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Political campaigns -- 19th century

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

John A. Logan letter

 Collection — Folder S0850
Identifier: S0850
Scope and Contents This collection contains a March 26, 1878 handwritten letter by John A. Logan that was sent to J.H. Osgood of Catlin, Vermillion County, Illinois. In the letter, Logan discusses the upcoming campaign in Illinois, Republicans and the need to be careful about who was nominated, and solicits Osgood's opinion. The collection also includes the envelope which is postmarked from Washington D.C.
Dates: 1878/03/26

Lincolniana Publishers photograph collection

 Collection — Folder SP171
Identifier: SP171
Scope and Contents This collection contains reproductions of images related to Abraham Lincoln from Lincolniana Publishers in Fort Wayne, Indiana used in 1934 and ranging from circa 1860 to 1934, regarding Lincoln, his family, career, pets, residences in Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois, and Washington, D.C., and memorials in Spencer County, Indiana, as well as illustrations and political cartoons. There are also grave sites of Lincoln's family and others.
Dates: 1934

"The presidential sweepstakes of 1844" political cartoon

 Collection — Folder OBC214
Identifier: OBC214
Scope and Contents This is a political cartoon created in 1844 depicting presidential candidates as horses in a race. It was created in New York by H. R. Robinson.
Dates: 1844