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Political memorabilia show coming to Geneva on May 4

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The Monroe D Ray Chapter of the American Political Items Collectors will hold its annual memorabilia show in Geneva on Saturday, May 4, marking over five decades since its inaugural gathering in Auburn.

This event, traditionally set on the first Saturday of May, will attract collectors from across ten states in the northeast and mid-Atlantic regions, showcasing an array of historical and political artifacts.

Among the expected highlights are rare and unusual items, including a water pitcher from William Henry Harrison’s 1840 campaign and a button badge featuring suffragists Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Lucretia Mott from 1899. The show will also feature a campaign flag for John F. Kennedy and various political buttons and posters.

Open to the public with free admission, the event offers attendees the opportunity for assessments and valuations of their own political or presidential memorabilia by experts.