• Photo, Print, Drawing
    Well -- ? 1 print : chromolithograph. | Illustration shows David B. Hill and a donkey labeled "N.Y. Democracy" sitting on the ground, staring at each other, next to railroad tracks with a caboose rolling into the background; they look as though they were thrown off the train for freeloading.
    • Contributor: Opper, Frederick Burr
    • Date: 1885-11-04
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    The bounty jumper of 1894 1 print : chromolithograph. | 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 William McKinley standing in it, holding up a diminutive man labeled "Ex-Subdizied Sugar Planter". To the right of the rowboat, President Cleveland is standing on the deck...
    • Contributor: Dalrymple, Louis
    • Date: 1894-10-31
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    The new leader and the old chorus 1 print : chromolithograph. | Illustration shows John Logan labeled "New Leader" of the Republican Party, the "party of Reform and Puritee", holding a paper that states "Logan Speec[h] at Boston July 1885", standing in the street between the White House and the U.S. Treasury, leading a chorus of tramps identified as "J. Gould, Field, Mahone, Roach, Riddleberger, T. Platt, Ex leader [James G....
    • Contributor: Gillam, Bernhard
    • Date: 1885-07-15
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    The senatorial puppet-show 1 print : chromolithograph. | Illustration shows Puck peering behind a curtain to witness Joseph F. Keppler staging a puppet show labeled "U.S. Senate" showing a confrontation between Jefferson Davis, dressed as a woman, and General Sherman. Another puppet labeled "Vance" sits behind the curtain with an unidentified puppet, possibly William Mahone.
    • Contributor: Keppler, Joseph Ferdinand
    • Date: 1885-01-21
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    In memory of the Grant monument dedication, April 27th, 1897 1 print : chromolithograph. | Print shows a large angel of peace standing atop a monument labeled "Grant", on which a Union veteran and a Confederate veteran are placing wreaths labeled "North" and "South".
    • Contributor: Taylor, Charles Jay
    • Date: 1897-04-28
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    To save the American girl 1 print : chromolithograph. | Illustration shows a customs official ushering a royal tramp onboard a steamer, as a wealthy American woman, with thoughts of a royal wedding, holds up a bag full of money.
    • Contributor: Ehrhart, S. D. - Ehrhart, S. D. (Samuel D.)
    • Date: 1900-12-05
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    Atlas Joe; or, the fearful responsibilities of a self-appointed manager of the universe 1 print : chromolithograph. | 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, drafting "Instructions to Congress", and handing a "Telegram to Prince of Wales" to a messenger boy; on the floor around him are other communications labeled "Program for the...
    • Contributor: Opper, Frederick Burr
    • Date: 1896-01-29
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    [Bill Gleason, St. Louis Browns, baseball card portrait]
    Buchner Gold Coin (N284)
    1 print : chromolithograph.
    • Contributor: D. Buchner & Company
    • Date: 1887
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    The best balance for Uncle Sam 1 print : chromolithograph. | Illustration shows Uncle Sam holding up a balance scale with "Labor" on the left and "Capital" on the right; when the two are balanced the scale points toward "Prosperity" and when uneven, the scale points toward "Depression."
    • Contributor: Keppler, Udo J.
    • Date: 1901-09-18
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    The two trusts 1 print : chromolithograph. | Print shows two large male figures, one, wearing business attire, is labeled "Commercial Trust", he is holding paper labeled "Order to Raise Wages" and the other labeled "Labor Trust" is armed with a bomb, a handgun, and a rifle, and is holding paper labeled "Order to Strike". Behind the "Labor Trust" are unemployed families, explosions, and anarchy; behind the...
    • Contributor: Keppler, Udo J.
    • Date: 1899-06-07
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    The Blue Jay 1 print : chromolithograph ; sheet 35.7 x 26.4 cm. | Print shows a Blue Jay, facing left, perched on a pine branch.
    • Date: 1880
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    A specialist's opinion 1 print : chromolithograph. | Illustration shows Thomas Lipton checking the pulse of a animated feminine America's Cup.
    • Contributor: Ehrhart, S. D. - Ehrhart, S. D. (Samuel D.)
    • Date: 1903-08-05
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    Frightened 1 print : chromolithograph. | Illustration shows a tiny dog labeled "Cuban Reciprocity" barking at a man who has climbed a fence out of fear, his hat labeled "Sugar Trust" has fallen to the ground.
    • Contributor: Pughe, J. S. - Pughe, J. S. (John S.)
    • Date: 1902-05-07
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    Summer 1 print : chromolithograph ; sheet 18.6 x 27 cm. | Print shows a landscape view of a country scene with a young boy and a young girl picking flowers in a field with trees in the background and a pond or river on the right.
    • Contributor: L. Prang & Co. - Mazzanovich, J.
    • Date: 1888
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    The next step, as it looks now 1 print : chromolithograph. | Print shows Uncle Sam standing on a platform next to a ballot box where three men are casting their votes; one is labeled "Loyalist" and is voting for the "Monarch", the other two are casting votes for "Autonomy" and the "Republic". In the crowd, at the base of the platform, are the flag of Cuban independence labeled "Republic", a...
    • Contributor: Keppler, Udo J.
    • Date: 1898-05-04
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    The immortal George 1 print : chromolithograph. | Print shows several vignettes around a central scene that shows George Washington being questioned about cutting down a cherry tree; vignettes show Washington as a lover, a joke writer, a lawyer, a preacher, street vendor selling food, a husband arriving home late and drunk, a friend, and a newspaper editor. In each vignette Washington strives to "Always Tell the...
    • Contributor: Pughe, J. S. - Pughe, J. S. (John S.)
    • Date: 1898-02-23
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    "Volunteer" 1 print : chromolithograph.
    • Contributor: Currier & Ives
    • Date: 1887
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    They will have to come to it 1 print : chromolithograph. | Illustration shows James G. Blaine and John Logan standing next to a grave as Whitelaw Reid places a wreath labeled "To the Memory of Discord" on the grave; the tombstone states "To the Memory of Sectional Strife Buried Nov. 4th 1884".
    • Contributor: Gillam, Bernhard
    • Date: 1885-05-27
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    Yankee doodle 1776 1 print : chromolithograph. | Print shows three patriots, two playing drums and one playing a fife, leading troops into battle. Based on the painting called the "Spirit of '76."
    • Contributor: Ryder, James F. - Willard, Archibald M. - Clay, Cosack & Co.
    • Date: 1876
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    No. 43, Prang's crosses in mats 1 print : chromolithograph ; sheet 33.1 x 13.7 cm. | Print shows a cross with floral arrangement with red berries.
    • Contributor: Whitney, Olive E. - L. Prang & Co.
    • Date: 1876
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    Tower Falls and Sulphur Mountain, Yellowstone 1 print : chromolithograph.
    • Contributor: Moran, Thomas - L. Prang & Co.
    • Date: 1875
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    A bicycle trio 1 print : chromolithograph ; sheet 92 x 122 cm. or less.
    • Contributor: Tahyer, Geo. C.
    • Date: 1896
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    Irene 1 print : chromolithograph ; sheet 64.9 x 35.5 cm. | Print shows a bust portrait of a young woman "Irene", facing right, wearing bonnet held in place with large pink ribbons, knotted with bows below the chin and at top of bonnet.
    • Date: 1908
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    Thlinkit and man from Copper River 1 print : chromolithograph ; sheet 31 x 24.4 cm. | Print shows two Alaskan Natives, full-length portraits, standing, wearing traditional clothing.
    • Contributor: Hoen, August - A. Hoen & Co.
    • Date: 1878