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    [William McKinley]: Anti-Bryan Cartoon Poster Featuring Lincoln. 23.25" x 17" [sight] lithograph titled "An Unwelcome Deputation." It shows candidate Bryan (wearing a "rabbit foot" necklace) answering tariff-related questions from a delegation of workingmen, farmers and average citizens. Bryan responds by pledging no changes to the tariff as he considers it a "matter of minor importance". A quote from 1892, in contrast, demonstrates Bryan's contempt for the "protective policy". Lincoln appears in the upper left corner with his "You can fool some of the people all the time" quote. Printed by Edwards, Deutsch and Heitmann of Chicago. Matted and shrink-wrapped.
    From the Collection of David and Janice Frent

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    February, 2018
    24th Saturday
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