The Political Cartoons ClipArt gallery offers 311 political cartoons from American history. Many of the cartoons are by Thomas Nast.
Horace Greeley as the Trojan Horse of the Democratic Party who will do "anything to get in" but "you…
Sure thing, Horace Greeley is between two stools.
Horace Greeley covering the "Monument of Infamy" associated with Tammany Democrats. "The whited sepulcher…
Hurrah for Horrace (Greedey) Greeley for President
Horace Greeley relinquishes Editorship of the New York Tribune - no longer a "party organ."
Horace Greeley whitewashing the Tammany Tiger. "What are you going to do about it," if "old honesty"…
Horace Greeley attempting to woo Miss Columbia May. "None but the brave deserves the fair."
Horace Greeley's Liberal Republicans attempt to steal President Grant's policies (pants).
Horace Greeley's storm battered coat and hat from "something that will blow over."
Horace Greeley's defeat in the 1872 Presidential Election - "dismounted from the Democratic steed."
As usual, Horace Greeley puts his foot in it.
Mixing day at Harper's Weekly - making mud to fling at Greeley.
Horace Greeley's past editorials come back to haunt him.
A reminder of Horace Greeley's past record, another feather in the hat.
The Greenback Group (Pro-Inflation) made up of Senators Logan, Morton, Cameron, and Carpenter shown…
The "murdered rag baby" of the Greenback Party will not be still.
Title page made for Mrs. Grundy on Saturday July 8th, 1865.
Mayor Oakey Hall as a stubborn jack-in-the-box.
New York Mayor Oakey Hall as "the last thorn of summer."
Oakey Hall's glasses only in the very English legend, "H'all that's left."
During the 1880 Presidential Elections, General Hancock and the Democratic Party is "starving for offices."
General Hancock at odds with Senator Randolph for dismissing the Tariff Reform as "local question."
A political cartoon released by the Democratic Party mocking the Hartford Convention candidate.
Nast being held down by General Disposition to give President Hayes'' surrender policies a chance.
The championship fight between Heenan and Thomas Sayers, on April 17, 1860.
Abraham Hewitt as Don Quixote unhorsed after electoral disputes of 1876.
Senators Hoar and Hawley accept Blaine.
Nast shows New York corruption with Tammany as "The Power Behind the Throne" of Mayor Hoffman.
Nast depicts New York corruption as Tammany Hall contemplates Mayor Hoffman's Presidential bid. Hoffman:…
A ring cartoon of 1868 showing Mayor Hoffman on a screen to cover the city frauds, a respectable screen…
"The Seat of War." Napoleon III trying to seat the Prince Imperial.
Army of the Frontier stands firm against Indian outbreaks, despite retrenchment, red-tape, and a political…
The right for the Indians / Native Americans to vote.
Senator Daniel W. Voorhees repelling an exodus of washer-women from Indiana.
Capital divided the Dollar in front of Labourer.
"By inflation, you will burst. Uncle Sam: 'You stupid money-bag! There is just so much money in you;…
The International Monetary Conference in Paris and how the silver currency is an unsound footing.
A caricature showing an old man holding an umbrella and a bag.
A cartoon drawing of Thomas Jefferson.
President Johnson's farewell, "farewell, a long farewell, to all my greatness!"
The President's joy at the result of the impeachment trial of 1868.
Civil Service Reform is equal justice for both the briber and the bribed.
During the New York Election of 1879, John Kelly as the spider of the Tammany web. "'Come into my parlor,'…
During the 1880 Presidential Elections, John Kelly is excited that Tilden has given in and refuses the…
A caricature showing an old man dressed up like a king, fishing.
What's in a name?
The Legal Pointer is off scent to get justice.
The game of fox and geese; a view of the legal trials of the period.
Caricature of Thomas Nast's first interview with Frank Leslie. Frank Leslie was a great publisher, in…
The Liberal Republican faction of Senators Schurz, Fenton, Trumbull, Sumner, and Tipton consider selection…
Liberal Republicans wrecked by a tidal wave, "we are on the home stretch."
A political cartoon describing civilian answers to the new war cry during World War I. This cartoon…
Martial Law in Louisiana in 1875. The U.S. Bayonet is not partisan in the Louisiana Legislature.
The unpublished cartoon of James R. Lowell lecturing corrupt European countries.
A March montage of "in like a lion, out like a lamb," the sign of Aries, and a rabbit.
Mr. McKinley after Harrison's defeat in 1892.
How the mortgage generally terminates.
Napoleon III and Otto von Bismarck during the Franco-Prussian War. Louis Napoleon as the friend of Death.
The meeting of Nast and Watterson in central Jersey.