Autograph letter double signed: H. G", "Horace Greeley, 4 pages, 5½x8½ integral leaf. Highly illegible, In part: I do not know Mr. Grant at all well and cannot [illegible]...
I may be able to do more at a later day. I do not do all I have in Mr.
But my purpose was only to converse the work to your [illegible] others. His newspaper, competitive in price with the "penny press" but less sensational, was the first to give its writers individual by-lines and the first with a literary and book review department.The Tribune had wide readership and influence, and many of his editorial quips - like "Go West, young man" - became famous. He was steadfast in support of many causes, such as antislavery, temperance, and the rights of labor, but he could be mercurial at times. His swift reversal of opinion on the secession of the southern states is reflected in two 1861 Tribune editorials: Go in Peace, Errant Sisters, followed shortly by On to Richmond.
As the Democratic and Liberal Republican parties' presidential nominee in 1872, he was defeated by President Ulysses S. Grant, who was seeking reelection. 28, 1872, just 23 days after the election, Greeley, worn out by the grueling campaign, died at the age of 61.Tape down center holding together pages. See more material from these signers. See more listings in our BUSINESS & FINANCE (1,128).
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