The Catch of the Season
Oh Susy Don't!
Peter Stuyvesant's Army Entering New Amsterdam
From a drawing by William Heath of London. | The following families are represented in the cartoon: Van...
The Volstead Market Day.
"All I Know Is What I Read in the Paper."
How I Met Joe Gould by William Saroyan [Don Freeman's Newsstand.]
Don Freeman's Newsstand Vol 1. No. 3. Summer in the City.
Letter from London [Don Freeman's Newsstand.]
Drawings for Currier & Ives prints.
Aim is good, but they are to be upright pictures
De Dark Town Musketeers
Craps -- Sevens Up.
Drawings for Currier & Ives prints. | Oh come you lucky seven git my gal a new [...] me!
[The Darktown Banjo Class - All in Tune.]
Original drawing for the Darktown Comics series by Currier & Ives.
An Ice Cream Racket - Thawing Out
"Golly! Guess she's done got enuf dis time!" | Original drawing for the Darktown Comics series by Currier...
Winning by a "foot."
[The Darktown Banjo Class - Off the Key.]
[The Darktown Elopement.]
[Man serenading woman.]
Summer of Happiness
Depth of Despair
[Serenade by moonlight.]
[Cause and Effect - a Natural Result.]
I had de shakes. I done hab Chill Tonic.
[Cause and Effect - a Timely Warning.]
[The Darktown Bicycle Club.]
"Gwine to the Fight"
"It's jes like pickin' up money backing dis yere pup" | Original drawing for the Darktown Comics series...
The Darktown Hunt - Presenting the Brush
You done better keep it Kurnel to polish you cheek. | Original drawing for the Darktown Comics series...
["O Dat Watermillion!"]
The Dark-Town Fox-Hunt
"Git ready for dis jump Martha." | Original drawing for the Darktown Comics series by Currier & Ives....
[Creating the perfect racehorse.]
[Darktown Sports - a Grand Spurt.]
Lawn-Tennis in Blackville
The Excitement at Fever Heat | Original drawing for the Darktown Comics series by Currier & Ives.
"Coming Home From the Fight"
"I knowed he was a cur as soon as I seed him" | Original drawing for the Darktown Comics series by Currier...
[In front of Finnegan's corner grocery.]
Mr. Washington rubs a high tone coon, meets Mr. Sylvester Sawkins (dude) in front of the corner grocery...
[Desk and shadow with a hand-drawn cigarette and holder meant to suggest Franklin Delano Roosevelt.]
Getting a Foot.
Guess you'se done got de ole man's number foahteen!!
Horse Car Sports Going to a Chicken Show.
Horse Car Sports on the Back Track.
Crossed By "A Milk Train."
The Darktown Banjo Class - Off the Key.
"If yous can't play de music, jes leff de banjo go!"
Darktown Bicycling - Scooped De Pear
And Sumfins Busted.
Darktown Bicycling - A Tender Pair
"I'se Gwine To Git Dat Pear or Bust Sumfin."
The Darktown Bowling Club.
Watching for a strike.
A Darktown Donation Party, A Doubtful Acquisition.
Dere Parson you kin see de debble hisself in dat mirror!
A Darktown Donation Party, An Object Lesson.
Ah brudder Jonsing I hab only to hol de mirror up to natur to show you de debble.
The Darktown Elopement.
Skip softly lub, dont sturb de ole man an de bull pup !
Darktown Fire Brigade. The Foreman on Parade.
"Da gals all mire me so much dey makes me blush."
The Darktown Fire Brigade - The Last Shake.
"We's won de Mug but we's smashed de ole machine." Currier & Ives Series. No. 4. Joseph Koehler, Publisher,...
The Darktown Fire Brigade - A Prize Squirt.
"Now den! shake her up once moah fur de Mug." Currier & Ives Series. No. 3. Joseph Koehler, Publisher,...
The Darktown Fire Brigade - Under Full Steam.
Now den Squirt, for all Shes wuff." Currier & Ives Series. No. 9. Joseph Koehler, Publisher, New York,...
The Darktown Glide.
Aint dis jes lubly.
The Darktown Hunt - The Meet.
"Keep You Tempers Ladies Da One Dat Gits Tother End Fust Gits De Brush."
The Darktown Hunt - Presenting the Brush.
"You Done Better Keep It Kurnel To Polish You Cheek."
A Darktown Law Suit - Part Second.
The case dismissed with an extra allowance to the Attorney.
Darktown Opera - The Lovers Leap.
"Whar yer gwine to, dis ain't in de book." -
Darktown Opera - The Serenade.
"Come lub come de moon am in de sky." -
The Darktown Othello.
I mashed her on de dangers I had passed (drivin' an army muell).