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The Bottle: IV. The Father and Mother are Become Habitual Drunkards, and the Once Happy Children Beggars, Through their Devotion to the Bottle.
Date of publication: 1871
Maker: Gebbie, George
The Bottle: II. The First Result of the Introduction of the Bottle. Laziness and Craving for More Liquor, to Relieve the Feeling of Despondency Produced by Indulgence in Drunkenness.
Date of publication: 1871
Maker: Gebbie, George
The Bottle: Plate I. The Bottle Is Brought Out for the First Time: The Husband Induces His Wife "Just to Take a Drop."
Date of publication: 1847
Maker: Cruikshank, George; Bogue, David
The Bottle: Plate IV. Unable To Find Employment, They Are Driven by Poverty Into the Streets to Beg, and By This Means They Still Supply the Bottle.
Date of publication: 1847
Maker: Cruikshank, George; Bogue, David
At Last Theodore Has Found "A Soft Spot"
Date of publication: ca. 1875
Maker: Vance, Parsloe and Company
Increase in the Family
Date of publication: ca. 1860
Maker: E.B. and E.C. Kellogg
The Bottle: I. A Happy Home in Danger >From the Bottle.
Date of publication: 1871
Maker: Gebbie, George
Untitled (Two dogs)
Date of publication: ca. 1844
Maker: Jones, Edward
Untitled (Heads of three dogs)
Date of publication: ca. 1844
Maker: Jones, Edward
Untitled (Portrait heads of two dogs)
Date of publication: ca. 1844
Maker: Jones, Edward
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