Republican song sheet, circa 1888.

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Republican Party (Pa.). State Committee. Republican song sheet, circa 1888.

Republican song sheet, circa 1888.

This songsheet presents lyrics to two songs supporting the Republican candidates in the presidential election of 1888. Under the Banner of Protection, to the tune of Marching through Georgia, praised Benj. Harrison and Levi Morton, and was made available by the Republican State Committee of Pennsylvania. Good-By, Old Grover, Good-By!, to the tune of Good-by, my Lover, Good-bye, lampooned the policies of Grover Cleveland. Includes woodcut of American flag.

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