Print shows Grover Cleveland, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing right, in oval. Title from item. (DLC/PP-1998:151.37) Forms part of: Marian S. Carson collection at the Library of Congress.
Print shows the Republican Party, laying down their arms, lead by Chester A. Arthur, with George M. Robeson, James G. Blaine, Roscoe Conkling, Whitelaw Reid, Carl Schurz, John Sherman, Charles J. Folger, Robert... more
Illustration shows the interior of a blacksmith's shop where Samuel Randall, Abram Hewitt, and Benjamin Butler are putting oversized shoes labeled "Protection, Free Trade, [and] Incidental Tariff" on a mule lab... more
Illustration shows Grover Cleveland, as William Tell, holding the hand of Franklin Edson, as his son, striding past a hat labeled "Tammany" perched atop a stick labeled "Ignorant Voters" around which Samuel S. ... more
Print shows a small, rustic room crowded with members of the Democratic Party, some dressed as old women, others drinking and smoking clay pipes; one man, the "Shaughraun" labeled "Democratic Party" is lying on... more
Illustration shows Ulysses S. Grant with his "Grant Boom" band comprised of Samuel J. Tilden, Lucius Q.C. Lamar, Roscoe Conkling, William W. Phelps, David Davis, James D. Cameron, John Sherman, James G. Blaine,... more
Parade for Governor Cleveland on his visit to Buffalo, New York, crowd along street and fireworks. Illus. in: Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, 1884 Oct. 11, p. 120.
Illustration shows a glum Thanksgiving Day feast with the downtrodden Republican presidential candidate James G. Blaine and his supporters "W.W. Phelps, [Roscoe Conkling at an open door], William Mahone, Cabot ... more
Illustration shows Grover Cleveland as a large tree labeled "Eucalyptus Clevelandus" with roots labeled "Honor" and "Honesty", and branches that spread over swamp land from which rise gaseous ghosts labeled "St... more
Print fragment shows a portrait of Andrew Jackson, a tree, and a harp with a banner above stating "Jacks[...]berty" and text below stating "For President of the United States. Grover Cleveland." Title from item... more
Illustration shows Charles A. Dana, editor of the "Sun", and Stephen B. Elkins, wearing a plumed hat, attempting to push an emaciated dog labeled "Clerical Slanderer" up steps leading to where Grover Cleveland ... more
After a large painting by Wilhelm von Kaulbach showing the "destruction of Jerusalem", this print shows the demise of the Republican Party with various Republicans, Mugwumps, Democrats, and allegorical figures,... more
Illustration shows the Puck figure for the "Independent" party standing on a raised platform, hoisting a flag that states "For President G. Cleveland" showing a portrait of Grover Cleveland, and a female figure... more
Illustration shows President Cleveland as Santa Claus standing in front of a fireplace where stockings are hung from the mantle; he has a large sack of toys labeled "Navy, Treasury, Interior, Justice, State, [a... more
Illustration shows an explosion at the "Claim Agency, Formerly Republican Head Quarters" with William M. Evarts peeking through the opening in the tent to survey the damage; several small kiosks labeled "Machin... more
Illustration shows newspaper editors James Gordon "Bennett" holding up a bust of Roscoe Conkling labeled "Sect. Interior" and a tray labeled "Bennett's Beauties" at his feet; Whitelaw "Reid" holding a tray labe... more
Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. 2 duplicate copies Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 160, Folder 18a. Copy scanned: 2
Head and shoulders portrait, facing right. Wood engraving after photograph by W.J. Baker. Illus. in: Harper's weekly, 1884 July 19, cover, p. 457.
Illustration shows Grover Cleveland as a lion with his paw on a monkey labeled "T. Grady" on top of a rock labeled "Civil Service Reform" near a small fire in which are roasting chestnuts labeled "City Spoils, ... more
Illustration shows Grover Cleveland riding the Democratic donkey past the "Republican R.R.R. Hotel" on the way to his inauguration; he is surrounded by a host of characters that includes many political figures ... more
Illustration shows a large group of politicians, newspaper editors, Tammany Hall bosses, and others, dressed as Native Americans, one carrying a banner that shows a crude drawing of the Tammany(?) tiger labeled... more
Illustration shows President Cleveland as Gulliver with a rope labeled "Good Policy" tied to the ships of the "Republican Party" and pulling them toward the opposite shore where a group of men, among them Ambas... more
Illustration shows President Cleveland stands directly behind a wall of flames labeled "Civil Service Reform"; behind him, working on the "Government Farm" are members of his cabinet, William C. Endicott with a... more
Illustration shows a scene inside "Cleveland's Clothing Establishment" where President Cleveland and Thomas F. Bayard are fitting a man labeled "Reform Democracy" with the "Thos. Jefferson Pattern", while cabin... more
Illustration shows the bow of a ship approaching a waterspout labeled "80ct $" and "$2,000,000 a Month", and a shark labeled "Panic"; along the side of the ship are President Cleveland as captain, and several m... more
Illustration shows a costume ball with a band of newspaper editors labeled "Herald, Sun, Staats-Zeitung, World, Times, [and] Evening Post" conducted by Puck; among those present are James G. Blaine, Whitelaw Re... more
Illustration shows Grover Cleveland as Christopher Columbus holding a map labeled "Route to Reform", aboard ship surrounded by mutinous sailors labeled "Bayard, Whitney, Eustis, Sterling, Hedden, Pulitzer, Blac... more
Illustration shows President Cleveland standing at a table, his right hand on a long document labeled "Declaration of Independence July 4th 1885" that trails off the table, stating "When, in the course of human... more
Illustration shows a street scene with three monks, Whitelaw Reid, James G. Blaine, and John Logan, walking a few steps ahead of a band of merry revelers composed of Puck, Puck's figure for the "Independent" pa... more
Illustration shows Grover Cleveland as a shepherd standing among his flock labeled "Treasury, Supreme Bench, Office, [and] Post Office", telling a well-dressed wolf, who has a piece of paper in his pocket label... more
Two cartoons: "No barrel, no loaves", showing chef standing by Tammany range; and "The country backs you, Mr. President!", showing woman, representing the people of the United States, standing by Grover Clevel... more
Cartoon showing "Democracy" portrayed as the devil holding a bucket labeled "Bourbon Principles" and a paintbrush (in which appears a profile caricature of Grover Cleveland), both dripping red paint with which ... more
Illustration shows Grover Cleveland as Hercules carrying a large club labeled "Honest Legislation", encountering a group of troublemakers along the "Administration Road" to "Success" seen in the distant backgro... more
Photograph showing President Grover Cleveland and his wife each inside heart shaped cut-outs. R13038 U.S. Copyright Office. Title from item. A.G. Bushnell, 114 Nassau Street, New York.
Title and other information transcribed from caption card. Illus. in: Frank Leslie's illustrated newspaper, vol. 63, no. 1624 (1886 Nov. 6), p. 181.
Photoprint copyrighted by C.M. Bell. No. 1. LC-USZ62-19406 is close variant. This record contains unverified data from caption card. Caption card tracings: Negroes Occupations; R.R. Pullman; Pres.; Ph. Ind.
Half lgth., facing right. Photo copyrighted by C.M. Bell. No. 5. This record contains unverified, old data from caption card. Caption card tracings: Photog. I.; Pres. I.; Shelf.
Political cartoon showing Thomas Brackett Reed as a boy, crying to Uncle Sam, with another boy pulling small wagon "pig iron, Kelley," while President Grover Cleveland trims "tariff, the protection hedge" to re... more
summary: In a special golden anniversary edition dated 26 November 1942, the Custer County Chief published this photograph with the headline "Plug Hat Group of Democrats and Mason City," and a cut line which re... more
Illus. in: Harper's Weekly, (1888 June 16), p. 442-3. Reference copy may be in LOT 4712. This record contains unverified, old data from caption card. Caption card tracings: Pol. conventions; Shelf.
V1695 U.S. Copyright Office. This record contains unverified data from PGA shelflist card. Associated name on shelflist card: Beckerman.
Building at the World's Columbian Exposition, Chicago, with insert of head-and-shoulders portrait of Grover Cleveland. 51630Y U.S. Copyright Office.