Montgomery, AL: The Wallace Campaign, 1968. Ephemera. Near Fine. Item #1297
Lot of 13 items from the 1968 George Wallace Presidential campaign. Lot includes:
It Takes Courage! Wallace Has It! Do You! (Brochure)
Voice in Politics: I am a V.I.P. (Brochure)
George Wallace "Wanted for President" Mini-Poster (8 X 11 Inches)
George Wallace faux handkerchief (2 Different Styles)
Platform of the American Independent Party (28 PP)
"Ride with Wallace" 45 RPM Record (RARE)
"We Need Wallace for President" 45 RPM Record (RARE)
Howard Johnson's Promotional Children's Presidential Menu (with handwritten vote for Wallace)
Infamous Double-Sided Broadside "Is the School House the Proper Place to Teach Raw Sex?" (Scare tactic propaganda from The Informer)
"Victory '68" South Carolina Independent Party Double-Sided Broadside (Blatant attack on Eldridge Cleaver, Richard Nixon and Hubert Humphrey). Frames Wallace as needing the support of "white freedom loving Southerners".
Volume 1, No. 2 Issue of STATECRAFT: A Journal of Political Education (Pro-Wallace)
Volume 2, No. 2 Issue of THE WALLACE RECORD: Official Publication of the Wallace-for-President Campaign.
Near Fine condition overall. A very clean lot of original campaign materials.