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Buttons (information artifacts)

Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Aracelly Santana t-shirt and button collection

Identifier: MSS 372 large
Scope and Contents The second half of the 20th century was a tumultous time for the Southern African region. The instability was mostly due to racial segregation and the marginalization of ethnic groups. It was a time of military coups and political assassinations. Many outsiders were outraged over the injustices being committed and groups were formed in the United States. This personal collection of Ms. Santana's T-shirts and buttons represents one way that people voiced their opinions about the current...
Dates: approximately 1982-1986

Food Not Bombs collection

Identifier: MSS 455 large
Scope and Contents

This collection contains articles, literature, a banner, and buttons that are part of the materials that Food Not Bombs makes available for their groups and/or people interested in starting a group.

Dates: 2000 - 2015

Harvard and Radcliffe Alumni/ae Against Apartheid collection

Identifier: MSS 441 large
Scope and Contents

The Chester Hartman Harvard and Radcliffe Alumni/ae Against Apartheid collection includes many internal documents of the organization, including communications among members of its Executive Committee. Many of the documents in the collection are about selecting and promoting anti-apartheid and pro-divestment candidates.

Dates: 1985 - 1995

Jesus "Chuy" Garcia for Chicago Mayor campaign collection

Identifier: MSS 465
Scope and Contents

The Jesus "Chuy" Garcia for Chicago mayor campaign collection contains of materials documenting Garcia’s broad appeal to the Chicago community. Included are yard signs, posters, campaign buttons, flyers and miscellaneous print material as well as issues from The Reader, The Austin Voice and The Chicago Tribune.

Dates: 2015

Ralph Keyes bumper stickers and other materials

Identifier: MSS 700
Scope and Contents

The Ralph Keyes bumper stickers and other materials consist of dozens of bumper stickers, buttons, and a t-shirt addressing American popular culture and politics in the 20th century.

Dates: 1960 - 2008