“Preserve the Union”

From Lincoln's Campaign Songster: For the Use of Clubs: Containing All of the Most Popular Songs, by Mason and Company, Philadelphia. 1864.

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Campaign Songsters attached pro-candidate lyrics with familiar tunes or “airs.” It was sold along with pins, badges, and photographs in support of Lincoln. Democrat George McClellan was Lincoln’s opponent in the 1864 presidential election.

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Metadata Details
Item Type Book Section
Title Preserve the Union
Publication Title Lincoln Campaign Songster
Short Title Preserve the Union, 1864
Book Title Lincoln's Campaign Songster: For the Use of Clubs: Containing All of the Most Popular Songs
Place of Publication Philadelphia
Publisher Mason & Co.
Publication Creator Mason and Company, Philadelphia
Publication Date 1864
Pages p. 13
Call Number Case Y 274 .5
Location Special Collections 4th floor