CRUIKSHANK: CARTOON, 1832. Source of the Southwark Water Works, or, Salus Populi Suprema Lex
CRUIKSHANK: CARTOON, 1832.
Source of the Southwark Water Works, or, Salus Populi Suprema Lex. Cartoon satirizing the owner of the Southwark Water Works, John Edwards, notorious for supplying polluted water from the Thames River to the city of London. Etching by George Cruikshank, 1832
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ANDREW JACKSON (1767-1845). Seventh President of the United States
ANDREW JACKSON (1767-1845).
Seventh President of the United States. The Rats Leaving a Falling House. Jackson beneath a toppling Altar of Reform, with rats as Secretary of War John H. Eaton, Secretary of the Navy John Branch, Secretary of State Martin Van Buren, and Treasury Secretary Samuel D. Ingham. Lithograph cartoon, 1831
CARTOON: CASTRO, 1961. What you need, man, is a revolution like mine
CARTOON: CASTRO, 1961.
What you need, man, is a revolution like mine. Cartoon comment on the humanitarian consequences of Fidel Castro's revolution in Cuba, and its potential influence on the political situation in Brazil; the piece was awarded a Pulitzer Prize for Editorial Cartooning in 1962. Cartoon by Edmund Valtman, 31 August 1961