Benjamin Franklin Wade (1800-1878)
Benjamin Franklin Wade was a United States senator from Ohio from 1851 until 1869. As President pro tempore of the Senate and a leader of the so-called "Radical Republicans," he was a supporter of the abolition of slavery and suffrage for women and African Americans. He influential in shaping the Congressional plan for Reconstruction after the Civil War.
- 1865 circa 15 years
- Original Format:
- Cabinet Card
- Mathew Brady
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