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Why You Must Help
Bankers; Business people; Railroad employees; Farmers; Signs (Notices); Crows; Farmers' groups; Agriculture;
Two large men, dressed as farmers, labeled 'Railroads' and 'Big Biz Banker' walking with two small men in hand, labeled 'Subsidized farm journals,' and fake farm leader.' One of the smaller men saying,...
Getting a Mouthful
Farmers; Politicians; Progressivism (United States politics); Legislation;
Man, representing farmer, shoving 'progressive legislation' bill down throat of 'The Old Gang' lying on ground with image of U.S. Capitol in background.
Some New Ground Being Broken This Spring
Plows; Plowing; Horses; Farmers; Political organizations;
Man (N.D. farmer) with plow being drawn by two horses (Nonpartisan League), plowing the state of North Dakota with other men labeled as other region states looking on. Text for men representing states...
Hiram Rube Reflects on His Experiences in North Dakota
Farmer, called Hiram Rube, outlines his history of farm mortgages from 1886 to 1916.
Corn; Farmers; Sun; Turkeys; Kissing; Smoking; Humorous pictures; Periodical illustrations;
Humorous look at uses of corn and the word corn. Cartoon shows person with head as ear of corn with text "The Corn-belt is moving Up, (North) and text bubble "Guess they're goin' north with me." He is...
Welding the Links Together
Blacksmithing; Chains; Political cartoons; Periodical illustrations; Anvils; Cooperation;
Man, likely representing the farmers of the Nonpartisan League, forging chain links (labeled for states in the region) together. Label attached to the chain reads 'Nonpartisan League.'
Your move, Big Biz is a poor loser
Checkers; Game boards; Board games; Political cartoons; Periodical illustrations; Farmers; Perspiration; Voting;
Man, labeled 'N.Dak. Farmer', smiling and looking over checker board at man perspiring, labeled Big Biz. Over checkers by farmer won from Big Biz is label 'Labor & Local Businessmen's Votes.'
How John Burke Made the Big Interests Come Across
Bankers; Grain industry; Farmers; Money; Political cartoons; Periodical illustrations; Political campaigns;
John Burke, U.S. Treasurer, speaking to two other men representing 'Minneapolis banker' holding a bag labeled 'U.S. Gov. money for farmer', and 'Grain combine', with text bubble of Burke "Trot out that...
Farmers; Political cartoons; Periodical illustrations; Business people; Diamonds; Rings; Hands;
Hand, labeled 'N.Dak. farmers strength combined', holding hand of 'Big (Biz) Five', preventing it from reaching down on man labeled 'Farmer.' Big Biz' fingers are labeled: Railroads, Money Trust, Grain...
Political cartoons; Periodical illustrations; Railroad companies; Farmers; Bags; Government officials; Food supply;
Man symbolizing the North Dakota farmer with heavy load of sacks on his back labeled 'Wheat,' 'Corn,' 'Wool,' 'Hides,' 'Farm products,' and a head of cattle, with label on rope holding them together 'World's...
You can harvest in spite of the Fall rains, says Empty Dome
Political cartoons; Harvesting; Harvesting machinery; Weather; Rain; Moonlight; Fans; Clotheslines; Periodical illustrations;
Images show various humorous methods of drying grain that awaits harvesting.
Gleaners in North Dakota
Political cartoons; Harvesting; Politicians; Swine; Chickens; Voting; Fences; Periodical illustrations; Horses;
Using political comparisons the cartoon demonstrates various methods of farmers harvesting grain while keeping predators at bay.
Seven ages of pants
Political cartoons; Trousers; Politicians; Business people; Dogs; Farmers;
Montage of various images featuring pants, including the seven stages of: 'Baby-age, Bloomer-age, Short Pantage, First Long Pants, Sport-age, Hustle-age, Success-age.' Feature cartoon features 'Big Biz'...
Why not keep the money in the Northwest?
Political cartoons; Periodical illustrations; Farmers; Weights & measures; Justice; Blindfolds; Cities & towns; Farms; Grain industry;
Man, labeled 'The Farmer', kneeling before blindfolded woman representing justice and holding a scale that is empty for the rural area (West) while weighted down with buildings and money representing cities...
Difference in their past records
Political cartoons; Sick persons; Knives; Rifles; Farmhouses; Families;
Cartoon panels both labeled 1933. The first shows man labeled Fred Aandahl with large knife in hand (with text '9% interest') beside a patient labeled 'Mortgaged Farmer,' with operating room doors in distance...
Christmas, Santa Claus, stockings and some other things
Political cartoons; Periodical illustrations; Christmas stockings; Christmas presents; Farmers; Chimneys; Beds; Sleeping; Crying;
Series of cartoons under the theme of Christmas with images of Santa Claus, Nonpartisan League, North Dakota Farmer, Old Gang politician, Big Biz and North Dakota Legislature.
Producer being robbed by the grain combine while a Minnesota police office ignores them
Political cartoons; Magazine covers; Periodical illustrations; Police; Criminals;
Police officer standing with his back against a street light pole, while a man robs another man on the street behind him.
Definitions of bolshevism with appolgies to our constitutional rights
Political cartoons; Periodical illustrations; Communism;
Six men, in separate cartoons, after speaking, are accused of being bolsheviks which is spelled in various ways. Panel 1: "I do not agree with you, the majority should rule!" Reply: "You're a Bolshevik!"...
By the Dawn's early light
Political cartoons; Magazine covers; Periodical illustrations; Farmers; Democracy; Flags; Birds; Democracy; Crows; Politicians;
Farmer spreading 'democracy' seed in field from bag labeled 'Liberty seed', with a crow on ground labeled 'Old Gang.' The sky is rendered as the U.S. flag.
Farmer stealing all the politician's thunder
Political cartoons; Farmers; Politicians; Flags; Periodical illustrations; Magazine covers; Audiences;
Upset 'Politician' standing behind stage scenery looking at man (Hiram Rube) labeled 'Farmer' waving a U.S. flag at audience.
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