The National Game. Three "Outs" and One "Run".
Abraham Winning the Ball.
"I Promised to Bring it Back."
See, the Conquering Hero Comes!
Thunder Storm Extinguished Light in Torch of Statue of Liberty.
"One Doesn't Have to be a Radical to Subscribe to That."
Arthur Garfield Hays
Photographs of political cartoon about Arthur Garfield Hays dated October 1937 and entitled "The Old...
Photographs of illustrations and political cartoons, as well as a portrait of publisher Bennett Cerf....
Photographs of cartoon drawings of Stanley Woodward arm wrestling and fighting with football coaches...
Lest We Forget.
Set To Between Old Hickory and Bully Nick
The Apology. Mediation. Satisfaction
Old Nick in Wall Street
The Tiger's Share
The Latest From America
Or, the New York "Eye-Duster" to be taken Every Day. | Published in "Punch", July 26, 1862.
Den Britsen Leopard tot Reden gebracht [The British leopard brought to reason.]
Print affixed to letterpress explanation.
The Political Champion Turned Resurrection Man!
Pubd. Decr. 1819 by E King, No. 25 Chancery Lane a few doors from Cursitor Street.
The Voice of the People
Tweed Cartoon - "To The Victor Belongs The Spoils"
Tweed Cartoon - The Victory Over Corruption
At The Pioneer's Grave
The latter-day Brobdingnagian Tweedle-dees, who followed the footsteps of the late lamented Lilliputian...
What Game Are They Up To Now
Their "Jimmy" at work.
Two Great Questions
"Who is Ingersoll's Co?": N.Y. Tribune. Mr. Ingersoll: "Allow me to introduce you to my Co." | "Who stole...
The Grand Duke's Reception
Columbia, "My long-lost Alexis! I am so glad you have come!"
The Three Mares (Mayors), New York Course, Spring Races, 1838
Bucket Brigade to the Man Higher Up.
Can you rest one hand on the sacred altar of Liberty, and with the other extend the domain of the darkest...
"Only a Half a Cent, Mister."
Original drawing for The World, Sunday, July 20, 1930.
Though I Speak with the Tongues of Men and of Angels, but Have Not Charity, I Have Become Sounding Brass or a Clanging Cymbal.
Nearing the Breaking Point.
What About the Little Boy with the Tin Cup?
United They Stand.
The Aerial Marathon.
"Fort Lee for Mine."
The Modern "Song of Shirt."
The Boss of the Seven Seas.
For Dear Old Alma Mater.
"And the Southern Cross Rides High!"
Depicts the S.S. Vestris disaster.
The Volstead Market Day.
"All I Know Is What I Read in the Paper."
The Only Flag for Al.
"You're Dry! You're D-R-R-R-Y! You Know You're Dry !"
Liberty Triumphant: or the Downfall of Oppression
Includes a key of references.
Don Freeman's Newsstand [World War II political cartoon.]
The Socialist Party in New York.
"Boys Week in Albany."
"You Can't Teach Him Much, Governor."
Cincinnatus. H. G. The Farmer Receiving the Nomination from H. G. the Editor
What H___ G___ Knows About Bailing.
A Walking Match Between Two Editors
Murat Halstead. "Watterson! come back, and don't make a fool of yourself."
Mephistopheles at Work for Destruction. A Bid for the German Vote.
William Sumner is signing a contract to sell arms to France.
"It Never Rains But It Pours."
Kaiser William. "Uncle Sam's Claim is most in Accordance with the True Interpretation of the Treaty of...
New York. Excelsior.