Horace Greeley Photo Signed – Rare Format


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Founder and editor of the New York Tribune (1811–1872) who used the power of his newspaper to advocate for a variety of liberal causes, most importantly the call for emancipation of slaves during the Civil War.

Uncommon 2.25×3.5 carte-de-visite style bust portrait affixed to an approximately 2.75 x4 mount, signed in the lower border “Horace Greeley”.

The edges are worn with loss at lower left, impacting first letter in signature.  Creasing and wear.  Priced accordingly.