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Liberty triumphant; or the downfall of oppression

Liberty triumphant; or the downfall of oppression

Political cartoon shows New England colonists' response to the British Tea Tax, enacted by Lord North's ministry in 1773, superimposed over a map of the Northern and Middle British Colonies. Title from item. Pr... More

Footrace, Pennsylvania Avenue. Stakes $25,000

Footrace, Pennsylvania Avenue. Stakes $25,000

The race for a $25,000 prize (the president's salary) is a metaphor for the 1844 campaign. The favored contender here is Henry Clay. The other runners are James K. Polk and John Tyler, while commentaries are of... More

The people's welfare my reward

The people's welfare my reward

Another Whig campaign badge, featuring a bust-length portrait of presidential candidate Henry Clay, with books, drapery, and the base of a column in the background. Above Clay's portrait is the motto: "The Peop... More

Tyrants prostrate liberty triumphant

Tyrants prostrate liberty triumphant

A polemic applauding Democratic support of the Dorrite cause in Rhode Island. (See also "Trouble in the Spartan Ranks," and "The Great Political Car and Last Load of Patriots," nos. 1843-6 and 1845-5). In the ... More

Political Jesuitism--or interest versus principle

Political Jesuitism--or interest versus principle

A virulent attack on Vice-President George M. Dallas, charging the former Pennsylvania attorney and senator with duplicity in his stand on the tariff of 1846. "Jesuitism" was a strong contemporary term for dece... More

Worrying the bull

Worrying the bull

In a ring a large bull, wearing a ribbon marked "The Rough & Ready" between its horns, faces five matadors. The bull represents Zachary Taylor, nicknamed "Old Rough and Ready." The matadors are prominent Whigs,... More

A correct chart of Salt River

A correct chart of Salt River

"Salt River," the fictitious river of political doom, is charted here as a meandering stream of Democratic misfortunes. The chart was purportedly "prepared by Father Ritchie," i.e., Democratic editor and Polk a... More

Whig harmony

Whig harmony

A severe split within the Whig ranks, between partisans of Henry Clay and those of Zachary Taylor, preceded the party's convention in June 1848. Here Horace Greeley, one of Clay's most influential northern supp... More

Questioning a candidate

Questioning a candidate

Zachary Taylor's stubborn resistance to declaring his views on the major political issues during his candidacy in the 1848 presidential campaign was a favorite theme of the opposition. Here Taylor, in uniform, ... More

The liberty chariot

The liberty chariot

A burlesque triumphal procession representing victory for the Democratic platform in the election of 1848. In a chariot drawn by Democrats Lewis Cass and William O. Butler (shown as two horses), Uncle Sam drive... More

The blessings of liberty or how to "hook" a "gentleman of color"

The blessings of liberty or how to "hook" a "gentleman of color"

A diverse group of abolitionists try to drag an unwilling black man toward the left with a large gaff hook. Holding the hook are (left to right) an old hag, a Quaker man, and two other homely men. The hag dec... More

Experiments on the tight rope

Experiments on the tight rope

A figurative portrayal of Whig candidate Winfield Scott's failure in the 1852 presidential contest, attributed by the artist to his alliance with abolitionist interests. Scott is hoisted aloft via a pulley sys... More

Randall holding coat tails of Morrison who is trying to cut "tariff" tree from route of "Democracy" wagon

Randall holding coat tails of Morrison who is trying to cut "tariff" t...

Title devised by cataloger. No accession number. This catalog record contains preliminary or unverified data from a project done in BRS software, ca. 1985. mm / 860221.

Walking the plank

Walking the plank

No accession number. This catalog record contains preliminary or unverified data from a project done in BRS software, ca. 1985. mm / 860224.

As dead as Julius Caesar

As dead as Julius Caesar

"After the great historical picture "The Death of Caesar" by Jean Leon Gerome." No accession number. Published in: Washington post. This catalog record contains preliminary or unverified data from a project don... More

Puck's perplexing position - between two evils / D.K.

Puck's perplexing position - between two evils / D.K.

Print shows Puck standing between John Kelly, on the left, in front of "Tammany Hall", holding a flag that states "Down with the Bloated Monopolists!!", he has F.B. Thurber in his coat pocket, and on the right,... More

The political Sodom and Gomorrah are doomed to destruction / F. Grätz.

The political Sodom and Gomorrah are doomed to destruction / F. Grätz.

Print shows an angel labeled "New Party" with wings labeled "Tariff-Reform" and "Anti-Monopoly" leading two small orphan children labeled "Political Honesty" and "Political Wisdom" to safety, away from the fire... More

Our robber barons / Gillam.

Our robber barons / Gillam.

Print shows several rogues, Jay Gould labeled "R. Road Monopolist", William H. Vanderbilt labeled "Corporations", Cyrus W. Field labeled "Telegraph Monopoly", Russell Sage(?) labeled "Stock Jobbing", and George... More

Getting hot enough for him / F. Graetz.

Getting hot enough for him / F. Graetz.

Print shows Chester A. Arthur sitting on a chair at a beach on the seashore, he is perspiring heavily and using a fan labeled "Stalwart Method" to cool himself, as the sun, labeled "Disunion-of-the-Republican-P... More

The allies under the new flag - the Republicans and the monopolists train their guns on the workingmen / Gillam.

The allies under the new flag - the Republicans and the monopolists tr...

Print shows the Republican and monopolist allies raising a flag that states "Down with the Workingman and Up with the Tariff" in an artillery battery where they are aiming a cannon toward "Fort Labor" which is ... More

The end of a bad show / J. Keppler.

The end of a bad show / J. Keppler.

Illustration shows a scene in the "Grand National Congressional Theatre" at the conclusion of the performance of "Fair Promise Combination No. 47 - Great Reform Bill - Act I Tarif Reform - Act II Civil Service ... 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

A new way of "waking" the Democratic shaughraun / Gillam.

A new way of "waking" the Democratic shaughraun / Gillam.

Print shows a small, rustic room crowded with members of the Democratic Party, some dressed as old women, others drinking and smoking clay pipes; one man, the "Shaughraun" labeled "Democratic Party" is lying on... More

The original political dude out-duded / F. Opper.

The original political dude out-duded / F. Opper.

Print shows Chester A. Arthur dressed as a dandy, walking on a sidewalk with a young woman labeled "Republican Party" who is carrying a small dog labeled "Protection"; standing behind them, on the sidewalk, is ... More

Blundering again! / Gillam.

Blundering again! / Gillam.

Print shows a group of Democrats on a log raft that is breaking up within sight of land, with two logs labeled "New Jersey [and] New York" coming loose and drifting away; there is a small sail labeled "Democra[... More

Nursing our infant industries / F. Graetz.

Nursing our infant industries / F. Graetz.

Illustration shows several congressmen and senators dressed as women nursing symbols of American industry; Sherman and Blaine feeding "American Swine" as it sits on a rocking horse, William D. Kelley, known as ... More

Democratic harmony under the Jeffersonian banner / J. Keppler.

Democratic harmony under the Jeffersonian banner / J. Keppler.

Illustration shows Thomas F. Bayard carrying a banner that shows a portrait of Thomas Jefferson and is labeled "Jeffersonian Principles", with a streamer at top that states "A Government of the People, by the P... More

What 's in it? / Gillam.

What 's in it? / Gillam.

Illustration shows Uncle Sam sitting at a table in the "Congresssional Lunch Rooms", he is being served a large sausage labeled "Tariff Bill" by a waiter labeled "Republican", another waiter labeled "Democrat" ... More

Too many leaders / Gillam.

Too many leaders / Gillam.

Illustration shows a winter scene with a soldier labeled "Democracy" standing in front of a road sign that points in four directions "Free Trade, To Tariff Reform, To Protection, [and] No Policy", between his f... More

Building the ark / Gillam.

Building the ark / Gillam.

Illustration shows Republican revelers in the foreground making music as they pass a reform ark being constructed in the background. Depicted are John Sherman playing pipes labeled "Southern Outrages", John Log... More

Democracy's disastrous egg-dance / J. Keppler.

Democracy's disastrous egg-dance / J. Keppler.

Illustration shows a woman labeled "Democracy" wearing a blindfold labeled "Stupidity" being pushed by Samuel J. Randall toward a chair labeled "Presidenti[al] Chair", with several eggs in the way on the ground... More

Delilah Randall betrays the democratic Samson / Gillam.

Delilah Randall betrays the democratic Samson / Gillam.

Illustration shows Samuel J. "Delilah" Randall sitting in a chair labeled "Protection", holding scissors labeled "41 Democrats" in one hand and hair labeled "Tariff Reform Bill" in the other, his feet are resti... More

Bottom's dream

Bottom's dream

Illustration shows Puck's stereotypical Irishman labeled "Democracy" in the role of "Bottom" from Shakespeare's "Midsummer Night's Dream", with Puck holding the head of an ass above him. He is holding a paper t... More

The slave-market of to-day / Gillam.

The slave-market of to-day / Gillam.

Illustration shows trade union laborers, some in chains labeled "High Tariff" and "Tariff", and one standing on a block labeled "Trade Unions", being auctioned by a man labeled "Protectionist Statesman" to capi... More

Blind!! / Gillam.

Blind!! / Gillam.

Illustration shows a blind man labeled "Democracy", with the features of an Irishman, walking toward an abyss labeled "Defeat", carrying a cane labeled "Vacillation" and holding onto a leash tied to a dog with ... More

Blundering in a perilous position / Gillam.

Blundering in a perilous position / Gillam.

Illustration shows a camel that has collasped under the weight of it's burden labeled "Amendments" and Samuel J. Randall who is riding on top; concerned travelers include John Kelly, Samuel J. Tilden, Henry Wat... More

Dodging the issues

Dodging the issues

No accession number. This catalog record contains preliminary or unverified data from a project done in BRS software, ca. 1985. mm / 860224.

Foes in his path - the herculean task before our next president / Gillam.

Foes in his path - the herculean task before our next president / Gill...

Illustration shows Grover Cleveland as Hercules carrying a large club labeled "Honest Legislation", encountering a group of troublemakers along the "Administration Road" to "Success" seen in the distant backgro... More

Peace, but not business / Gillam.

Peace, but not business / Gillam.

Illustration shows a perplexed Uncle Sam standing in front of a store labeled "Notice - No Reciprocity in Trade Here" that is well-stocked with items available for international trade; a man labeled "Trade" is ... More

"The tribute to the Minotaur" - the interests of all other states sacrificed to the protection monster of Pennsylvania / Gillam with apologies to A. Gendron.

"The tribute to the Minotaur" - the interests of all other states sacr...

Illustration shows Samuel J. Randall seated at one end of a gondola and William D. Kelley standing at the other end calling out "to the Protection Minotaur of Pennsylvania", between them are several maiden wome... More

Gulliver-Cleveland takes possession of the enemy's fleet and deprives them of their strength / Gillam.

Gulliver-Cleveland takes possession of the enemy's fleet and deprives ...

Illustration shows President Cleveland as Gulliver with a rope labeled "Good Policy" tied to the ships of the "Republican Party" and pulling them toward the opposite shore where a group of men, among them Ambas... More

The Administration sawmill / J. Keppler.

The Administration sawmill / J. Keppler.

Illustration shows President Cleveland standing next to a large "Reform Buzz-Saw" labeled "Pat. 1884 by G. Cleveland" at a sawmill, where three members of his cabinet "Manning, Whitney, [and] Bayard" are millin... More

Mr. McKinley presents a counter attraction to his "all wool" suit of clothing

Mr. McKinley presents a counter attraction to his "all wool" suit of c...

"If you don't see what you want, ask for it" on sign; "Suit of war taxed common cloth. Tariff 89%" on coat; "Untaxed whiskey, 20 [cents] gal." on jug. Title on verso. Variant title on verso: The McKinley 'all w... More

The American magazine for September, contains The president's error, by James G. Blaine

The American magazine for September, contains The president's error, b...

Print shows James G. Blaine, bust portrait, facing left, as broadside announcing the September 1888 issue of The American Magazine. Includes facsimile signature. Title from item. Caption continues: Price 25 cen... More

The joint debate (Democratic press)

The joint debate (Democratic press)

"Tin plate refers to McKinley's tariff schedule for tin plate." No accession number. This catalog record contains preliminary or unverified data from a project done in BRS software, ca. 1985. mm / 860224.

Democratic progressive platforms: 1888 tariff reform; 1892 tariff for revenue only; "tariff for protection is unconstitutional"

Democratic progressive platforms: 1888 tariff reform; 1892 tariff for ...

General information about the Popular and Applied Graphic Art print materials is available at: https://hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/pp.pga Title information compiled by Junior Fellows, 2005-2017. DLC/PP-1975: 741. Categ... More

She 's all right / Ehrhart.

She 's all right / Ehrhart.

Print shows an angel labeled "National Credit" with wings labeled "Sound Financial Policy" and "Repeal of Sherman Silver Law" rising above the flames of the wreck of the "U.S. Treasury", with among the wreckage... More

Launched at last! - good luck to her! / C.J. Taylor.

Launched at last! - good luck to her! / C.J. Taylor.

Print shows a cherub labeled "1894" smashing a bottle of champagne as he launches a large, modern ship, the Ship of State, under the banner "Tariff Reform" with Grover Cleveland and members of his cabinet stand... More

Not in it

Not in it

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.

Not in it
A X-mas dream

A X-mas dream

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.

An old imposition / C.J. Taylor.

An old imposition / C.J. Taylor.

Print shows President Cleveland as a railroad conductor collecting fares from William McKinley, who is holding a ticket labeled "War Tariff Pass" and an elderly man, dressed as an infant labeled "Infant Industr... More

An old fable brought up to date / Keppler, Jr.

An old fable brought up to date / Keppler, Jr.

Print shows a "countryman" labeled "Rep. Party" with a whip, driving a donkey labeled "Taxpayer" who is carrying a large sack labeled "War Tariff" that contains a counter weight labeled "Iniquitous Pensions" on... More

They mourn their loss / J.S. Pughe.

They mourn their loss / J.S. Pughe.

Print shows William McKinley, Benjamin Harrison, and John Sherman as old women in mourning among gravestones labeled "Here lies our dear McKinley Bill. Ruthlessly assassinated in the flower of its youth by the ... More

Relief at hand / Dalrymple.

Relief at hand / Dalrymple.

Print shows a St. Bernard rescue dog with a blanket labeled "Tariff Reform" strapped to its back and a small barrel labeled "The Wilson Tariff Bill" under its chin, next to a man labeled "Labor" caught in snow ... More

In the nick of time / Keppler, Jr.

In the nick of time / Keppler, Jr.

Print shows two medieval monks labeled "McKinley" and "Reed" constructing a wall using blocks labeled "War Tax on Dinner Pails, Heavy Duty on Laborers Tools, Prohibitory Duty on Necessaries, High Duty on Raw Ma... More

After the hold-up / Dalrymple.

After the hold-up / Dalrymple.

Print shows William L. Wilson standing in the street outside the White House, holding open a large carpet bag labeled "Wilson's Free List" which contains papers labeled "Free Wool", he has an umbrella labeled "... More

"I am a Democrat!" / C.J. Taylor.

"I am a Democrat!" / C.J. Taylor.

Print shows David B. "Hill" holding a knife labeled "Spite" and sneaking up behind a woman labeled "National Democratic Party" who is sitting at a table, reading a paper labeled "Wilson Bill". Title from item. ... More

The industrial "cold snap" is over / F. Opper.

The industrial "cold snap" is over / F. Opper.

Print shows William McKinley as a snowman holding papers labeled "Prohbitory [sic] Tariff" and melting beneath a blazing sun labeled "Business Revival"; in the foreground, Matthew S. Quay and James D. Cameron t... More

Even worse than he thought / Dalrymple.

Even worse than he thought / Dalrymple.

Print shows the spirit of General Winfield S. Hancock holding a paper that states "Governors Island 1880. The Tariff is a Local Issue. Gen. W.S. Hancock", among congressmen in a congressional chamber where sena... More

"The independents fought nobly!" / J.S. Pughe.

"The independents fought nobly!" / J.S. Pughe.

Print shows David B. Hill draped over a cannon and Charles A. Dana with many New York politicians, identified as "Croker, Grant, Hinckley, Sheehan, Gilroy, Murphy, McLaughlin, Smyth, [and] Divver", and the Tamm... More

The chorus of the newly-converted communists / Dalrymple.

The chorus of the newly-converted communists / Dalrymple.

Print shows Benjamin Harrison playing the "Communists' Chorus" on a large pipe organ, with "Tom Reed" and "McKinley" singing along; all are wearing liberty caps. Includes text of the chorus, which laments "The ... More

"Love me, love my dog" / C.J. Taylor.

"Love me, love my dog" / C.J. Taylor.

Print shows Uncle Sam sitting on a bench with a young woman wearing a coat labeled "Wilson Bill" and a hat labeled "Tariff Reform"; she is holding a bull dog on her lap that is wearing a collar labeled "Income Tax".

Puck's valentines for 1894 / F. Opper.

Puck's valentines for 1894 / F. Opper.

Print shows a vignette cartoon with, at center, Uncle Sam and President Cleveland shaking hands, a portrait of Liliuokalani, Queen of Hawaii, is in the background; the surrounding vignettes feature a cast of ch... More

Up to date! / C.J. Taylor.

Up to date! / C.J. Taylor.

Print shows William McKinley holding an axe behind his back labeled "McKinley Act" and pointing to a cherry tree labeled "American Industries" that has been chopped down; he tells Uncle Sam that Grover Cleveland did it.

An unpromising pair of racers / F. Opper.

An unpromising pair of racers / F. Opper.

Print shows a doubtful Uncle Sam watching as two horses pass on a racetrack headed for the start of the race. On the first horse labeled "Wilson Bill" is jockey William L. Wilson wearing a ribbon labeled "Tarif... More

Tariff reform tonic / Dalrymple.

Tariff reform tonic / Dalrymple.

Print shows a "Before" and "After" comparison with Uncle Sam in the "before taking" vignette as listless and fatigued, sitting next to a table on which is a bottle of "Tariff Reform Tonic", and in the "after ta... More

A senate for revenue only / Dalrymple.

A senate for revenue only / Dalrymple.

Print shows Uncle Sam sitting on the Speaker's desk in the "U.S. Senate", bound by tape labeled "McKinley's High Protection Monopoly Tariff", facing a group of senators labeled "Coal Senator, R. Road Senator, C... More

The Republican Ponce de Leon and his followers / Keppler, Jr.

The Republican Ponce de Leon and his followers / Keppler, Jr.

Print shows a group of conquistadors labeled "Hoar, Sherman, Depew, Harrison, Reed, McKinley [as Ponce de León], Wanamaker, W. Reid, Boutelle, [and] Foraker" gathered around a pool of water labeled "High Protec... 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

The American farmer - where he has to sell, and where he has to buy / Dalrymple.

The American farmer - where he has to sell, and where he has to buy / ...

Print shows Uncle Sam as an American farmer trying to sell his products labeled "Pork, Wheat, Butter, Beef, Oats", and corn overseas where there is stiff "Open Competition" at the "Market of the World" represen... More

The bounty jumper of 1894 / Dalrymple.

The bounty jumper of 1894 / Dalrymple.

Print shows Benjamin Harrison standing on the deck of a ship labeled "Republican Party", under sails labeled "Prohibitory Protection"; he is holding a rope that leads to a rowboat labeled "McKinleyism" with Wil... More

The opening of the gate / Dalrymple.

The opening of the gate / Dalrymple.

Print shows Uncle Sam opening the "Protection Gate" at the "U.S. Custom House" where a sign states "Reduction of Tolls from 50 to 38 Percent. Wool, Lumber, Twine, and Fresh Fish, Free!!. The Roman god Mercury i... More

A painful prophetic vision / F.M. Hutchins.

A painful prophetic vision / F.M. Hutchins.

Print shows a well-dressed, grand old woman sitting in a chair, with a comb labeled "Republican Party" in her hair, and newspapers on the floor around her with headlines "Evening Reporter - Commerce Picking Up ... More

A very sick patient - he pays well, but the senaotrial quacks can't save him / F.M. Hutchins.

A very sick patient - he pays well, but the senaotrial quacks can't sa...

Print shows several legislators as quack physicians trying to cure a large sick man labeled "Protection" with a packet of "Boodle" on his lap; from left, "Hill, Pugh, Vest, Chandler, Brice, Hoar, Peffer, Gorman... More

America's partisan "patriots" / C.J. Taylor.

America's partisan "patriots" / C.J. Taylor.

Print shows Benjamin Harrison pointing to himself, John Sherman with a sign that states "The Sherman Bill Did It!", William McKinley holding a sign that states "The McKinley Bill Did It!", and Thomas B. Reed po... More

"Who laughs last laughs best" / Dalrymple.

"Who laughs last laughs best" / Dalrymple.

Print shows Grover Cleveland driving a stagecoach labeled "Administration Coach" carrying "Columbia" and being pulled by two horses labeled "Honest Principles" and "Sound Policy"; it is stuck in a hole labeled ... More

Uncle Sam's summer girl for '95 / Dalrymple.

Uncle Sam's summer girl for '95 / Dalrymple.

Print shows Uncle Sam flirting with a young woman labeled "The New Tariff"; she is holding a bouquet of flowers tied with ribbons labeled "Prosperity and Good Times" and "Increased Wages". An elderly woman labe... More

Cause for worry / J.S. Pughe.

Cause for worry / J.S. Pughe.

Print shows William L. Wilson as a nurse feeding an infant labeled "Infant Industries" from a large bowl labeled "Tariff Reform"; entering through a door in the background is William McKinley, also as a nurse, ... More

Just what might have been expected / J.S. Pughe.

Just what might have been expected / J.S. Pughe.

Print shows Willima McKinley sitting on the porch of a house labeled "Presidential Hopes", flying a banner that states "The Foreigner Pays the Tax", built on stilts on a sandy beach; a rising tide labeled "Busi... More

The grand old game of tit for tat / Dalrymple.

The grand old game of tit for tat / Dalrymple.

Print shows Uncle Sam, looking obstinate and pointing his finger at some point between the "Germany Home Market" and the "France Home Market", as he responds to their complaints. He is standing on the left, at ... More

"I'll take care of you, Grandma!" (after the original masterpiece) / Dalrymple.

"I'll take care of you, Grandma!" (after the original masterpiece) / D...

Print shows Arthur P. Gorman labeled "Gormanism" hugging Theodore A. Havemeyer sitting in a chair, dressed as an old woman and labeled "Sugar Trust" and "$". Title from item. Illus. from Puck, v. 36, no. 931, (... More

Waiting for the good times to blow over / Dalrymple.

Waiting for the good times to blow over / Dalrymple.

Print shows a large female figure holding a cornucopia labeled "Prosperity 1895", floating toward rays of light that illuminate industrial facilities; she hovers above a group of men gathered around a platform ... More

The neglected idol / Dalrymple.

The neglected idol / Dalrymple.

Print shows William McKinley as Napoleon I, wearing the hat, coat, and sword in the style of Napoleon, standing on a pedestal labeled "Protection", with a tiny wreath labeled "From Southern Friends" lying on th... More

The inconsistency of the protectionist believer / Dalrymple.

The inconsistency of the protectionist believer / Dalrymple.

Print shows a wealthy businessman with his family boarding a steamer "to Europe", a porter carries their single bag of luggage. When the family returns home, at the end of their summer shopping spree, the busin... More

His triumphal progress / Dalrymple.

His triumphal progress / Dalrymple.

Print shows a nervous William McKinley riding in a lop-sided chariot with a large gold dollar labeled "Gold Standard" on one side and a tiny wheel labeled "Tariff?" on the other; the chariot is being pulled by ... More

Getting troublesome again / Dalrymple.

Getting troublesome again / Dalrymple.

Print shows Uncle Sam wearing a nightshirt, pacing the floor, carrying a large, crying infant labeled "Infant Industries"; a bottle of "41% Protection Soothing Syrup, Ineffectual" is on a nightstand next to a b... More

The same old power behind the throne / Dalrymple.

The same old power behind the throne / Dalrymple.

Print shows Speaker of the House, Thomas B. Reed, holding a gavel and "Tariff Legislation", sitting at the Speaker's desk, mindful of the large man, wearing a business suit labeled "Protectionist", sitting behi... More

They both claim him / Keppler.

They both claim him / Keppler.

Print shows William McKinley sitting on a wooden horse labeled "High Protection" with a "Silverite" on the left and a "Gold Bug" on the right pulling him in opposite directions. Title from item. Illus. from Puc... More

We four and no more

We four and no more

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.

A painful position for nurse McKinley / F. Opper.

A painful position for nurse McKinley / F. Opper.

Print shows William McKinley dressed as a nurse, perspiring, sitting in a rocking chair with an infant labeled "Gold Standard" on his lap and another child labeled "High Protection" crying on the floor. Title f... More

An uneven contest

An uneven contest

No accession number. This catalog record contains preliminary or unverified data from a project done in BRS software, ca. 1985. mm / 860224.

The spring athletic meeting / Dalrymple.

The spring athletic meeting / Dalrymple.

Print shows Grover Cleveland lifting a heavy weight labeled "Silver Question", he has several medals pinned to his chest, with him are "W.E. Russell", David B. Hill, Robert E. Pattison, Adlai E. Stevenson, Jame... More