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James Madison to Martin Van Buren, February 21, 1828.

Martin Van Buren to Andrew Jackson, January 2, 1830

Democratic celebration of the third Congressional district. Regular toasts. [13 toasts including toasts to Andrew Jackson, President of the U. S. Martin Van Buren, Vice-president, Pennsylvania and Henry A. Muhlenberg,] [n. p. 183- ].

Andrew Jackson to Martin Van Buren, June 2, 1831

.00001 the value of a unit with four cyphers going before it

Troubled treasures

The experiment in full operation

The grand national caravan moving east. / drawn by Hassan Straightshanks, under the immediate Superintendence of Maj. Jack Downing.

"This is the house that Jack built . . ."

"The government." No. 1, [Eye] take the responsibility

Hiram King to Martin Van Buren, December 24, 1834

The political barbecue

Martin Van Buren Papers: Series 3, Additional Correspondence, 1811-1853; Originals; 1835

Hon. Martin Van Buren, Vice President of the United States

James Madison to Martin Van Buren, February 18, 1835.

Grand match between the Kinderhook poney and the Ohio ploughman

Democratic ticket. Going the whole hog

[Political cartoon showing Webster, Harrison, White, and Van Buren riding hogs; below is Democratic ticket of Van Buren and Johnson and Ohio Electors - 1836]

Jinnoowine [i.e. "genuine"] Johnson ticket. "Carrying the war into Africa"

General Jackson slaying the many headed monster

On the way to Araby!

Set-to between the champion old tip & the swell Dutcheman of Kinderhook -- 1836

James Madison to Martin Van Buren, February, 1836.

All fours-important state of the game-the knave about to be lost

Settin' on a rail

A dialogue between two well known characters

Uncle Sam sick with la grippe

6 cents. Humbug glory bank

Going the whole hog

Fifty cents. Shin plaster

Old Jack in the last agony and the fox caught in a rat trap

New edition of MacBeth. Bank-oh's! Ghost

Illustrations of the adventures of the renowned Don Quixote & his doughty squire Sancho Panza

Treasury note

Whig bazaar

Sub-treasury system, or Office holders elysium

Machines for the new pay-tent office

A peep into futurity, or a picture of 1841

Sub treasurers taking long steps, or The magician broke down

"Sober second thought"

Disturbing a martin's nest

Martin Van Buren, President of the United States from life & on stone by Chas. Fenderich Washn. City ; printed by P.S. Duval, Philada

Martin Van Buren, President of the United States from life & on stone by Chas. Fenderich Washn. City ; printed by P.S. Duval, Philada

A hard road to hoe! Or, the White House Turnpike, macadamized by the north benders

Matty's perilous situation up Salt River

Going up Salt River

An interesting family

Loco Foco and nulification nuptials

Granny Harrison delivering the country of the executive Federalist

The North Bend farmer and his visitors

Cutting down the hickory tree and disturbing the crow's nest

Rats quitting the ship

The little magician's sleight of hand performance. An absquabulating shew, by Von Kinder & Co. But Old Tippecanoe, will soon make it "No go"

Matty's dream

The trap sprung! The kinderhook fox caught!

Democratic simplicity or the arrival of our favourite son

All the West going for Matty

The almighty lever

[Former President Martin Van Buren, half-length portrait, facing right]

The 'destiny' of the United States in the hands of Martin Van Buren! and the friends of the British government rejoice. St. Albans [Vt.] The Messenger Extra. August 27, 1840.

The ship of state on a lee shore, experienced hands coming to her rescue

Black C.C. or the three Judas's

Martin Van Buren Papers: Series 3, Additional Correspondence, 1811-1853; Originals; 1841

Martin Van Buren Papers: Series 3, Additional Correspondence, 1811-1853; Originals; 1843

The mountain in labor

Sale of dogs

Political cock fighters

Polk & Co. Going up Salt River

Sold for want of use

Cleansing the Augean stable

The little magician invoked

The two bridges

Martin Van Buren, 8th President of the United States

The little magician & the modern witch of Endor

The telegraphic candidates

The fox hunt

Fording Salt River

Patent balancing by an amateur

The buffalo hunt

The candidate of many parties. A phrenological examination to ascertain what his political principles are

Smoking him out

Shooting the Christmas turkey

Barn-burners in a fix

Martin Van Buren, ex-pres of U.S

Martin Van Buren, ex-pres of U.S.

Presidents of the United States, [Bouclet & Feusier portraits of the Presidents].

Miscellaneous Martin Van Buren

Martin Van Buren

A democratic indignation meeting / after a sketch by our special artist in Elysium ; Keppler.

A rainy day / A.C. Van Buren.

Martin Van Buren

Martin Van Buren

Williams' shaving soap The leader through 20 administrations.

Martin Van Buren

Martin Van Buren Papers: Series 7, Miscellany, 1814-1910; Corrected galley proof of the index to the Calendar of the Martin Van Buren Papers (1910)

M.M. Van Buren & Archbold Van Buren, Mrs. Van Buren, Mrs. C.J. Post, Mrs. J.H. Flagg

Sarah Angelia Van Buren, daughter-in-law of Pres. Van Buren, [inaugural dress], 9/3/[24]

Martin Van Buren, residence in Kinderhook, New York. To rear of house

Martin Van Buren, residence in Kinderhook, New York. Entrance detail

Martin Van Buren, residence in Kinderhook, New York. General view from southwest

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