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Topic: newspaper editors

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1963
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Parson Brownlow / Gutekunst, photographist.

Parson Brownlow / Gutekunst, photographist.

Photograph shows portrait of newspaper editor, minister, and Southern anti-secessionist William Gannaway Brownlow.

The attitudes of a country editor

The attitudes of a country editor

Carte-de-visite sized photographs show "O. Mont. Howard" (center portrait) in various poses illustrating the duties of a newspaper editor.

A summer smoke-cloud / J. Keppler.

A summer smoke-cloud / J. Keppler.

Print shows Puck reclining before a table covered with alcoholic beverages, some labeled "V.H. Dusenbury's P.P. Brandy" and "Puck Punch [No London Punch]", smoking and blowing smoke rings. Among the figures app... more

Another bombardment - the newspaper fleet firing on the Bedouins in Washington / Gillam.

Another bombardment - the newspaper fleet firing on the Bedouins in Wa...

Print shows newspaper editors Charles A. Dana, James G. Bennett, Carl Schurz, Henry Watterson, George W. Curtis, and Whitelaw Reid, as well as Puck, with a fleet of paper gunboats labeled "N.Y. Times, N.Y. Sun,... more

Another restorer of antiquities à la Cesnola / Gillam.

Another restorer of antiquities à la Cesnola / Gillam.

Print shows Charles A. Dana as an archaeologist who has just excavated a statue labeled "S.J.T." and "Buried in 1876" from "Greystone", behind which Henry Watterson, on the left, and John Kelly, on the right, g... more

Driven to desperation / F. Opper.

Driven to desperation / F. Opper.

Print shows William S. Holman holding up a page from the "The Sun" newspaper that shows his portrait above the caption "Our Candidate for President - W.S. Holman"; his hat and coat are on a chair and he is roll... more

Put 'em on ice! / Gillam.

Put 'em on ice! / Gillam.

Illustration shows Uncle Sam putting politicians, newspaper editors, and others on "Ice" in an icehouse to keep them cool until campaign time for the presidential election. Among those depicted are Ulysses S. G... more

"Puck" is not going to be left - he has a horse-show of his own / Gillam.

"Puck" is not going to be left - he has a horse-show of his own / Gill...

Print shows the interior of a barn crowded with horses and even more trying to get in, on the left, in the back, they are George M. Robeson, George F. Hoar, Rutherford B. Hayes, William Mahone, and Thomas C. Pl... more

The greatest show on earth - "who can ride the mule?" / J. Keppler.

The greatest show on earth - "who can ride the mule?" / J. Keppler.

Illustration shows a circus performance under the big top with Uncle Sam as ringmaster for a show with a bucking bronco or donkey labeled "Tariff Question"; the donkey has already thrown one man labeled "Democr... more

The death-watch - the execution postponed / F. Opper.

The death-watch - the execution postponed / F. Opper.

Print shows a woman labeled "Republican Party" in the "Condemned Cell" labeled "To Be Executed Nov. 6th 1883" of a jail, with Charles A. Dana labeled "Jailor" and Henry Watterson labeled "Turnkey"; Watterson lo... more

Dorsey, the American "informer" - he finds one willing ear / F. Opper.

Dorsey, the American "informer" - he finds one willing ear / F. Opper.

Print shows the interior of the "N.Y. Sun Editorial Rooms" where "Political Scandals [are] Promptly Attended to", also "Post Mortem Scandals Especially Desired", with elderly editor Charles A. Dana sitting at a... more

Our national dog-show / Gillam.

Our national dog-show / Gillam.

Illustration shows a dog show where a variety of breeds are competing; in the upper left corner, labeled the "Judges' Stand" are several newspaper editors, among them are James Gordon Bennett, Whitelaw Reid, Mu... more

The grand opening march over the Brooklyn Bridge / F. Opper.

The grand opening march over the Brooklyn Bridge / F. Opper.

Illustration shows a large procession crossing the Brooklyn Bridge, at the front, dressed as policeman with nightsticks, are several newspaper editors, among them are James Gordon Bennett, Oswald Ottendorfer, W... more

The same old boom / F. Graetz.

The same old boom / F. Graetz.

Illustration shows Charles A. Dana blowing a large bubble that shows the face of Samuel J. Tilden; Dana is using "Sun Soap", "Iroquois Club Suds", and a pipe labeled with a "$"; in the background, the sun is vi... more

The only source from which he gets absolution / J. Keppler.

The only source from which he gets absolution / J. Keppler.

Illustration shows Whitelaw Reid, as a bishop, absolving James G. Blaine, who is kneeling on a long list of scandals, at a confessional labeled "Tribune Sanctum". Includes a statement published in the "N.Y. Tri... more

Crowding the cabinet-making business / J. Keppler.

Crowding the cabinet-making business / J. Keppler.

Illustration shows newspaper editors James Gordon "Bennett" holding up a bust of Roscoe Conkling labeled "Sect. Interior" and a tray labeled "Bennett's Beauties" at his feet; Whitelaw "Reid" holding a tray labe... more

Cleveland's entry into Washington - March 4th. 1885 / J. Keppler.

Cleveland's entry into Washington - March 4th. 1885 / J. Keppler.

Illustration shows Grover Cleveland riding the Democratic donkey past the "Republican R.R.R. Hotel" on the way to his inauguration; he is surrounded by a host of characters that includes many political figures ... more

The dynamiter's false friends / F. Opper.

The dynamiter's false friends / F. Opper.

Illustration shows newspaper editors Whitelaw Reid and Murat Halstead trying to distance themselves from Jeremiah O'Donovan Rossa holding newspaper headlines that indicate their earlier support.

Another patient for Pasteur / F. Opper.

Another patient for Pasteur / F. Opper.

Illustration shows Carl Schurz and newspaper editor George W. Curtis carrying fellow editor Whitelaw Reid up the gangplank of a "French Steamer"; Puck, holding his lithographic pencil, stands at the bottom of t... more

A "bogus" cremation for the benefit of the "life-long Democrats" / J. Keppler.

A "bogus" cremation for the benefit of the "life-long Democrats" / J. ...

Illustration shows a group of men, some identified by name "Blackburn, D.B. Hill, Mclaughlin, Thurman, Jones, Hedden, [and] Hendricks" and some by association with quills behind their ears "Sun" Charles A. Dana... more

Puck's notion of the kind of fancy-dress charity ball that would be a real, solid financial success / J. Keppler.

Puck's notion of the kind of fancy-dress charity ball that would be a ...

Illustration shows a costume ball with a band of newspaper editors labeled "Herald, Sun, Staats-Zeitung, World, Times, [and] Evening Post" conducted by Puck; among those present are James G. Blaine, Whitelaw Re... more

Our Japanese village / J. Keppler.

Our Japanese village / J. Keppler.

Illustration shows a crowded outdoor scene, possibly in "Times" Square where Japanese paper lanterns are hanging and almost everyone is wearing Japanese-style clothing. Among the porters, street vendors, and st... more

[Freedom of the press] / Art Young.

[Freedom of the press] / Art Young.

Illustration shows a male newspaper owner and editor dressed as a female prostitute called "The Madam," taking money from a man labelled "Big Advertisers" as staff sit under a sign with the message "Obey the Madam."

The fake operator and his dupe / Keppler, Jr.

The fake operator and his dupe / Keppler, Jr.

Print shows Whitelaw Reid, editor of the New York Tribune newspaper, typing headlines that appear on ticker tape that is being read by a stalwart Republican; the headlines include: "The Country on the Brink of ... more

He beats them all to pieces / F. Opper.

He beats them all to pieces / F. Opper.

Print shows newspaper editor Whitelaw Reid sitting at a desk, writing editorials condemning the Democrats for the Wilson Tariff Bill, expressing such "Copy for the Tribune" as "The Wilson Bill is meant to incre... more

Don't!! / Dalrymple.

Don't!! / Dalrymple.

Print shows a man, possibly Joseph Pulitzer, dressed as a jester holding papers labeled "Income Tax Law", which he is pointing to with his right hand, standing before a woman labeled "Democracy" who is sitting ... more

Caught in his own trap / Dalrymple.

Caught in his own trap / Dalrymple.

Print shows David B. Hill caught in a large claw-type animal trap labeled "Nomination for N.Y. Governorship"; a sign posted next to the trap states "This Trap was set by David B. Hill to catch an Anti-Snapper".... more

In the pantheon of the sun / Dalrymple.

In the pantheon of the sun / Dalrymple.

Print shows Charles A. Dana sitting at a desk on which a diminutive David B. Hill labeled "I am a Democract" is standing next to a large book labeled "Speeches of D.B. Hill"; in a niche in the background is a b... more

The "ki-yis" can't rattle him / J.S. Pughe.

The "ki-yis" can't rattle him / J.S. Pughe.

Print shows President Cleveland driving a stagecoach carrying a female passenger labeled "National Credit" and a trunk labeled "Gold Reserve", the horse team is labeled "Firmness" and "Common Sense". A pack of ... more

The "press view" at the candidate show / Dalrymple.

The "press view" at the candidate show / Dalrymple.

Print shows a gallery where many presidential candidates are on display for the press; among the candidates are Jerry Simpson, William A. Peffer, Robert E. Pattison, David B. Hill, James E. Campbell, William C.... more

Atlas Joe; or, the fearful responsibilities of a self-appointed manager of the universe / F. Opper.

Atlas Joe; or, the fearful responsibilities of a self-appointed manage...

Print shows newspaper editor Joseph Pulitzer as Atlas, supporting a globe labeled "American Affairs, English Affairs, African Affairs, Cuban Affairs, [and] South American Affairs" on his back, sitting at a desk... more

Bad for business / J.S. Pughe.

Bad for business / J.S. Pughe.

Print shows a band of street musicians comprised of yellow journalism newspaper editors/publishers; two men are playing "The War Wave" on horns labeled "Daily Sensation" (Joseph Pulitzer) and "Morning Exciter" ... more

It's no use kicking, he must obey his boss / C.J. Taylor.

It's no use kicking, he must obey his boss / C.J. Taylor.

Print shows Thomas C. Platt waving his top hat while riding on the back of a bucking donkey labeled "Tribune" and with the face of Whitelaw Reid, in the ring at the "G.O.P. Circus"; among those in the audience ... more

No party lines when the national honor is in peril / Dalrymple.

No party lines when the national honor is in peril / Dalrymple.

Print shows the combined forces of the gold standard supporters, including some newspaper editors, and a reluctant William McKinley, marching under the standard "The Nation's Credit Must Be Upheld", toward a fo... more

They can't hold him back / J.S. Pughe.

They can't hold him back / J.S. Pughe.

Print shows an American soldier carrying a rifle and bag labeled "U.S.V.", walking in a tropical location; diminutive figures labeled "Bryan, Ottendorfer, Pulitzer, Atkinson, [and] Godkin" are attempting to hol... more

"Busted!" / J.S. Pughe.

"Busted!" / J.S. Pughe.

Print shows William Jennings Bryan carrying a "Cross of Gold", a "Crown of Thorns", and a carpetbag labeled "W.J.B. Speeches" as he walks along railroad tracks headed in the opposite direction of Washington, D.... more

"Who will haul it down?" / Dalrymple.

"Who will haul it down?" / Dalrymple.

Print shows President William McKinley standing on a road leading to the White House at the end of the road, in the background; he is delivering a speech, with a group of newspaper editors and congressmen, to t... more

The idol of the aunties / Dalrymple.

The idol of the aunties / Dalrymple.

Print shows Emilio Aguinaldo standing at center, wearing military uniform, and holding a flag and a sword, around him are many old men dressed as women, supplicating themselves and tossing roses at his feet, am... more

The spider and the three silly flies / J.S. Pughe.

The spider and the three silly flies / J.S. Pughe.

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

Declined with thanks / J.S. Pughe,

Declined with thanks / J.S. Pughe,

Illustration shows a huge Uncle Sam getting a new outfit made at the "McKinley and Company National Tailors" with President McKinley taking the measurements. Carl Schurz, Joseph Pulitzer, and Oswald Ottendorfer... more

The "reds" and the "yellows"

The "reds" and the "yellows"

Illustration shows Puck pointing at two men and tugging at the robe of Justice who is raising the blindfold from over her eyes and giving a stern look at the men, one a ruffian holding a bomb and a red flag lab... more

The kept newspaper / Ehrhart.

The kept newspaper / Ehrhart.

Illustration shows a vignette cartoon with an interior view of a room where a man labeled "Corporate Interests" is writing a check, a woman is wearing a newspaper dress, champagne is being chilled in a bucket l... more

Sir Hudibras / L.M.G. with apologies.

Sir Hudibras / L.M.G. with apologies.

Illustration shows William Randolph Hearst as Sir Hudibras riding a mule labeled "Maud" being led by a man labeled "Gloomy Arthur" on a quixotic adventure; papers protrude from Hearst's pockets stating "The dan... more