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Lot 365: 1872 Grant and Wilson Campaign Tract: History of the Eight-Hour Law
29 October 2016
Rancho Santa Fe, CA, USALive Auction
Post Civil War
c. 1872 Printed Presidential Campaign Imprint: "The Republican Party's Fidelity to the Interests of Labor."
c. 1872 Printed Campaign Tract "History of the Eight-Hour Law," for "Grant and Wilson Its Faithful Supporters," Choice Very Fine.
Original published Campaign Imprint about the Eight Hour Law. It has four pages, on two separate page leaves, measuring 6" x 9". Titled, "The Republican Party's Fidelity to the Interests of Labor: History of the Eight Hour Law." First page is "Grant and Wilson Its Faithful Supporters" and the second page is, "The Republican Candidate for Vice President on the Eight Hour Law." This pamphlet was used as a campaign piece for the Republican ticket of Ulysses S. Grant and Henry Wilson during the 1872 election. Very nice condition with minor edge and small tears, along with what appear to be staple or binding holes on the left of each page. Scarce.