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Sing a merry song of office scandal

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A satirical newspaper article summarizing the events of a departmental independence celebration held by the Post Office Department.

Resource Type: Newspaper article

Subject: Political satire, American; United States. Post Office Department; Payne, Henry C. (Henry Clay), 1843-1904

Date: 1903-07-04

Letter to the editor from W. B. Stewart

Description:

W. B. Stewart, a clerk in the office of the Third Assistant Postmaster General, complains about a satirical article entitled "Sing a Merry Song of Office Scandal" that purported to describe a "departmental independence celebration" at the Post Office Department.

Resource Type: Newspaper article

Subject: American newspapers--Sections, columns, etc.; Political satire, American; United States. Post Office Department

Date: 1903-07-09

Letter from Solomon Hicks Bethea to William Loeb

Description:

U.S. Attorney Bethea writes to William Loeb about the letter printed as being from President Roosevelt in Miners Monthly. Bethea says that Michael Donnelly doesn't know how the letter was printed as a genuine piece and he wants to help find out who originally published it.

Resource Type: Letter

Subject: Letters to the editor; Political satire; Donnelly, Michael

Date: 1904-09-28

What's the use of a toy hero?

Description:

A postcard featuring a color illustration of President Roosevelt in his Rough Rider uniform as a toy figurine. A tag attached to the figurine says "HANDLE WITH CARE / BREAKABLE." The postcard is addressed to Mr. George Burton, but there is no message written on it. The postmark is dated March 7, 1906, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Resource Type: Postcard

Subject: Political satire; Armed Forces--Officers; United States. Army. Volunteer Cavalry, 1st; Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919

Date: 1906-03-07

Impossible pictures of Roosevelt

Description:

Full color political cartoon depicting President Roosevelt in a variety of atypical situations. Clockwise from upper left: taking pictures of a bear family, playing chess, breaking up a scuffle between two boys, turning his back on a mother with a large family, and sitting with Chancellor Day in a hammock.

Resource Type: Cartoon

Subject: Presidents--Conduct of life; Family size--Public opinion; Political satire; Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919; Day, James Roscoe, 1845-1923

Date: 1907-08-21

Letter from Theodore Roosevelt to C. R. Greer

Description:

Theodore Roosevelt writes C. R. Greer that the interview in the New York Call was a joke and not to be taken seriously.

Resource Type: Letter

Subject: Socialism--Periodicals; American newspapers--Political aspects; Political satire; Cabinet officers; New York (State)--New York; Debs, Eugene V. (Eugene Victor), 1855-1926; Lorimer, William, 1861-1934

Date: 1912-05-13

Camp satire on Wilson

Description:

The two-page handbill includes "Camp Satire on Wilson," a reprint of an article originally written for The Evening Post. The article describes the posting of a "bitter political satire on President Woodrow Wilson" on a military training camp bulletin board. The satirical placard apparently included Wilson, Theodore Roosevelt, and other prominent political figures as characters from Shakespeare's Hamlet. The second page of the handbill is a dramatis personae, listing the characters and the political figure used to represent them in the satire.

Resource Type: Supplement, Newspaper

Subject: Propaganda; Political satire; New York (State)--Plattsburgh; Wilson, Woodrow, 1856-1924; Hughes, Charles Evans, 1862-1948; Bryan, William Jennings, 1860-1925; Wood, Leonard, 1860-1927; William II, German Emperor, 1859-1941; Schiff, Jacob H. (Jacob Henry), 1847-1920; Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865; Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616; Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919

Date: 1916-09-16

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