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"In 1984, when it was the Hotel Utah, John Glenn spoke here while campaigning for the Dem. presidential nomination. (Photo via the J. Willard Marriott Library Special Collections, University of Utah)"
Retro CampaignsRetro Campaigns · January 12, 2014
Historic Site
· Salt Lake City, United States
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"When President Franklin Roosevelt (pictured in the back seat at left) stayed here on October 1, 1935, he flew the presidential flag, making the hotel his official temporary residence."
Retro CampaignsRetro Campaigns · March 3, 2013
Resort
· Coronado, United States
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"During his presidency, Ronald Reagan hosted foreign luminaries here at various times, including Queen Elizabeth II, British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, and Soviet president Mikhail Gorbachev."
Retro CampaignsRetro Campaigns · February 25, 2013
History Museum
· Santa Ynez, United States
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"President Theodore Roosevelt called the Grand Canyon "the one great sight which every American should see." On January 11, 1908, he declared it a national monument."
Retro CampaignsRetro Campaigns · December 30, 2012
National Park
· Grand Canyon Village, United States
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"August 19, 2000, Democratic Party presidential and vice presidential nominees Al Gore and Joe Lieberman, along with their families, took a 4-day tour of the Mississippi on the Mark Twain Riverboat."
Retro CampaignsRetro Campaigns · December 9, 2012
Boat / Ferry
· Hannibal, United States
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"At the final debate between Pres. Ronald Reagan and Walter Mondale here on 10/21/84, 73-year-old Reagan laughed off talk of his age by vowing not to "exploit ... my opponent's youth and inexperience.""
Retro CampaignsRetro Campaigns · November 11, 2012
Theater
· Kansas City, United States
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