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PULLMAN STRIKE CARTOON.
'The Vanguard of Anarchy.' Cartoon by W.A. Rogers, July 1894, potraying Eugene V. Debs, Governor Atlgeld of Illinois, Governor Wait of Colorado, and Senator William Alfred Peffer of Kansas, as fools and clowns.
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0008504
TEDDY ROOSEVELT CARTOON.
'The Big Stick in the Caribbean Sea.' President Theodore Roosevelt enforcing his concept of the Monroe Doctrine by having a U.S. naval flotilla steam from one Caribbean port to another. Cartoon, 1904, by W.A. Rogers.
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0058307
HARRISON CARTOON, 1888.
Republican Presidential candidate Benjamin Harrison portrayed as beholden to the moneyed interests of the country. Cartoon, 1888, by W.A. Rogers.
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0089330
NEW YORK: HEAT WAVE, 1883.
Tenement dwellers trying to get some sleep outside on a sweltering summer night. Line engraving after W.A. Rogers, 1883.
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0233863
MILITARY.
Cuba Spanish-American War Attack by the 'Rough Riders' at Las Guasimas near Santiago under the command of Colonel Leonard Wood and later President Theodore Roosevelt (2nd from left with glasses). - contemporary illustration by W.A. Rogers - - 24.06.1898.
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0089484
CARTOON: MONOPOLY, 1888.
'The Modern Buccaneers.' Monopoly, in the form of a pirate ship, sinking the competition. American cartoon by W.A. Rogers, 1888.
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0057057
MONROE DOCTRINE CARTOON.
'Uncle Sam - That's A Live Wire, Gentlemen!' A 1902 cartoon by W.A. Rogers on German and British claims against Venezuela and President Theodore Roosevelt's intentions to resist proposed German attempts to occupy Venezuelan territory.
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0060150
BOXER REBELLION CARTOON.
'The Dragon's Choice': Cartoon by W.A. Rogers from HW, August 1900, showing a firm Uncle Sam offering the Chinese Dragon a choice between war and peace at the height of the Boxer Rebellion.
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0053190
OKLAHOMA LAND RUSH, 1891.
Oklahoma homesteaders at the start of the rush to stake their claims to former Indian lands, 22 September 1891. Contemporary line engraving after W.A. Rogers.
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0090081
FARMER AND TRUST CARTOON.
'Nothing but Feed and Fight.' Farmer Jonathan (Uncle Sam) gets ready to fight trusts invading his fields. American cartoon by W.A. Rogers, 1887.
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0004994
FRANZ SCHUBERT (1797-1828).
Austrian composer. Wood engraving after a painting, 1875, by Wilhelm August Rieder.
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0091973
MONOPOLY CARTOON, 1887.
'A Huge Feeder, But A Poor Milker.' American cartoon by W.A. Rogers, 1887, on the inefficiencies in the U.S. economy resulting from monopolies.
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0090148
ROOSEVELT-TAFT CARTOON.
'Those Are only to Look at.' Secretary of War William Howard Taft is eyeing boots, White House style, while President Theodore Roosevelt is helping him into Supreme Court slippers. American cartoon by W.A. Rogers, 1906.
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0087051
CUBA: INTERNMENT CAMPS.
Cuban civilians are driven into 'reconcentration camps,' established, 1897, by the Spanish governor, General Valeriano Weyler, in an effort to quell the insurgency. Drawing by W.A. Rogers from an contemporary American newspaper.
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0007185
PANAMA CANAL CARTOON.
'The News Reaches Bogota.' Cartoon, 1903, by W.A. Rogers from the New York 'Herald,' showing President Theodore Roosevelt rudely presenting Colombia with the fait accompli of his Panama Canal Zone treaty with the new republic of Panama.
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0005991
EUGENE DEBS (1855-1926).
Eugene Victor Debs. American Socialist leader. 'King Debs.' American cartoon by W.A. Rogers, 1894, on the support given by Eugene Debs' American Railway Union to the strikers of the Pullman Palace Car Company.
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0089783
ROOSEVELT CARTOON, 1906.
'The Busy Showman.' President Theodore Roosevelt as a circus ringmaster controlling Congress with his big stick. American cartoon by W.A. Rogers, 1906.
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0089388
OCEAN GROVE FERRY, 1878.
Vacationers at Ocean Grove on the New Jersey coast cross Wesley Lake standing on a flatbottomed ferry pulled by cables. Wood engraving after W.A. Rogers, 1878.
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0060149
HEARST CARTOON.
'Only a Stepping Stone': Cartoon by W.A. Rogers from HW, Oct. 27, 1906, of William Randolph Hearst (dressed as the Scarecrow from the 'Wizard of Oz') on the political ambition of Hearst to reach the White House by way of the governorship of New York.
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0089819
JOSEPH PULITZER
(1847-1911). American (Hungarian-born) journalist and newspaper publisher. Drawing by W.A. Rogers, 1901.
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0089373
CLARK HOWELL (1863-1936).
American newspaper editor and politician. Drawing by W.A. Rogers, c1901.
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0088482
COLORADO: COWBOYS, 1883.
Lassoing and branding calves. Wood engraving after W.A. Rogers, 1883.
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0089824
WILLIAM RANDOPH HEARST
(1863-1951). American newspaper publisher. Drawing by W.A. Rogers, c1901.
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0088817
NEW YORK: PEDDLERS, 1891.
A pretzel peddler and other sidewalk vendors on New York's East Side. Wood engravings after W.A. Rogers, 1891.
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0089785
ROOSEVELT CARTOON, 1906.
'The Busy Showman.' President Theodore Roosevelt urging his team of workers, including William Howard Taft and William Crawford Gorgas, to dig harder and to pay no attention to John Bigelow's report on the Panama Canal. American cartoon by W.A. Rogers, 1906.
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0010477
NYC: HOME INDUSTRY, 1890.
An immigrant family carrying piecework along Hester Street to their tenement home on New York City's Lower East Side. Wood engraving, American, 1890, after W.A. Rogers.
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0064351
LAS GUASIMAS, CUBA, 1898.
The heroic stand of the Rough Riders at the battle of Las Guasimas, Cuba, on 24 June 1898; Colonel Theodore Roosevelt is seen second from left: contemporary drawing by W.A. Rogers.
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0089534
MONOPOLY AND TARIFFS, 1888.
'The Consumer Consumed.' American cartoon by W.A. Rogers, 1888, on the high prices being imposed on the American consumer as a result of monopolistic practices and government tariff policies.
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0025368
FRANZ SCHUBERT (1797-1828).
Austrian composer. Watercolor, 1825, by Wilhelm August Rieder.
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0126814
LEAGUE OF NATIONS, 1919.
'And Still the Cart has Precedence.' American cartoon comment by W.A. Rogers, March 1919, on the resistance to the League of Nations.
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0041279
COXEY'S ARMY CARTOON, 1894.
The Original 'Coxey Army.' American cartoon by W.A. Rogers, 1894, showing Andrew Carnegie and other wealthy industrialists marching on the U.S. Capitol to ask for assistance la Jacob Coxey and his 'army' of unemployed men.
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0087174
PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN, 1908.
'Where He Keeps the Labor Vote.' William Jennings Bryan pulls votes out of the pocket of Samuel Gompers, head of the American Federation of Labor, at the Democratic National Convention in Chicago, Illinois, 1908. Cartoon by W.A. Rogers.
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0054636
TENEMENT LIFE, 1879.
'Rag-Pickers' Court' off Mulberry Street in New York City. Wood engraving, American, after W.A. Rogers, 1879.
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0050176
SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR, 1898.
The United States, as Uncle Sam the school teacher, corrects the independent behavior of the Philippines (Aguinaldo) and Cuba (Gomez). Cartoon by W.A. Rogers, 1898.
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0087364
NEW YORK: JEWISH CLUB, 1891.
A reception at the Progress Club, one of the preeminent Jewish clubs in New York City during the late 19th century. Wood engraving after W.A. Rogers, 1891.
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0088490
CONEY ISLAND, 1878.
Scenes from a summer day at Coney Island, Brooklyn, New York. Wood engravings after W.A. Rogers, 1878.
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0004384
ROOSEVELT CARTOON, 1904.
'The Big Stick in the Caribbean Sea.' President Theodore Roosevelt enforcing his concept of the Monroe Doctrine by having a U.S. naval flotilla steam from one Caribbean port to another. Cartoon, 1904, by W.A. Rogers.
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0089489
CARTOON: TRUSTS, 1888.
'The Defender of the Trusts.' James G. Blaine keeps President Grover Cleveland from interfering with business trusts during the 1888 presidential election. Contemporary American cartoon, by W.A. Rogers.
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0091974
AQUEDUCT SCANDAL, 1888.
Already contending with negative publicity surrounding the conditions at New York City's quarantine station, Fishmonger Hill (New York Governor David Bennett Hill) wants no part of Father Knickerbocker's offer of a scandal concerning corruption in the state's Aqueduct Commission. American cartoon by W.A. Rogers, 1888.
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0047416
FRANZ SCHUBERT (1797-1828).
Austrian composer. Watercolor, 1825, by Wilhelm August Rieder.
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