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Farmer Gulliver, He's Waking Up at Last
Farmer Gulliver, He's Waking Up at Last
TitleFarmer Gulliver, He's Waking Up at Last
Date of Original1916-03-09
Description'Farmer Gulliver' rising up on ground surrounded by little men, some flung into the air, each representing antagonists of farmers, including Professional politicians, Office seekers, Middle man, Usurious bankers, Wheat gambler, Packing trust, Land hogs, The Press, Crook lawyers, Big Biz, Members of Chamber of Commerce, Grain combines, Contractor, Railroad magnets, Harvester trust.
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General SubjectPolitics & Government
Subject (LCTGM)Farmers
Political cartoons
Periodical illustrations
Bankers
Politicians
Grain industry
Chambers of commerce
Press
Lawyers
LocationNorth Dakota
United States
Decade1910-1919
Item NumberHD1485.N4 N66
Format of OriginalDrawings
Dimensions of Original24 x 27 cm.
Publisher of OriginalNational Nonpartisan League
Place of PublicationFargo (N.D.)
Transcription"Everybody knows the story of Gulliver and the Lilliputians. Gulliver was a big, strong man, but he was mastered by a horde of little fellows, each no bigger than one of his hands, who caught him white he was asleep and tied him down to the ground by a thousand little threads. Gulliver could have dealt with these little people singly in short order, but they caught him napping. The thread each one tied to him was not strong, but together they resisted his efforts, for awhile. Then Gulliver woke up and he was pretty angry. He mustered his strength, broke the bonds which held him and swept the horde of pests away. There has been a farmer Gulliver in North Dakota and like the Gulliver of old he has been caught napping and a horde of little pests have tied him down. But he is waking up! See him, as he observes what these little fellows have done! you bet he is angry! And he is bursting those bonds which the little fellows have been years making secure. He is awake now and he is going to be a match for those little fellows - what?" - Text accompanying image.
"Prizes for Women Readers, To stimulate interest in the woman's department of the Leader and to get into closer touch with the farm women of North Dakota the Leader is offering this week $25 in prizes in a letter-writing contest for women and girls. Full particulars will be found in the women's department, Page 14." - Text above image.
NotesCaption title.
Illus. in: Nonpartisan Leader, March 9, 1916, p. cover.
Artist unknown, other than 'Mo' or 'Mc' written in lower right corner of illus.
Repository InstitutionNorth Dakota State University Libraries, Institute for Regional Studies
Repository CollectionNonpartisan Leader periodical collection HD1485.N4 N66
Collection Finding Aidhttp://hdl.handle.net/10365/6983
Credit LineInstitute for Regional Studies, NDSU, Fargo (HD1485.N4 N66)
Rights ManagementIn public domain.
Languageeng;
Digital IDNPL00060
Original SourceNonpartisan Leader, March 9, 1916
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