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The next candidate for statehood / O'Neill.

The next candidate for statehood / O'Neill.

Illustration shows Columbia handing a dress labeled "Statehood" to a young woman labeled "New Mexico." Illus. in: Puck, v. 50, no. 1294 (1901 December 18), cover. Copyright 1901 by Keppler & Schwarzmann.

A map of Royal or Cape Breton I. from the best authorities

A map of Royal or Cape Breton I. from the best authorities

Relief shown by hachures. From the London Magazine, or, Gentleman's monthly (July 1747), volume XXVI, page 305. Includes illustrations. LC copy mounted on cloth backed paper. Available also through the Library ... More

A nincompoop : Or hen peck'd husband, Thomas Rowlandson

A nincompoop : Or hen peck'd husband, Thomas Rowlandson

It is supposed to be the day of rest and ease, and comfortable cits are taking their summer outings to suburban resorts. A buxom city wife is sailing along with an air like a tragedy queen, fanning herself as s... More

Title Page, Rowlandson's Caricature Magazine, Vol. 5. Georgian era 1714 - 1737

Title Page, Rowlandson's Caricature Magazine, Vol. 5. Georgian era 171...

Thomas Rowlandson (British, London 1757–1827 London) Thomas Rowlandson - English caricaturist of the 18th and early 19th centuries Britain, known for his humor, caricatures, satirical drawings, and watercolors... More

A Henri Rochefort / Il reviendra !! / Chanson patriotique

A Henri Rochefort / Il reviendra !! / Chanson patriotique

Documents sur Boulanger II (Serie's title)

[Dr. Davidson M. D.] - Early photography, Public domain image

[Dr. Davidson M. D.] - Early photography, Public domain image

Public domain photograph by Hill Adamson, 19th-century Scotland, artistic early photography, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description Adam Hill was a Scottish photographer known for h... More

Argyle Gate, St Andrews - Early photography, Public domain image

Argyle Gate, St Andrews - Early photography, Public domain image

Public domain photograph by Hill Adamson, 19th-century Scotland, artistic early photography, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description Adam Hill was a Scottish photographer known for h... More

[Lady Mary Hamilton (Campbell) Ruthven]

[Lady Mary Hamilton (Campbell) Ruthven]

Public domain photograph by Hill Adamson, 19th-century Scotland, artistic early photography, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description Adam Hill was a Scottish photographer known for h... More

Skating on the Schuylkill Bispham del

Skating on the Schuylkill Bispham del

Print shows a young man and a young woman ice skating on the Schuylkill River, with a fallen young boy, a dog, and a sled in the foreground, and many people skating in the background. Illus. from: Godey's lady... More

AST-22-1872 - Apollo Soyuz Test Project - Apollo Soyuz Test Project, Out of Focus, Underexposed

AST-22-1872 - Apollo Soyuz Test Project - Apollo Soyuz Test Project, O...

The original database describes this as: Description: Apollo Soyuz Test Project (ASTP),Out of Focus,Underexposed. Image taken on Revolution 135. Original Film Magazine: CX-13,Laboratory Roll 22; Camera Data: H... More

Ascension de Madame Garnerin, le 28 mars 1802

Ascension de Madame Garnerin, le 28 mars 1802

French fashion magazine caricature shows fashionably dressed spectators watching Jeanne-Geneviève Garnerin fly in a balloon. A few years earlier, Garnerin had been the first woman to ascend in a balloon without... More

JARDINAGE BASSE COUR/HORTICULTURE ARBORICULTURE/ CULTURE MARAICHERE/ PLANS DE JARDINS, ELEVAGE DES ANIMAUX/ APICULTURE, FLEURS & PLANTES NOUVELLES/ MODELES D'HABITATIONS RURALES, PISCICULTURE/ JOURNAL/ LA/ MAISON DE CAMPAGNE/ 18è ANNEE

JARDINAGE BASSE COUR/HORTICULTURE ARBORICULTURE/ CULTURE MARAICHERE/ P...

Affiche Signature - S.B.D.: " J Chéret " Lettre - " JARDINAGE BASSE COUR/HORTICULTURE ARBORICULTURE/ CULTURE MARAICHERE/ PLANS DE JARDINS, ELEVAGE DES ANIMAUX/ APICULTURE, FLEURS & PLANTES NOUVELLES/ MODELES D'... More

At last, Conkling does make the "greatest effort of his life,"

At last, Conkling does make the "greatest effort of his life,"

Public domain reproduction of political cartoon, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description

Jay Gould's private bowling alley

Jay Gould's private bowling alley

Print shows Jay Gould bowling on Wall Street using bowling balls labeled " Private Press, General Unscrupulousness, False Reports, [and] Trickery" to knock down pins labeled "Banker, Small Operator, Speculator,... More

The Monitor / H. Sandham.. 19th century, Library of Congress collection

The Monitor / H. Sandham.. 19th century, Library of Congress collectio...

Hydraulic mining for gold in California. Illustration by Henry Sandham. Illus. in: The Century illustrated monthly magazine; 1883 Jan., p. 325. Reference copy also available in LOT 4397-H.

Caricature, The same old boom / F. Graetz., public domain cartoon image

Caricature, The same old boom / F. Graetz., public domain cartoon imag...

Illustration shows Charles A. Dana blowing a large bubble that shows the face of Samuel J. Tilden; Dana is using "Sun Soap", "Iroquois Club Suds", and a pipe labeled with a "$"; in the background, the sun is vi... More

The feuds of the dudes / F. Opper.

The feuds of the dudes / F. Opper.

Illustration shows two dandies walking with their bodyguards who are large, muscular men carrying boxing gloves, one wears a "Champion Belt". Caption: Let them hire "sluggers" to protect them. Illus. from Puck... More

Le ballon rédaction et bureaux A. Brissonnet ... Paris.

Le ballon rédaction et bureaux A. Brissonnet ... Paris.

Clipping from an unknown book or magazine advertises the French aeronautical journal "Le ballon" and illustrates various means of flight including an ornithopter, early balloons and an airship. Text on verso a... More

A tail they can't twist / Gillam.

A tail they can't twist / Gillam.

Print shows Samuel S. Cox, Abram S. Hewitt, and William E. Robinson (waving a paper that states "The demands of 20,000,000 Irish-Americans") pulling on the tail of the British Lion who is resting its front paws... More

Paris illustré, "Aux Environs de Paris"

Paris illustré, "Aux Environs de Paris"

Public domain reproduction of artwork in Metropolitan Museum of Art, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description

The old fox nailed up at last / F. Opper.

The old fox nailed up at last / F. Opper.

Illustration shows former Confederate general Fitzhugh Lee standing next to the fox hide labeled "The Old Virginia Fox, Mahone" that he has nailed to a door; behind the door is a saddle labeled "The Treason-Sta... More

The patriot and the politician / Gillam.

The patriot and the politician / Gillam.

Illustration shows John Sherman pasting a portion of his Mt. Gilead speech that states "The Solid South held together in political fellowship by crimes, violence and fraud" onto a Ulysses S. Grant monument that... More

Good men on a bad platform / Zimmerman.

Good men on a bad platform / Zimmerman.

Illustration shows three men labeled "Wadsworth, Davenport, [and] Genl. Carr" hanging onto each other, standing on "The One Solid Plank" labeled "Financial & Civil-Service-Reform Resolutions" of a shaky platfor... More

Andre Gill - La Lune - Edmond About

Andre Gill - La Lune - Edmond About

La Lune. Nouvelle série. N°77. 25 août 1867. (Group title) Périodique de quatre pages et une couverture, une estampe sur la couverture (QB.4280-1), et une seconde en page 4 (QB.4280-2) Tampon - Au recto : "Legs... More

Puck magazine cover - "Her resolute opposition" / G.E. Ciani.

Puck magazine cover - "Her resolute opposition" / G.E. Ciani.

Illustration shows Queen Victoria standing on her throne labeled "England" at the edge of the sea, holding a broom labeled "My Prerogative", and sweeping against ocean waves labeled "Home Rule" and "Democracy" ... More

The coming woman. The bostonian.

The coming woman. The bostonian.

A woman stands holding a magazine. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Century for January, Lovey Mary

Century for January, Lovey Mary

An woman holding a bucket talks to a girl. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

The chapbook, Claude Fayette Bragdon

The chapbook, Claude Fayette Bragdon

A figure holds the Earth in its hand surrounded by the signs of the Zodiac. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

The Boston Sunday herald, Feb. 10. A special number for ladies.

The Boston Sunday herald, Feb. 10. A special number for ladies.

A woman is reading. Courtesy of Boston Public Library Public domain scan of a magazine cover, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description

A Physick for Fools. Single copies, five cents

A Physick for Fools. Single copies, five cents

The bauble. Date of publication supplied by Library staff. Forms part of the Artist poster filing series (Library of Congress) Promotional goal: U.S. D41. 189-

No rioters need apply! / C.J. Taylor.

No rioters need apply! / C.J. Taylor.

Print shows an "Honest Laborer", with a "Savings Book" in his coat pocket, and his family sitting around a table at dinner and an agitator who is trying to incite him to adopt the violent practices of anarchy. ... More

Harper's for June / Edward Penfield.

Harper's for June / Edward Penfield.

Poster shows woman picking roses and holding a copy of Harper's New Monthly.

The greatest race of the yachting season / Dalrymple.

The greatest race of the yachting season / Dalrymple.

Print shows President Cleveland at the helm labeled "Congress" of a yacht labeled "Repeal" in a race against British Prime Minister William E. Gladstone who is holding an oar labeled "House of Commons Majority"... More

Harper's August / Edward Penfield., Harpers magazine posters

Harper's August / Edward Penfield., Harpers magazine posters

Man with umbrella and copy of Harper's Monthly, standing in a plaza, facing left. Promotional goal: U.S. D42. 1893.

Edward Penfield - Harper's: September

Edward Penfield - Harper's: September

Edward Penfield (American, Brooklyn, New York 1866–1925 Beacon, New York)

Edward Penfield - Harper's for May, Harpers magazine posters

Edward Penfield - Harper's for May, Harpers magazine posters

Forms part of the Artist poster filing series (Library of Congress) Promotional goal: U.S. D42. 1894

In his second childhood / C.J. Taylor.

In his second childhood / C.J. Taylor.

Print shows George F. Hoar in the "Senatorial Nursery" as an oversized infant strapped into a chair, watching a young boy, a Senate "Page", manipulate a jumping jack toy that is labeled "Queen Lil", the deposed... More

Caricature, No income tax! / C.J.T., public domain cartoon image

Caricature, No income tax! / C.J.T., public domain cartoon image

Print shows a scene at the "Income Tax Office" with a crowd clamoring at the door where a notice states "One at a Time"; inside, a wealthy man is standing by a desk, on the floor at his feet, in his hat, are pa... More

Pocket magazine: So handy, I'll put it in my pocket! Type so large I can read it by moonlight

Pocket magazine: So handy, I'll put it in my pocket! Type so large I c...

A.W.B. Lincoln, artist. Forms part of the Artist poster filing series (Library of Congress) Promotion goal: U.S. K9. 1895

Uncle Sam's church by John Bell Bouton

Uncle Sam's church by John Bell Bouton

Uncle Sam reads the Declaration of Independence to Miss Liberty, Courtesy of Boston Public Library

The bookman, literary journal. April number now ready

The bookman, literary journal. April number now ready

Artist's pictograph at lower right corner. Forms part of the Artist poster filing series (Library of Congress) Promotional goal: U.S. D41. 1895

The Boston Sunday Hearld - ladies want it Feb. 24 / Boston Eng. Co. ; E. Reed.

The Boston Sunday Hearld - ladies want it Feb. 24 / Boston Eng. Co. ; ...

Print shows a portrait of a woman, half-length, right profile, sitting, reading a newspaper, with flowers in the background. Possibly a self-portrait by artist Ethel Reed. Exhibited: "Craft and Modernity : Pro... More

Overland Monthly: December - Public domain dedication. Metropolitan Museum of Art image.

Overland Monthly: December - Public domain dedication. Metropolitan Mu...

Lafayette Maynard Dixon (American, 1875–1946) Public domain scan of American 19th-century print, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description

The century, midsummer holiday number

The century, midsummer holiday number

A woman sits with a leaf fan over her head, sunflowers in the background. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Edward Penfield - April, May, June, 1897

Edward Penfield - April, May, June, 1897

Edward Penfield (American, Brooklyn, New York 1866–1925 Beacon, New York)

It's no use kicking, he must obey his boss / C.J. Taylor.

It's no use kicking, he must obey his boss / C.J. Taylor.

Print shows Thomas C. Platt waving his top hat while riding on the back of a bucking donkey labeled "Tribune" and with the face of Whitelaw Reid, in the ring at the "G.O.P. Circus"; among those in the audience ... More

Puck magazine cover - Puck Christmas 1896 / C.J. Taylor.

Puck magazine cover - Puck Christmas 1896 / C.J. Taylor.

Print shows Santa Claus holding a tankard and sitting on a large chair with Puck, holding the "Christmas Number", sitting next to him; their feet rest on a sack of toys. Illus. from Puck, v. 40, no. 1031, (189... More

Edward Penfield - Harper's: May

Edward Penfield - Harper's: May

Edward Penfield (American, Brooklyn, New York 1866–1925 Beacon, New York)

Caricature, Cupid's candidate / F. Opper., public domain cartoon image

Caricature, Cupid's candidate / F. Opper., public domain cartoon image

Print shows former Benjamin Harrison holding a bouquet of flowers and with a floral garland around his neck, with which Cupid has lassoed him. Illus. from Puck, v. 38, no. 988, (1896 February 12), cover. Copyr... More

Puck magazine cover - The free silver jabberwock / Keppler.

Puck magazine cover - The free silver jabberwock / Keppler.

Print shows a gigantic man labeled "Free Silverite" with the wings of a bat and the tail of a dragon, emerging from a dark forest carrying papers that state "Free Silver and Repudiation" and bearing down on a k... More

The century for March, Art Nouveau Poster

The century for March, Art Nouveau Poster

Two women wearing blue cloaks stand beneath a tree. The cloaked figure of woman at left begins to shed cloak at right. Courtesy of Boston Public Library

Puck magazine cover - He'll never catch it / Keppler.

Puck magazine cover - He'll never catch it / Keppler.

Print shows David B. Hill as an arctic seal hunter anxiously sitting on a block of ice next to a hole, holding a harpoon labeled "Peanut Politics", waiting for a seal; behind him a seal labeled "Dem. Presidenti... More

Edward Penfield - Harper's: March

Edward Penfield - Harper's: March

Edward Penfield (American, Brooklyn, New York 1866–1925 Beacon, New York)

The reading room --  Bates Hall

The reading room -- Bates Hall

Illustration drawing shows the interior of the reading room of the Boston Public Library, Bates Hall, named in honor of donor Joshua Bates and designed by Charles Follen McKim. The barrel vault ceiling runs the... More

Lippincott's September J.J. Gould

Lippincott's September J.J. Gould

Poster shows a woman in a green dress sitting at a red table with the September issue of Lippincott's Monthly Magazine. Signed: J.J. Gould, lower right. Place and name of publisher, date of publication supplie... More

The Pocket magazine. June 1896. The count and little certrud. S.R. Crockett

The Pocket magazine. June 1896. The count and little certrud. S.R. Cro...

Signed: G.W.E. Forms part of the Artist poster filing series (Library of Congress) Promotion goal: U.S. D41. 1896. Gift; J.H. Corning estate.

No rest for the wicked / J.S. Pughe.

No rest for the wicked / J.S. Pughe.

Print shows a man beating a large drum labeled "Salvation Army" and a woman playing the cymbals in a street in the middle of the night, disturbing the sleep of everyone in the neighborhood. Illus. from Puck, v... More

In the path of the privateer / K.

In the path of the privateer / K.

Print shows a female figure labeled "Spirit of the 19th Century" rising out of the water to halt a small gunboat flying a Spanish flag labeled "Privateer" with a Spanish buccaneer aboard. Illus. from Puck, v. ... More

The sphinx of the period / Keppler.

The sphinx of the period / Keppler.

Print shows Puck standing on wooden scaffolding in front of the bow of a huge new battleship in drydock with a large sphinx on the deck between the big guns. Illus. from Puck, v. 43, no. 1103, (1898 April 27),... More

A puzzle for the Populists / Keppler.

A puzzle for the Populists / Keppler.

Print shows John Jacob Astor wearing a military uniform and carrying a flag that states "On to Manila. Astor's Mountain Battery" and a sword, and holding the reins to many mules carrying cannon barrels, as he l... More

One of the causes / Keppler. - Public domain print

One of the causes / Keppler. - Public domain print

Print shows Uncle Sam and John Bull ice skating with a young woman labeled "American Girl" skating between them. Caption: The American girl is drawing them closer together. Illus. from Puck, v. 44, no. 1138, (... More

Col. Roosevelt tells the story of the Rough Riders in Scribner's Magazine ... January Scribner's / H.C. Christy.

Col. Roosevelt tells the story of the Rough Riders in Scribner's Magaz...

Advertisement poster for Scribner's magazine, showing Theodore Roosevelt, full-length portrait, standing, in uniform, with left hand on hip. Copyright by Charles Scribner's sons. Promotional goal: U.S.D42. 1898.

A lesson of the last strikes / J.S. Pughe.

A lesson of the last strikes / J.S. Pughe.

Print shows a man labeled "Organized Labor" climbing the steps to a building labeled "Law, Prosperity, [and] Order", when a bomb labeled "Dynamite Argument" that explodes in his face. Illus. from Puck, v. 46, ... More

Puck magazine cover - Heeding history's warning / Dalrymple.

Puck magazine cover - Heeding history's warning / Dalrymple.

Print shows Admiral George Dewey sitting on a chair amid newspaper headlines proclaiming "Dewey is the Man", "Daily Press. Dewey for President", and "For President George Dewey suggested by Yellow Journals"; th... More

A young head on old shoulders / Keppler.

A young head on old shoulders / Keppler.

Print shows Puck tugging on the coattails of Theodore Roosevelt's coat, telling him to think before he speaks; Roosevelt is delivering a campaign speech from a platform. Caption: Puck Governor, don't forget t... More

Caricature, Our Don Quixote / Dalrymple., public domain cartoon image

Caricature, Our Don Quixote / Dalrymple., public domain cartoon image

Print shows William Jennings Bryan as Don Quixote, riding the democratic donkey and carrying a broom labeled "Anti-Trust Guff" through a landscape of windmills labeled "Trust". Illus. from Puck, v. 46, no. 118... More

Puck magazine cover - A tempting opportunity / Keppler.

Puck magazine cover - A tempting opportunity / Keppler.

Print shows the British Lion attempting to put out the flames of a campfire labeled "South African War"; in the background are two figures labeled "Russia" and "France", holding large pincers, who are pondering... More

Puck magazine cover - The struggle for life / Dalrymple.

Puck magazine cover - The struggle for life / Dalrymple.

Illustration showing "Teddy" Roosevelt, in his rough-rider uniform, being drawn to "Vice Presidential Waters" by four women labeled "North," "East," "South," [and] "West." Illus. in: Puck, v. 47, no. 1210 (190... More

Caricature, The "fake" beggar / Keppler., public domain cartoon image

Caricature, The "fake" beggar / Keppler., public domain cartoon image

Illustration shows William Jennings Bryan with a prosthesis labeled "Anti-Expansion" attached to the knee on his right leg, which is labeled "16 to 1" and walking with the aid of a wooden cane labeled "Populism... More

Caricature, He can't see them / Dalrymple., public domain cartoon image

Caricature, He can't see them / Dalrymple., public domain cartoon imag...

Illustration shows William Jennings Bryan carrying a banner that states "16 to 1 will help you" and Adlai E. Stevenson carrying a banner that states "I ran with Cleveland, vote for me", standing in front of a g... More

Caricature, Investors beware! / Dalrymple., public domain cartoon image

Caricature, Investors beware! / Dalrymple., public domain cartoon imag...

Illustration shows investors drowning in rough seas labeled "Wall Street," and "Speculation," and a tophat labeled "Ingenuous Investor" caught in a whirlpool labeled "Iron and Steel Trust." Illus. in: Puck, v.... More

The summer version of "Pay! Pay!! Pay!!!" / Dalrymple.

The summer version of "Pay! Pay!! Pay!!!" / Dalrymple.

Illustration shows a larger-than-life-sized African American man labeled "Head Waiter," standing at the entrance to the "Dining Room," receiving a tip from a well-to-do man standing at the head of a long line o... More

Another of our exports; - the American fortune / Ehrhart.

Another of our exports; - the American fortune / Ehrhart.

Illustration shows an "Absentee Millionaire" standing on land labeled "Europe" spraying money from a hose connected to an "American Hydrant source of income"; suggesting that wealthy Americans spend more money ... More

Poster - Sunset Magazine: May - Public domain lithograph

Poster - Sunset Magazine: May - Public domain lithograph

Henry Patrick Raleigh (American, Portland, Oregon 1880–1944 New York) Public domain scan of a magazine cover, free to use, no copyright restrictions image - Picryl description

Speculative / Gallaway.. Book illustration from Library of Congress

Speculative / Gallaway.. Book illustration from Library of Congress

Illustration shows two young Irish women talking at a stand selling "Soda Water" next to a busy city street. Caption: Maggie He's going ter buy me an autermobile - dat's wat! / Katie An autermobile, eh? An' ... More

Caricature, Flirtation / Keppler., public domain cartoon image

Caricature, Flirtation / Keppler., public domain cartoon image

Illustration shows William Jennings Bryan escorting an old woman labeled "Dem. Party" on his right arm; coming up behind them is "A.B. Parker", well-dressed, wearing a top hat and overcoat. Illus. in: Puck, v.... More

Scribner's for September... pictures of big game in Wyoming

Scribner's for September... pictures of big game in Wyoming

Printed by Grignard. Forms part of the Artist poster filing series (Library of Congress) Promotion goal: U.S. D41. 1903.

Puck magazine cover - The age of prosperity / Gallaway.

Puck magazine cover - The age of prosperity / Gallaway.

Illustration shows two old farmers talking on the platform at a train station; they are concerned about farm boys leaving the farms for the city, as well as mortgages being held by banks outside the local commu... More

Puck magazine cover - A revelation in revolutions / Kep.

Puck magazine cover - A revelation in revolutions / Kep.

Illustration shows Uncle Sam with a bundle of papers labeled "Canal Plans" patting a diminutive man, wearing a hat labeled "Panama", on the shoulder. The man smiles broadly and is leaning on a large sword. Cana... More

Langley Airship, George Grantham Bain Collection

Langley Airship, George Grantham Bain Collection

Photograph shows the attempted flight of the aircraft the Langley Aerodrome, on October 7, 1903, which ended when it fell into the water upon launch. The aircraft was designed by Smithsonian Institution Secreta... More

Woodman, spare that tree, touch not a single bough. Funds would be scarce if we should "run amuck" -- just now / J.S. Pughe.

Woodman, spare that tree, touch not a single bough. Funds would be sca...

Illustration shows President Theodore Roosevelt stopping Philander Chase Knox from cutting down a tree labeled "The Trusts" with an ax labeled "Anti-Trust Laws". A chip of wood labeled "Merger Decision" lies on... More

Puck Thanksgiving 1904 / L.M. Glackens., Puck magazine cover

Puck Thanksgiving 1904 / L.M. Glackens., Puck magazine cover

Illustration shows a young woman with a shotgun over her left shoulder and carrying a dead turkey. Illus. in: Puck, v. 56, no. 1447 (1904 November 23), cover. Copyright 1904 by Keppler & Schwarzmann.

The sands of time / J.S. Pughe.

The sands of time / J.S. Pughe.

Illustration shows Mars, the Roman god of war, waiting for the establishment of protocols and the Japanese occupation of "Korea" to be completed before the sands in an hourglass shift from "Peace" to "War"; "Ch... More

Putting the screws on him / Keppler.

Putting the screws on him / Keppler.

Illustration shows George B. Cortelyou turning a vice to squeeze money for Theodore Roosevelt's campaign from a bloated man labeled "The Trusts". Illus. in: Puck, v. 56, no. 1444 (1904 November 2), cover. Copy... More

Mr. Sisyphus Cortelyou rolling it up / Keppler.

Mr. Sisyphus Cortelyou rolling it up / Keppler.

Illustration shows George Cortelyou, Chairman of the Republican National Committee, as Sisyphus rolling a large boulder labeled "Majority for Roosevelt" up a steep hill. Illus. in: Puck, v. 56, no. 1437 (1904 ... More

Puck Magazine Illustration - Harris and Ewing, Washington, D.C.

Puck Magazine Illustration - Harris and Ewing, Washington, D.C.

A cartoon of a man sitting at a desk, Library of Congress Harris and Ewing collection Portraits and news photographs by Washington, D.C.-based firm, showing people, events, architecture in Washington, D.C. and... More

Spurring him on / Ehrhart. - Political cartoon, public domain image

Spurring him on / Ehrhart. - Political cartoon, public domain image

Illustration shows a well-dressed couple discussing the amount of money a jockey earned the previous racing season; the woman suggests that since her husband is much larger than the jockey, then he should be ab... More

Puck magazine cover - The official scapegoat / Keppler.

Puck magazine cover - The official scapegoat / Keppler.

Illustration shows an unidentified man sitting in a chair in a cell at Sing Sing Prison, he has changed out of his prison uniform, into a business suit, and is doling out money by the scoop-ful in return for "B... More

A voice from the past / Frank A. Nankivell.

A voice from the past / Frank A. Nankivell.

Illustration shows the ghost of Louis XVI of France warning Nicholas II of Russia to not make a hasty decision regarding the imprisoned writer Maxim Gorky and to heed the "Petition" and impassioned pleas for hi... More

Mr. Orpheus of Boston / Kep. - Drawing. Public domain image.

Mr. Orpheus of Boston / Kep. - Drawing. Public domain image.

Illustration shows Thomas W. Lawson, as Orpheus, playing a lyre while sitting beneath a tree on a hillside in a pastoral setting, in the foreground are William A. Rockefeller, James R. Keene, J. Edward Addicks,... More

Puck's valentines / J.S. Pughe., Puck magazine cover

Puck's valentines / J.S. Pughe., Puck magazine cover

Illustration shows at center a valentine card featuring President Theodore Roosevelt as cupid surrounded by other valentines featuring two European leaders (William II of Germany and Nicholas II of Russia), a p... More

HEARST, WILLIAM RANDOLPH - Public domain photograph, glass negative

HEARST, WILLIAM RANDOLPH - Public domain photograph, glass negative

A black and white photo of a man in a suit, Library of Congress Harris and Ewing collection Title from unverified caption data received with the Harris & Ewing Collection. Date span based on active dates of Ha... More

Puck magazine cover - The large-ical candidate / Zim.

Puck magazine cover - The large-ical candidate / Zim.

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?" Illus. in: Judge, v. 51, 190... More

The latest thing in nightmares / J.S.P.

The latest thing in nightmares / J.S.P.

Illustration shows a frightened man lying in bed, pulling up a blanket labeled "The Senate"; he sees in the darkness the spectacles and toothy grin of President Theodore Roosevelt. There is a glowing lamp on a ... More

"Mon Dieu! Are there any more at home like you?" / J.S. Pughe.

"Mon Dieu! Are there any more at home like you?" / J.S. Pughe.

Illustration shows rats Richard A. "McCurdy" and his son-in-law Louis A. "Thebaud" swimming ashore, rat James H. "Hyde" has already made it to shore labeled "France" where another rat, Judge "Andy Hamilton" is ... More

[Still Life with Horse Chestnut Flowers, Lamp and Urn]

[Still Life with Horse Chestnut Flowers, Lamp and Urn]

Heinrich Kühn (June 20, 1866 - July 31, 1944) was an Austrian photographer considered one of the most important figures of early 20th-century photography. He is known for his elegant and highly stylized photogr... More

A tip to Fatima Ted / Kep. - Public domain dedication image

A tip to Fatima Ted / Kep. - Public domain dedication image

Illustration shows a gigantic figure of Bluebeard labeled "Protected Monopolies" holding a set of keys identified as the "Keys to Rate Regulation, Meat Inspection, Pure Food and Anti-Trust Laws"; he is speaking... More

The Circle, Xmas 1907 - American Art Poster

The Circle, Xmas 1907 - American Art Poster

Printed by Quadri-Color Co., N.Y. Forms part of the Artist poster filing series (Library of Congress) Promotion goal: U.S. D41. 1907

[Tea Still-life, Version III]. Getty Museum public domain dedication.

[Tea Still-life, Version III]. Getty Museum public domain dedication.

Heinrich Kühn (June 20, 1866 - July 31, 1944) was an Austrian photographer considered one of the most important figures of early 20th-century photography. He is known for his elegant and highly stylized photogr... More

The charliebear / Kep. - Political cartoon, public domain image

The charliebear / Kep. - Political cartoon, public domain image

Illustration shows Charles W. Fairbanks as a teddy bear. Caption: Devised by the publicity department of the Fairbanks boom, to counteract the alarming popularity of the teddybear. Illus. in: Puck, v. 61, no. ... More

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