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Wm McKinley Campaign Poster,
MPA Historic Americana Items
with engraved shoulder length portrait of McKinley, with text block below William McKinley./Republican Candidate For President, published by Oscar Marshall, N.Y., engraved by Edgar Marshall, 12" x 17".

Condition:  
Lower left corner bent, else VG.
Est $75 - $150
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