POST-WAR STEREO VIEW OF HORACE GREELEY

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Image shows Greeley later in life wearing a dark suit and sporting his signature beard and eyeglasses. The image is clear with good contrast and is mounted on a cream colored backing. A signature on one edge reads “HORACE GREELEY” while the other edge reads “CELEBRITIES.” The signature is not Greeley’s.

The reverse is blank but for a pencil inscription that reads “GREELEY.”

Horace Greeley was born February 3, 1811 in Amherst, New Hampshire. He is best known as a newspaper editor and owner. His paper, the New York Tribune, was one of the most influential newspapers in the United States from the 1840’s -1870’s. Greeley ran for President in 1872 but lost. He died at the age of 61 on November 29, 1872 in Pleasantville, New York.

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