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AD: FISK TIRES, 1927.
American advertisement for Fisk Tires, 1927.
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JAMES FISK (1834-1872).
American stock-market speculator. Photographed in 1870.
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JAMES FISK (1834-1872).
American stock-market speculator Photographed in 1870.
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JAMES FISK (1834-1872).
American stock-market speculator. Photographed in 1870.
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THE FISK JUBILEE SINGERS.
Photographed in 1880.
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STAMP ACT PAMPHLET, 1764.
'Reasons why the British Colonies in America Should not be charged with Internal Taxes by Authority of Parliament,' a pamphlet arguing against the Stamp Act, written by Connecticut governor Thomas Fitch, printed and sold by Benjamin Mecom, nephew of Benjamin Franklin.
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BANK PANIC, 1869.
'What a Fall was There, My Countrymen!' Thomas Nast's cartoon comment on Wall Street's original Black Friday, the bank panic of 24 September 1869, caused by the efforts of Jay Gould and James Fisk to corner the gold market.
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WILD MEN OF WALL STREET.
'Giving the animals a little sunlight.' Published following Black Friday (September 24), this American newspaper cartoon of 1869 shows Charles A. Dana of The Sun newspaper from New York exposing to the public view the 'wild men' of Wall Street, chief among whom are Jim Fisk, Daniel Drew, and Jay Gould.
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0092992
FISK UNIVERSITY, 1868.
Fisk University, established in 1866 as a school for freedmen at Nashville, Tennessee. Wood engraving, American, 1868.
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0101291
SAMUEL LANGHORNE CLEMENS
(1835-1910). 'Mark Twain.' American writer and humorist. Waiting for a train at the Union Depot in Helena, Montana, Mark Twain, right, entertains Mrs. Henry Ward Beecher and Senator Wilbur Fisk Sanders, 5 August 1895.
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JAMES FISK (1834-1872).
American financier. Wood engraving, American, 1869, after a photograph by Mathew Brady.
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0265978
WILLIAM PITT (1708-1778).
Earl of Chatham. English statesman. Pitt's fatal collapse during a debate on American independence in the House of Lords, London, 7 April 1778. Wood engraving, English, c1870, after a drawing by William Henry Fisk.
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JAY GOULD (1836-1892).
American financier. Gould (left) and Jim Fisk milking the Erie Railraod: an American newspaper cartoon of 1869.
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CORNELIUS VANDERBILT
(1794-1877). American financier. 'The Statue Unveiled.' Cartoon depicting Vanderbilt the Colossus of Rhodes, watering the crossroads of the New York Central and the Hudson River Railroads, while holding a whip and horse reins. At left is competitor James Fisk, watering his line, the Erie Railroad. Lithograph by Currier and Ives, c1869.
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0046070
PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN, 1888.
Clinton A. Fisk and John A. Brooks as the Prohibition Party candidates for President and Vice President. Lithograph poster, 1888.
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0011979
JAMES FISK (1834-1872).
American stock market speculator. An American newspaper cartoon of 1869 published after James Fisk's failure to corner the gold market on Black Friday, 24 September 1869.
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0089183
NAST: TWEED RING CARTOON.
'The President of the United States and his Cabinet, for 1872.(?)' Cartoon by Thomas Nast from an American newspaper of August 1871, placing members of the Tweed Ring in cabinet posts as a possible outcome of the November election.
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JAMES FISK (1834-1872).
American stock-market speculator.
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CHICAGO: FISK STATION.
A turbine generator in the Fisk Street Generating Station in Chicago, built in 1903. Photograph, 1987.
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CHICAGO: FISK STATION.
Entrance to the Fisk Street Generating Station in Chicago, built in 1903.
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JAMES FISK (1834-1872).
American stock-market speculator. Photographed in 1870.
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0011978
JAMES FISK (1834-1872).
American stock-market speculator. An American newspaper cartoon of 1869 published after Fisk's failure to corner the gold market (Black Friday, 24 September 1869).
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0108181
VANDERBILT & FISK, c1870.
Vanderbilt (left): 'Now then Jim - No Jockeying You Know!' Fisk (right): 'Let Em Rip Commodore! But don't stop to water or you'll be beat.' Cartoon depicting American financiers, Cornelius Vanderbilt and James Fisk in a race for control of New York's railroads. Lithograph by Currier and Ives, c1870.
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0409724
AD: FISK CORD TIRES, 1919.
American advertisement for Fisk Cord Tires, 1919.
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0056991
JAMES FISK (1834-1872).
American financier. Wood engraving, American, 1869, after a photograph by Mathew Brady.
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0032486
CARTOON: BANK PANIC, 1869.
'What a Fall was There, My Countrymen!' Comment on Wall Street's Black Friday, the bank panic of 24 September, 1869, caused by the efforts of Jay Gould and James Fisk to corner the gold market. Cartoon by Thomas Nast, 1869.
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CARTOON: JAMES FISK, 1869.
American newspaper cartoon of 1869 published after James Fisk's failure to corner the gold market on Black Friday, 24 September 1869. Cartoon, 1869.