1 page, quarto (8½ x 8 5/8in.). "Public Office is a Public Trust," takes aim at Cleveland's Attorney General, and former U.S. and Confederate Senator, A. H. Garland of Arkansas. Soon after taking up his post in Cleveland's Cabinet, Garland became embroiled in a scandal involving his ownership of stock in the Pan-Electric telephone company. He was investigated--and cleared--of charges of launching a federal lawsuit at the behest of Pan-Eelectric against rival Bell Telephone Co. Here Nast depicts Garland covered in whitewash standing before a smiling telephone. Together 2 items. (2)" /> NAST, Thomas (1840-1902). Original ink drawing signed ("Th: Nast"), n.d. 1 page, folio (11 5/8 x 7¾in.). "U. S. The Pirates of Brains" shows a fierce looking Uncle Sam, fitted out with pistol and sword, running up his skull and crossbones flag. [WITH:] NAST. Printed drawing signed ("Th: Nast"), n.d. <I>1 page, quarto (8½ x 8 5/8in.)</I>. "Public Office is a Public Trust," takes aim at Cleveland's Attorney General, and former U.S. and Confederate Senator, A. H. Garland of Arkansas. Soon after taking up his post in Cleveland's Cabinet, Garland became embroiled in a scandal involving his ownership of stock in the Pan-Electric telephone company. He was investigated--and cleared--of charges of launching a federal lawsuit at the behest of Pan-Eelectric against rival Bell Telephone Co. Here Nast depicts Garland covered in whitewash standing before a smiling telephone. <I>Together 2 items</I>. (2) | Christie's