Faced with the prospects of dealing with issues such as women's suffrage, segregation, prohibition and a host of other climate changing subjects during the 1910s-1920s, devoted candidates took up the challenge in seeking presidential nomination. These stalwart public servants are recalled with this Democratic and Republican National Convention full ticket lot of (3). Adorned with portrait images of those who had recently held the office of POTUS, these fantastic tickets present in attractive better grade condition, with strong grading potential.
1912 RNC full ticket dated 6/18/1912, good for admittance to the "Afternoon Session, Fifth Day Only" (which would have been 6/22/12) this "Guest" ticket bears an image of William McKinley above an American Bald Eagle, condition is solid with a just one corner ding on the smaller perforated segment at right, otherwise shows very desirable NM+ detail, incumbent president Howard Taft earned the nomination but lost the 1912 general election to Democrat Woodrow Wilson
1920 DNC full ticket dated 6/28/20 from the Civic Auditorium in San Francisco, this "Guest" bears an image of Woodrow Wilson and was good for "Third Session, Gallery" admittance, crisp and handsome, this ticket reports as (NM+) with deference to some very minor curling, James M. Cox emerged as the Democratic nominee and though he lost the general election to Warren Harding, his vice president running mate Franklin D. Roosevelt went on to become a highly influential president as the longest to hold office from 1933-1945
1924 RNC full ticket dated 6/24 from the Public Auditorium in Cleveland, this "Appointee" ticket was features an image of Warren Harding and was good for "Arena, First Day Only" admittance with (2) smaller perforated segments for "First Session" and "Second Session", rates as (EX-MT+) with a crisp, clean and solid overall appearance with only slight corner wear preventing a top grade, nominated candidate was Calvin Coolidge, who was successful in his bid for president