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Two (2) framed patriotic and political memorabilia. 1st item: TIPPECANOE AND MORTON TOO, Campaign bandana or handkerchief from Benjamin Harrison’s successful 1888 presidential campaign, featuring U.S. shield and eagle clutching a banner reading “Protection and Home Industries”. “Tippecanoe” represents Harrison’s strategy to invoke the memory of his grandfather, president William Henry Harrison, who originally earned that nickname and national prominence after the Battle of Tippecanoe and who campaigned under the slogan “Tippecanoe and Tyler Too”. “Morton” is Levi Morton, Harrison’s vice presidential running mate. 19 3/4″ H x 18 1/2″W. Float mounted on white mat with blue border mat and silvered frame, 24 1/2″ H x 23 1/2″ W. Note: Harrison (1833-1901) is the only U.S. president from Indiana. 2nd item: Illustration art for a war bond poster, featuring an eagle holding a flag in its talons, perched over a shield with stars and stripes. White mat and black frame. Sight – 24″ H x 18″ W. Framed – 30″ H x 23″ W. Early 20th century. CONDITION: 1st item: Light scattered stains, not examined out of frame. 2nd item: small tears and light staining at left side margin, deep crease upper right corner across border, 1/2″ stain lower right corner border, possible 3/4″ slit to background lower left quadrant. Not examined out of frame.