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Instead of intervening in Cuba and South America, why not ship the revolutions to Coney Island and let us all get some fun out of them? Two performances daily, with the original casts and costumes / CH [monogram].

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Instead of intervening in Cuba and South America, why not ship the revolutions to Coney Island and let us all get some fun out of them? Two performances daily, with the original casts and costumes / CH [monogram].

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Illustration shows a ship at a loading dock in Cuba or South America where they are shipping their revolutions, with scenery, military equipment, and personnel, to Coney Island. There is organization and composure in the boarding of the ship as revolutionaries and soldiers await their turns.
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Illus. in: Puck, v. 60, no. 1544 (1906 October 3), centerfold.
Copyright 1906 by Keppler & Schwarzmann.

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01/01/1906
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Hassmann, Carl, 1869-1933, artist
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