BY ALL MEANS "LET US HAVE PEACE" AT THE POLLS.

NAST, Thomas Nast, Thomas (illustrator)

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Place Published: New York City
Publisher: Harper's Weekly
Date Published: 1879

Description: Uncolored cartoons. Page measures 16" x 11".

Comments: Cartoon asking for non violence at the voting polls featuring Lady Peace. Minor wear and stains along left and top edges. Thomas Nast was a political cartoonist and illustrator; credited with devising elephant and donkey symbols of Republican and Democratic parties, and with creating American image of Santa Claus. Please visit our gallery for more Nast prints.

Binding: unbound
Condition: very good
Language: English
Type: Prints

Book ID: 208131


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By This Author: NAST, Thomas
By This Publisher: Harper's Weekly
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