Twelve great men in history. How many have you got?
A bingo board-like, twelve-frame satire of real and fictitious important figures shows: 1. Dr. Albert Frederick Cook, "Inventor of the North Pole," 2. Herman Metz, "Who Discovered Brooklyn," 3. "Professor Gloom-Bayside," 4. "Col. Dillpickle Champion Pinochle Player," 5. "J. Sargeant Gram Public Service Com.," 6. Dr. Mary Edwards Walker, 7. "Major Joy," 8. Theodore Roosevelt, wearing a pith helmet and identified as "Bwana Tombo-3rd Term Kid," 9. "Bill Stam, Discoverer of Stamford," 10. John Davison Rockefeller, labeled "Oily John, Inventor of the Soft Pedal," 11. "Casey" of "Casey at the Bat," and 12. "Col. Baum, Man Who Discovered Hair Restorer."
Twelve great men in history. How many have you got?.
Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division.
Theodore Roosevelt Digital Library. Dickinson State University.
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Progressive Party Candidate (1911-1912)
Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division