"Bell Flower and Pink", in The American Whig Review, August 1852. Americana.

"Bell Flower and Pink", in The American Whig Review, August 1852.

New York: American Whig Review, 1852. Paperback. A lovely intensely colored engraving, 'Bell Flower and Pink', at p 160, signed S. Weeks in this issue of Whig publication. Lead article is on 1852 Whig Convention: "The Whig Convention: the Candidate and the Campaign". Other articles include: The Democratic Nomination, pp127-138; Democratic Demagoguism; the discovery of gold in Australia (Our General Review, p186); the death of Henry Clay; and the retirement of Jenny Lind Goldschmidt. In the 1852 presidential election the Democrat Franklin Pierce defeated the Whig Winfield Scott of Virginia.

Disbound, complete issue, pp 97 - 192. Very good condition. Item #20252

Price: $75.00

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