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Political Memorabilia including the Daniel Schofield Collection

February 16, 2018

Lot #139
DepartmentPolitical Broadsides
Sold For$325.00(hammer price)
 $390.00(price including buyer's premium)
Last UpdatedMarch 5, 2018


1) Speech of Wm. Wyman, Esq., In favor of General Scott, Delivered in Market Hall, Lowell, May 3, 1852." Title surrounds image of an eagle clutching arrows and an olive branch. 2) "Address To the Voters of Massachusetts". Circa 1874. Supports William Gaston as governor. 3) "The Following Letter is From Hon. Samuel E. Sewall." Dated July 27, 1884. Supports Grover Cleveland for President. 4) "Gazette & Courier Extra. Tuesday Evening, November 7, 1882. Butler Carries the State." 5) "The Republican Candidate. Thomas Talbot. A Sketch of His Life. His Letter of Acceptance." Large-format folding biography on the gubernatorial candidate with his oval bust portrait. 6) "Republican Massachusetts Campaign of 1886" eight-page newspaper. Large bust portraits of Oliver Ames and other candidates as well as graphic advertisements throughout text. 7) "Vote No December 10 Square Deal For All In The City - Not Special Privileges To A Few Saloonkeepers" large-format folding publication. Dated Lynn, December 1907. Front page with cartoon depicting Lynn as the cesspool for neighboring towns. 8) "Address Of the Whig State Central Committee to the Whigs of Massachusetts." Circa 1830s. Supports John Davis for governor. 9) "The Fact Proved!!!" Dated January 14, 1835. Concerns "Jacksonmen", Whigs and Antimasons. 10) "Fourth Appeal, To the Free and Independent Voters of Congressional District No. 9." Dated Holliston, July 20, 1833. 11) "Liberal Union". Supports party candidates in the upcoming state elections. 12) "Atlas Extra. Saturday Afternoon, Dec. 16, 1837." Concerns Richard Fletcher's speech to his constituents. 13) "Second Edition. Third Circular. ... Truth is Immutable ... firm as the Throne of God. The License Law must and will be sustained ... and not be again duped by the Great Arch Adversary of Temperance, and the bold unblushing Champion of The Rum Seller." Dated 1848. Oval half-length portrait of "Perry's Pupil" below title."


Largest 21 x 15".
Generally well preserved. Wear consistent with age and use, including toning, foxing, staining, creases, chipping, minor losses, etc."

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