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Nast
Nast, Th
Nast, Thomas
Nast, Thomas (American cartoonist and illustrator, 1840-1902)
Nast, Thos
Thomas Nast
Dates: 
1840-1902
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Billings, Josh (1818-1885)
Charles E. Feinberg Collection of Walt Whitman (Library of Congress)
Frost, Arthur Burdett
Locke, David Ross (1833-1888)
Pullen, Charles Henry
Roy J. Friedman Mark Twain Collection (Library of Congress)
Saint Hill, Thomas Nast
Titles: 
"All hail and farewell to the Pacific Railroad." Wendell Phillips
American river Ganges--The Priests and the Children, The
apple of discord at the Geneva tribunal, The
art and politics of Thomas Nast, The
Bar of Destruction [Death as bartender serving run to man as 2 small children beckon from doorway], The
Chicago platform, The
Christmas drawings for the human race
Christmas Station
Death at the polls, and free from "Federal Interference"
Decoration-day
emancipation of the negroes, January, 1863 - The past and the future, The
Every public question with an eye only to the public good
"Get thee behind me, (Mrs.) Satan!"
good (pure white) shepherd, The
[Grand caricaturama]
Greek slave, The
group of vultures waiting for the storm to "Blow Over" - "Let Us Prey"], [A
Hans Brinker; or, The silver skates a story of life in Holland
Honi-Soit-Qui-Mal-Y-Pense
Ignis fatuus
In memoriam--our civil service as it was
Josh Billings papers, 1872:, The
Killing the goose that laid the golden egg
"Move on!" Has the Native American no rights that the naturalized American is bound to respect?
"News" in Washington
night before Christmas, c2005:, The
Noble Red Man", "The
"None but the brave deserves the fair"
[Otyły mężczyzna na czele grupy innych mężczyzn]
president of the United States and his cabinet, for 1872, The
Princip-als, not men--A lawyer pleading for his "client"
Probabilties
"Protecting White Labor"
question after the New York election--what kind of a time did you have?, The
Rebel general startled in his camp by the beautiful and unexpected display of northern light, A ; What they say of us & what we are
Rebel guerrilla raid in a western town, A
rising of the dead, The
robber & the robbed stocked & punished together, The
[Robert Edward Lee, full-length portrait, seated at table, facing left]
Roman Catholic mission from England to the "heathens" of America, A
same old pirate afloat again, The
same ultramontane cat all over the world, The
Secretary...investigating the Indian Bureau, The
self made party, The : the party that Butler belongs to and the party he serves
silver skates, The : a story of life in Holland
Sketches by Boz
slippery hill of Georgia, The
Some day
"Speak out, or resign"--New York Herald
spirit of Tweed is mighty still "...and even yet you don't know what you are going to do about it!", The
statute of limitation, The
"Stocking of Contents"
["Stop thief!"]
Street scene in London--winter evening
"Swingin round the cirkle."
Swinging round the circle. A. Johnson to H. Greeley- "Now you know how it is yourself"
["Tammany Hall is going to the inauguration." News. They can't help themselves]
Th. Nast's illustrated almanac for ...
Thanks to Grant
This establishment needs constant advertising
Thomas Nast, 2013:
Thomas Nast : cartoons and illustrations
Thomas Nast : Karikaturen : Pfalzgalerie Kaiserslautern, Januar-Februar 1978.
Thomas Nast pictures of Civil War reporters.
Thomas Nast : political cartoonist
Thomas Nast's Christmas drawings
"Time works wonders"
"'Tis the times' plague, when madmen lead the blind"--Shakspeare [sic]
tramp period, The
truce - not a compromise, but a chance for high-toned gentlemen to retire gracefully from their very civil declarations of war, A
Trying to bully and browbeat each other
Union of all nations
Usual Summer eruption, The
Waiting
Waving "the olive branch," or wearing of the Tweed
"We'll fight it out on this line if it takes all summer"
Well may the West ask, "is this the civilized East?"
What a trifle may embroil nations! British lion to American eagle, "In the name of Queen Victoria, the royal family, and over a million of children, I demand his release."
"When the Spring-time comes, gentle"--Indian! Polygamous barbarian: "Much guns, much ammunition much whiskey, and much kill pale-face."
Which color is to be tabooed next?
Who ought to have the Cardinal's hat in America?
"Why we laugh"--Pro tem
Will the Senator from Massachusetts do this, to make his words good?
William Tell -- will not surrender or bow to the old hat
Yes, Virginia, there is a Santa Claus
Young American roast beef for old England
Young, Dictionary of American Artists (1968)
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