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Martin Van Buren Papers: Series 3, Additional Correspondence, 1811-1853; Originals; 1835

Martin Van Buren Papers: Series 3, Additional Correspondence, 1811-1853; Originals; 1841

Martin Van Buren Papers: Series 3, Additional Correspondence, 1811-1853; Originals; 1843

Who's dat knockin' at de door?

James Buchanan and Harriet Lane Johnston Papers: Series IV: Additions, 1842-1867; Addition III; Correspondence, Buchanan to; Hunter, William, 1855

James Buchanan and Harriet Lane Johnston Papers: Series IV: Additions, 1842-1867; Addition III; State of the Union message, 1858, Dec. 3

Young, Rep. Hon. John D. of Ky

Cox, Hon. Jacob D. of Ohio

MacDougall, Hon. Clinton D. of N.Y. Capt. 75th N.Y. Inf., Lt. Col. 111th N.Y. Inf.

Interior of Tammany Hall, New York--the Democratic convention in session / From photographs by Rockwood and sketches by Theodore R. Davis.

Grand demonstration of the democracy in New York City, October 5, 1868

Pedro, D. of Brazil (1876)

Cox, Hon. Jacob D. of Ohio, Secty of Interior - Grant

Stranger things have happened. Hold on, and you may walk over the sluggish animal up there yet / Th. Nast.

Escaping from the old shell / J. Keppler.

Unwelcome passengers / J.A. Wales.

Uncle Sam's neglected farm / J. Keppler.

A new bull in the ring / F. Graetz.

The political Sodom and Gomorrah are doomed to destruction / F. Grätz.

"Evacuation day" March 4th, 1885 - a Democratic dream / Gillam.

The temptation / Gillam.

What 's in it? / Gillam.

The greatest show on earth - "who can ride the mule?" / J. Keppler.

A new way of "waking" the Democratic shaughraun / Gillam.

Democratic harmony under the Jeffersonian banner / J. Keppler.

Blundering again! / Gillam.

Barkis is willin' / Gillam.

With Puck's compliments to the Democratic National Convention at Chicago - 1884 / F. Graetz.

Nothing but wind! / F. Opper.

"A sail! A sail!!" / J. Keppler.

The rehabilitation of the Democratic party / Gillam.

The administration's hardest job / J. Keppler.

"To begin with, 'I'll paint the town red'" / Hamilton.

An experienced performer : Ring-master Platt--Now Chauncey, have you ever had any experience with an elephant before, sir? Clown-- No, sir, but I had a great deal of experience with a mule once

Restoring "prosperity" / Keppler, Jr.

"The country 's safe!" / Dalrymple.

In the cyclone cellar, - waiting for fair weather / Ehrhart.

Shut out again! - and all her own doing, too! / C.J. Taylor.

The two old parties have no use for her / Dalrymple.

Where they belong! / Keppler.

Don't jump! / F.M. Hutchins.

"I am a Democrat!" / C.J. Taylor.

The rival May parties / Dalrymple.

In the pantheon of the sun / Dalrymple.

Both satisfied / F.M. Hutchins.

Pride and humility / C.J. Taylor.

A desperate case of political dipsomania / Kep.

May the country be spared this pitiful sight! / Dalrymple.

Gone crazy / J.S. Pughe.

True democracy is safe! / C.J. Taylor.

A down-hill movement / C.J. Taylor.

He did not think so in '92 / Keppler.

Three happy old friends - hurrah for the thousandth number! / Keppler.

He keeps them worried / C.J. Taylor.

Still a donkey

Reed's rope / J.S. Pughe.

Sweet dreams / Keppler.

In a hole; - and no "issue" / J.S.P.

Opening of the Democratic dime museum for 1900 / J.S. Pughe.

A democratic indignation meeting / after a sketch by our special artist in Elysium ; Keppler.

The dogs and the moon / Keppler.

Jack ashore / Keppler.

A hard game of "follow your leader" / Keppler.

The vote of the gold democrats; -- their country's welfare before their party's welfare / Dalrymple.

A much-needed comedy element in the campaign of 1900 / Dalrymple.

Trying to float the old wreck / J.S. Pughe.

The old and the new / J.S. Pughe.

A political game / K.

Fire protection wanted / Keppler.

"The good doctor" / Dalrymple.

The dog in the manger / J.S. Pughe.

The self-made pope / K.

Viewed from Elysium / Keppler.

Twenty years after / J.S. Pughe.

Thanksgiving festivities / Keppler.

Who will get the credit? / Kep.

A hint to the Democratic platform makers / Keppler.

A hint to the Democratic Party / J.S. Pughe.

Cursing the heretics / J.S. Pughe.

The passing of Lent / J.S. Pughe.

The power behind the scare-crow / J.S. Pughe.

Wanted - another Moses / Kep.

Looking for help / J.S. Pughe.

Flirtation / Keppler.

The national bench show / J.S. Pughe.

His first bath / Keppler.

Puck's mid-summer outing at Harmony Park / J.S. Pughe.

Milking time / Keppler.

Mother Goose to date / Grant Hamilton.

The democratic microbes / P.

A chance at last / J.S. Pughe.

Out of reach / J.S.P.

But you can't make him drink / Keppler.

A chattering nuisance / J.S. Pughe.

A tight r[ac]e ahead / Keppler.

The rival pulpiteers / Keppler.

Awaiting the "third party"

The Democratic Moses and his selfmade commandments / Keppler.

The submarines; a tragic possibility of the political deep

Buster Bill, the Park Row cut-up / K.