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Senatorial Hall of Fame

Between 1908 and 1910, this series of lithographs by political cartoonist Edward Kemble appeared in Harper’s Weekly. “The Senatorial Hall of Fame” pairs senators by state, the senior senator always towering over his junior counterpart.


   
 
The Senatorial Hall ...

the Senatorial Hall of Fame / illinois—cullom and hopkins
The Senatorial Hall ...

The Senatorial Hall of Fame / pennsylvania—knox and penrose
The Senatorial Hall ...

the Senatorial Hall of Fame / new york—depew and platt
The Senatorial Hall ...

the Senatorial Hall of Fame / rhode island—aldrich and wetmore
 
The Senatorial Hall ...

the Senatorial Hall of Fame / indiana
The Senatorial Hall ...

The Senatorial Hall of Fame / texas—bailey and culberson
The Senatorial Hall ...

the Senatorial Hall of Fame / kansas—bristow and curtis
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the Senatorial Hall of Fame / maine—frye and hale
 
The Senatorial Hall ...

The Senatorial Hall of Fame / west virginia—elkins and scott
The Senatorial Hall ...

The Senatorial Hall of Fame / new jersey—kean and briggs
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The Senatorial Hall of Fame / Iowa—Dolliver and Cummings