1844 stampless illustrated letter sheet for Henry Clay & Frelinghuysen campaign against the Democrat James Polk of Tenn.
by G H Brodhead
- address sheet with postal markings has been torn in half. Does not affect letter sheet portion/none
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The 1844 election was a prelude to the slavery debate, which became the burning question in the years leading up to the Civil War.Henry Clay was a whig, and James Polk was a democrat in favor of slavery, and the annexation of Texas.
The letter sheet has jugate images of Henry Clay and Theodore Frelinghusen, with the slogan Huzza!, Huzza!, the country's risen. The sheet was published by Narine & Co 11 Wall St, New York. This is shown in the Milgram book as HC-7 The letter was written by G H Brodhead in NY, and regards the sale of stocks. A scarce presidential campaign letter sheet from the 1844 election.
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- Bradford Dewolfe Sheff- Bookseller (US)
- Seller Inventory #
- 1844 stampless illustrated letter sheet for Henry Clay & Frelinghuysen campaign against the Democrat James Polk of Tenn.
- G H Brodhead
- Narine & Co.
- None- letter sheet
- Book condition
- Used - address sheet with postal markings has been torn in half. Does not affect letter sheet portion
- Jacket condition
- Quantity available
- Narine & Co
- Place of Publication
- New York, NY
- Date published
- Campaign letter, Political. antebellum paper, Henry Clay, Kentucky presidential elections
- Bookseller catalogs
- stampless folded letter; campaign-political; Americana; Antebellum Period;
- 8" x 11"
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