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"16 To 1. ... The Speech That Won The Nomination ... at The National Democtratic Convention at Chicago, 1896" Print
- Lithographer: The Henderson Lith. Co.
- Year: 1896
- Themes: Democrats, Politics, Election Campaigns, Democrats,
- Vertical Portrait Orientation
- Art Type: Fine art print, canvas, framed wall art, giclee print
- Country of Origin: USA
- All canvases ship ready to hang on 3/4 in. wood stretchers (2
in. for Heavy Duty), with the exception of unstretched canvas
Cross of Gold speech by William J. Bryan; portraits of William
J. Bryan and his family, and a farmer and a blacksmith. The speech
helped Bryan win the Democratic Party nomination for president.
- AC Voltage
- Not Powered
- Art Layout
- Art Types/Media
- Fine Art Prints • Giclee Canvas Art • Ready to Hang Prints
- Canvas • Paper • Wood
- Chicago • Democrats • Election Campaigns • Politics
- Manufacturer SKU
- 23634-5_20x30 - Paper
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