Charles Holme, Jr. (Sebastopol Cold Storage Co. manager,) pushing Art B. Sexton in a wheel barrow down Sebastopol Main Street--paying off an election bet during the Presidential election of 1940, Franklin D. Roosevelt vs Wendell Willkie
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Photo--black and white: Charles Holme, Jr. (Sebastopol Cold Storage Co. manager) pushing Art B. Sexton in a wheel barrow down Sebastopol Main Street- paying off an election bet--Presidential election of 1940 Franklin D. Roosevelt vs Wendell Willkie. Holme is wearing a "Willkie for President" button on his lapel and on his back is pinned a sign reading "This guy voted for Wendell Willkie." Art Sexton of the Gold Ridge sub-division puffs on a cigar and beats a drum calling attention to his victory. Unidentified woman in street by car with a small megaphone. accompanying Sebastopol Times newspaper article of November 15, 1940 with same photo.