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Burr Opper, Frederick
Frederick Burr Opper
Opper, Frederick B.
Opper, Frederick Burr
Opper, Frederick Burr (American cartoonist, 1857-1937)
Two-dimensional nonprojectable graphic
Atwood, Clara E.
Ehrhart, S. D. (approximately 1862-1937)
Ehrhart, Samuel D. (approximately 1862-1937)
Field, Eugene (1850-1895)
Keppler, Joseph Ferdinand (1838-1894)
Keppler, Udo J. (1872-1956)
Opper, Emma A.
Starkweather, William Edward Bloomfield (1876-1969))
Taylor, Charles Jay (1855-1929)
Welsh, Charles (1850-1914)
藤野, 紀男 (1940-)
American millionaire at home and abroad; or, why a great many of our rich men ought to refrain from "crossing the pond"], [The
complete Tribune primer., The
Hoosier schoolmaster, The : a story of backwoods life in Indiana
"Little Napoleon of Wall Street" in exile, The
little private mutual admiration scheme, - Joss Ben and his only priest, Sun-Sun, A
long-felt want supplied--Puck's hand-book of etiquette for "help"], [A
Look before you eat
Low, Son & Haydon's pure toilet soaps
McKinley has almost all the chips; - but the game is young, yet
[McKinley held to account]
[McKinley's valentines from his expectant and hopeful fellow-citizens]
Merely wants to know
Money in it
Monopoly in Hades--How the place will be run, two years after Jay Gould's arrival
moon must love me very much, for, when the night is fine, of all the windows in the world, it comes and shines through mine!, The
More money wanted - O'Connor's charity craft
Mother Goose library 3.
new coat, The
new commercial industry (two salesmen representing rain-making organizations)], [The
new policeman on the beat - the monopoly gang defies him!, The
"new woman" and her bicycle - there will be several varieties of her, The
New York's Republican "standard-bearer"
New York's St. Patrick
Nothing but wind!
Now let the show go on!
Nursery rhymes for infant industries. An alphabet of joyous trusts--no. 5
old fox nailed up at last, The
old guard to the front, The
Old jokes in new political clothes
old saying twisted, An
only Democratic presidential candidate who stands a chance of election in 1884, The
original political dude out-duded, The
Oscar the apostle. Puck's "Wilde" dream of an aesthetic future for America
[Our clubs. A few possibilities]
painful position for nurse McKinley, A
peoples' mania for getting their names in the paper], [The
played-out tenor - from star to street-singer, A
Poor paterfamilias - the family rises and he has to pay the freight
prodigal's return - a cold reception, The
public be damned!, The
Puck's coaching parade, 1883
Puck's gallery of celebrities--The king of a-shantee
Puck's presidential possibilities.
Puck's pyrotechnics - Fourth-of-July fireworks free to all
Puck's suggestion to the congress of religions
Puck's valentines for 1894
[Reading the newspaper at the Eagle Inn]
Reflections at the rink
relic of the dark ages, A
resistless march of reform - the "hostiles" must go!, The
right man for mayor of greater New York, The
Rival political gardeners
sea-serpent season upon us again, The
Shutting the stable-door after the horse is stolen
Shylock Hanna - he is bound to have his pound of flesh
silver-tongued ventriloquist and his dummies, The
slight error, A
Social hypocrisies, and the painful scenes they save us from
Some people who ought to "swear off" this new year's
Some popular conceptions that the wheeling mania will change
Spoiling their slide
Strange, but true
sunday show - profit for pagan and preacher, A
Supreme Court,--"As it may hereafter be constituted"--If the silverites ever get a chance to put their populistic and revolutionary platform into force, The
swift work of Count de Gink., The
Take them away!
Tammany Fagin and his pupils, The
Tammany throws away its "butt", and the monopoly bootblack picks it up
"Tammany will send a full delegation to the state convention" - New York Times, August 15th
They can not stop the wheel
They can't fight
This is not a scene from l'Assommoir, nor does it represent a man with hydrophobia; ...
Time to call a halt
"Too many cooks spoil the broth"
Trying it on
Trying to make an April fool of him
[Uncle Sam as a "good thing" for European money-getters]
Uncle Sam's "crazes" past and present
United in misery
unpromising pair of racers, An
VERY DULL RACE-MEETING, A : NO PUBLIC INTEREST IN THE CONTEXT
very shaky show, A
Wanted - a leader!
We are getting there fast
We've all got to retrench!
Well -- ?
What a newspaper puff can do
What makes the cost of living so high? Prominent experts give their views
[When the dime museum boom bursts]
Willie and his papa, and the rest of the family