Imprint 3.; On verso: S; 1768 ?. 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 104, Folder 31.
Description: U.S. Reports Volume 44; Howard Volume 3; January Term, 1845; State of Maryland, for the use of Washington County, Plaintiff in Error, v. The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company, Defendants
Verse. 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 235, Folder 9.
Print shows several legislators slicing up a large watermelon labeled "River and Harbor Bill" in an effort to carry off a share for themselves, while Chester A. Arthur sleeps in the shade of a tree in the backg... more
Print shows Puck carrying a "Petition - To the 48th Congress" at the head of a long procession of well-dressed businessmen who want Congress to enact a "Good Bankruptcy Law" that would identify fraudulent conve... more
Illustration shows a hapless army of clergymen assulting a fortress labeled "Non-Sectarian Institution" around a building labeled "House of Refuge" with a battering ram labeled "Freedom of Worship Bill", one bi... more
Illustration shows a female figure with a shield labeled "Tolerance" and a sword labeled "Knowledge", using a cord labeled "Equality" to hold back a large snake labeled "Freedom Worship Bill" that has ensnared ... more
Description: U.S. Reports Volume 139; October Term, 1890; Guaranty Trust and Safe Deposit Company v. Green Cove Springs and Melrose Railroad Company
No accession number. Published in: Washington post. This catalog record contains preliminary or unverified data from a project done in BRS software, ca. 1985. mm / 860221.
Print shows President Cleveland holding a cat by the tail, it has ribbons labeled "Bland Seignorage Silver Bill"; Cleveland has used the ribbons to tie a rock labeled "Veto" to the cat, which he drops over a cliff.
Study drawing shows the allegorical central figure in the Library of Congress mural Corrupt legislation with a staff across her lap. She wears some drapery. The mural was installed in the Jefferson Building in ... more
Photo of semi-circular panel from mural in the Library of Congress Thomas Jefferson Building entitled The Government, depicting man, woman, and child in classical garb holding an unjust scale.
No accession number. Published in: Washington post. This catalog record contains preliminary or unverified data from a project done in BRS software, ca. 1985. mm / 860224.
Photo of semi-circular panel in five-part mural called "Government" shows man, woman, and child in classical garb, with woman seated and holding an unjust scale.
Illustration shows an angry Uncle Sam holding up a lantern labeled "Congressional Legislation" to illuminate a rotund man wearing a crown labeled "Trusts" and a robe decorated with dollar signs, there is a ring... more
Illustration shows a view in the Senate chamber at the U.S. Capitol of a large cat with papers tied around its waist labeled "Ship Subsidy Bill"; it is making a mad dash for a door as senators throw ink pots an... more
Cartoon showing Uncle Sam shining light, "congressional legislation", on king, "trusts". Illus. in: Puck, 1902 Feb. 5. Copyright by Keppler & Swartzmann.
(DLC/PP-1937:0048). Forms part of: Cabinet of American illustration (Library of Congress). Published as cover of: Collier's weekly, vol. 36 (March 24, 1906).
Illustration shows an employer and a group of laborers standing outside the entrance to a factory; he is directing their attention toward a notice posted on the wall that states "Notice to Workers. If the Tarif... more
Illustration shows an Army officer with a woman labeled "W.C.T.U." a clergyman, and a man labeled "Timid Legislator" standing in a doorway, viewing scenes in a canteen, where soldiers are playing chess and read... more
Illustration shows a large man labeled "Monopoly", standing behind a panel, reaching around with his right arm, holding a diminutive figure labeled "Aldrich" who is pointing to an image labeled "What will happe... more
(DLC/PP-1933:0112). Forms part of: Cabinet of American illustration (Library of Congress). Published in: Chicago Tribune, Feb. 11, 1915.