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    McKinley & Roosevelt: One of the Classic Multicolored Poster Designs from the "Golden Age" of American Color Lithography. Titled "The Administration's Promises Have Been Kept". To the candidates' left are vignettes of troubles the country suffered under the previous Democratic administration, while on the right are shown vignettes of prosperity & justice under McKinley's first administration. Measures 14.75" x 21.5" (sight) and 22.5" x 29" framed. There is some very light damp stain at the very bottom edge, but still retains bold bright colors throughout. A beautiful campaign poster.

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    Auction Dates
    February, 2020
    22nd-23rd Saturday-Sunday
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