One of Murry's Jacks.
Drawings for Currier & Ives prints. | Drawn [...] by the Tait the artist July 1869 at [...].
Drawings for Currier & Ives prints.
Aim is good, but they are to be upright pictures
De Dark Town Musketeers
Craps -- Sevens Up.
Drawings for Currier & Ives prints. | Oh come you lucky seven git my gal a new [...] me!
[Cat fight in a backyard.]
Long Island Rail Road
A howling swell on Indian [...] in the Indian Country | Original painting for a print by Currier & Ives....
On their trolly
"Thou Hast Learned to Love Another."
The King of the Road, Bonner
Drawings for Currier & Ives prints. | He's got all our best trotters.
Wall St. Bully Dance
The Dark Town Horse-Car Line.
Poker - "Three of a kind beat two pair"
Poker - A full house
De Dark Town Opera House
Drawings for Currier & Ives prints. | Romeo and Juliet - Balcony Scene "O' Romeo, whar' am thou?"
Drawings for Currier & Ives prints. | Romeo and Juliet "Who done gone pushed down dat scenery?"
He-ar you assistant -- hold dat anesthetic to his mout and you niga stop a squirming for I can't make a successful operation of this year job, and will hafto let you die uassisted.
The New Gun.
Drawings for Currier & Ives prints. | Watch me wing dat bird.
The New Gun
Drawings for Currier & Ives prints. | Goodness Sakes!!! How did dat happen?
[African Americans being attacked by animals at a zoo.]
[Group of African Americans looking at the monkey cage in a zoo.]
De black dogs on top
[Group on sled.]
[Child throws boot at the newlyweds.]
[African American man and a white couple on a porch.]
A Straw Ride Bombardment
The Shaw Riders Adrift.
[Group of people running away from a woman and a skeleton.]
[Couple kissing in a boat.]
Bicycle Vs. Pacer, I know I'de send him "in da air"
Bicycle Vs. Pacer, I'll beat dat ole trotter or bust
[Group of Native Americans holding two white men hostage.]
Don't put in the Indian [...]. Leave him out entirely. Make that fellow a little more in the foreground...
The Grand Tournament of the Links
[...] go to see golf. Pauline's hat blew off and sailed away over the field. Claude bravely went after...
The Blackville Derby "Gwine to de Post"
A [...] place on the Road. | Drawings for Currier & Ives prints.
The Shanty Dog's Always Bothered Mr. Holley
At the Darktown Rink "not so lobley."
Black Ville Pick-Nick Ass'on.
But he was kotched
Take a mighty spry lockmotive to kotch dis yar coon
[Harry T. Peters, collector of American lithographs and a leading authority on the firm Currier & Ives.]
Drawn for the New Yorker.