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A GOOD MAN IS HARD TO FIND. Lithograph poster, 1948, by Ben Shahn for the Progressive Party, satirizing the popular 1945 photograph of Harry Truman playing a piano adorned by actress Lauren Bacall; here President Truman, the Democratic presidential candidate, is accompanied by Republican candidate Thomas E. Dewey Featured American Presidents Print

A GOOD MAN IS HARD TO FIND. Lithograph poster, 1948, by Ben Shahn for the Progressive Party, satirizing the popular 1945 photograph of Harry Truman playing a piano adorned by actress Lauren Bacall; here President Truman, the Democratic presidential candidate, is accompanied by Republican candidate Thomas E. Dewey

A GOOD MAN IS HARD TO FIND.
Lithograph poster, 1948, by Ben Shahn for the Progressive Party, satirizing the popular 1945 photograph of Harry Truman playing a piano adorned by actress Lauren Bacall; here President Truman, the Democratic presidential candidate, is accompanied by Republican candidate Thomas E. Dewey

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Roosevelt Cartoon, 1904 Featured American Presidents Print

Roosevelt Cartoon, 1904

ROOSEVELT CARTOON, 1904.
'Jack and the Wall Street Giants. American lithograph cartoon by Udo Keppler, 1904, depicting a tiny President Theodore Roosevelt preparing to wield the sword of Public Service against the giants of Wall Street, represented by James J. Hill, J.P. Morgan, George Jay Gould, John D. Rockefeller, and Henry Oxnard

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John C. Howards livery stable and saloon on G Street in Washington, D.C., where John H. Surratt, a conspirator in the Abraham Lincoln assassination, kept horses before leaving town on 1 April 1865. At right is a horse drawn hose reel belonging to the Northern Liberties Fire Company. Photographed in 1865 Featured American Presidents Print

John C. Howards livery stable and saloon on G Street in Washington, D.C., where John H. Surratt, a conspirator in the Abraham Lincoln assassination, kept horses before leaving town on 1 April 1865. At right is a horse drawn hose reel belonging to the Northern Liberties Fire Company. Photographed in 1865

WASHINGTON: STABLES, 1865.
John C. Howard's livery stable and saloon on G Street in Washington, D.C., where John H. Surratt, a conspirator in the Abraham Lincoln assassination, kept horses before leaving town on 1 April 1865. At right is a horse drawn hose reel belonging to the Northern Liberties Fire Company. Photographed in 1865

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