, May 6." (Anti-nuclear power demonstration.) May 1979.
"Rowe Anti-nuclear Demonstration." (Anti-nuclear power generating power plant, Rowe, Massachusetts.) Sometime in 1970s.
"Vote No on Proposition 1,Nov. 2, 1976. (relating to utility rates.)
"Instead of War--Invest in People." (Pertains to Iraq War.) 2003.
"Raise Hell Not Rates." Issue and date unknown.
"Immigrant Workers Freedom Ride." St. Louis, Missouri, September 28-29, 2003.
"Go Rams." 2000.
"Vote 'Yes', Nuclear Weapons Freeze, Proposal E, Nov. 2." Origin unknown, 1982.
"Enough! Freeze Nuclear Weapons-Vote Yes, E." (Detroit Area Nuclear Weapons Freeze.) 1982.
"Thurston County and the Nuclear Arms Race: An Educational Forum." (At Olympia, Washington.)
"Shellout Falter-Public Hearings on Nuclear War Evacuation Plans." (Verona, Stoughton, and Madison, Wisconsin. Probably early 1980s.
"The Day After." "The Most Important Television Movie Ever Made." Nov. 20, 1983.
"End the Race or End the Race--Freeze Nuclear Weapons." Date unknown.
"This House Has No Fallout Shelter: Peace Is Our Only Security." (Origin and date unknown.)
"Freeze the Arms Race." (Origin and date unknown.)
"Freeze Nuclear Weapons--Yes on 2." Springfield (Mo.) Nuclear Weapons Freeze Campaign. (Date unknown.)
"Occupy and Restore Seabrook Power Plant." (Date unknown.)
"Nuclear Weapons Make Us Atomic Slaves: Generation after Generation." (Origin and date unknown.)
"HELP--Vote Yes for Proposition No. 1 on August 5. 1980 (Assistance for the handicapped in the City of St. Louis.
"How 'Bout Them Cards." (In re 1984 World Series.)
"Cardinals--This Bud's for You."
"Warning--The Right to Work (for less) Gang is Gunning for You!" 1978.
"Vote Yes--Sept. 23, Nuclear Force Maine." (Date unknown.)
"Habitat Destruction is No Joke--Stop Meramac Dam Vote No, August 8, 1978."
"Dr. Helen Caldicott, "The Medical Dangers of Radiation Exposure." Talk given in St. Louis (date unknown.)
BOX 2 (On Site Oversize)
NEA--"Teachers for (Jimmy) Carter-(Walter) Mondale (Dem.) "Because
education must be a top priority." 1976.
Alan Wheat (Dem.) "Vote Tuesday for U.S. Senate. 1994.
On Nov. 2nd Jimmy Carter, President, Democrat. 1976.
Vote for these Democratic Candidates-Election Tuesday, November 5." (Eight candidates for state and county offices--probably
"The George Bush Family. A President We won't Have to Train." 1988.
Jimmy Carter/Walter Mondale (Dem.) "Por U Neuvo Comienzo. Vote Democrata Noviembre 2." 1976.
"Vote Jobs. Vote Fair Prices. Vote Tax Justice. Vote Health Care." "Vote Carter-Mondale (Dem.) Nov. 2." 1976.
Carter for President." (Poster shows a large peanut with a smile and big teeth.) 1976.
"A Special Message to UAW Members--Register and Vote for a Change." (Includes a picture of Jimmy Carter.) 1976.
Teachers for Carter-Mondale (posted by the NEA. Poster lists programs that will support education and teachers.)
Poster features a painting of two cardinals on a tree limb. In lower left hand corner, with "Jimmy Carter" in script. Poster
produced by Conservationists for Carter. Probably 1976.
Elect Thomas A Villa, Democrat, President, Board of Alderman (City of St. Louis) Date unknown.
"No Parking" for Jan. 20-21, 1957. Also says "Presidential Inauguration."
(Walter) Mondale (Geraldine) Ferraro. Noon, Aug. 29, 1984 at the Old Post Office (City of St. Louis.)
(Bob) Holden (Dem.)-State Treasurer Either. 1992 or 1996.
Democrat (Michael) Dukakis (Lloyd) Bentsen '88. (Candidates for President and Vice-President, respectively.)
Congressman (William) Lacy Clay (Dem.) 2006.
Claire McCaskill for U.S. Senate (Dem.) A Senator on OUR Side. 2006.
Jay Nixon (Dem.) Governor 2008.
Joan Bray (Dem.) for Missorui Senate. 2006.
Mondale for America. 1984.
"Keep Missouri in Good Hands--Elect Your Democratic Team." (Large poster with with pictures of 6 candidates
for state offices and U.S. Senate, led by Warren Hearnes for governor and Thomas Eagleton for U.S. Senate.) 1968.
"Jimmy Carter for President--A Leader for a Change." Vote Democratic. 1976.
Vote (Bruce) Sommer (Dem.) Alderman (City of St. Louis) 1979.
Jimmy Carter-Walter Mondale-Headquarters. Vote Democratic. 1976.
Governor Kit Bond (Rep.) 1976.
"Re-elect on Her Record.-Leonor K. Sullivan, Democratic Candidate for U.S. Congress. 1976.
Rainbow for Mondale-Ferraro 1984.
Bring Back (Kit) Bond (for governor.) 1980.
(Gerald) Ford-(Bob) Dole (Rep.) Neighborhood Headquarters. 1976.
Mike Dukakis for President '88.
(Ronald) Reagan and (George [H.W.]) Bush Rep. 1980.
"Make Your Vote Count for Effective Representation. Steve Vossmeyer--State Representative, 88th District, Democrat," 1972.
"Re-elect Sue Shear, Democrat, 76th Representative District." 1974.
"Let's Put People Back to Work." ELECT FELIX J. PANLASIGUI, 1st Congressional District Democrat. 1976.
(Unknown) Panke-Democrat State Representative, 85th District. Date unknown.
"Vote for the First Four for School Board (City of St. Louis) Davis,Purdy, Smith, Stewart." Date unknown.
Kit Bond (Rep.) U.S. Senate, 1992.
Vote for Geri! Geri Rothman-Serot for U.S. Senate (Dem.) 1992.
Bill Webster (Rep.) Governor, '92.
"Now There's A Choice. . ." (Ross) Perot for President." 1992.
Joan Kelly Horn (Dem.), Congress. 1992.
"Vote Democratic." (Walter) Mondale--(Geraldine) Ferraro. 1984.
Steve Koslovsky, (Dem.) '88 State Senator, District 7.
(George) Bush--(Dan) Quavle (Rep.), 1988.
Mike Wolff--Democrat for Attorney General. Date unknown.
Gretta Forrester (Rep.), State Representative. 1988.
(John) Ashcroft (Rep.), State Auditor. 1974.
RE-ELECT Congressman Richard H. Ichord. (Dem.) "He Gets Things Done." 1972.
(Jerry) Brown, "Democrat for President--Protect the Earth--Serve the People--Explore the Universe." 1980.
"Teamsters Joint Council No. 13 Endorses Jimmy Carter for President." Date unknown.
(Ben) Uchitelle for Mayor (Clayton). (non-partisan.) Date unknown.
(Michael) Dukakis, President, '88 (Dem.)
Re-elect Dan McGuire, Alderman, 28th Ward (St. Louis, Dem), Date unknown.
"For Continued Progress." Harriet Woods for U.S. Senate, Sheil Lumpe, State Representative, 88th, Travis Marrison for
State Auditor." (Democrats.) 1982 or 1986.
Harriet Woods--Democrat, U.S. Senate. 1982 or 1986.
Elect Sheila Lumpe, Democrat for State Representative, 77th District.
Montgomery County, DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES at the Election, Tuesday, November 8, 1938. (Poster features eight candidates
for county and state offices.)
For Strong Leadership--Vote Democratic. (Poster has seven pictures, led by Lyndon B. Johnson for President, Stuart Symington
U.S. Senate, Warrren Hearnes for Governor of Missouri.) 1964.
(?) Block--Magristrate Judge, Democrat, 10th District, St. Louis County. 1978.
"Missouri Democratic Leadership. . . for a Fresh Start!" '72. Poster features the following: Ed Dowd (Governor) Jack Schramm (Lieutenant
Governor), James Kirkpartick (Secretary of State), James Spainhower (Treasurer), James E. Spain (Attorney General.)
Re-Elect JOHN H. POELKER--Democrat for Comptroller. St. Louis City. Year unknown.
(Betty) Van Uum, 3rd District Democrat, (St. Louis County) County Council. Date unknown.
Mitt Romney for President (Rep.) Primary election, 2008.
YES ON 11 Safe Waste Disposal First (date unknown)
SAVE PARKS AND SOILS--VOTE YES ON 7 NO TAX INCREASE (Date unknown)
CAT LOVERS AGAINST THE BOMB 1986 (Advertisement for wall calendar.)
Join the Ratepayer's Revolt. YES ON B (In re electric utilities rates.) (date unknown.)
A CALL TO ACTION. Stop Nuculear Power at Seabrook, N.H. Occupation and Restoration--1978
Direct Action, Seabrook, May 24 (probably 1978)
HELP Vote YES for Proposition No. 1 on August 5 (1980) (In re handicapped in St. Louis.)
YES on 2 For Lifesaving Stem Cell Cures (2006)
BOX 3 (On Site Oversize)
Steve Sorkin (Dem.), for State Representative, 1998.
Ed Mass, for St. Louis County Special School District, 1997.
Larry Rice (Ind.), for governor, 2000.
Nancy Farmer (Dem.), for tresurer, 2000.
Joan Bray (Dem.), for State Representative, 1996.
Clinton-Gore (Dem.) for U.S. President and Vice-President, 1996.
Alan Wheat (Dem.), for U.S. Senate (from Missouri.), 1994.
John Bass (Dem.), for St. Louis City Comptroller, 1973.
Margaret Donnely (Dem.), for State Representative, 2002.
Barbara Fraser (Dem.), for State Representative, 2002.
Jean Carnahan (Dem.), for U.S. Senate, 2002.
John Lewis (Dem.), for State Senate, 2002.
Joan Bray (Dem.), for State Senate, 2002.
Clarence Harmon (Dem.) for Mayor, City of St. Louis, 1997.
Nancy Farmer (Dem.) for U.S. Senate (from Missouri), 2004.
Clay for Congress (do not know if the candidate is William (Bill) or his son William Lacy Clay, and the year is unknown.)
Kerry-Edwards (Dem.), for U.S. President and Vice-President, 2004.
Claire McCaskill (Dem.), for Governor, 2004.
Maria Chapple (Dem.), for State Representative, 2004.
Rita Days (Dem.), for State Senate, 2002.
Dick Gebhardt (Dem.) U.S. House of Representatives, 2002.
Elect Bob Hilgermann (Dem.), for State Representative, 2002.
Mel Carnahan (Dem.), for U.S.Senate, 2002.
Mel Carnahan (Dem., now deceased), "Don't Let the Fire Go Out," for U.S. Senate (2002).
"Bond, His Word is Not His Bond." Anti-U.S. Senator Kit Bond (Rep.) placard (1999).
Bob Holden (Dem.), for Govenor, year of poster unknown.
Joan Bray (Dem.), for State Senator, 2006.
Shelley Welsch (no party affiliation), for Mayor of Universtiy City, 2006.
Michael Glickert (no party affiliation), for 2nd Ward Council seat, University City, 2006.
Jim Conway (Dem.), for State Senate, 1974.
Jack Schramm (Dem.),for Lieutenant Governor, 1972. (two posters)
Russ Carnahan (Dem.), for U.S. House of Representatives, 2006.
Tom Eagleton (Dem.), for U.S. Senate, 1974. (two posters)
John Ashcroft (Rep.), office and year unknown.
Bill Emerson (Rep.), for U.S. House of Representatives, 1982.
Matt Blunt (Rep.), for Missouri Secretary of State, 2000.
E.J. Cantwell (Dem.), for State Representative (in 1960s).
Barbara Fraser (Dem.), for St. Louis County Council, 2006.
Jimmy Carter (Dem.), for U.S. President, 1976.
Jerry Litton (Dem.), for U.S. Senate, 1976.
Rachel Storch (Dem.), for State Representative, 2008.
Robin Carnahan (Dem.), for Missouri Secretary of State, 2008.
Russ Carnahan (Dem.), for U.S. House of Representatives, 2008.
Buzz Westfall (Dem.), for St. Louis County Prosecuting Attorney, 1978.
_____ Roach (Dem.), for Alderman, City of St. Louis, 1971.
Warren Hearnes (Dem.) for U.S. Senate, 1976.
Barak Obama (Dem.), "Vote in Missouri," for U. S. President, 2008.
Women for Obama (Dem.), for U.S. President, 2008.
Vote Yes: Proposition A, For a Minimum Wage, 1996.
Yes on Amendment 8, Clean Water and State Park Support, 1996.
Vote No on #7, the Hancock Amemendment (to limit state spending and taxation), 1980.
Support Hancock II, (to enhance the above), 1994.
Vote No on Right to Work Amendment, 1978.
Save Our Streams, Proposition A, 1990.
No on Amendment 2 (a ban on gay marriage), 2004.
Vote No on Amendment 23 (purpose and date unknown.)
War in Iraq? Not in Our Name. Instead of War--Invest in Peace. (Circa 2003/04.) Two-sided placard.
Yes on Proposition B--For Fair Elections (In re campaign Finance Reform.) 2002.
No Ground Level Trains--M, 1999. (In re expansion of the Metro Link.)
No to Hidden Hand Guns, No on B, 1999. (In re a proposition to legalize concealed carry.) of handguns.
Yes on P--Protect Our Parks, 2007. (For more public support of parks.)
Yes on Proposition P, 2008. (For clean energy.)
Honeysuckle Removal Project, 2007 (Sponsored by Forest Park Forever.)
(John) Anderson for President (R) 1980.
(John) Connally-Leadership for America (D) (Presidency) 1980.
Jerry Ford--Nixon's Revenge (R) 1976.
(Barry) Goldwater '68 (R).
Fred Harris for President (D) 1976.
HHH (Hubert H.) Humphrey (D) (Presidency) 1968.
HHH NOT K.K.K. 1968.
(Henry M., "Scoop") Jackson (D) (Presidency) 1976.
ABJ for President (Anybody But Johnson) Probably 1964.
(Lyndon) LaRouche-Democrat for Presidential Nomination. Date unknown.
(Eugene) McCarthy '72 (D) (Presidency) 1972.
"That Government is Best Which (Mc)Governs the Least." 1972.
(George) McGovern--(Sargent) Shriver and a Congress that Cares (D) 1972.
(Walter) Mondale/(Geraldine) Ferraro, '84 (D)
Wayne Morse (D) (Presidential primary) 1960.
"Nixon Enemy #29,168,509." Date unknown.
"Impeach Nixon (and Spiro, too.) Date unknown.
Nixon for Ex-President (R) 1972.
Impeach Nixon date unknown.
"Pave Poelker--Save Forest Park." (Poelker was Mayor of St. Louis, 1973-1977.) 1970s.
Impeach Reagan. Date uknown.
Reagan '84--War '85.
Elect John Roach (D) Alderman, 28th Ward (St. Louis City.) Date unknown.
"Walkin' Joe" Teasdale (D) (Candidate for governor of Missouri) 1976.
"I Know Watt's Wrong." (R) (Watt was Secretary of Interior under President Ronald Reagan, 1981-1983.)
"Kill-a-Watt--Save Power." Date unknown.
Harriett Woods (D) U.S. Senate (either 1982 or 1986.)
Solar Energy is Sheet Metal (Produced by the Sheetmetal Workers union.)
"What if theyt Gave a War and Nobody Came?"
Peace is Patriotic.
"Don't Grow Nuclear Plants."
Nuclear Power--Expensive Way to Go.
"Blessed Are the Peacemakers."
Stop Calloway. (Refers to the construction of the Calloway Nuclear Power Plant.)
"I'm a Freeze Voter."
"Save Our Streams--Vote Yes on Proposition A."
Stop Nuclear Power.
"Right-to-Work" is a RIPOFF."
The Freeze--Because Nobody Wants a Nuclear War.
No Nukes--Join MSE 727-0600.
Freeze Nuclear Weapons--Vote Yes September 14.
Natural Streams for Future Generations.
Lake Erie Died for Our Sins.
Vietnam: Time's Up. March on Washington, November 15 (1969.)
Kent State--Remember--Jackson State (1970.)
Another Effete Intellectual Snob for Peace.
Amendment 23 is A RIPOFF-VOTE NO.
I'm a Freezevoter, '84.
Square Deal for "Lindy Squared."
Yes on 11--Safe Waste Disposal First (Relates to disposal of radioactive waste.)
Don't Pay for Electricity in Advance.
Vote Yest for Fair Electric Rates.
Buy Union. Save America.
Dismantle the Nukes.
Step One: US/USSR Nuclear Weapons Freeze.
The Equal Rights Amendment Includes Women in the Constitution.
America: Love It Or Lose It.
America: Change It or Lose It.
Screw (censored) The Supreme Court!
Custer Had It Coming.
Visit $an Clemente. (You Paid for It!)
Recycle Today to Save Tomorrow.
HAVE YOU THANKED A GREEN PLANT TODAY?
Pool It. (Has an image of a car full of people.)
For a Voice on Utility Rates-YES ON D.
MY KARMA RAN OVER MY DOGMA.
PRACTIC RANDOM KINDNESS AND SENSELESS ACTS OF BEAUTY.
Suppose Kuwait's Main Product was Broccoli.
Americans for Peace.
Freeze Nuclear Waepons.
Set Yourself Free--Vote Yes on "B".
Vote Yes--Proposition "B" for FAIR Electric Rates.
"Natural Streams for Future Generations."
HARDHATS FOR THE LETTUCE BOYCOTT--WE SUPPORT THE FARMWORKERS UNION!
SAVE OUR REPUBLIC-IMPEACH EARL WARREN.
STOP THE ARMS RACE-FREEZE REAGAN IN "84.
Natural Streams--For Future Generations.
OPERATION CLEAN STREAM.
AMENDMENT 2--VOTE YES TO END FOOD/MEDICINE TAX.
NORTH-SOUTH HIGHWAY. NO WAY!
AMENDMENT 23 IS A RIPOFF--VOTE NO.
I'm Cured of Baseball Fever.
STOP THE CALLOWAY NUCLEAR PLANT.
JOIN NEW DEMOCRATIC COALITION.
SUPPORT YOUR ECOSYSTEM--IT SUPPORTS YOU!
CANCER CURES SMOKING!
3 cents Keeps a Biafran Child Alive Another Day.
War Destroys Chromosomes.
WHEN GUNS ARE OUTLAWED ONLY OUTLAWS WILL HAVE GUNS.