Father Knickerbocker's fight for a sensible Sunday law

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Father Knickerbocker's fight for a sensible Sunday law. Illustration shows Father Knickerbocker, a symbolic figure for New York City, wearing boxing gloves labeled "Tolerance" and "Common Sense", in a boxing ring, standing over the knocked-out "Tammany" Tiger and facing two men wearing boxing gloves, one labeled "Hayseed Legislator" (bearing a resemblence to Uncle Sam) and the other labeled "Temperance Fanatic", neither looks capable of going a round with Father Knickerbocker. Date 1901 November 27.

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