A large group of political campaign buttons and other items were stolen at the Detroit APIC Show on May 9th 2015. These items belonged to long time APIC member and collector Ken Hosner. Please click the link below to see the photos of items stolen.
If you have any information about these stolen items, please report to Ken at 269.345.5983
Learn About the APIC
We would like to welcome you to the website of the American Political Items Collectors! The APIC, started in 1945, has over 2000 members and is one of the oldest hobby organizations in the country next to coin and stamp collector organizations. Our members are quite diverse, young and old, and come from all walks of life. We have members with interests in history, politics, political parties, social movements, the environment, and many other areas.
If you are not familiar with the APIC and this sounds interesting to you, we urge you to join. Please spend some time checking out the website, as this will help you familiarize yourself with the organization.MEMBER SITES
HOW TO USE THIS SITE
Click here to read a document that provides more details instructions on how to navigate this website including how to log in (only members can log in).
to access the educational website of APIC member Ernie Wentrcek's from Bryan Texas.