Photo, Print, Drawing The grand old game of tit for tat / Dalrymple.

[ digital file from original print ]

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Title
The grand old game of tit for tat / Dalrymple.
Summary
Print shows Uncle Sam, looking obstinate and pointing his finger at some point between the "Germany Home Market" and the "France Home Market", as he responds to their complaints. He is standing on the left, at the "U.S. Home Market" which is stocked with such commodities as beef, pork, ham, rice, cotton, canned goods, manufactures, wheat, corn, and cabbage. On the right, across a narrow channel, is a German man standing next to a barrel of "Beet Sugar"; in the background, across another channel is a French man and a woman labeled "Belgium" standing next to boxes labeled "Wines".
Contributor Names
Dalrymple, Louis, 1866-1905, artist
Created / Published
N.Y. : Published by Keppler & Schwarzmann, 1895 January 23.
Subject Headings
-  Uncle Sam (Symbolic character)--1890-1900
-  Commerce--1890-1900
-  Tariffs--1890-1900
-  International relations--1890-1900
-  Markets--1890-1900
Format Headings
Cartoons (Commentary)--1890-1900.
Chromolithographs--Color--1890-1900.
Periodical illustrations--1890-1900.
Notes
-  Title from item.
-  Caption: Germany You vill not take mein raw sugar, - I vill not take your bork or beef or hay or noddings. Donnerwetter! / France Sacré nom de dieu! You discriminate against my wine! It it not so? I will not take your goods. / Uncle Sam What do I care for commercial intercourse and prosperity? I've got my "Home Market" all to myself, see?
-  Illus. from Puck, v. 36, no. 933, (1895 January 23), centerfold.
-  Copyright 1895 by Keppler & Schwarzmann.
Medium
1 print : chromolithograph.
Call Number/Physical Location
Illus. in AP101.P7 1895 (Case X) [P&P]
Repository
Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. 20540 USA http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/pp.print
Digital Id
ppmsca 29075 //hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/ppmsca.29075
Library of Congress Control Number
2012648692
Reproduction Number
LC-DIG-ppmsca-29075 (digital file from original print)
Rights Advisory
No known restrictions on publication.
Language
English
Online Format
image
Description
1 print : chromolithograph. | Print shows Uncle Sam, looking obstinate and pointing his finger at some point between the "Germany Home Market" and the "France Home Market", as he responds to their complaints. He is standing on the left, at the "U.S. Home Market" which is stocked with such commodities as beef, pork, ham, rice, cotton, canned goods, manufactures, wheat, corn, and cabbage. On the right, across a narrow channel, is a German man standing next to a barrel of "Beet Sugar"; in the background, across another channel is a French man and a woman labeled "Belgium" standing next to boxes labeled "Wines".
LCCN Permalink
https://lccn.loc.gov/2012648692
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  • Call Number: Illus. in AP101.P7 1895 (Case X) [P&P]
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Dalrymple, Louis, Artist. The grand old game of tit for tat / Dalrymple. , 1895. N.Y.: Published by Keppler & Schwarzmann. Photograph. https://www.loc.gov/item/2012648692/.

APA citation style:

Dalrymple, L. (1895) The grand old game of tit for tat / Dalrymple. , 1895. N.Y.: Published by Keppler & Schwarzmann. [Photograph] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2012648692/.

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Dalrymple, Louis, Artist. The grand old game of tit for tat / Dalrymple. N.Y.: Published by Keppler & Schwarzmann. Photograph. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/2012648692/>.