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The great congressional tramp bullying the old women of the national household

Author: Bernhard Gillam
Publisher: N.Y. : Published by Keppler & Schwarzmann, 1882 July 12.
Edition/Format:   Image : Graphic : Original artwork : English
Database:WorldCat
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Print shows George M. Robeson shabbily dressed as a tramp, standing in a doorway; Joseph W. Keifer, as a small dog with a cap labeled "Speaker" tied to its tail, stands behind Robeson, and on the floor at his feet is a broken plate labeled "Appropriatons $182,496,018 Administration 1868-76"; he carries a club labeled "Repn. Leadership" and branded on palm of his left hand is the word "More". His appearance in the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Periodical illustrations
Cartoons (Commentary)
Chromolithographs
Named Person: George M Robeson; Joseph Warren Keifer; William Windom; John P Jones; John Sherman; John Alexander Logan; J D Cameron; Frank Hiscock; George F Edmunds; David Davis; B W Harris; Abram S Hewitt; William P Frye; J D Cameron; David Davis; George F Edmunds; William P Frye; B W Harris; Abram S Hewitt; Frank Hiscock; John P Jones; Joseph Warren Keifer; John Alexander Logan; George M Robeson; John Sherman; William Windom
Material Type: Graphic, Original artwork, Internet resource
Document Type: Visual material, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Bernhard Gillam
OCLC Number: 788903883
Notes: Title from item.
Illus. from Puck, v. 11, no. 279, (1882 July 12), centerfold.
Copyright 1882 by Keppler & Schwarzmann.
Description: 1 print : chromolithograph.
Responsibility: Gillam.

Abstract:

Print shows George M. Robeson shabbily dressed as a tramp, standing in a doorway; Joseph W. Keifer, as a small dog with a cap labeled "Speaker" tied to its tail, stands behind Robeson, and on the floor at his feet is a broken plate labeled "Appropriatons $182,496,018 Administration 1868-76"; he carries a club labeled "Repn. Leadership" and branded on palm of his left hand is the word "More". His appearance in the doorway frightens the "Old Women" of Congress who were gathered around a table, drinking tea. Depicted wearing women's dress are William Windom standing behind the door labeled "Congress", John P. Jones spilling a pot of tea, John Sherman fainting, John A. Logan labeled "306" and supporting Sherman, James D. Cameron also labeled "306", Frank Hiscock, George F. Edmunds, David Davis eating an "Independ Plum", Benjamin W. Harris and Abram S. Hewitt locking the "Appropriations Pantry", and William P. Frye hiding behind a chair. Uncle Sam and Puck appear at far left, running toward the building.

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