Ohio Memory has published a new post, “"Nursery Rhymes for Infant Industries"”
A unique new item has been added to the OHS Selections collection on Ohio Memory, offering a tongue-in-cheek view of the explosion of monopolies in the American economy at the opening of the 20th century. “Nursery Rhymes for Infant Industries: An Alphabet of Joyous Trusts” is a pamphlet of illustrated humorous rhymes drawn by cartoonist Frederick B. Opper in 1902, and published by newspaper magnate William Randolph Hearst, with whom Opper regularly worked. […]
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'Nursery Rhymes for Infant Industries'
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