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Lot 3: THE TOMB OF GENL W.H. HARRISON AFTER NATHANIEL CURRIER (NEW YORK, 1814-1888).
May 29, 2010
Delaware, OH, USALive Auction
THE TOMB OF GENL W.H. HARRISON AFTER NATHANIEL CURRIER (NEW YORK, 1814-1888).
Pencil and ink on paper, signed lower right "Sarah J. Denison." After the Currier print of 1842 (C# 6101), including the riverboat Queen of the West
, but lacking the three figures in the lower left. 9"h. 12 1/4"w. (sight), in a painted frame, 15 1/2"h. 12"w.
Genealogical research has identified a couple Sarah Denisons, including a Sarah J. Denison, born in Ohio about 1830, who was, by the 1850s, living in Iowa. Denison was her married name, and she had a daughter also named Sarah.
Evenly toned; minor marginal chips; not laid down.
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