Illustration shows Theodore Shonts milking a cow labeled "Canal Commission" that is feeding on a mixture of hay and money labeled "Appropriation"; Shonts has a bucket labeled "Progress" between his knees. Willi... more
Photograph showing President Theodore Roosevelt, Vice President Fairbanks, and Secretary of War Taft, at White House lawn party.
Illustration shows a frenzy of activity as many politicians and capitalists join the labor forces to construct the Panama Canal; Theodore Shonts, chairman of the Isthmian Canal Commission, is standing on the ri... more
William Howard Taft standing at door of "the Presidency," holding paper from Justice Brewer recommending him for the Presidency, and saying, "I wonder if Justice Brewer was joking?"
Two political cartoons on one sheet: cartoon on left by Clifford Berryman published in the Washington Star, April 28, 1907, shows Taft leaving a dog labeled "Politics" behind in Washington, D.C., as he travels ... more
Illustration shows a vignette cartoon depicting ways to protect President Taft from the weather, the public, and from poisoning and other possible assassination methods. The "Reason", the cartoon states, is Vic... more
Illustration shows President William H. Taft kneeling on the arm of a rocking chair, with his arms around the shoulders of an elderly woman, labeled "Ultimate Consumer", who is knitting a large sock.
Illustration shows President William H. Taft offering a spoonful of "Square Revision" to an oversized child labeled "Infant Industries", telling her that if she doesn't take the medicine the "Free Trade" bug-a-... more
President William Howard Taft and his wife riding in horse-drawn carriage with mounted escort enroute to the White House after inauguration on March 4th.
Illustration shows Uncle Sam shaving with a razor labeled "Taft"; on the vanity is a straight-edge razor labeled "Roosevelt" showing the face of Theodore Roosevelt, also a cup of lather labeled "My Policies".