McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney). "Are vacations harmful?" c1926. Notes: The way he thought he would feel after his vacation; the way he felt. … [Read more...]
Compare and contrast the photo above with the top photo from the Learning from the Source: Tactics in the March to Suffrage post.
H/T Mary Johnson @johnsonmaryj
Curator’s note In 1812, Jeffersonian Republicans forced through the Massachusetts legislature a bill rearranging district lines to assure them an advantage in the upcoming senatorial elections. Although Governor Elbridge Gerry had only reluctantly signed the law, a Federalist editor is said to have exclaimed upon seeing the new district lines, “Salamander! Call it a Gerrymander.” […]