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File:Ma ma wheres my pa.jpg



Anti-Grover Cleveland political cartoon of 1884 (cropped from the front page of "The Judge" magazine), captioned "Another voice for Cleveland". Reference is to the story that Cleveland had had an illegitimate child (giving rise to the infamous campaign chant "Ma, Ma, where's my Pa?" by Cleveland opponents, to which Cleveland supporters replied "Gone to the White House, Ha! Ha! Ha!").

Date 27 September 1884
Source Library of Congress Print and Picture Collection
Author Frank Beard


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