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Roosevelt Cartoon, 1904 Featured Cartoons 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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CARTOON: THOMAS GAGE, 1774. A Political Lesson: an English mezzotint cartoon of 1774 suggesting the difficulties encountered by the English colonial governor of Massachusetts, Thomas Gage, in suppressing popular opposition to the Boston Port Bill and moving the government from Boston to Salem Featured Cartoons Print

CARTOON: THOMAS GAGE, 1774. A Political Lesson: an English mezzotint cartoon of 1774 suggesting the difficulties encountered by the English colonial governor of Massachusetts, Thomas Gage, in suppressing popular opposition to the Boston Port Bill and moving the government from Boston to Salem

CARTOON: THOMAS GAGE, 1774.
A Political Lesson: an English mezzotint cartoon of 1774 suggesting the difficulties encountered by the English colonial governor of Massachusetts, Thomas Gage, in suppressing popular opposition to the Boston Port Bill and moving the government from Boston to Salem

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CARTOON: BLUE LAWS, 1895. Does your husband object to dry Sundays? No, but I do Featured Cartoons Print

CARTOON: BLUE LAWS, 1895. Does your husband object to dry Sundays? No, but I do

CARTOON: BLUE LAWS, 1895.
"Does your husband object to dry Sundays?" "No, but I do. He used to feel so dreadfully penitent Monday mornings that he'd give me at least ten dollars as a sort of penance; but now he feels so good Monday mornings that he don't give me anything but a kiss." Cartoon, American, 1895

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