Inscribed, in black paint, upper left: WHIGS OF LYME, N.H. [inscribed in banner]; inscribed, in black paint, upper left: OUR COUNTRY AND / CONSTITUTION FOREVER! [inscribed in banner that wraps around]; inscribed, in black paint, upper center to lower right: "FREEMEN! / REMEMBER! / THAT, TO MAINTAIN YOUR LIBERTIES, YOU / MUST DO YOUR OWN VOTING, AND YOUR OWN FIGHTING." HARRISON. [inscribed in banner that wraps around]; inscribed, in black paint, lower left to right: THE SOIL / WHERE LOCOFOCOISM CAN‘T FLOURISH.
HIST 18, Nineteenth Century American Politics, Robert Bonner, Spring 2014
HIST 18, US Political History of the 19th Century, Robert Bonner, Fall 2012
Of, By, and For the People: The Folk Art of Presidential Elections, New York State Historical Association/ Fenimore Art Museum, Cooperstown, New York, September 20-December 31, 2008.
Hail, Holy Land: The Idea of America, Strauss and Barrows Galleries, Hopkins Center Art Galleries, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire, June 27-September 7, 1980.
Robert L. McGrath, Hail, Holy Land: The Idea of America, Hanover: Dartmouth College, 1980.
Robert B. Doty, By Good Hands: New Hampshire Folk Art, Hanover and London: The Currier Gallery of Art and the University Art Galleries, University of New Hampshire, 1989, p. 39, no. III.
Patricia Harris, Art of the State of New Hampshire, New York: Harry N. Abrams, 2000, 96 p., ill.
Mrs. Caroline W. Cameron; to Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire; transferred from Special Collections, Baker Library, Dartmouth College to present collection, 1967.
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