President McKinley as a dairy farmer milks a cow labeled "Patronage," and many hands hold out containers, most labeled "From Ohio," for a share of the milk. Mark Hanna was a senator from Ohio who had considerable influence with the President. Caption: How can McKinley satisfy Ohio, and still have a little patronage milk left for other patriots of the country?
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NYC Police Commissioner (May 1895-March 1897)
Keppler & Schwarzmann
Puck, v. 40, no. 1037
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