Triumph for the walking-delegate
A well-dressed union representative labeled "Walking Delegate" stands outside a prison cell, holding a paper that states "Law to Prohibit Convict Labor in State Prisons." A dejected prisoner sits in the cell. Caption: But idleness, misery and insanity for the unfortunate convict.
Triumph for the walking-delegate.
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NYC Police Commissioner (May 1895-March 1897)
Keppler & Schwarzmann
Puck, v. 40, no. 1040
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