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This artificial collection consists of one thousand original drawings, including a significant number by Charles Lewis Bartholomew, Otho Cushing, Homer C. Davenport, John Tinney McCutcheon, and Frank Arthur Nankivell. Other artists that are well represented include Louis Glackens, Harold Imbrie, Udo J. Keppler, Norman Ritchie, and Fred O. Seibel.

Arranged alphabetically by cartoonist.

FOR DIGITIZED CONTENT: Cartoons in this collection have been digitized and may be viewed or downloaded through this finding aid. To view each one, navigate to the individual item within this finding aid.

Material in this collection is assembled from a number of different accessions throughout the years. Nineteen Derso and Kelen cartoons were added in summer 2012, accession number ML.2012.027. A 1931 Otto Cushing cartoon was added in summer 2014, accession number ML.2013.031. A World War II era comic strip produced by the Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO) was added in 2016, accession number ML.1000.007.

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This is an unprocessed collection. Contents list updated by Adriane Hanson with the assistance of Jeremy Russell in 2010. Derso and Kelen cartoons in June 2012 accession were added to existing cartoons in Box 13 in 2012. A 1931 Otto Cushing cartoon was added to Box 10 in 2014. A World War II era comic strip produced by the Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO) was added to Box 29 in 2016.

This is an artificial collection. No materials have been separated.

Publisher
Public Policy Papers
Finding Aid Date
2001
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Collection Inventory

Physical Description

1 box

Alley, Calvin Lane, 1915-1970. "A Lot of Stumps but Darn Little Timber,", 1940. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

GOP presidential nominees; Taft, Dewey, Willkie, & Vandenberg spouting off on their stumps at the Republican National Convention beginning of June 24, 1940.

General

Kansas City Journal

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1 boxPen and ink12 x 13

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Alley, Calvin Lane, 1915-1970. "Who's Fightin' Who About What?",, 1940. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Republican and Democratic stools both in "New Deal Corner" of boxing ring (1940 presidential election).

General

Kansas City Journal

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1 boxPen and ink12 x 13

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Alley, Calvin Lane, 1915-1970. "And to Think That I Begged For It!",, 1940. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

GOP presidential candidate Wendell Willkie hanging from ropes of boxing ring while FDR, "the Champ" leans calmly in his corner.

General

Kansas City Journal, October 24, 1940

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1 boxPen and ink12 x 12

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Alley, Calvin Lane, 1915-1970. "The Sum of It,", 1940. 1 box.
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GOP presidential candidate Wendell Willkie reviewing his campaign speeches saying, "I've certainly done a whale of a lot of talking."

General

Kansas City Journal, November 4, 1940.

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1 boxPen and ink12 x 13

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Alley, Calvin Lane, 1915-1970. "Some of his Big Game Has Caught Up With Him." ,, 1940. 1 box.
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GOP presidential candidate Wendell Wilkie (1940) hiding behind tree with huge gun of his "War on Bossism" only to be surprised by Tammany Tiger from behind.

General

Kansas City Journal

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1 boxPen and ink12 x 13

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Alley, Calvin Lane, 1915-1970. "Somebody's Wrong.",, 1940. 1 box.
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GOP elephant tacking campaign signs (1940) on two angles of a fence with contradictory messages.

General

Kansas City Journal

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1 boxPen and ink with white tempera corrections12 x 12

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Alley, Calvin Lane, 1915-1970. "Gangway for Another Landslide!",, undated. 1 box.
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GOP picking away at stone bust of FDR with "petty accusations" and "mudslinging tactics."

General

Kansas City Journal

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1 boxPen and ink with white tempera corrections12 x 13

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Alley, Calvin Lane, 1915-1970. "Offering the Kiss of Death.",, 1940. 1 box.
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John L. Lewis, president of the C.I.O, trying to decide which presidential candidate to endorse. He eventually staked his position on Willkie and resigned when FDR won.

General

Kansas City Journal

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1 boxPen and inkpen and ink, 12x13

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Alley, Calvin Lane, 1915-1970. "Claptrap",, 1940. 1 box.
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Stretcher bearers bring in "that Republican campaigner" (Wendell Willkie) who has "got his foot in his mouth again."

General

Kansas City Journal, October 2, 1940

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1 boxPen and ink12 x 12

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Alley, Calvin Lane, 1915-1970. "That's Definite!",, undated. 1 box.
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GOP elephant spanking Col. Knox and Col. Stimson for accepting New Deal cabinet posts saying, "Boy, this hurts me worse'n does you!"

General

Kansas City Journal

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1 boxPen and ink12 x 12 1/2

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1 box

Anderson, Johnny. "When the Bough Breaks", undated. 1 box.
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Monkey in tree (Mussolini) shouts for Adolph to help while lion with British flag eats Bardia. Broken coconut shells labeled crack Italian divisions are on the ground.

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1 box12 1/4 x 14

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Anderson, Johnny. "Another Blackout", undated. 1 box.
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Mussolini paints out list of War Costs.

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1 box12 1/4 x 14 1/4

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1 box

Angelo, E.. untitled, 1939. 1 box.
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F.D.R., Hull, and Garner dance around a May Pole and a figure labeled "Somoza."

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1 box13 1/2 x 13 1/2

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1 box

Barrit, Leon. "Captain Cleveland's Great Scheme to Save the Sinking Ship of State", undated. 1 box.
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A haggard Cleveland desperately pumps his "Bond Scheme" in an effort to save the Ship of State which is being swamped by waves of interest and expenses. A hopeless and drenched Uncle Sam looks on.

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1 boxPen and ink20 1/2 x 18

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Bartholomew, Charles Lewis (1869-1949). untitled, undated. 1 box.
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Spain Premier Sagasta and U.S. President McKinley both sign a protocol. Birds and plants surround an abandoned cannon.

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1 box17 1/4 x 15 1/4

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Bartholomew, Charles Lewis (1869-1949). untitled, undated. 1 box.
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President McKinley tries to hold a large gun labeled "Cuban Policy" while Uncle Sam holds a clock.

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1 box14 3/4 x 14 1/2

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Bartholomew, Charles Lewis (1869-1949). untitled, undated. 1 box.
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Gresham and President Cleveland sit at a table with a map of Honduras and Nicaragua. An unidentified third figure stands behind them.

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1 box9 1/2 x 12 3/4

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Bartholomew, Charles Lewis (1869-1949). "Secretary of the Interior - Some Inside Facts", undated. 1 box.
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Secretary of the Interior Fisher bursting through a map of Alaska with a paper labeled "Facts."

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1 box15 x 22 1/2

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Bartholomew, Charles Lewis (1869-1949). untitled, undated. 1 box.
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Seated Republican elephant with pipe in a trunk watching the "Trusts" monopoly pulling a wishbone with "Teddy."

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1 boxPen and ink13 3/4 x 15

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Bartholomew, Charles Lewis (1869-1949). untitled, undated. 1 box.
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Corn, Wheat, and Oats in human shapes fly over a field in hot air balloons. Another balloon labeled "hot air" and a fuel tank labeled "annual crop scare" are on the ground below.

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1 box15 1/2 x 22 1/2

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Bartholomew, Charles Lewis (1869-1949). "A Bird in the Hand Might Stir up Several in the Bush", undated. 1 box.
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A man labeled "Italy" tries to push a bird labeled "Turkey" out of a fenced area into the woods. 5 unidentified men watch from outside of the fence.

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1 box14 1/2 x 22 1/2

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Bartholomew, Charles Lewis (1869-1949). "The First Green Branch", undated. 1 box.
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President Woodrow Wilson sailing in a ship labeled "The Ark of Peace." A dove flies back to him with a branch labeled "Peace Talk."

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1 box23 x 14 1/2

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Bartholomew, Charles Lewis (1869-1949). "U.S. Presidential Circle", undated. 1 box.
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Woodrow Wilson in a Princeton uniform chasing a figure labeled "Presidential Nomination" around a track. The Democrat Donkey cheers him on and the Republican elephant watches.

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1 box

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Bartholomew, Charles Lewis (1869-1949). "Rough Riding", undated. 1 box.
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Theodore Roosevelt sits on the ground after being bucked by a horse labeled "North Dakota." Roosevelt says "The critter never acted like that before."

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1 box14 1/4 x 22 1/2

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Bartholomew, Charles Lewis (1869-1949). untitled, undated. 1 box.
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Theodore Roosevelt as a giant, tied to the ground outside the White House. Small figures labeled Senate and House run as he begins to break free of the ropes. The ropes are labeled Lumber, Coal, Hides, Iron Ore, Cotton and Wool Schedules, Zinc, (Heavy Tax on the People).

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1 box22 1/2 x 14 1/2

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Bartholomew, Charles Lewis (1869-1949). "When Steel Meets Steel", undated. 1 box.
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Armored knight with a shield "U.S. Steel Trust" prepares to fight Uncle Same with a sword "U.S. Steel The Law."

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1 box14 1/2 x 22 1/2

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Bartholomew, Charles Lewis (1869-1949). "Under Fire", undated. 1 box.
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Santa Claus flying in his sleigh over the earth, where several countries fire missiles at him. He says "What's the matter with the old world? Don't they know it's Christmas?"

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1 box14 1/4 x 22 1/2

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Bartholomew, Charles Lewis (1869-1949). "So Boss", undated. 1 box.
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Caption: "Taft. So much more can be accomplished by kindness than by brutality." Taft as a farmer tending to a contented cow labeled "The Hughes Boom." Hughes stands behind, scratching his head.

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1 box22 1/2 x 14 1/4

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Bartholomew, Charles Lewis (1869-1949). "Making Good His Word", undated. 1 box.
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Governor Hammond signs the "County Option in the State of Minnesota."

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1 box14 1/2 x 22 1/2

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Bartholomew, Charles Lewis (1869-1949). "Never mind, old man, I may be savin' you an awful tummy ache.", undated. 1 box.
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Democrat donkey eating a watermelon labeled "Currency Legislation" while the Republican elephant looks on in dismay.

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1 box14 1/2 x 22 1/2

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Bartholomew, Charles Lewis (1869-1949). untitled, Undated. 1 box.
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Two races. In the first, American revolutionary soldiers chase a British soldier on a road from Concord to Lexington. In the second, a British runner struggles, out of breath, to catch up to an American on a road to London.

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1 box15 1/2 x 22 1/2

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Bartholomew, Charles Lewis (1869-1949). "I'll Just Boss this Job Myself, For a Spell", undated. 1 box.
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Uncle Sam seated on the Congress building as "Senate Boss" Aldrich and "House Boss" Cannon leave.

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1 box14 3/4 x 23

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Bartholomew, Charles Lewis (1869-1949). "Will he let down the hungry donkey", undated. 1 box.
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Hungry Democrat donkey approaches fence of Civil Service Rules being put up by Woodrow Wilson. The fence protects a field of grain labeled "Government Offices."

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1 box14 x 22 1/2

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Bartholomew, Charles Lewis (1869-1949). Bryan: "I Wonder if My Eyesight is Failing?', undated. 1 box.
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Bryan reading a newspaper with the poll of Congress for President in 1912. Bryan is not on the list.

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1 box14 1/4 x 22 1/2

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Bartholomew, Charles Lewis (1869-1949). "Will the Dogs Make Trouble?", undated. 1 box.
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Figures representing the United States and Germany shake their fists at each other and carry baskets of eggs labeled "trade." Dogs with the label U.S. Tariff and German Tariff have wrapped their leashes around the legs of each figure.

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1 box15 1/2 x 22 1/2

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Bartholomew, Charles Lewis (1869-1949). "Volume One", undated. 1 box.
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President Woodrow Wilson puts a book on a shelf titled "History of the American People Vol. I" covering the first year of his presidency: a new tariff, new currency law, arbitration treaties, Panama Canal completed, Alaska R.R. projected. On the desk behind him are materials for Vol. II: foreign relations, Panama government, trust legislation.

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1 box22 1/2 x 14 1/2

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Bartholomew, Charles Lewis (1869-1949). "The New School Master", undated. 1 box.
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President Woodrow Wilson as school master rings a bell to call Congress (the school house) to an extra session. The school boys are Democrat, Republican, Progressive, and New Member.

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1 box14 1/4 x 22 1/2

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Bartholomew, Charles Lewis (1869-1949). "Out of Politics", undated. 1 box.
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A moose on crutches walks down a road next to a sign "The Tall Timber." A man named Frost asks "What's the matter Mr. Moose?" The moose replies "I got kicked by a mule."

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1 box14 1/4 x 22 1/2

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Bartholomew, Charles Lewis (1869-1949). "The National Game Starts", undated. 1 box.
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Baseball. President Woodrow Wilson pitches to the G.O.P. Republican elephant. Uncle Sam is the umpire and the rest of the team is all labeled "issue."

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1 box14 x 22 1/2

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Bartholomew, Charles Lewis (1869-1949). "Discord", undated. 1 box.
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President Woodrow Wilson holds two crying babies, one the Senate crying "No!" and the other the House crying "Yes." A bottle of Wilson's Soothing Syrup sits on the table.

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1 box14 1/2 x 22 1/2

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Bartholomew, Charles Lewis (1869-1949). "If He Don't Pass the Bill", undated. 1 box.
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A man outside of Congress holds a scroll reading "Ship Bill Must be Passed W.W." and the severed tail of the Democrat donkey. The tail-less donkey looks back at the man.

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1 box14 1/2 x 22 1/2

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Bartholomew, Charles Lewis (1869-1949). "Kind Words from the Old Man", undated. 1 box.
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Woodrow Wilson as a boy sweeps the snow off a walk labeled "Clean Politics." Bryan tells him "Good Work, My Boy! You May Be President Some Day" as Harmon (as a boy with a sled) looks on.

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1 box14 x 22 1/2

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Bartholomew, Charles Lewis (1869-1949). "Another Blockade", undated. 1 box.
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The White House is full of packages, with a sign "No Entrance for Ordinary Business until After the Wedding."

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1 box14 1/4 x 22 1/2

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Bartholomew, Charles Lewis (1869-1949). "The Country Back of Him", undated. 1 box.
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President Woodrow Wilson, with his bag packed for his Western trip, stands in front of a figure representing Congress. Wilson points to a giant standing behind him, with boots labeled U.S.

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1 box14 1/4 x 22 1/2

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Bartholomew, Charles Lewis (1869-1949). "For Me?", undated. 1 box.
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President Woodrow Wilson, wearing a graduation cap labeled "1st Term" and with a hat labeled "Second Term" behind his back. A figure labeled "Aunty Democracy" is handing him a top hat labeled "Single Term"

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1 box14 1/4 x 22 1/2

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Bartholomew, Charles Lewis (1869-1949). "Making the Postal Card Perpetual", undated. 1 box.
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Four frames: Jefferson, Wilson, the Democrat Donkey, and an unidentified man. The first 3 are framed with U.S. Postage 1 cent. The last is framed with scrolls reading "Lecture."

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1 box14 1/4 x 22 1/2

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Bartholomew, Charles Lewis (1869-1949). "No Cause for Such Action", Undated. 1 box.
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Figure representing Cuban Insurrectionist runs towards a fence with a machete in each hand. Uncle Sam stands behind the fence saying "Look here you can't act like that - you're no presidential candidate, you know!"

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1 box14.5" x 22.5"

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Bartholomew, Charles Lewis (1869-1949). untitled, undated. 1 box.
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Uncle Sam has a new ear taped to his head labeled Panama Canal Strip. A figure representing Columbia walks away with a bandage over his missing ear.

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1 box18.5" x 22"

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Bartholomew, Charles Lewis (1869-1949). "Eating from his Hand", Undated. 1 box.
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A dog labeled "Mexico" eats from the hand of President Woodrow Wilson.

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1 box14" x 22.25"

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Bartholomew, Charles Lewis (1869-1949). "Chorus of Nations - Better Take It!", Undated. 1 box.
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President Woodrow Wilson holding out a spoon of peace plan pills to Huerta, who does not want to take them. Figures representing South America, Japan, England, and France look on smiling.

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1 box14" x 22.25"

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Bartholomew, Charles Lewis (1869-1949). "Another", Undated. 1 box.
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President Woodrow Wilson in a dress brings a bottle of Wilson's Soothing Syrup for Infant Republics to a crying baby representing Haiti. A happy child representing Mexico is in the background.

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1 box14" x 17.25"

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Bartholomew, Charles Lewis (1869-1949). "A Threatened Step", Undated. 1 box.
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Two small figures fighting in Mexico are about to get stepped on by a giant boot representing the United States. Two figures in Europe cheer on the giant.

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1 box14" x 21"

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Bartholomew, Charles Lewis (1869-1949). "Overstepping Precedent", Undated. 1 box.
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President Woodrow Wilson, with a paper under his arm labeled "Public Business" steps over a building labeled "Ancient Precent" on his way to an Extra Session of Congress. Buildings "Time Honored Tradition," "Custom," and "Old Methods" stand between him and Congress.

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1 box14" x 22"

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Bartholomew, Charles Lewis (1869-1949). untitled, Undated. 1 box.
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Woodrow Wilson drops a suitcase labeled with a Princeton, N.J. address as he is greeted by a woman representing the Democratic Presidential Nomination.

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1 box14" x 22"

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Bartholomew, Charles Lewis (1869-1949). "Hands Across the Sea", Undated. 1 box.
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An elderly Uncle Sam whittles while arms labeled "War Loans" stretch out towards him across the ocean from under a black cloud. The shavings from his whittling form the words "Watchful Waiting."

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1 box14" x 22.5"

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Bartholomew, Charles Lewis (1869-1949). "The President Satisfied -- They've Doubled the Infantry", Undated. 1 box.
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President Woodrow Wilson holds his first grandchild and is being handed Eleanore Axson Sayre, his second grandchild.

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1 box14.5" x 22.5"

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Bartholomew, Charles Lewis (1869-1949). "More Dough?", Undated. 1 box.
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Aunty Democracy is trying to make a cake in a bowl labeled "Presidential Nomination." There are several bottles of ingredients with potential nominees. She says "This is where I usually make a mess of it - I suppose now I'll make some mistake as usual."

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1 box14.5" x 22.5"

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Bartholomew, Charles Lewis (1869-1949). untitled, 1953 October 8. 1 box.
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Champ Clark's Hound Dog howls at the moon, which has a man's face. A man from the House of Representatives brings the dog a dish.

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1 box14" x 16.25"

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Bartholomew, Charles Lewis (1869-1949). "And He Slid - Willie Taft 'If Anybody Wants This Sled He'll Have to Come and Take it.'", Undated. 1 box.
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A large Taft sits on a sled labeled "The Presidency" on a path labeled 1912. Much smaller Woodrow Wilson and Harmon look on.

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1 box15.25" x 22.5"

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Bartholomew, Charles Lewis (1869-1949). "Prosperity", Undated. 1 box.
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President Woodrow Wilson walks with the Democratic Administration donkey and an unidentified gentleman next to a wheat field labeled "Prosperity, 930,000,000 Bushel Wheat Crop"

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1 box22.5" x 14.5"

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Bartholomew, Charles Lewis (1869-1949). "Burning Low", Undated. 1 box.
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President Woodrow Wilson reads a book labeled "Tariff, Currency" by the light of a candle labeled "Senate Majority" that burns low in a holder labeled "Extra Session"

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1 box14.25" x 23"

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Bartholomew, Charles Lewis (1869-1949). untitled, Undated. 1 box.
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President Woodrow Wilson, holding a bill labeled "Tariff Measure" prepares to cross a canyon bridged by a man labeled "Democratic Majority of One in Senate"

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1 box14" x 22.5"

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Bartholomew, Charles Lewis (1869-1949). "Whose Little Girl are You", Undated. 1 box.
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Woodrow Wilson looks down at a little girl representing Minnesota, holding a book labeled "Primaries," and asks "Whose Little Girl are You?"

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1 box14.25" x 22.5"

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Bartholomew, Charles Lewis (1869-1949). "Making History Now", Undated. 1 box.
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President Woodrow Wilson sits with a child representing the Filipino on his knee and promises that "eight years school in democracy should make you ready for independence."

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1 box14.25" x 22.5"

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Bartholomew, Charles Lewis (1869-1949). "Shake", Undated. 1 box.
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Woodrow Wilson, his arm in a sling, greets a long line of people and has them shake a wooden arm instead of his own while campaigning for the presidency.

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1 box14.25" x 22.5"

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Bartholomew, Charles Lewis (1869-1949). "United We Stand", undated. 1 box.
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Figures representing the House of Representatives and the U.S. Senate hold the hands of President Woodrow Wilson in front of an American flag.

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1 box14.25 x 22.5"

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Bartholomew, Charles Lewis (1869-1949). "Browsing Just Outside.", undated. 1 box.
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Wilson, Folk, and Harmon as donkeys in the Democratic Presidential Pasture. Champ Clark as a donkey is outside of the pasture eating a thistle labeled "speakership."

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1 box14.25" x 22.5"

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Bartholomew, Charles Lewis (1869-1949). "He Likes Champ Because he's a Regular-Democrat", Undated. 1 box.
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Champ Clark as a donkey being brushed by a man representing a Democratic Politician. Wilson and Harmon, as donkeys, look on concerned from behind a fence.

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1 box14.25" x 23"

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Bartholomew, Charles Lewis (1869-1949). "Stronger than Ever!", Undated. 1 box.
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A fat man representing the Democratic Congress reads a bulletin that President Wilson is getting stronger and has a frightened vision of Wilson on one end of a saw, expecting him to take the other. The log to be sawed is "New Legislative Program"

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1 box14" x 22.5"

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Bartholomew, Charles Lewis (1869-1949). "A World School Teacher Now", Undated. 1 box.
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Woodrow Wilson sits on a stage, reading from a book, to an audience representing many nations. A stack of other books he will read include Common Sense, National Ethics, Morality, and Fairness.

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1 box15" x 19.5"

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Bartholomew, Charles Lewis (1869-1949). "If", Undated. 1 box.
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Three frames. 1: Theodore Roosevelt promises if elected to call an extra session of Congress to enact laws of human perfection. A figure representing voters is concerned. 2: Woodrow Wilson promises if elected to call an extra session of Congress to revise the Tariff. The voter is concerned. 3: President Taft promises if re-elected that he will eat more pie. The voter smiles and winks.

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1 box14.25" x 22.5"

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Bartholomew, Charles Lewis (1869-1949). "Wilson Thats All", Undated. 1 box.
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Woodrow Wilson tells Murphy that there will be no political bosses allowed in this country. Wilson holds a sign behind his back reading "Huerta (the dictator) Must Go!). A figure representing the U.S. Congress laughs in the background.

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1 box14.25" x 22.5"

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Bartholomew, Charles Lewis (1869-1949). "Still Able to Land 'Em in New Jersey", Undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Woodrow Wilson as a fisherman, having caught a large fish labeled "Jury Reform" in New Jersey.

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1 box14.5" x 23"

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Bartholomew, Charles Lewis (1869-1949). "Who Will Make the Flight?", Undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Woodrow Wilson, Harmon, Champ Clark, and Folk line up before William Bryan asking for a chance to fly a donkey with "Progressive Democracy" wings at the Democratic Convention.

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1 box14.25" x 22.5"

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Bartholomew, Charles Lewis (1869-1949). "The New Broom", Undated. 1 box.
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President Woodrow Wilson enters a messy office with a new broom labeled "Walter L. Fisher New Secretary Interior Department." Issues that need cleaning up include Cunningham claims, forest lands, California oil land, mineral lands, conservation, water power sites, and Alaska.

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1 box14.25" x 22.25"

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Bartholomew, Charles Lewis (1869-1949). "The Presidential Atlas", Undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Woodrow Wilson holds a globe on his back, with Democrat Party concerns in place of the continents. North America is Democratic Congress, the Caribbean is Legislation, South America is Coming Congressional Campaign, Europe and Asia are the Democratic Party, and Africa is the Democratic Platform.

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1 box14.25" x 22.5"

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Bartholomew, Charles Lewis (1869-1949). "Mr. Bryan Fails to Discover the Pole.", Undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Bryan explores the top of the "World of Politics" but fails to notice Woodrow Wilson, the north pole.

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1 box14.25" x 22.5"

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Bartholomew, Charles Lewis (1869-1949). "Must He Walk the Plank?", Undated. 1 box.
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Wilson is forced onto the "Single Term Plank" of the ship "Democracy" by the Democrat donkey.

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1 box22.5" x 14.25"

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Bartholomew, Charles Lewis (1869-1949). "A Favorite Son" at Last, Undated. 1 box.
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Woodrow Wilson is being given a donut by a woman representing New Jersey. Figures of two other candidates are chased away in the background.

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1 box14.75" x 23"

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Bartholomew, Charles Lewis (1869-1949). untitled, undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Woodrow Wilson tries to mow the lawn as a stout man with a cigar gives advice.

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1 box16 x 22.5

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Bartholomew, Charles Lewis (1869-1949). "Over", Undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

President Woodrow Wilson, as a circus animal trainer. He directs the Democratic Party donkey, ridden by the Currency Bill, to jump over the U.S. Senate Minority elephant.

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1 box14.5 x 22.5

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Bartholomew, Charles Lewis (1869-1949). "Next!", undated. 1 box.
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Governor of New Jersey Woodrow Wilson throws a figure representing New Jersey Trusts to the ground. A figure representing National Trusts looks at the fight, concerned.

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1 box14.25 x 22.5

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Batchelor, Clarence Daniel (1888-1977). "Cartonina Postale", Undated. 1 box.
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A postcard from Mussolini (in Albania) to Hitler (in Germany): "Dear Addie - Having a terrible time. Wish you were here. Mussie"

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1 box13.75 x 17.5

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Chip, 1862-1894. "Erin Go Bragh", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Simulated stained glass window depicting history of Irish in America. Saint Patrick is centerpiece.

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1 boxPen and ink13 x 16.5

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Berryman, Clifford Kennedy (1869-1949). "Nothing to do but work", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

President Woodrow Wilson forcing a boy representing Congress to keep sawing at wood labeled "Trust Legislation."

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1 box18 x 20

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Bressler, Harry S.. "Using Every Ounce of Persuasion", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Price Administrator Henderson tries to hold down a floating pig labeled "Inflation Threat"

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1 box11 x 15.25

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Bressler, Harry S.. "Allah is Supreme", undated. 1 box.
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A giant octopus labeled "pressure groups" sits on the top of the capitol, smoking a cigar. Its arms are labeled intimidation, threats, treasury raids, subsidy demands, and log rolling.

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1 box11.25 x 15.25

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Bressler, Harry S.. "Citadel. U.S. Pacific Bastion Forts", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A giant snake sits on top of Singapore.

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1 box11.25 x 15.25

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Bressler, Harry S.. Moloch, undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A tank with a large claw labeled the "Nazi War Machine" destroys several buildings and a crowd of people.

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1 box11 x 15.25

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Bressler, Harry S.. "In the Seat of the Mighty", undated. 1 box.
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A gorilla labeled "Jungle Law" sits in a judge's seat for the case "Civilization vs. Barbarism." There is a Nazi swastika in the background.

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1 box11 x 15.25

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Scope and Contents

A caricature of a Japanese soldier drinks from a bottle of "Victory Hootch" with three bottles under his other arm, a skull visible on one bottle.

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1 box

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Bressler, Harry S.. "Wound-Stripes!", undated. 1 box.
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A worried Uncle Sam. In the furrows on his forehead are the words "strikes, huge tax burdens, labor racketeering, subversive elements, inflation threat, defense snags, and political swiping."

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1 box11.25 x 15.25

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Bressler, Harry S.. "Can't Seem to Catch Up", undated. 1 box.
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A donkey struggles under a heavy load of military equipment, ridden by a Japanese soldier, along a road labeled "aggression". The soldier holds out a stick with corn (labeled "peace gestures") to lead the donkey on.

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1 box11 x 15

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Bressler, Harry S.. "In the Shadow of Death", 1940 June 22. 1 box.
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France, represented by the figure of a woman, lies dying with a broken sword in her hand, crushed by a Nazi swastika.

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1 box11.25 x 15

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Bressler, Harry S.. "Civilization's Scourge", 1940 May 27. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Soldiers fire on a giant Nazi swastika.

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1 box11 x 15.25

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Bressler, Harry S.. "Gettin' Powerful Hungry!",, 1940 May 20. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Dark Horses in 1940 Presidential campaign leaning over stall reaching for hay of "presidential nominations."

General

Bressler Editorial Cartoons, Times Building, New York; release Monday, May 20, 1940.

Printed (7x9) version for distribution.

Physical Description

1 boxOriginal: pen and ink with white tempera on pebbleboard, 11 x 15 Printed: 7 x 97 x 9

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Bressler, Harry S.. "Um-m-Tastes Just Right (I Hope)",, 1940 July 1. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

G.O.P. elephant cooking campaign meal for 1940 presidential campaign.

General

Bressler Editorial Cartoons, Times Building, New York; release July 1, 1940.

Physical Description

1 boxOriginal: pen and ink with white tempera on pebbleboard, 11 x 15 Printed: 7 x 97 x 9

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Bressler, Harry S.. "Lonely Perch", 1941 February 8. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A small bird with a branch in its mouth sits on a large gun covered in snow.

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1 box11 x 15

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Briggs, Clare A. (1875-1930). "Bryan Letter to Jolly Roger", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Explosion of "Jolly Roger" over the Bryan letter. "I don't know where I am going, but I am on my way."

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1 boxPen and ink16.75 x 18

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Bualker, Ryan. "Capital: Eh? Kind reader, What's the use of orphan asylums when more child labor is needed?", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A crowd of boys is sent from the "Charitable Orphan Asylum" by an angel promising a business education to the Fostoria Glassworks. A fat man with a top hat looks on and grins.

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1 box13.25 x 15.25

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Burck, Jacob (1904-1982). "Is he on him or ain't he?",, 1940. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Thomas Dewey and Robert Taft, candidates for the Republican presidential nomination (1940), commenting on inability of the GOP nominee, Wendell Willkie, to keep up with "Third Term" donkey of FDR in presidential race.

General

Chicago Times.

Physical Description

1 boxPen and ink. Black crayon, white tempera on pebbleboard, 15 x 2215 x 22

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Burck, Jacob (1904-1982). "On the Doorstep,", 1940. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

FDR's third term baby on the doorstep of Chicago Stadium where 1940 Democratic National Convention was held.

Physical Description

1 boxPen and ink. Black crayon, and white tempera on pebbleboard, 15 x 2215 x 22

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Burck, Jacob (1904-1982). "The Whippersnapper!",, 1940. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Republican bosses comment on Wendell Willkie's backing of FDR after 1940 election defeat.

General

Chicago Times

Physical Description

1 boxPen and ink; black crayon, white tempera on pebbleboard, 15 x 2215 x 22

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Burck, Jacob (1904-1982). "I've lost all faith in Dr. Roosevelt since he stopped finding things wrong with me.",, undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Businessmen sitting in waiting room of GOP "Doctors Dewey, Taft, and Vandenberg."

General

Chicago Times

Physical Description

1 boxPen and ink; black crayon, white tempera on pebbleboard, 15 x 2215 x 22

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Burtt. "Sometimes I git the idea that there ain't no future in this job.",, undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

GOP elephant pushing Democratic donkey in rolling sedan chair.

General

Knoxville Journal

Physical Description

1 boxBlack crayon on pebbleboard, 11 x 11 1/211 x 11.5

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Burtt. "A Balanced Load.",, undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Uncle Sam leading donkey down "The Way of Democracy" balancing "Alert Opposition" and the "Party in Power" on the donkey's back.

General

Knoxville Journal

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1 boxPen and ink with black crayon11.75 x 12.25

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Burtt. "Slipping the Collar?", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A Nazi swastika pulls a bear representing Russia by a chain around the bear's neck labeled "Nazi Diplomacy." The bear pulls against the chain.

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1 box11.5 x 15.25

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Burtt. "Rome-Berlin Axis", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Hitler and Mussolini removing the Polar Axis from the globe and replacing it with a larger "Rome-Berlin" axis that breaks the earth. Stalin watches, puzzled.

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1 box8.75 x 13.25

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Burtt. "The crack of the "gat"- and the crack of the bat.", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A figure representing Europe flinches at the sound of a gun, while a figure representing the U.S.A. enjoys a game of baseball.

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1 box9.75 x 9.5

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Bush, Charles Green (1842-1909). "He's little, but...", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A short man blocks the entry to a building labeled "Unsafe Theatre, Gambling Dive."

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1 box22.25 x 22.5

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Bush, Charles Green (1842-1909). untitled, undated. 1 box.
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Two "jack-in-the-boxes." A man sits on one, Irish Home Rule, to prevent it from opening. The other, Boer Home Rule, springs open and carries a rifle and a sword.

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1 box18.75 x 22

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Cargill. "How Long Will This Resolution Last?",, undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Drunken man labeled "Congress" pledging not to touch bottle labeled "More Spending Recommendations," "Taxpayer" crosses his fingers in the background.

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1 boxPen and ink on pebbleboard, 13 x 16 1/213 x 16.5

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Carmack. "Small Reward.",, 1940. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Four panels showing work of GOP Platform Committee hard at work with "ands" and "buts" only to have "U.S. Public" ask "Now let's see the candidate."

General

The Christian Science Monitor; June 28, 1940.

Physical Description

1 boxPen and ink; black crayon, and white tempera corrections, 11 x 1411 x 14

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Carmack. "The Neighbors are Watching.",, 1940. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Two panels depicting Uncle Sam as symbol of "National Unity" being in one case pulled in opposite directions by the GOP and Dems. and in another riding on their shoulders.

General

The Christian Science Monitor: October 10, 1940.

Physical Description

1 boxPencil and black crayon on pebbleboard, 11 x 1411.25 x 14.25

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Carmack. "Important lines of National Defense.",, 1940. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Hand of "U.S. Democracy" checking off ballot with pencil of "Intelligent Voting."

General

The Christian Science Monitor; October 30, 1940.

Physical Description

1 boxBlue pencil and black crayon on pebbleboard, 11 x 1411 x 14

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Carmack. "Americans, Before and After.",, 1940 November 5. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

"U.S. Citizens' streaming toward the "Ballot Box" dividing into Republicans and Democrats before entering but reuniting afterwards.

General

The Christian Science Monitor: November 5, 1940.

Physical Description

1 boxPen and ink with black crayon on pebbleboard, 11 x 1411 x 14

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Carmack. "Weather Report - Increasing Cloudiness and Warmer", 1940 January 30. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Japanese sun rises over horizon. The clouds are labeled Chinese resistance, Dutch sea and air victories, Macassar Strait and MacArthur's stand.

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1 box11 x 15

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Carmack. "A Mighty Weapon", 1940 February 20. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A small Japanese soldier looks concerned at a large arm labeled "courage" carrying a torch "Dutch scorched earth sacrifices."

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1 box11 x 15

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Carter, Robert. "President Wilson's Announcement of U.S. War Aims", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Angry man in military uniform jumps on an announcement of President Wilson's U.S. war aims.

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1 box18 x 18.75

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Chamberlain. untitled, undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Three panels showing the same man before Congressional Investigation, State Legislature Investigation, and Municipal Investigation.

Physical Description

1 boxPen and ink; crayon and white tempera as corrections all on a cloth-backed paper, 27 1/2 x 13 1/227.5 x 13.5

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Chamberlain. untitled, undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

"National Game of Politics" played by father, son, uncle, husband, and brother on the form of baseball and umpired by a female.

Physical Description

1 boxCrayon and ink, with white tempera as corrections on tissue, 24 x 18 3/424 x 18.75

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Chase, John. "Dropping the Pilot", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Figure representing the German High Command walks down a ladder on a ship named the S.S. Blitzkrieg. Hitler watches from an upper deck and a crewman thumbs his nose from inside, looking out a portal.

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1 box15 x 20.25

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Chase, John. "Long, long trails a-winding... long, long nights of waiting.", 1940 September 19. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Empty ocean labeled "Pacific Sea Lanes."

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1 box15 x 20

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Chase, John. "Promoter,", 1940 September 19. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

The GOP and Dems. at a standoff with Hitler in between saying, "Let's you and him fight."

General

The New Orleans Item; September 19, 1940.

Physical Description

1 boxPen and ink with black crayon and mylar overlay, 15 x 2015 x 20

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Chase, John. "Shh-h-h!",, 1940 November 4. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Hitler, Mussolini, and Hirohito with their ears to the ground saying, "We're Not Interested in the U.S. Election."

General

The New Orleans Item; November 4, 1940.

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1 boxPen and ink with mylar overlay, 15 x 2015 x 20

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Chase, John. "Notable Departure,", 1940 November 7. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

The "Third Term Tradition" leaving "The American Scene" as FDR wins a fourth term.

General

The New Orleans Item; November 7, 1940

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1 boxPen and ink with mylar overlay, 15 x 2015 x 20

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Chase, John. "Decision of the Week,", 1940 November 10. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Football game with FDR running with "U.S. Foreign Policy" ball as GOP, Wendell Willkie, and U.S. Voters sit on bench with Voters saying, "Why Should I Have Taken Him Out. He's Doing All Right."

General

The New Orleans Item; November 7, 1940.

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1 boxPen and ink with mylar overlay, 20 x 1515 x 20

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Chase, John. "Japanese Sandman", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A grim reaper, his scythe reading "staggering Jap losses" flies over marching Japanese troops. The front lines are being killed.

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1 box15 x 20

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Chubb. "'Tis Annoying After Once Having It All 'Sewed Up'",, 1927. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

GOP elephant attempting to find the right thread (candidate) to sew up 1928 Presidential Election again, after Calvin Coolidge announced he was not running.

General

1927

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1 boxPen and ink15 x 20

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Coffman, Hal. untitled,, 1941. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Wendell Willkie (1940 Republican Presidential candidate) chopping legs out from under the wooden elephant of "Partisan Leadership" with the ax of "Americanism."

General

Star Telegram; Fort Worth, Texas, 1941.

Physical Description

1 boxPen and ink and black crayon on pebbleboard, 12 1/2 x 17 1/212.5 x 17.5

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Coffman, Hal. "The Pilgrims Return!",, 1941. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Uncle Sam sitting down for a drink with Wendell Willkie (1940 Republican Presidential Candidate) on his return from campaigning.

General

Star Telegram; Fort Worth, Texas, 1941.

Physical Description

1 boxPen and ink and black crayon on pebbleboard, 12 1/2 x 17 1/212.5 x 17.5

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Coffman, Hal. "Another War Started!",, 1940. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Wendell Willkie's (1940 Republican Presidential Candidate) face breaking through front page of newspaper saying, "I accept."

General

Star Telegram; Fort Worth, Texas, 1940.

Physical Description

1 boxPen and ink and black crayon on pebbleboard, 12 1/2 x 17 1/212.5 x 17.5

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Coffman, Hal. "Don't Play Around With Him Too Long!",, 1942. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Uncle Sam holding bear cub labeled "Rising Prices" in inset, main drawing shows Uncle Sam being mauled by full-grown bear of "Inflation."

General

Star Telegram; Fort Worth, Texas, October 1942.

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1 boxPen and ink and black crayon on pebbleboard, 11 x 1611 x 16

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Coffman, Hal. "The Perfect Dr. Jekyl and Mr. Hyde!", 1941 December. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

2 figures representing Japan. One apologizes to Uncle Sam and tells him war with the U.S. is unthinkable. The other stabs Uncle Sam in the back.

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1 box12.5 x 17.75

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Collier, N.J.. "Whither?", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

President Woodrow Wilson leads a blindfolded Uncle Sam out into a body of water labeled "Internationalism."

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1 box21.5 x 12.25

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Collier, N.J.. "Unjust Criticism", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

President Woodrow Wilson and Secretary Bryan in robes in the desert. Bryan leads the donkey of the Democratic Party. They stand in front of an arch reading "Unjust Criticism."

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1 box10 x 14

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Collier, N.J.. "Mortally Wounded,", 1914. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Dove of Peace lies bleeding with a bayonet through its heart on European soil.

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1 boxPen and ink14 x 15

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Collier, N.J.. "Protecting the Home", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

President Woodrow Wilson as a farmer plowing furrows in front of his house to stop a ranging wild fire. The house is the U.S., the plow is National Defense, the horse is Congress, the furrow is Greater Army and Navy, and the fire is war.

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1 box14.25 x 16.5

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Combes, Willard. "Protect Them July 4th!",, undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

"Fireworks Manufacturer" with arms full of goods labeled "July 4th Accidents" and "Ohio Legislature" with "Bill to Outlaw Fireworks Sale After August 1st" saying, "After August 1st I'll have to Protect the Children."

Physical Description

1 boxPen and ink on pebbleboard, 13 x 16 1/213 x 16.5

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Costello, Jerry (1897-1971). "The Open Door,", 1940. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

"Dictatorship" entering "U.S. Constitutional Government Stronghold" through door of "Third Term." Refers to FDR's running for a third term in 1940.

General

Knickerbocker News; Albany, N.Y, 1940.

Physical Description

1 boxPen and ink; black crayon, and white tempera corrections on pebbleboard, 14 x 1114.25 x 11.25

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Costello, Jerry (1897-1971). "Aimed Right At Him,", 1940. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

"New Deal Big Gun" aimed at figure of business and private initiative.

General

Knickerbocker News; Albany, N.Y., May 28, 1940.

Physical Description

1 boxPen and ink; black crayon, and white tempera corrections on pebbleboard, 14 x 1114.25 x 11.25

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Costello, Jerry (1897-1971). "The Democratic Convention,", 1940 July 17. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Caricature of 1940 Democratic Presidential Convention as hundreds of FDR's nominating himself.

General

Knickerbocker News; Albany, N.Y., July 17, 1940.

Physical Description

1 boxPen and ink; black crayon, and white tempera corrections on pebbleboard.14 x 11.25

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Costello, Jerry (1897-1971). "All Set?",, 1940. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Throne for "King Franklin" (FDR) with crown of third term suspended on rope of Chicago Convention (site of 1940 Democratic Presidential Convention).

General

Knickerbocker News; Albany, N.Y., 1940.

Physical Description

1 boxPen and ink; black crayon, and white tempera corrections on pebbleboard, 14 x 1114 x 11

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Costello, Jerry (1897-1971). "Drafted for the Campaign,", 1940. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Gladiator figure of "The Old War Emergency Issue" sitting outside "Offices of the New Deal" saying, "Sure -- I'll just hang around 'til election's over -- just in case you need me."

General

Knickerbocker News; Albany, N.Y., May 14, 1940.

Physical Description

1 boxPen and ink; black crayon, and white tempera corrections on pebbleboard, 14 x 1114 x 11

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Costello, Jerry (1897-1971). "The Grave They Left Behind Them,", 1940. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Gravestone reading, "R.I.P. '40 The Genuine Democratic Party Chocked Off by New Dealers" with Chicago (site of 1940 Democratic National Convention) in background.

General

Knickerbocker News; Albany, N.Y., 1940.

Physical Description

1 boxPen and ink; black crayon, and white tempera corrections on pebbleboard, 14 x 1111.25 x 14.25

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Costello, Jerry (1897-1971). "Crack Down on 'Em!", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A large arm labeled "drastic law" with a sword in hand comes down upon two figures labeled "tire bootlegger" and "tire thief."

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1 box14 x 11.25

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Costello, Jerry (1897-1971). "Unleash It!", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A bald eagle, labeled "America's Full Air Might" struggles to fly while each foot is tied to the ground by "half-way measures."

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1 box14.5 x 11.25

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Costello, Jerry (1897-1971). "Beset Abroad by Japs - at Home, by Yaps!", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A U.S. soldier representing U.S. defense efforts looks towards Japan, as little figures of Americans at his heels complain, sow disunity, and spread false rumors.

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1 box14.25 x 11

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Costello, Jerry (1897-1971). "Power, Power, Yet More Power!", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Large hand of "Presidential Control" reaches out and grabs two small figures of "U.S. Business."

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1 box11.25 x 14.25

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Costello, Jerry (1897-1971). "The Paperhanger's New Assistant", undated. 1 box.
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Hitler puts up wallpaper with Nazi swastikas labeled "World Coverage." He is handed a roll of wallpaper of Japanese victories by the Japanese emperor. Mussolini lies, beat up, in a glue bucket.

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1 box14.25 x 11.25

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1 box

Coughran, H.C.. "Added to the List,", undated. 1 box.
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German-American adding "The American People" to the list of those deserving God's Punishment after reading paper with headline of "Wilson Re-elected Without the German Vote."

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1 boxPen and ink14 x 15

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2 boxes

Crawford, William H., 1913-. untitled, undated. 1 box.
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Figures throwing "dirt, mud, slander," etc. into "Political Campaign Headquarters."

General

Newark Evening News; Newark, N.J.

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1 boxBlue pencil, black crayon on pebbleboard, 20 x 1620.25 x 16.25

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Crawford, William H., 1913-. "We Are Not Alone,", undated. 1 box.
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Two women talking over a fence, one saying, "Between you, me, and the gatepost, I understand the Army's going to..." Meanwhile, an Army man sneaks up over the hill with a huge listening horn.

General

On back: "To Princeton University from the Newark News." Crawford worked for many years at the News.

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1 boxBlue pencil and ink on pebbleboard, 22 1/4 x 19 3/422.25 x 19.75

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Crawford, William H., 1913-. "The Knight from Princeton", undated. 1 box.
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A knight in full armor rides a horse. The figure is W.W. (Woodrow Wilson) and his lance is Democracy.

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1 box11.75 x 22.5

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Crawford, William H., 1913-. "The Noble Effort", undated. 1 box.
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A Japanese soldier digs in his heels, but also pulls himself forward by a ring in his nose, towards Singapore and the Dutch East Indies. The caption reads "From unimpeachable sources in the Far East it is learned that Japan is straining against bitter odds to maintain peace and harmony with the U.S."

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1 box19 x 15.75

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Crawford, William H., 1913-. "Hacking Away,", undated. 1 box.
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A Japanese soldier knocks pieces labeled Singapore, Cavite, Burma, and Pearl Harbor from base of statue of Democracy. Refers to Japan's early successes in World War II.

General

On back: "To Princeton University from the Newark News." Crawford worked for many years with the News.

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1 boxBlue pencil and ink on pebbleboard, 22 x 19 1/222 x 19.5

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Crawford, William H., 1913-. "On the Political Ranch", undated. 1 box.
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President Woodrow Wilson as a cowboy gets ready to ride a bucking horse, Congress. Former president Taft sits on the ground having been thrown by the horse, with a letter inviting him to come to Yale.

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1 box11.25 x 14.25

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Crawford, Will (1869-1944). untitled, undated. 1 box.
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A woman, holding a paper reading "Legion of Atonement" and with a sash reading "Hope" encourages prisoners to escape through a hole in the wall. Outside of the hole are American troops in formation.

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1 box22.5 x 14.25

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Crawford, Will (1869-1944). untitled, undated. 1 box.
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A large figure of Uncle Sam looks down at a small figure of Uncle Joe.

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1 box14.5 x 23

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Crawford, Will (1869-1944). untitled, 1912 August 12. 1 box.
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Two forms of gambling; on left the stock market, on the right a casino.

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"Puck," August 12, 1912.

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1 box24 x 15.25

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7 boxes

Cushing, Otho (1871-1942). "Three Evils", undated. 1 box.
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Huerta, Villa, and Carrans each reach out to a woman seated on a throne, representing Columbia. Uncle Sam sits behind her, his hand cupped to his ear. The caption reads "Uncle Sam: Whoever you decide for Columbia, you'll be in the wrong."

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1 box30 x 22

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Cushing, Otho (1871-1942). "Peace", undated. 1 box.
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Peace. A dove offers an olive branch to a bald eagle.

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1 box16 x 18.25

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Cushing, Otho (1871-1942). "Scriptural Advice", undated. 1 box.
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An elderly man sits at a desk, drinking ice water and reading a book, representing a prohibitionist. Another man (St. Paul) stands in front of him, surrounded by clouds and holding a wine glass. The caption reads "St. Paul (to prohibitionist): Drink no more water but take a little wine for your stomach's sake."

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1 box29.75 x 21.75

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Cushing, Otho (1871-1942). "At the Betrayers Club", undated. 1 box.
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Taria, Judas, and General Benedict Arnold are seated, as members of the Betrayer's Club. A devil brings an older man before them. The caption reads "Allow me, Taria, Judas and General Benedict Arnold to present a new member, Senator Littlefool of Wisconsin."

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1 box29.5 x 22

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Cushing, Otho (1871-1942). "Field Day in the Navy", undated. 1 box.
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Sailors from the USS New York carry baskets of bottles and wine glasses, and one holds a mop. An officer talks with Mrs. Josie Daniels. The caption reads "Aunt Josie Daniels: After you throw overboard all them decanters and wine glasses you can set the crew to polishing the ships hand mirrors and scent bottles. -- Aye aye mam."

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1 box22 x 29.5

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Cushing, Otho (1871-1942). "Roman History", undated. 1 box.
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A scene in Egypt. 2 men sit at a table, one Egyptian, the other in Roman clothes but with stars on the top hat. The Egyptian is dropping pearls into a drinking cup. The caption reads "Cleopatra dissolving the pearls of tradition - in grape juice."

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1 box29.5 x 19.75

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Cushing, Otho (1871-1942). "Mrs. Daniels: Yes Miss Columbia, I know all the others are allowed their punch but my Jack needs a mother's care.", undated. 1 box.
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An outdoor party. A young woman with stars on her hat (representing Columbia) talks with a older woman (Josie Daniels), who is holding the arm of an angry young man representing the Navy. Columbia is offering a cup to the Navy, and Mrs. Daniels is refusing it for him. The scene also includes several figures drinking from their cups: a young man representing the Army, 2 boys representing the State Interior, and a boy representing the Post Office who is being served the punch by Uncle Sam.

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1 box30 x 20

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Cushing, Otho (1871-1942). "Life of Atilla the Second", 1915 December 7. 1 box.
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A woman representing Germany, carrying a flag "Kultur," points Attila the Second forward. He rides at the head of an army, with the soldiers depicted as pigs.

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1 box29.5 x 22

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Cushing, Otho (1871-1942). "Sacred Birds", 1914. 1 box.
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Busts of 5 figures, the first Uncle Sam and the other four unidentified, each with a bird. A poem about Roman mythology links them to Jupiter, Venus, Minerva, Vergil, and Juno.

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1 box29.5 x 20

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Cushing, Otho (1871-1942). "Pacifist", undated. 1 box.
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An older man turns his back on a sinking ship. A woman, representing the United States, looks over him at the ship. The caption reads "Pacifist: Now don't get excited over the Laconia, Columbia - just remember how calm you was about the Lusitania."

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1 box14 x 22

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Cushing, Otho (1871-1942). "An Infanta and her Duenas", 1910 March 15. 1 box.
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Parody of a Velasquez painting. William Taft dressed as a young girl, with two men behind him dressed as women, there to educate him.

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1 box20 x 24.75

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Cushing, Otho (1871-1942). "Bolts the Wrong Way As Usual", 1917 August 2. 1 box.
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A man tries to control a runaway horse and cart, which is full of barrels and boxes. The horse, Congress, is running away from France rather than towards it.

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1 box29.5 x 21.5

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Cushing, Otho (1871-1942). "The Passing of his Celestial Majesty", 1912 February 13. 1 box.
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A young boy in robes passes between two rows of bowing men.

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1 box26.25 x 16.5

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Cushing, Otho (1871-1942). "Europe Sacrifices to the Prince of Peace", undated. 1 box.
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A pile of bodies before a cathedral. Military and church leaders officiate.

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1 box29.5 x 21.75

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Cushing, Otho (1871-1942). "Uncle Sam's Dream", 1914 October 29. 1 box.
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Uncle Sam dreams of a woman offering drinks from a bowl of Peace to soldiers representing Austria, France, England, Belgium, Russia, and Germany.

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1 box30 x 21.75

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"Obligatory Politeness", 1915 March 9. 1 box.
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Germany, depicted as a stout, plain woman, dances with a gentleman in striped pants, possibly representing the United States. Pretty young women representing England, France, Russia, and Belgium and a young man representing the U.S. Navy watch.

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1 box29.5 x 20

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Cushing, Otho (1871-1942). "American Evolution as Taught in France", 1916 January 26. 1 box.
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Two frames showing the evolution of 2 men. The first evolves from English (1632) to Yengese (1760) to Yankee (1916), retaining his handsome figure and stylish dress. The second evolves from Prussien (1914) to Autr'chien (1915) to Germ-Ameri"chien (1916), becoming fatter, bald, and needing glasses.

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1 box30 x 21.75

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Cushing, Otho (1871-1942). "The Professor: Now boys, that shadow tells me we are approaching a masterpiece....!", undated. 1 box.
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A professor leads students through an art museum. He sees a shadow on the wall and thinks it is a classical statue of a woman. They are shocked to come around the corner and find instead a contemporary woman.

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1 box29.75 x 20

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Cushing, Otho (1871-1942). "If they acted the way they feel. Russian dancers and German singers rehearsing together.", 1916 November 24. 1 box.
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Performers on stage for the opera Aida. Pairs of dancers (Russian) and singers German) fight with each other, pulling hair and punching.

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1 box29.5 x 20

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Cushing, Otho (1871-1942). "A Diplomatrix", 1915 January 22. 1 box.
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Diplomatic dinner where the presiding diplomat Miss Green has put up walls across the table so that Britons, Russians, and Prussians could have dinner together without an incident.

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1 box29.5 x 20

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Cushing, Otho (1871-1942). "The Barg Carmeister and the Lady who was unprepared.", undated. 1 box.
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A masked Prussian soldier enters a woman's bedroom with a drawn sword. The woman, representing the United States, is in bed with a gun in each hand.

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1 box30 x 20

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Cushing, Otho (1871-1942). "Onward Christian Soldier", 1916 December 12. 1 box.
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A Prussian soldier with a flag "Gott mit Uns" marches with his sword drawn. He walks on women lying on the ground with their babies.

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1 box28 x 22

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Cushing, Otho (1871-1942). "Kindermorder. Whom the king delighteth to honor.", undated. 1 box.
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Young soldiers and sailors climb steps to receive medals from commanding officers. One holds a pair of baby shoes behind his back. Another points to a ship on the horizon.

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1 box22 x 24.25

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Cushing, Otho (1871-1942). "Orderly: Majestat here is still another note from that American President. - Answer it yourself it yourself Fritz. - What shall I say, Majestat. - O, anything.", 1915 August 15. 1 box.
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A soldier brings a letter from the U.S. President to Attila the Second. The commander tells the soldier to reply to the letter himself and say whatever he wishes.

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1 box29.75 x 19.75

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Cushing, Otho (1871-1942). "The Life of Attila the Second", 1915 October 14. 1 box.
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Attila the Second stands in front of a throne, ordering his mother away. He is surrounded by soldiers lifting their hats to him and military leaders. The caption reads "He repudiates all who presume to advise him - mother."

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1 box30 x 22

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Cushing, Otho (1871-1942). "Life of Attila the Second. Chapter 10.", 1915 December 7. 1 box.
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Attila the Second runs from a woman, representing France, who holds a rifle with a bayonet and kicks at him. His army, depicted as pigs, run in front of him. The caption reads "Battle of the Marne. He intends to occupy Paris but changes his mind."

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1 box30 x 22

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Cushing, Otho (1871-1942). "Attila the Second. #5", 1915 November 9. 1 box.
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Sitting before a group of people, Attila the Second paints a portrait of himself with his left hand, plays the organ with his right hand, writes with his left foot, and stirs a cooking pot with his right foot. A military commander reads a book "Me & Krupp" while a church leader reads a book "Me & God." The caption reads "He instructs his ignorant subjects in gunnery, theology, cookery, harmony, short hand, portraiture and the sciences."

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1 box30 x 22

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Cushing, Otho (1871-1942). "After the War", 1917 May 1. 1 box.
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An animal trainer addresses a crowd of families. Next to him, 2 men in a cage strain against their chains. The sign on the cage reads "Felis Hohenzollern." The caption reads "Animal trainer: Here we 'ave the Prussian Hyena and cub -- the most blood thirsty brutes in captivity."

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1 box30 x 22

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Cushing, Otho (1871-1942). "Has your majesty any message to send to the wounded and dying? You might tell them that their Kaiser never forgets to drink to their health.", 1916 July 27. 1 box.
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A young soldier approaches Attila the Second to get a message for the wounded soldiers. Attila is seated at a table, eating a feast and drinking heavily. He gives the message that he is drinking to the health of the wounded soldiers.

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1 box30 x 22

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Cushing, Otho (1871-1942). "If our Indians participate", 1917 April 27. 1 box.
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The crown prince and a military officer are captured and tied to trees in a Native American village. Their captors scalp a man, put a dog into a cooking pot, smoke a pipe, and drink from one of the Prussian helmets. The caption reads "Captured crown prince: But, papa, this is infamous, it's not civilized warfare!"

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1 box30 x 22

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Cushing, Otho (1871-1942). "The Walrus and the Carpenter", undated. 1 box.
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Two politicians (depicted as the walrus and the carpenter) try to get the Democratic voters (depicted as oysters) to vote for them instead. However, the oysters will not be swayed and march with a sign "Here we go in a row - We Want Woodrow."

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1 box15 x 22

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Cushing, Otho (1871-1942). 'Whenever he visited England, he would tell his Uncle what a poor thing the British fleet was.", 1915 October 7. 1 box.
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Military commanders and a few ladies view a long line of ships.

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1 box30 x 22

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Cushing, Otho (1871-1942). "Life of Attila Second. Chapter 8.", 1915 November 23. 1 box.
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Attila the Second speaks before the Pope, who smiles at him. The room is filled with church leaders, most of whom are smiling as well. The caption reads "On a visit to Rome he teaches Pope Leo theology."

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1 box30 x 22

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Cushing, Otho (1871-1942). untitled, undated. 1 box.
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Couples, all of them stout, sit at tables and drink from mugs. A military official walks by, looking at them out of the corner of his eye, and a newspaper boy holds a paper reading "Morge Blatter."

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1 box22 x 14.75

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Cushing, Otho (1871-1942). "France (chef d'orchestra): Now, all together. Hindenburg, Tirpitz, William and Son: Allona, enfanta de la Patrie-e!", 1917 May 8. 1 box.
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A woman (representing France) plays a piano and directs four men to sing from a book labeled "La marseillaise, Rule Britannia, Hail Columbia." The men are identified as Hindenburg, Tirpitz, William and Son.

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1 box25.75 x 21.75

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Cushing, Otho (1871-1942). "Life of Attila the Second. Chapter 7.", 1915 November 23. 1 box.
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Three men, including Attila the Second, sit on a porch with rifles. Women are dragging farm animals in front of them to be shot. The caption reads "He was a mighty sportsman. No beast however fierce escaped him."

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1 box30 x 22

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Cushing, Otho (1871-1942). "Life of Attila the Second. #6", 1915 November 9. 1 box.
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Attila the Second, surrounded by smiling military officials, rips up the Treaty with Belgium over a trash can. The caption reads "When inconvenient to keep his word of honor he puts it in the waste-basket with other scraps of paper."

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1 box30 x 22

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Cushing, Otho (1871-1942). "What might have happened if H.I.M. occupied a frozen trench for a day or two.", 1915 January 8. 1 box.
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Attila the Second stands in a trench, waist deep in water floating with empty food cans. He remembers the luxury of his camp and waves a flag reading "I freeze! I starve! I surrender!" His soldiers watch him, smiling.

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1 box30 x 22

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Cushing, Otho (1871-1942). "The Life of Attila the Second. Chapter 1.", 1915 September 23. 1 box.
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Attila the Second in his cradle, holding onto the skirts of a woman representing Germania. Men representing Insanity, Cruelty, and Vanity offer him gifts. Women representing Honor, Humanity, and Culture turn their backs on him. The caption reads "Ancestral traits crop out in the nursery."

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1 box30 x 22

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Cushing, Otho (1871-1942). "The Life of Attila the Second. Chapter 11", 1915 September 30. 1 box.
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Attila the Second, dressed as a boy, cracks a whip as he rides a wagon (Prussia) pulled by several angry or resigned boys. The boys represent Baden, Wurtemburg, Bavaria, Saxony, and Hanover. Adults representing England, Russia, Spain, and Italy all watch, concerned. The caption reads "Even as a boy he could show his little cousins how to run things."

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1 box30 x 22

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Cushing, Otho (1871-1942). "King Frowns on Cardinal", 1910 April 22. 1 box.
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Cardinal Billsey, weeping, is lead away by two angry men. He looks towards another angry man, Aldrich. The caption reads "Cardinal Billsey: O Aldrich, Aldrich, had I but served the State with half the zeal I served my king, it had not left me naked to mine enemies. Henry VIII."

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1 box21.75 x 29.5

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Cushing, Otho (1871-1942). "Roman History. The suffrage geese of Juno arouse the guardians of the capital.", 1914 January 16. 1 box.
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Geese, representing suffragists, honk loudly and carry signs about getting the vote, waking two sleeping men in front of the Senate, probably President Woodrow Wilson and Secretary of State William Jennings Bryan.

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1 box30 x 22

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Cushing, Otho (1871-1942). untitled, undated. 1 box.
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A dog with a man's head strains against his leash and growls at a dog across the river.

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1 box13 x 14.25

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Cushing, Otho (1871-1942). "If you must punish murderers, why neglect the biggest ones?", 1916 July 6. 1 box.
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President Woodrow Wilson pushes a small man in a sombrero while a woman representing civilization tries to direct his attention towards three men with "U-18" on their shirts.

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1 box29.5 x 19.25

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Cushing, Otho (1871-1942). untitled, undated. 1 box.
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Three historical figures as the three fates of Roman mythology, spinning a thread of votes instead of life. Attila the Second is Clotho, who spins the thread. Two unidentified men are Lachesis (who measures the thread) and Atropos (who cuts the thread, possibly Theodore Roosevelt). The cut end of the thread reads Nov 4.

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1 box22 x 16

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Cushing, Otho (1871-1942). untitled, 1916 March 2. 1 box.
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Depicts four figures in costumes suited for their work: "The Dancing Faun - evening demi-toilette for a Mayor of New York, The Aspasia - Presidential regalia when coercing the Senate, The Bellona - knockabout for an ex-President, and The Antinous - Coiffure for a Labor Leader."

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1 box30 x 22

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Cushing, Otho (1871-1942). "La Revolution Republicaine", 1916 August 31. 1 box.
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President Woodrow Wilson, dressed as Marie Antoinette, talks with the leader of the Navy. Outside the window, average citizens are getting angry. The caption reads "The people begin to murmur at Queen Marie Wilsonette and her Minister of Marine."

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1 box30 x 22

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Cushing, Otho (1871-1942). "Perpetual Motion", 1916 May 3. 1 box.
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President Woodrow Wilson and U.S. Ambassador to Berlin James Gerard dressed as girls playing on a see-saw. The Kaiser ("Willie") stands in the middle to keep the two busy and "up in the air."

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1 box30 x 22

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Cushing, Otho (1871-1942). "Miss Woodrina: Samuel, your copy gets weaker and weaker. - Oh, I'm tired copyin' these same old words.", 1916 May 12. 1 box.
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President Woodrow Wilson, as a female school teacher, is directing Uncle Sam to write "Peace at any price" over and over on the chalkboard.

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1 box30 x 22

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Cushing, Otho (1871-1942). "To 'the Father of Surgery'", 1931. 1 box.
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A surgeon in Renaissance garb operates on a patient's mouth. The caption reads "The delicate nuances of the French language can find no fitter exemplar than the courtly phrases with which Perré, the court chirurgeon, comforted the Balafré (scarred) who had fallen- 'Now _ you _ _ _ _ swallow This' (Brantôme)."

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1 box

Cushing, Otho (1871-1942). "A revival of The Mikado (by Sig. Teddi & Signora Carli), undated. 1 box.
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Theodore Roosevelt and "Carli" (possibly Carl Schurz) as characters from the opera The Mikado. The caption reads "Mikado: My morals were thought by all to be particularly correct... Katisha: But nothing at all, compared to those of his Daughter-in-law-elect! as tough as a bone with a will of her own is his Daughter-in-law-elect"

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1 box24.25 x 22

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Cushing, Otho (1871-1942). untitled, undated. 1 box.
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President Woodrow Wilson in a robe, with Uncle Sam behind him, watches a crowd of men stabbing each other with two volcanoes erupting in the background.

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1 box17.5 x 19.75

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1 box

Dalrymple, Louis (1866-1905). "Senator Hoare, John Sherman, David Bennett Hill, Zach Chandler and other Senators view the question of the admission of Hawaii to United States in 1983.", 1893 December 8. 1 box.
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Several U.S. senators examine, through a large magnifying glass labeled "partisanship," the Hawaiian Question, which is represented as a small rodent on a blank piece of paper. The senators include Steward, Dolph, Chandler, and Hill.

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1 box15 x 16.5

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Dalrymple, Louis (1866-1905). untitled, undated. 1 box.
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A memorial to former president Benjamin Harrison. A cherub in suit coat and carrying a top hat adds another wreath to a pile around the monument. The wreath has ribbons with the words "patriotism" and "honor."

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1 box14 x 18.5

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Dalrymple, Louis (1866-1905). untitled, undated. 1 box.
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An elderly gentleman, Levi Morton, sits on a porch. The Presidential Bee buzzes in his ear and he is drinking a "Popularity Spring Tonic."

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1 box15.5 x 17.5

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Dalrymple, Louis (1866-1905). "Just As Easy.", 1899 July 18. 1 box.
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Two men look at the city of Chicago. The caption reads: "Stranger (in Chicago): The streets here seem to be very much alike! Chicagoan: Nonsense, man! The variety is infinite! Now, on that street you'll get sand-bagged; on that street you'll be brass-knuckled; one block down you'll get knock-out drops; and around the corner you'll be garroted. Why, a man can easily tell where he is in Chicago on the darkest nights!"

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1 box17.5 x 18.5

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Dalrymple, Louis (1866-1905). untitled, 1892 November 2. 1 box.
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A department clerk in an office in Washington, D.C. works at his desk. He is behind a wall with spikes and the note "Civil Service Reform Law" across the top and a notice "No Political Assessments to be Levied in this Office." He looks up, worried, as a stout gentleman reaches over the wall to hand him a paper reading "Financial Secretary's Appeal" and in the other hand holds a large hat full of money. The caption reads "Have you any suggestions to make which would be beneficial to Republicanism?"

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1 box14 x 16

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Dalrymple, Louis (1866-1905). untitled, 1894 August 27. 1 box.
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A man, dressed like Napoleon, sits on an island. The island represents Ohio and the chair the governorship. He is crumpling the McKinley Bill in his hand. A sun labeled protection is setting in the background.

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1 box12 x 12.5

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Dalrymple, Louis (1866-1905). untitled, undated. 1 box.
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Hill, depicted as a boy, sits on a broken machine labeled "Machine Nomination for Gov. of N.Y." and holds an ax as a turkey labeled "Presidential Nomination 1896" flies away. Hill cries and holds one of the turkey's feathers in his hand, labeled defeat.

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1 box13 x 14.75

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Dalrymple, Louis (1866-1905). "William Steward, John P. Jones and other "silver" Senators in the guise of an old prospector, stifle discussion on the question of government purchase of silver.", 1890. 1 box.
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A silver prospector, representing several U.S. senators including Steward and Jones, stands in front of his mine strangling Uncle Sam and bringing him to his knees. Uncle Sam holds a cane reading "Public Opinion." The cartoon refers to senators who where stifling discussion on the issue of if the government should purchase silver.

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1 box13 x 13.25

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Dalrymple, Louis (1866-1905). untitled, 1892 April 13. 1 box.
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A graveyard, with each tombstone bearing the date and name of a boom. The most recent is the Hill Boom, 1892, with the epitaph "Since so soon t'was done for, I wonder what t'was begun for." Other booms include Greely (1872), Butler (1884), Hancock (1880), Douglas (1860), McClennan (1864), and Seymour (1868). Tammany Hall, the center of the New York City Democratic political machine, is in the background.

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1 box14.75 x 13.5

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Dalrymple, Louis (1866-1905). untitled, 1905 July 19. 1 box.
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Uncle Sam throws two men out of the Senate, Mitchell and Depew.

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1 box12.25 x 14.25

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1 box

Darling, Jay N. (Jay Norwood), 1876-1962. "Come Horsie -- Nice Horsie,", undated. 1 box.
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Uncle Sam as band leader trying to coax horse representing the Navy down from a telephone pole to join Army, Air Forces, and Strategy in pulling the "U.S. Unified Forces" Band Wagon.

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1 boxPen and ink22.5 x 28

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4 boxes

Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. untitled, undated. 1 box.
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Murphy rests leaning against a large tiger, representing Tammany Hall, lying on a bed made of large contracts. Murphy smokes, and in the smoke is an image of a man named Tweed with a bag of money.

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1 box23 x 29

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. untitled, undated. 1 box.
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William Randolph Hearst walks next to an animal labeled "New Party." The animal has a donkey head, elephant body, and a striped cat tail.

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1 box23 x 29

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. untitled, undated. 1 box.
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A frowning, disproportioned man in a suit. He has a large belly and very small legs. On his lapel are the words "ich daen."

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1 box22.5 x 28.5

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. "A Friend of the Prince", undated. 1 box.
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A man stands at New York Southhampton harbor with luggage, all marked with the seal H.R.M. and a crown, and with his dog. The dog collar reads "From Prince Wales." A crowd of people run away from him towards a sign that reads "Bacon." Only 2 ragged boys stay, laughing at him.

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1 box22.5 x 28.5

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. "At last his fiendish dream has come true", undated. 1 box.
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A caricature of a Chinese man holds a bloody dagger in one hand and a smoking pipe in the other (possibly referring to opium), standing over several collapsed bodies. The smoke from the pipe makes the word "triumph."

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1 box28.5 x 22.5

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. "All we want is 4 years more.", undated. 1 box.
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Large men in grass skirts representing numerous trusts march with an American flag and the sign "All we want is 4 years more." The figures represent the iron, steel, flour, canned goods, paper, leather, rubber, bread, and other trusts. They step on little people as they walk. One figure has also stepped through the Constitution.

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1 box28.5 x 22.5

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. untitled, undated. 1 box.
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An older man with glasses and sleeves rolled up stands at a table with a box labeled "Nov 1905" and points at 3 dolls labeled "Gas Comm," "R.R. Comm," and "Rapid Transit Comm." A younger man stands in the background, hat in his hand and a feather duster on the floor.

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1 box23 x 29

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. untitled, undated. 1 box.
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Pyotr Stoylpin, a Russian politician drags a woman representing Liberty by the hair from a building labeled "Duma" (the Russian legislative assembly).

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1 box23.5 x 29

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. untitled, undated. 1 box.
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A large man, Murphy, sits on City Hall. In his pocket are contracts, gas trust, the Board of Aldermen, and the Police Department. At his feet is a dog named Tammany.

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1 box23.5 x 29

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. untitled, undated. 1 box.
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Uncle Sam in a bathing suit walks along a beach. Across the water, in Greece, soldiers in chariots and on foot run on the beach in front of a forest labeled "tall timber."

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1 box23 x 29

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. untitled, undated. 1 box.
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Two men, Taft and Hughes, saw chunks off of a log. They are working on New York. Sections of West Virginia, Nebraska, Indiana, and Ohio have already been cut off.

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1 box23 x 29

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. untitled, undated. 1 box.
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At a circus, a tiger holds a woman and a girl under its paws, and an elephant steps on another woman. In the background, a few men hold back a crowd of people.

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1 box23 x 29

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. "The Gas Trust", undated. 1 box.
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Two men and a tiger fly in a hot air balloon (The Gas Trust), which is shot down by the Gas Investigation. The escaping air forms the word Scandal $. The men are identified as John D. and Murphy.

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1 box23 x 29

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. untitled, undated. 1 box.
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A man representing the Star Company of N.J. sits in the Corporation Trust Co. office and writes an editorial for a New York newspaper entitled "Down with Trusts!" The office houses the trusts for ice, leather, meat, hearst and others. A second man looks over his shoulder.

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1 box23 x 29

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. untitled, undated. 1 box.
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Uncle Sam about to swat at a mosquito representing Castro, which is biting him.

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1 box23 x 29

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. untitled, undated. 1 box.
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A can of "Fresh Canned Meats" sits on top of human bones. Vultures circle the can, and one sits on it.

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1 box23 x 29

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. untitled, undated. 1 box.
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Numerous consequences of drinking too much whiskey. Men are driven to violence, put in prison, and die and their wives and children are evicted from their homes.

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1 box29 x 23

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. "Well Done Good and Faithful Servant", undated. 1 box.
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The New York fire chief receives a laurel crown with the word honor from a woman representing Fame. A crowd cheers him.

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1 box22 x 26.5

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. "King and Athlete", undated. 1 box.
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An athlete poses in the center. To his right, a stout older man sits on his chair and smokes a pipe. To his left, a decorated military man tries to lift a small weight, sweating.

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1 box19 x 26.75

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. untitled, undated. 1 box.
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Uncle Sam is ushered into The Hague.

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1 box23 x 29

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. untitled, undated. 1 box.
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A man and woman try to give a scroll labeled "Russian Liberty" to Uncle Sam, but he turns his back and will not take it.

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1 box23 x 29

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. "Uncle Joe Wants a Look Inside", undated. 1 box.
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Uncle Joe drilling into a barrel labeled "Standard Oil."

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1 box23 x 29

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. "Trying to fix up his pet hobby", undated. 1 box.
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A man tries to fix a broken rocking horse labeled "Peace" with planks labeled "The Hague."

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1 box23 x 29

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. "All Coons Look Alike to Me", undated. 1 box.
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Uncle Sam stands guard with a gun behind the "Philippine Hen House," ready to attack. A small man in patched clothes and an oversized military helmet approaches with a sack.

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1 box22 x 28

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. untitled, undated. 1 box.
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Uncle Sam stands guard between a gentleman and three men lead by a man carrying a bucket of mud and wearing a suit made of cards.

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1 box23 x 29

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. untitled, undated. 1 box.
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Uncle Sam, with torn clothes and tears in his eyes, tries to offer an invitation to the honorable W.R.H., but is ordered to leave.

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1 box23 x 29

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. "U.S. Not Good Enough for Me", undated. 1 box.
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Uncle Sam reads "Parkers Letter."

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1 box23 x 29

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. untitled, undated. 1 box.
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The hand of the law points at a skeleton wearing a robe labeled "Carelessness." Behind him, a figure representing the Powder Trust looks at the bodies of several men killed in an explosion.

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1 box23 x 23.5

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. untitled, undated. 1 box.
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A man in a fancy uniform with lots of metals, and a crown pulled over his eyes.

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1 box19 x 25.5

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. untitled, undated. 1 box.
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A woman representing Columbia, with a stars and stripes dress, puts a laurel wreath on the head of a man in a military uniform.

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1 box18 x 23.5

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. untitled, undated. 1 box.
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Uncle Sam is tied hand and foot by two miniature men. The rope is the Trans Continental Rail Roads and the R.R. Capitol.

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1 box23 x 29

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. untitled, undated. 1 box.
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At a circus, Taft and Fairbanks run on a ramp to try to jump over an elephant and land in a bowl labeled "Presidential Nomination."

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1 box23 x 29.5

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. "In Union there is strength. You can fool them all some of the time.", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A man in a striped prison uniform hugs a man in a suit.

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1 box23 x 29

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. "Collecting Campaign Funds", undated. 1 box.
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A man in a grass skirt (used in another Davenport cartoon to represent trusts) grabs a man by the throat and takes his money while a police officer looks the other way.

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1 box23 x 29

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. untitled, undated. 1 box.
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A man in a suit, with a whip in his hand, orders a man representing labor to put his vote in the ballot box.

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1 box23 x 29

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. "B-R-Y-A-N", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A man, Gompers, stands on a stage in front of a crowd of men and instructs them to support Bryan.

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1 box23 x 29

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. "The Journal thinks his design will in general work in trust circles before the year is out.", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A man representing "The Journal" leads a man in a striped prison uniform representing the "Ice Trust" from the court house, passed a crowd of happy women and children.

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1 box22.5 x 28.5

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. "Here is where the American people have another chance. If enough of them pull than they can beat the trusts.", 1892. 1 box.
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A tug of war with Uncle Sam leading the American people on one side and a man in a money suit leading the coal, sugar, and meat trusts on the other side.

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1 box28.5 x 22.25

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. untitled, undated. 1 box.
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A courtroom scene.

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1 box22.5 x 28.5

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. untitled, undated. 1 box.
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A woman representing peace stands in Port Arthur, filled with skulls and cannons, reaching out towards two groups of ships headed towards each other.

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1 box23 x 29

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. "How Long?", undated. 1 box.
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A woman representing Civilization is chained by England's loans, jealousy of the powers, apathy, and russia's extension. Bones and a vulture are at her feet.

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1 box22.5 x 28.5

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. untitled, undated. 1 box.
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A worn woman with an empty shopping basket pulls a young girl passed a shop with fresh foul for sale.

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1 box23 x 29

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. untitled, undated. 1 box.
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McKinley, holding a declaration of independence, walks with a tall African man who has a bag of money. They walk by "the McKinley," a "Harem maintained by the U.S." One of the harem women holds a paper that reads "vote for McKinley."

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1 box23 x 29

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. "Nursed by Death", undated. 1 box.
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An emaciated man on a bed is fed a spoon of "Fever, used by US Army" by a skeleton wrapped in red tape. All the man has to eat is hardtack, and on the floor is a notice that his furlough is refused.

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1 box23 x 29

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. untitled, undated. 1 box.
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A crying woman carries a baby and leads a young girl, walking along a fence. All the trees are dead, there are a few bones on the ground, and two vultures in the distance.

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1 box28.5 x 22.5

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. "Mr. Hanna as he would like to be caricatured.", undated. 1 box.
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A large man, Mr. Hanna, with a halo over his head puts his hand on the head of a poor boy. With the other hand, he pours coins into the basket of a poor old man.

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1 box22 x 27.75

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. "Seeing Liberty for the First Time", undated. 1 box.
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A man, tears in his eyes, looks at the Statue of Liberty.

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1 box22.5 x 28.5

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. untitled, undated. 1 box.
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An old man on his knees, praying. At his feet, small figures of soldiers fight and die, and there are scattered letters of sympathy to families of dead soldiers from several countries, including Great Britain, Germany, America, and France.

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1 box23 x 29

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. "Where Tweed Got in", undated. 1 box.
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A tiger smoking a cigar lies on a pile of money in the city treasury.

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1 box23 x 29

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. untitled, undated. 1 box.
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A man in a robe with military metals stands on the edge of the water. Waves roll towards him, with the crests made of men reading towards him.

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1 box23 x 29

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. untitled, undated. 1 box.
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William Randolph Hearst draws a picture of a lizard with a man's head. On the lizard is written "16 to 1, anti-imperialism, government ownership R.R., anti-injunction."

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1 box23 x 29

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. "Only a Cup of Coffee", undated. 1 box.
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A poor old man smiles and drinks a cup of coffee. The caption read "It means only a few cents to you. Think what it means to him."

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1 box22.5 x 28.5

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. "The ones that really suffer from the coal strike are never represented in its discussions", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

An owner and laborer shout at each other and raise their fits in the air, with a paper reading "We Will Strike" on the table. A woman with five children sit and wait to hear their fate.

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1 box23.25 x 29.25

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. "What Seems a Hopeless Position", undated. 1 box.
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Russian General Kuropatkin stands holding a torn flag, surrounded by rifles pointing at him.

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1 box23.25 x 29.25

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. "Spain blew up 266 of my boys for which he got enough to last him but here is Armour who poisened thousands what shall I do?", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Uncle Sam holds a picture of Armour, responsible for the poisoning of thousands of Americans, wondering how to punish him. A picture of a man representing Spain, beaten and bandaged from the punishment he received for killing 266 Americans, is in the background.

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1 box22.5 x 28.5

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. "Joe Chamberlain's War - it comes high but they must have it.", undated. 1 box.
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A stout man holds a bill for Joes War in terms of New York Debt ($300,000) and a new war tax ($5,500 per year). He looks at a tall, thin man. In the background, soldiers are shot in battle and a woman mourns in a cemetery crowded with tomb stones.

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1 box23 x 29

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. "What Next?", undated. 1 box.
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Newspaper publisher William Randolph Hearst walks by with a locked case full of "campaign documents," while William Jennings Bryan observes, shocked.

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1 box23 x 29

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. "A combination that didn't hit strong up state", undated. 1 box.
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William Randolph Hearst and a man in a military uniform stand with a tiger on a dirt road. Two farmers look at them suspiciously.

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1 box23.25 x 29.25

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. untitled, undated. 1 box.
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William Randolph Hearst punches a small man representing the "common people" while two fat men representing Trusts laugh.

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1 box23 x 29

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. untitled, undated. 1 box.
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Face of a smiling man.

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1 box23 x 29

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. "Perhaps this is why some of us favor Japan.", undated. 1 box.
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A man on a horse, sword drawn, with a flag that has a two-headed winged creature. The horse stands on a field of human skulls.

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1 box21 x 28

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. "Gentlemen, may I ask you as a cash appeal to vote for my friend the Hon [name illegible] Loan?", undated. 1 box.
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A businessman presents a scholar. A fat man in a suit with dollar signs claps in the background.

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1 box22.5 x 28.5

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. "Make One Pilate Only", undated. 1 box.
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A giant man, representing religion, holds a child by the foot with one hand and a whip in the other. Small people at his feet run from him.

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1 box28.5 x 22.5

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. untitled, undated. 1 box.
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Newspaper publisher J. Pulitzer sits with William Jennings Bryan, who is frowning. A paper on the floor reads "The World has sharply disagreed with Mr. Bryan. It has nothing to retract, defend or excuse."

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1 box23 x 29

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. "Carl Rhodes and his best Dad.", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A man points two school boys towards Oxford College.

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1 box22.5 x 28.5

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. untitled, undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

William Randolph Hearst about to fall off of a bucking Democrat donkey in front of the Democratic Club N.Y. DeLancey Nicoll watches from the club, laughing.

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1 box23 x 29

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. untitled, undated. 1 box.
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A man in a suit stands in the center with American flags behind him. To his left sit Uncle Sam and an older man, both smiling. To his right stand two men in business suits smoking cigars, looking angry.

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1 box23 x 29

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. "Hearst and the man that [illegible] him", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

William Randolph Hearst sits in a chair, looking at a ghostly image of himself.

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1 box23 x 29

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. "Hearst: Bryan Radical", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

William Randolph Hearst as a one man band.

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1 box23 x 29

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. untitled, undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

William Randolph Hearst in silhouette, with the shadow of another man in glasses behind him.

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1 box23 x 29

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. "Presidential Pie", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

William Howard Taft as the nursery rhyme "Little Jack Horner." He sits in a corner with a "presidential pie," and pulls out a plum, pleased with himself.

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1 box23 x 29

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. "Well I Guess", undated. 1 box.
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Uncle Sam holding a copy of "New York Journal" with headline, "American canal for American people, Senate vote 65 to 17." Refers to decision under Theodore Roosevelt to build Panama Canal.

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1 boxPen and ink23 x 29

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. untitled, undated. 1 box.
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William Howard Taft stands to speak at an event, looking at a cheering crowd.

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1 boxPen and ink23 x 29

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Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. "Good news, things look brighter,", undated. 1 box.
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Uncle Sam smiles.

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1 boxPen and ink23 x 29

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1 box

Davenport, Homer, 1867-1912. "Don't Cross That Line", undated. 1 box.
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A roll of paper representing the "Income Tax Extension Proposal" is warned not to cross the line of March 15 by a Republican elephant in a prison guard uniform with a large gun.

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1 box16 x 18

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DeMar. untitled, undated. 1 box.
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A man in a torn suit, Reyburn, carries another man in pilgrim clothes (Penn), tied in rope.

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1 box

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1 box

Emery Kelen and Alois Derso. "Bernard Baruch and his Musketeers", 1946. 1 box.
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Bernard Baruch and three unidentified men, all dressed as musketeers. Baruch hands them a document with a seal representing an atom, possibly referring to his role on the United Nations Atomic Energy Commission.

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1 box27.75 x 20.5

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1 box

Dowling, Daniel B. (1906-). "Hot Stuff for the Political Gossip Column", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Adlai Stevenson courts an older woman representing the 1956 Presidential Election, taking her to the movies and a soda fountain.

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1 box14.5 x 19

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Dowling, Daniel B. (1906-). 'Not Lion's Tail", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Adolph Hitler pulls on a lion's tail, representing England, expecting a "lightning war." Another man in a tree shouts "No - No! Adolph -- It's Two Jerks of a Lamb's Tail!"

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1 box14.5 x 19.25

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1 box

Doyle, Jerry. "Gone With The Wind,", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Six panels depicting gradual deflation of "Willkie Hopes" (Wendell Willkie, 1940 Republican Presentation candidate).

General

Philadelphia Record

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1 boxPen and ink; blue wash, and white tempera corrections, 18 x 1818 x 18

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Doyle, Jerry. "A Croak From The Swampland,", undated. 1 box.
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Factories in background across lagoon booming "under FDR's Management" and frog labeled "Willkie's Promises" (Wendell Willkie, 1940 Republican Presidential Candidate) on sinking soapbox saying, "But I can do better if -- if -- if -- if...."

General

Philadelphia Record

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1 boxPen and ink, black crayon, and white tempera, 15 x 1715 x 17

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Doyle, Jerry. "Nobody Loves Me!",, undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Figure of "Power Trust" holding money bags and backed up by mounds of toys bawls as Uncle Sam gives TVA as present to deprived "Consumer."

General

Philadelphia Record

Physical Description

1 boxPen and ink on pebbleboard, 15 1/2 x 1715.5 x 17

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Doyle, Jerry. "A Prolific Author", undated. 1 box.
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A man in armor representing "Pacific War" dictates to a woman representing "History," who types on two typewriters at once, one on Java and one on Burma. A stack of completed books sit next to her, including the Invasion of Borneo, Singapore, Guam & Wake, MacArthur, and Pearl Harbor.

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1 box15.25 x 17.75

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Doyle, Jerry. "Boys, Here's A Special Deliver From General MacArthur", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Uncle Sam shows a rush letter he received from General MacArthur to a group of factory workers. MacArthur indicates that the success or failure of modern wars depends primarily on the resources.

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1 box13.5 x 19.25

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Doyle, Jerry. "A Time Bomb on His Menu", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A caricature of a Japanese soldier eats part of the globe representing the "good earth of Far East," looking at a time bomb planted in the Philippines by General MacArthur.

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1 box13.25 x 16

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Duckett. "The Might of Him,", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Worker wearing cap of "Defense Program" and flexing bulging bicep of "Detroit's Mass Production Facilities."

General

The Times; Detroit, Michigan.

Physical Description

1 boxPen and ink and black crayon on pebbleboard, 13 x 1613 x 16

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Duffy, Edmond, 1899-1962. "Caesar in a Rumble Seat", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A soldier rides a tank labeled "Nazi War Machine" with a "Just Married" sign and a map of Italy on the back.

Physical Description

1 box17 x 22

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Duffy, Edmond, 1899-1962. "Have you mark'd but the fall o' the Snow before the Soil hath smutched it?" -- Ben Johnson,, undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Stooping man waiting at bus stop in a snowstorm. Duffy was of some renown, winning three Pulitzer Prizes.

Physical Description

1 boxPen and ink, black crayon on newsprint, 14 1/2 x 1914.5 x 19

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Duffy, Edmond, 1899-1962. "Pangs of Thirst", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A panting figure representing the thirsty Reich War Machine reaches out towards the Rumanian oil fields.

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1 box16.75 x 21.75

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Duffy, Edmond, 1899-1962. "Last Entry", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A robed figure representing history writes in a book about battles in 1940 and at the end of the page writes "finished." In its other hand, the figure holds a copy of the British-French alliance.

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1 box16.75 x 21.75

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Duffy, Edmond, 1899-1962. "Sand for the Biggest of Incendary Fires", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Uncle Sam stands on the edge of a cliff pouring a bag of sand representing the $70 billion war budget for 1942-43 to try to put out the fire of war.

Physical Description

1 box15 x 19

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Duffy, Edmond, 1899-1962. "Out of Burma 'Cross the Bay", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A man representing India sits peacefully next to a burning paper labeled "Cripps Plan," while across the Bay of Bengal an enemy soldier approaches with a bloody sword.

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1 box15 x 19

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1 box

Dugan, Irvin, 1892-1982 (1892-1982). Untitled,, undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Three football players labeled "Dayton, Cincinnati, and Ohio-U" bumping heads.

General

Huntington Publishing Co.

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1 boxPen and ink12 x 16

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Dugan, Irvin, 1892-1982 (1892-1982). "Mr. Woeful Goes to the President's Ball,", dates not examined. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Nine panels showing reluctant "Mr. Woeful" being coaxed into going to the ball.

General

Huntington Publishing Co.

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1 boxPen and ink12 x 13

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Dugan, Irvin, 1892-1982 (1892-1982). Untitled,, undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Flashlight of "Public Interest" shining into a padlocked ballot box for "School Bond Election."

General

Huntington Publishing Co.

Physical Description

1 boxPen and ink, black crayon on pebbleboard, 9 x 139 x 13

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1 box

Dunning, M.A.. "Ouch!",, undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Wendell Willkie (1940 Republican Presidential candidate) throwing boomerang shaped "Attacks on FDR" that bounce back to hit GOP.

General

Austin, Texas; Austin Statesman.

Physical Description

1 boxPen and ink, black crayon, and white tempera corrections, 12 x 1412 x 14

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Dunning, M.A.. "Pulling Uncle's Sweet-Tooth!!", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Uncle Sam, his head shaped like the United States, sits in a dentist chair. Leon Henderson, as the dentist, removed the Sugar Supply tooth as part of rationing.

Physical Description

1 box12.5 x 14

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Dunning, M.A.. "All Ready!",, undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

GOP elephant building platform "Reserved for the Nation's Burdens After January 20." out of "faulty" Republican materials.

General

Austin, Texas; Austin Statesman.

Physical Description

1 boxPen and ink and black crayon12 x 14

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Dunning, M.A.. "What Originality!",, undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

GOP elephant using rubber stamp "used regularly every four years" which reads "Help the Farmer."

General

Austin, Texas; Austin Statesman.

Physical Description

1 boxPen and ink and black crayon12 x 14

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Dunning, M.A.. "For Safety's Sake,", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

John L. Lewis for the C.I.O. in "Willkie For President" washtub (Wendell Willkie, 1940 Republican Presidential candidate) exhorting Uncle Sam to jump from "stability of the New Deal" to join him on "troubled waters."

General

Austin, Texas; Austin Statesman

Physical Description

1 boxPen and ink with white tempera, 12 x 1412 x 14

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Dunning, M.A.. "Nailing 'EM on the Barn Door!",, undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

F.D.R. nailing up "GOP Falsifications and Hysteria" he has shot down with the "Facts!"

General

Austin, Texas; Austin Statesman.

Physical Description

1 boxPen and ink and black crayon13.5 x 14.5

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Dunning, M.A.. "He Doesn't Scare,", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Jack-o-lantern with Wendell Willkie's (1940 Republican Presidential candidate) initials attempting to scare the public.

General

Austin, Texas; Austin Statesman.

Physical Description

1 boxPen and ink, black crayon, and white tempera, 12 x 1412 x 14

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Dunning, M.A.. "So It Seems!",, undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

GOP elephant slinging mud at Democratic donkey who pays no attention.

General

Austin, Texas; Austin Statesman

Physical Description

1 boxPen and ink and black crayon12 x 14

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Dunning, M.A.. "How Much Smaller", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A miniature man, representing Congressmen who voted self-pensions, reads a newspaper with the headline "Sponsors of Bundles for Congress Decide to Call Off Caravan." He is relieved, thinking it would have made him look small if that had passed.

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1 box13 x 14

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Dunning, M.A.. "I'm Not Afraid.", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Winston Churchill sits on a locked safe labeled the "British Cabinet." A lion, representing the movement to unseat him, circles the cabinet and growls.

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1 box12.5 x 13.75

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Dunning, M.A.. "Our Complacency", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Uncle Sam, reading a newspaper with headlines about the Rubber Question, Sugar Question, Weather, and Business as Usual, is surprised by a spike labeled "Surrender of Singapore."

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1 box13 x 14

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Dunning, M.A.. "Sweetening It Up A Bit", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Uncle Sam is being fed medicine of "Bad News" by the hand of War. War adds some sugar of MacArthur's Continued Stand to sweeten up the medicine.

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1 box12.75 x 13.75

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Dunning, M.A.. "Still the Question of Slavery", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Abraham Lincoln watches the earth burn.

Physical Description

1 box12.5 x 13.5

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2 boxes

Ehrhart, S. D. (Samuel D.) (approximately 1862-1937). Untitled,, 1913. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

An armored President Taft exhorts Root, Penrose, Gallinger, Bannes, and Camron to "buckle on [their] armor for the battle of humanity and the common people that must be fought," while the armor of Vermont and Utah lies on the floor.

General

"Puck" January 6, 1913.

Physical Description

1 boxPen and ink15 x 17

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Ehrhart, S. D. (Samuel D.) (approximately 1862-1937). "Europe: as the personally conducted Domines described it,", 1911. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Graphic shows city of cathedrals around central square. Cameo shows a large man describing the scene to two older ladies.

General

"Puck," July 19, 1911, Volume LXIX. No. 1794, page 6.

Physical Description

1 boxPen and ink with blue pencil22.5 x 17.75

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Ehrhart, S. D. (Samuel D.) (approximately 1862-1937). "Democratic Sanitarium. Morphine and other drug habits cured.", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

In a sanitarium for democrats with drug habits, President Woodrow Wilson stands at the center of a group of men holding a bottle of "Tariff Subsidy Morphine," which all the others reach for. On the time are also high protection cocaine and dope.

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1 box14.75 x 23

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Ehrhart, S. D. (Samuel D.) (approximately 1862-1937). "Wall Street, 'The Index of the Country's Prosperity.'",, 1907. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Graphics show "Flim Flam Finance" manipulating the thermometer of the economy with fire and ice alternately.

General

"Puck," September 30, 1907.

Physical Description

1 boxPen and ink with blue pencil16.5 x 21

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Ehrhart, S. D. (Samuel D.) (approximately 1862-1937). untitled,, 1901. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Beautiful young lady confronts a dyspeptic young man.

General

"Puck," April 1, 1901.

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1 boxPen and ink12 x 17

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Ehrhart, S. D. (Samuel D.) (approximately 1862-1937). untitled, undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

President Woodrow Wilson in a gym, trying to get an overweight man representing Protection Trust back into shape. One of the exercise machines is "Tariff Reform Chese Weights."

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1 box14 x 16.25

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Ehrhart, S. D. (Samuel D.) (approximately 1862-1937). untitled,, 1912 July 30. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Saint Peter directs a reluctant man toward Heaven where an angel applies wings and distributes harps.

General

"Puck," July 20, 1912.

Physical Description

1 boxPencil on pebbleboard, 15 x 2015 x 20

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Ehrhart, S. D. (Samuel D.) (approximately 1862-1937). untitled,, 1906. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Sinister China consoles desperate Morocco sitting on the steps of Algiers.

General

"Puck," January 22, 1906.

Physical Description

1 boxPen and ink with blue pencil16.75 x 20

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Ehrhart, S. D. (Samuel D.) (approximately 1862-1937). untitled,, 1902 July 28. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Boy prince reviews a bevy of prospective brides being led in by a military figure as a garish ecclesiastical figure and the stern-faced mother look on. Appears to be set in Italy or Spain.

General

"Puck," July 28, 1902.

Physical Description

1 boxPen and ink27.5 x 18.5

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Ehrhart, S. D. (Samuel D.) (approximately 1862-1937). untitled,, 1899 December 27. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A pleased Uncle Sam monitors the embarkation of American troops from the Philippines at the end of the Spanish-American War and ushers in the "civilizing" forces of American womanhood who confront the awestruck natives.

General

Dated December 27, 1899

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1 boxPen and ink27 x 18

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Ehrhart, S. D. (Samuel D.) (approximately 1862-1937). untitled,, 1900 March 25. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Men conversing at a bar.

General

"Puck," March 27, 1900.

Physical Description

1 boxPen and ink21 x 22

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Erhart. untitled, 1910. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A conductor gives a harsh look to a horn player during a performance.

General

"Puck," May 8, 1910.

Physical Description

1 boxPen and ink with blue pencil20.75 x 18.25

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1 box

Ehrhart, S. D. (Samuel D.) (approximately 1862-1937). "Before the Bar,", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Figure in monk's habit holding cross appears before bar of "German Justice" which is presided over by Hitler sitting in chair of "Religious Persecution."

Physical Description

1 boxBlack crayon on pebbleboard, 12 1/2 x 15 1/212.5 x 15.5

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Elderman. "History and His Tory,", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

FDR backed up by obese figure of "That 20 Billion Dollar Congress" calling equally fat "Corporations" -- "Economic Royalist."

Physical Description

1 boxBlack crayon on pebbleboard12 1/2 x 16

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1 box

Enright, Walter Joseph (American cartoonist and illustrator, born 1879). "Feeling the Pressure", 1941 February 18. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A large hand representing Nazi Germany bushes a soldier representing Japan forward.

Physical Description

1 box14.5 x 17

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Enright, Walter Joseph (American cartoonist and illustrator, born 1879). "The Dearth of a Nation", 1924 June 28. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A dismayed figure representing voters looks at a group of present day politicians, all with fake laughs, reaching out to him. Over the scene are the dignified figures of past presidents Washington, Jefferson, Eisenhower, Theodore Roosevelt, and Lincoln.

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1 box15 x 20

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Enright, Walter Joseph (American cartoonist and illustrator, born 1879). "November Morn,", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

GOP elephant sticking its toe into cold water of "Coming Elections."

General

Miami, Florida; The Herald.

Physical Description

1 boxBlack crayon on pebbleboard, 9 1/2 x 11 1/213.75 x 15.75

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Enright, Walter Joseph (American cartoonist and illustrator, born 1879). "Our Enemies", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Men representing our enemies: Nazi, Complacency, Japanese, Indifference.

Physical Description

1 box15 x 18.25

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Enright, Walter Joseph (American cartoonist and illustrator, born 1879). "Calling the Reserves!",, 1940. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

GOP opening door for "Ignorance, Fear, and Prejudice."

General

Made for Democratic National Committee, 1940 Campaign.

Physical Description

1 boxBlack crayon on pebbleboard, 12 x 13 1/212 x 13.5

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Enright, Walter Joseph (American cartoonist and illustrator, born 1879). "His for the Taking", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A large figure representing the Petain Government sits with his back facing the harbor, holding the French fleet there with strings. A large figure representing the Nazi's is emerging from the water to attack.

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1 box15 x 18.25

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Enright, Walter Joseph (American cartoonist and illustrator, born 1879). "Hey! Adolph!", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A large soldier representing Japan kneels on a map of Japan with one hand reaching for China and another reaching towards Pacific islands.

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1 box15 x 18.25

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1 box

Evans, Raymond Oscar. "Foreign Troubles", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Uncle Sam floats in a rough sea labeled "Foreign Troubles" with a "Wilson" life preserver. An elephant swings at him with a club labeled "War."

Physical Description

1 box18.5 x 24.75

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Evans, Raymond Oscar. Untitled,, undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Huge "Pork Barrel" (pig in a barrel) eats money from a "national resources" trough as determined Uncle Sam looks on holding knife marked "Army-Navy plans."

Physical Description

1 boxPen and ink with white tempura on textured paper. 22 1/4 x 29 1/222.25 x 29.5

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1 box

Fitzpatrick, Daniel Robert (1891-1969). "A Strange Free World", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A man puts up a brick wall representing the McCarran Exclusion Act in front of the Statue of Liberty.

Physical Description

1 box20.25 x 24.25

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Fitzpatrick, Daniel Robert (1891-1969). "McCarthyism's Sanctuary", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Joseph McCarthy throws smears, lies, and fake charges from the safety of the U.S. Senate.

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1 box20.25 x 24.25

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Fitzpatrick, Daniel Robert (1891-1969). "Rugged Individualist In Camp", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Several figures sit around a camp fire in front of a tent representing United Europe. A man representing Great Britain sits alone at his own fire.

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1 box20.25 x 24.25

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Fitzpatrick, Daniel Robert (1891-1969). "Frenchmen, I Bespeak the New Order", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Laval, represented as a vulture, sits on a cactus shaped like a Nazi swastika.

Physical Description

1 box18 x 20.25

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Fitzpatrick, Daniel Robert (1891-1969). "Democracy's Underlying Problem.", 1939 December 5. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A man representing the 8,700,000 unemployed is buried underneath a city.

Physical Description

1 box19 x 22.5

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Fitzpatrick, Daniel Robert (1891-1969). "A Prop Against Human Erosion", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A mountain made of people. A wall representing the Minimum Wage and Hour Law keeps people from sliding too far down the mountain.

Physical Description

1 box18.75 x 23

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1 box

Follett, F. M.. untitled,, 1904. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Caricature of large man leaning on pillar in pose typical of late nineteenth century Robber Barons.

Physical Description

1 boxPen and ink and black crayon15 x 20.25

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Follett, F. M.. untitled, undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A man in military uniform (General Leonard Wood). Tags indicate that his army, sword, and uniform are gifts from Theodore Roosevelt.

Physical Description

1 box14.25 x 26.5

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Follett, F. M.. "C.C. Shayne", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A large man crushes a working man under his thumb with one hand and pours out a chest of old clothes for him with the other.

Physical Description

1 box17.5 x 20.75

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1 box

Fornaro. untitled,, undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Ghoulish figure of "MOB" threatening Atlanta who attempts to protect herself with shield of "Broken Justice".

Physical Description

1 boxPen and ink13.5 x 18

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1 box

Forsyth. untitled,, 1899 March 31. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Three half drunken Dutchmen carousing in farmyard.

General

Puck, New York, New York.

Physical Description

1 boxPen and ink17 x 11.5

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1 box

Gale. "Speak For Yourself, Sam!",, 1940 October 17. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Uncle Sam looks sternly on as a caricature of FDR's "intellectual" aide broadcasts "Provocation, Defiance, and War Talk" to the Nation.

General

Los Angeles, CA; Los Angeles Examiner, October 17, 1940.

Physical Description

1 boxPen and ink and black crayon11 x 13

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Gale. "Not the American Way!",, 1940 October 4. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Figures of Dictatorship ascending to throne on steps labeled, "The Indispensibility of One Man, Centralization of Power, and Leadership in the Time of Crisis."

General

Los Angeles, CA; Los Angeles Examiner, October 4, 1940.

Physical Description

1 boxPen and ink with mylar overlay, 12 1/2 x 15.12.5 x 15

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Gale. "Midstream!",, 1940 June 6. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Uncle Sam caught in middle of "Spending" stream on "Donkey of Prodigality" while holding onto "Horse Sense" - New Deal intellectual advises him not to change horses.

General

Los Angeles, CA; Los Angeles Examiner, June 6, 1940.

Physical Description

1 boxPen and ink12 x 14.5

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Gale. "A Bit Warped!",, 1940 March 26. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

New Deal Democrat attempting to construct "1940 Platform" with "Warped" planks.

General

Los Angeles, CA; Los Angeles Examiner, March 26, 1940.

Physical Description

1 boxPen and ink with mylar overlay, 14 x 18.14 x 18

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1 box

Gallaway, W.H.. untitled,, 1897 November 17. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Two men standing on station platform (Lonehill) with a single woman in the background.

Physical Description

1 boxPen and ink15.5 x 20

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Gallaway, W.H.. untitled,, 1903 May 11. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Temperance preacher holding Christian Science tract in his hand standing in a bar with two cowboys.

Physical Description

1 boxPen and ink15.5 x 20

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3 boxes

Glackens, L. M. (Louis M.), 1866-1933 (1866-1933). "The Court Jester", 1912 December 9. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Uncle Sam enthroned in chair, with "Andy" (Carnegie) dressed as a fool, at his feet. "The court jester-sometimes his prattle becomes a trifle wearing."

General

Hand-colored.

Physical Description

1 boxLithograph, hand colored. Reverse has black and white lithograph. 8 x 8 1/28 x 8

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Glackens, L. M. (Louis M.), 1866-1933 (1866-1933). "The Morning After. The bride's father - Let's see, gentlemen: Where were we?", 1913 November 21. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

President Woodrow Wilson addresses three figures representing the Trust Question, Currency Question, and Mexican Question, standing in the middle of the aftermath of a party.

Physical Description

1 box15.5 x 14.5

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Glackens, L. M. (Louis M.), 1866-1933 (1866-1933). "Andrew Carnegie", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Andrew Carnegie as a cherub or gargoyle looking out at the setting sun. Two birds overhead.

Physical Description

1 boxPen and wash, 10 x 1110 x 11

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Glackens, L. M. (Louis M.), 1866-1933 (1866-1933). "Boer War Exposures", 1906 June 13. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

J. Bull seated on doorsteps looking across the street at Uncle Sam sweeping. Cartoon refers to Boer war exposures: fake fire arms, bad ammunition, supply contracts, army scandals, and embalmed beef.

Physical Description

1 boxPen and ink19.5 x 14

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Glackens, L. M. (Louis M.), 1866-1933 (1866-1933). "Just Made for Each Other", 1907 July 3. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

William Howard Taft with a box of "Ohio bonbons" in his lap with a GOP elephant seated in a hammock.

Physical Description

1 boxPen and ink11 x 12.25

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Glackens, L. M. (Louis M.), 1866-1933 (1866-1933). "Tariff Reform Wagon", 1908 December 18. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Andrew Carnegie rides barrel of Tariff Reform wagon. Figures representing trusts for steel, wool, coal, lumber, paper, and beef jubilate with "protection booze."

Physical Description

1 boxPen and ink9.75 x 10.75

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Glackens, L. M. (Louis M.), 1866-1933 (1866-1933). untitled, 1913 November 17. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A man representing South America walks with a small woman. Her apron is labeled "Monroe Doctrine" and she carries a bottle labeled "Wilson." Uncle Sam stands behind them, looking thoughtful.

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1 box16 x 17

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Glackens, L. M. (Louis M.), 1866-1933 (1866-1933). untitled, 1908 February 13. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

"Amateur night-$10.00 for the best ten minute sermon." Crowds of blackcoated clergymen mill around pulpit entrance.

Physical Description

1 boxPen and ink12.5 x 11

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Glackens, L. M. (Louis M.), 1866-1933 (1866-1933). "It's Your Baby Now", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Former president Taft hands new president Woodrow Wilson a baby shooting a guy who represents the Mexican Situation.

Physical Description

1 box16 x 22

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Glackens, L. M. (Louis M.), 1866-1933 (1866-1933). untitled, 1906 August 8. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Man seated on a chair with child-sized woman on his lap holding candies labeled "To Ida from Jack". A bouquet for Ida sits on the table.

Physical Description

1 boxPen and ink, blue pencil used in the background, 10 x 12 1/210 x 12.5

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Glackens, L. M. (Louis M.), 1866-1933 (1866-1933). untitled, 1908 February 19. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Professional politician stands between two composite animals combining parts of the elephant (GOP) and donkey (Democrat) to form one animal representing Reaction Republicanism and Democracy and the other representing Progressive Republicanism and Democracy.

Physical Description

1 boxPen and ink11.25 x 12

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Glackens, L. M. (Louis M.), 1866-1933 (1866-1933). "Puck", 1909 March 25. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Free-for-all in congress with fighters labeled De Armond, Sulzer, Fitzgerald, Gardiner, Goldfogle.

General

Puck NY April 14, 1909, Vol. LXV, no. 1676

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1 boxPen and ink12 x 16

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Glackens, L. M. (Louis M.), 1866-1933 (1866-1933). untitled, 1909 August 23. 1 box.
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Oracle ("Genuine oracle imported from Delphi") seated cross-legged in cloud of smoke. Holds two signs directed at W.J. Bryan and Walker Wellman.

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1 boxPen and ink10 x 10.75

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Glackens, L. M. (Louis M.), 1866-1933 (1866-1933). untitled, 1910 January 17. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Man leaning over desk with large club labelled "Republican Machine" and "House Insurgents" with wings and halos in the background.

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1 boxPen and ink10 x 11

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Glackens, L. M. (Louis M.), 1866-1933 (1866-1933). "Whiskey doesn't need new labels half as much as these bottles do, Mr. President".,, 1910 January 3. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Bottle shown with head of Uncle Joe (brand) label, the other with Aldrich.

Physical Description

1 boxPen and ink, blue crayon, 10 x 1110 x 11

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Glackens, L. M. (Louis M.), 1866-1933 (1866-1933). untitled, undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Bill Bryan seated in a chair with a bottle (Perpetual booze candidacy) "Nomination perfecto" in air behind him. Scroll: "I hereby pledge myself to quit liquor and tobacco in any form."

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1 boxPencil, 11 1/2 x 12 1/211.5 x 12.5

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Glackens, L. M. (Louis M.), 1866-1933 (1866-1933). untitled, 1910 March 29. 1 box.
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Seven female harridans, of which two are seated in chairs. Pictures of Samson and Delilah and Adam and Eve are hanging on the wall behind them.

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1 boxPen and ink22.75 x 12.5

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Glackens, L. M. (Louis M.), 1866-1933 (1866-1933). untitled, 1911 December 22. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Uncle Sam, holding scroll reading "Protest against Russian exclusion of Jewish Americans" opens closet and skeleton wearing sign "American exclusion of Chinese" tumbles out.

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1 boxPen and ink10 x 11

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Glackens, L. M. (Louis M.), 1866-1933 (1866-1933). untitled, 1912 February 19. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Man in bowler hat and cigar depicted as a turkey, stares out over a parapet. His legs are made of celery and below him is a building for selling produce.

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1 boxWash, 9 x 109 x 10

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Glackens, L. M. (Louis M.), 1866-1933 (1866-1933). untitled, undated. 1 box.
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A circus. The "Trust Band," lead by Archbold, plays music about owning Roosevelt and the Republican Party. The GOP elephant dances with Taft as the ring master. Theodore Roosevelt is depicted as a monkey in the "Progressive Cage," looked at by Loeb, Penrose, and Hearst.

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1 box23.25 x 18.5

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Glackens, L. M. (Louis M.), 1866-1933 (1866-1933). untitled, 1912 October 11. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Jack and the Beanstalk. The giant, representing Monopoly, falls to the ground as Jack (President Woodrow Wilson) cuts the beanstalk (excessive protection) with an ax (tariff revision).

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1 box12.75 x 14.25

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Glackens, L. M. (Louis M.), 1866-1933 (1866-1933). untitled, 1912 December 7. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

"Monopoly" seated at a table eating "benefits of protection" while a man (Underwood) sings him a song about tariff reform.

Physical Description

1 boxPencil, 12 3/4 x 13 1/412.75 x 13.25

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Glackens, L. M. (Louis M.), 1866-1933 (1866-1933). untitled, 1913 June 9. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Uncle Sam as judge in a courtroom. President Woodrow Wilson is brought before the court to be accused by a figure representing a Lobbyist, pointing to a poor family holding "The Market Basket."

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1 box14.5 x 16.5

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Glackens, L. M. (Louis M.), 1866-1933 (1866-1933). untitled, 1913 November 7. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A smiling President Woodrow Wilson brushes himself off after a wedding party and addresses three tired figures representing the trust question, currency question, and Mexican question.

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1 box12.5 x 14

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Glackens, L. M. (Louis M.), 1866-1933 (1866-1933). untitled, 1913 September 29. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

President Woodrow Wilson as a traffic cop. He halts cars and wagons representing the Republican machine, peanut politics, Wall Street, opposition press, and Bull Moose so that two elderly ladies representing the Tariff Bill and Currency Bill can cross the street.

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1 box20 x 10.25

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Glackens, L. M. (Louis M.), 1866-1933 (1866-1933). "The Court Jester", 1912 November 29. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Uncle Sam enthroned in chair, with "Andy" (Carnegie) dressed as a fool, at his feet.

General

"Puck" stamped on reverse.

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1 boxPencil sketch, 12 x 13 1/412.5 x 14

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Glackens, L. M. (Louis M.), 1866-1933 (1866-1933). untitled, 1913 May 16. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Workers stand outside factory reading notice ..."if the Tariff bill is passed, your wages will be cut." Oversized man labeled Redfield holds notice to manufacturers that the Department of Commerce will investigate wage reductions.

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1 boxPen and ink12 x 16.5

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Glackens, L. M. (Louis M.), 1866-1933 (1866-1933). untitled, 1913 March 3. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

The GOP Republican elephant walks away from Woodrow Wilson's White House, bag in hand, looking back sadly.

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1 box10.75 x 11.75

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Glackens, L. M. (Louis M.), 1866-1933 (1866-1933). untitled, 1913 April 22. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

President Woodrow Wilson as a lion tamer. The lion is his secretary of state William Jennings Bryan, and his water dish is full of harmony.

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1 box16.75 x 10.75

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Glackens, L. M. (Louis M.), 1866-1933 (1866-1933). untitled, 1913 September 11. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

William Jennings Bryan, depicted as a bird, stands on a perch made from buildings representing Chautauqua and the Commoner, ripping open boxes of "cabinet portfolios" and "ambassador's snaps."

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1 box12.5 x 16

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Glackens, L. M. (Louis M.), 1866-1933 (1866-1933). "Fireman, Save My Chi-e-l-d!", 1913 February 3. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A mother, representing Monopoly, demands a fireman (the New Jersey Legislature) save her child (New Jersey corporation law) from a burning building. The fire represents Governor Woodrow Wilson's Anti-trust crusade.

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1 box16 x 17

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Glackens, L. M. (Louis M.), 1866-1933 (1866-1933). "Puck Thanksgiving 1904", 1904. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A young lady huntress with the turkey she has shot.

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1 boxPen and ink14 x 19.25

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1 box

Goldberg, Reuben Lucius, 1883 -. "The Easter Bonnet",, 1940. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

FDR as woman trying to decide whether to buy Easter Bonnet of "Third Term."

General

New York Sun; March 22, 1940.

Physical Description

1 boxPen and ink and black crayon11.5 x 15

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Goldberg, Reuben Lucius, 1883 -. "Fables of Franklin D.", 1940. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

FDR holding donkey, shaking money out of its ear saying, "You can't make a silk purse out of a sow's ear - But you can out of a donkey's!"

General

New York Sun, October 29, 1940 (?)

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1 boxPen and ink and black crayon12 x 15.5

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Goldberg, Reuben Lucius, 1883 -. "Behind the Eight Ball,", 1941 March. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

"Joe Public" overwhelmed by eight ball of "Roosevelt's Eighth Year."

General

New York Sun, March 6, 1941

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1 boxPen and ink and black crayon11.5 x 15

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1 box

Grant, Gordon Hope, 1875 - 1962. untitled,, 1908 September 23. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Street scene outside subway stairs. A rich man is giving money to a blind man in foreground while old lady is knocked aside in the stairwell. Stylish couple passes by in background.

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1 boxPen and ink20.125 x 16.25

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Grant, Gordon Hope, 1875 - 1962. untitled,, 1907 February 25. 1 box.
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A series of men's faces arranged in vertical stripes.

General

Puck, February 25, 1907

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1 boxPen and ink22.625 x 17.75

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Gray, Harold (1894-1968). untitled,, 1924. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Caricature of industrial capitalist sits on money bag with factories in background labeled "Industrial Depression." The "Wage Earner" prostrates himself before the capitalist.

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1 boxPen and ink19 x 11.75

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Greaves. "The King Can Do No Wrong.",, undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

FDR as King canceling the U.S. Constitution.

General

The Wheeling News

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1 boxPen and ink13 x 15

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Greaves. "The New Cook Does His Best.",, 1940. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

"Boss" Edward J. Flynn (Democratic National Chairman) concocting recipe for "New Deal Campaign" 1940.

General

The Wheeling News

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1 boxPen and ink13 x 15

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Greaves. "The One and Only Indispensible.",, undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Uncle Sam pointing to portraits of Jackson, Jefferson, and Washington hanging over FDR's desk saying "I've has some darn good men but they refused a third term." FDR insists he's needed.

General

The Wheeling News

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1 boxPen and ink13 x 15

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Greaves. "A Busy President.", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

FDR hiding his book of "3rd Term Politics" behind book of "National Emergencies and U.S. Defense Problems."

General

The Wheeling News

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1 boxPen and ink13 x 15

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Greaves. "Business, Strictly Business.",, undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

FDR and Uncle Sam on tour of Defense plants but FDR cannot keep his eyes off "The Voting Public."

General

The Wheeling News

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1 boxPen and ink13 x 15

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Greaves. "Cutting In.",, undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

FDR wearing his "3rd Term" tuxedo, cuts in on Uncle Sam and Liberty who have been dancing.

General

The Wheeling News

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1 boxPen and ink13 x 15

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Greaves. "Modern Version.",, undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

FDR addressing the nation while he hides stick of "Dictatorship" behind his back.

General

The Wheeling News

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1 boxPen and ink13 x 15

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Greaves. "A Poor Foundation.",, 1940. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Democratic donkey atop 1940 Democratic "Platform" which is shoddily constructed on shaky foundation of "The Seven Year New Deal Record."

General

The Wheeling News

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1 boxPen and ink13 x 15

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Greaves. "A Disturbing Eyeful.",, 1940. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

FDR's "3rd Term Band Wagon" pulled up at John L. Lewis' (leader of C.I.O.) steps ready for him. Lewis decided to put his support behind FDR's challenger, Wendell Willkie in the 1940 campaign.

General

The Wheeling News

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1 boxPen and ink13 x 15

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Greaves. "Little Bo Peep Has Lost Her Sheep.",, undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

FDR as Little Bo Peep searching for sheep (Fellow Democrats) who have fled through hole in party fence made by falling tree of "Rooseveltism."

General

The Wheeling News

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1 boxPen and ink13 x 15

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Greaves. "Actions Speak Louder Than Words.", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Armoured FDR riding war steed shouting over radio microphone, "I Hate War!"

General

The Wheeling News

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1 boxPen and ink13 x 15

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2 boxes

Greene, Nelson. untitled, undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A man uses his cane to poke a fat man who is shouting "Deutschland uber allies! Down mit Wilson!"

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1 box13.75 x 18

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Greene, Nelson. "Out With Him!", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Thomas Watson, Georgian Democratic politican and writer, being thrown out of Georgia along with his slander sheets by figures of "honest citizen," classical figure of Georgia, the Church, and Uncle Sam. Refers to Watson's publishing of the ROMAN CATHOLIC HIERARCHY in 1910 which caused an uproar.

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1 boxPen and ink26 x 18.5

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Greene, Nelson. untitled,, 1911. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Rumpled, stout, and drunk gentleman rolls up to "Paying Teller" who holds slip in his fist and looks sternly at the man.

General

Puck January 10, 1911

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1 boxPen and ink with brown ink washes18 x 23.25

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Greene, Nelson. untitled, undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Prison cell scene with Tom Watson, Georgian Democratic politician and writer, arranging to have figure named Creen kill sleeping figure named Frank.

Physical Description

1 boxPen and ink with white tempera corrections, 22 3/4 x 18 1/222.75 x 18.5

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Greene. untitled, undated. 1 box.
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A small figure, Frank, is pulled into a cave by a large hand representing legal technicalities. Over the cave is written "All Hope Abandon Ye Who Enter Here." A man named Thaw and his millions wave to Frank.

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1 boxPen and ink with white tempera corrections, 20 1/2 x 27 1/220.5 x 27.5

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1 box

Griffin, Sidney B.. "Great American High Tariff Workhouse", undated. 1 box.
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A figure representing the Tin Plate Industry knocks on the door of the "Great American High Tariff Workhouse: 47 1/2 cents charity bestowed on every dollars worth produced." It refers to the McKinley Tariff of 1890, which created an American tinplate industry by high duty on foreign imports.

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1 box11.25 x 12.5

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1 box

Hammond, Ben F.. untitled, undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Adolph Hitler in a tank representing "Totalitarian Conquest" drives up to a detour caused by the Monroe Doctrine, sending him away from the Americas.

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1 box13.25 x 16.75

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Hammond, Ben F.. "Weekly Cartoon Review", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Four frame cartoon about rationing. Tires and sugar are scarce, but there are plenty of men registering for military service and defense bonds and stamps to purchase. The cartoon ends with "And remember - the faster we buy bonds and stamps the sooner we will again have all the other good things."

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1 box22.25 x 10

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1 box

Block, Herbert (1909-2001). "Haven't You Forgotten Something, Dear?", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A magic show. A man representing Congress has sawed a woman in half, and is leaving without putting her back together. One half is "neutrality" and the other is "legislation."

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1 box15 x 22

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Block, Herbert (1909-2001). "South for the Winter?", undated. 1 box.
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A large soldier representing the Nazi's stands on a map of Europe, facing England but looking back at the Mediterranean. Planes fly towards England and northern Africa is full of tanks.

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1 box15 x 22.25

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Block, Herbert (1909-2001). "They Asked for it and They are Going to Get It! - Knocking Them Right Out of the Picture", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Caricatures of Hitler and two other men are hit by a large fist representing the U.S.A. They see stars labeled troops, planes, tanks, ships, and guns.

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1 box13.75 x 18

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1 box

Hungerford, Cy (1889-1983). "What Next?",, 1940. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

England, Italy, Russia, Germany, and Uncle Sam are waiting to see what FDR will pull out of his "Democratic Convention (1940)" hat.

General

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

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1 boxPen and ink12 x 17

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Hungerford, Cy (1889-1983). "Politics is such a fascinating game!",, undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Uncle Sam absorbed in "Presidential Campaign Crossword Puzzle" sitting atop Hitler's smoldering "Blitzkrieg Volcano."

General

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

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1 boxPen and ink12 x 17

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Hungerford, Cy (1889-1983). "What a Business Man Can Do in a Few Weeks",, 1940. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

2 Panels-- 1) June 1940, FDR's Campaign Headquarter (New Deal Novelties) alone on street.

2) August 1940, Wendell Willkie (Republican Presidential candidate) has built up his Headquarters and has plans for additions.

General

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

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1 boxPen and ink12 x 17

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Hungerford, Cy (1889-1983). "Building a New Addition",, 1940. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Wendell Willkie (1940 Republican Presidential Candidate) challenging FDR to a debate as he constructs a platform atop his headquarters.

General

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

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1 boxPen and ink12 x 17

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Hungerford, Cy (1889-1983). "How the Old Place Has Changed",, 1940. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

"The Public" painting Willkie" (Wendell Willkie, 1940 Republican Presidential candidate) across campaign headquarters as "Ole Time Political Boss" looks on.

General

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

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1 boxPen and ink12 x 17

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Hungerford, Cy (1889-1983). "Regaining Consciousness",, 1940. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Delegate to 1940 Democratic National Convention in Chicago being rolled flat by FDR in his "Steamroller."

General

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

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1 boxPen and ink12 x 17

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Hungerford, Cy (1889-1983). "A Very Strange Performance",, 1940. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

FDR riding high above the Democratic donkey with its "Third Term Saddle" on the way to the "Chicago Track" (site of the 1940 Democratic National Convention.)

General

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

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1 boxPen and ink13.5 x 17.5

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1 box

Hutching, F. M.. untitled, 1893. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Two snakes emerge from a trunk of clothes and look at each other. A woman reads in the background.

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1 box12 x 13

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Hutching, F. M.. untitled, 1893. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A man carrying cases in the shape of a banjo and a rifle talks to another man who is seated on a bench.

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1 box13.5 x 14

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Hutching, F. M.. "Stephen B. Elkins Entering the Senate to Claim the Seat he has Bought by Liberal Contributions to Party Funds.", 1888-1890. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Stephen B. Elkins walks through the U.S. Senate with a certificate of election in one hand and a bag of money in the other. He walks by men with signs reading "Smith," "Jones Bonanza Senator," "Teller Senator on Cash Basis," and "Brice Senator by Grace of Boodle."

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1 boxPen and ink12 x 14

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2 boxes

Imbrie, Harold. untitled, undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Ladies and gentlemen in fancy clothes stand talking to each other, facing a door. Behind them, a blank sign hides two mice.

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1 box21.75 x 15

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Imbrie, Harold. untitled, undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A man and a woman on a ship's deck run into each other, both dropping a book, as the deck tilts.

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1 box14.75 x 21.5

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Imbrie, Harold. untitled, undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Theodore Roosevelt depicted as an older woman tries to sweep as a big gust of wind comes in through the window, knocking a picture sideways and blowing open a book.

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1 box10.75 x 14.75

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Imbrie, Harold. 'House Cleaning No. I President Theodore Roosevelt", 1911. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

President Theodore Roosevelt, depicted as a woman in dress and apron, sweeps hard enough to cause the dust to billow.

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1 box12.25 x 11.75

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Imbrie, Harold. "Home Cleaning No. II President Taft", 1911. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

President Taft, depicted as a maid with black dress and white apron, vacuums.

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1 box12.25 x 11.5

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Imbrie, Harold. "Halftime", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Depiction of a Princeton University football player in 1882 and 1912. The 1882 player is thin, smiles, and has no padding. The 1912 player is muscular, frowns, and has lots of padding.

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1 box14.75 x 11.5

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Imbrie, Harold. untitled, 1893 December 26. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A woman in a gown begins to climb a staircase in a dark room. A man with a candle looks down from higher up the staircase. A note on the cartoon: copy of picture by Charles Dana Gibson.

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1 box14.5 x 18.25

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Imbrie, Harold. untitled, undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Princeton football players are helped off the field by team mates or on stretchers.

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1 box11.25 x 14.25

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Imbrie, Harold. untitled, undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A young man and woman slide off a log they were sitting on as one end of the log rises up. A dog watches them.

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1 box15 x 10

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Imbrie, Harold. untitled, undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Princeton football. Almost all members of both teams are piled up trying to find the ball, which comes loose. A Princeton player tries to catch it.

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1 box14 x 11

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Imbrie, Harold. untitled, undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Princeton football. Four players on the opposing team hold onto a Princeton player, who has the ball, but they are unable to stop him from moving forward.

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1 box14 x 11.25

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Imbrie, Harold. untitled, undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A young man in a suit and bowtie.

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1 box11.25 x 14.25

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Imbrie, Harold. untitled, undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A woman in a fancy dress comes through curtains.

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1 box13.5 x 20

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Imbrie, Harold. "Opening Dance", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A young couple dance together at the Officers' Mess, Witchitaw Falls, Texas.

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1 box10.75 x 14.5

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Imbrie, Harold. untitled, 1893 September 17. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Sketches of several men and women. A note on the back indicates that they were drawn when the artist was 13 years old.

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1 box15 x 10

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Imbrie, Harold. untitled, undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Head and shoulders of a young woman. There is a sketch of a young man on the back.

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1 box11.25 x 14.25

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Imbrie, Harold. untitled, undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Head and shoulders of a young woman.

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1 box8 x 12

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Imbrie, Harold. untitled, undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A Princeton football player who is fat and has a bandage on his face.

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1 box11.25 x 14.25

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Imbrie, Harold. untitled, undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A man is hit from behind by a train or trolley car.

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1 box15 x 7.5

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Imbrie, Harold. "Camping", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Two men walk through the woods. One struggles with the weight of several bags and is tripping over a log. The other is carrying a canoe over his head, and the canoe is getting stuck in a tree.

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1 box14.25 x 21.25

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Imbrie, Harold. "The Debutante", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Men and women talk together or sit eating at a party.

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1 box15 x 7

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Imbrie, Harold. untitled, undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A man carrying paintbrushes and a palette answers the door to a man with his hat in his hands.

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1 box15 x 11.25

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Imbrie, Harold. untitled, undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A young woman in fancy clothes stands at a table holding several books, looking away from them.

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1 box11.25 x 14.25

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Imbrie, Harold. "Racing Term - A British on the Speedway", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A man leans down to brush the dirt off of his own shadow.

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1 box7.5 x 8

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Imbrie, Harold. untitled, undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Two men, one in a three piece suit with striped pants, the other with a coat that has fur on the cuffs and collar, a top hat, and cane.

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1 box7.25 x 9.75

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Imbrie, Harold. "Collecting Birds Eggs", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A man climbs onto the thin branch of a tree to try to reach a bird's nest, but his weight causes the branch to bend and an egg to fall from the nest. He also drops a book. The man has a hole in his shoe, and so possible represents Adlai Stevenson.

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1 box14.5 x 21.25

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Imbrie, Harold. untitled, undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A sporting event. A stout man is ordered to leave a bench by the usher to make room for a young couple carrying a Princeton flag. A young couple with a Yale flag sit next to him.

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1 box13.5 x 8.75

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Imbrie, Harold. untitled, undated. 1 box.
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Sketch of a young woman's face.

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1 box11 x 15

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Imbrie, Harold. untitled, undated. 1 box.
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Sketch of a seated young woman.

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1 box11 x 15

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Imbrie, Harold. "Have you any small vices?", undated. 1 box.
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A well-dressed customer in a hardware store asks the clerk behind the desk if he has any small vices. The clerk angrily replies "That's none of your business!"

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1 box14.75 x 20

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Imbrie, Harold. "Marathon Running", undated. 1 box.
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A runner in a striped shirt (possibly a Princeton University athlete) struggles up a hill, with two other struggling runners in the background.

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1 box14.25 x 21.25

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1 box

Johnson, Herbert (1878-1946). untitled, undated. 1 box.
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President Calvin Coolidge dancing with huge woman labeled "Heavy Presidential Responsibilities" and saying, "If you don't mind, I think I'll sit out the next one!" while prospective candidates gape on from right.

General

Saturday Evening Post, Philadelphia

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1 boxPen and ink21 5/8 x 17 3/8

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Johnson, Herbert (1878-1946). "The Big News",, undated. 1 box.
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Men in foreground reading frantically of an airplane crash while autos collide in background. Two of the accident prone drivers are conversing. One says, "Read about the airplane crash this morning?" The other answers, "Yes-they're not safe! Too many nuts driving 'em!"

General

Saturday Evening Post

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1 boxPen and ink21.5 x 17.5

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Johnson, Herbert (1878-1946). "He hasn't changed his attitude in 430 years, and he's held that pose for 430 years",, undated. 1 box.
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Fat, bearded symbol of the establishment seated at desk saying, "It can't be done!" with back turned to General Mitchell who holds a paper labeled "Future of Air Power." Figures of Columbus, Fulton, Morse, Cyrus, and Langley in background.

General

Saturday Evening Post

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1 boxPen and ink23 x 17.75

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Johnson, Herbert (1878-1946). "A Move in the Right Direction",, undated. 1 box.
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Hoover as farmer bringing calf labeled "Farm Problem" from dummy cow on left labeled "Political Panaceas & Promises" to cow on right labeled "Economic Realities."

General

Saturday Evening Post

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1 boxPen and ink20.5 x 19.75

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Johnson, Merle. untitled, undated. 1 box.
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A man, Knick, stands in the snow hitting animals wearing top hats that are emerging from a hole in a hill. The hill was the "Public Service Commission" but the public has been crossed out and replaced with "Private."

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1 box15 x 7

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Kemble, Edward Windsor. untitled, undated. 1 box.
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Caricatures of General Reed Smoot, Field Marshal Penrose, and Major "Pop" Gallinger.

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1 box12.75 x 13.25

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Kemble, Edward Windsor. "Smith and Hoover? by James C. Young", undated. 1 box.
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A large man glowers down at a small GOP Republican elephant, who says "Yes, boss."

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1 box11 x 15.25

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2 boxes

Keppler, Udo J. (1872-1956). untitled, undated. 1 box.
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William Jennings Bryan kneels in front of a safe labeled "The Presidency," holding a paper that reads "16 to 1 Populism, anti-imperialism, predatory wealth, and anti-everything." He holds a hand to his ear to ignore four men trying to get his attention about tariff reform: Underwood, Clark, Wilson, and Harmon."

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1 box19.25 x 12.25

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Keppler, Udo J. (1872-1956). "Where They Belong", 1888. 1 box.
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Three men (Gorman, Brice, and Smith, Jr.) sit in a cage hung out in front of the Democratic National Headquarters. A sign on the cage reads "Exposed here as a warning for all time - these traitors to democratic principles and satraps of trust and monopoly."

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1 box13 x 13.25

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Keppler, Udo J. (1872-1956). "Same Old Presents",, 1907 December 13. 1 box.
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Figure labeled "Miss Democracy" seated in bed looks aghast at a vast array of Christmas presents all bearing visage of William Jennings Bryan.

General

Black and white version on reverse.

Physical Description

1 boxHand-colored lithograph, 21 1/4 x 14 1/421.25 x 14.25

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Keppler, Udo J. (1872-1956). "Same Old Presents",, 1907 December 9. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Figure labeled "Miss Democracy" seated in bed looks aghast at a vast array of Christmas presents all bearing the visage of William Jennings Bryan.

General

"Puck," December 9, 1907.

Physical Description

1 boxPen and ink on scratchboard21.25 x 14.25

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Keppler, Udo J. (1872-1956). "Unclean, Unclean",, 1907 March 8. 1 box.
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A crowd of people run from a thin old man in rags labeled T.C.P., carrying a crutch representing the "State Republican Machine" and a bottle labeled "Express Co."

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1 box15 x 16.25

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Keppler, Udo J. (1872-1956). untitled, 1907 October 4. 1 box.
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Policeman labeled "Graft Tariff" halts a working class family about to cross the street to a woods labeled "Prosperity" where five fat men labeled "Beef Trust," "Coal Trust," "Steel Trust," "Clothing Trust," and "Lumber Trust" are reveling.

General

"Puck," October, 1907

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1 boxPen and ink on scratchboard19.25 x 12

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Keppler, Udo J. (1872-1956). "'Will you walk into my parlor?' said the spider to the fly.",, 1907 May 29. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Spider is labeled "interstate Commerce Commission" and the web is labeled "The Law". Fly is Averell Harriman.

General

"Puck", May 29, 1907

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1 boxPen and ink on scratchboard11.25 x 14.25

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Keppler, Udo J. (1872-1956). untitled, 1907 January 4. 1 box.
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Aladdin-like figure wearing hat of "Vested Interests" lounges on ottoman as genie figure labeled "the Reputable Press" presents news stories edited to his master's liking.

General

"Puck," January 4, 1907.

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1 boxPen and ink on scratchboard19.25 x 12.5

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Keppler, Udo J. (1872-1956). untitled, undated. 1 box.
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Aladdin-like figure wearing hat of "Vested Interests" lounges on an ottoman as the genie of "The Reputable Press" presents news stories edited to his master's liking.

General

Lithograph--black and white on one side, hand colored on the reverse with blue "X's" and "Kill" added from original,

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1 boxLithograph, 19 1/4 x 12 3/819.25 x 12.5

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Keppler, Udo J. (1872-1956). untitled, 1906 November 19. 1 box.
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Triumphal procession in which figures labeled Lodge, Foraker, Aldrich, and Shaw bear a container labeled "Dingley Tariff" and are led by figure with upraised arms identified as Cannon. Pious figures to the side are labeled "Trust, Infant Industries, and Protected Monopoly."

General

"Puck," November 19, 1906.

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1 boxPen and ink on scratchboard18 x 12.75

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Keppler, Udo J. (1872-1956). untitled, undated. 1 box.
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An older couple huddles in their bed, holding an umbrella to keep out the water from their leaking roof.

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1 box15 x 14.75

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Keppler, Udo J. (1872-1956). "They Know the Kind of Decoys to Use",, 1909 October 1. 1 box.
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Figures of hunters labeled "Public Service Corp." and "Political Boss" crouching in the foreground as decoys labeled "Respectable Candidates attract flocks labeled "Votes."

General

"Puck," October 1, 1909.

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1 boxPen and ink on scratchboard11.25 x 14.5

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Keppler, Udo J. (1872-1956). "Independence Day",, 1908 July 1. 1 box.
General

"Puck", July 1, 1908, Volume LXIII, Number 1635.

Scope and Contents

Scene of joyous celebration including speeches, flag waving, and fireworks all about to be crushed by the gigantic thumb labeled "Special Privileges."

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1 boxPen and ink on scratchboard13 x 20.5

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Keppler, Udo J. (1872-1956). "Independence Day",, 1908. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Scene of joyous celebration including speeches, flag waving, and fireworks all about to be crushed by the gigantic thumb labeled "Special Privileges." Black and white on reverse.

General

"Puck," July 1, 1908. Vol. LXIII, Number 1635.

Physical Description

1 boxHand-colored lithograph, 12 3/8 x 1912.5 x 19

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Keppler, Udo J. (1872-1956). "Narcissus",, 1908 January 20. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

William Jennings Bryan as the modern Narcissus gazing into a pool labeled "Democratic Sentiment."

General

"Puck," February 5, 1908, Volume LXIII, No. 1614.

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1 boxPen and ink on scratchboard11.25 x 14.25

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Keppler, Udo J. (1872-1956). "Bearers of Evil Tidings",, 1911 January 23. 1 box.
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Nero-like reclining figure labeled "protected Monopoly" looks out over valley of factories while slain figures symbolizing labor lie at his feet. They hold slips of paper titled, "No Orders Till Prices Come Down, Cancelled Orders, and Consumer Balks." Signed: "Kep with apologies."

General

"Puck," January 23, 1911.

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1 boxPen and ink on scratchboard19 1/2 x 12

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Keppler, Udo J. (1872-1956). "The Return of the Dove to the Ark", 1910 October 3. 1 box.
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The ark, labeled "Democratic Principles," is stuck on a mountain as the flood waters of "Republican Power" recede. The Democrat donkey flies to meet the ark, carrying a branch with represents Democratic victories, revolt against the tariff, and reduced Republican majorities. Many politicians on the ark reach out to the donkey, including Wilson, Shepard, Johnson, Harmon, Parker, Watterson, Haven, Core, Gaynor, Folk, Gray, Owen, Tillman, Clark, Mack, and Williams.

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1 box18 x 25

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Keppler, Udo J. (1872-1956). "To the American Soldier the Middle Road is Closed.",, 1911 May 24. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Gigantic Figure of prohibitionist blocking road labeled "Temperance" whereon lies a closed canteen. To either side are roads labeled "Teetotalism" and "Excess."

Physical Description

1 boxPen and ink on scratchboard17.5 x 17.75

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Keppler, Udo J. (1872-1956). "The White Slave",, 1911 January 21. 1 box.
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Figure labeled "Murphy" forces classically garbed lady labeled "N.Y. State Democracy" out onto the street.

General

"Puck," January 18, 1911.

Physical Description

1 boxPen and ink on scratchboard9.75 x 11

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Keppler, Udo J. (1872-1956). untitled, 1913 August 7. 1 box.
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Figures labeled "Labor" and "Railroads" bound together by cord of "Public Opinion" and trundled in cart labeled "arbitration" across tightrope over gorge. Cart is pushed by American Patriotic Figure whose tails are held by figure labeled "Seth Law."

General

"Puck," August 7, 1913.

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1 boxPen and ink on scratchboard11.25 x 14.25

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Keppler, Udo J. (1872-1956). "United States Protectorates", 1913 July 18. 1 box.
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Uncle Sam leaning on magnet labeled "United States Protectorates" which he directs towards Central and South American nations symbolized by peasants. Cuba and Panama are already attached to the magnet while Nicaragua and Costa Rica are in midair. Colombia, Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras cling desperately to palm trees while Mexico explodes in background.

General

"Puck", July 28, 1913.

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1 boxPen and ink on scratchboard22.5 x 14.25

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Keppler, Udo J. (1872-1956). untitled, undated. 1 box.
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A military surrender. Forces representing "Special Privilege" surrender to President Woodrow Wilson, Secretary of State William Jennings Bryan, and Representative Oscar W. Underwood. The Special Privilege lower flags labeled Railroad Rule, Lobbyism, Banking Trusts, Tariff Monopoly, and Food Adulteration.

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1 box20 x 12.5

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Keppler, Udo J. (1872-1956). untitled, undated. 1 box.
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President Woodrow Wilson is depicted as a doctor delivering the Tariff Reform and Currency Reform legislation "babies" at the 63rd Congress. Representative Underwood brings cribs for the babies and Uncle Sam waits outside the door as the expectant father.

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1 box20.25 x 12.75

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Keppler, Udo J. (1872-1956). "Benjamin Harrison 'Talking Through his Hat'",, 1892. 1 box.
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Benjamin Harrison talking through a beaver skin hat and blowing the top out of it.

General

Dated September 13, 1892, signed Keppler, Jr.

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1 boxPen and ink10.75 x 14

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Keppler, Udo J. (1872-1956). "Administration Problems", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

President Woodrow Wilson walks up a mountain representing "Administration Problems," carrying his Vice-President Thomas R. Marshall on his shoulders. Marshall waves a gavel and shouts through a megaphone labeled "four years' silence."

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1 box13.75 x 22.5

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Keppler, Udo J. (1872-1956). "The Pit and the Pendulum",, 1909 May 10. 1 box.
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Terrified man labeled "Consumer" is bound by cords labeled "Graft Tariff" to a rack at the bottom of a pit while a pendulum labeled "Cost of Living" swings closer and closer.

General

Dated: "Puck" May 10, 1909.

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1 boxPen and ink on scratchboard12 x 20

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Keppler, Udo J. (1872-1956). "The Charmer: Orpheus Bryan and the Democratic Beasts",, 1908 July 24. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

William Jennings Bryan as Orpheus strumming a lyre labeled "Harmony" attracting beasts labeled as contemporary political figures.

General

"Puck," August 5, 1908, volume LXIV, number 1640. Black and white version on reverse. Bryan was the Democratic Presidential Nominee versus Taft.

Physical Description

1 boxHand-colored lithograph, 21 1/4 x 14 1/821.25 x 14.25

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Keppler, Udo J. (1872-1956). "Pauline Revere", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A woman with a hat labeled "The West" rides a horse at a gallop and swings a bag labeled "Wilson."

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1 box14 x 16

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Keppler, Udo J. (1872-1956). "Speaker Reed, 'King' of the House, Receiving some Opposition from Representative Crisp on his Unprecedented Quorum Rulings.", 1894 April 9. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Representative Crisp as a judge hits Speaker Reed on the heat with a gavel labeled "Firmness," denting Reed's crown.

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1 box17.5 x 19.5

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Keppler, Udo J. (1872-1956). untitled, undated. 1 box.
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Democratic leaders Wilson, Underwood, Harmon, Bryan, and Clark as wise men and shepherds in the nativity story, following a star representing the "Tariff Issue."

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1 box24.25 x 16.75

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Keppler, Udo J. (1872-1956). "The Steel Car",, undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Skeleton figure with crown and scythe jumping off train labeled "Steel Car".

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1 boxPen and ink on scratchboard13 x 16

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1 box

Keys, Harry. "An Enlightening? Campaign",, undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Contestants sling mud at each other upon a stage labeled "Columbus Mayorality Campaign" while an unamused voter watches from the foreground.

General

"Out in the Cold World" on reverse.

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1 boxPen and ink19 x 23

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1 box

Kimble. "The Silly Season is Now On", 1907 June 29. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Images of sports and activities at a water resort.

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1 box12.5 x 16.25

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1 box

Kirby, Rollin (1875-1952). "The Fight of the Mahouts",, 1941. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Two figures labeled "Isolationist" and "Aid to Britain" fighting in basket atop GOP elephant.

General

February 3, 1941

Physical Description

1 boxBlack pencil, 11 1/2 x 14 1/211.5 x 14.5

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Kirby, Rollin (1875-1952). "Bryan Says Boo!", 1912 July 13. 1 box.
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Two men fight in an area labeled "Section 10 Press," with a poster for Woodrow Wilson's presidential campaign in the background.

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1 box19.5 x 18.5

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Kuhn, Chas. "It's Going to be a Long Chase", undated. 1 box.
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An old man representing the Democratic Legislature runs after a rabbit representing a balanced budget, sprinkling it with salt (representing the proposed sales tax).

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1 box11.25 x 15

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1 box

Kyle, Fergus. "Prefers Damage by Fire", undated. 1 box.
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President Gomez of Cuba is in a house on fire with rebellion. President Taft is depicted as a fire chief with a hose (intervention), and a member of his crew, representing Wall Street, is offering to turn on the water. The caption reads: "President Gomez - Please, Mr. Fireman, don't turn it on - I'm gettin' it out all right."

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1 box14.25 x 11.25

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3 boxes

Larimer. "News Item - The President Says He Will Not Attend the Convention", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

In the first frame, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt paces in a circle surrounded by phones and radios, question marks above his head. In the second frame, labeled "The Spirit of Roosevelt," he runs towards Chicago with a bag in each hand and a graduation hat on his head.

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1 box14.25 x 18

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Larimer. "Succor - Or Sucker?", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

President Franklin Delano Roosevelt as a fisherman, catching a large fish representing the American People. His bait is labeled "Artificial Bait Designed by the New Deal and Company - A Sucker is Born Every Minute." The lures he is using include Political Relief, Political Social Security, Political Farm Regulations, Political Propaganda, Political Wage-Hour Bills, and Political Strangulation of Business.

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1 box14 x 17.75

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Larimer. "Angels with Dirty Faces", 1940. 1 box.
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Several politicians, represented as angels, promise to keep the campaign clean while carrying brushes and bottles to smear each other. The politicians include Barkley, Michelson, Pepper, Minton, and Ickes.

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1 box14.25 x 18.25

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Larimer. "A Proud Parent Does a Bit of Broadcasting", undated. 1 box.
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A figure representing Indiana broadcasts praise of Wendell Lewis Willkie, his son, over the radio to the rest of the country, which agrees to support the "youngster" in the presidential race.

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1 box14.25 x 17.75

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Larimer. "What's Back of Lindbergh", 1940. 1 box.
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A figure representing "truth, wisdom, intelligence, calmness, candor, experience, courage, conscience and sincere love of country" tells Col. Charles A. Lindbergh that he deserves the respect of his country for his "sober opposition to war-hysteria and to meddling in foreign quarrels; patriotic advocacy of a thoroughly strong national defense for America."

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1 box14.5 x 18.25

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Larimer. "But the Coattails Don't Hide the Patches", 1940. 1 box.
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President Franklin Delano Roosevelt looking at the star of a third term. His coattails of "War Mongering" and "War Hysteria" fly up to reveal patches in his pants of the "New Deal's" record.

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1 box14.25 x 18

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Larimer. "Hooray! We Could Kill Two Birds with One Stone!", 1939. 1 box.
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Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Paul V. McNutt, depicted as birds on the tree of the Democratic Party, candidates for President and Vice President in 1940. A man representing the American People takes aim with his slingshot (the election), using the 1940 vote as his ammunition, to take out both of them.

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1 box15 x 18.5

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Larimer. "America's No. 1 Breaker of Resolutions", 1940. 1 box.
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President Franklin Delano Roosevelt uses taxpayer's money to light a cigar (representing proposed new spending sprees), producing a cloud of smoke representing the "most tremendous national debt in history." A figure representing American Taxpayers voices his discontent. He is wearing a barrel because he is so poor, surrounded by the cigar ends from other spending sprees. Roosevelt ignores a paper with his resolution not to smoke in his economic promises every year from 1933 through 1939.

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1 box14 x 17.75

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Larimer. "Signs of the Times", 1940. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A man representing Indiana looks at several billboards supporting Wendell L. Willkie as the Republican candidate for President in 1940.

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1 box14 x 17.5

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Larimer. "But Actions Speak Louder Than Words", 1940. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

President Franklin Delano Roosevelt tells "Auntie Democracy" that he doesn't want a third term, represented by an apple, but is licking his lips and the cores from 1932 and 1936 are on the ground.

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1 box14 x 17.5

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Larimer. "All Ready for the Big Show", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A ventriloquist's dummy sits amid drums and signs supporting Roosevelt for another four years. The caption reads "And it will start as soon as the big voice of "Edgar Bergen" Roosevelt arrives."

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1 box14.25 x 18.25

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Larimer. "So say we all!", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Hungry children with empty plates sit at a table "reserved for deserving citizens now on relief" while a man representing "New Deal Government at Washington" feeds the food to dogs under the table representing waste, extravagance, and vote purchasing. A cook representing the American People holds a heavy plate of food representing the increasing tax burdens and says "I wouldn't kick about the serving, if all the food were only consumed by the family it's intended for!"

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1 box13.5 x 17.5

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Larimer. "He Left Us a Great Heritage", 1940. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Memorial to Dr. Glenn Frank, with the gratitude of the nation.

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1 box14.5 x 18

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Larimer. "Safe at Third", 1940. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

President Franklin Delano Roosevelt as a baseball player, sitting safe on third base.

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1 box12.5 x 16

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Larimer. "Hitting the Line Hard and Gaining Yardage", 1940. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

The 1940 presidential race as a football game. President Franklin Delano Roosevelt is tackled by "The Big Seven-Year Line of New Deal Blundering" while Wendel Willkie runs with the ball ("American First" Principles) towards the "goal of Republican success in November."

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1 box14.5 x 17.75

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Larimer. "The Careless Fellow who Started a Prairie Fire", 1940. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

In the first frame, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt calmly rides a donkey representing the "New Deal Party" along the "Long, Long Seven-Year Trail of New Deal Blunders," carelessly throwing a lit cigarette butt representing his third term aspirations into the "dry grass of America's sacred ideals and traditions." In the second frame, the prairie is on fire with the nation's no third term sentiment, and the donkey runs in fear, dragging Roosevelt behind him.

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1 box14.75 x 18

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Larimer. "Ferdinand the Bull", 1938 December 23. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

"The New Deal Government at Washington" is depicted as Ferdinand the Bull, happy sitting under a tree representing "huge spending sprees and waste" and looking forward to the 1940 election.

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1 box14 x 17.75

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Larimer. "Another One Soon to End His Consecutive Game Record", 1939. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

President Franklin Delano Roosevelt depicted as a baseball player before the 1940 presidential election. He keeps swinging at and missing the ball, representing the depression, because his bat (The New Deal) has a big hole in it from wasteful spending, meddling in business, and "crazy policies." The Republican elephant watches, laughing, while the Democrat donkey watches in tears.

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1 box15 x 18.5

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Larimer. "But the Spirit Plane Still Flies On", 1937. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Memorial for Amelia Earhart. Her name is written in the history book of aviation as her plane flies through the clouds.

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1 box14.25 x 17

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1 box

Latham, O'Neill (American illustrator, contemporary). untitled, undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A girl shows her doll to a woman, while a boy plays with a toy train on the floor.

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1 box13.75 x 19

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Latham, O'Neill (American illustrator, contemporary). untitled, 1902 March 18. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A wealthy girl turns up her nose at a poor girl, who is carrying a baby on her back.

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1 box20 x 14.75

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Latham, O'Neill (American illustrator, contemporary). untitled, 1902 March 20. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A young girl kneels to pray, while behind her a woman guides a younger girl towards an empty chair.

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1 box21.75 x 15.25

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1 box

Learned, A.. untitled, undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A woman sings before an audience. All that is visible of the audience is the back of their fancy hats.

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1 box13.75 x 9.5

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1 box

Levering, Albert (1869-1929). "To the Elevator", 1904 July 27. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Characters from novels, including Alice in Wonderland and the lion and scarecrow from the Wizard of Oz, run for an elevator.

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1 box22.25 x 5.75

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1 box

Lewis, Ross A. (Ross Aubrey) (1902-1977). "Fuel for a Fireside Chat", 1935. 1 box.
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A fireplace at the White House, the logs filled with questions that President Franklin Delano Roosevelt has not answered during his "fireside chats," radio addresses to the nation. The questions are: Why a third term? What is "Aid short of war"? How about unemployment? How do we pay for everything? Where is your foreign policy taking us?

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1 box13.25 x 16.5

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Lewis, Ross A. (Ross Aubrey) (1902-1977). "Slacker!", undated. 1 box.
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Uncle Sam accuses an idle factory machine, representing "partly idle industry," of slacking.

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1 box11 x 13.75

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Lewis, Ross A. (Ross Aubrey) (1902-1977). "The Shape of Things to Come", undated. 1 box.
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A man and woman read a sign that there will be "no more rubber for girdles or suspenders." She has a thicker waist because she has no girdle and he has his pants tied up with rope.

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1 box13.75 x 11

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Lewis, Ross A. (Ross Aubrey) (1902-1977). "He's Supposed to Guard the Chicken-Coop!", undated. 1 box.
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The Treasury, represented as a chicken coop, is robbed by the man who is supposed to be protecting it. He gets $10,000 per year for each Congressman in a "pension grab."

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1 box11 x 13.75

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Lewis, Ross A. (Ross Aubrey) (1902-1977). "In the Back!", undated. 1 box.
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Uncle Sam is stabbed in the back by traitorous acts of Nazi paid Americans.

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1 box10.75 x 13.75

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Lewis, Ross A. (Ross Aubrey) (1902-1977). untitled, 1935. 1 box.
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A woman, representing "the hopefuls," cuddles up to a man representing the presidential nomination for 1940.

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1 box13.25 x 16.25

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Lewis, Ross A. (Ross Aubrey) (1902-1977). "Here They Come, Noah!", 1935. 1 box.
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The "Good Ark G.O.P." has been built by the Republicans for the predicted flood of anti-New Deal votes. Three pairs of animals come running to get on the ark: Roosevelt Republicans, professional political job hunters, and bolting Democrats.

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1 box14 x 19

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Lewis, Ross A. (Ross Aubrey) (1902-1977). "Ditching the Dishes for a Date?", 1935. 1 box.
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Congress, depicted as a woman washing dishes representing the Logan-Walter Bill and the Wagner Law Revision, is tempted away from her work by a man with flowers, representing the Fall Campaign.

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1 box13.25 x 16.25

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Lewis, Ross A. (Ross Aubrey) (1902-1977). "Gold Filled Black Jack", 1935. 1 box.
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An "off-the-reservation Congressman" is hit by the administration with a large bag representing the "use of WPA Billions in elections."

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1 box14 x 19

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Lewis, Ross A. (Ross Aubrey) (1902-1977). "?", 1935. 1 box.
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The GOP elephant is confused as it is ordered to travel in two different directions by men representing conservative Republicans and liberal Republicans.

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1 box19 x 14.25

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Lewis, Ross A. (Ross Aubrey) (1902-1977). "Got to Grease 'er Up Good for Election Year", 1935. 1 box.
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President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, depicted as a car mechanic, works on a car representing the New Deal machine. He pumps it full of oil, representing "$975,000,000 WPA funds which FDR wants to spend at his discretion."

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1 box19 x 14.25

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Lewis, Ross A. (Ross Aubrey) (1902-1977). "The Great Divide", 1935. 1 box.
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The Republican elephant is split in half, with the front half supporting Willkie and the back half, representing GOP Congressmen, running away.

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1 box19 x 14.25

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Lewis, Ross A. (Ross Aubrey) (1902-1977). "Counting Chickens Before They're Hatched", 1935. 1 box.
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Two men, representing the "political profits," count unhatched eggs in a barn. One of the eggs, Maine, has hatched a baby Republican elephant.

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1 box19 x 14.25

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Little, Tom (1898-1972). "Mammy!", undated. 1 box.
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John L. Lewis and the Republican elephant reach towards each other. Both have clothes pins on their noses.

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1 box18.25 x 19.5

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Little, Tom (1898-1972). "Now Let's Get Going", undated. 1 box.
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The Republican elephant and Democrat donkey are both hitched to a wagon representing the Nation's welfare.

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1 box18 x 19.25

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Little, Tom (1898-1972). "Democratic National Convention, 1940", undated. 1 box.
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Caricature of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, smoking a cigarette.

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1 box18 x 19.25

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Little, Tom (1898-1972). "In a Smoke-Filled Room", undated. 1 box.
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The Republican elephant sits, afraid, at a table for the old guard in a smoke-filled room.

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1 box18.25 x 19.25

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Little, Tom (1898-1972). "All Right, Wendell, You Asked For It!", undated. 1 box.
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Presidential race as a boxing match. President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, as "The Champ," enters to ring to fight Republican candidate Wendell Willkie.

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1 box17.75 x 19

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Little, Tom (1898-1972). "End of Round One", undated. 1 box.
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Presidential race as a boxing match. Republican candidate Wendell Willkie is on the ground, knocked out, after round one.

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1 box18 x 19.75

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Loring, Paul E.. "No Appeasement!", 1940 December 30. 1 box.
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A Nazi soldier, representing Hitlerism, stands in a burning Europe with a body on the ground. From the United States, the arm of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt points at him accusingly.

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1 box13 x 13

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Loring, Paul E.. "Wings Over the Atlantic", 1941 January 7. 1 box.
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An eagle, representing the United States, carries the President's message and a ship representing aid to Britain over the Atlantic.

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1 box13 x 13

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Loring, Paul E.. 'And you stay on the job too!", 1941 June 17. 1 box.
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A man representing Congress, examining his Adjournment Plans, is called back to work by a man representing workers implementing defence production plans.

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1 box13 x 13

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Loring, Paul E.. "Can They Compose Their Differences?", 1940 December 31. 1 box.
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Two men composing music on the same piano, backs to each other. One is writing a piece entitled "ASCAP" (the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers) and the other "BMI" (Broadcast Music, Inc.). Both of them are performing rights organizations.

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1 box13 x 13

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Loring, Paul E.. "It will arise and haunt him", 1940 July 19. 1 box.
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President Franklin Delano Roosevelt at a grave at night, carrying a shovel and pick ax, is surprised by a ghostly question mark representing the "Third Term Tradition."

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1 box13 x 13

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Luzzatto. "You can't do this to me - I'm from the National Geographic!", undated. 1 box.
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Three African tribesmen with spears carry a white man from National Geographic tied to a pole.

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1 box13.5 x 10.25

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Luzzatto. "He's at that Stark Realism of His Again.", undated. 1 box.
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A man writes on a typewriter, wearing only his boxer shorts and sitting on a box of beans. Two women talk in the doorway to the room, commenting that he is working on stark realism.

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1 box9.75 x 11

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Macauley, C. R. (Charles Raymond), 1871-1934. untitled, undated. 1 box.
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President Woodrow Wilson golfing, hitting the ball over the obstacles of the Mexican situation, Wall Street opposition, and the Senate and landing it on the green (prosperity).

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1 box10 x 14

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1 box

Manning, Reg (1905-1986). "The Race is Only Begun", undated. 1 box.
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Figures representing Japan and the United States run a hurdles race. The hurdles start short and get taller for Japan, with the expanding power of the U.S. The hurdles start tall and get shorter for U.S., starting with the need to build the war machine and cross the ocean and ending with the expended strength of Japan. Japan is confident of winning but does not see that his hurdles will get taller at the end of the race.

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1 box11 x 15.25

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Manning, Reg (1905-1986). "But Making It Stick is Something Else", undated. 1 box.
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Hitler is trying to paste Nazi wallpaper on the ceiling, standing on scaffolding representing the Northern, Central, and Southern fronts. However, it is not sticking well on Leningrad, Moscow, Crimea, or the conquered countries.

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1 box11.25 x 15.25

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Manning, Reg (1905-1986). "Salute!", 1940 August 5. 1 box.
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Several Democratic politicians thumb their noses at a statue of Thomas Jefferson, the father of the Democratic Party. The politicians include Hopkins, Ickey, Perkins, Wallace, Boss Kelly, Boss hague, and "Chi" Supt. of Sewers Garry.

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1 box11 x 15.25

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Manning, Reg (1905-1986). "Oh! So He's Decided to Run After All!", 1940 October 24. 1 box.
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1940 presidential race as a football game. President Franklin Delano Roosevelt is the quarterback, with a front line made up of Wally and the hatchet men. Republican candidate Wendell Willkie breaks through the line and chases Roosevelt, who yells that he needs to go inspect his defenses.

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1 box11 x 15

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Manning, Reg (1905-1986). "Pincer Movement", 1940 November 29. 1 box.
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A large figure representing Italy tries to catch a tiny figure representing Greece in a pair of pliers, but Greece is able to grab the ends and catch Italy instead.

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1 box11 x 15

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Manning, Reg (1905-1986). "Pony Boy", 1940 September 18. 1 box.
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Uncle Sam as a pony express rider, coming to the 1940 election station where he can change horses. He is riding a tired horse (Roosevelt and the New Deal), and a fresh horse (Willkie administration) is waiting. A man, Ickey, cautions Uncle Sam not to change to an inexperienced horse as there are dangerous years ahead.

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1 box11 x 15

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Marasco. "The Great Sphinx", undated. 1 box.
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Two men, representing the Republican and Democrat parties, ride to meet President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, depicted as the Egyptian Sphinx, to ask the riddle about if he intends to run for a third term.

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1 box10.75 x 13.25

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Marasco. "Daisies Won't Tell", undated. 1 box.
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A woman, representing a third term for President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, pulls the petals off a daisy chanting "he loves me, he loves me not" to determine if he will run a third time.

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1 box10.75 x 11.75

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Martin. "Quenching His Thirst with a Slow Poison", undated. 1 box.
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A large soldier with a bloody sword representing Japan drinks from a bottle of poison labeled "Manila Temporary Gains." The skeletal figure of death watches him.

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1 box14.25 x 15.25

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Martin. "The Hot Potato", undated. 1 box.
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An old man, representing 1940, passes on the world to a startled baby representing 1941. 1940 is bandaged and his robe is full of bullet holes. The world has gun barrels pointing all around it.

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1 box13.75 x 14.5

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Martin. "Stepping into His Shoes?", undated. 1 box.
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Hitler puts on the "boot" of Italy, telling a bandaged Mussolini "If you can't fill 'em no more - I can."

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1 box13.75 x 14.25

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Martin. "A Changed Man", undated. 1 box.
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A tiny, battered Mussolini stands before Hitler, who says "My! How you have shrunk since the last time we met!! What's happened to you?"

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1 box15 x 15.25

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Martin. "Bombardment of Hope", undated. 1 box.
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A woman representing France is crushed under a Nazi boot in field of bones. Planes drop pieces of paper announcing that "The Yanks are Coming," causing her to smile.

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1 box15 x 15.25

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Maxwell, Gee Tee. "Looks Like The Old Bird Means Business!", dates not examined. 1 box.
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The American Eagle orders a vulture representing pro-Nazi activities to leave the United States.

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1 box11 x 11.75

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Maxwell, Gee Tee. "Better Not Invite Anyone to a Fish Dinner Just Yet!", undated. 1 box.
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The Democrat donkey fishes in a lake representing the campaign using a pole of New Deal hopes. However, he has hooked a frog of opposition to a third term instead.

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1 box11 x 11.75

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Maxwell, Gee Tee. "Speaking of Nourishing Diets!", undated. 1 box.
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The GOP Republican elephant eats a hearty meal at the campaign table made up of Vital Issues from Willkie's Coffeyville Address and drinks a cup of coffee "pep." With that energy, he says "Bring on your donkey! - Bring on a couple of donkeys!!"

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1 box11 x 11.75

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Maxwell, Gee Tee. "Binding the Wounds", undated. 1 box.
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The Italy boot, with Nazi spurs. The wounds from Italian reverses in Greece and Africa are bound with a bandage of Nazi victories.

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1 box11 x 11.75

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Maxwell, Gee Tee. "There can be no division on this issue!", undated. 1 box.
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The Republican elephant and Democrat donkey walk behind Uncle Sam. He carries the platforms of both parties, both of which include adequate national defense.

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1 box11 x 11.75

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Maxwell, Gee Tee. "We've Really Got Our Dander Up Now!", undated. 1 box.
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An angry Uncle Sam, holding a rifle representing the war effort, strangles a rat representing Japan next to a cemetery with the fallen heroes of Bataan and Corregidor.

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1 box12 x 13.5

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Maxwell, Gee Tee. "Christmas Seals Will Help Seal His Fate", 1941 November 25. 1 box.
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The Grim Reaper, representing the Tuberculosis Toll in Delaware, urges people not to by Christmas Seals for his sake.

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1 box11.5 x 12.75

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Maxwell, Gee Tee. "Speaking of Holding Companies", undated. 1 box.
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President Franklin Delano Roosevelt is tied to a chair representing the Presidency for a third term by New Dealers and Ickes.

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1 box11 x 11.5

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Maxwell, Gee Tee. "Here's Hoping You Land Him, Charlie!", undated. 1 box.
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Charles W. Hardesty of Delaware fishes in a lake of Works Relief Funds for a fish of $10,000,000 or more for his state.

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1 box17 x 20

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McCalip. "Mistah Cram, Ah Needs Gin!!!!!!!", undated. 1 box.
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Caricature of an African American man in a suit and top hat, asking for gin.

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1 box15.5 x 22.5

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2 boxes

McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949. "W.W., The Word Wizard", 1916 September 26. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

President Woodrow Wilson hypnotises Uncle Sam to make him believe that the Mexican policy is working, that arbitration only applies some of the time, and that military preparations are adequate.

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1 box14.75 x 17

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McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949. "Ex-Gov. Cox Calls on the President", 1921 January 27. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

President Woodrow Wilson talks with former governor Cox about the nice day and the White House. The conversation gets tense when Cox asks about unemployment in Washington, which Wilson says is a touchy subject.

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1 box14.5 x 16.75

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McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949. "A Coalition Cabinet Big Energy for the National Crisis", 1917 June 17. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

President Woodrow Wilson seated at a long table with 10 men. The heads of the men are replaced by numbers.

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1 box14.25 x 8.75

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McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949. "To Mexico, England, Germany, France, Ireland or Patagonia", 1916 November 4. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

President Woodrow Wilson writes a generic letter to several countries (Mexico, England, Germany, France, Ireland, or Patagonia) condemning them for "rudeness" and promising a slap on the wrist if it does not stop. He also writes not to take the note too seriously, unless he changes his mind.

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1 box13.75 x 19

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McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949. "Delivering the Burden in the Solemn Referendum", 1920. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

Uncle Sam arrives at the White House, leading a bandaged Democrat donkey which is carrying the unconscious figures of the Wilson Administration and the Wilson League.

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1 box14.75 x 17.75

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McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949. "Stampeded", 1920 June 30. 1 box.
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The Democrat donkey runs from Wilson enthusiasm, looking behind and not seeing the barbed wire of foreign entanglements in front of him. These entanglements are the result of following the Wilson League way.

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1 box14.25 x 15.25

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McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949. "Office Seekers Waiting to be Invited", 1913 March 7. 1 box.
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Two long rows of men wait to be called by President Woodrow Wilson to serve in his administration.

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1 box14.25 x 15.5

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McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949. "Mr. Wilson predicts that he will go to bed at 9 oclock election night.", 1912 November 1. 1 box.
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In the first frame, Woodrow Wilson tells the publicity bureau that he will be going to bed at nine o'clock election night. The New Jersey State House, shaped like an octopus, is in the background. In the second frame, Wilson's staff has been buried by the Roosevelt Landslide and Wilson is carried off to a hospital bed.

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1 box14 x 17

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McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949. "The man who votes for Wilson will be asked to forget and forgive.", 1912 July 31. 1 box.
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Six frames of school scenes with a progressively older student. In each, Woodrow Wilson is the teacher or professor, disciplining the student.

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1 box14.25 x 22.5

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McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949. "His First Year's Report", 1914. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

President Woodrow Wilson as a school boy with his first report card. He got an "E" in all subjects: tariff, currency, income tax, civil service, appointments, suffrage, canal tolls, foreign affairs, tact, industry, deportment, and motives.

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1 box7 x 5

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McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949. "Cartoon of the Day: The Star Battery in Action and A Welcome as Warm as The Texas Sun", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

In the first frame, Woodrow Wilson, as a baseball player, is at bat against pitcher Theodore Roosevelt. Roosevelt gets strike one while Wilson declares he will disregard him. In the second frame, "modest heroes home from the border" are hugged by a woman representing Chicago.

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1 box14.25 x 19.25

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McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949. "The name of Taft was not cheered during the first four days but when he was nominated, there was some labored cheering.", undated. 1 box.
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A crowd of men, delegates from several states, raise a hand to cheer Taft, but all are frowning, a few check their watches, and one is asleep.

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1 box14.25 x 17.5

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McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949. "Watchful Waiting", undated. 1 box.
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The G.O.P. Republican Convention. In frame one, Democrats (Wilson, McAdoo, Palmer, Edwards, and Cox) wait outside the convention hall. In frame two, delegates within the convention wait outside the platform committee room. And in frame three, the candidates (including Theodore Roosevelt) and the general public wait outside the convention hall.

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1 box14.25 x 20

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McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949. "Presidential Messages", 1913 April 9. 1 box.
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In the "old style method" the presidential message is read by a clerk and Congress is sparsely attended and no one is paying attention. In the "modern Wilsonian method" Wilson delivers his own message, Congress is full and everyone pays attention.

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1 box7.25 x 9

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McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949. "Shocking!", undated. 1 box.
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President Woodrow Wilson, leaving a room full of "southern Democrats in government jobs," exclaims "How shocking! The Republicans are raising the issue of sectionalism!"

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1 box14.25 x 15.75

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McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949. "Lecturing in the Opry Houses", undated. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

A man lectures to a full house at the opera.

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1 box20 x 15

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McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949. "President Wilson Hopes Peace will not be Declared before November", 1916 June 5. 1 box.
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President Woodrow Wilson looks at two fortresses representing the Republican Convention and Progressive Convention.

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1 box14.25 x 19

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McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949. "In, the spring, a young man's fancy lightly turns to thoughts of love", 1916 June 14. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

President Woodrow Wilson calls the convention to order over the phone. The Democrat donkey offers flowers to the Bull Moose Progressive Party. The Republican elephant sees this angrily.

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1 box14.25 x 18

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McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949. untitled, 1916 June 11. 1 box.
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Justice Hughes leaves the Supreme Court to run for President. Images of many prominent previous Republican presidential candidates with beards are along the top. In the corner, Theodore Roosevelt promises Uncle Sam that he will not run on a third party ticket.

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1 box22.5 x 14.75

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McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949. "How the President can Help Protect, not only the Mexican border, but the whole country", 1916 May 10. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

President Woodrow Wilson calls the Texas, Arizona, and New Mexico militia to rise and defend themselves along the Mexican border. Uncle Sam tries to draw Wilson's attention to the Democratic Congress, which is reaching into the pork barrel behind the President's back while ignoring and stepping on preparedness measures. Wilson's style is depicted as "the harsh word and the small stick."

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1 box14.25 x 18

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McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949. "Today", 1916 April 19. 1 box.
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President Woodrow Wilson shouts across the Atlantic to stop Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany from attacking Great Britain with a U-Boat submarine, and consequently American commerce interests, in the name of humanity. Behind him is "5 Years of Mexican Chaos and Inhumanity." Figures representing bandits and revolutionists sit on a pile of rubble which is crushing both Americans and the Mexican people.

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1 box14.25 x 22.5

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McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949. "The State Presents its Case", 1916 April 20. 1 box.
Scope and Contents

President Woodrow Wilson depicted as the State's Attorney argues a case before Congress (the judge). Uncle Sam is the plaintiff and Germany is the defendant. Germany is charged with 65 counts of assualt with a deadly weapon. A submarine sits on the table next to the figure representing Germany.

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1 box14.25 x 19.75

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McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949. "Will They Collide or Stop at the Shrine", 1916 April 21. 1 box.
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President Woodrow Wilson (on a horse, with a flag reading "Humanity in God We Trust") and Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany (in a car representing German Submarine Methods and a flag reading "Self Preservation Gott Mit Umns") race towards each other on a road labeled war, heading for a collision. They are approaching an intersection with a road labeled peace. Christ, on the cross, is at the intersection.

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1 box14.5 x 21

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McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949. "What Will He Do?", 1916 March 29. 1 box.
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President Woodrow Wilson looks across the Atlantic, holding a stick of unpreparedness and a notice that American lives must not be jeopardized in the war zone by German submarines. He sees a ship with American's on board pull into a harbor in the war zone, facing mines, submarines, and fighting figures representing the blockade.

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1 box14.25 x 16.5

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McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949. "The Watchful Waiting Policy", 1914. 1 box.
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In the first frame, Asquith, the Prime Minister of Great Britain, is attacked by the army aristocracy and a lion. President Woodrow Wilson comments that he should have pursued a policy of watchful waiting rather than ordering the troops into Ulster. In the second frame, Pancho Villa rests after chasing the federal army from Torreon. Wilson comments that he should follow up on his advantage rather than adopting a policy of watchful waiting.

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1 box14.5 x 18.25

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McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949. "Watchfully Waiting", 1914 March 20. 1 box.
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Pancho Villa, on a stage behind the curtain for a production of the Battle of Torreon. His audience, made up of world leaders, is impatient for him to begin but he tells them to wait. At the same time, a Mexican general raises funds from Mexican millionaires to aid the president.

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1 box14.5 x 20.5

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McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949. "School Won't be Out Till Fall", 1914 April 14. 1 box.
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President Woodrow Wilson as a school teacher. He tells his students, the Senate and the House, that they have worked hard for a year and can have a vacation as soon as they pass the anti-trust bills. Their hopes for vacation are dashed and they complain that they will be there all summer.

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1 box14.25 x 14.75

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McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949. "Dr. Wilson", 1916 August 24. 1 box.
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President Woodrow Wilson as a doctor performing surgery, cutting a man representing the principle of arbitration in half. Wilson explains to a shocked Uncle Sam that he thinks 50% of arbitration is enough and that the operation pleases the children, who represent the labor vote.

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1 box15 x 19.5

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McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949. "When American Prestige Began to Slump", 1916 October 3. 1 box.
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President Woodrow Wilson gives repeated orders to Mexican general and president Huerta, which are ignored, that Huerta should not run for president, that the Congress was elected illegally, that he should salute the American flag he insulted, and that cargo of arms and ammunition on the ship Ypiranga must not be landed. The orders are watched by the leaders of England, France, Germany, and Japan, who are initially alarmed but fear no consequences by the end.

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1 box14.25 x 20

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McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949. "Mr. Wilson's Plan of Cleaning Up the Mexican Situation", 1916 July 9. 1 box.
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President Woodrow Wilson sweeps a dog representing Mexican disorder under a bed with a lot of trash. The dog comes back out with several puppies. Wilson tries to be kind to them but is bitten by the mother and chases them back under the bed.

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1 box22.5 x 12.75

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McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949. "Latest Communique from the West Bank of the Mississippi", 1916 June 16. 1 box.
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Scenes of Woodrow Wilson: getting a donkey to do tricks, his suprise at receiving the Democratic nomination for president, and receiving a "teacher of the world" medal from Senator Ollie James.

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1 box22.5 x 12.5

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McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949. "The Day's News from Different Points of View", 1916 August 1. 1 box.
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Three frames of different people reading the same newspaper. Woodrow Wilson is unhappy to see an article on Hughes acceptance speech of the Republican nomination, as Hughes criticized Wilson's Mexico policy and there has been more death on the border. The Kaiser is unhappy because the articles are all about German loses. And an unidentified man enjoys the weather section, finding the news to be much more interesting than usual.

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1 box13.75 x 17

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McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949. "Some Educational Movies that Mr. Hughes Might Use", 1916 August 9. 1 box.
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Titles and scenes from three "movies" that show the failures of President Woodrow Wilson: American Prosperity is credited to the war rather than Wilson, Huerta and the Kaiser are credited with keeping the U.S. out of the war rather than Wilson, and the unresolved unrest in Mexico.

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1 box15 x 17

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McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949. "If he had backed through that first obstruction, he would have avoided all the others.", 1916 October 30. 1 box.
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President Woodrow Wilson's directing of the country is depicted as a train that keeps running into obstacles as he tries to take the easiest and safest way. The obstacles include the wheat shortage, rail strike threat, allies' blacklist, Villa, strict accountability, German submarine crisis no. 1, British mails seizers, Ypirange arms shipment, flag salute, and Huerta defiance.

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1 box13.75 x 20

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McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949. "She's responsible for them all", 1916 October 16. 1 box.
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President Woodrow Wilson as the old woman who lived in a shoe, with many fighting children representing America's problems: submarine crisis, the Lusitania, British blacklist, Mexican conditions, flag salute fiasco, U.S. mails interference, unpreparedness conditions, and the Japanese crisis. An image above asks which symbol do you prefer: the Eagle ("first be sure you're right and then go ahead") or the crawfish (first be sure you write and then go ahead and write some more"). And image below shows that the Underwood Tariff hurt American industry but the war traffic has stimulated it, and wages have gone up since the war began but the purchasing power of the dollar has shrunk.

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1 box14 x 18.25

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McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949. "In the Hands of the Jury. Is he Pro or Anti-draught?", 1917 June 28. 1 box.
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President Woodrow Wilson is in the jury box, deciding if beer will be prohibited or not. Uncle Sam waits for his decision, nervous.

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1 box14 x 20

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McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949. "Seeing the Wilson Party from a camouflaged observation post", undated. 1 box.
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When President Woodrow Wilson and his party are in the public eye, they are gentlemen in a carriage greeting the crowd. When unobserved, the party is riding military guns.

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1 box13.75 x 20

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McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949. "Italian Opera", 1919 April 23. 1 box.
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Woodrow Wilson tries to coax a performer, representing Italy, onto the stage as the audience gets angry, saying that the whole world is waiting. But Italy, encouraged by Lloyd George, will not until he gets what he wants.

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1 box14.5 x 17

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McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949. "In the Footsteps of Washington", 1920 February 20. 1 box.
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A set of large footprints move in the direction of no entangling alliances for the United States. President Woodrow Wilson walks in the opposite directions of the tracks with legislation for Article X and entangling alliances under his arm.

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1 box12.5 x 15.5

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McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949. "Can You Blame Him for Wanting Reservations?", 1920 March 16. 1 box.
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President Woodrow Wilson tries to get Uncles Sam to sign a contract for the League of Nations. Uncle Sam is hesitant, noting that the U.S. furnishes all the assets and Europe all the liabilities. Newspapers on the floor indicate that there is trouble in Germany, the Balkans, and Asia Minor.

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1 box14.5 x 18.25

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McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949. "The Italian Crisis", 1919 April 26. 1 box.
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Woodrow Wilson insists that Italy must not have Fiume. In response, crowds in Italy destroy the "Via President Wilson" and cheer on a speaker denouncing him.

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1 box14.5 x 18.75

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1 box

McKee, Donald. "Why Dempsey and Wills?", 1925 July 18. 1 box.
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William Jennings Bryan boxes with a monkey before a huge crowd of spectators. The cartoon refers to Bryan's attacks on evolution.

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1 box17 x 14

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1 box

Messner. "Circumscribed", undated. 1 box.
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A large hand, representing taxpayers, draws a line around a shocked small man representing a budget building, with an appropriations bill under his arm, and orders him to stay within the line. The line represents income.

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1 box11 x 14.25

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Miller, Ted. "I Never T'ot Little Oceans Ever Got Dis Rough!!!", undated. 1 box.
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Mussolini jumps out of a warship about to be swamped by a wave representing Greece.

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1 box10 x 14

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Miller, Ted. "The Cleanup Man", undated. 1 box.
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German troops have run over a woman representing France in a tank and are driving off. Mussolini stands over her with a bloody sword.

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1 box10 x 13.75

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Mortison, Lou. "Our Inspector Inspects our Munitions Plant", undated. 1 box.
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President Franklin Delano Roosevelt speeds through Connecticut on the "Third-Term Special" train, using a telescope to see the area.

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1 box19.75 x 24.75

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Mortison, Lou. "Connecticut Welcomes the Man it Nominated", undated. 1 box.
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Wendell Willkie rides triumphantly on the GOP Republican elephant, with Governor Baldwin leading him.

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1 box20 x 24.75

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Mortison, Lou. "Even If He Jumps All The Way Over He'll Land in a Hole", undated. 1 box.
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A man, W.B.Y., tries to jump over barrels representing years for a $2,100,000 Bond Issue (1942-1953), but at the end of the barrels is a hole representing deferred payments.

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1 box24.75 x 20

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1 box

Munson, Walt. "Now that the smiling mask of diplomatic friendship has been removed, it is our job to corner and exterminate the rat!", undated. 1 box.
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Uncle Sam removes a smiling mask to reveal a rat, representing Japan wanting war. U.S. warships with "Remember Hawaii" on their guns invade.

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1 box11 x 14

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Munson, Walt. "Behind Schedule", 1941 January 3. 1 box.
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Several scenes related to the production of navy ships being behind schedules. Men in the navy try to encourage workers to do their share.

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1 box11 x 14

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Munson, Walt. "With a Gift of Security to the Children in America", 1940 October 23. 1 box.
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Santa Claus, with a bag of National Defense instead of toys, fills the stockings of the Air Force with a plane, Army with a soldier, and Navy with a boat. Also visible in his bag are men representing the draft, reserves, and national guard.

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1 box11 x 14

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Munson, Walt. "On Our Own War Front", undated. 1 box.
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Various scenes relating sporting events to the war.

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1 box14 x 17.25

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Murphy, John. "On Which Will You Embark?", undated. 1 box.
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Two boats are at the dock of "8 long years," ready to cross the lake of "present crisis" to arrive at "peace and prosperity." One boat is a power boat in good condition named "Super Special" and piloted by Wendell Willkie. The other is a leaking rowboat named "New Deal" piloted by Franklin Delano Roosevelt.

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1 box9.75 x 10.5

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Murphy, John. "No Third Term-ites Wanted!", undated. 1 box.
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Two columns of the White House have been damaged by the first and second term. A third column is the "last remaining guarantee of American Democracy." A man uses "G.O.P. Life-Saver Spray" to kill New Deal "bugs" heading for the third column.

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1 box9.75 x 12.25

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Nankivell, Frank A. (Frank Arthur), 1869-1959. untitled, undated. 1 box.
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Uncle Sam contemplating problem on chalkboard that looks as follows: T.R. (Teddy Roosevelt) + ME = I, I + Presidency = X, X = ?.

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1 boxPen and ink with white tempera, 15 3/4 x 1115.75 x 11

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Nankivell, Frank A. (Frank Arthur), 1869-1959. untitled, undated. 1 box.
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A man in a top hat.

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1 box6.5 x 13.75

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untitled, dates not examined. 1 item.
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A man leaves a U.S. ship that has arrived in another country (the flag includes the British flag) with a bag of money in each hand.

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1 item

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Nankivell, Frank A. (Frank Arthur), 1869-1959. "Fairbanks", undated. 1 box.
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A man holding a bouquet looks at a boy sitting in a field next to similar flowers.

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1 box9 x 12.75

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Nankivell, Frank A. (Frank Arthur), 1869-1959. untitled, undated. 1 box.
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A man sits at a desk, writing with a quill pen.

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1 box11.75 x 14.25

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Nankivell, Frank A. (Frank Arthur), 1869-1959. untitled, undated. 1 box.
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A man seated, wearing a laurel wreath, holding a scroll in one hand and a book in the other.

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1 box10.25 x 17

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Nankivell, Frank A. (Frank Arthur), 1869-1959. untitled, undated. 1 box.
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A man, R.R.

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1 box10 x 13.25

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Nankivell, Frank A. (Frank Arthur), 1869-1959. "Chas M. Schwab Erected by a Grateful People", undated. 1 box.
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Statue of Charles Schwab at the crossroads of four streets named for him.

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1 box8 x 14.75

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Nankivell, Frank A. (Frank Arthur), 1869-1959. "One Czar who Never Called Peace Congress", 1899 May 5. 1 box.
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A fat man with a gavel.

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1 box10 x 18.75

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Nankivell, Frank A. (Frank Arthur), 1869-1959. untitled, 1908 April 15. 1 box.
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Beautiful young woman and a crowned gentleman greeting money bag on table. The bag is labeled "Papa's money." On back: Three ladies walking on a street.

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1 boxPen and ink20 x 17

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Nankivell, Frank A. (Frank Arthur), 1869-1959. untitled, 1912 March 22. 1 box.
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Several men dressed as villains with rapiers, waiting for innocent Miss Democracy as she comes down the stairs. The men are Wilson, Harmon, Dix, Gaynor, Clark, Underwood, and Bryan.

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1 box23.5 x 18.5

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Nankivell, Frank A. (Frank Arthur), 1869-1959. untitled, 1904. 1 box.
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Side one: Well-to-do family scene on tennis court. Side two: In a locker room, a man rubs "Esopus Oil" on the leg of another man. In the background is a "$40,000,000 Safe and Sane".

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1 boxTwo-sided: pen and ink, lithograph, 17 1/2 x 20 3/417.75 x 20.25

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Nankivell, Frank A. (Frank Arthur), 1869-1959. untitled, 1903 October 1. 1 box.
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"Puck," October 1, 1903

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Old couple, man fat, wife lean, he is bringing dessert in, she graciously refuses.

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1 boxPen and ink20.5 x 16.75

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Nankivell, Frank A. (Frank Arthur), 1869-1959. untitled, undated. 1 box.
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A man holds a bag labeled "Paper Trust."

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1 box10.75 x 15.75

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Nankivell, Frank A. (Frank Arthur), 1869-1959. "Puck Convention Number", 1908 May 27. 1 box.
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Cleveland being brought in over city by a stork.

General

"Puck," May 27, 1908

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1 boxPen and ink21 x 27

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Nankivell, Frank A. (Frank Arthur), 1869-1959. untitled, 1904. 1 box.
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Confrontation of two gentlemen in front hall of great house.

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1 boxPen and ink30 x 20.5

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Nankivell, Frank A. (Frank Arthur), 1869-1959. untitled, undated. 1 box.
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A confused man in a suit stands among the stumps of several trees, counting on his fingers. In the background, anther man looks out the window of his log cabin.

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1 box10 x 15

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Nankivell, Frank A. (Frank Arthur), 1869-1959. untitled, undated. 1 box.
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A man shovels coal and laughs.

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1 box10 x 12

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Nankivell, Frank A. (Frank Arthur), 1869-1959. "The Delaware Peach",, undated. 1 box.
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Judge George Gray of Delaware as ripe peach suspended over basket, presumably referring to some political nomination in the wind.

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1 boxPen and ink11.5 x 16.75

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Nankivell, Frank A. (Frank Arthur), 1869-1959. "Cleveland and Bayard",, undated. 1 box.
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Cleveland and Bayard battering "Republican Wall" with the ram of "Sound Democratic Principles."

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1 boxPen and ink10 x 15.75

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Nankivell, Frank A. (Frank Arthur), 1869-1959. "Donts or How To Be a Gentleman and a Governor", undated. 1 box.
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