Some Antiques Have a Market Value, Others Haven't.
Humble Contributors to Mr. Mellon.
An Air - Minded World.
Secured at Great Expense - to N.Y. City.
"I Betcha Dey Ain't Fish - I Betcha Dey's Cakes- I Betcha."
The Messenger Boy Arrives.
[Caricature of an unidentified man.]
"The Top O' The Mornin' to Ye."
Off for Vacation - Land.
The Original Mr. Zero.
The Modern Joshua.
Exit the Villain, Sneezing.
When the Heat Holds On.
Week End Flight.
[Monument for People Killed in Motor Accidents in the Metropolitan Area in First 15 Days in January.]
Speaking of Rackets.
And Many of Them.
See What Came Up the Fire Escape!
Wings Over New York.
The Volstead Market Day.
"All I Know Is What I Read in the Paper."
"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."
The End of the Climb.
"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.
Out of the Lot.
What About the Little Boy with the Tin Cup?
United They Stand.
The Aerial Marathon.
Tribute to Heywood Broun.
"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 Only Flag for Al.
"You're Dry! You're D-R-R-R-Y! You Know You're Dry !"
The Socialist Party in New York.
"Boys Week in Albany."
"You Can't Teach Him Much, Governor."
Oh, Lady! Lady!
All Dressed Up and Nowhere to Go.
Keeping in Training.
The End of the Trail.
Sword or Hammer - Which Has Won?
Refers to the sinking of the ship "Vestris" which was notable for the loss of life, especially of women...