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Set to between Old Hickory and Bully Nick

A Democratic voter

The would-be mayor preparing to quell a riot

Triumphal procession of the eagle and other birds, at the April election 1837

Going the whole hog

Major Joe Bunker's last parade, or the fix of a senator and his 700 independents

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

The three mares/mayors, New York course, spring races, 1838

Sub treasurers meeting in England

June bugs squirting

The forty thieves or the common scoundrels of New-York

Democratic simplicity or the arrival of our favourite son

Mike Walsh. The people's champion and leader of the yound or progressive democracy, nominated by the Democratic Party in Tammany Hall and elected to the New York legislature in Nov. 1846 / J. Penniman, 1847 ; lith. of G. Snyder 122 Fulton St. N.Y.

Naturalization of foreigners, scene in Tammany Hall / drawn from life.

The banks on a "bust"

The ball at Tammany Hall, New York, on January 8, 1860, in commemoration of the anniversary of the battle of New Orleans

... At a special meeting of the Democratic republican general committee, of the City of New York, held at Tammany Hall, on Friday evening, April 26th, 1861, the following proceedings were had ... [New York 1861].

Interior of Tammany Hall, New York--the Democratic convention in session / From photographs by Rockwood and sketches by Theodore R. Davis.

Tammany Society, or Columbian Order. Founded in 1789. Tammany Hall, New York, June 15, 1870. Dear Sir: The Tammany Society ... will, as is its yearly custom, celebrate the coming Fourth of July ... [New York, 1870].

The President of the United States and his Cabinet for 1872(?) / Th. Nast.

[Cartoon relating to Republican defeat of Tammany Hall candidates in 1875 elections: "Tammany's Waterloo" trumpeting elephant standing on crushed remnants of "Reformed Tammany Hall"] / Th. Nast.

Why we reform

Tweed-le-dee and Tilden-dum / Th. Nast.

The passing of Bourke Cockran

Unwelcome passengers / J.A. Wales.

John Kelly galvanizes the corpse of Tammany / F. Graetz.

["Tammany Hall is going to the inauguration." News. They can't help themselves]

Tammany "workers" at the polls in Pell Street, New York - the beginning of a free fight / W.A. Rogers.

Tammany Hall, 14th Street, New York (City)

"Tammany is great and Croker gets the profit" / Keppler.

Willing to be hitched

The defense

Bad news from the front

Tammany Hall & 14th St. West

Interior view of Tammany Hall, decorated for the National Convention July 4th 1868

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Union! strength!! victory!!! Past grievances to be buried in exertions for the future. Baltimore platform founded on granite ... Tammany society, or, Columbian order. Tammany Hall, New York, June 14th, 1852 Sir ... The Society of Tammany ... bel

Union! strength!! victory!!! Past grievances to be buried in exertions for the future. Baltimore platform founded on granite ... Tammany society, or, Columbian order. Tammany Hall, New York, June 14th, 1852 Sir ... The Society of Tammany ... bel

Address and resolutions of the American institute. At a meeting of the "American Institute of the City of New-York, held at Tammany Hall on the 11th of March 1828, the committee appointed for that purpose, submitted the following address to the

Address and resolutions of the American institute. At a meeting of the "American Institute of the City of New-York, held at Tammany Hall on the 11th of March 1828, the committee appointed for that purpose, submitted the following address to the

Address and resolutions of the American institute. At a meeting of the "American Institute of the City of New-York, held at Tammany Hall on the 11th of March 1828, the committee appointed for that purpose, submitted the following address to the

"All the world's a stage" Grand jubilee in commemoration of the birth-day of the immortal William Shakspeare, "The bard of Avon." being for the benefit of Andrew Jackson Allen the oldest native actor to take place at Tammany Hall on Monday eveni

"All the world's a stage" Grand jubilee in commemoration of the birth-day of the immortal William Shakspeare, "The bard of Avon." being for the benefit of Andrew Jackson Allen the oldest native actor to take place at Tammany Hall on Monday eveni

Tammany Hall to Andrew Jackson, January 8, 1829

Tammany Hall to Andrew Jackson, January 8, 1829

Southern district. Senatorial convention. At a convention of delegates from the several counties in the Southern District of the State of New-York, held at Tammany-Hall, in the City of New-York, on Wednesday the 31st day of March 1819. Gen. Jaco

Southern district. Senatorial convention. At a convention of delegates from the several counties in the Southern District of the State of New-York, held at Tammany-Hall, in the City of New-York, on Wednesday the 31st day of March 1819. Gen. Jaco

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