The too confiding South drafting terms of peace with the Federal Government (see Richmond Papers, July 6, 7, 8)
Cartoon showing man seated on gunpowder keg writing on paper. Skull and graves on ground and bomb labeled "Gettysburg" and fists labeled "Vicksburg" in sky behind him.
Pres. Harding signing the Edge-Ansorge Resolution for the development of the New York Port along lines proposed by the joint commission of N.Y. and N.J. in the treaty entered into by the two states on April 30, 1921. The treaty looks to general relief from congestion the harbor and was endorsed by the War Department. Rep. Martin C. Ansorge, or New York, sponsor of the resolution is standing (third) from President Harding, with papers under arm
The above caddie (in the course of his third round with Colonel Foozle, who always takes out a collection of two dozen clubs, if only for the look of the thing) begins to doubt if he, the caddie, really belongs to the idle classes, as stated in the papers
The caddie, carrying a bag filled with golf clubs, watches as Colonel Foozle hits his ball from a sand trap towards water.