Benjamin Harrison-related pictures [graphic], 1875-1988, bulk 1886-1901.


Benjamin Harrison-related pictures [graphic], 1875-1988, bulk 1886-1901.

Benjamin Harrison-related pictures [graphic], 1875-1988, bulk 1886-1901.

This collection consists of black-and-white photographs and lithographs, one color lithograph, one color advertisement, and one pencil drawing relating to the life of President Benjamin Harrison. Included are portraits, images from the campaign for his presidency, a political cartoon, scenes of Harrison with his Cabinet, photographs from a duck hunting trip and his funeral, and images of his birthplace in Ohio and residences in Indianapolis.

1 half-document case, 1 PAC album, 1 OVC graphics half-box.

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