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Topic: custom house

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Loco Foco persecution, or custom house, versus caricatures

Loco Foco persecution, or custom house, versus caricatures

A satire on the publisher's own troubles with the Democratic establishment in New York. In his print shop Henry R. Robinson is confronted by an unidentified man (center, arms crossed) who says, "I am determined... more

[Government building ("Custom House and Post Office"), Bath, Maine. Roof, floor, vault, sill, etc. details]

[Government building ("Custom House and Post Office"), Bath, Maine. Ro...

Drawing includes details of vault door and iron window shutters.

Palmetto-tree, and old custom-house, at Charleston, South Carolina

Palmetto-tree, and old custom-house, at Charleston, South Carolina

Groups of people gathered near a palmetto tree in front of the old customs house in Charleston, South Carolina.

Paying United States pensioners at the Pension Office in the New York Custom-House / sketched by A.R. Waud.

Paying United States pensioners at the Pension Office in the New York ...

Pensioners, some disabled, waiting in line to receive pensions.

[Page of advertisements including three original photoprints of public buildings in Philadelphia: Custom House and Post Office, Philadelphia Exchange, and United States Mint]

[Page of advertisements including three original photoprints of public...

Photos (possibly stereo halves) are ad for "James Cremer, photographer, and publisher of American scenery for the stereoscope, ... Philadelphia"

Design for U.S. Custom House and Post Office, Philadelphia, PA.
Temp. Custom House, Main Exh. Bldg

Temp. Custom House, Main Exh. Bldg

Checking, moving and unpacking large crates. Wood engraved scene of the preparation of Phila. Centennial Expo.

Chinese immigrants at the San Francisco custom-house / P. Frenzeny.

Chinese immigrants at the San Francisco custom-house / P. Frenzeny.

Customs officers inspecting belongings of Chinese immigrants as others enter the room from ship; with insert of Chinese on wagon.

The custom-house code of morals under our beautiful tariff system / F. Opper.

The custom-house code of morals under our beautiful tariff system / F....

Illustration shows a vignette cartoon with William Dorsheimer seated at center in the "Office of the U.S. District Attorney and Editorial Rooms of the New York Star" where he receives a letter from "Daniel Mann... more

False weights and measures in the New York custom-house / Gillam.

False weights and measures in the New York custom-house / Gillam.

Illustration shows Customs official Edward L. Hedden holding a balance scale labeled "H.O. Thompson's Pat. Scales" with a man wearing a pin-stripe suit, holding a bottle of "Rum", and with papers extending from... more

The custom house ordeal / Keppler.

The custom house ordeal / Keppler.

Illustration shows a merchant labeled "Dealer in Protected Goods" standing in a customhouse, with a whip which forms the words "Protective Tariff Bought from Congress"; a paper labeled "Bribe" extends from his ... more

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