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    1892 Ohio Electoral College Photo, Including Governor William McKinley An interesting and probably unique sepia-tone formal photograph of the Ohio Electoral College members from 1892. Taken outdoors in the snow, these distinguished gentlemen are wearing hats and coats. Extremely desirable because then-governor William McKinley of Ohio, who is pictured in this group, would be the very next President in 1896. We are sure that many of the others pictured had very distinguished and important careers; John B. Mosby was, for example, Mayor of Cincinnati. Certainly worthy of further research. The actual image size is 16" x 11" with title and names captioned beneath. Matted and in a period frame, this photo is in absolutely excellent condition, save for one small discolored area.

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    June, 2005
    22nd-23rd Wednesday-Thursday
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