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LINCOLN AND DOUGLAS DEBATE IN 1858.

The Lincoln-Douglas Debate In 1858, when Lincoln was nominated by the Republicans to run against Douglas for the Senate, he challenged Douglas to a series of joint debates. Douglas accepted much against his will, for, as he said, "Should I lose, Lincoln

1908
Copyrighted by M. W. Taggart (American (New York), 1905 - 1910)


Dimensions

Vertical: 14 x 8.9 cm (5 1/2 x 3 1/2 in.)

Accession Number

2014.9468

Medium or Technique

Chromolithograph on card stock.

Not On View

Classifications

Postcards

Front: COPYRIGHTED 1908 BY M.W.TAGGART, N.Y.
Back: divided. Used.
SER. 606

Inscription

Yes

Signed

JAD

Markings

Canceled. Sent 02-11-1911 from Park Ridge, NJ to Park Ridge, NJ.

Provenance

Between 1950 and 2011, acquired by Leonard A. Lauder, New York, from various postcard dealers in the United States, Canada and Europe; 2014, gift of Leonard A. Lauder to the MFA. (Accession Date: October 29, 2014)

Credit Line

Leonard A. Lauder Postcard Archive—Gift of Leonard A. Lauder