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How John Burke Made the Big Interests Come Across
Bankers; Grain industry; Farmers; Money; Political cartoons; Periodical illustrations; Political campaigns;
John Burke, U.S. Treasurer, speaking to two other men representing 'Minneapolis banker' holding a bag labeled 'U.S. Gov. money for farmer', and 'Grain combine', with text bubble of Burke "Trot out that...
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...
Hiram Rube Reflects on His Experiences in North Dakota
Farmer, called Hiram Rube, outlines his history of farm mortgages from 1886 to 1916.
I'm so busy raising food for our allies and my boys over there, I can't stop, now. I'll answer you next fall at election!
Political cartoons; Farmers; Business people; Politicians; Plowing; Automobiles; Farms; Traitors; Money; Food;
Man, labeled 'farmer' behind plow handles speaking the title, while two men seated in automobile in distance by fence. 'Big Biz' saying "You're a traitor!" while the other man, labeled 'Politician' says...
Farmer stealing all the politician's thunder
Political cartoons; Farmers; Politicians; Flags; Periodical illustrations; Magazine covers; Audiences;
Upset 'Politician' standing behind stage scenery looking at man (Hiram Rube) labeled 'Farmer' waving a U.S. flag at audience.
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.
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!"...
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!'...
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 -...
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,...
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