• Creator
  • U.S. Senate. Office of Senate Curator. ?-9999
  • Created Date
  • 1904-10-16
  • Publisher
  • Washington Post Company.
  • Description
  • This illustration entitled, "Who Cares?", by cartoonist Clifford Berryman, which appeared in the Washington Post on October 16, 1904, portrays his interpretation of Senator Charles Fairbanks' reaction to his campaign carriage being destroyed in a fire. He simply moved on with a new carriage, attesting to the Republican Administration' generous allotment set aside for the campaign. In this cartoon Clifford Berryman portrays his interpretation o... more
    This illustration entitled, "Who Cares?", by cartoonist Clifford Berryman, which appeared in the Washington Post on October 16, 1904, portrays his interpretation of Senator Charles Fairbanks' reaction to his campaign carriage being destroyed in a fire. He simply moved on with a new carriage, attesting to the Republican Administration' generous allotment set aside for the campaign. In this cartoon Clifford Berryman portrays his interpretation of Senator Charles Fairbanks' reaction to his campaign carriages' destruction in a fire. The 1904 Republican Party nominee for Vice President simply moved on to the next event in a new carriage with spirits unaltered. A commentator suggested that his lack of reaction spawned from the reassurance of the current Republican Administration's generous allotment set aside for the campaign. less
  • Rights
  • Unrestricted