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Title
Anything for a Scandal' caricature in Puck Magazine, 1898
Contributor
Keppler & Shwarzmann (publisher)
Date Created and/or Issued
1898-09-28
Contributing Institution
California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
Collection
Hearst Caricatures Collection
Rights Information
Notice regarding copyright of materials available online: http://lib.calpoly.edu/support/policies/sca-policies/copyright-guidelines/#online-copyright
Description
'Puck' humor magazine (volume XLIV (volume 44), No. 1125) featuring a cartoon caricature of President William McKinley holding a dirty US Flag while facing mudslinging anthropomorphizations of the New York Times, New York World, and Politics outside of the United States Capital. Written beneath are the words, "Anything for a scandal. The government has done its best for its brave men in the field. In throwing mud at the President they only besmirch the national honor." On the back side there are commentaries and a drawing titled 'The Necessary Apprenticeship'. Circa September 28th, 1898.
Type
image
Format
Magazine cover
Identifier
069_spc_00000004
http://digital.lib.calpoly.edu/rekl-25310
Language
English
Place
New York
United States
Source
Hearst Caricatures Collection--MS 069--http://www.oac.cdlib.org/findaid/ark:/13030/c8125rcf/

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