File:Houghton MS Am 1308 (362) - Peace Conference cartoon.jpg
English: "Be it peace or war, Uncle Sam will be well represented at the Hague." Cartoon referencing the American delegation to the First International Peace Conference at the Hague, 1899. From The Journal, Minneapolis. MS Am 1308 (362), William Frederick Holls Papers, Houghton Library, Harvard University
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