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1. Use the Ladder! Use the Ladder! Apple trees; Ladders; Farmers; Prosperity; Political participation; Political organizations; Political cartoons; Periodical illustrations; Man, labeled 'Unorganized farmer,' lying on ground under apple tree waiting for apples to fall in hat in his lap from apple tree labeled 'Prosperity.' Nearby is ladder with label 'Nonpartisan League.'

2. Good Old Days are Gone Good Old Days are Gone Farmers; Politicians; Luggage; Political cartoons; Periodical illustrations; Man, labeled 'N.Dak. Farmer' holding grip with 'Nonpartisan League more than 30,000 votes' written on side, indicating with his hand 'no' to man, labeled 'Old Gang Politician' asking, "Carry your grip,...

3. Corn Corn Corn; Farmers; Sun; Turkeys; Kissing; Smoking; Humorous pictures; Periodical illustrations; Humorous look at uses of corn and the word corn. Cartoon shows person with head as ear of corn with text "The Corn-belt is moving Up, (North) and text bubble "Guess they're goin' north with me." He is...

4. You'll have to get on the Nonpartisan car ahead, we're going to cut out the old party cars at the next You'll have to get on the Nonpartisan car ahead, we're going to cut out the old party cars at the next station! Railroad employees; Political parties; Political cartoons; Periodical illustrations; Magazine covers; Railroad conductor, labeled 'N.P.L. RY' on collor punching ticket of two men with heads extended out of curtain. They are labeled 'Republican' and 'Democrat.' Text bubble used as title.

5. Well Indorsed, John Burke, That's all. Don't forget Casey Well Indorsed, John Burke, That's all. Don't forget Casey Political elections; Political cartoons; Farmers; Fences; Periodical illustrations; Political advertisement for John Burke for U.S. Senate standing by fence with North Dakota Farmer and Uncle Sam on other side. Text bubble with farmer "I know your record as governor, John! If you're good...

6. Welding the Links Together Welding the Links Together Blacksmithing; Chains; Political cartoons; Periodical illustrations; Anvils; Cooperation; Man, likely representing the farmers of the Nonpartisan League, forging chain links (labeled for states in the region) together. Label attached to the chain reads 'Nonpartisan League.'

7. Your move, Big Biz is a poor loser Your move, Big Biz is a poor loser Checkers; Game boards; Board games; Political cartoons; Periodical illustrations; Farmers; Perspiration; Voting; Man, labeled 'N.Dak. Farmer', smiling and looking over checker board at man perspiring, labeled Big Biz. Over checkers by farmer won from Big Biz is label 'Labor & Local Businessmen's Votes.'

8. Farmer Gulliver, He's Waking Up at Last Farmer Gulliver, He's Waking Up at Last Farmers; Political cartoons; Periodical illustrations; Bankers; Politicians; Grain industry; Chambers of commerce; Press; Lawyers; '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...

9. How the Politician is Answered by League Members How the Politician is Answered by League Members Politicians; Political cartoons; Periodical illustrations; Post offices; General stores; Petitions; Political elections; Man in suit and top hat, labeled 'politician' holding candiate petition with text bubble "Hello, boys, you know I'm a good fellow, sign my petition as a candiate for office?" Man next to him responds "NO,...

10. Interrupting the Lesson Interrupting the Lesson Fathers; Families; Books; Political cartoons; Periodical illustrations; Farmers; Black eyes; Little boy, labeled 'Subsidized Press', points to his father's black eye (father labeled 'Intrenched Special Privilege') asking him, "But Papa who gave you that awful black eye?" Father is holding a book...

11. Speaking of Steam Rollers Speaking of Steam Rollers Road rollers; Farmers; Political cartoons; Periodical illustrations; Man operated steam roller labeled 'Non Partisan League' with text bubble "Now GIT, durn ye, who started this steam roller business anyhow?", chasing a sweating Big Biz on smaller steam roller, labeled...

12. Getting Ready To Carry The State Getting Ready To Carry The State Political cartoons; Periodical illustrations; Railroads; Voting; Political elections; Chambers of commerce; Seven men gathered around table with Alexander McKenzie on one side with text bubble "Well, boys, how many votes can you deliver?". Men on other side of table with labels and text bubbles: Contractor -...

13. Tug of War -- One of the Most Popular Games of the Northwest at the Present Time Tug of War -- One of the Most Popular Games of the Northwest at the Present Time Political cartoons; Periodical illustrations; Farmers; Wheat; Railroad companies; Bankers; Chambers of commerce; Grain industry; Lawyers; Ropes; Families; Children; Scales; A 'Scale of Prices' with farm family on one side attempting to raise the price of 'Wheat' by pulling wheat bundle bound by rope, while on other side three men labeled 'Banker' & text bubble "Wish I could...

14. What! Eggs 50 cents each? Fetch me a half dozen 'over'. My, but these farmers are getting rich! What! Eggs 50 cents each? Fetch me a half dozen 'over'. My, but these farmers are getting rich! Political cartoons; Periodical illustrations; Railroad dining cars; Eating & drinking; Waiters; Farmers; Food prices; Food industry; Man seated a dining table in railroad dining car holding wine list speaking to waiter. Outside window of car is a farmer plowing in field. The farmer is saying 'I'd like to eat on one of them diners once!'...

15. Signs of Spring Signs of Spring Political cartoons; Periodical illustrations; Spring; Police; Politicians; Farmers; Mailboxes; Parks; Horses; Hugging; Series of cartoons with a theme of spring as well as the National Nonpartisan League and politics. Includes man reading envelope by mailbox; man brushing horse; 'Old Gang' policement warning young man...

16. You can harvest in spite of the Fall rains, says Empty Dome You can harvest in spite of the Fall rains, says Empty Dome Political cartoons; Harvesting; Harvesting machinery; Weather; Rain; Moonlight; Fans; Clotheslines; Periodical illustrations; Images show various humorous methods of drying grain that awaits harvesting.

17. Gleaners in North Dakota Gleaners in North Dakota Political cartoons; Harvesting; Politicians; Swine; Chickens; Voting; Fences; Periodical illustrations; Horses; Using political comparisons the cartoon demonstrates various methods of farmers harvesting grain while keeping predators at bay.

18. If you give that calf enough rope, Hiram, it will hang itself! If you give that calf enough rope, Hiram, it will hang itself! Political cartoons; Magazine covers; Cattle; Periodical illustrations; Fences; Farmers; Hiram Rube, symbolic charcter for farmer, holding on to rope around a calf attempting to run away, with sign tied to tail 'Anti-farmer gang' while man (Uncle Sam) standing behind fence speaking to farmer....

19. Producer being robbed by the grain combine while a Minnesota police office ignores them Producer being robbed by the grain combine while a Minnesota police office ignores them Political cartoons; Magazine covers; Periodical illustrations; Police; Criminals; Police officer standing with his back against a street light pole, while a man robs another man on the street behind him.

20. Definitions of bolshevism with appolgies to our constitutional rights Definitions of bolshevism with appolgies to our constitutional rights Political cartoons; Periodical illustrations; Communism; Six men, in separate cartoons, after speaking, are accused of being bolsheviks which is spelled in various ways. Panel 1: "I do not agree with you, the majority should rule!" Reply: "You're a Bolshevik!"...
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