1864 ELECTION ANTI-GEN. McCLELLAN CARTOON

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Printed in black & white on card measuring 3.5" x 2.125", mounted on heavy yellow card paper. Titled "Biddy Lamenting the Result of the Election", the cartoon features a chubby woman seated at a table, stuffing herself with food with one hand while reading a book-"Eugene Aram"-with another. The caption reads as follows: "No use crying Biddy, MAC" may have a position yet. Don't judge a man always by the Company he keeps. His friends will be down soon from SALT RIVER; there is some hopes yet." Which of course, there were'nt. The Copperhead Democratic peace platform of 1864, which McClellan repudiated, was enough to do him in. Slightly soiled, else vg.

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