Cartoon showing Harrison using "campaign lemon squeezer" to squeeze political appointees into coins dropping into barrel "campaign fund".
Mrs. McKee, Mary Lodge McKee, Marthena Harrison, Mrs. Russell Harrison, and Baby McKee (Benjamin Harrison McKee), seated around table.
The New administration--visitors paying their respects to President Harrison at the White House. The presidential train "held up" at Harrisburg by a little son of Gov. Beaver, who takes a photograph of Gen. Harrison and family. Close of the ice-harvest--scenes on an ice-farm near Athens, on the Hudson River / from a sketch by Joseph Becker.
Cartoon showing Benjamin Harrison on Republican Party elephant labeled "Tannerism," which is tearing down civil service rules, as Theodore Roosevelt, Thompson, and C. Lyman try to restrain elephant by pulling o... more
Shows crowd entering White House through a door and exiting out an East Room window over a temporary bridge.
Cartoon showing Benjamin Harrison pulling "pension frauds" from mouth of dog "investigation of frauds" and Green Berry Raum pulling "Harrison" from chair "Rep administration".
Photograph showing enourmous painting of President Benjamin Harrison displayed on the side of a barn with the artist standing next to it. The artist signed the portrait "Berthrong Boston."
Print shows Uncle Sam reclining in a chair with his feet resting on a foot stool, on a table next to him are medications labeled "Tariff Reform Tonic" and "Repeal of Sherman Silver Law Elixir", on the floor nex... more
Print shows Uncle Sam using a pitchfork to pile up money labeled "$160,000,000.00 Yearly" as food for an elephant labeled "U.S. White Elephant" wearing a military hat labeled "Pensions".
"The people wanted a change, and they got it" - Benj. Harrison But the change was made in 1889, and we are still suffering from it - Puck.
Print shows, on the left, Grover Cleveland tipping his hat as he leaves office in 1889, after passing the key to a large safe labeled "U.S. Treasury" with a "Surplus $100,000,000 Dollars" to incoming president ... more
Print shows a group of conquistadors labeled "Hoar, Sherman, Depew, Harrison, Reed, McKinley [as Ponce de León], Wanamaker, W. Reid, Boutelle, [and] Foraker" gathered around a pool of water labeled "High Protec... more
Print shows an old woman with a broom labeled "Spoils System" evicting from the "Democratic Home" a young woman labeled "Civil Service Reform" carrying a bag labeled "Civil Service Laws"; on the street are Benj... more
Print shows Benjamin Harrison sitting atop a chimney, holding rods with metal tips, several others are tied to his body and his hat, hoping to get struck by a lightning bolt labeled "Republican Presidential Nom... more
Print shows Benjamin Harrison playing the "Communists' Chorus" on a large pipe organ, with "Tom Reed" and "McKinley" singing along; all are wearing liberty caps. Includes text of the chorus, which laments "The ... more
Print shows an old woman sitting on a bench, holding a purse labeled "G.O.P.", with Benjanim Harrison on the left and William McKinley on the right, vying for her attentions.
Print shows Columbia welcoming a group of ragged politicians, mostly Democrats, some no longer in office, and newspaper editors, to come in from the cold winter night and warm themselves by the fire and enjoy s... more
Print shows a race for the Republican presidential nomination between the tortoise labeled "Morton" and the hare(s) labeled "McKinley, Reed, [and] Harrison". Includes a revised version of the fable by Aesop.
Cartoon showing men, representing different newspapers, some with magnifying glasses, viewing presidential candidates, including Benjamin Harrison, William McKinley, Thomas Brackett Reed, William B. Allison, Bo... more
Print shows a vignette cartoon with various presidential candidates with their trappings, David B. Hill as "The Political Suburban Resident" overloaded with packages labeled "Low Political Jobs, Petty Schemes, ... more
Print shows a gallery where many presidential candidates are on display for the press; among the candidates are Jerry Simpson, William A. Peffer, Robert E. Pattison, David B. Hill, James E. Campbell, William C.... more
Print shows a large female figure holding a cornucopia labeled "Prosperity 1895", floating toward rays of light that illuminate industrial facilities; she hovers above a group of men gathered around a platform ... more
Print shows the interior of the "Bicycle - Academy" which offers "Special Facilities for Presidential Candidates", and trying out bicycles are several candidates labeled "Harrison, Sherman, Allison, Morton, Tom... more
Print shows an elderly woman sitting in a chair on a platform, instructing her students in lessons that have probably been taken from the "Republican Campaign Text Book" sitting on a table on the right, or from... more
Print shows a motherly female figure sitting on a bench holding a diminutive Levi P. Morton on her lap; standing at her feet is a diminutive Benjamin Harrison holding his hat.
Print shows the combined forces of the gold standard supporters, including some newspaper editors, and a reluctant William McKinley, marching under the standard "The Nation's Credit Must Be Upheld", toward a fo... more
Group of men, with Grover Cleveland, William McKinley, and Benjamin Harrison in foreground, with William McKinley holding up flag, "The national honor must be upheld!"