Cowboy Theodore Roosevelt rides ahead and pulls the reins of a horse ridden by Mark Hanna. Hanna has "Ohio" on his saddle blanket and his initials "M.H." and a small bug in his hat. Likely published during the 1900 presidential campaign, when Roosevelt's candidacy for Vice...
John S. Wise has been working with President Roosevelt on a plan to rebuild the Republican Party in Virginia and submitted General Rosser's name as a potential consultant. Wise summarizes his plan and believes it is an excellent time to seize control and reorganize the party.
Charles Moore would like to know if President Roosevelt wants Representative Corliss elected. Several Sound Money Democrats are willing to support Corliss if Roosevelt believes his election is desirable. Moore can make arrangements for Donald McDonald Dickinson not to manage the Democratic campaign.
President Roosevelt rides the Republican elephant that has been covered with a map of the United States. The elephant carries a banner labeled "Protection, Prosperity and Plenty," the 1904 campaign theme for Roosevelt.
President Roosevelt is shown holding a barn door labeled "Presidential Nomination" shut against two bears labeled "Mark Hanna" and "Spooner." The caption reads "Davy Crockett Roosevelt Will Have to Be Better Than in Mississippi."