After 566 Days
This illustration entitled, "After 566 Days", by cartoonist Clifford Berryman, which appeared in the Washington Evening Star on October 21, 1914, shows a congressman bursting through the doors of the Capitol building heading for home after a marathon session of 566 days. Here, he bursts through a bale of cotton which is one item of legislation that did not get resolved.
National Archives and Records Administration
- Part of:
Berryman Political Cartoon Collection, Records of the U.S. Senate
- Related persons:
Washington Evening Star, (Publisher)
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