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1892 Republican National Convention badge that reads, "Information Cheerfully Given."
Ribbon badge worn by a Minnesota delegate at the 1892 Republican National Convention in Minneapolis.
Commemorative silver pitcher presented to George Brackett. Brackett was head of the Minnesota committee responsible for planning the 1892 Republican National Convention.
Official Governor’s Portrait of Adolph Eberhart, 1917. Painted by artist Arvid Nyholm.
Political poster with slogan, "A.O. Eberhart for United States Senator," 1916.
Political poster with slogan, “Governor A.O. Eberhart will open his campaign for re-election,” 1914.
Governor and Mrs. Adolph Eberhart with their children, 1914.
President William Howard Taft in a car with Governor Adolph O. Eberhart, St. Paul, c.1911. Photographer: St. Paul Dispatch.
Political poster with a portrait of Adolph O. Eberhart, “Minnesota’s Progressive Governor,” c.1905.
Governor John A. Johnson with his wife Elinore, c.1909.
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