John C. Fremont Campaign Poster

Title: John C. Fremont Campaign Poster
Creator: Baker & Godwin
Description: Proof for a large woodcut campaign banner or poster for John C. Fremont, Republican presidential contender in 1856. Fremont is shown in full-length on a mountain peak, planting an American flag. He is clad in fringed trousers and military coat and waves a visored cap in the air. Below, at right, are a bearded trapper or fellow explorer and a Mexican wearing a wide-brimmed hat. An eagle soars in the air beyond them. This scene is no doubt intended to evoke heroic memories of Fremont's famous exploring expeditions to the Rocky Mountains in 1842 and 1843.
Date original: ca. 1856
Person: John C Fremont
Document Type: image
Publication Statement: http://www.loc.gov/pictures/item/2003689276/
Page Type: Digital Repository Object
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