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Choose from 1,965 pictures in our American Presidents collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping. We are proud to offer this selection in partnership with Granger Art on Demand.


A GOOD MAN IS HARD TO FIND. Lithograph poster, 1948, by Ben Shahn for the Progressive Party, satirizing the popular 1945 photograph of Harry Truman playing a piano adorned by actress Lauren Bacall; here President Truman, the Democratic presidential candidate, is accompanied by Republican candidate Thomas E. Dewey Featured American Presidents Image

A GOOD MAN IS HARD TO FIND. Lithograph poster, 1948, by Ben Shahn for the Progressive Party, satirizing the popular 1945 photograph of Harry Truman playing a piano adorned by actress Lauren Bacall; here President Truman, the Democratic presidential candidate, is accompanied by Republican candidate Thomas E. Dewey

A GOOD MAN IS HARD TO FIND.
Lithograph poster, 1948, by Ben Shahn for the Progressive Party, satirizing the popular 1945 photograph of Harry Truman playing a piano adorned by actress Lauren Bacall; here President Truman, the Democratic presidential candidate, is accompanied by Republican candidate Thomas E. Dewey

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President Franklin D. Roosevelt signing the Social Security Act in the Cabinet Room of the White House, 14 August 1935, flanked by the bills co-authors (in dark suits), Robert F. Wagner of New York (left) and David J. Lewis of Maryland. Standing directly behind the President is Secretary of Labor Frances Perkins Featured American Presidents Image

President Franklin D. Roosevelt signing the Social Security Act in the Cabinet Room of the White House, 14 August 1935, flanked by the bills co-authors (in dark suits), Robert F. Wagner of New York (left) and David J. Lewis of Maryland. Standing directly behind the President is Secretary of Labor Frances Perkins

SOCIAL SECURITY ACT, 1935.
President Franklin D. Roosevelt signing the Social Security Act in the Cabinet Room of the White House, 14 August 1935, flanked by the bill's co-authors (in dark suits), Robert F. Wagner of New York (left) and David J. Lewis of Maryland. Standing directly behind the President is Secretary of Labor Frances Perkins

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Roosevelt Cartoon, 1904 Featured American Presidents Image

Roosevelt Cartoon, 1904

ROOSEVELT CARTOON, 1904.
'Jack and the Wall Street Giants. American lithograph cartoon by Udo Keppler, 1904, depicting a tiny President Theodore Roosevelt preparing to wield the sword of Public Service against the giants of Wall Street, represented by James J. Hill, J.P. Morgan, George Jay Gould, John D. Rockefeller, and Henry Oxnard

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