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    Colorful Circa 1910 William Howard Taft Felt Pennant With Kaiser Wilhelm Before World War I soured relations, German-American friendship groups were widespread, and politicians "worked" these groups assiduously for immigrant votes. Campaign literature was often printed in German versions for their consumption. This pennant is probably a souvenir from a Taft appearance at a friendship day confab. Great shape but for one tiny hole. Length 16.5".

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    June, 2005
    22nd-23rd Wednesday-Thursday
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