Jeff Davis. Taken from Life.
Illustrated Civil War envelopes with patriotic symbols, slogans and cartoons, mostly Northern, including a few Southern ones.
Jefferson Davis hanging from a gallows, whose crossbeam has the phrase Let Me Alone" on it. A whiskey barrel resides next to the body."
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