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Accession Number: 2001.41.1

Physical Description: Kansas delegation sign. Three-sided, tall sign with KANSAS printed vertically on each side. Sides are made of cardboard covered with poster paper. One side is white with blue lettering, one side is red with white lettering. Twenty-seven signatures of delegates in blue and black ink and one lipstick kiss on white side. Many more signatures on top. Bottom and top are made of white triangular pieces of thick foam core, hole in bottom for attaching to pole.

History of Object: Sign used by the Kansas Delegation to the 1996 Republican National Convention in San Diego, August 12-15, 1996 at which Bob Dole was nominated to run for President of the United States.

Date: 1996

Dimensions (in cm): 112.20 (H) 30.70 (W) 26.70 (D)

Marks/Inscriptions: [on each side] KANSAS ||

Index Terms

Associations and Subjects

    Individual: Dole, Robert J., 1923-
    Theme/topic: Elections
    Theme/topic: Politics
    Theme/topic: Presidents
    Theme/topic: Political candidates
    Business / Organization: Republican National Convention
    Use, Place of: San Diego (Calif.)
    Business / Organization: Kansas Republican Party

Status: Cataloged

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