MANUSCRIPT TALLY SHEET: "At an Election held at the School House near Thos. Day Jr.'s, in Anderson Township in the County of Warrick, State of Indiana, on the first Monday in November 1832, for the purpose of Electing Electors to Vote for President and Vice President, School Commissioner for Warrick County...." Andrew JACKSON, Warwick County Anderson Township, Indiana.
MANUSCRIPT TALLY SHEET: "At an Election held at the School House near Thos. Day Jr.'s, in Anderson Township in the County of Warrick, State of Indiana, on the first Monday in November 1832, for the purpose of Electing Electors to Vote for President and Vice President, School Commissioner for Warrick County...."

MANUSCRIPT TALLY SHEET: "At an Election held at the School House near Thos. Day Jr.'s, in Anderson Township in the County of Warrick, State of Indiana, on the first Monday in November 1832, for the purpose of Electing Electors to Vote for President and Vice President, School Commissioner for Warrick County...."

1832. Written on folio sheet, 32 x 41 cm., with 26 voters names listed down right hand side and a small extra piece (19 x 10 cm.) pinned on with names of voters 27-41. Eighteen electors are listed across the top, nine for Jackson and nine for Clay, along with the tally for each. Under the section for School Commissioner, only one person is listed as running (Alpha Frisby), the rest of the column has been cut away, probably blank usable paper. Old fold lines, some separations, a tender copy. The electors for Andrew Jackson defeated Henry Clay's handily, 35 to 5. Certified by five people including two judges. An interesting piece of voting ephemera in the 1832 election that of course Jackson won. No hanging chad. Item #65906

Price: $275.00