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Viewing: Wales, James Albert, 1852-1886

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A trip to the Metropolis - Wales, James Albert, 1852-1886

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He seemed a Lion for Twenty Years; But now he Shows the Ass's Ears. - Wales, James Albert, 1852-1886

Puck tearsheet (page 99 verso) addressing the election of 1880. Published by the office of Puck at 23 Warren St, NY. Lithograph done by Mayer, Merkel, and Ottmann at 23-25 Warren St, NY. Depicts Hancock, in his general's uniform, jumping back with surprise at the sight of Ulysses S. Grant (who was the favorite for the Republican nomination). Grant, however, was unable to move the necessary support at his convention and lost the nomination. Conkling, who stands proudly by the cage, was one of Grant's chief supporters.

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In Line at Last - Wales, James Albert, 1852-1886

Formed part of the "What Fools These Mortals Be: The Story of Puck" held July 25, 2015-January 24, 2016 at the Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum.