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Catalog Number 13134-23
Title Brochure, Essay Contest, Why Adlai Stevenson Should be President
Object Name Brochure
Description Brochure, dual fold on orange paper, printed with black ink. Front reads "Win $250 in Cash A Trip to Washington, D.C. To Witness the Inauguration of the President of the United States! An Essay Contest," all printed in black. Interior contains a description of the contest, rules, and contact information.
Date 1952-1956
Culture Ukrainian
Material paper, ink
Made Stevenson-For-President Contest Committee
Place of Origin USA: Nebraska (Douglas), Omaha
People Springer, William E.
History Adlai Stevenson ran against Eisenhower in both 1952 and 1956, losing both times. Previously he had been Governor of Illinois and helped to establish and served in the United Nations.
Credit line William E. Springer Estate, Lincoln, Nebraska
Collection Springer, William E.