Image ID
ICHi-066273
Headline
Brass lapel pin in the shape of a scaffold with a small wire noose attached to the top. Stamped into the metal at the bottom is Nov. 11, 1887.
Date Depicted
1887
Date Created
1887
Creator
Unknown
Creator Role
creator
Artwork/Object Depicted
lapel pins;Object
Copyright Notice
© Chicago Historical Society, published on or before 2016, all rights reserved.
Credit Line
Collection of the Chicago History Museum, ICHi-066273
Inventory Number
1958.420;CH_00537
Storage Location
DIA
Max Pixels - Height
3011
Max Pixels - Width
2398
KEYWORDS
1958.420
commemorative
lapel pin
Haymarket Square Riot, Chicago, Ill., 1886
Chicago (Ill.)
i66273.tif
CH_00537
ICHi-66273
Object
Unknown
lapel pins
CDM
i066273
i66273
ICHi-66273
brass lapel pin in the shape of a scaffold with a small wire noose attached to the top stamped into the metal at the bottom is nov 11 1887

Brass lapel pin in the shape of a scaffold with a small wire noose attached to the top. Stamped into the metal at the bottom is Nov. 11, 1887. After the execution of four of the defendants in the Haymarket Riot trial, pins like this one were worn by people who felt the defendants had been unjustly convicted and sentenced.

Brass lapel pin in the shape of a scaffold with a small wire noose attached to the top. Stamped into the metal at the bottom is Nov. 11, 1887. After the execution of four of the defendants in the Haymarket Riot trial, pins like this one were worn by people who felt the defendants had been unjustly convicted and sentenced.

4/12/2004