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Ikie Eisenhower Vill KEEP US Boys In Power

Ikie Eisenhower Vill KEEP US Boys In Power | Print | Wisconsin Historical Society
A two-sided, antisemitic card featuring "Ikie" Eisenhower on the left (with "IKIE" below) and a caricature of a Jewish man on the right (with "US" below). The Jewish man is saying "Ikie Eisenhower Vill KEEP US Boys In Power." Below is the Star of David. On the reverse of the card is a list. "Ikie is the choice of: 1. Bernard Baruch (Jewish American financier, philanthropist and statesman), 2. Senator Herbert Lehman (Jewish Senator from New York), 3. Henry Morganthau (Jewish U.S. Ambassador), 4. Felix Frankfurther (Jewish Justice of the Supreme Court), 5. Louie B. Mayer (Jewish Film Producer), 6. Jake Arvey (Chicago political leader), 7. Eleanor Roosevelt, 8. "Me Too" Dewey, 9. "Me Too" Duff, 10. Jimmie Roosevelt, 11. Harry Truman (U.S. President), 12. Claude Pepper (U.S. Senator) 13. Anna Rosenberg (Public Official) and 14. Anti-Defamation League."
DESCRIPTION
A two-sided, antisemitic card featuring "Ikie" Eisenhower on the left (with "IKIE" below) and a caricature of a Jewish man on the right (with "US" below). The Jewish man is saying "Ikie Eisenhower Vill KEEP US Boys In Power." Below is the Star of David. On the reverse of the card is a list. "Ikie is the choice of: 1. Bernard Baruch (Jewish American financier, philanthropist and statesman), 2. Senator Herbert Lehman (Jewish Senator from New York), 3. Henry Morganthau (Jewish U.S. Ambassador), 4. Felix Frankfurther (Jewish Justice of the Supreme Court), 5. Louie B. Mayer (Jewish Film Producer), 6. Jake Arvey (Chicago political leader), 7. Eleanor Roosevelt, 8. "Me Too" Dewey, 9. "Me Too" Duff, 10. Jimmie Roosevelt, 11. Harry Truman (U.S. President), 12. Claude Pepper (U.S. Senator) 13. Anna Rosenberg (Public Official) and 14. Anti-Defamation League."
RECORD DETAILS
Image ID:97249
Creation Date: 1952
Creator Name:Patriotic Tract Society, St. Louis, Missouri
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Collection Name:Classified File
Genre:Print
Original Format Type:prints, photomechanical
Original Format Number:CF 673
Original Dimensions:3.75 x 2.5 inches
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
On the back, at the foot, it reads "Additional copies: $3.00 per hundred. Patriotic Tract Society, P.O. Box 1031, St. Louis 1, Missouri."

The Patriotic Tract Society was started by Gerald L.K. Smith in May 1948 and headed by Donald Lohbeck. They printed millions of small leaflets that contained short antisemitic messages. The group copied the activities of world renowned Swedish pamphleteer Einar Aberg.

SUBJECTS
Caricatures and cartoons
Propaganda
Officers
Hairstyles
Men
Portrait photography
Elections
Political campaigns
Republican Party (U.S. : 1854- )
Judaism
Signs and symbols
Ephemera

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