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She 's all right / Ehrhart.

She 's all right / Ehrhart.

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Print shows an angel labeled "National Credit" with wings labeled "Sound Financial Policy" and "Repeal of Sherman Silver Law" rising above the flames of the wreck of the "U.S. Treasury", with among the wreckage, William McKinley bowled over by the "McKinley Bill" and John Sherman being crushed under the weight of large silver coins, Green B. Raum sitting in an empty safe labeled "U.S. Treasury", with Benjamin Harrison and Charles Foster hanging onto the safe, and William A. Peffer among the lumber on the left.





Ehrhart, S. D. (Samuel D.), approximately 1862-1937, artist


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