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 Resource Type: Artwork
 Collection: Rescuing Texas History, 2011
Godey's Fashions for May 1865

Godey's Fashions for May 1865

Date: 1865
Creator: Godey's
Description: Print of "Godey's Fashions for May 1865." Color artwork of five women wearing dresses with very large, hoop skirts. The color on the image has faded. The background is composed of trees, sky and fountains.
Contributing Partner: Sam Rayburn House Museum
"Good Night Columbine" print by Walter Ernest Webster

"Good Night Columbine" print by Walter Ernest Webster

Date: 1927
Creator: Webster, Walter Ernest
Description: Print of a woman wearing the clothes of a ballerina, sleeping on a couch. A man or mime (clown/jester) bends down over her as if to give her a kiss. The woman has short, blonde hair and wears a white, tutu style dress. The couch she lays upon is blue. The mime's clothing is multicolored, he wears a black hat. Most of his face cannot be seen. A tall, french door can be seen behind them along with a curtain.
Contributing Partner: Sam Rayburn House Museum
"In All Her Glory" Sailing Ship Print

"In All Her Glory" Sailing Ship Print

Date: 1900-1927
Creator: Grant, Gordon
Description: Print by Gordon Grant. "In All Her Glory" print of a sailing ship at sea.
Contributing Partner: Sam Rayburn House Museum
Nativity scene print

Nativity scene print

Date: 1920/1930
Creator: unknown
Description: Color print of Christian nativity scene. Mary with baby Jesus in manger at center. Three kings with gifts are on the left side. A shepherd with animals is on the right. A bright star shines above Mary. The piece appears to have been clipped from a magazine. The advertising on the back of this image is for Elgin watches, dated 1922.
Contributing Partner: Sam Rayburn House Museum
Painting of Robert E. Lee

Painting of Robert E. Lee

Date: unknown
Creator: McDonald, Sarah Inglish
Description: Watercolor painting of Robert E. Lee, in profile, on a board. It is signed on the bottom by the artist.
Contributing Partner: Sam Rayburn House Museum
Painting of Sam Rayburn

Painting of Sam Rayburn

Date: unknown
Creator: Stone, E.
Description: Painting of Sam Rayburn. He is seated at a desk and wearing a dark blue suit with a red-brown tie. Two piles of paper are on the desk as well as a few trinkets.
Contributing Partner: Sam Rayburn House Museum
Political Cartoon by Clifford Berryman depicting Sam Rayburn and FDR

Political Cartoon by Clifford Berryman depicting Sam Rayburn and FDR

Date: August 1939
Creator: Berryman, Clifford Kennedy, 1869-1949
Description: Political cartoon drawing by C.K. Berryman, featuring Uncle Sam, Sam Rayburn and President Franklin D. Roosevelt. The cartoon depicts Uncle Sam as the central character. He is holding columns marked "HOUSING" and "BILL" in his left and right arms respectively. He appears to be shaking them and the columns are both broken and surrounded by other broken columns. A hat near his feet reads, "HOUSE." Sam Rayburn stands before President Roosevelt in the lower left corner. Sam Rayburn says, "I'M SORRY, MR. PRESIDENT. BUT THE FELLOW REALLY DOESN'T KNOW HIS OWN STRENGTH." The cartoon is a commentary on the House voting down Roosevelt's proposed $800 million Housing Bill which would have provided funding to the impoverished people in the U.S. This was just one of many bills proposed by FDR that was voted down by Congress. Berryman autographed the cartoon in the lower right corner. It reads, "DEAR SAM RAYBURN--MY HAT'S OFF TO A FELLOW WHO KNOWS! C.K. BERRYMAN, EVENING STAR, AUG., 1939"
Contributing Partner: Sam Rayburn House Museum
Political Cartoon by Clifford Berryman depicting Sam Rayburn and John Nance Garner

Political Cartoon by Clifford Berryman depicting Sam Rayburn and John Nance Garner

Date: January 5, 1937
Creator: Berryman, Clifford Kennedy, 1869-1949
Description: Drawing of Sam Rayburn shaking hands with Vice President John Nance Garner. A political cartoon by C.K. Berryman depicting caricatures of Sam Rayburn, dressed as a cowboy holding onto the reins of a donkey noted to be "HOUSE MAJORITY." Rayburn is shaking hands with Garner. Garner says, "NOW RIDE HIM COWBOY!" This is a commentary on Rayburn's election to Majority Leader. Berryman autographed the cartoon in the lower right corner with the words, "TO MY GOOD OLD TEXAN FRIEND SAM RAYBURN WHO WAS 'BORN TO LEAD' WITH HEARTY ASSURANCE THAT I'LL BE ON THE CHEERLINE! LET'ER GO!!! C.K. BERRYMAN, EVENING STAR, JAN. 5, 1937"
Contributing Partner: Sam Rayburn House Museum
Political Cartoon of Sam Rayburn by C.K. Berryman

Political Cartoon of Sam Rayburn by C.K. Berryman

Date: July 30, 1939
Creator: Berryman, Clifford Kennedy, 1869-1949
Description: Drawing by political cartoonist, C.K. Berryman. Done in black ink. The drawing shows caricatures of Sam Rayburn speaking to President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Rayburn is sweating profusely as he appears to say, "Everything is harmonious, Mr. President!" Roosevelt is seated at a desk looking at Rayburn. Roosevelt says, "You may think its harmony but sounds awful sour to me!" The dome of the U.S. Capitol stands in the background. Angry words can be seen around the capitol as if those inside are yelling. Words such as "Boo!" "Blah!" and "Throw him out!" can be seen. The cartoon is a commentary on the difficulty Rayburn had in organizing the Democratic party due to differing viewpoints from the various congressmen. Berryman autographed the cartoon in the lower right corner. It reads, "TO MY GOOD FRIEND RAYBURN WHO NEVER SAYS DIE! C.K. BERRYMAN EVENING STAR, JULY 30, 1939"
Contributing Partner: Sam Rayburn House Museum
Political Cartoon of Sam Rayburn by Clifford Berryman

Political Cartoon of Sam Rayburn by Clifford Berryman

Date: 1939
Creator: Berryman, Clifford Kennedy, 1869-1949
Description: Drawing of Sam Rayburn and others. A political cartoon featuring Senate Minority Leader Charles McNary, Senate Majority Leader Alben Barkley, House Speaker William Bankhead, Vice President John Garner, House Minority Leader Joseph Martin and House Majority Leader Sam Rayburn. The men all hold dress suits (tuxedos) on hangers along with formal hats. They stand at a store with a sign outside that reads, "SECOND HAND TOGS TAKEN HERE--FAIR PRICES OFFERED!" The men (specifically John Nance Garner) says to the store attendent, " WHAT'LL YOU GIVE US? WE'VE GOT TO GET BACK TO WORK!" This cartoon is a commentary on the visit of the King of England, George VI and his wife Elizabeth to the United States in 1939. The congressional delegation selected to honor the royals consisted of those seen in the cartoon.
Contributing Partner: Sam Rayburn House Museum
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