For Sheriff Alfred E. Smith
Buffalo Bill and Annie Oakley
Postcard is addressed to Al Smith.
For President of the Board of Aldermen - Alfred E. Smith
The Only Flag for Al.
Al Smith's uncle.
[Members of Al Smith's family.]
Reproduction of an earlier photograph.
[Crowd gathered for Al Smith in Albany.]
[Car used during Al Smith's governorship in Albany.]
[25 Oliver Street, Alfred E. Smith's home from 1918-1928.]
[Crowds at a campaign stop for Al Smith.]
[Al Smith's mother (neé Maria Marsh) in her Brooklyn backyard.]
[Alfred E. Smith's mother (neé Maria Marsh) with a group on Parent's Day.]
[Crowd with signs supporting Al Smith.]
[Governor Al Smith's mother (Maria Marsh) casting her first vote.]
"You Can't Teach Him Much, Governor."
In Training for the 1936 Political Olympics
The Presidential Bachelor and the Family Man
And remember, Al, don't spell it r-a-d-d-i-o
How about a lovely ride, Alfred?
The Forgotten Man?
Look Who's Here!
All Right, Al - Let's.
The March on N.Y. City.
The Real Motive Power.
A Great Army.
The Lucky Governor.
"What Did You Say His Name Was? Smith?"
The Boy Who Was Born on Oliver Street.
This would have been published in The World on Wednesday November 7, 1928 if Alfred E. Smith had won...
The Prairies Greet the Sidewalks.
Thoughts by the Sea.
Appeared after Smith lost the presidential election.
The Happy Warrior Swings a Right.
Sad Accident to a Political Sandow.
Like a Ton of Bricks.
Tearing out the Waste Pages.
[Governor Al Smith's father (on right) with another man at the South Street docks.]
"There's No Use in Trying to Fight That Man Smith."