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Political badges and ephemera collected by Judith Campbell.

  • F3338
  • File
  • [197-?]-1982

This collection of 29 badges, ribbon (to be pinned to clothing) and fabric belt were collected by Judith Campbell. They relate to issues and groups such as the anti-Vietnam War movement, anti-uranium mining, disarmament and Womens International League for Peace and Freedom.

Campbell, Judith

International Disarmament. Mobilisation for survival

Circular blue badge, featuring yellow hand with broken white sword at center and the text 'International Disarmament. Mobilisation for survival' around the rim of the badge. On lower rim of badge is part of the United Nations emblem in white - a wreath consisting of crossed conventionalized branches of the olive tree.

Campbell, Judith

Rally for disarmament May 27 1978 UN NYC

Circular badge with yellow background; in the centre of the badge in bold red text is "May 27", and "1978" in red text at the bottom of the badge. On the left hand side of "1978", in green text is "Un" and on the right hand side "NYC". At the top of the badge in green text is "Rally for disarmament". On the rim of the badge is text printed in red on left-hand side of badge: 'DONNELLY/COLT BUTTONS, BOX 271, NEW VERNON, N.J. 07976' ; in the middle is the Donnelly/Colt[?] logo, partially cut off; and on the right0-hand side is 'Mobilization for Survival, 1213 Race St, Phila. 19107 (215) 563 - 1512'

Campbell, Judith

Strike Fraser out

Circular orange badge with slogan 'Strike Fraser out' in black. At the 50,000-strong protest in Melbourne in November 1975 the Socialist Workers' Action Group sold over 600 copies of the new paper and hundreds of badges with their slogan “STRIKE FRASER OUT”.

Campbell, Judith

Shame Fraser, shame.

Circular black badge with slogan 'Shame Fraser, shame' in white. The badge was worn by supporters of the Australian Labor Party during the 1975 election campaign. The campaign was fought against the background of the dismissal of the Whitlam Government which saw Malcolm Fraser lead the caretaker Liberal/National Country Party Government.

Campbell, Judith

Children by Choice

Badge with a red background with a white awareness ribbon in the centre, where a red outline of the state of Queensland forms the shape of the ribbon. Encircling this are the words 'Children by Choice'. Embossed text on back of badge 'A. J. Parkes'; outline of Australia (Tasmania not shown) with text 'AUST WIDE' in middle of continent; and 'PATENT NO. 428765'.

Campbell, Judith

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