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What a trifle may embroil nations! British lion to American eagle, "In the name of Queen Victoria, the royal family, and over a million of children, I demand his release." / Th. Nast.

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What a trifle may embroil nations! British lion to American eagle, "In the name of Queen Victoria, the royal family, and over a million of children, I demand his release." / Th. Nast.

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Sobbing, chiande elephant by sign "Barnum's American Dungeon", with America personified as eagle and Englad as lion.
Engraving by Th. Nast.
Illus. in: Harper's Weekly, (1882), p. 351.
This record contains unverified data from caption card.
Caption card tracings: Cruelty to animals; Publ. Ind.; Cartoons, U.S.; Animals Elephant; For. Rel.; Circus Barnum; Eagle (Symbol); Lion (Symbol).

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01/01/1882
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Nast, Thomas, 1840-1902.
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