(“Marching to Denver,” 1908. Lithograph by Flohri. Courtesy of Special Collections, Pikes Peak Library District. Image Number: 257-6599)

Full-page color chromolithograph from Judge magazine, 1908. Image shows cartoon of William Jennings Bryan, in fancy uniform and carrying a sword labeled “Dictatorship”, trampling over his prostrate opponents toward the Democratic Convention. “That committee of prominent Democrats who were to beard Bryan and urge his withdrawal has died still-born. However loudly they roar behind his back, they lie down meekly enough before him.” Democratic Daily Paper.” “Flohri” written in lower right of image. “Copyright 1908 by Judge Company, Publishers, Fifth Ave. and Madison Square, New York.” printed at lower left of page.

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