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    William McKinley: Full Color "The Lockout is Ended" Poster. McKinley is shown as the friend of labor and capital in this 22" x 32" multicolored poster from 1896. "Financial Mistrust" has closed the doors to the "Temple of Prosperity". A sign on the door says: "This door will be opened November 3rd 1896. Wm. McKinley". It is titled: "The Lockout is Ended; He Holds the Key." It was published by Frederick L. Chapman after a drawing by Frank Beard and printed in Chicago using a process called spectrotyping. Labor lockouts were a common occurrence in the turbulent years of the 1890's, witness the Pullman Strike of 1893. Mounted to linen, as made. 2.5" tear or partial separation at central vertical fold, easily repaired.
    From the Collection of David and Janice Frent


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    February, 2018
    24th Saturday
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