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Sunday, October 17, 2004


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FILIPINO SOLDIERS KILLED IN THE TRENCHES.
Stereoview #146 by Theo. Brinkmier, circa 1899

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"WHO IS TO BLAME? AGUINALDO TO THE ANTIS: 'Allow me to thank you for the very cordial support and encouragement you have given me.'"
Tribune (Minneapolis), also published in The American Monthly Review of Reviews, Vol. XIX, No. 3, March 1899, p. 286 [artist: Rowland Claude Bowman]

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"LIBERTY: STOP THIS BLOODY WORK, SAM! HE IS THE ONE WHO IS FIGHTING FOR ME."
Life, Life Publishing Company, New York, June 8, 1899 [artist: William H. Walker]

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"WILLIAM! WILLIAM!! THE PRESIDENT'S SPEECH.
Teaching them the truth of the common fatherhood of God and the brotherhood of man, and showing that if we are not our brothers' keepers we can be our brothers' helpers.
-- President William McKinley at the Conference of Foreign Missions."
Life, Life Publishing Company, New York, May 24, 1900 [artist: William Bengough]

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"A RED LETTER DAY."
"THE STRANGER: How long have you been civilized? THE NATIVE: Ever since my home was burned to the ground and my wife and children shot."
Life, Life Publishing Company, New York, October 18, 1900 [artist: Frederick Thompson Richards]

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"PROPHETIC."
"BIG INJUN: I SEE YOUR FINISH."
Life, Life Publishing Company, New York, January 12, 1899 [artist: William H. Walker]

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"UNCLE SAM (TO FILIPINO): Which hand will you take?"
Life, Life Publishing Company, New York, February 23, 1899 [artist: William H. Walker]

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"UNCLE SAM'S NEW CAUGHT ANTHROPOIDS, HOLDING HIS END UP."
"JOHN BULL -- 'It's really most extraordinary what training will do. Why, only the other day I thought that man unable to support himself.'"
Philadelphia Inquirer, also published in The Literary Digest, Vol. XVII, No. 8, August 20, 1898, p. 215 [artist: unknown]

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"THREE YEARS AFTER. CORPORAL O'TOOLE, AFTER LEAVING THE ARMY, DECIDED TO REMAIN IN THE PHILIPPINES."
Life, Life Publishing Company, New York, August 31, 1899 [artist: William H. Walker]

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"MAUVAIS SUJET."
"Spain: "CARAMBA AMIGO JONATHAN. YOUR NEW CITIZEN LOOKS HAPPY!'
Jonathan: '"CITIZEN"! NOT MUCH. GUESS I'LL HAVE TO MAKE A SUBJECT OF HIM!"
Punch, or the London Charivari, Punch Publications Ltd., London, June 5, 1901, p. 413 [artist: Bernard Partridge]

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"UNCLE SAM: 'This isn't my trade, but if you think you can't get along without it, I guess I can fix you.'"
Pioneer Press (St. Paul), also published in The Literary Digest, Vol. XXIV, No. 182, May 3, 1902, p. 599 [artist: George Washington Rehse]

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"THE ALLIED EMPERORS."
"SULTAN OF SULU: 'Certainly; your flag shall flutter beside mine at $1,000 per flutter.'"
Times-Democrat (New Orleans), also published in The American Monthly Review of Reviews, Vol. XXII, No. 4, October 1900, p. 412 [artist: name illegible]

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"RECOMMENDED BY HOAR."
"HOAR: 'Give the child over to the nurse, uncle, and it will stop crying.'"
Tribune (Minneapolis), also published in The American Monthly Review of Reviews, Vol. XIX, No. 6, June 1899, p. 670 [artist: Rowland Claude Bowman]

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"CUBA: 'YO WATCH ME, CHILE, MEBBE YO' HAB A CHANCE YO'SE'F SOME DAY."
The Ohio State Journal (Colombus), also published in The Literary Digest, Vol. XXIV, No. 21, May 24, 1902, p. 703 [artist: Harry James Westerman]

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"HURRAH FOR THE FOURTH OF JULY! WE'RE COMING IN ON INDEPENDENCE DAY CELEBRATIONS TOO."
Journal (Minneapolis), also published in Cartoons of the War of 1898 with Spain, From Leading Foreign and American Papers, Chicago: Belford, Middlebrook and Company, 1898 [artist: "Bart" Charles Bartholomew]

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"FUTURE AMERICANS."
"Member of Congress from the Philippines: Whatever became of that bill to annex Mars to the United States? The other M.C.: Oh, we defeated that at the poles."
Life, Life Publishing Company, New York, February 2, 1899 [artist: Winsor McCay]

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