"An Independent Victory"

Grover Cleveland was voted in on the basis of his honesty and the promise of returning integrity to the White House. He was sometimes known as "Grover the Good." In this cartoon, political boss John Kelly (dressed as a Native American) stands behind Cleveland, and holds a knife in his hand. The words above the cartoon read "We Love Him Most for the Enemies That He Has Made." The cartoon was printed in "Harper's Weekly," July 19, 1894.

Date:
July 19, 1894
Original Format:
Cartoon
Item#:
22.190
Height:
1827px
Width:
1535px
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