Civil War Political Campaign Flyer “Two Roads to Peace!”
|Title:||Civil War Political Campaign Flyer “Two Roads to Peace!”|
|Call Number:||MS 88-20|
|Size:||0.25 linear feet|
|Processed By:||LTM, 11-4-1987; JEF, 2-18-1998; MN, 5-24-2010|
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The collection consists of an undated political flyer entitled “The Two Roads of Peace! How Shall We End the Rebellion -- Shall We Coax It, or Crush It?” It was published by the National Union Executive Committee, Astor House, New York. The flyer describes the Chicago (Democrat) and the Baltimore (Republican) platforms for the 1864 presidential election. It was an advertisement for the re-election of President Abraham Lincoln and the Republican Party’s stand against the Confederacy.
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|Box 1||FF 1||Contains an undated political flyer entitled “The Two Roads to Peace! How Shall We End the Rebellion -- Shall We Coax It, or Crush It?”|