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Exhibit Location: Horace Greeley House
Exhibit Year: 2013
The bitter, highly personal presidential campaign of 1872, in which Horace Greeley tried to unseat incumbent U.S. Grant, was re-enacted in an exhibition at the Greeley House. The exhibition was based upon the savage but often hilarious cartoons that Thomas Nast drew in his relentless assault upon Greeley and his candidacy. The cartoons of June 1872 were on view, and depicted.