Print shows the Duke of Bedford, the Earl of Bute, and Lord Holland portrayed as a fox, with the Devil behind him, seated at a table. Lord Holland writes in a ledger labeled "Unacd Millions". Title from item. C... more
Print shows opposing groups of government officials; Chevalier D'Eon, portrayed as an ape, vomits on Lord Bute who stands before other members of the Duke of Grafton's ministry and astride the Earl of Hillsboro... more
Imprint 2.; Election by ballot.; On verso: S; Jan 2, 1770. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; ... more
Ford 1759.; Evans 13426.; Oliver, Peter.; Stamped on verso: Mss Division.; On verso: Ac. 373. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in S... more
Cartoon shows Mrs. Mary Anne Clarke, wearing the Duke of York's military cloak, extending it to cover a crowd of miniature soldiers, civilians and clergymen clustering around her with outstretched arms; Mr. Wad... more
Political broadside urging the people to vote for Joseph Hiester instead of William Findlay.; 1160 C 2 4 F 44.; Rec. R. B. May 1944.; On verso: 1160C2 4F44. Available also through the Library of Congress web s... more
Description: U.S. Reports Volume 30; Peters Volume 5; January Term, 1831; James Sheppard and others, Appellants vs. Lemuel Taylor and others, Appellees
Description: U.S. Reports Volume 30; Peters Volume 5; January Term, 1831; Bernard G. Farrar and Joseph C. Brown, Plaintiffs in Error vs. the United States
Description: U.S. Reports Volume 31; Peters Volume 6; January Term, 1832; John Conard, Marshal of the Eastern District of Pennsylvania - The United States, Plaintiffs in Error v. the Pacific Insurance Company o... more
Print shows President Jackson, sword in hand, during a nightmare, fighting a hydra with many fierce heads labeled "U.S. Bank", "Deposits", "Bribery", "Pensions", "[...] of the People", and "Corruption of the [.... more
Description: U.S. Reports Volume 32; Peters Volume 7; January Term, 1833; Lessee of Edward Livingston and others v. John Moore and others, The
Description: U.S. Reports Volume 32; Peters Volume 7; January Term, 1833; Abner L.Duncan's Heirs and Representatives, Plaintiffs in Error v. the United States
Reference copy may be in LOT 4406 (1836). This record contains unverified, old data from caption card. Caption card tracings: Liberty; Pres. Contests; Politics, Corr.; Eagle (Amer.); Shelf.
Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 232, Folder 2.
Description: U.S. Reports Volume 58; Howard Volume 17; December Term, 1854; Peter J. Burchell, Appellant, v. Stewart C. Marsh, Alexander Frear, and William Arbuckle
Caricature showing man on donkey carrying baby, bags "taxation, aldermanic jobs, bribery and corruption", and sign "Fernando Wood", etc. Illus. in: Harper's weekly, 1861, p. 104.
Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 236, Folder 30.
Illustration shows at center and under heading "'We Propose' (When things blow over) When?" William M. Tweed standing, holding a paper labeled "Political Economy by Boss Tweed", and in his shadow John T. Hoffma... more
Illustration shows William "Boss" Tweed and members of his ring, Peter B. Sweeny, Richard B. Connolly, and A. Oakey Hall, weathering a violent storm on a ledge with the picked-over remains of New York City. Tit... more
Political cartoon. Woodcut by Smart, copyrighted by Thomas A. Davies. Reference copy may be in SSF (Gr) - Corruption (In politics) 1872. This record contains unverified, old data from caption card. Caption card... more
Financiers and politicians, on large train, crushing American working men; skeleton hovering above. Illus. in: Frank Leslie's budget of fun, 1873 April, no. 181, pp. 8-9.
Illustration related to the story "Louisiana and the rule of terror. A female figure of Justice swinging sword of Law into ranks of White Men's League, who are standing on body of African American man. Illus. i... more
Cartoon showing statue of Andrew Jackson sitting on hog atop tomb, "To the victors belong the spoils--A. Jackson". Illus. in: Harper's weekly, 1877 April 28, p. 325.
Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. 2 duplicate copies Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 128, Folder 53b. Copy scanned: 1
Title devised by cataloger. No accession number. This catalog record contains preliminary or unverified data from a project done in BRS software, ca. 1985. mm / 860224.
Print shows William H. Vanderbilt, Jay Gould, Russell Sage and James R. Keene checking ticker tape connected to a large straight-edge razor labeled "Wade in & Butcher'em" and "This Indicator Rises & Falls with ... more
Print shows Thomas L. James, Postmaster General, full-length portrait, standing, facing left, among papers emblazoned with stars, littering the floor, holding a stamp labeled "Indicment" [sic] in his right hand... more
Print shows a vignette cartoon with a carriage at center in which Jay Gould, Russell Sage, Cyrus W. Field, and William H. Vanderbilt are riding with large money bags, the wheels are labeled "Corporations" and "... more
Print shows newspaper editors Charles A. Dana, James G. Bennett, Carl Schurz, Henry Watterson, George W. Curtis, and Whitelaw Reid, as well as Puck, with a fleet of paper gunboats labeled "N.Y. Times, N.Y. Sun,... more
Print shows members of the 47th Congress carrying on their shoulders large money bags labeled "Surplus $150,000,000" and "Appropriations", and a sign that states "No large appropriations for the Navy whilst Rob... more
Print shows Jay Gould, William H. Vanderbilt, Cyrus Field, Russell Sage, and John Roach riding in a carriage past a crowd of laborers labeled "Knights of Labor" and "Pittsburg Free Strikers" who are watching a ... more
Print shows a ship labeled "Wrecked Corporation" and "Insurance Co. Bankrupt" that has wrecked on rocks with a darkened lighthouse labeled "Trust" and "Justice" nearby; its light has been snuffed by "Judge" and... more
Illustration shows Robert G. Ingersoll, attorney in the Star Route trials, pumping Montfort C. Rerdell, depicted as a pump, for more "Evidence" as Thomas J. Brady and Stephen W. Dorsey stand in the "Prisoners B... more
Print shows the interior of the "N.Y. Sun Editorial Rooms" where "Political Scandals [are] Promptly Attended to", also "Post Mortem Scandals Especially Desired", with elderly editor Charles A. Dana sitting at a... more
Illustration shows a procession carrying an embalmed James G. Blaine to place among other embalmed Republicans in an Egyptian tomb; among those previously embalmed are Thomas C. Platt, Stephen W. Dorsey, Thomas... more
Illustration shows Whitelaw Reid, as a bishop, absolving James G. Blaine, who is kneeling on a long list of scandals, at a confessional labeled "Tribune Sanctum". Includes a statement published in the "N.Y. Tri... more
Illustration shows Puck's Independent Party figure sitting on the left next to Puck beneath a sign that states "Independent Road to the White House"; at center, Almon M. Clapp, with a cashbox labeled "Republica... more
Illustration shows James G. Blaine standing before starving miners outside the entrance to the "Hocking Valley Mines", he is holding a paper that states "Blaine's $25,000 share in 'Hocking Valley' Ohio" and on ... more
Illustration shows James G. Blaine as the "plumed knight" wearing cabbage leaves on his head with two plumes labeled "Brag" and "Bluster", and with a quill pen labeled "Gail Hamilton"; he holds a sword labeled ... more
Illustration shows Russell Sage, Jay Gould, and Cyrus W. Field as the Three Musketeers standing on Wall Street with their swords raised in support of James G. Blaine as the Republican presidential candidate; Sa... more
Illustration shows James G. Blaine dressed as a knight, the plumes of his helmet labeled "Speakership Record, Mulligan Letters, [and] Credit Mobilier", he holds papers labeled "Aggressive Cash Campaign", and re... more
Illustration shows Ulysses S. Grant as a king sitting on a throne, surrounded by his courtiers, identified as Rev. J.P. Newman, Henry Ward Beecher, Roscoe Conkling, Jay Gould, George W. Childs, William Belknap,... more