Including: Today's Strike. 350x345 mm; 13 3/4x13 1/2 inches. Nd. The hands of the Railroad Trainmen ignite a pamphlet declaring: Order to Strike - September 4 - "Labor Day." Unter den Linden. 340x340 mm; 13 1/4x13 1/4 inches. May 10, 1910. The American and German eagles rest on a Linden tree branch. The Great National Game is Now On. 360x355 mm; 14 1/4x14 inches. 1916. Woodrow Wilson is at bat awaiting a wind-up from Roosevelt on the mound as umpire Uncle Sam looks on. The Same Breed. 360x355 mm; 14 1/4x14 inches. April 20, 1918 The Ambush. 350x355 mm; 13 3/4x14 inches. 1920. Santa Claus riding in a slay driven by the reindeers "Conciliation," "Arbitration," "Adjustment," and "Peace" looks to land on a rooftop with the Bolivia-Paraguay War Threat in the shadows ready to strike. Just as We Were Nearing the Top. 400x335 mm; 15 3/4x 1/4 inches. Nd. After rounding the bend from "The Depression of 1920" and surviving "The Rocky Road of 1921," U.S. Business Conditions, a fearful public, and Industrial Strife stall up the hill just before the barricaded "Normalcy Road." with-a large collection of McCutcheon ephemera including a scrapbook, booklets, and newspaper clippings. Should be seen.