|Statement||by Jeremiah A. O"Leary ; illustrations by L. Helmhalz Junker.|
|Contributions||Junker, L. Helmholz.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. :|
|Number of Pages||96|
The Fable Of John Bull And Uncle Sam Published American Truth Society Read I am very happy to show you the features and demonstrate the function of our The Fable Of John Bull And Uncle Sam Published American Truth Society Read. "the fable of john bull and uncle sam" illustrated anti-british propoganda. The Fable of John Bull and Uncle Sam (New York: American Truth Society, ca. ), by Jeremiah A. O'Leary, illust. by L. Helmholz Junker (page images at Villanova) The Farm Book: Bob and Betty Visit Uncle John (Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin Co., c), by E. Boyd Smith (page images with commentary at Brooklyn Public Library). John Bull and Uncle Sam have often been depicted interacting, as friends or antagonists, and thus their names were selected as appropriate symbols for this exhibition. This introductory section provides a small sampling of images of the two characters from the last hundred years.
John Bull is still looked upon with affection by many English people. As Uncle Sam is the iconic representation of the United States, so John Bull is the personification of the character of the English: honest, generous, straightforward, with a zest for life and ready to stand up and fight for what he believes in.