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Humors of War
Boxes 1 and 2

1856
1857
1858
1859
1860
1861
1863
1864
1865
1866
1867
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Caricatures of War
Boxes 3 and 4

CIVIL WAR CARTOONS
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BOX 1: FOLDER 1: Humor Of War: 1856-1861:
(Number corresponds with number marked on item)
Sorted by date

1856:

1) Clear The Track! 1856.
2) General Scott Changing His Tactics. 1856.
3) How John Bull Stirred Up A Nest Of Yellow Jackets. 1856.
4) Wanted, By The "United Democracy"… 1856.
5) Yankee Doodle or Young America. No. 5, Vol. 2, August 2, 1856.
6) Between Two Stools. 1856.
7) A Gentleman In Suspense. 1856.
8) [Republican Fruit] or [Plunder], 1856.
9) Amusements For Next November. 1856
10) Santa Claus Among The Press. December 27, 1856 N.Y. Picayune.

1857:


11) Greenly Among The Mormons. July 1857 N.Y. Picayune.
12) The Rival Coquettes. August 1857 N.Y. Picayune.
13) Making A Long Arm Of It. July 1857 N.Y. Picayune.
14) Juvenile Albany And Granny New York. July 1857 N.Y. Picayune.
15) The Black Republicans Loves. June 1857 N.Y. Picayune.
16) The Writing On The Wall. [Little Fern Wood Defying The Law]. May 1857 N.Y. Picayune.
17) Knocked Higher Than A Kite. [From Christz And Woods]. June 1857 N.Y. Picayune.
18) A Bad Egg For Mayor Wood. [The Law]. June 1857 N.Y. Picayune.
19) Pleasant Prophecy. November 1857 N.Y. Picayune.
20) A Split In The Democratic Coat. December 1857 N.Y. Picayune.
21) Alexander, The Russian Organ-Grinder, Playing That Everlasting Tune. October 1857 N.Y. Picayune.
22) The Chinese War, or, Out On A Bender. [John Bull And Jonathan After Their Jollification In Honor Of The Resolute Affair]. 1857 N.Y. Picayune.
23) Apropos Of Nicaragua. June 1857 N.Y. Picayune.
24) The Nicaraguan Question. (Costa Rica) July 1857 N.Y. Picayune.
25) The Sports Of Flash Capitalists. July 1857 N.Y. Picayune.
26) Brave Army. Bogus Walker Coin. Grand Reception. [The Bad Penny Comes Back]. June 1857 N.Y. Picayune.
27) The British Bull-Dog And General Walker. December 1857 N.Y. Picayune.
28) Walker Offering His Head To Buchanan. [Saving Him The Trouble Of Cutting It Off]. December 1857 N.Y. Picayune.
29) The Metropolitan Police Bill. April 1857 N.Y. Picayune.
30) The Struggle For Power; or, The Effect of The Metropolitan Police Bill. May 1857 N.Y. Picayune.

1858:

31) North And South or Washington Polly-ticians. [Kansas]. February 1858 N.Y. Picayune.
32) Members Of Congress Discussing The Kansas Question. February 1858 N.Y. Picayune.
33) The Torch Of Disunion. [Dedicated To Southern Fire-Eaters]. June 1858 N.Y. Picayune.
34) Mr. Pic's Prophecy. January 1858 N.Y. Picayune.
35) Jimmy's Valentine To Miss Cuba. 1858.
36) Old Buck Goes The Entire Animal, And Bolts The Nigger Question, Head, Hells And Breeches! January 1858 N.Y. Picayune.
37) Mr. Douglas Returns To His First Love. January 1858 N.Y. Picayune.
38) The United States' Troops Engaged In Conquering The Mormons. January 1858 N.Y. Picayune.
39) The Yankee Fish Escaping From The French Frog Who Was So Anxious To Gobble Him Up. March 1858 N.Y. Picayune.
40) The Congressional Snail. February 1858 N.Y. Picayune.

1859:

41) Grand Chess Tournament… January 1859 Budget of Fun.
42) The "Little Giant" Attempting A Blondin Feat On An Uncertain Platform. 1859.
43) Exposure Of Douglas's Secret. [He Has A new Instrument, Which He Calls the Catawauler]. December 1859.
44) Grand Scene In The Charleston Pantomime. November 1859.
45) [British Chloroform; Clayton And Bulwer] February 1859.
46) Shocking And Intolerable Insult. March 1859.
47) Black Republicans Pipe Laying For Seward. 1859.
48) Scene From Impending Crisis-A Farce,… 1859-60.
49) Wise Or Otherwise. 1859.
50) A Wise Precaution. December 1859.
51) The Race For The Presidency. December 1859 N.Y. Picayune.

1860:

52) [Kansas] No, Sir; I tried all your patent keys… November 1860.
53) The Handwriting On The Wall or King Buchanan Warned By Prophet Daniel Greenly. 1860.
54) Scene In A Virginian Picture-Gallery. January 1860.
55) Billy Seward, The Celebrated Black Republican Minstrel, Retiring From The Stage. July 15, 1860 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun.
56) The Impending Crisis At Charleston. February 1860.
57) The Political Flirt. June 1860 Comic Monthly.
58) The Little Giant As The Modern Gulliver, Trying To Carry The White House. June 1860 Comic Monthly.
59) Our Political Snake-Charmer. February 11, 1860 Vanity Fair.
60) The Nigger On The Fence. January 1860.
61) Burst! 1860.
62) [Reform Army] Uncle Abe Trying To Straighten Things Out. January 1860.
63) The Tribune Offering The Chief Magistracy To The Western Cincinnnatus. June 1860 Momus.
64) Abe, The Giant Killer. July 1860 Momus.
65) The Perilous Voyage To The White House. October 1860 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun.
66) Honest Old Abe And The Little Boy In Search Of His Mother-A Sensational Story. November 1860.
67) The Successful And Unsuccessful Candidates At Breakfast The Morning After (November 7). 1860.
68) A Phenomenon Of Portraiture, Showing The Chances Of Success… 1860.
69) The Great Original Wide-Awake. December 1860 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun.
70) 9 scenes starting with [Member Making A Speech] and ending with [Last Of The Wood Delegation]. May 1860 The N.Y. Illustrated News p. 413.
71) The Political Sensation. 1860 Comic Monthly.
72) Grand Match For The Presidential Collar. April 1860 Phunny Phellow.
73) Great Match For One Hundred Thousand Dollars, With A White House Added By Uncle Sam! May 1860 Phunny Phellow.
74) The Humors Of The Presidential Canvas. (item in 2 separate pieces) August 1860 Comic Monthly.
75) "That Horrid Darkey WhoWon't Let Folks Sleep." September 1860.
76) The Presidential Pot-Pie. An Illustrious Cook… October 1860.
77) Back From Chicago. [Mrs. Greenly]. July 1860 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun.
78) A Peep Into Futurity, Or The Funeral. A Grand Spectacle Now…. August 1860 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun.
79) The Smothering Of The Democratic Princes. November 1860 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun.
80) The Ingratitude Of The Republicans. December 1860 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun.
81) The Irrepressible Conflict Settled At Last. January 1860.
82) The Fate Of The Isms. January 1860.
83) Design For The Proposed Statue For The City Hall, New York. 1860.
84) Ager vs. Information. 1860.
85) [The result of Buchanan looking through a piece of smoked glass…]. 1860.
86) Sand Of Life Nearly Run Out. 1860.
87) The Busy B's or A New Hand At The Bellows. 1860.
88) An Old Bell With A New Clapper. 1860.
89) The Principal Business Of The Convention At Charleston. 1860.
90) Young American Politics. 1860.
91) Crest And Coat Of Arms Of The Wide Awakes. [Mind Your Eye].
92) Adding Insult To Injury. (2 scenes) 1860.
93) The Peace. 1860.

1861:

94) Old Abe And His Electors. April 1861 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun.
95) Chicago Platform or Old Abe-"Hurt you, Uncle Bill?". March 1861.
96) How Abe Lincoln Escaped The Fire-Eaters Of The South And The Flames Of Secession. March 1861 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun.
97) Gulliver Abe, In The White House, Attacked By The Lilliputian Office-Seekers. March 1861 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun.
98) A> Great And Astonishing Trick Of Old Abe, The Western Juggler. April 1861 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun.
B> Great And Astonishing Trick Of Old Abe, The Western Juggler. 1861.
99) "To The Victors Belong The Spoils." April 1861 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun.
100) A Model Minister. May 1861.
101) The "Ins" And The "Outs". April 1861 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun.
102) Progress Of "Honest Old Abe" On His Way To The White House. (13 scenes) April 1861 Phunny Phellow.
103) Going Out- With A Bad Smell. 1861.
104) A Black Republican Damsel Following The Example Of The Other Pretty girl Who Kissed Honest Old Abe. April 1861 Phunny Phellow.


BOX 1: FOLDER 2: Humor Of War: 1863:
(Number corresponds with number marked on item)

1863:

1) The Man Who Won The Elephant At The Raffle. January 1863.
2) Brother Jonathan's Collection Of Nautical Curiosities. January 1863.
3) Rather Suggestive. [Mrs. Major Wiggles]. January 1863.
4) [An old functionary putting his foot into it.] January 1863.
5) Broadway As It Will Appear Shortly After The Draft. January 1863.
6) [In the hospital.] or [Putting on airs.] (2 scenes) January 1863.
7) "Postage, Or Other Stamps." January 1863.
8) Where's the Joke? January 1863.
9) A> Scarcity Of Paper In The Rural Districts. January 1863.
B> Scarcity Of Paper In The Rural Districts. January 1863.
10) The Paper Panic. January 1863.
11) Napoleon's Return To His Relatives. January 1863 Phunny Phellow.
12) Britania's Neutrality. January 1863.
13) The Dog 290. (2 scenes) January 1863.
14) A> A Gentleman In A Fix-An Unnatural Parent. [Intervention]. January 1863.
B> A Gentleman In A Fix-An Unnatural Parent. [Intervention]. February 1863.
15) MISSING
16) Lincoln's Dream; or, There's A Good Time Coming. February 14, 1863.
17) The Coming Men! February 28, 1863.
18) General Bank's Departure. February 1863.
19) Highly Probable. (2 scenes) February 7, 1863.
20) The Bad Bird And The Mudsill. February 21, 1863.
21) Military Gymnastics, Or The Greased Pole In Virginia- How Our… February 1863.
22) [Crossing -Sweeper (to benevolent Gent,…] February 1863.
23) Scene- Negro Quarters, Down South. Time- Early Dawn. February 1863.
24) [The Mammoth Hammer…], Hurricane Fan-Tailed Monitor….], Glaring Outrage by Uncle Sam…] (3 scenes) February 1863.
25) An Ice Party, or Letting Things Slide On The Rappahannock. February 1863 Budget of Fun.
26) Uncle Sam's Happy Family Of Generals. March 1863.
27) Quashee's Dream Of Emancipation. (6 scenes) March 1863.
28) [Mr. Bobs- "My dear, I can't go to church…] March 1863.
29) The Currency Question-Making Change. March 1863.
30) Bulky Currency. March 1863.
31) The Paper Panic. March 1863.
32) [A tempting offer for the unemployed.] March 1863.
33) [Trial-trip of our specsdl iron-clad artist…] March 1863.
34) A Queer Rencontre. March 1863.
35) A> [Nurse Greenly (to Dr. Jewett)- "Well, doctor, I really…] March 28, 1863.
B> [Nurse Greenly (to Dr. Jewett)- "Well, doctor, I really…] May, 1863.
36) Cavalry Tactics. March 1863.
37) [Napoleon, crossing to our side of the globe…] April 1863.
38) A Crushing Blow To The Confederate Pirates [Proclamation-1863]. April 1863.
39) "Easier said than done"- A Farce Lately Performed In Charleston. April 1863.
40) The Coming Men! April 1863 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun.
41) Lincoln's Dream, Or, There's A Good Time Coming. April 1863.
42) A Great Case Of Bleeding-Uncle Sam In The Doctor's Hands. April 1863.
43) The Bad Bird And The Mudsill. April 1863.
44) John Bull In His Favorite Character Of Iago. April 1863.
45) The Modern Othello. April 1863.
46) Very Bad Change. April 1863.
47) [Crossing-Sweeper (to Passenger)-"Chuck us a ten-cent bill!…] April 1863.
48) [Stage Nobleman- "Caitiff! take this purse-'tis gold!…] April 1863.
49) Morals In the South. Notice Found In All The First-Class Hotels In The C.S.A. April 1863.
50) Incident At Sing Sing. April 1863.
51) Emancipation. (Scene, A Lawyer's Office) April 1863.
52) Of His Own. April 1863.
53) The Rebel Flea-You Put Your Finger On Him And He Is Not There. May 1863.
54) Abe Lincoln In His New Characters-What He Is Bound to Do. (4 scenes) May 1863.
55) The Conscription In Prospect- The Would-Be Exempts. (6 scenes) May 1863 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun.
56) Winning And Wearing. May 23, 1863.
57) The Currency Question- Making Change. (2 scenes) May 18, 1863.
58) Severe On Bob, Or The Military. May 1863.
59) "And Sure Such A Meeting As This Makes Amends."- Old Song. May 1863.
60) A Rencontre In Broadway. May 1863.
61) A> Great Vermin-Seller-A Nuisance. June 1863.
B> Great Vermin-Seller-A Nuisance. June 1863 Frank Leslie's Budget of
Fun.
62) A Painful Reflection. May 1863.
63) Pleasant. May 1863.
64) [Old Gent-"Well, George, how's business?"…] May 1863.
65) [Brigadier-General Pumpkin having taken possession of the Buster Commissariat Department,…] May 1863.
66) Pointing A Moral. May 1863.
67) [Unhappy Ragman- "Here's a fix!…" May 1863 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun.
68) [A Liberal Offer.] and [Pathetic Appeal]. (2 scenes) June 1863.
69) [Precept] and [Practice]. (2 scenes) June 1863.
70) Our Religious Ally J.B. In The Act Of Whipping The D-L Round A Stump. June 1863.
71) An Unsportsman-Like Trick. June 1863.
72) Scarcity Of Fuel Down South. June 1863.
73) A> Lovely Ignorance. Showing The Profound Interest And Deep Sympathy
Of Our Wives And Daughters For Everything Which Concerns The Honor
And Glory Of The Republic. October 1863.
B> Lovely Ignorance. Showing The Profound Interest And Deep Sympathy
Of Our Wives And Daughters For Everything Which Concerns The Honor
And Glory Of The Republic. June 1863 Frank Leslie's Illustrated
Newspaper pp. 175.
74) [ A new toy for the rising generation- designed by a Wall-Street broker.} June 1863.
75) Very Bad Change. June 1863 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun.
76) Scene From The Pantomime Of "The Yellow Fever". June 1863.
77) A > Right At Last. June 13, 1863.
B> Right At Last. August 1863.
78) Sound Philosophy. June 1863.
79) A> The Little Joker. August 1863.
B> The Little Joker. June 27, 1863.
80) A Rare Old Game Of "Shuttle Cock." June 20, 1863.
A Rare Old Game Of "Shuttle Cock." August 1863.
81) An Unrecorded Act Of Heroism By Our Special Artists. June 1863.
82) [This may seem very bold, and all that sort of thing, on Julia's part;…] June 1863.
83) A Hard Case-Vallanigham's Reception By His Friend Jeff. July 1863.
84) The Monitor Set In Danger; Or, All's Well That Ends Well. July 1863.
85) A> Mr. Secretary Welles At Dinner. July 18, 1863 Frank Leslie's Illustrated Paper.
B> Mr. Secretary Welles At Dinner. September 1863.
86) A Prudent Proceeding. July 25, 1863.
87) The Remedy Worse Than Disease. Scene-Down East. July 4, 1863.
88) The Aquatic Old Virago Again. July 1863.
89) [Mr. Punch's Oliver.] and [Our Poland.] (2 scenes) July 1863.
90) Jeff Davis Reckoning Without His Host. August-September 1863.
91) The Modern Hercules. August 1, 1863.
92) Circumstances Alter Cases-The Way Of The World. August 15, 1863 Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper.
93) Mr. John Bull In Some Of His Favorite Characters. (6 scenes) August 1863.
94) ["In a recent speech, Governor Seymour said he was averse to raising Negro regiments…] August 1863.
95) "On Draft". August 22, 1863.
96) [Embarrassing and painful position of Mr. Slabside,…] August 1863.
97) A> The Naughty Boy Gotham, Who Would Not Take The Draft. August 29, 1863.
B> The Naughty Boy Gotham, Who Would Not Take The Draft. November 1863.
98) 'Ow it All 'Appened. August 8, 1863 Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper.
99) An Unwelcomed Visitor. August 1863.
100) [First Copperhead-"Well, here's 'Free Speech!'" August 1863.
101) Uncle Sam Clearing The Track. August 1863 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun.
102) The Telegrams And Old-World Tyrants. September 1863.
103) 6 scenes starting with [Accident To Our Special Photographer] and ending with [Spare Enough!]. September 1863 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun.
104) The Pennsylvania Scare-"It's Object, Horses." September 1863.
105) Dodging The Draft- A Swell's Strategem. September 19, 1863.
106) A> John Bull Enforcing International Law. September 26, 1863.
B> John Bull Enforcing International Law. November 1863.
107) [Secesh "mounted infantry" seize a Pennsylvania hunting stud…] September
1863.
108) [ Rebel having seized a circus horse from a traveling company…] September
1863.
109) A> A Prudent Proceeding. September 1863.
B> Dignified Position Of New York Merchant During The Late Riots. November 1863.
C> Dignified Position Of New York Merchant During The Late Riots. September 5, 1863.
D> Winning And Wearing. September 1863 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun.
* A-D all numbered 109, titles and dates vary
110) A Hollow Egg. September 1863.
111) The Perils Of Our Fishermen. September 1863.
112) An Awkward Present; Or, What Will He Do With It? October 1863.
113) Unfavorable Aspect Of The Rebel Loan-Jeff Davis Trying To Raise the Wind On His Battered Flag. October 1863.
114) A Glance At The Future-Jeff's Reception At Old Mother Britannia's House. October 1863.
115) The Great Confederate ost In London. October 1863.
116) Circumstances Alter Cases-The Way Of The World. October 1863.
117) How Kind Of Them! October 1863.
118) A> [Uncle Sam-" Now, then, you young rascal, Bull, I've caught you…] December 1863.
B> [Uncle Sam-"Now, then, you young rascal, Bull, I've caught you…] October 17, 1863 Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper.
119) Good Claim. October 1863.
120) A Result Of The New York Riots. October 31, 1863.
121) "On Draft" and "'Ow It All 'Appened". (2 scenes) October 1863.
122) The Art Of Inspiring Courage. (6 scenes) October 1863 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun.
123) A> Things "Down In Dixie". October 1863.
B> Things "Down In Dixie". December 1863.
124) Cat And Dog. October 1863 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun.
125) A Peep Into The Future- The Monroe Doctrine Triumphant. November 1863.
126) A> Rowing In The Same Boat. January 1863.
B> Rowing In The Same Boat. November 21, 1863.
127) [Uncle Sam- Gillmore has done very well with the Charleston Pattern…]
November 1863.
128) Sending In The Bill. November 1863 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun.
129) The Bill Presented. November 1863.
130) Cuts At And On Cowards. (6 scenes) November 1863.
131) A> A Sensitive Boy. November 28, 1863.
B> A Sensitive Boy. January 1864.
132) Santa Claus Visits Uncle Sam! December 1863.
133) Mad, Because Not Asked To The Banquet. December 1863 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun.
134) The Situation. December 1863.
135) Vallandigham Ball(ot)ed Out. December 1863.
136) Look On This Picture-And On This. [In Libby Prision] and [On David's Island]. (2 scenes) December 1863.
137) The Muscovite Ally. December 1863 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun.
138) What Jeff Davis's Army Is Likely To Be Reduced To Before "This Cruel War Is Over". December 1863.
139) Dodging The Draft-A Swell's Stratagem. December 1863 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun.
140) Wreck Of The Ship "Confederacy". December 5, 1863.
141) The Golden Rule, Or The Wall Street Thermometer. December 1863.
142) [First colored Aristocrat- "Why, Gus! Gus!…] December 1863.
143) The Food Question Down South. December 1863.
144) A> The Disturber Of Earl Russell's Slumbers. November 7, 1863.
B> The Disturber Of Earl Russell's Slumbers. January 1864.
145) A> How The Rebels Caricature Us. November 14, 1863 Frank Leslie's
Illustrated Newspaper.
B> How The Rebels Caricature Us. February, 1864.


BOX 2: FOLDER 1: Humor Of War: 1864:
(Number corresponds with number marked on item)

1864:

1) The Last Ditch; Or, The Death-Struggles Of The Southern Confederacy. 1864.
2) The British Pussycat Has A Fit Of Purring. January 1864.
3) MISSING
4) Our Southern Brethren In Europe About Played-Out-John Bull Finds…
January 1864.
5) The Proper Way To Relieve Our Starving Brothers In Richmond. January 1864.
6) Uncle Sam- "You see I haven't forgot you, boys!" January 1864 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun.
7) MISSING
8) A Result Of The New York Riots. January 1864.
9) MISSING
10) A> A Great Military Idea. January 1864 Frank Leslie's Illustrated
Newspaper.
B> A Great Military Idea. March 1864.
11) A> Recruiting. February 1864 Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper.
B> Recruiting. March 1864 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun.
12) A> A peculiar Case Of Hardship. February 1864 Frank Leslie's Illustrated
Newspaper.
13) Wreck Of The Ship "Confederacy". February 1864.
14) Incendiarism Initiated. March 1864 New York Illustrated News..
15) A> Up To The Times-Brooklyn Loyalty. February 1864.
B> Up To The Times-Brooklyn Loyalty. April 1864 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun.
16) Jeff Davis Addressing His Brother Rebels From The Stool Of Repentance.
February 1864 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun.
17) Drifting Of The Great Gassy Confederacy… February 1864 Frank Leslie's
Budget of Fun.
18) Rather A Poser. February 1864.
19) Indecent Haste Of The Emperor Maximilian To His New States. February 1864.
20) The Celebrated Barber, Signor Beecherino, Sham-pooh-ing The British Lion. February 1864.
21) The Muscovite Ally. February 1864 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun.
22) A Case Of Virtuos Indignation. February 1864.
23) Presidential Cobblers And Wire-Pullers Measuring And Estimating Lincoln's Shoes:… March 1864.
24) Final Issue Of The War-The Longest Purse Wins. March 1864 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun.
25) A Challenge- Mr. Secretary Welles Upon His Metal. March 1864 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun.
26) Non-Intervention! Or, The Last Plank In The Democratic Platform. March 1864.
27) [The Rebel Ballad- singer, Jeff Davis, singing his favorite tune…] March 1864.
28) [According to the latest news from Dixie,…] March 1864 Frank Leslies' Illustrated Newspaper.
29) The Furlough South. March 1864 Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper.
30) [A reconnaissance on the part of Aunt Lucy,…] March 1864.
31) [Clara (reading from paper)- "What a funny idea!…] March 1864.
32) [Those dismal sounds from the kitchen…] March 1864.
33) Inhumanity Perpetrated By Order Of Railroad Monopolists… March 1864.
34) The Way John Bull Now Looks On The Southern Confederacy. March 1864 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun.
35) Our Next Ambassador To Mexico-Minister Parrot. March 1864.
36) Mr. Lincoln's Great National Joke-Trying To Make The Rebels Acknowledge The Corn. April 1864.
37) High Rents. (6 scenes) April 1864 Comic Monthly.
38) The Rival Bill Posters. April 1864 Comic Monthly.
39) [Past, Present and Future of Slavery] April 1864.
40) A> Symptoms Of Spring-Uncle Abram's Crop Begins To Shoot. April 1864.
B> Symptoms Of Spring-Uncle Abram's Crop Begins To Shoot. n.d.
41) A Questionable Presentation Of A Questionable Curiosity To And At The
Sanitary Fair.
42) [Mr. Puffer's charity (to subscription Committee of Sanitary Fair)-"Yes,
Ladies, I have succeeded…] April 1864 Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper.
43) Portraits Of Contributors To The Sanitary Fair, Not To Be Found In The
Regular List. April 16, 1864 New York Illustrated News.
44) [Pretty Young Lady Attendant- Oh! Sir, think how much good you are doing
for the soldiers…] April 1864.
45) John Bull's Dismay At The Appearance Of A Genuine Ghost. April 1864.
46) [Shy-Lock at the sword] and [Miscegenation] (2 scenes) April 1864.
47) Black And White. (6 scenes) April 1864.
48) An Unexpected Visit- A Scene At The Metropolitan Fair. April 1864,
49) [Young Lady- See, General, I've 500 Names…] April 1864.
50) A Delicate Question-The Marm And The Biddy. April 1864.
51) Old Lady To McClellan. April 1864.
52) [The last effort of Uncle Sam of Lynn…] April 1864.
53) Shoddy, Or The Vulture Of The Camp. April 1864.
54) A> Just The Place. April 1864.
B> Just The Place. June 1864.
55) [Southern Militia-the last conscription] and [Southern Finances]. (2 scenes)
June 1864.
56) Uncle Sam Himself And His Greenbacks At The Great Sanitary Fair. May 1864.
57) Only Room For One In The Bed. May 1864.
58) The Haircutters' Strike. (4 scenes). May 1864.
59) Designs Respectfully Submitted To Parties Who Are Getting Up Testimonials To General McClellan. May 1864.
60) An Everyday Scene Everywhere. May 1864.
61) "The Adventures Of The Shoddy Family…" May 1864.
62) The Love Chase, Or, The Revolt Of The Harem. May 1864 Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper.
63) A Wonderful Shrub. May 1864.
64) The Anti-Silk Movement-Shoddy Left Alone In Its Glory. June 1864.
65) The Height Of Madness. June 1864.
66) Slidell As The "Area Sneak". June 1864.
67) Old Abe's Last Joke. June 1864.
68) The Way In Which Mr. Stanton Wishes To Conduct The War. June 1864 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun.
69) The Last Ditch. June 1864.
70) A> [Cochrane-"Now, General, that we are nominated we must give them Jessie…] June 1864 Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper.
B> [Cochrane-"Now, General, that we are nominated we must give them Jessie…] October 1864.
71) [The New York Times says that the Emperor of Russia has sent some
beautiful Muscovite Ducks to the Central Park…] June 1864 Frank Leslie's
Budget of Fun.
72) A Severe Task. June 1864.
73) Last Case Of Kidnapping, Or Governmental Lynch Law. Seward Laying A Strong… June 1864.
74) A> Columbia And The Foreign Pedlars. June 1864 Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper.
B> Columbia And The Foreign Pedlars. August 1864.
75) Grand Scene From The Last Farce Performed At Albany. June 1864.
76) [Old Toper-"Oh, is'nt jolly?-the more victories the more holidays!…] June 1864.
77) A Military Situation-First Time On Picket. June 1864.
78) A Contented Mind. Scene-Interior Of Cell At Sing-Sing. June 1864.
79) Rebel Bulletine Illustrated. (6 scenes) July 1864.
80) The Cake In Danger. July 1864.
81) A> The Hardest Shell Yet. July 1864 Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper.
B> The Hardest Shell Yet. August 1864.
82) Uncle Sam Busy Roadmaking-(Liberty Avenue, Right Across The
Continent)-Sombody Gets In His Way. July 1864.
83) Look Here, And Here. Gen. Ban Skulko, Of The Potomac Army, At The
Battle Of July 30. 1864.
84) The British-Built Pirate Semmes And Mother Britannia. July 1864.
85) A> [Captain Winslow (who has just winged a rather fine bird)-"That may be considered sportsmanlike…] July 1864.
B> [Captain Winslow (who has just winged a rather fine bird)-"That may be considered sportsmanlike…] August 1864.
86) The Jewel Consistency. July 1864.
87) [Colored Individual-"Mrs. O'Flaherty, what is your opinion on miscegenation…] July 1864.
88) [" 'Scuse me, Mrs. B-, but everybody jolly, you know (his). P'leecemen…] July 1864.
89) [Mr. Puffer's Charity (to Subscription Committee of Sanitary Fair)-"Yes, ladies, I have succeeded…] July 1864.
90) [Strong Minded Fashionable Wife-"And so, Mr. Camel, you have dared to put my name down…] July 1864.
91) A> [Patriotic Young Lady-"Never mind your ankles, Jennie;…] July 1864 Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper.
B> [Patriotic Young Lady-"Never mind your ankles, Jennie;…] August 1864.
92) True For Once. July 1864.
93) Unprotected But Not Afraid. August 1864.
94) Grand Tableau From The Farce Lately Performed At Niagra, Called "The Olive Branch". August 1864.
95) The Furlough South. August 1864.
96) [According to the latest news from Dixie, Rebel soldiers…] August 1864.
97) The Hend Of The Halabama. August 1864.
98) The Tender-Hearted Butchers Of Europe Shocked At The Virginia Campaigning. August 1864 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun.
99) A> Saturday Marketing In 1864. August 1864.
B> Saturday Marketing In 1864. October 1864 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun.
100) [Lady-"Sonny, I want you to fix my thermometer!…] August 1864 Frank
Leslie's Budget of Fun.
101) State Of The Market. September 1864.
102) The Political Blondin. September 1864.
103) Effect Of The Great And Increasing Emigration Of Working People From Europe. (7 scenes) September 1864 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun.
104) What The Captain Of The Tallahassee Is Expected To Do. September 1864.
105) A> American Naval Officer Going Into Action-New Style Invented By Commodore Farragut. September 1864.
B> American Naval Officer Going Into Action-New Style Invented By
Commodore Farragut. October 1864.
106) The Early Bird Catching The Pennsylvania Worm. September 1864 Frank
Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper.
107) Mighty Particular. October 1864.
108) A> [Major-General "Little Mac" answers the question (often put) "WhyHdon't he resign…]. October 1864.
B> [Major-General "Little Mac" answers the question (often put) "Why don't he resign…]. October 1864.
109) Acrobatic Novelties. October 1864.
110) A> The American Iconoclast. General Grant Breaking The Golden Calf. October 1864 Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper.
B> The American Iconoclast. General Grant Breaking The Golden Calf. October 1864.
111) Grand Tableau From The Farce Lately Performed At Niagara, Called "The Olive Branch." October 1864 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun.
112) A Roland For An Olive-r. October 1864.
113) That Obstinate U.S.G.-A Conversation Before Petersburg. October 1864.
114) A Peace Proposition. October 1864.
115) Theatrical Strike. (2 scenes) October 1864.
116) [Bootblack-"Well, these nobs may put on airs as much as they like,…] October 1864 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun.
117) True For Once. October 1864.
118) A Case Of Public Modesty. October 1864.
119) Retrenchment And Reform At Mr. Lynx's. October 1864.
120) A Stump Eulogy. October 1864 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun.
121) Returning To Our Original Costume. October 1864 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun.
122) The Good Uncle And The Naughty Boy. November 1864.
123) The Two Platforms-Columbia Makes Her Choice. November 1864.
124) A Parcel For The White House; Or, The Presidential Vote. November 1864 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun.
125) The Giant Majority Carrying Abe Lincoln Safely Through Troubled Water To The White House. November 1864.
126) Portrait Of General McClellan In The Role Of President-Uncle Sam, Painter. December 1864.
127) Hail To The Chief Who In Triumph Advances. November 1864.
128) An Enlightened And Elevated Democracy-According To Grant. November 1864.
129) Ah! Would You? Jeff Davis's Last Attempt Upon New York Frustrated. December 1864 Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper.
130) A> Jeff Davis's November Nightmare. 1864.
B> Jeff Davis's November Nightmare. 1864.
131) Tremble, Columbia! Scene: Office For The Registration Of Non-Residents.
December 1864 Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper.
132) The Winter Of Their Discontent-Jeff And His Lieutenant Over Taken In A
Snow Storm- Of Ballots. November 1864.
133) Another Outrage In Neutral Waters. 1864.
134) Petroleum. (6 scenes) December 1864-5 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun p.16.
135) North And South. December 1864.
136) [Uncle Abe-"Sambo, you are not handsome, anymore than myself,…] December 1864.

 

BOX 2: FOLDER 2: Humor Of War: 1865-66:
(Number corresponds with number marked on item)

1865:

1) The Two Visits. (2 scenes) 1865 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun.
2) General Sherman's Great Feat-Leaping Through The "Empty Shell" Confederacy. February 1865 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun.
3) Uncle Sam Teaching The Canadian Lion A Little International Law. February 1865 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun.
4) Uncle Abe's Valentine Sent By Columbia. February 1865. Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun.
5) A Roland For An Olive-r. February 1865.
6) Ah! Would You? Jeff Davis's Last Attempt Upon New York Frustrated. February 1865.
7) An Explanation With Brazil. February 1865.
8) The Grand Peace Overture To "Our Wayward Sisters". March 1865.
9) Blockade Runners Stopped-A View At The Entrance Of Cape Fear River. March 1865 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun.
10) Old Mr. Secesh Prefers Annihilation To Salvation In The Union Boat… March 1865 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun.
11) The Last Suggestion From Richmond. March 1865.
12) The Narrow Path. March 1865 Comic Monthly.
13) Belshazzar Bull And The Handwriting On The Wall. March 1865.
14) Perfectly Mute[s]. n.d.
15) The Audacious Boy, Tecumseh Sherman, Presents Columbia With A Viper's Nest From South Carolina. April 1865.
16) The Tallest Ruler On The Globe Is Inaugurated At Washington… April 1865 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun.
17) The Proposed "First Step To Peace"; Or, Extrinsic Policy Entertained At Fortress Monroe. May 1865.
18) Old Mother Britannia And Her Daughter, Miss Canada. May 1865.
19) After The War.-Uncle Sam's College-The Hoodles And Doodles Of Europe Getting A Notion Or Two. May 1865 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun.
20) Jeff Davis Nowhere-The Conspirator Is Repudiated By The Old World And The New. June 1865 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun.
21) The Langham Hotel, Portland-Place. June 1865.
22) Uncle Sam Cogitates. June 1865.
23) John Bull Sold-He Finds That He Has Been Dealing With A New Application. June 1865.
24) Uncle Sam Scott And The Mexican Coon-An Old Story With A New Application. June 1865.
25) How The Canadian Judge Failed To See It. June 1865.
26) It's Poor Rule That Won't Work Both Ways. June 1865.
27) [John Bull-"I've called to collect a little divided on a few Confederate Bonds I purchased from here…] September 1865.
28) Stolen Goods-A Burden Rather Unequally Distributed. September 1865.
29) The American Museum Of The Future: Uncle Sam and Family Viewing His "Curiosity Shop" A Few Years Hence. September 1865 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun.
30) Columbus (Jonathan) Showing The "Cavillers" How To Balance The Egg. October 1865 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun.
31) The Repentant (?) Enemies Of The Republic Applying For Pardon To Uncle Sam. October 1865 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun.
32) [L. Napoleon-"Tenez, Max! Tenez, mon ami! If you…] October 1865 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun.
33) Latest From Europe-"The Fenians Are Getting Troublesome." October 1865.
34) [Southern Secesh (Just Pardoned)-"Look Here, Andy, If You Want Reconstruction, You Had Better Set Me Over…] October 1865.
35) Rather Personal; Or, Returning The Compliment. October 1865.
36) [Hi! Golly-Sue! There's old massa. Let's give him a penny.] October 1865.
37) A Museum Of Curiosities. October 1865.
38) [End of the Academical course-presentation of a prize to the best scholar in the Plrk and Beans class.] October 1865.
39) Graduate Of The Looking Academy Before And After Two Or Three Sessions. October 1865.
40) A Conversation-The Betrothed. October 1865.
41) Shopping Under A New Impulse. October 1865.
42) The Spoilt Child, Or The Pet Penitent. November 1865.
43) Sifting The Southern Grain. December 1865.
44) "Coming Events Cast Their Shadows Before" December 1865.
45) The Wolf And The Lamb. December 1865.
46) "All's Well That Ends Well(es)!"-Shakespeare. December 1865.
47) Vishnu Johnson, The Great Trimurti of America, And His Worshippers. December 1865 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun.
48) Effect Of Our Successes Upon The Old World-English Fashions For 1866. n.d.
49) Scenes From Colored Life. (6 scenes) 1865 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun.
50) Aliens. (4 scenes) 1865.
51) Jonathan Versus John Bull-Arguments For The Plaintiff. 1865.
52) Why The Cable 'Gin Out". 1865.
53) Perils Of Popularity. 1865.
54) Louis Nap.-My Dear Max, You Are Getting So Heavy, And Such A Storm Is Brewing… 1865.
55) America. England. Another Cause Assigned Why Insulation Stopped. (2 scenes) 1865.
56) The Right Man For The Work. 1865.
57) A Soldier's Idea Of Grant's Winter Stove. 1865 Frank Leslie' s Budget of Fun.

1866:

58) The Great Universal Baseball Match-Uncle Sam Against All Creation. January 1866.
59) Reconstruction. January 1866.
60) John Bull Retiring From Business… January 1866 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun.
61) Jonathan's Next Suit, Or, Just The Fit. February 1866.
62) The Christmas Dream Of Young America. February 1866 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun p.8-9.
63) Taking French Leave. April 1866.
64) Nap's Last Move-Throwing A Tub To The Great American Whale. April 1866 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun p.8-9.
65) Return Of The Prodigal Son-New Version. April 1866.
66) A Peep Into Futurity. April 1866.
67) [An Eye-opener that brother Jonathan has prepared for John Bull…] and [The present position.] (2 scenes) April 1866.
68) House Rent Going Up With A Rush In New York. May 1866 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun p.8-9.
69) Circumstances Alter Cases. May 1866.
70) [Good Advice] and [What Louis Napoleon really meant.] (2 scenes) May 1866.
71) Caught In Their Own Trap. 1866.
72) Andy Johnson Warming Up The Frozen Snake (Copperhead) Of Rebellion. 1866.

1867:

73) Dangerous Pastime-John Bull And Louis Crapaud Exhibiting Their Iron-Plated Cordiality. 1867 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun p.16.

 

BOX 2: FOLDER 3: Humor Of War: Undated:
(Number corresponds with number marked on item)


1) Grand Distribution Of Government Pap. n.d.
2) The Tribune In A Fix. n.d. N.Y. Picayune.
3) Applying For Exemption Papers And Offering Substitutes. June 1863.
4) Another Nebraska Bill-Columbia Indignant. n.d. N.Y. Picayune.
5) The Great Baby Show In Ohio. n.d.
6) Don't Know Which Way To Go. n.d.
7) Honest Old Abe Marching Forth To The White House. n.d.
8) Old Abe's First Night In The White House.
9) [The ingenious manner in which President Lincoln receives those who apply for an office.] June 1863 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun.
10) A Dream-How The Lincoln Party Was To have Been Upset In New York. n.d.
11) The Vanishing Trick. n.d.
12) [First Swell-"Deuce take these howwible soldiers, tweddy!…] n.d.
13) Marriage In High Life. n.d.
14) Courtship In The Highest Circles. n.d.
15) Brother Jonathan's Dream Of Peace. n.d.
16) [Louise-"My Gracious, What An Insult!…] n.d.
17) Great Phrenological Show. n.d.
18) John Bull's New Artist Painting Of His Friend Saint Secesh. n.d.
19) Marriage. A Few Facts Collected From The Best Authors. n.d.
20) American Manners. By An English Artist. n.d.
21) Congressional Corruption. (4 scenes). n.d.
22) A Wide Awake As Seen Through Southern Spectacles. n.d.
23) "Off With His Head" or the Office Holder's Vision. n.d.
24) Who Did Ye Vote For? n.d.
25) Lincoln, The Emancipator. April 20, 1872 Harper's Weekly p.308.
26) A New Style Of Pulpit Oratory-A Suggestion To Reverend Smythe, or Paper Models And Cartoons As A Help Eloquence. n.d.
27) The Rival Candidates {Drunkenness.] [Insanity] (2 scenes). n.d.
28) "Of Course He Wants To Vote The Democratic Ticket!" October 21, 1881 Harper's Weekly p.848.


 

BOX 3: FOLDER 1: American Civil War Caricatures, 1860-62:
(Number corresponds with number marked on item)
Sorted by subject

Rebellion
1) [Rebellion]. 1860.
Description: Miss (Columbia) Muffett and Rebellion Spider.

Fort Sumpter
2) Description: (5 cuts) Fort Sumpter Fired on and taken.
A> [Bulls on 'Change- "The say Fort Sumpter has been fired on-…]
April 1861.
B> An Opinion As Is An Opinion. April 1861.
C> Taking The Pill. April 1861.
D> How We Should Have Re-Victualed Fort Sumpter, And Prevented The War. April 1861.
E> [Disgusted Fireman-" Now, look'ee here, Jim!…] April 1861.

President Davis
3) Trying It On. May 1861.
Description: Davis Crowned as President of the Confederacy.
4) [Jeff Davis and his confederates arranging their campaign…] May 1861.
Description: Davis planning his campaign.

Control of the Seas
5) Description: (4 cuts) Plans for obtaining control of the seas.
A> The Abolition Method Of Saving The Union. May 1861.
B> [Monster steamer, for the breaking through of a blockade,…] May 1861.
C> Playing At Soldiers. May 1861.
D> [How to sreep the Southern ports. From a model by Horace Greeley.] May 1861.

Recruiting, 1861
6) Description: (22 cuts) Recruiting under the 1st call for volunteers.
E> [And how can he fight in such a bad fit as this?]. April 15, 1861.
F> A Union Song For The People. April 15, 1861.
G> A Volunteer Who Is Always Ready To Present Arms And Live Or Die for The Union. April 15, 1861.
H> Calvary Tactics. April 15, 1861.
I> [First Boy-" Oh, Johnny, look at this feller!…] April 15, 1861.
J> Freedom's Best Vivandiere. April 15, 1861.
K> ["Good gwacious, Fwank! What have you got on?…] April 15, 1861.
L> [How he woos! "Meet me by moonlight…] April 15, 1861.
M> Humiliating. April 15, 1861.
N> Humors Of The War. April 15, 1861.
O> [Officer- "What in h-ahem!-have you got…] April 15, 1861.
P> [One of the delights of traveling on the railroad…] April 15, 1861.
Q> [Showing the advantages of being a good base-ball player…] April 15, 1861.
R> There's A Good Time Coming. April 15, 1861.
S> [These three gentlemen will not go to the war…] April 15, 1861.
T> The Zouave Chair… April 15, 1861.
U> TheZouave Maketh His Bed-… April 15, 1861.
V> The Swell's Lament On The War. April 15, 1861.
W> [Uncle Sam-"All right, my boy-go and defend…] April 15, 1861.
X> [Von Deuzel-"Mein Gott, Smidt, how can a man fight…] April 15, 1821.
Y> Zouave Fashions And Fancies. April 15, 1861.
7) MISSING.
8) Fire-Men Versus Fire-Eaters. 1861 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun.
Description: Col. Ellsworths fire Zouaves in action.

Rattlesnake
9) OUR Rattlesnake Flag. 1861.

General Patterson
10) Action And Inaction. (2 scenes) June 1861 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun.
Description: General Patterson in Maryland.

Battle of Bull Run
11) Description: (6 cuts) Battle of Bull Run (Federal Defeat).
a. The Tables Turned, Or The Bull Run Of The Rebels. July 1861.
b. Scene In Alexandria, Virginia. July 1861.
c. Skedaddled. July 1861.
d. [Old Abe-"Hurt you, Uncle Bill?…"
e. A Phenomenon Of Portraiture, Showing How The Chances Of Success…] July 1861.
f. Military Officers Warranted To Stand Fire And Not To Run Away. July 1861.

California
12) Description: (2 cuts) California for the Union.
A>[Struck by lightning. "An electrical shock for Jeff Davis."] 1861.
B> The Handwriting On The Wall Or King Buchanan Warned By Prophet Daniel Greenley.

Washington
13) How It Was That Jeff Davis Didn't Take Washington. August 1861.
Description: Washington Safe.
14) Crowing Too Loud And Crowing too Soon. September 1861.
Description: McClelland to the Rescue.
15) The Great Question Of The Day. September 1861.

Civilian Generals
16) Appropriate "Mount" Suggested For Some Of Our Brigadier-Generals.
1861.
Description: Civilian Brigadier Generals.

The South
17) A> A Gentleman In A Peculiar Predicament; Or, The Present Position Of
The Southern Chivalry. November 1861.
B> As It Used To Be And As It Is. (2 scenes) November 1861.
C> Le Brave Secesh. November 1861.
D> The cotton Campaign In South Carolina. November 1.61.
E> Jeff Davis's Pictorial message To The Southern Congress. (7 scenes) November 1861 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun.

Mason and Slidell Affair
18) A> Slidell As The "Area Sneak". November 1861.
B> 1. Fact. November 1861.
C> 2. Drunken Exaggeration. November 1861.
D> Capture Of Succession Varmits. November 1861.
E> The Vagaries Of Villiams, The British Naval Hero Of The Trent. (2 scenes) November 1861.
F> Getting The Last Squeak Out Of The British Lion. November 1861.
G> Mr. Punch's Oliver. November 1861.
H> Our Roland. November 1861.
I> 3. Bull Run Russell's Account. November 1861.
J> Villiams Making Peace. November 1861.
K> Villiams In Arms. November 1861.
L> Scene From "The Octoroon" (A Screaming Farce By Jeff Bourcicault Davis…) November 1861.
M> Britannia On The Rampage. November 1861.
N> The British Lion Receiving The News Of The Seizure Of Mason And Slidell. November 1861.
O> The British Lion Getting Mad.
P> Nothing Venture Nothing Have, Or, The American mastiff And The British Lion. November 1861.

World Fair
19) A> Columbia's Contributions To The 1862 World Fair, To Be Held In London. (3 scenes). 1862.

Fort Donelson
20) A> The Song Of Victory. February 1862.
B> Confederate Tactics. February 1862.
C> Southern "Shiverlry." (2 scenes) February 1862.
D> The Way Uncle Sam Ought To Put His Foote Upon The Rebellion. February 1862.
E> Floyd's Last Theft-Stealing Away From Fort Donelson. February 1862.

McClellan
21) A> "The Period Of Inaction Passed."- General McClellan's Speech.
B> [Flying Artillery-a hint to General McClellan how to…] February 1862.
C> Look-Out, McClellan!-Greeley Has Broken Loose! February 1862.
D> No Peeping. February 1862.
E> The Last Act Of The Drama-Grand Tableau. February 1862.

Southern Cities
22) Davis's Vagrant Acrobats On A Professional Tour Through The Southern
Cities. February 1862.
23) A> The Butler Of The Crescent City. February 1862.
B> The Southern Nose And Chin. (2 scenes) Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun.
C> Fancy Portrait Of neral Butler. February 1862.
D> The Naval Arm; Or, A Blow In The Rear. February 1862.

Recruiting, 1862
24) A> The Recruiting Question-A Hint To Railcar Companies. 1862.
B> How To Get Recruits-A Hint To State Governors. 1862.
C> The Rebels In Our Midst. 1862.

 

BOX 3: FOLDER 2: American Civil War Caricatures:
(Number corresponds with number marked on item)


Stone Fleet:
25) [The Spurious eagle "Secession" Perched On Fort Sumter, Sings The Song Of Sterne's Melancholy Starling]. December 1861.
26) A> [His method of locomotion-Another and more probable one.] April-May 1862.
B> Ditto. April-May 1862.
C> His Way Of Re-Appearing. April-May 1862.
D> The Ubiquitous General Beauregard (3 scenes). April-May 1862.
E> Wonderful Instance Of Sagacity In A Brute. April-May 1862.
F> [Another of Beauregard's disappearances accounted for-military occupation of a sewer.] April-May 1862.
G> [Our professor photographs a letter of Beauregard's while he is in the act of writing it.] April-May 1862.
H> [The professor's grappling-iron gets a stray…] April-May 1862.

Shoddy & Scandal
27) A> Not So Bad As That Comes To. 1862.
B> Shoddy, Or The Vulture Of The Camp. 1862.
C> [The Death-Room Of Mrs. Kelly…] (2 scenes) April-May 1862.
D> A Patriot. 1862.
E> "Hail (Hale) To The Chief" (Contractor). April-May 1862.
F> [Proposed punishment of the fraudulent army contractors…] April-May 1862.

Military
28) The American St. Patrick Driving Out The Reptiles. May 1862 Frank
Leslie's Budget of Fun.
29) A> The Rebel Gorilla. June 1862.
B> Going Out For Wool And Getting Shorn. June 1862 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun.
C> The Sneak. June 1862.
D> [And it came to pass, in those days, that while the might men of war in Virginia were busy driving out the scribes…] June 1862.
30) How "Little Mac" Bagged The Rebels. September 1862.
31) A> Severe On Bob, Or The Military. Summer/Autumn 1862.
B> Military Gymnastics, Or The Greased Pole In Virginia… Summer/Autumn 1862.
C> The Coming Men! Summer/Autumn 1862.
D> Uncle Sam's Happy Family Of Generals. Summer/Autumn 1862.
E> Not Altogether- A Bootless Raid. Summer/Autumn 1862.
F> A Tempting Offer For The Unemployed. Summer/Autumn 1862.
G> Uncle Abe Trying To Straighten Things Out. Summer/Autumn 1862.
H> Remarkable Instance Of Vitality-The Small End Of The Rebel Alligator.
I> Abe Lincoln In His New Characters-What He Is Bound To Do. (4 scenes). Summer/Autumn 1862.

Taxes
32) A> Uncle Sam Raising The Wind To A Good Tune. July-August 1862.
B> The Hero Of War. The Hero Of Peace. (2 scenes). July-August 1862.
C> Columbia Paying Away Her Last Postage-… July-August 1862.
D> The Home Of The American Citizen After The Tax Bill Has Passed. July-August 1862.
E> Old Tunes And New Words. July-August 1862.
F> [Patriotic Young Lady- "Never mind your ankles, Jennie;…] July-August 1862.
G> "Postage, Or Other Stamps". July-August 1862.
H> A Beautiful Gift. July-August 1862.
I> [There, darling, I've made those all to-day;…] July-August 1862.
J> Jeremiad. July-August 1862.
K> [Two million every day,…] July-August 1862.

Emancipation Proclamation
33) Upon A Recent Proclamation. September 1862.

Confederacy
34) A> The Cheer-Up For The People-A Word For Our Soldier. December 1862.
B> My Maryland, Or How Are You Off For Soap? December 1862.
C> An Ice Party, Or Letting Things Slide On the Rappahannock. December 1862.
35) Lincoln's Dream; Or, There's A Good Time Coming. December 1862.
36) A> John Bull In A Fix; Or, Cotton Versus Gun-Cotton. December 1862.
B> The Rival Cotton… December 1862.
C> Corn Is King!- Abdication Of "Cotton!" December 1862.
37) A> A Big Thing In Gunnery-How We Shall Fight Next Year. December 1862.
B> The Christmas Present Young Jonathan Found In His Stocking… December 1862.
38) Rather A Poser. January 1863.
39) A> Youth And Age. January 1863 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun.
B> A Frightful Case Of Inflation. January 1863.
40) Unrestricted Commerce. January 1863.
41) The Confederate Minister In Spain. February 1863.
42) MISSING
43) A> The Food Question Down South. 1863.
B> What Jeff Davis's Army Is Likely To Be Reduced To Before "This Cruel War Is Over". 1863.
C> Scarcity Of Beef In The Rebel Army. 1863.
D> Necessity The Mother Of Invention. 1863.
E> A Lucky Coincidence-Fast Day In Richmond. 1863.
F> Spare Enough! 1863.
G> Scarcity Of Fuel Down South. 1863.
H> [There Are No More Dry Goods To BE Had In The South…]
I> A Prophetic Picture-The Yankee Schoolmaster Educating The Southern Colonels. 1863.
J> Jeff At The Receipt Of Customs, Or, Southern Taxes Being Paid In Kind. 1863.
44) A> The Dance Of Death. April 1863.
B> Unfavorable Aspect Of The Rebel Loan. Jeff Davis Trying To Raise The Wind On His Battered Flag. April 1863.
45) The Celebrated Barber, Signor Beecherino, Sham-Pooh-Ing The British Lion.
May 1863.
46) The Little Joker. May 1863.

The Draft
47) A> Uncle Sam's Last Prescription-A Bitter Draft For Jeff. June 1863.
B> A Jury Of Our Countrywomen. June 1863.
C> The Draft-Plea For Exemption. June 1863.
D> A Lucky Foreigner. June1863.
E> [Young Pugsby (before drafting is decided on)-"if I really thought Uncle Sam…"] June 1863.
F> The Draft. (2 scenes) June 1863.
G> Aliens. (2 scenes) June 1863.
H> [Johnny Bull- "How long have I lived in this blarsted county?…] June 1863.
I> [Johnny Crapaud-'I will not fight, by gar!…] June 1863.
J> The Only Successful "Exempt". June 1863.
K> [Indignant Beauty-" What do we want, young me?…] June 1863.
L> The Ladies' Plan For Avoiding A Draft. June 1863.
M> [They will do the preaching, letting the parsons for a invincible pulpit…] June 1863.
N> [They will undertake the auction sales…] June 1863.
48) A> The Naughty Boy Gotham, Who Would Not Take The Draft. June 1863.
B> Dignified Position Of New York Merchant During The Late Riots. June 1863.
C> A New Toy For The Rising Generation-Designed By A Wall Street Broker. June 1863.

Money and gold
49) A> Scene From The New Pant9mime Of "The Yellow Fever". July 1863.
B> The Golden Rule, Or The Wall Street Thermometer. July 1863.
C> Good Claim. July 1863.
D> The Height Of Madness… July 1863.
50) A> What We Must Do If House Rent Doesn't Come Down. July 1863.
B> [Crossing-Sweeper (to passenger)-"Chuck us a ten-cent bill!…] July 1863.
C> [Mr. Bobbs-"My dear, I can't go to church with you in such a condition…] July 1863.
51) A> The Paper Panic. July 1863.
B> Scarcity Of Paper In The Rural Districts. July 1863.
52) A> [Crossing-Sweeper (to benevolent Gent, who has just given a red three-cent stamp)-"No, sir-r-! we don't…] July 1863.
B> The Currency Question-Making Change. July 1863.

Battle locations
53) A> An Unwelcomed Visitor. July 1863.
B> What A State Of Seige In New York Would Be. July 1863.
C> [Reckless courage displayed by Pennsylvania, now that the Great battle is over…] July 1863.
D> A Prudent Proceeding. July 1863.
E> What We Are Coming To. July 1863.
F> A Cold Reception. July 1863.
G> Jeff Davis Reckoning Without His Host. (2 scenes) July 1y63.
H> A Pleasant Reception. July 1863.
54) A> Getting An Endorsement. July 1863.
B> Uncle Sam Clearing The Track. July 1863.
55) General Bank's Departure. July 1863.
56) A> [Union soldier (to Rebel with "Black Flag")-"You thundering villain!...] July 1863.
B> The Rebel Lady's Boudoir. July 1863.
C> Look On This Picture-And On This… July 1863.
D> A Deluded Brother-Our Rebel Relative. July 1863.
57) A> [First Copperhead-"Well, here's 'Free Speech!'"…] 1863-1864.
B> Winning And Wearing. 1863-1864.
58) The Bad Bird And The Mudsill. July 1863.
59) Rubbing It In-Scene In The Park Barracks. n.d.

Cotton
60) A> The Last Moments Of The Swill-Calf; Or Trying To Raise Rebel Stock By Hand. September 1863.
B> ["The scorpion is one of the most stupid as well as one of the most venomous of insects…"] September 1863.
61) ["He had no wool on the top of his head,…] September 1863.

Vallandigham
62) A> A Hard Case-Vallandigham's Reception By His Friend Jeff. October 1863.
B> A Rare Old Game Of Shuttlecock. October 1863.
C> Vallandigham Ball(ot)ed Out. October 1863.

Peace
63) A> May be, Or May Not Be. November 1863.
B> [Nurse Greeley (to Dr. Jewett)- "Well, doctor, I really think…] November 1863.
C> Calling In Vain. November 1863.
D> "First Catch Your Hare." November 1863.l
64) Uncle Sam Spreading Himself And His Greenbucks At The Great Sanitary
Fair. December 1863.

Last days of the war
65) A> The Devil To Pay On Board The Steamboat "Confederate States".-Last
Boat Up Salt River. December 1863.
B> Jeff In A Warm Place. December 1863.
66) House-Clearing At Washington. January 1864.
67) Right At Last. January 1864 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun.
68) The Way In Which Mr. Stanton Wishes To Conduct The War. Spring 1864.
69) [Secesh lady of South Carolina (quite subdued by the sudden appearance of a scout of the 79th New York)-ugh…] 1864.
70) The Muscovite Ally. 1864.
71) A> Effect Of Giving Government Offices To Old Soldiers. 1864 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun.
B> Effect Of Giving Government Offices To Old Soldiers. 1864 Frank Leslie's Budget Of Fun.
72) Painfully Suggestive-A Recent Southern Incident. 1864.
73) Only Room For One In The Bed. 1864.
74) Jeff Davis Addressing His Brother Rebels From The Stool Of Repentance. 1864.
75) The Great Lecture On The Science Of War. July 1864.
76) A Self-Appointed Envoy. July 1864.
77) A> Unprotected But Not Afraid. 1864-1865.
B> War Among The Giants-Old World Pigmies Looking On And Trembling. 1864-1865.
C> The Cake In Danger. 1864-1865.
D> Surrounded. 1864-1865.
78) A> Mighty Particular. 1864-1865.
B> The Hardest Shell Yet. 1864-1865.
C> The Early Bird Catching The Pennsylvanian Worm. 1864-1865.
D> How Villiam Seward Would Dispose Of His Party. 1864-1865.
E> General Bombshells, The True Peace Canidate; Or, The War Path The True One. 1864-1865.
79) A> A Hollow Egg. November 1864.
B> The Bad Imitation
80) A> A Hollow Egg. November 1864.
B> That Bad Imitation-The C.S.A.-All The Oil Spent And Nary A Match! November 1864.
C> That's So! November 1864.
D> Drifting Of The Great Gassy Confederate-Uncle Sam Raises The Wind To Some Purpose.
81) [Santa Claus Sherman putting Savannah into Uncle Sam's stocking.]
December 1864.

Last days of secession
82) A> Reconstructing the U.S.-Only One Or Two Lamps Wanting! January-
February 1865.
B> The Last Embrace Of Old Sesch And His Pet Alligator. January-
February 1865.
C> [The Rebel Ballad-singer, Jeff Davis, singing…] January-February 1865.
D> Wreck Of The ship "Confederate" January-February 1865.
E> Castle Lincoln-No Surrender! Fort Davis-In Ruins! (2 scenes) January-
February 1865.
F> The Present Position. January-February 1865.
G> Resistless Breastworkers-For Lorn Hope. January-February 1865.
83) MISSING
84) Great Unionball-An Invitation. 1865.
85) A> Old Mr. Secesh Prefers Annihilation To Salvation In The Union Boat… 1865.
B> How The Canadian Judge Failed To See It. 1865.
86) A> "On To Richmond" 1865.
B> [Study for a picture of 6the prophet Bail-him going down South…] 1865.
87) A Peep Into Futurity. 1865.
88) Uncle Sam's Grand Auction-Cheap For Cash-The Owner Closing Up The Business To Go Into Real Estate. 1865.
89) ACgt; The Winter Of Their Discontent-Jeff And His Lieutenant Overtaken In A Snow Storm-Of Ballots. 1861-1865.
B> Where's The Joke? 1861-1865.
C> [Secretary Welles taking the first step towards creating a Navy-planting acorns.] 1861-1865.
D> Sinbad Lincoln And The Old Man Of the Sea. 1861-1865.
E> Highly Probable. 1861-1865.
F> [Hurricane Fan-tailed Monitor, For The Destruction Of The Confederate Navy. 1861-1865.
G> [The mammoth hammer rebel ram-smasher…] 1861-1865.
H> Great Phrenological Show. 1861-1865.
I> The Monitor Set In Danger; Or, All's Well That Ends Welles. 1861-1865.
J> An Unsportsman-Like Trick. 1861-1865.
K> [What the Captain of the Tallahassee is expected to do.] 1861-1865.
L> A Crushing Blow To The Confederate Pirates. 1861-1865.
M> A Challenge-Mr. Secretary Welles Upon His Metal. 1861-1865.

Slaves and war
90) A> The Man Who Won The Elephant At The Raffle. 1861-1865.
B> [He awakes to find that emancipation hasn't much altered his position after all.] 1861-1865.
C> [He imagines himself a Brigadier-General seated…] 1861-1865.
D> [He dreams that all the light and easy employments…] 1861-1865.
E> [He dreams that he is feted at Washington…] 1861-1865.
F> [He dreams that the young misses humbly waits upon him…] 1861-1865.
G> [He dreams that massa and he exchange positions, as above.] 1861-1865.
H> The Modern Othello. 1861-1865.
I> Butler Hanged-The Negro Freed-On Paper-1863. 1861-1865.
J> ["In a recent speech, Gov. Seymour said he was averse to raising Negro regiments…] 1861-1865.
K> Incident At Sing-Sing. 1861-1865.
L> "And Sure Such A Meeting As This Makes Amends." 1861-1865.
M> [First colored aristocrat-"Why, Gus!Gus!..] 1861-1865.
N> Scene-Negro Quarter, Down South: Time-Early Dawn. 1861-1865.
O> Dark Artillery; Or, How To Make The Contrabands Useful. 1861-1865.
P> The Pet Lamb And The Black Sheep; Or, The Unhappy Shepherd. 1861-1865.
Q> Prospects Of The Southern Sambo. 1861-1865.
R> Recruiting. 1861-1865.
S> [Lincoln-"I'm sorry to have to drop you…] 1861-1865.
T> [Lincoln- "Well, Master Fremont, that's rather a long reach…] 1861-1865.
U> To The Secession Miscreants. 1861-1865.
V> A Solemn Warning. 1861-1865.
W> A Humane But Officioure Hunter. 1861-1865.

Wartime British
91) A> John Bull's Idea Of Neutrality-John Bull As A Policeman. 1862-1865.
B> The Modern Janus. 1862-1865 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun.
C> The Perils Of Our Fishermen. 1862-1865.
D> [Uncle Sam-"Now, then, you young rascal…] 1862-1865.
E> That Aquatic Old Virago Again. 1862-1865.
F> Our Religious Ally John Bull In The Act Of Whipping The D-L Round A Stump. 1862-1865.
G> The Great Vermin-Seller- A Nuisance. 1862-1865.
H> A Case Of Virtuous Indignation. 1862-1865.
I> The Dog 290. 1862-1865.
J> A Picture In The Future. 1862-1865.
K> The Situation. 1862-1865.
L> Mr. Secretary Welles At Dinner. 1862-1865.
M> The Rebel Flea-You Put Your Finger On Him And He Is Not There. 1862-1865.
N> The British-Built Pirate Semmes And Mother Britanna. 1862-1865.
O> [Capt. Wilson (who has just winged a rather fine bird)-"That may be…] 1862-1865.
P> The Hend Of The Halabama. 1862-1865.
Q> Another Outrage In Neutral Waters. 1862-1865.
92) A> The Old Woman In Trouble. 1861-1865.
B> The Great Conundrum Of The Day. 1861-1865.
C> A Disgusting Spectacle To Its European Friends. 1861-1865.
D> Our Best Harbor Defenses-Cotton Bales. 1861-1865.
E> ["The steamship Atlantic, from Port Royal the 17th, arrived here yesterday…] 1861-1865.
F> A Row In The Servants' Hall. 1861-1865.
G> John Bull, The Celebrated Mote-Finder. 1861-1865.
H> Glaring Outrage By Uncle Sam Upon John Bull, And Another Defeat Of The British Aristocracy. 1861-1865.
I> Mr. Punch In A New And Congenial Character. 1861-1865.
J> A Nice Pair Of ducks For American Waters. 1861-1865.
K> The Political Blondin. 1861-1865.
L> That Egg! 1861-1865.
M> The Sick Man Of America. 1861-1865.
N> Blockade Runners Estopped-A View At The Entrance Of Cape Fear River. 1861-1865.
O> A Change Of Sentiment-Britannia On The Soft Sawder. 1861-1865.
P> The Telegrams And Old-World Tyrants. 1861-1865.
Q> Mad, Because Not Asked To The Banquet. 1861-1865.
R> A Peep Into The Future-The Monroe Doctrine Triumphant. 1861-1865.
S> Financial Poultry. 1861-1865.
T> A Great Case Of Bleeding-Uncle Sam In The Doctors' Hands. 1861-1865.
U> John Bull's New Artist Painting-The Portrait Of His Friend Saint Secesh. 1861-1865.
V> Mr. John Bull In Some Of His Favorite Characters. (2 scenes). 1861-1865.
W> John Bull In His Favorite Character Of Iago. 1861-1865.
X-1> [Iron-clad Foolcap for John Bull to prevent any new ideas getting into his head.] 1861-1865.
X-2> [Mr. John Bull as Mr. Legree, the Slavedriver.] 1861-1865.
X-3> [Mr. John Bull as Paul Pry, the Busybody.] 1861-1865.
X-4> [Mr. John Bull as Captain Kidd, the Pirate.] 1861-1865.
X-5> [Mr. John Bull as General Bombastes Furioso.] 1861-1865.
Y> 'Ow It All 'Appened. 1861-1865.
Z-1> Brother Jonathan's Collection Of Nautical Curiosities. 1861-1865.
Z-2> Eyesight Restored. 1861-1865.
Z-3> Columbia And The Foreign Pedlars. 1861-1865.
Z-4> 'Easier Said Than Done"-A Farce Lately Performed At Charleston. 1861-1865.
Z-5> [2. Louis Nap. Suggests that now is the time to sail in.] 1861-1865.
Z-6> [4. They see something in the distance which induces them t pause and reflect.] 1861-1865.
Z-7> [7. And to another little fact in the shape of a few Monitors-.] 1861-1865.
Z-8> [8. And to another little fact-a few little bags full of dollars.] 1861-1865.
Z-9> [John Bull- (the weathercock)-"Now, I'll just trim this here vane to East by West and North by South."] 1861-1865.
Z-10> A Gentleman In A Fix-An Unnatural Parent. 1861-1865.
Z-11> Beautiful British Consistency. 1861-1865.
Z-12> The Great Model Of Fashion. 1861-1865.
Z-13> [Uncle Sam-"Gillmore has done very well with the Charleston Pattern,…] 1861-1865.
Z-14> [An Eye-opener that brother Jonathan has prepared for John Bull and Johnny Crapaud.] 1861-1865.
Z-15> The Tender-Hearted Butchers Of Europe Shocked At The Virginia Campaigning. 1861-1865.
Z-16> The Last Suggestion From Richmond. 1861-1865.
Z-17> The Way John Bull Now Looks On The Southern Confederacy. 1861-1865.
Z-18> Circumstances Alter Cases-The Way Of The World. 1861-1865.
Z-19> The Great Confederate Ghost In London-John Bull Begins To See Completely Through Jeff Davis. 1861-1865.
Z-20> A Glance At The Future-Jeff's Reception At Old Mother Britannia's House. 1861-1865.
Z-21> The Proposed "First Step To Peace;" Or, Extrinsic Policy Entertained At Fortress Monroe. 1861-1865.
Z-22> Belshazzar Bull And The Handwriting On The Wall. 1861-1865.
Z-23> Perfectly Mute[s]. 1861-1865.
Z-24> Final Issue Of The War-The Longest Purse Wins. 1861-1865.
93) I. Shaky. 1860.

Lincoln and Davis
94) II.-Prof. Lincoln In His Great Feat Of Balancing. Vanity Fair, April 12, 1861.
95) III.-Co-Operation. Vanity Fair, April 12, 1862.
96) IV.-Right At Last. Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, June 13, 1863.
97) V.-Jeff Davis's November Nightmare. Frank Leslie's, December 3, 1864.
98) VI.- From Our Special War Correspondent. Harper's Weekly, April 15, 1865.

 

BOX 4: FOLDER 1: American Civil War Caricatures:

(Number corresponds with number marked on item)

Gold Rush
1) A Picture Of The World. 1849.

Army
2) A> [Brigham Young, hearing that President Buchanan has sent General…] 1856-1857.
B> The Dream Of The Future-Founded Upon Fact. 1856-1857.
C> He Drilleth Them, And Traineth Them To The Use Of Arms. 1856-1857.
D> After Drilling They Discuss The Question. They Resolve To Fly To Arms In Case Of War. 1856-1857.

Telegraph
3) Grand Tableau. 1857.

Great Eastern
4) A> Sailors Going Up And Down The Rigging On The Great Eastern. 1859-1860.
B> The Length Of The Great Eastern Obliges The Captain To Take A
Carriage… 1859-1860.
C> [A la mode Great Eastern's all the fashion now-…] 1859-1860.
D> [Little Boy-"Want a guide, sir, to go over the ship?…] 1859-1860.
E> ["I can just see a faint speck up yonder, which looks like a sailor coming
down the mainmast…] 1859-1860.
F> Apparition Of A Cabin-Boy, On Board The Great Eastern… 1859-1860.
G> [Passenger On Southern Dock-"Captain, I want to go to America…"
1859-1860.
H> The Famous Yorkshire Giant, Having Been Appointed Captain Of The
Great Eastern… 1859-1860.
I> Table-Service On Board The Great Eastern. 1859-1860
J> John Bull Slightly Elevated. 1859-1860.
5) Design For The Proposed Statue Of The City Hall, New York. 1859.

Garibaldi
6) [Mr. Bungle, one of the Garibaldi Committee, having advertised his readiness to receive contributions…] 1860.
7) MISSING.

British Royalty
8) A> Getting Ready For The Prince. 1860.
B> A Very Probable Event. 1860.
C> [The Ambassadors having retired for the night, their attendants try to…] 1860.
D> [A New York official having insulted Rumbo -Jami-Kami by asking after his family,…] 1860.
E> Portraits Of Two American Aristocrats, Or Mandarins-The Row-Die And the Qua-Ker. 1860.
F> Highly Probable Effect Of Democratic Example Upon The Future King Of England, Scene-Buckingham Palace, London. 1860.
G> The Antediluvian Ball; Or, The Festival Of The Fossils Of Society. 1860.
H> New York House-Pi-Ta-Lity; Or, Who Shall Lodge The Prince Of Wales? 1860.

Japanese Mission
9) A> Grand Dress Rehearsal At The Metropolitan Hotel. 1860.
B> Scene At The Metropolitan Japanese Ball. 1860.
C> [Being addicted to sociable bathing, and having learned how to turn on the Croton, they improve the opportunity…] 1860.

Election of 1860
10) A> Training For The Charleston Convention. 1860.
B> The Impending Crisis At Charleston. 1860.
C> The Presidential Pot-Pie. 1860.
D> "The Horrid Darkey Who Won't Let Folks Sleep." 1860.
E> Exposure Of Douglas's Secret. 1860.
F> The Irrepressible Conflict. H.P. Gray. 1860.
11) A> The "Ins" And The "Outs." 1860.
B> Scene From The Impending Crisis-A Farce, Now Performing In Washington,… 1860.
C> Great Sale Of Eligible Voters. 1860.
D> Old Abe And His Electors. 1860.
E> Duly Qualified. 1860.
F> Mistaken. 1860.
G> Grand Scene In The Charleston Pantomime. 1860.
H> Great Swimming Match To Come Off On The Fourth Of November. Stakes-The White House And $1000,000,000 Of Patronage. 1860.
I> The Perilous Voyage To The White House. 1860.
J> Late, Later, Latest, And Highly Important From Charleston- Our Special Dispatches By The Underground Line. (all text) 1860.
K> The Late Union Meeting At The Academy,… 1860.
L> The Smothering Of The Democratic Princes. 1860.
M> A Wise Precaution.-Sambo-"Massa Horace,…" 1860.
N> A Peep Into Futurity, Or The Funeral. 1860.
O> Billy Beward, The Celebrated Black Republican Minstrel, Retiring From The Stage. 1860.
P> Wise Or Otherwise. 1860.
Q> Back From Chicago. 1860.
R> [Tell us f his fight with Douglas,…] (all text) 1860.
12) In A Bad Fix (After Cruikshank). 1860.
13) A>[Uncle Sam-&qlot;Columby, dear, I've brought in Drs. Lincoln and Hamlin-maybe they can do you some good?…] 1860.
B> The Next Sensation-A Good Time Coming For The Darkeys. 1860.
C> The Successful And Unsuccessful Candidates At Breakfast The Morning After (Nov. 7). 1860.
D> A Dream-How The Lincoln Party Was To Have Been Upset In New York. 1860.
E> Adding Insult To Injury. 1860.
F> [Bill-"You know Breckinridge fellows broke up the party-…] 1860.
G> The House That John Brown Built. (all text) 1860.

Treasury
14) A> [Uncle Sam-"What on airth are yer doing to that bird of mine?…" 1860.
B> [I am so glad and so pleased!! I reckon we can keep our carriage and fixings now.] [TREASURY NOTES]. 1860.
C> A Fast Lady Of State. (all text) 1860.
D> A New Application Of The Barey System. 1860.
E> The Old Schoolmarm In Trouble. 1860.

Buchanan
15) A> The Busy B's Or A New Hand At The Bellows. 1860.
B> [Miss Columbia-"Good gracious, Abraham Lincoln! How did you manage to get the situation of overseer of my farm?…] 1860.
C> The Eclipse As Seen At The White House. 1860.
D> Our Special Correspondent To Japan. 1860.
16) A> Contradicted On The Spot. 1860.
B> Buchanan At Home-A Decided Novelty. 1860.
C> …In The White House. [Young Bob-"Pa, don't touch the supper!…] 1860.

Secession
17) A> [1. Mr. Buchanan, having recovered from the shock which the news of Lincoln's election gave to his nervous system,…] 1860-1861.
B> [2. Telegram 1-"The Legislature of South Carolina has voted for a convention preparatory to seceding form the Union…] 1860-1861.
C> [3. Telegram 2-"South Carolina has seceded-One hundred thousand men, 'spiling for a scrimmage,…]
D> [4. Mr. Buchanan, as soon as he settled his features and smoothed out his intellect…] 1860-1861.
E> [5. Telegram 3-"Alabama has seceded-Won't stand any nonsense-Fulminating powder…] 1860-1861.
F> [6. Telegram 4.-"Mississippi has seceded!-The great river dammed up…] 1860-1861.
G> [7. Telegram 5-"Florida has seceded-National ships wrecked upon the coast-…] 1860-1861.
H> [8. Telegram 6-"Whir-r-r-rrr-bang! Fort Sumter bombarded-…] 1860-1861.
I> [9. Telegram 7 And Last-"Georgia's gone-Five States and all the forts gone-…] 1860-1861.
J> [10. Dreams the horrors of the telegrams over again; but as his expressive countenance is invisible to mortal eye, we could not photograph…] 1860-1861.
K> To A Carolina Potato. (all text) 1860-1861.
L> Scene In A Leading Sanctum. 1860-1861.
M> A Nursery Tale Of The South. 1860-1861.
N> The Great Fight For The Championship Of England. (all text) 1860-1861.
O> Scene In Congress. 1860-1861.
P> The Provoked Schoolmistress. 1860-1861.
Q> Wreck Of The Ship Of State (Class A, No.1) In The Stormy Sea-Cession-James Buchanan, Master. 1860-1861.
R> Grand Distribution Of Government Pap. 1860-1861.
S> [Descent of Minerva on the Plains of Wheatland, for James Buchanan.] 1860-1861.

Lincoln and politics
18) A> The Conspirators In Consultation. 1861.
B> Winter Holidays In The Southern States-A Plantation Frolic-Dedicated To Wendell Phillips, Cheever, Beecher & Co. 1861.
C> How Abe Lincoln Escaped The Fire-Eaters Of The South And The Flames Of Secession. 1861.
D> Columbia And Her Suitors. 1861. B> The Great Original Wide-Awake. 1861.
20) Old Abe's First Night. [Old Abe takes his family to ascertain how Old Buck…] 1861.
21) A> A Model Minister. 1861.
B> Backing A Friend. 1861.
C> "To The Victors Belong The Spoils." 1861.
D> A Song For The Times. (all text) 1861.
22) The Ingratitude Of The Republic-Ans. 1861.
23) Washington Theatricals-The Political Hamlet. 1861.
24) Scene In Fort Sumpter. 1861.

Emigration
25) A> [The fashionable young ladies learn some household arts and sciences, long since considered as lost…] 1861.
B> Effect Of The Great And Increasing Emigration Of Working People From Europe. 1861.
26) MISSING
27) A> The Manner In Which The British Police Execute A Warrant To Arrest The British Lion. 1865.
B> The Magnanimous Manner In Which The British Police Execute A Warrant To Arrest The American Eagle. 1865.
C> How Kind Of Them! 1865.
D> English Snobs Toadying Uncle Jonathan After His Great Fight. 1865.
E> A[Arrival of very Wide-Awake attendants, with certificates of astonishing character.] 1865.
F>The Dirty Hand, Or Rather Too Familiar, Considering His Recent Behavior. 1865.
28) A> A Royal Ménage. 1864.
B> [In despotic kingdoms sentinels will have to be placed over laborers to prevent them going off to the U.S.] 1864.
C> [The way laborers will have to be hired in England, anno 1870.] 1864.
D> [Emigration will necessitate some change in the military systems of the Old World-e.g. Canine Sentries.] 1864.
29) [Naughty Boy-"Oh, uncle, do take this fool's cap off me,…] 1865.
30) Old Mother Britannia And Her Daughter, Miss Canada. 1865.


BOX 4: FOLDER 2: American Civil War Caricatures:

(Number corresponds with number marked on item)

Alabama
31) A> Sending In The Bill. 1865.
B> A Gentle Hint-But Will He Do It? Another Case Of Conscience-Money. 1865.
C> [J. Bull Esq. Alabama Claims.] 1865.
D> "The Bad Boy And The Good Little Girl". 1865.
E> Kept To Long. 1865.
F> How Old Andy Can Make Congress Useful. 1865.
G> The Bill Presented. 1865.
H> [Professor (Uncle Sam) to Pupil-"No Master Bill, repeat to me "the Golden Rule…"] 1865.
I> John Bull's Dismay At The Appearance Of Genuine Ghost. 1865.
J> A Hint For Uncle Sam. 1865.
K> The Old Coon Treed At Last. 1865.

Union Pacific Railroad
32) A> [Then as to the inducements for young men to settle on the line of the Pacific Railroad.] 1865.
B> Lo! The Poor Indian! He Objects To The Pacific Railroad. 1865.
33) The Rival Cake Sellers. 1865.

English and French
34) "The Cruelty To Animals" Society-From A National Point Of View. 1865.
35) A> Mexico, Snakes, Toads And Toad-Stools. 1863-1867.
B> Uncle Sam Busy Roadmaking-(Liberty Avenue, Right Across The Continent)-Somebody Gets In His Way. 1863-1867.
C> [Dr. Uncle Sam-"My good friend, Dr. Nap, I do not see that you and your have done much towards restoring that lady…] 1863-1867.
D> The Last Act Of The Monroe Doctrine. 1863-1865.
E> Napoleon, Crossing To Our Side Of The Globe In Search Of "Glory"(?)
Puts His Foot In It About The Latitude Of Mexico. 1863-1865.
F> An Awkward Present; Or, What Will He Do With It? 186-1865.
G> [Natural terror of the frogs in Mexico at the sight of a Frenchman.] 1863-1865.
H> Indecent Haste Of The Emperor Maximilian To His New States. 1863-1865.
I> Our Next Ambassador To Mexico-Minister Parrot. 1863-1865.
J> [Uncle Sam finds two fine mushrooms in his flea, nearly fit to pull.] 1863-1865.
K> The Monroe Doctrine. 1863-1865.
L> Probable Scene In Texas-Next Month. 1863-1865.
M> [Scene-Ruins of the Hotel De Mexico De La Republique, proprietor seated on window sill.] 1863-1865.
N> Taking French Leave. 1863-1865.
O> [Uncle Sam (to Montezuma, Jr.)-"You have done pretty well, my little friend, with that whittling…] 1863-1865.
P> For Max. This Pass Entitles The Bearer To A Free Passage To Europe In Any U.S. Vessel. (all text) 1863-1865.
Q> [Mexican contribution to the grand Paris Exposition of 1867. 1863-1865.
R> The Present Situation. 1863-1865.
S> The Modern Macbeth And His Mexican Banquo. 1863-1865.
T> [1. Johnny Bull and Louis Nap. Perceive that there is a difficulty in the United States.] 1863-1865.
U> [3. They start out to take Mexico.] 1863-1865.
V> [5. On approaching nearer, they discover that the object is Brother Jonathan, who calls their attention to the Monroe Doctrine…] 1863-1865.
W> [6. Brother J. therefore calls his attention to one little fact in the shape…] 1863-1865.
X> [9. And to another little fact-that he won't have him around there anymore.] 1863-1865.
Y> French Frogs Skedaddling From Mexico. 1863-1865.
Z> Nap's Last Move-Throwing A Tub To The Great American Whale. 1863-1865.

Reconstruction
36) A> Out In The Cold. 1866.
B> Return Of The Prodigal Son-New Version. 1866.
C> Andrew Heller Johnson's Great Ring Trick. 1866.
D> Baron Munchausen's Horse Feat Outdone-The Most Extraordinary Piece of "Reconstruction" On Record. 1866.
E> Mending The Family Kettle. 1866.
F> The Great Feat Of The Age. 1866.
G> The Butterfly That Can't Be Caught. 1866.
H> Andy Johnson With A Barrow Of Girls (Apple Sass). 1866.
I> Uncle Noah And The Foolish Animals Who Strayed Out-A National Tableaux. 1866.
J> The Great Event Of The Age. The Union Of The North And South. 1866.
K> A Moving Spectacle. 1866.
L> Oh! Ponder Well, Be Not Severe. 1866.
37) A> A Radical Idea Of Reconstruction. 1866.
B> A Washington Cabinet After A Radical Design. 1866.
C> Too Black A Dose. 1866.
D> The Juggernaut, His High Priests And His Victims-… 1866.
E> The Rival Hotel Keepers And The Darkey Guest-Sambo At A Premium. 1866.
F> The Pirates Ship; Or, The Modern Jonah. 1866.
G> The First Meeting Of The Bones And Banjo Congress. 1866.
H> The Executive. 1866.
38) A> How To Get Applause-Another Bit Of "My Policy". 1866.
B> The Reconstruction Dose. 1866.
C> The Cruel Uncle And The Vetoed Babes In The Wood. 1866.
D> A Black Prospect For The Greatest Of "The Andy's". 1866.
E> Awkward Collision On The Grand Trunk Columbia R.R. 1866.
F> A Precious Fix For A Boss. 1866.
G> Discovery Of Andrew Guy Fawkes In The Cellar Of Congress Hall. 1866.

Great Britain, 1866
39) Sauce For The Goose Is Sauce For The Gander. 1866.
40) The Schleswig-Holstein "Bother"-Poor Mrs. Britannia In The Position Of "The Unprotected Old Female". 1866.
41) A> Signor John Bull On The Chinese Tightrope. 1866.
B> [The dignified manner in which Mr. Ward, the imerican Minister, …] 1866.

Prussia
42) A> Great European Clubbing Match-The Nationalities Being The Clubs Used. 1866.
B> Eating Rumble Pie-Scene Café De Europe. 1866.
C>For Nap. The German War Of 1866. 1866.
D> The Bismarck Hotel-A Recent Tableaux. 1866.
E> Peace-And No Pieces! 1866.
F> ["The popular idea of the Freedman's Bureau-Plenty to eat and nothing to do." 1866.
G> Scene-Place De L'Europe. 1866.
H> Great Case Of Sun-Stroke In Europe-The House Of Hapsburg Shattered. 1866.
I> Mending The Maps Of The World. 1866.

Atlantic Cable
43) A Row Among The Celestial Bodies-Our Planet Takes The Shine Out Of Them On The Score Of Its Cable. 1866.

Thanksgiving
44) Uncle Sam And Hail Columbia Give A Thanksgiving Dinner To A Select Party. 1866.
45) Uncle Sam's Great Shower Of Meteors-Not To Be Postponed On Account Of The Weather. 1867.

Alaska and Canada
46) A> The Hibernico-Siamese Twins, Or A Divided Party. 1867.
B> [Tim Finnigan dreams that he sees King O'Mahony, with his Fenian
Army, walking in the clouds,…] 1867.
C> Commending The Poisoned Chalice To Her Own Lips. 1867.
D> [Theatricals extraordinary-first appearance of Andy Johnson in the
character of an English Policeman.] 1867.
E> Pitiful Case Of Chilblains Or Frost Bite; Or, The Young King Of Canada
In A Pickle. 1867.


BOX 4: FOLDER 3: American Civil War Caricatures:

(Number corresponds with number marked on item)



46) continued…

F> [Recent Arrival From "Erin" (to Head Center of F.B.)-"Well, Colonel, and
how does the F.B. get on?…" 1867.
G> [Head-Center O'Mahoney-"Brother Faynians, I have glorious news to tell
you…] 1867.
H> Triumphal Return Of General O'Killian From The Conquest Of Canada.
1867.
I> Too Bad Of Uncle Sam. 1867.
J> A Terrible Dig In The Ribs. 1867.
K> For J. Stephens. 1867.
L> Not A Bad Idea-An Inquiry Into Donnybrook Fair. 1867.
M> The Fenian Hunt-John Bull's Dragons Looking For The Irish Republicans… 1867.
N> A Duologue In A London Fog. 1867.
O> Jeff Davis Visits England-He Finds J. Bull Locking Up The Fenians. 1867.
P> John Bull And The Fenian (Very Big) Bull. 1867.
47) A> The Advantages Of Owning Russian America. 1867.
B> Russian America-Canvassing The State Ticket. 1867.
C> An Excellent Investment. 1867.
D> The Two Peter Funks. 1867.
E> The Right Man In The Right Place. 1867.
F> Effect Of Premature Trading With Walrussia. 1867.
G> Grand Tableau And Closing Scene In Polar Nuptials. 1867.
H> Preparing For The Heated Term. 1867.
I> Taking The Census. 1867.
J> William The Glutton. 1867.
K> Uncle Sam, Through His Real Estate Agent, W.H. Seward, Buys The North Pole… 1867.
48) The Child With A New Toy. 1867.

West Indies
49) Grand Political Pantomime For 1868. 1868.
50) Uncle Sam Goes Largely Into The Real Estate Business. 1868.

KKK
51) Out On Parole-Scene-A Southern Forest. 1868.

Paris Expedition
52) A> The Grand Exposition At Paris-Feast Of The Sovereigns-Roy;l Guests
And Skeleton Waiters. 1867.
B> Taking Him Down A Peg. 1867.
C> Closing Up Of The Paris Show-Uncle Sam Crowns Himself As The
Inventor Of The Model Republic. 1867.
53) C-Zar And Pompey-Very Much Alike-(Especially Pompey.) 1868.

Congress
54) A> He Would Not Get Off The Track To Please 'Em. 1868.
B> Too Much In The Cart-The Cart In Danger. 1868.
C> The Sick Lion Of Washington. 1868.
D> A Gentle Hint. 1868.

Stanton
55) A> A Fearful Contingency. 1868.
B> A Family Quarrel. 1868.
C> Blue Beard's Return-Blue Beard (Stanton). 1868.
D> A Radical Cure For Dumbness. 1868.
E> Looking Dark In The War Office; Or, Stanton's Sunset. 1868.
F> A Radical Cure For Dumbness. (different than 55D.) 1868.
G> Act II.-Andy Tries To Steal A March Upon Stanton. (12 scenes) 1868.

Impeachment
56) A> Flickering Out. 1868.
B> [The last opening-"Will they engage him?" 1868.
C> Ghostly Counselors. 1868.
D> B-N Butler As Guy Fawkes. 1868.
E> Scene In The Tribune Office During The Impeachment Crisis-H.G.
Trying To Keep Cool.
F> The Modern Pocahontas. 1868.
G> The Dying (Or Dead) Infant. 1868.
H> The Grand Impeachment Fizzle. (4 scenes) 1868.
I> Saved By A Doubt! 1868.
J> After The Battle. 1868.
K> [B.F.B. strives to promote an early blossoming of the apple.] 1868.
L> This Indiscreet Lad, Andy Johnson, Found Down In A Southern Lagoon A Large Egg. 1868.
57) The Two Sick Men. (all text) 1868.

Election of 1868
58) A> The Sick Men Of The World-Columbia Visiting The European
Infirmaries. 1868 Frank Leslie's Budget of Fun.
B> ["Patriotism, like Caesar's wife, and an egg, ought to be above
suspicion. "-Old Proverb. 1868.
C> Without Regard To Consequences, He Took It Home To His White
House, And Warmed It In Front Of His Office-ial Stove… 1868.
D>. The Sly Boy, Who Could See More Than He Can Eat. 1868.
E> Can't Eat Crow! 1868.
F> Phenomenal Sensation-The Political Miracle. 1868.
G> Hail To The Chief Who In Triumph Advances. 1868
H> War With England. 1868.
I> Greeley In London. 1868.
J> The Mermaid Democracy votin. For Seymour. 1868.
59) A> Christmas Carols At Washington; Or, The Wandering Minstrels Out In
The Cold. 1869.
B> A Burnt Child Dreads The Fire. 1869.
C> Explosion Of Another Gift Enterprise-Great Consternation Of The
Dupes- A Scene In Washington, D.C. 1869.
D> The New Christmas Tree-The Children In A Fix. 1869.
60) Fancy Portrait Of Brick Pomeroy While Writing His "Red Hot" Articles.
1869.

Salmon P. Chase
61) A> The Wild Goose Chase; Or, The Democratic… (2 scenes) 1872.
B> A Bogus Chase. 1872.
C> An Unfinished Work Of Art. 1872.
D> Great Running Match For The Presidency. 1872.
E> The Old Marriage Broker And Her Dupe. 1872.
F> The Raven (Mad)-Not Poe's But Wade's. 1872.

Employment
62) A> [Great consternation of a little boy, who must get a pail of water…] n.d.
B> [Agonized Party-"Oh, dear, dear! I want you to telegraph to my home that
it's all right-…] n.d.
C> [Specimen dial for Mechanicsville Town Hall-Hands employed to work
eight hours only.] n.d.
D> [First Fireman-"There's the bell!-a fire in the first…] n.d.
F> Scene-Mountains Of Penn.-Passenger Train At Full Stop-Time, Midnight.
n.d.
63) A> And A Gentler Style Of Grooming Is Adopted. n.d.
B> [The agreeable manner in which Mr. Jones's groom leads his horses to the
stable…] n.d.
C> The Wonderful Effects Of Rarey's New System. n.d.

Women's Suffrage
64) A> [Rev. Hyacinthia Rosemary, of the Sixth Street Permanent Revivalist's
Church.] 1867.
B> [Very Reverend Mrs. Archdeacon Ample-(Broad Skirt Believers). 1867.
C> The Pastor's Study. 1867.
D> [Mrs. Bishop Duckadiamonds (an accident)-"I shall trouble the choir to
sing a verse or two while I re-arrange my back hair.] 1867.
E> [Woman's Rights-"When the builders of this Republic shall realize that an
essential element of government is wanting…] 1867.
F> [Woman's Rights-" History tells us of many a brave man, equal to any
emergency, by land and sea, as soldier…] 1867.
G> When The Ladies Are Physicians. 1867.
H> [A pleasing and polished manner will succeed the present rough and
brutal demeanor of omnibus-drivers.] 1867.
I> When The Ladies Have Votes The Best Looking Man Will Be Their
Choice. Chairing The Candidate

Transportation
65) A> A Prospective View Of Some Of The Projects On Foot-And In The Air-
For Relieving Broadway, N.Y. 1867.
B> The Black Crook On Broadway. 1867.
66) A> An Everyday Scene Everywhere. 1 864-1865.
B> Society Sketches-A Petroleum Ball. 1864-1865.
67) No Title-Woman (Jenny Lind) in carriage standing amongst a group of
men.
68) Railroad Mania. 1865.
69) The Theatricals Of 1867. 1867.
70) A> The Public And The Stagedrivers. 1867.
B> [The poor bewildered countryman takes refuge on a spile to avoid the
hackmen.] 1867.
C> Just The Place. 1867.
D> Inconveniences. 1867.

New York incidents
71) A> [Enter dubious Young Man:] "Ah, good morning sir!…] 1867.
B> The Meeting Of Two "Lovers" Cruelly Prevented By A Dense Wall…
1867.
C> How Delightful It Is To Stop To Talk To A Lady… 1867.
D> Scene At Delmonico's-An American Dundreary. 1867.
E> The Luxury Of Being A Nuisance. 1867.

Fashion and leisure
72) A> [Coachman-"Five dollars, sir; regular fare from the ferry to the Astor
House…"] 1864-1865.
B> [Prospect of a Fight; or, not the first Puppy that has taken refuge behind
the Crinoline.] 1864-1865.
C> The Loves And Perils Of De Chaffer, Esq., At Newport. 1864-1865.
D> A Weighty Subject For Females. 1864-1865.
E> Scene-Central Park. 1864-1865.
F> [Till he rips through in-skirts an out-skirts, till he bursts the bars of his
cage…] 1864-1865.
G> [He pulls at the rope and the driver, but finds there is trouble below-…]
1864-1865.
H> [He sits in the crowded omnibus, and a damsel on either side….] 1864-
1865.
I> [Deserted Wife (reads)-"My dear love, you mustn't expect me to return
home to-night…] 1864-1865.
J> He Arrives, And Sees "Such A Lot Of Nice Girls." 1864-1865.
K> Crinoline. 1864-1865.
L> The Difficulty Of Dining Out, Caused By The New Style Of Crinolin). 1864-1865.
M> No Title-Woman walking in wearing a crinoline. 1864-1865.
N> No Title-Women gathered talking in a circle. 1864-1865.
O> The Dressing-Rooms On View. 1864-1865.
P> It Squally, Keep All taut, And Sued For It. 1864-1865.
Q> Your Rigging May Be Carried Away; It So. 1864-1865.
R> To One Of Whom He Is Introduced By A Mutual Acquaintance. 1864-1865.
S> Waltzing Of The Period. 1864-1865.
T> Studies Of Crinoline During An Equinoctial Gale. 1864-1865.
U> Crinoline And Its Results. 1864-1865.
73) A> Scene-Broadway. n.d.
B> Female Diplomacy. n.d.
C> The Padded Calf-Veal A La Mode. n.d.
D> A Very Pertinent Question. n.d.
E> The Sensitive And Highly Moral Jones… n.d.
F> Going It "Full Tilt". n.d.
G> A Tilt At The Tilters.-1. n.d.
H> A Tilt At The Tilters.-2. n.d.
74) A> Harry Takes His Cousins To The Seaside. n.d.
B> The French Papers Say That The Fashions For This Year Will Be
Reserved… n.d.
Paterfamilias. n.
B> [Miss Sphinx (to Youthful Vender of valentines)-"Fifty cents seems to
me to be rather high…] n.d.
C> Decline Of The Waterfall. n.d.
D> Boys Will Be Boys. n.d.
76) A> "Hats Off In Front." n.d.
B> Shocking Inadvertence. n.d.
C> Jealous, But Near-Sighted Clergyman… n.d.
D> [Ingenious contrivance for raising the lintel of doorways,…] n.d.
77) A> The Right Man In The Wrong Place. n.d.
B> Just The Thing. n.d.
78) The "Grecian Bend" And The Begging Poodle. n.d.
79) A> Fashionable Young Lady-The Panier. n.d.
B> The Paris Panie. n.d.
C> Ambitious Old Lady-Guess I'm In The Fashion." n.d.
80) Miss Bloomer On The Dress Movement. n.d.
81) [Hoops entirely abrogated, as involving expense…] n.d.
82) A> [Exquisite-"My good fella'-…] n.d.
B> An Embarrassing Position. n.d.
C> [Old Woman (to Swell in the country)-"Dear me!…] n.d.
D> The Low Tide Of Fashion. n.d.

Miscellaneous
83) He Must Be Going To Europe. n.d.
84) Unimportant But Annoying. n.d.
85) The First Automobile Accident. n.d.
86) Cover To An Early Glee Club Song. n.d.
87) From "College Scenes" By Nathan Hayward, Class Of 1850. n.d.
88) A> "Aw, Be Yourself" For March, 1926. n.d.


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