de Thulstrup, Thur. “Miss Columbia (to General H_____).”
Harper's Weekly July 24, 1880, 465
Woolf, Michael Angelo. “Exultant Tammanyite.” Harper’s Weekly October 30, 1880, 695.
de Thulstrup, Thur. “The Friend of the Freedmen.” Harper's
Weekly October 23, 1880, 685.
Keppler, Joseph. “Just the Difference.” "Puck." July 28, 1880, 43.
Nast, Thomas, “The Plumed Knight.” Harper's Weekly. June
5, 1880, 353.
Keppler, Joseph. “A Merry Christmas to All.” “Puck." December 22, 1880, 45.
Presidential Nom. VP Nom. # % # %
Republican James A. Garfield
Democratic Winfield S. Hancock
President James Garfield
Charles Julius Guiteau
Diagram of the Train Station
To General Sherman:
I have just shot the President. I shot him several times as I
wished him to go as easily as possible. His death was a
I am a lawyer, theologian, and politician. I am a Stalwart of
the Stalwarts. I was with General Grant and the rest of our
men, in New York during the canvass.
I am going to the Jail. Please order out your troops, and take
possession of the jail at once.
Answer note by General Sherman addressed from
"Headquarters of the Army, Washington, DC. July 2, 1881, "in
which he states that "I don't know the writer. Never heard of
or saw him to my knowledge..."
Guiteau’s Brain , The College of Physicians of Philadelphia
Nast, Thomas. “Death Before Dishonor.” Harper’s Weekly.”
June 21, 1884, 396-397.