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OUR COUNTRY'S HOPE. HARRISON & REFORM 4th May 1840.
   
Complete Explanation:
A Whig campaign ribbon, produced for the Young Men's National Convention held in Baltimore in May. At the top in a corona of stars is a fasces. Below it an eagle holds a streamer with the words "Union for the Sake of the Union" above a bust portrait of William Henry Harrison. Above the candidate's head are rays of light with the words "Our Country's Hope," and on his sides are flags, with the names of his military victories "Tippecanoe" and "Thames," and two cannons. At the bottom is a log cabin with a plough, farm implements, sheaved wheat, and a beehive. The cabin's door is partially ajar and bears the optimistic words "To Let in 1841."

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