Campaign Song

[No place: no publisher, circa 1900].

Price: $525.00

Unbound. Broadside song or poem. Approximately 5" x 8". Fine. A 36-line poem apparently meant as a campaign song for William Jennings Bryan in his race against incumbent President William McKinley. Winters stresses that Bryan represents equality and opposition to the trusts. Winters, a successful black gunsmith and locksmith, was also an important pioneer in the development of modern fire escape ladders.

Item #2831

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Campaign Song. . R. WINTERS, oseph.