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Clavilithes penrosei (Heilprin) from the middle Eocene of Texas
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Portrait of: William Hogarth (1697-1764)
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Harlot's Progress: Plate I: Ensnared by a Procuress
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Harlot's Progress: Plate II: Quarrels with her Prosecutor
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Harlot's Progress: Plate III: Apprehended by a Magistrate
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Harlot's Progress: Plate IV: Scene in Bridewell
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Harlot's Progress: Plate V: She Expires while Doctors are Disputing
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Harlot's Progress: Plate VI: The Funeral
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Portrait of: Joseph Ferdinand Keppler (1838-1894)
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The Democ-Rats Caught in the Presidential Trap
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At Last!
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The Reign of Peace
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The European Equilibrist
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In the Clutches of the Monster
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The Opening of the Congressional Session
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Napoleon's Retreat
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Before and After
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Adventures of a Lost Ball
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Oh, If it were not for the Hole in Double Figures!
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Why some Men are Having a Hard Time Finding Their Clubs
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A Golf Nut in Winter Quarters
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The American Girl Abroad: Some Features of the Matrimonial Market
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That Delicious Moment: When You Find You Are to Take in to Dinner the Girl Who Yesterday Refused You
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Revised: March Fourth Comes in Like a Tiger and Goes Out Like an Elephant
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Her First Appearance in This Costume: She Thinks, On the Whole, She Feels More at Home in a Ball Dress.
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America's Tribute.
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Book II--Youth -- "The Goddess of hunting, at the the request of Pallas Columbia, accustoms Teddysses to the perils of the chase"
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Book VI--Temptation -- "The Sirens try to lure Teddysses to the 'Rocks,' but having bound himself to the Ship of State, Columbia steers him through"
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Book IX--Incantation -- "Pallas Columbia warns Teddysses against the magic oil of the enchantress Circe, which had turned so many of his comrades into swine"
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Book X--Iteration -- "ZE U.S., Pallas Columbia, the people, foreign rulers, all beseech Teddysses to retain the empire"
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Book XI--Apotheosis -- "Pallas Columbia requests for him a place in history"
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Scotch Civility: "Can you point me the way to Drumtochty, Sandy?"
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"Ye gang straight doon the road, mon"--
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"An' juist ower the wee sma' hill."
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"I thank you, sir, from my heart."
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"Dinna mention it, mon."
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The Political Caricaturists -- "The demon cartoonist first makes a caricature of his victim; then the victim is pulled and twisted, rolled and kneeded, until his resembles in every way the demon's fanciful conception."
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The Editors -- "Editors who take an awful satisfaction in rejecting manuscripts are piled in huge, red-hot iron waste-baskets. Those, also, who sin by swearing falsely to the circulation of their papers are here. They are put down deep into the bottom of the baskets …"
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Mendacious Individuals--Men Who Tell Fish Stories -- "… I came upon the men who are given to falsehoods, particularly men who were fond of telling 'fish stories.' These sinners are hung up on fish-hooks over a boiling lake, where, through the long, hot ages, they writhe and squirm like fretted fishes jerked from the calm delights of a placid pool."
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The Quack Doctors -- "The sewers of Hell are flushed with patent medicines. Wallowing in this stream of mysterious decoction are the souls of the quack doctors, gulping their own poison. To add to the punishment, unceasing showers of large pills descend, the doctors frantically beating the air in their endeavors to ward off the bitter storm."
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The Poker Players -- On "the plain of Pokerdom … the hot wind was blowing strong. The signs rustling in the stacks swung to and fro with the breeze. Just as far as I could see, these tangled heaps of humankind reared their lofty peaks to the opaque sky, while the bats swung around them and built nests in their whiskers."
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The Brute Pugilists -- "… I looked into a large enclosure, and saw the mode of punishment that Judge Minos, in his severest mood, metes out to the professional pugilist. The sluggers were holding glove contests with the most powerful of the demons. Some of them fought vigorously for a moment, but in the end they all succumbed. As the demons wore gloves covered with short iron spurs and the pugilists had only the regulation mitten, with eight ounces of padding, the contests were rather one-sided."
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Illustration Number Twenty -- "What's all the row about?" "Why, you know Old Bonescraper died the other day, and those are his heirs. They're contesting the will."
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Illustration Number Twenty-Four -- "The Spearheads seem to be awfully good to that old uncle of theirs" "I should say so. Why, he owns two canoes, three stone hatchets, and half a dozen bearskins, and they're his sole heirs."
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Illustration Number Twenty-Eight -- "What's the matter with Mr. Skinclad?" "He's been under Dr. Stonehatchet's care for some time, and the doctor is presenting his bill."
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Illustration Number Thirty-Four -- "Stonehatchet and his wife seem to be having a frightful row." "I should say so! She just found a long red hair on his shoulder."
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Illustration Number Thirty-Eight -- "What's he making that picture on the rock for?" "He's been fishing, and he's showing the size of the sabre-tooth shark that bit his hook but got away."
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Illustration Number Eight -- "What's the joke, Stonechips?" "Look at that Brontosaurus! It tried to attack my mother-in-law!"
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Portrait of: William Allen Rogers (1854-1931)
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The Announcement -- "The blackest count in the indictment against Germany is foreshadowed in the warning by the Imperial German Embassy at Washington to all Americans, of the crime which was to follow on May 7th, 1915."
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Spraddled -- "It looked as though the German Army was spread over too much territory--faced too many fronts to be effective!"
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Let the decoration fit the crime -- "It was asserted and has never been denied, by the German Government, that the Kaiser decorated the commander of the 'U' boat which sank the Lusitania."
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Preparing a few more answers to our protests -- "Germany was ready to talk about restricting 'U' boat activity as long as we would listen to her; but the sound of riveting machines in her shipyards was her real answer."
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The Junker must go -- "England, France, Russia, Italy and the United States recognized that the Junker menace to the world must be thoroughly crushed before Peace could ever return to the world."
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Portrait of: Thomas Nast (1840-1902)
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The Crowning Insult to Him Who Occupies the Presidential Chair.
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The Millennium. The Tiger and the Lamb Lie Together.
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Very Social.
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General Inspection. General Hancock and General Vacancy.
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They Both Lie Together in the Washington Arena.
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"Jack London" "A famous rebel art thou"
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"J. D. Rockefeller" "My conscience hath a thousand several tongues . . ."
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"Woodrow Wilson" "By my faith, he is very swift and sententious-As you like it"
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Our Heroes in Hollywoood. The Crooner - Rudy Vallee. The Dancer - Fred Astaire. The Comic - W. C. Fields.
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Tallulah Bankhead flew through the air with the greatest of ease in Midgie Purvis, 1961.
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Janice Rule on an Olympian cloud, Cyril Ritchard descends to his Satanic underworld. The lovers are Dran Seltz and Bruse Yarnell in The Happies girl in the World, 1961.
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