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suit - Vance McCormick looking distinguished in a 3-piece suit
in a double-breasted suit, in another campaign-worthy photo, looking
to the right
dapper Vance, hands in his jacket pockets, in 1906
Yours - A slightly older Vance. Picture is signed, "Affectionately
in a car, on the campaign trail
as a child, from a photo album with this inscribed in the first
page: "presented to Eliza McCormick by her children on her seventieth
birthday, March 1876".
of Economic Advisors to the American Commission to Negotiate Peace
Hotel Crillon, 4 Place de la Concorde, Paris, Seine, France, April
to Vance's house. Photo from article that appeared in The Countryside,
of Vance at the Hogestown Cattle Show, where he judged livestock.
From an article that appeared in The Countryside, January, 1917.
collage from the Hogestown Cattle Show, founded by Vance, and where
he judged livestock
posed for a magazine article.
for the governorship campaign declaring that Vance "stands
for clean, honest and progressive government"
young Vance leaning against a fence on the McCormick estate
of Vance as a boy
McCormick siblings dress up
McCormick cousins dress up
grammar school picture