This illustration from Puck magazine, September 1, 1909, shows a Labor Day 'parade of the real 'workers' of America.' The parade includes hucksters carrying signs such as, 'Ambulance chasers, we divide your damgages. Hurray, hurray.' And, 'Real estate sharps. Why pay rent, when you can pay us.' And, 'Mail order fakes. Ten cents for postage and packing.'
Paper: We print with archival Ultrachrome inks on mould-made 100% cotton rag, acid-free archival papers and Exhibition canvas. Sizes are in inches. Canvas is unframed. 50x36 prints may be longer depending on dimensions of image. All prints have a margin. Learn more
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