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    • 7th Street, north from Walnut Street

    • Saint Louis (Mo.)--Pictorial works; Business districts--Missouri--Saint Louis--1910-1920; Streets--Missouri--Saint Louis--1910-1920; Saint Louis (Mo.)--Buildings, structures, etc.
    • Watercolor art by William A. Byrnes for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. The illustration shows 7th Street, beween Walnut and Market streets in downtown St. Louis, Missouri. Presented by The St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
    • [Dancing Pan and nymph]

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    • Original ink drawing by William A. Byrnes for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Byrnes' series of drawings demonstrated the techniques of producing newspaper illustrations. The caption reads: 'Pen drawing with Ben Day background.' Presented by The St....
    • [Genoa program 'The Conference' ...]

    • Editorial cartoons--American--1920-1930; Economic and Financial Conference
    • Original drawing for an editorial cartoon by Roy H. James for the St. Louis Star. The cartoon refers to the 1922 Genoa Conference -- Economic and Financial Conference -- during which representatives of 34 nations met to discuss global economic...
    • [Hanky -Panky Ranchettes]

    • Editorial cartoons--American--1950-1970; McNary, Gene, 1935- -- Caricatures and cartoons
    • Original drawing for an editorial cartoon by Bill Mauldin for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. The cartoon shows St. Louis County Executive Gene McNary driving in an old-fashioned open-air automobile along a road lined with signs: 'Hanky-Panky...
    • [Happy New Year]

    • Editorial cartoons--American--1910-1920
    • Original drawing for an editorial cartoon by Ray D. Handy for the Duluth News-Tribune. The cartoon shows New Year's revelers on top of the world as the old year as an old man '1913' falls off the earth. Label on right corner: 'Ray T. (sic) Handy in...
    • [History of St. Louis]

    • Editorial cartoons--American--1910-1920
    • Ink drawing for an editorial cartoon by Archibald B. Chapin for the St. Louis Republic. The cartoon shows King Louis IX of France -- the personification of the City of St. Louis -- rising from an open volume of a book. Two other volumes bear the...
    • [Horse and buggy]

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    • Original drawing by cartoonist Homer Davenport. The drawing depicts a man driving a horse-drawn buggy. A few bystanders watch the driver. A pencil sketch of a man, with head partly inked in, appears at the bottom of the page.
    • [New industry]

    • Editorial cartoons--American--1950-1970
    • Original drawing for an editorial cartoon by Bill Mauldin for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. The cartoon shows a fat catfish labeled 'New industry' contemplating a fish hook labeled 'Metropolitan St. Louis'.
    • [Rail strike]

    • Editorial cartoons--American
    • Original drawing for editorial cartoon by Roy H. James for the St. Louis Star. The cartoon shows a hand--'Rail strike' -- holding back 'Coal production' from falling into a pail labeled 'Coal distribution'.
    • [St. Louis voter]

    • Editorial cartoons--American--1950-1970
    • Original drawing for an editorial cartoon by Bill Mauldin for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. The cartoon depicts a man labeled 'St. Louis voter' beating the Democratic party donkey labeled 'Ward bosses'. The donkey has his mouth in a bucket marked...
    • [Teamsters Local 245]

    • Editorial cartoons--American--1950-1960; Gibbons, Harold J., 1910-1982--Caricatures and cartoons; International Brotherhood of Teamsters. Local 245 (Springfield, Mo.)
    • Original drawing for an editorial cartoon by Bill Mauldin for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. The cartoon shows a caricature of Harold J. Gibbons, a St. Louis labor leader and vice president of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, as Sherlock...
    • [Truck dream]

    • Editorial cartoons--American--1950-1970
    • Original drawing for editorial cartoon by Bill Mauldin for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
    • [Untitled drawings]

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    • Untitled pencil drawings and text by Archibald B. Chapin, on verso of ink drawing cartoo, D01844a. Chapin worked for the St. Louis Republic from 1913 to 1919 and the St. Louis Star in 1920.
    • [William Howard Taft holds his speech of acceptance]

    • Editorial cartoons--American--1900-1910; Taft, William H. (William Howard), 1857-1930--Caricatures and cartoons
    • Original drawing for editorial cartoon by Homer Davenport. In the cartoon, William Howard Taft holds his acceptance speech. Two men stand beside him: 'Labor' on his left and 'Capital' on the right.
    • [William Jennings Bryan and Japan question]

    • Editorial cartoons--American--1910-1920; Bryan, William Jennings, 1860-1925--Caricatures and cartoons; United States--Foreign relations--Japan--Caricatures and cartoons
    • Original drawing for an editorial cartoon by Ray D. Handy for the Duluth News-Tribune.
    • [Winner take all]

    • Editorial cartoons--American--1950-1970
    • Original drawing for an editorial cartoon by Bill Mauldin for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. The cartoon shows two men, labeled 'County Democrats" and 'County GOP', sitting at a table playing poker. The chips are labeled 'Patronage'. The Democrat has...
    • [Winter]

    • Editorial cartoons--American
    • Original drawing for an editorial cartoon by Ray D. Handy for the Duluth News-Tribune. The cartoon depicts 'Old man winter', the sun over his shoulder, holding a net and chasing a butterfly. A monkey, holding a smaller net, runs beside him. The...
    • 'Don't mind me'

    • Editorial cartoons--American--1920-1930; National Railroad Shopmen's Strike, U.S., 1922; Strikes and lockouts--Railroad--United States
    • Original drawing for an editorial cartoon by Roy H. James for the St. Louis Star. The cartoon shows a freight car, labeled 'Rail strike', riding on the rails over a man, labeled 'Public'. The cartoon refers to the 1922 railway shopmen's strike.

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