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INV-23646 [ABRAHAM LINCOLN] Print. The Political Gymnasium. New York: Currier & Ives, 1860. 18 x 13 in. 1860-01-01

The 1860 presidential candidates flex their muscles, so to speak, along with New York Tribune editor Horace Greeley, who struggles to do a pull-up in his effort to gain the New York governorship. Lincoln, easily astride his own bar, offers advice: “You must do as I did, Greely, get somebody to give you a boost. I’m sure I never could have got up here by my own efforts.” New York Courier editor James Watson Webb attempts a backward somersault, while defeated Republican opponent (and future Secretary of State) William Seward appears on crutches, along with John Bell supported by Edward Everett, while Stephen Douglas and John Breckenridge box over slavery.

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