In Memoriam - Tammany Hall - Usher
June 11th, 1886.
Society of Tammany or Columbian Order
Sachem | Francis D. Gallatin | July 4 1789-1924
Society of Tammany or Columbian Order - July 4th 1789 - 1903 - Member
On verso of badge: Chicago. July 7, 1896. Democratic Emblem [around a star] State of New York.
Sachem - Henry W. Unger - Society of Tammany or Columbian Order. July 4th, 1789-1918
Worn by Henry W. Unger.
"100 Per Cent Pure."
"We Know We're Good."
Sir John of Bushwick Goes to Battle.
The Great Transit Trick.
Why, Joe McKee!
A Persistent Ghost.
Waiting for Walker.
What a Headache!
Puch Drunk by His Own Blows.
Nearing the End.
Clang, Clang, Clang.
Fleeing the Storm.
An Agonizing Moment.
A Puzzle to the Tin-Box Boys.
Civic Traction Virtue.
I Paint 'Em in Any Style."
John and Joe Go into Battle.
Fight in the Wigwam.
Getting Ready for the Fall Campaign.
Two Good Reasons to Support Fusion.
The Apostle of Poppycock.
And the Smile on the Face of the Tiger.
"How About the Motives of His Own Organization?"
That's Not a Good Enough Answer This Time.
And in the Face of All This?
The Anvil Chorus.
"I'm Running This Town."
Some Cream and a Lot of Tin Cans.
Hail the Hero.
"Not if I Can Stop It."
"How About Sayin' Let's Sift it Up to the Very Bottom?"
"Good; but How About the City Goverment?"
The Perennial Candidate for Mayor. (They Will Probably Use Another Name at Election Time.)
"I'm for Harmony, Gentlemen."
Another Trade Depression.
"Better Come Out, Boys."
The Rawest of Many Raw Ideas.
Taking Back the Robe She Gave.
While New York Sleeps.
"A Trivial Thing if Dressed Up --- Will Gather a World of Importance."
"Just a Minute - I'm Not Dead - Only Sick."
Now that He Has Wrecked it, it's up to Him to Do a Good Job Rebuilding.
[Political cartoon depicting the investigation of Albert Marinelli.]
Hackshaw, the Detective. Starts for Home.
"Don't Answer the Bell, Mr. President!"
One More Decoration.
Is His Mouth Watering!