You can take a look at past presidential campaigns in many areas of the Library's Web site. In addition to photographs, materials relating to presidential campaigns of the past include Theodore Roosevelt's campaign speeches, song sheets, such as "Mr. Harding, We're All for You," and a March 4, 1841, letter from former President Jackson to outgoing President Van Buren on the day of President Harrison's inauguration. Jackson praises Van Buren's "dignified" administration and denounces President Harrison's campaign and his "undignified" speeches that "abused" Van Buren. Jackson predicts that supporters of President Harrison will abandon him within two years and that Van Buren's "merit will be proclaimed by all the honest & moral portion of our country." President Harrison died in office on April 5, 1841, after contracting pneumonia.