Suffolk Ward 1 New England Whig Party Convention Ribbon, 1840
- Suffolk Ward 1 New England Whig Party Convention Ribbon, 1840
- Political Americana
- Bunce, W.J.
- Political Figure:
- Harrison, William Henry, American (1773-1841), Presidential Candidate
Tyler, John, American (1790-1862), Vice-Presidential Candidate
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- textiles (visual works)
costume by form
Harrison, William Henry
Suffolk County, Massachusetts
Bunker Hill, Boston, Massachusetts
Whig Party (U.S.)
- 21.59 x 7.62 (Ribbon) (centimeters)
- Ribbon issued in connection with the September 10, 1840 Whig Party New England Convention held in Boston, Massachusetts. Item probably was produced for the Ward 1 delegation from Suffolk County, Massachusetts. Ribbon contains images of an American eagle, the Bunker Hill Monument in Boston, a portrait of William Henry Harrison, and a log cabin. Maker's information reading W.J. Bunce. St. appears to the lower right of the log cabin. Item 2214.RB0158 is a Hampden County, Massachusetts, delegation ribbon with the same imagery.
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- Susan H. Douglas Political Americana Collection, #2214. Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library.
- Related to "Hampden New England Whig Party Convention Ribbon, 1840"
- Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
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- Susan H. Douglas Political Americana Collection
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