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Let's Go with Curtiss

Let's Go with Curtiss Political Button Museum
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LET'S GO WITH CURTISS
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GREENDUCK CO. CHICAGO

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This button was a campaign button for William G. Curtiss, a Democrat running for a seat in the US House of Representatives from the 13th C.D. of Illinois in 1922. Curtiss lost to John C. McKenzie, the incumbent Representative who was first elected in 1910 and was lost again to Republican Willaim Richard Johnson in 1924 and 1928.

William G Curtiss was a farmer educated in University of Illinois. In his lifetime, he was a school director and trustee and acted as the Secretary of the Country Farmers Institute. He also served as a Representative in the lower house of the Illinois General Assembly.

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