A complex and somewhat obscure satire celebrating the defeat of Dorrite Democrats in the Rhode Island state elections of spring 1843. The canvass was held the year following the successful suppression of the Do... more
Print shows Father Knickerbocker, symbolic figure of New York City, labeled "Greater New York" with a "Vote" in his pocket, deciding between the "Tammany" Tiger (John C. Sheehan?), on the left, representing "Sp... more
Don't you see that you are making me a great deal of trouble? / from a photo. by Miss Zaida Ben-Yûsuf.
Illustration for article entitled "Miss Wainwright's adventure, a mid-summer comedy of misunderstandings" by George Hibbard, shows two men and a woman in a jewelry store.
Illustration shows a group of senators dressed as Native Americans in a war dance around a totem pole with the face of President Theodore Roosevelt carved at the top.
Illustration shows a large gorilla-like monster with human head, clutching clusters of buildings labeled "Public Utilities, Competition, [and] Small Business" with his right arm and left leg, as he crushes a bu... more