Charles O'conor / Signature Signed
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Charles O'conor / Signature Signed:
Author: O'CONOR, Charles (1804-84)
Description: This famed counselor was involved in the Tilden-Hayes election dispute and, as special deputy attorney general, successfully prosecuted the corrupt Tweed Ring in New York; he was nominated for president by the "Straight-Out Democrats" in 1872, making him the first Catholic presidential candidate.
Bold signature, heavy stock 3½" X 2" card, n.p., n.d. Fine. This item is accompanied by a superb vintage 7" X 10½" steel engraving of O'Conor.
Seller ID: 28651
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