To All Who Belong to the Muster-Roll of Toleration
Vive la Toleration - huzza - for free suffrage! and equal rights! Martin Clio, Secretary. P.S. - Resist...
Grover Cleveland and Allen G, Thurman Presidential Campaign
The Legislature in Session
Letter from Thomas Jefferson to Chancellor Robert R. Livingston
September 9, 1801.
March 24, 1801.
February 16, 1801.
December 14, 1800.
Letter from Thomas Jefferson to Robert Livingston.
February 24, 1801. Letter from President Thomas Jeffereson to Chancellor Robert R.Livingston asking him...
October 3, 1801.
August 28, 1801.
June 4, 1801.
Letter from Thomas Jefferson to Chancellor Robert R. Livingston.
May 8, 1801.
October 10, 1802.
May 5, 1802.
April 18, 1802.
March 16, 1802.
The Presidential Fever on the Supreme Bench.
Chief Justice -- "Mark but my fall, and that that ruin'd me. / Judge Davis, I charge thee, fling away...
The Haunted House; or, the "Murdered" Rag Baby Will Not Be Still.
Shake its gory locks at them until they make it vanish.
Foreign Evangelical Alliance. Two Neros -- (Too Near-o). ; "You Are Getting Too Big for Your Cradle."
"Poor Ignorant Black Man" Wants to Know, and You Noble White Gentleman Do Tell.
Black question. "Whom do you mean by the People!" / White answer. "How dare you wave the Bloody Shirt...
[United Nations Security Council continues debate on Palestine question.]
[United Nations Security Council discusses Palestine question.]
[United Nations Assembly Opens Fourth Session.]
The Yellow Peril
Humble Contributors to Mr. Mellon.
Secured at Great Expense - to N.Y. City.
"I Betcha Dey Ain't Fish - I Betcha Dey's Cakes- I Betcha."
The Messenger Boy Arrives.
"I Promised to Bring it Back."
See, the Conquering Hero Comes!
Thunder Storm Extinguished Light in Torch of Statue of Liberty.
"One Doesn't Have to be a Radical to Subscribe to That."
President Howard Taft
Senator Henry Cabot Lodge
W.F. [William F.] Sheehan
Mrs. William F. [Blanche] Sheehan
Letter from John Jay to Peter Jay Munro, April 18, 1809
Letter from John Jay to Peter Jay Munro, November 6, 1799
Letter from John Jay to Peter Jay Munro, February 7, 1799
Letter from John Jay to Peter Jay Munro, December 14, 1798
November 4, 1803. Letter notes that Jerome Bonaparte has wed Miss Elizabeth Patterson, to which match...
Letter from President Thomas Jefferson to Robert Livingston
February 3, 1803. Letter discussing the suspension of the right of deposit at New Orleans; agitations...
First Governor of New York - George Clinton
To commemorate the sesqui-centennial of the founding of the government of the State of New York at Kingston,...
"Only a Half a Cent, Mister."
Original drawing for The World, Sunday, July 20, 1930.
Though I Speak with the Tongues of Men and of Angels, but Have Not Charity, I Have Become Sounding Brass or a Clanging Cymbal.
Nearing the Breaking Point.
What About the Little Boy with the Tin Cup?
The Only Flag for Al.
"You're Dry! You're D-R-R-R-Y! You Know You're Dry !"
[Senator Key Pittman notifying Al Smith that he won the Democratic nomination for president.]
The Socialist Party in New York.
"Boys Week in Albany."
"You Can't Teach Him Much, Governor."
New York. Excelsior.