GOVERNOR DEWITT CLINTON - ENGRAVING UNSIGNED - HFSID 174892
Sale Price $67.50
DEWITT CLINTONThis steel engraving features an image of the politician who spearheaded the construction of the Erie Canal Steel Engraving Unsigned: 9¼x12 overall size, image 3½x4½ with a white border (one surface). From an original painting by C. Ingham. Features his printed signature. DeWitt Clinton (1769-1828) was elected to serve as United States Senator (1802-1803), mayor of New York City (1803-1807), and Governor of New York (1817-1822, 1825-1828). He was a major proponent of the Erie Canal, a project which sought to link Lake Erie to New York City. Despite immense public opposition due to the size of the project, the canal was finished in 1825 and was paid for through tolls very quickly. Stain spots along bottom half of page (not impacting image). Otherwise, fine condition.
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