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Poster: Carrie Nation
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Poster: Carrie Nation

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This poster was used as self-promotion by Carry Nation between 1901 and 1902. The temperance advocate changed the spelling of her name, from Carrie to Carry. The hatchet was her symbol, a tool she sometimes used to smash saloon fixtures. While jailed in Topeka for smashing saloons, she was offered bail by a promoter if she granted a lecture series. She agreed, was pardoned, and set out for Clarksburg, Ohio, and across upstate New York.

12.5 by 34 inches


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