Seymour-Blair Campaign Items
- Seymour-Blair Campaign Items
- Political Americana
- Key, W.H.
- Political Figure:
- Seymour, Horatio, American (1810-1886), Presidential Candidate
Blair, Frank P., American (1821-1875), Vice-Presidential Candidate
Buchanan, James, American (1791-1868), President
- ca. 1868
- Election Date:
- ID Number:
- Collection Number:
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- Political Party:
- Work Type:
- costume by form
metalwork (visual works)
ephemera (general object genre)
clippings (information artifacts)
- Copper alloy
Plating (metal coating)
Blair, Frank P.
Buchanan, James (1791-1868)
Draft Riot, New York, New York, 1863
Constitution of the United States
Northern states (U.S.)
Southern states (U.S.)
Equality before the law
American Civil War
- 20.32 x 30.48 (Mount) (centimeters)
- Assemblage contains a variety of medals and pendants, two ferrotype portrait lapel studs, and 20th century halftone reproductions of a Seymour portrait and a Seymour-Blair campaign ribbon. Note the anti-Seymour medal accusing him of being THE ORIGINATOR / OF THE RIOTS / IN NEW YORK in 1863 and the pendant made by Peter Jacobus with obverse reading WHITE MEN TO RULE, / THE / RESTORATION / OF / CONSTITUTIONAL LIBERTY.
- Cite As:
- Susan H. Douglas Political Americana Collection, #2214. Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library.
- Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library
- Archival Collection:
- Susan H. Douglas Political Americana Collection
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