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College fun, or quizzing the proctor

College fun, or quizzing the proctor

Print shows a young student, at the instigation of two older students standing nearby, pinning a notice "From all Vain Glory and Hypocracy [sic], Good Lord Deliver us" onto the back of a rotund proctor who is r... More

The friend of humanity and the knife-grinder,-scene. The borough, in imitation of Mr. Southey's sapphics,-Vide. Anti-Jacobin, p. 15

The friend of humanity and the knife-grinder,-scene. The borough, in i...

George Tierney and a knife-grinder pushing his wheelbarrow in front of an ale-house. Forms part of : British Cartoon Prints Collection (Library of Congress).

New morality; or The promis'd installment of the high-priest of the Theophilanthropes, with the homage of Leviathan and his suite / Js. Gillray, inv. & fect.

New morality; or The promis'd installment of the high-priest of the Th...

Print shows French politician and Theophilanthropist Louis Marie la Révellière-Lépaux standing on a three-legged stool perched upon a stone dais reading Religion de la N[ature] to surrounding caricatures of peo... More

[Portly man walking with arms outstretched]

[Portly man walking with arms outstretched]

Illustration shows a depiction of the Japanese saying "the person who fills the Great Way," which refers to a person of great virtue who has nothing to hide, although it shows a corrupt man who carries money in... More

The wealthy sabbatarian fanatic / C.J. Taylor.

The wealthy sabbatarian fanatic / C.J. Taylor.

Print shows a vignette cartoon depicting a man who firmly believes in observing the Sabbath, as he tells his friends, surrounded by vignettes where he insists that his Sunday newspaper be delivered earlier, tha... More

The inconsistency of the protectionist believer / Dalrymple.

The inconsistency of the protectionist believer / Dalrymple.

Print shows a wealthy businessman with his family boarding a steamer "to Europe", a porter carries their single bag of luggage. When the family returns home, at the end of their summer shopping spree, the busin... More

Freedom's latest convert / Keppler.

Freedom's latest convert / Keppler.

Print shows William II, German Emperor, with wings made from swords and handguns, and holding a sword labeled "Absolutism", standing on a cliff with other "Pillars of My Throne" identified as a soldier labeled ... More

Our "civilized" heathen / Ehrhart.

Our "civilized" heathen / Ehrhart.

Print shows a vignette cartoon with Uncle Sam at center placing money in a box labeled "To Save the Heathen of Foreign Lands", while around him are vignettes showing pigeon shooting, cockfighting, boxing, a tur... More

[Inconsolable]

[Inconsolable]

Title continues: ... I'll tell you the truth, Jane, I was glad to hear of his engagement, and yet I do believe it helped to make me ill ... what hats are they wearing this fall, Jane? Image blemish on digital f... More

Social hypocrisies, and the painful scenes they save us from / F. Opper.

Social hypocrisies, and the painful scenes they save us from / F. Oppe...

Print shows a vignette cartoon showing men and women in various social situations where politeness overrides one's actual emotional response, maintaining decorum and preventing a social disaster. Title from ite... More

"Charity begins at home" / Dalrymple.

"Charity begins at home" / Dalrymple.

Print shows Uncle Sam standing on an island labeled "Philippines" at an open gate labeled "Open to All Nations on Equal Terms"; he is welcoming an international crowd to enter through the gate. A female figure ... More

Where would we be? / K.

Where would we be? / K.

Print shows Henry Cabot Lodge labeled "A.D. 1620" cowering before a Native who is about to hit him with a club around which a paper is wrapped that states "An Act to Prevent the Country from being Overrun by Fo... More

The mote in our neighbor's eye / J.S. Pughe.

The mote in our neighbor's eye / J.S. Pughe.

Print shows at center, Uncle Sam as a policeman attempting to stop a bullfight, calling it a "brutal and degrading sport"; vignettes surrounding the main image show a "Six Day Bicycle Race" with exhausted rider... More

A skeleton of his own / Keppler.

A skeleton of his own / Keppler.

Illustration shows Uncle Sam holding a paper labeled "Protest against Russian Outrage"; he is standing with his back to a slightly open door revealing a skeleton labeled "Lynchings" and holding a handgun and ro... More

"Business is business" / Ehrhart.

"Business is business" / Ehrhart.

Illustration shows two cameo scenes separated by a telegraph pole labeled "Western Union"; on the left is a civic meeting claiming that "We must uphold our Public Morals and Civic Decency" where seated on a sta... More

Simply to this cross I cling / Keppler.

Simply to this cross I cling / Keppler.

Illustration shows John D. Rockefeller clinging to a cross-shaped statue labeled "Clerical Apologist for Standard Oil" that may be Chauncey M. Depew standing on a rock labeled "Hypocrisy" in rough seas labeled ... More

I have left no stone unturned, for peace -- Kaiser to Krupp workmen

I have left no stone unturned, for peace -- Kaiser to Krupp workmen

Gift; Mrs. Peter Grant; 1940; (DLC/PP-1940:008). Forms part of: Cabinet of American illustration (Library of Congress). Published in: Life, 72:643 (Oct. 31, 1918).

Circumstances alter cases.  It is most humiliating ...

Circumstances alter cases. It is most humiliating ...

(DLC/PP-1933:0112). Forms part of: Cabinet of American illustration (Library of Congress). Published in: Chicago Tribune, Sept. 3, 1926.

Preventive medicine not costly operations. Hippocratic oath not hypocrisy. Socialize medicine

Preventive medicine not costly operations. Hippocratic oath not hypocr...

Title from item. Forms part of the Artist poster filing series (Library of Congress) Promotional goal: U.S. H13. G4. 1975

Ugly Americanism (ug'-li a-mer'-i-can-ism), n. a kind of hypocrisy where the richest country in the world talks about human rights while developing a neutron bomb

Ugly Americanism (ug'-li a-mer'-i-can-ism), n. a kind of hypocrisy whe...

Poster showing man, wearing hat of Uncle Sam, with a dollar sign above, holding up buildings, with sign on theater in middle reading, "Now showing MacArthur, Patton."

Ugly Americanism (ug'-li a-mer'-i-can-ism), n. a kind of hypocrisy where the richest country in the world talks about human rights while developing a neutron bomb

Ugly Americanism (ug'-li a-mer'-i-can-ism), n. a kind of hypocrisy whe...

Poster showing man, wearing hat of Uncle Sam, with a dollar sign above, holding up buildings, with sign on theater in middle reading, "Now showing MacArthur, Patton."

Sister, your blind is disarranged

Sister, your blind is disarranged

(DLC/PP-1936:0089). Forms part of: Cabinet of American illustration (Library of Congress). Published in: A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court / Samuel Clemens. New York : Charles L. Webster & Co., 1889, p. 473.

Sister, your blind is disarranged

Sister, your blind is disarranged

(DLC/PP-1936:0089). Forms part of: Cabinet of American illustration (Library of Congress). Published in: A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court / Samuel Clemens. New York : Charles L. Webster & Co., 1889, p. 473.