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English: From left to right, this drawing from Puck magazine shows President Chester A. Arthur, Attorney General Wayne MacVeagh, Secretary of the Treasury William Windom, Secretary of State James G. Blaine, Secretary of War Robert Todd Lincoln, Secretary of the Interior Samuel J. Kirkwood, Postmaster General Thomas L. James, and Secretary of the Navy William H. Hunt. Above are pictures of, from left to right, Presidents Andrew Johnson, Millard Fillmore, and John Tyler.
Date 1881
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Author Joseph Ferdinand Keppler (1838–1894). Published in Puck Magazine, September 28, 1881. pp. 56–57.
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