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    McKinley & Hobart: Colorful Jugate Little Red Schoolhouse Poster. 16" x 22" chromolithograph poster titled "Protection vs. Free Trade Our Home Defenders". It has central portraits of the 1896 Republicans, vignettes showing the contrast between Democratic and Republican administrations, a Little Red schoolhouse and the Republican platform. Every available bit of space is used for campaign imagery. Printed by Gillespie, Metzgar and Kelley of Philadelphia. Small loss to lower left corner. Light, normal creasing which detracts little, if at all. Not examined outside of frame which measures 18.5" x 24.5".

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    Auction Dates
    June, 2019
    22nd-23rd Saturday-Sunday
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