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Choose from 37 pictures in our Frederick Burr Opper collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


The Happy Hooligan Featured Frederick Burr Opper Print

The Happy Hooligan

Promotional postcard for The Happy Hooligan, adapted from the popular American comic strip by Frederick Burr Opper. The comic strip told the adventures of a well-meaning hobo who encountered a lot of bad luck and misfortune, partly because of his position in life but did not lose his smile. Date: circa 1900s

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CARTOON: FERDINAND WARD. 'The 'Little Napoleon of Wall Street' in exile Featured Frederick Burr Opper Print

CARTOON: FERDINAND WARD. 'The "Little Napoleon of Wall Street" in exile

CARTOON: FERDINAND WARD.
'The "Little Napoleon of Wall Street" in exile. The friends of his "flush" days don't care to know him now.' Corrupt investor Ferdinand Ward as Napoleon in exile with the New York City skyline behind him. American cartoon by Frederick Burr Opper for 'Puck,' 21 October 1885

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Cartoon, 1900, by Frederick Burr Opper showing President William McKinley, as the trusts' little boy, complaining that his new playmate Vice President Theodore Roosevelt wants to run the Republican minstrel show, while the trusts and Republican party boss Mark Hanna look on Featured Frederick Burr Opper Print

Cartoon, 1900, by Frederick Burr Opper showing President William McKinley, as the trusts' little boy, complaining that his new playmate Vice President Theodore Roosevelt wants to run the Republican minstrel show, while the trusts and Republican party boss Mark Hanna look on

ROOSEVELT CARTOON, 1900.
Cartoon, 1900, by Frederick Burr Opper showing President William McKinley, as the trusts' little boy, complaining that his new playmate Vice President Theodore Roosevelt wants to run the Republican minstrel show, while the trusts and Republican party boss Mark Hanna look on

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