Overall: 27 x 55 1/2 in. ( 68.6 x 141 cm )
U.S. presidential campaign flag of Henry Clay; medallion portrait of Henry Clay (1777-1852) in the blue printed canton surrounded by a laurel wreath and a ring of twenty-two stars and four stars in the corners; thirteen red and white stripes with the inscription, "CLAY/ FRELINGHUYSEN./ MARKLE/ & PROTECTIVE TARIFF" in the center of the fly; white cotton hoist with cotton ties at each end and in the center.
Gift of Mrs. J. Insley Blair
printed: center of fly: "CLAY/ FRELINGHUYSEN./ MARKLE/ & PROTECTIVE TARIFF"
This presidential campaign flag of 1844, advocated the whig candidacy of Henry Clay and Thomas Frelinghuysen for President and Vice President. They lost this campaign to James K. Polk.
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