"Tilden or Blood" by Thomas Nast in Harper's weekly - Febuary 17th 1877 (Wikipedia)
Thomas Nast drawing of Grover Cleveland, cover of Harpers Weekly from 1884
Nast (Thomas Nast)
Thomas Nast, Cover of Harper's Weekly 1869
"The Lightning Speed of Honesty." by Thomas Nast, featured November 24, 1877 Harpers Weekly
"Quantrill's Raiders" illustration for Harper’s Weekly, 1862 by Thomas Nast
"This is a White Man's Government," Harper's Weekly, September 5, 1868, by Thomas Nast.
Thomas Nast. Nast is mostly remembered for his political satire artwork of the late 1800's. He was also responsible for creating our modern image of Santa Claus. He got his start as a war illustrator for Harper's Weekly.
"Shall I Trust These Men?" Thomas Nast, 1865