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Mugwump group [photographs], 1884-1886.

Author: Notman Photograph Company (Boston, Mass.).,
Edition/Format:   Image : Graphic : Photograph   Archival Material : English
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Twenty-nine portrait photographs of members of the Mugwump movement, taken between 1884-1886. The Mugwumps were members of the Republican Party who, during the election of 1884, left their own party candidate, James G. Blaine, to vote for the Democratic nominee, Grover Cleveland. Subjects include, among many others, president Grover Cleveland and his wife Frances Folsom Cleveland, as well as Charles Russell Codman,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Portrait photographs
Photographs
Portraits Photographs
Named Person: Frances Folsom Cleveland; Grover Cleveland; Charles R Codman; George S Hale; Theodore Lyman; Moorfield Storey
Material Type: Graphic, Photograph
Document Type: Visual material, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Notman Photograph Company (Boston, Mass.).,
OCLC Number: 52709548
Notes: In the Massachusetts Historical Society Photo Archives.
Description: 29 photographs in 1 narrow box.

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Twenty-nine portrait photographs of members of the Mugwump movement, taken between 1884-1886. The Mugwumps were members of the Republican Party who, during the election of 1884, left their own party candidate, James G. Blaine, to vote for the Democratic nominee, Grover Cleveland. Subjects include, among many others, president Grover Cleveland and his wife Frances Folsom Cleveland, as well as Charles Russell Codman, George S. Hale, Theodore Lyman, and Moorfield Storey. Most of the photographs are identified as having been taken by "Notman" in 1884, probably the Notman Photograph Company of Boston, Mass. All of the photographs are identified, and all are black-and-white.

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