Polk-Dallas-Shunk Democratic National Badge Portrait Campaign Ribbon, ca. 1844
- Polk-Dallas-Shunk Democratic National Badge Portrait Campaign Ribbon, ca. 1844
- Political Americana
- Coten & Adriance
- Political Figure:
- Dallas, George M., American (1792-1864), Vice-Presidential Candidate
Shunk, Francis Rawn, American (1788-1848), Candidate for Governor of Pennsylvania
Polk, James K., American (1795-1849), Presidential Candidate
- ca. 1844
- Election Date:
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- Work Type:
- textiles (visual works)
costume by form
- Silk (textile)
Polk, James K.
Dallas, George M.
Shunk, Francis Rawn
- 20.32 x 7.62 (Ribbon) (centimeters)
- Text on ribbon reads DEMOCRATIC / NATIONAL BADGE. / POLK, / DALLAS, / AND / SHUNK. / PEOPLES CHOICE / TEXAS AND NO BANK / Published by Coten & Adriance, Phila.. Ribbon is encased along with several cloth imitation flowers in a glass-covered compartment within a large plaster shrine (item 2214.BB0184). Item donor Susan H. Douglas claims that the shrine is a replica of the entrance to the Alamo.
- Cite As:
- Susan H. Douglas Political Americana Collection, #2214. Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library.
- Related to "Plaster "
" Shrine with Polk-Dallas Campaign Ribbon, ca. 1844"
- Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
- Archival Collection:
- Susan H. Douglas Political Americana Collection
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