Email SMS This Cite

Americans abroad

Dalrymple, Louis, 1866-1905
A man labeled "American Food Products" and laden with agricultural produce welcomes a man labeled "American Manufactures" laden with industrial products to Europe. Caption: "Welcome to Europe, old man! I knew you'd follow me sooner or later!"
Commerce, International relations, Industries, Salutations, Farm produce, United States
Theodore Roosevelt Center
These images are presented through a cooperative effort between the Library of Congress and Dickinson State University. No known restrictions on publication.
More Like This
  • Commercial progress blocked A Native man stands on the shore of the Panama Canal with his burro loaded with local products, possibly sugarcane.
  • A double hold-up A man labeled "Producer," laden with farm produce, is stopped on one side, and a man labeled "Consumer" is stopped on the other, by a masked man b...
  • The custom-house code of morals under our beautiful tariff system In this vignette cartoon, William Dorsheimer is seated at center in the "Office of the U.S. Distr...
  • Remarks of President Roosevelt at Chehalis, Washington, May 22, 1903 Theodore Roosevelt emphasizes the importance of citizens fulfilling their duties. Work and dut...
  • A poor marksman and a poor gun A man labeled "Dingley," holding a smoking blunderbuss labeled "High Protective Tariff," stands over a dead sheep labeled "Wool Indu...