Two cartoons, the left image showing Secretary Schurz saying to Indians, "Wilful waste makes woful [sic] want." The right image showing an "iron-clad" and fort made of playing cards surrounded by text: "We are ... more
Print shows Uncle Sam comforting a crying female figure labeled "Cuba", as two men with broken swords labeled "Insurgent" and "Spaniard" take a break from fighting.
Print shows Sanford B. Dole, President of the Republic of Hawaii, conducting a land auction, selling property that he probably does not own, and contributing to the Americanization of Hawaii.
Print shows the Emperor of China sitting on a throne talking with a wise minister, seeking the advice of Confucius, as foreign ships, from England, Germany, Japan, France, and other countries, approach in the background.
Print shows President McKinley with an enormous white elephant labeled "Philippines" wearing an eye patch labeled "Aguinaldoism" behind him, speaking to the 55th Congress; many of the congressmen react with fea... more
Print shows William McKinley as a circus ringmaster trying to coax a defiant Emilio Aguinaldo to jump through a hoop labeled "Peace"; standing in the background are three figures labeled "Cuba, Porto Rico, [and] Hawaii".
Print shows a large gloved fist with an American flag on it crashing down on Emilio Aguinaldo riding on a rocking horse labeled "Dictatorship" next to a large sword labeled "Aguinaldo" on the "Philippines".
Print shows George F. Hoar as a modern-day Cassandra prophesizing doom, which evokes the laughter of President William McKinley, William R. Day, William T. Sampson, and Wesley Merritt.
Print shows Uncle Sam and Columbia taking Christmas presents off a Christmas tree and distributing them to Native children labeled "Hawaii, Samoa, Puerto Rico, Cuba, [and] Philippine".
William McKinley raising U.S. flag in the Philippines, and William Jennings Bryan chopping it down, with U.S. flags flying over Puerto Rico and Cuba, as Uncle Sam and another man watch from U.S. soil.
Illustration shows William Jennings Bryan as a large spider labeled "Free Silver" with three flies labeled "White, Schurz, [and] Godkin" caught in his web labeled "16 to 1," "Anti-expansion," "Chicago Platform"... more
Illustration shows Columbia adjusting her bonnet, which is a battleship labeled "World Power" with two guns labeled "Army" and "Navy"; it is spewing thick black smoke labeled "Expansion." She is inserting a tin... more
Illustration shows Yale professor and university president Arthur T. Hadley looking through a huge magnifying glass trained on a laborer labeled "Trust Employee"; however, what Hadley sees through the lense is ... more
Illustration shows Britannia carrying a large white flag labeled "Civilization" with British soldiers and colonists behind her, advancing on a horde of natives, one carrying a flag labeled "Barbarism".
Illustration shows a statue of Thomas Jefferson labeled "Thomas Jefferson The Father of Expansion" at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition in Saint Louis, Missouri, with Puck directing the attention of George F. H... more
Illustration shows President Theodore Roosevelt wearing his Rough Rider uniform and looking at the style of hats worn by past presidents U.S. Grant, Abraham Lincoln, and George Washington, but the hat he likes ... more
Illustration shows an eagle standing on the "U.S.A." portion of a globe with its wings extending from "Porto Rico" and "Panama" on the right to the "Philippines" on the left.
Illustration shows a young boy in uniform and cap labeled "1905" sweeping an office clean of many papers labeled "Yellow Peril 1904, Broken Resolutions, Dave Hill 'I was a Democrat' 1904, [and] St. Louis Graft ... more