New York: [Moore & Goodspeed.], n.d. [but 1872]. [4 pp.] bifolium. 5.5 x 8 inches, Very good, folded, minor edge wear and soiling. Item #45807
Moore & Goodspeed were an engraving firm specializing in political prints, perhaps beginning as early as 1850 in New York, at 37 Park Row, though that attribution by the NYPL to a Washington portrait has a question mark, with the next earliest work noted as "Engraving of the Lincoln family. From left to right: Abraham, Tad, Robert, Mary Todd," in 1867. In addition to printing portraits of Lincoln and Washington, they provided one of Horace Greeley, and the steel plate engraving of him is mentioned in the brochure, which would place this brochure around 1872. In their ads they noted they had "Fine Steel Engravings of all the Candidates, Campaign Biographies, Charts, Photographs, Badges, Pins, Flags, and everything suited to the times." The firm was dissolved by 1874.
Information about and work by them is very scarce.