Millions for Defence - Not One Cent for Tribute
Merchants Exchange, Wall Street, New York. Built 1827. Burnt 1835.
Prosperity | Ruin
The Bank of Bread
Pay to the order of yourself, by your own labor, for an honest days work, three dollars. By voting for...
Business Men's Republican and Sound Money Association
Parade, November 3, 1900. Admit one to reviewing stand, Section D.
Poor Trust is Dead
Bad Pay Killed Him.
I Get Trusted | I Pay As I Go
No Tick Here.
Time Is Money.
To Avoid a Smash We Sell for Cash.
Business Men's Republican & Sound Money Association
General order No. 2, October 27, 1900. Parade on November 3.
General Order No. 4, November 5, 1900. The Grand Marshal hereby tenders to his immediate Staff and Aides,...
New York, October 15, 1900. Dear Sir: Your name has been suggested as one of the Aides to the Grand Marshal...
Business Men's Republican & Sound Money Ass'n.
Grand Marshal's Headquarters: 296 Broadway. New York, October 25, 1900. Dear Sir: A meeting of the Aides...
Set To Between Old Hickory and Bully Nick
Old Nick in Wall Street
Sure -- We'll Give You a Free Home
The Pied Piper of Gotham
With My Shield, Or On It
"Why Not Rip that Off? Do You Think I'm Made of Money?"
A Matter of Principle.
"This is a Very Delicate Operation Called 'Splitting a Fee.'"
Something the Aldermen Can't Duck.
The Easy Mark.
Wise and Foolish.
A Bad Ingredient.
Climb Down the Ladder and Get it Mr. Mayor.
"That Ought to Make Me Terribly Smart, Pop."
A Tough Spot.
Today's Special - You Earn More, You Save More, You Have More
Vote for Ike and Dick November 6. Distributed by Women's National Republican Club, Inc., 3 West 51st...
[Union League Club letter to members concerning government policy.]
Letter dated April 10, 1944.
"What Are You Looking At? It's Not as if History is Repeating Itself!"