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    Benjamin Harrison: "Pharaoh's Dream" Anti-Cleveland Chromolithograph Print. 10" x 10" print from the 1888 election depicting the two ideologies at play. The top half of the print shows Harrison on a horse surrounded by presumably happy Americans, healthy livestock and tall stalks of corn. The image below Harrison shows Cleveland, a supporter of free trade, surrounded by dying animals, plants and people starving by virtue of all the money leaving the country due to free trade. Copyright by M. Margowski July 1888. Trimmed borders, printed on one side only on thick paper, vibrant colors. The first example we have seen. Selections from the Collection of Tom Charles Huston.

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    May, 2021
    22nd Saturday
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