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    • 12-Story office building

    • 1888
    • Exterior perspective drawing of an office building.
    • University of Minnesota Libraries, Northwest Architectural Archives
    • 19-Story Office Building

    •  
    • Exterior perspective drawing of an office building.
    • University of Minnesota Libraries, Northwest Architectural Archives
    • 20-Story Office Building

    • 1887 - 1891
    • Exterior perspective drawing of an office building.
    • University of Minnesota Libraries, Northwest Architectural Archives
    • 28-Story Skyscraper

    • 1886
    • Architectural drawings showing the Longitudinal section and floor plans for a 28-story skyscraper.
    • University of Minnesota Libraries, Northwest Architectural Archives
    • 28-Story Skyscraper

    • 1886
    • Exterior perspective drawing of a skyscraper.
    • University of Minnesota Libraries, Northwest Architectural Archives
    • 28-Story Skyscraper

    • 1887
    • Exterior perspective drawing of a skyscraper.
    • University of Minnesota Libraries, Northwest Architectural Archives
    • [Minnesota Politics], an editorial cartoon by "Bart"

    • 1916?
    • Dressed as farmers, Wisconsin Senator Robert La Follette and Supreme Court Justice Charles Evans Hughes, both Republicans, are shown working the State of Minnesota soil. La Follette runs behind a horse labeled "Radicals" and pulling a tine harrow...
    • Gustavus Adolphus College
    • [Transportation a la Minneapolis], an editorial cartoon by "Bart"

    • 1900 - 1940
    • This cartoon pokes fun at the driving habits of the citizens of Minneapolis. A Minneapolis family is out for a spin; a farmer hauling a load of hay on his tractor honks at a man in a horse-driven wagon; a stylishly-dressed woman addresses her...
    • Gustavus Adolphus College
    • [William Jennings Bryan and the Cartoonist], an editorial cartoon by "Bart"

    • 1900 - 1940
    • Political candidate William Jennings Bryan stands before a dresser mirror, writing a note to himself, "Will you run again, Mr. Bryan? You guessed it that time, my boy." A figure, likely Bart himself, sketchbook in hand, watches through the window.
    • Gustavus Adolphus College
    • "'Man Never Is, But Always To Be Blest'," an editorial cartoon by "Bart"

    • 1909
    • In this cartoon's upper frame, the forecast for Sunday is fair weather, so a father, mother, and two children plan an outing in the park to feed the ducks. In the lower frame, it is pouring rain, much to the ducks' delight, and the family is...
    • Gustavus Adolphus College
    • "'Nother Revolution," an editorial cartoon by "Bart"

    • 1913?
    • Rivals in the effort to overthrow the Mexican government under Huerta, Venustiano Carranza (Garza), leader of the Constitutionalist forces and Francisco Villa, leader of the Federalists, push "the Mexican Revolving Door," from which Carranza...
    • Gustavus Adolphus College
    • "A Little Too Fast for Aunty," an editorial cartoon by "Bart"

    • 1903
    • This cartoon, published on April 11, 1903, in the Minneapolis Journal, portrays Tom L. Johnson, Cleveland mayor and Democratic contender for his party's nomination for both the Ohio governor's race and the presidential election. Johnson is shown...
    • Gustavus Adolphus College
    • "A Long Row to Hoe," a cartoon by "Bart"

    • 1905
    • Published in the Journal Junior, a Saturday supplement for children, on September 9, 1905, this cartoon shows a boy hoeing a row of schoolbooks. At the end of the row is a sign that says, "Nine months row," a reference to the beginning of the...
    • Gustavus Adolphus College
    • "A Progressive Movement," an editorial cartoon by "Bart"

    • 1911?
    • The G.O.P. elephant has a bucket, labeled "National Progressive Republican League," tied to its tail and is running across the Capitol Mall, cheered on by Senator Bourne of Oregon, President of the National Progressive Republican League, which was...
    • Gustavus Adolphus College
    • "An Apple for the Teacher", an editorial cartoon by "Bart"

    • 1900 - 1940
    • A child representing the Board of Tax Levy places an apple labeled "$73,000 raise in salary" on his teacher's desk, and the teacher smiles at him. The Minnesota Gopher stands in the classroom door, tipping his hat.
    • Gustavus Adolphus College
    • "An Up-to-Date Noah," an editorial cartoon by "Bart"

    • 1912
    • This cartoon, published on July 16, 1912, shows a man standing outside a grocery store, looking at displays of rain gear. The store's proprietor stands in the doorway.
    • Gustavus Adolphus College
    • "Another Blot," an editorial cartoon by "Bart"

    • 1913
    • This cartoon, published on February 24, 1913, in the Minneapolis Journal, refers to the front page story covering the assassination of the former president of Mexico, Francisco Madero, and his vice president, Jose Pino Suarez. General Huerta was...
    • Gustavus Adolphus College
    • "Another Case of Child Labor," an editorial cartoon by "Bart"

    • 1907
    • Published on February 1, 1907, this cartoon portrays a Japanese-American child, labeled "Little Jap in San Francisco" and carrying on his back a large bundle with the words "Cause of war with the United States" on it. Within the bundle is a...
    • Gustavus Adolphus College
    • "Anti-Cannon Sentiment", an editorial cartoon by "Bart"

    • 1908?
    • A mob holds up a pumpkin head labeled "Anti-Cannon sentiment," startling Uncle Sam. This is likely a reference to opposition to Republican Joseph G. Cannon's being re-elected Speaker of the House in 1908.
    • Gustavus Adolphus College
    • "Arrival of the Popular Hero," an editorial cartoon by "Bart"

    • 1913
    • The football season arrives on the World Stage to take over the "Series of World War Melodramas" from the Balkan War, the Chinese Revolution, and the Mexican Rebellion. This cartoon was published August 11, 1913.
    • Gustavus Adolphus College
    • "Back on the Farm--Science and Practice," an editorial cartoon by "Bart"

    • 1904
    • Published on Thursday, March 24, 1904, this cartoon pokes fun at agriculture education. The published version's sub-caption reads, "Phineas (the Farm School Graduate)--'Isn't it strange that with all the wonderful development of the science of...
    • Gustavus Adolphus College
    • "Can They Hold Him?," an editorial cartoon by "Bart"

    • 1904
    • Minnesota Governor John Lind and Minnesota State Democratic Central Committee Chairman L. A. Rosing are shown standing outside the Parker Stables, hanging onto a rope attached to the Minnesota Democratic donkey, who is being tempted by William...
    • Gustavus Adolphus College
    • "Caught in the Act," an editorial cartoon by "Bart"

    • 1900 - 1940
    • This cartoon shows Uncle Sam, the G.O.P. elephant and the Tariff catching Cold Storage in the act of raiding a pantry containing eggs, butter, and other foods.
    • Gustavus Adolphus College
    • "Clapp In," an editorial cartoon by "Bart"

    • 1905
    • Published on Tuesday, January 17, 1905, this cartoon shows a seated Senator Moses E. Clapp being applauded by members of the Minnesota State Senate and House. A child, representing Minnesota, pats his face. Above them hangs a sign reading "Clapp...
    • Gustavus Adolphus College
    • "He Would Strike the Light for Her," an editorial cartoon by "Bart"

    • 1908
    • This cartoon, published on Tuesday, February 18, 1908, in the Minneapolis Journal, refers to the front page story about a meeting of the Publicity Club--comprised largely of businessmen--to discuss the introduction of improved street lighting to...
    • Gustavus Adolphus College
    • "His Only Chance of Seeing the Show," an editorial cartoon by "Bart"

    • 1912
    • Mr. Common Man stands outside the tent where the Republican National Convention is taking place on June 18, 1912. He is saying to himself, "If I could only carry water for the elephant as I use to!" This cartoon was published June 7, 1912.
    • Gustavus Adolphus College
    • "How About the Vote Buyer?," an editorial cartoon by "Bart"

    • 1900 - 1940
    • A well-dressed, paunchy vote buyer stands in front of the Capitol Building, while the scrawny vote seller is chased away by a policeman armed with a billy-club. At the buyer's feet lies a scroll that states, "Public office is a private trust. ...
    • Gustavus Adolphus College
    • "It Is Up to Congress to Say Which," an editorial cartoon by "Bart"

    • 1909
    • Published on Thursday, May 6, 1909, this cartoon is divided into two frames. The upper frame shows wheat from Canada being led to flour mills in the United States by the "Tariff Provision by which Canadian wheat may be milled in the United States...
    • Gustavus Adolphus College
    • "John's Little Joke," an editorial cartoon by "Bart"

    • 1904
    • Published on the front page of the March 2, 1904, edition of the Minneapolis Journal, this cartoon depicts a husband and wife having coffee at their dining room table. The husband is shaking salt onto the front page of the "Daily Newspaper,"...
    • Gustavus Adolphus College
    • "Let the War Go On," an editorial cartoon by "Bart"

    • 1905
    • Published on Thursday, February 23, 1905, this cartoon shows Russian Grand Duke Sergius and Death. The published version is captioned "Let the War Go On: 'Your place, s-i-r-r, is at the front,'" in reference to Sergius's assassination on February...
    • Gustavus Adolphus College
    • "Let Us Have Peace," an editorial cartoon by "Bart"

    • 1913
    • In this cartoon from May 5, 1913, the Great Powers (Italy, Austria, France, Germany, England, and Russia) are reaching for a pie (Albania), while Montenegro, with fork and knife, leaps from his chair at the table. In 1913, the Powers demanded that...
    • Gustavus Adolphus College
    • "No Third Party Needed," an editorial cartoon by "Bart"

    • 1912?
    • Uncle Sam holds the Hay Pauncefot Treaty regarding Panama Canal tolls while John Bull (England) presents him with a Protest as Arbitration looks on. Uncle Sam says to John Bull, "Sit down, John. Let's look it over. We don't need any interpreter...
    • Gustavus Adolphus College
    • "Obscuring the Real Issue," an editorial cartoon by "Bart"

    • 1908?
    • William Jennings Bryan holds up an image of Kaiser Wilhelm in an effort to draw attention to "The European War Bogie" as the major national issue to be included in the Minnesota Democratic Party platform, while "Brewery Control" takes a back seat.
    • Gustavus Adolphus College
    • "The Big Boy Class," an editorial cartoon by "Bart"

    • 1900 - 1940
    • St. Paul, Chicago, and New York City are shown standing in front of Uncle Sam, holding U. S. Postal Savings account books. Nearby, the Minnesota Gopher holds a sign that reads, "See our Paul gopher the savings."
    • Gustavus Adolphus College
    • "The Crowned Heads of America," an editorial cartoon by "Bart"

    • 1914?
    • 1914 American highest production farm crops--apples, rye, barley, oats, wheat, potatoes, and corn--are caricatured as royalty, with King Corn in the lead. In the lower right corner, a sign states, "1914 farm crop values $5,066,742,000 which is...
    • Gustavus Adolphus College
    • "The Lion and the Lamb," an editorial cartoon by "Bart"

    • 1915
    • The March Lion, having just eaten the Spring Lamb, licks his chops. The cartoon reads, "Maltese cross indicates location of the lamb." Published March 6, 1915, this cartoon pokes fun at the harsh weather that often characterizes Minnesota's late...
    • Gustavus Adolphus College

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