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Topic: millennium

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"All aboard for the millennium!" / Opper and Keppler.

"All aboard for the millennium!" / Opper and Keppler.

Print shows "Captain Bill McKinley" standing at the bow of a steamboat labeled "High Protection" and "Monopoly & Co. builders" that has been patched in several places, listing to the stern, and is overloaded wi... more

The Dingley millennium - it has made everybody happy / Dalrymple.

The Dingley millennium - it has made everybody happy / Dalrymple.

Print shows a vignette cartoon with Marcus Hanna at center wearing robes labeled "Marcus Aurelius Hanna" and a top hat with laurel wreath and ribbons labeled "Senatorship 1898", standing next to a safe labeled ... more

Political caricature. No. 2, Miscegenation or the millennium of abolitionism

Political caricature. No. 2, Miscegenation or the millennium of abolit...

The second in a series of anti-Lincoln satires by Bromley & Co. This number was deposited for copyright on July 1, 1864. The artist conjures up a ludicrous vision of the supposed consequences of racial equalit... more

Political caricature. No. 2, Miscegenation or the millennium of abolitionism

Political caricature. No. 2, Miscegenation or the millennium of abolit...

The second in a series of anti-Lincoln satires by Bromley & Co. This number was deposited for copyright on July 1, 1864. The artist conjures up a ludicrous vision of the supposed consequences of racial equalit... more

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