Something That Did Blow Over
References the 1871 New York elections that weakened Tammany and Boss Tweed's power.
"What Are You Laughing At? To the Victor Belong the spoils."
References the 1871 election in New York, which weakened Tammany and Boss Tweed's power.
The Death-Bed Marriage. The Daughter of Democracy Has at Last Married a "Nigger!" (A Radical Black Republican)
Refers to the choice of Thomas Greeley (Liberal Republican) as the Democrat's presidential candidate....
New York. Excelsior.
"Shylock, We Would Have Moneys and Votes."
Peace With a War Measure
"Tammany Hall Will Whip Creation this Fall."
Hercules Morrissey. "Stand aside, Boys; I'll show you what muscle can do."
Cincinnatus. H. G. The Farmer Receiving the Nomination from H. G. the Editor
It Is the Immediate Jewel of her Soul
General Dix. "If any man attempts to haul down the American Flag, Shoot him on the Spot!"
Our Modern Falstaff Reviewing His Army
The Power Behind the Throne "He Cannot Call His Soul His Own"
What I Know About Horace Greeley.
Horace Greeley and Jefferson Davis.
Wholesale and Retail
"If he still does think that all the vilest classes ('blacklegs, puligists, keepers of dens, criminals,...
"What Are You Going to Do About it?"
The Whited Sepulchre. Covering the Monument of Infamy with his White Hat and Coat.
A Box Stew; or, an Enviable Position.
Usurfructuary Tilden, "William, we would miss you -- until I am in the White House." (Hard on Tweed.)...
"Old Honesty" Among the Ruins of Tammany.
Refers to the 1872 Presidential election.
Diogenes Has Found the Honest Man. - (Which Is Diogenes, and Which Is the Honest Man?)
Boss Tweed, shaking the hand of Howard Greeley, the newly nominated presidential candidate of the Liberal...
The New Democratic Party Whip - Whipping into Line.
Independent Democrat. "I do not belong to your Class of Democrats."
The Economical Council in Albany, New York. "The Good Council I can Command in my Sphere." Pius Hoffman I.
An Agonizing Moment.
"I'm Running This Town."
"And the Smile on the Face of the Tiger."
"I'm Going to Investigate You."
The Old Brother Act.
"Who -- Me?"
Dark Days for the Former Big Shots.
And Once They Were Big Shots.
Hell Bent for Election.
The Full 'er Bunkman.
Getting Ready for the Fall Campaign.
It Will Take a Better Weapon than That.
Everything but the Kitchen Sink.
What's the Difference?
The Children's Hour.
Don't Laugh - It's All Jerry's Got Left.
"That's a Hot One."
It's Up to You!
All Right, Al - Let's.
Some More of Jerry's Bunk.
"Sure! He's One of our Boys. Ain't that What the Organization's For?
That's Not a Good Enough Answer This Time.
Let's Look at the Record, Mr. Mahoney.
The House Cat Gets the Morning's News.
He's Got to Take this One First.
Where's the Voice of the "New" Tammany?
A Case for the S.P.C.A.
"Now Let's See How Much Indignation You've Got."
"How About Sayin' Let's Sift it Up to the Very Bottom?"
It Began as a Cloud No Bigger Than a Man's Hand.
Now that He Has Wrecked it, it's up to Him to Do a Good Job Rebuilding.
[Mayor John P. O'Brien speaking at a Tammany Hall event.]
From left to right: Abraham Kaplan, Chairman of Civil Service Commission and Tammany's Campaign Manager;...
Breaking His Back.
[Busy streetscape of East 14th Street.]
Is There a "Wonderful" Answer in the Box?
Refers to Farley's testimony during the Seabury investigation.
Tammany Street cleaning before Waring's Days in front of 9 Varick Place.
Copy of a photograph of a filthy street during the Tammany era.