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    The old bronco-buster 1 photomechanical print : offset, color. | Illustration shows Joseph G. Cannon on a bucking bronco labeled "Insurgence", just barely hanging on with one hand while holding the "Party Whip" with the other. The saddle, labeled "Speakership", is held in place by a strap labeled "The System"; the bridle is labeled "Patronage".
    • Contributor: Crawford, Will
    • Date: 1910-08-31
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    The mystery of the mistletoe 1 photomechanical print : offset, color. | Illustration shows a beautiful young Native woman standing beneath a sprig of mistletoe at a colonial Christmas party, several men in attendance appear eager to kiss her.
    • Contributor: Crawford, Will
    • Date: 1910-12-07
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    Running the gauntlet 1 photomechanical print : offset, color. | Illustration shows a small man labeled "Consumer" badly bruised after running between two rows of Native Americans labeled "Provision Trust, Ice Trust, Fuel Trust, Butter & Egg Trust, Clothing Trust, [and] Copper Trust" who have beaten him with a sack of "Self Rising Flour" and a "Sugar Cured" ham, a coal scuttle, bundle of wood, a "Gas...
    • Contributor: Crawford, Will
    • Date: 1909-06-16
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    Surely the world is growing better 1 photomechanical print : offset, color. | Illustration shows an imaginary battle where aircraft, battleships, and submarines are engaged in shooting at each other.
    • Contributor: Crawford, Will
    • Date: 1909-10-27
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    The easy umpire 1 photomechanical print : offset, color. | Illustration shows a battered diminutive football player labeled "The Plain People" telling President Taft, as an umpire, that a player labeled "Aldrich" for the opposing team is playing a dirty game, breaking the rules and cheating, but Taft never penalizes him for his actions.
    • Contributor: Crawford, Will
    • Date: 1909-11-10
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    Watching the tape or watching the wheel - what is the difference morally? 1 photomechanical print : offset, color. | Illustration shows a two panel cartoon, on the left, anxious businessmen are gathered around a ticker tape machine, reading the ticker tape; and on the right, anxious gamblers are gathered around a roulette wheel, awaiting the outcome.
    • Contributor: Crawford, Will
    • Date: 1912-08-28
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    Jack the giant-killer 1 photomechanical print : offset, color. | Illustration shows two giants, one labeled "Taft" and the other labeled "T.R.", standing back to back, nervously perspiring, as a young boy holds aloft a sword labeled "Tariff Revision" with his right hand while holding a basket labeled "Empty Market Basket" to his chest with his left hand.
    • Contributor: Crawford, Will
    • Date: 1912-09-11
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    "Gee, but you look funny!" 1 photomechanical print : offset, color. | Illustration shows two football players, the one on the left, representing the Republican Party, is wearing a red uniform labeled "1892", and the one on the right, representing the Democratic Party, is wearing a blue uniform labeled "1912"; each wears outlandish headgear.
    • Contributor: Crawford, Will
    • Date: 1912-11-13
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    Extinct 1 photomechanical print : offset, color. | Illustration shows the Republican elephant among the bones and ghosts of dinosaurs, one is offering a membership card that states "Ancient Order of Extinct Animals - Membership Ticket".
    • Contributor: Crawford, Will
    • Date: 1912-11-27
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    Christmas in a mining camp 1 photomechanical print : offset, color. | Illustration shows a gold miner standing at the door to a cabin telling the miners inside, who are celebrating Christmas, that there has been a "gold strike up the creek", which causes the miners to rush for the door.
    • Contributor: Crawford, Will
    • Date: 1912-12-04
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    "Hands up!" 1 photomechanical print : offset, color. | Illustration shows Santa Claus pointing a handgun at the viewer.
    • Contributor: Crawford, Will
    • Date: 1912-12-11
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    Don't blame the motorist for all the automobile accidents in city streets. Look at some of the things he is up against 1 photomechanical print : offset, color. | Illustration shows an automobile driver trying to negotiate workmen in the roadway, children playing ball in the street and darting in front of automobiles, absentminded pedestrians stepping off the curb, and people exiting streetcars into oncoming traffic. Includes a lengthy caption about the hazards an automobile driver faces on city streets.
    • Contributor: Crawford, Will
    • Date: 1913-01-29
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    The canteen or the dive - in the name of decency and common sense, which is best for the American soldier? 1 photomechanical print : offset, color. | Illustration shows an Army officer with a woman labeled "W.C.T.U." a clergyman, and a man labeled "Timid Legislator" standing in a doorway, viewing scenes in a canteen, where soldiers are playing chess and reading, and a dive where soldiers are drunk, arguing, and consorting with prostitutes. Includes a lengthy caption about "W.C.T.U." efforts to close canteens and...
    • Contributor: Crawford, Will
    • Date: 1913-02-19
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    There is always a last straw 1 photomechanical print : offset, color. | Illustration shows German Emperor William II about to place another bundle of rifles, swords, and ammunition labeled "The Last Straw" onto a huge stack of weapons labeled "German Armament" on the back of a camel labeled "German Capacity War Taxation".
    • Contributor: Crawford, Will
    • Date: 1913-05-07
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    Making medicine 1 photomechanical print : offset, color. | Illustration shows William H. Taft and William Jennings Bryan as Native Americans sitting by their tipis, Taft heating his full dinner pail over a small fire, and Bryan beating on a drum labeled "Discontent". James S. Sherman and John W. Kern are sitting on the ground among a group of others standing in the background.
    • Contributor: Crawford, Will
    • Date: 1908-09-09
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    "The winning of the West" 1 photomechanical print : offset, color. | Illustration shows William H. Taft on horseback during a tour of the American West where he is making a campaign stop to address a gathering of cowboys, farmers, lumberjacks, and businessmen. Taft's clothing and the horse's brand, saddle, and bridle are emblazoned with "TR", the initials of Theodore Roosevelt, suggesting Roosevelt's endorsement of Taft in the upcoming...
    • Contributor: Crawford, Will
    • Date: 1908-10-14
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    A clean sweep 1 photomechanical print : offset, color. | Illustration shows a large broom labeled "Election" sweeping up the trash of campaign slogans, signs, and symbols of William Jennings Bryan and William H. Taft.
    • Contributor: Crawford, Will
    • Date: 1908-11-04
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    The fog 1 photomechanical print : offset, color. | Illustration shows a ship labeled "American Business" sailing into a fog labeled "The Sherman Law" and passing a bell buoy labeled "Dept. of Justice".
    • Contributor: Crawford, Will
    • Date: 1911-11-22
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    A Christmas nightmare 1 photomechanical print : offset, color. | Illustration shows two children surrounded by broken toys. The toys are pointing fingers at the children and complaining to Santa Claus about the treatment they've received from them over the past year; Santa is sitting on the right, reading a large book labeled "Condition of Last Years Toys".
    • Contributor: Crawford, Will
    • Date: 1911-12-06
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    "Due process of law" 1 photomechanical print : offset, color. | Illustration shows a man wearing a top hat labeled "Lawyer", sitting on a pile of money bags labeled "Fees" in a cart drawn by a donkey labeled "The Law"; the reins are labeled "Red Tape" and the harness is labeled "Technicalities" and "Delays", hanging from a whip just beyond the donkey's reach is a carrot labeled "Conviction...
    • Contributor: Crawford, Will
    • Date: 1912-01-03
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    "Why you no cuttee off your queue?" 1 photomechanical print : offset, color. | Illustration shows an Asian, possibly Chinese, soldier offering scissors labeled "Enlightenment" to Uncle Sam so that he can cut off his long braid labeled "Partisan Politics"; the soldier's own severed braid labeled "Servitude" lies on the ground at his feet.
    • Contributor: Crawford, Will
    • Date: 1912-01-31
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    The boy scout 1 photomechanical print : offset, color. | Illustration shows President Taft as a scout sneaking up on a tipi labeled "Outlook Wig-Wam" which shows the shadows of several men wearing feather headdresses, the one on the left may be Theodore Roosevelt.
    • Contributor: Crawford, Will
    • Date: 1912-03-06
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    A new scout on the old trail 1 photomechanical print : offset, color. | Illustration shows a young "Boy Scout" standing outside his tent, meeting "Davy Crockett, Buffalo Bill, Texas Jack [Omohundro], Kit Carson, California Joe, [and] Dan'l Boone".
    • Contributor: Crawford, Will
    • Date: 1912-06-05
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    What our forefathers did to "special privilege" 1 photomechanical print : offset, color. | Illustration shows a British soldier trying to dodge bullets during the American Revolutionary War.
    • Contributor: Crawford, Will
    • Date: 1912-07-03
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    Such a sad case! 1 photomechanical print : offset, color. | Illustration shows a child-like figure labeled "American Industry" supported by an infant walker on wheels labeled "High Protection", holding in one hand a bottle of "Payne Aldrich Baby Food" and in the other a rattle shaped like the U.S. Capitol dome. On the tray of the walker is a broken elephant, an eagle, a bull moose, and...
    • Contributor: Crawford, Will
    • Date: 1912-07-31