Hon. Horace Greeley, Our Next President.
Columbia University. Statue of Horace Greeley, seated, side view.
Columbia University. Statue of Horace Greeley, profile of head.
What H___ G___ Knows About Bailing.
Cincinnatus. H. G. The Farmer Receiving the Nomination from H. G. the Editor
"What Are You Going to Do About It," if "Old Honesty" Lets Him Loose Again?
The Cincinnati Convention, in a Pickwickian Sense.
References Cincinnati Convention, in which the Liberal Republicans and the Liberal Democrats met.
General Dix. "If any man attempts to haul down the American Flag, Shoot him on the Spot!"
"None But the Brave Deserves the Fair."
Miss Columbia May to H. G. December. "Do you see any thing green in my eye?"
The "Liberal" Conspirators (Who, You All Know, Are Honorable Men).
"O let us have him; for his silver hair / will purchase us a good opinion / and buy men's voice to commend...
The Whited Sepulchre. Covering the Monument of Infamy with his White Hat and Coat.
Circumstance Alter Cases.
U. S. G. "Let us Clasp Hands over the Bloody Chasm!"
"Old Honesty" Among the Ruins of Tammany.
Refers to the 1872 Presidential election.
Adding Insult to Injury. Anything to Make our Republic Look Ridiculous.
Refers to the Cincinnati Convention.
Diogenes Has Found the Honest Man. - (Which Is Diogenes, and Which Is the Honest Man?)
Boss Tweed, shaking the hand of Howard Greeley, the newly nominated presidential candidate of the Liberal...
The New Democratic Party Whip - Whipping into Line.
Independent Democrat. "I do not belong to your Class of Democrats."
William Tell Will Not Surrender or Bow to the Old Hat.
The Death-Bed Marriage. The Daughter of Democracy Has at Last Married a "Nigger!" (A Radical Black Republican)
Refers to the choice of Thomas Greeley (Liberal Republican) as the Democrat's presidential candidate....
"Anything For Revenge!" - A La Commune.
The Insult Returned.
"Men and Brethren: The Cincinnatti Convention has proved a Fiasco, and it did not name the Next President!"...
"Let Us Clasp Hands Over the Bloody Chasm." - Horace Greeley
Refers to the Cincinatti Convention.
"A (mud) mountain was once greatly agitated. Loud Groans and Noises...
What I Know About Horace Greeley.
Horace Greeley and Jefferson Davis.
Will Robinson Crusoe (Sumner) Forsake His Man Friday?
The boats crew that is going over there.
What H.G. Knows About Thraeshing.
And now "he comes among us to ask that we adopt Him as our Party Chief!" -- New York World, June 6, 1872....
"If he still does think that all the vilest classes ('blacklegs, puligists, keepers of dens, criminals,...
[Horace Greeley statue.]
[Political cartoon featuring Horace Greeley.]
The Elephant and His Keepers.
The Great Exhibition of 1860.
An Heir to the Throne, Or the Next Republican Candidate.
"The Irrepressible Conflict".
Or the Republican Barge in Danger.
The "Last Ditch" of the Democratic Party.
Letting the Cat Out of the Bag!!
The Modern Colossus.
Eighth Wonder of the World. [Abby Folsom is to the left of Horace Greeley, reaching out to Martin Van...
The New "Confederate Cruiser."
The "Nigger" in the Woodpile.
A Philosopher in Ecstasy.
Political "Blondins" Crossing Salt River.
The Political Gymnasium.
The Rail Candidate.
Red Hot Republicans on the Democratic Gridiron.
"The San Domingo War Dance."
The Republican Party Going to the Right House.
A Run of Luck
Chappaqua Farm, Westchester County, N.Y.
The Residence of the Hon. Horace Greeley.
Broadway and 33rd St., Horace Greeley Monument, New York City.
[Horace Greeley Monument.]