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    1864 State Senate of Ohio Large Composite Framed Photo Three Ohio state senators have gone on to be U.S. Presidents: William Henry Harrison, James Garfield, and Warren G. Harding. Unfortunately, none of them are pictured in this large photo titled, "Senate of Ohio for 1864." The forty-three distinguished lawmakers and three young messengers that are pictured here certainly represent families and future accomplishments that would be fascinating to research. Also pictured is the state capitol surrounded by a draped flag. The photographs were taken by a local photographer of some import, M. Witt of No. 81 South High Street, Columbus and the grouping was designed and executed by Jonathan A. Shaffer, Private 126th Ohio Volunteers. In a vintage frame, 11.5" x 15.5" sight size.

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    June, 2005
    22nd-23rd Wednesday-Thursday
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