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A candidate visiting the polls on election day, 1870s, USA. Hand-colored woodcut
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Crowd reading of Lincoln's election by Drummond Light at the New York Herald office, 1860. Hand-colored woodcut
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Counting the electoral vote after the contested 1876 Tilden-Hayes Election, February 1877. Hand-colored woodcut
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African-Americans voting in Richmond, Virginia, 1871. Hand-colored woodcut
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Lincoln and Douglas debate at Galesburg IL, 1858. Hand-colored engraving
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NY Herald's election returns via electricity in Madison Square, New York City, 1888. Hand-colored woodcut
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First black citizens voting, 1867. Hand-colored woodcut
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Nomination of James Garfield at the Republican Convention, Chicago, 1880. Hand-colored woodcut
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Democratic Convention nominating Grover Cleveland for President, 1884, Chicago IL. Hand-colored woodcut
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President-Elect Andrew Jackson making a speech on his way to Washington. Hand-colored engraving of a Howard Pyle illustration
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Missouri "border ruffians" entering Kansas to vote for slavery, 1850s. Hand-colored woodcut
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African-American election official supervising the first black voters in Washington DC, 1867. Hand-colored woodcut
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Republican Convention which nominated Benjamin Harrison, meeting in the Auditorium, Chicago, 1888. Hand-colored woodcut
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Presidential campaign button supporting Abraham Lincoln, 1860. Woodcut
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Unruly crowds during an election in Charleston SC, 1701. Hand-colored woodcut
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Nast cartoon, 1884: "The sacred elephant. This animal is sure to win, if it only kept pure and clean, and has not too heavy a load to carry." Woodcut
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Winfield Scott Hancock cartooned as the Democratic Trojan Horse, election campaign of 1880. Hand-colored woodcut
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General James Garfield cheered at the Cleveland depot after his nomination for President, 1880. Hand-colored woodcut
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Debate between Abraham Lincoln and Stephen Douglas. Hand-colored woodcut
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Citizen addressing "Old Hickory" during Andrew Jackson's Presidential campaign. Hand-colored woodcut
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Rough Rider Theodore Roosevelt portrayed as a Vice-Presidential possibility, 1900. Printed color lithograph illustration by W.A. Rogers
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Benjamin Harrison as a Republican elephant breaking away with the nomination, 1888. Hand-colored woodcut of a W.A. Rogers cartoon
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Benjamin Harrison as a Republican elephant breaking away with the nomination, 1888. Woodcut of a W.A. Rogers cartoon
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Vice-Presidential possibility Henry Cabot Lodge, 1900. Printed color lithograph of a W.A. Rogers illustration
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James Hogg of Texas, "A lone star performer," 1900. Printed color lithograph of a caricature by W.A. Rogers
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Nomination of Benjamin Harrison for US President, 1888. Hand-colored woodcut
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Banner of the Secession Convention in Charleston, South Carolina, 1861. Hand-colored woodcut
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Tippecanoe procession during William Henry Harrison's presidential campaign, 1840. Hand-colored woodcut
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Crowds cheering a speaker at the Republican Convention which nominated T. Roosevelt, Chicago, 1900. Hand-colored engraving
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Signature of leading members of Constitutional Convention, 1787. Woodcut w/watercolor wash
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Theodore Roosevelt, 1900, when nominated for Vice President. Hand-colored halftone
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Benjamin Harrison receiving election returns in his library, 1888. Hand-colored woodcut
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Nast cartoon showing President-elect Grover Cleveland's promise of civil service reform, 1885. Woodcut
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Presidential candidate James Garfield as "the friend of the freedmen," 1880. Hand-colored woodcut
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John Parker Hale, Free Soil candidate for President, 1852. Woodcut
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Reconstruction depicted as equal rights reform, 1868. Hand-colored woodcut of a Thomas Nast cartoon
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Suffragette marchers carrying portable speaker rostrums, New York City, 1912. Hand-colored halftone of a photograph
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Pro-slavery forces ferrying Missouri voters to the Kansas shore to vote against free soil, 1850s. Hand-colored woodcut
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A woman Suffragist arrested in front of the Prime Minister's residence, London, 1906. Halftone of a photograph
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"The blakman orter be eddikated afore he kin vote with us Wites," cartoon about literacy tests, 1870s. Hand-colored Thomas Nast cartoon
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Immigrant, businessman, and southerner combine to declare "a white man's government," 1868. Hand-colored Thomas Nast cartoon
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Cartoon showing a Southern Delilah cutting voting rights from a black Samson, 1868. Hand-colored Thomas Nast cartoon
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Suffragette parade marshals assembled in Washington Square, New York City, 1912. Hand-colored halftone of a photograph
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Cartoon against women's suffrage movement, US, 1912. Woodcut
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The Election - Polling-place, England, 1700s. Engraving of a William Hogarth illustration
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The Election - Canvassing for votes, England, 1700s. Engraving of a William Hogarth illustration
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Women's suffrage march on Fifth Aveue in New York, 1911. Hand-colored halftone of a photograph
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Tippecanoe procession during William Henry Harrison's presidential campaign, 1840. Woodcut
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Cider barrel border of campaign poster used in William Henry Harrison's presidential campaign, 1840. Woodcut
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Campaign badge used in William Henry Harrison's presidential campaign, 1840. Woodcut
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Cover of song book used in William Henry Harrison's presidential campaign, 1840. Woodcut
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Women voting at the polls in New Jersey in 1776. Woodcut of a Howard Pyle illustration
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African-Americans voting in Richmond, Virginia, 1871. Woodcut
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NY Herald's election returns via electricity in Madison Square, New York City, 1888. Woodcut
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1873 South Carolina legislature, including African-American delegates, passing an appropriation bill. Halftone
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Women's suffrage march on Fifth Aveue in New York, 1911. Halftone
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Suffragette marchers carrying portable speaker rostrums, New York City, 1912. Halftone of a photograph
   

   

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