1880 Election Cartoons

1880 Presidential Election -Democratic Call for Tariff Reforms Means Hunger for Workers

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General Hancock at odds with Senator Randolph, dismissing Tariff Reform as a 'Local Question'

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Tilden Formally Withdraws from Democratic Candidacy Race

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1880 Presidential Election - Columbia Consoles General Hancock after Election Defeat

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1880 Presidential Election - General Hancock and the Democratic Party 'Starving for Offices'

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1880 Presidential Elections - Democratic Donkey Pulled back from the Brink

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1880 Presidential Election - 'The Republican Pachyderm Alive and Kicking'

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1880 Presidential Election- Thomas Nast's Unwillingness to Mention Credit Mobilier Scandal and Gen. Garfield

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The Republican Statesman at Home

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Conservatives Emphatically Defeated in 1880 Election

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1880 Presidential Election - John Kelly Anxious that Tilden Refuses Democratic Candidacy

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1880 Presidential Election- The Republican Animal will Carry the Nation

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