The Political Cartoons ClipArt gallery offers 311 political cartoons from American history. Many of the cartoons are by Thomas Nast.

Criticism for the "White-Washing Committee's report on the "ring's" accounts. The "White-Washing Committee" invited by The Ring controller to inspect his books. Nast entitled this drawing "Three Blind Mice."

White-Washing Committee's Reports

Criticism for the "White-Washing Committee's report on the "ring's" accounts. The "White-Washing Committee"…

Nast depicts New York corruption with wholesale and retail double standards in dealing with New York thieves.

Wholesale and Retail

Nast depicts New York corruption with wholesale and retail double standards in dealing with New York…

A caricature showing a widow crying over a flower.

Widow-Bird

A caricature showing a widow crying over a flower.

An illustration of a political cartoon depicting a woman and an oil container.

Woman & Oil

An illustration of a political cartoon depicting a woman and an oil container.

"When women vote--the problem solved"

Women's Suffrage cartoon

"When women vote--the problem solved"

"House cleaning day"

Women's Suffrage cartoon

"House cleaning day"

"The ostrich-minded voter"

Women's Suffrage cartoon

"The ostrich-minded voter"

"A nut she doesn't try to crack. No equal suffrage state or country ever repealed its suffrage law."

Women's Suffrage cartoon

"A nut she doesn't try to crack. No equal suffrage state or country ever repealed its suffrage law."

"The opposition swan-song. Nobody wants woman suffrage."

Women's Suffrage cartoon

"The opposition swan-song. Nobody wants woman suffrage."

"The attraction. Meeting will be addressed by a good looking suffragette by order of committee. Busy Bill--Maybe I don't know politics, but I knows human nature in the cow country. The sign fetched 'em!"

Women's Suffrage cartoon

"The attraction. Meeting will be addressed by a good looking suffragette by order of committee. Busy…

"One ounce of fact is worth a ton of theory."

Women's Suffrage cartoon

"One ounce of fact is worth a ton of theory."