I am looking for assistance in identifying the character on this pin back issued by West Philadelphia High School in 1951. The Philadelphia high schools had a tradition of issuing a button specific to their graduating class. Each class also chose an unofficial class mascot to adorn the pin. This pin back shown an image of a young girl with ponytails and has a copyright of KFS. Any help in identifying this character would be most appreciated. Hud
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I found these buttons trash picking and suspect they may have been from the campaign of John Mitchell, the first African American candidate for Governor. See link:
Happy for any information anyone can provide!
GWI 4-B SV.1 THE “GW” MONOGRAM WITH LINKED STATES & “3” CATHEDERAL MARK ON BORDER
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I'M BACKING 173d IN VIET NAM 2 1/4 Dia. From 1965 the 173rd Airborne was the first major U.S. ARMY ground force to be deployed in Vietnam. This is a very rare button and the ONLY one I've seen.
"I'M BACKING OUR MEN IN VIET NAM!" A semi rare pin from 1965 2 1/4 Dia. No makers mark on curl. Sister pin to The 173d
Buy, Sell or trade? firstname.lastname@example.org
Out of SE Asia NOW March on San Francisco April 24 (1971) SMC 1.750 Dia. button, SMC = Student Mobilization Committee, On West Coast 300,000 gathered in San Fran and another 750,000 in D.C.
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OUT NOW April 24 (1971) Washington D.C.march NPAC = National Peace Action Coalition 1.750 Dia. Made by the Horn Co. Over 175,000 march in Washington D.C.
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