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Thomas Nast Self-Portrait from the front cover of Harper's Weekly, December 2, 1876

This portrait depicts Nast sharpening his pencil (weapon) to get ready to draw a picture of William Tweed(Boss Tweed).


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current21:49, 26 December 2005Thumbnail for version as of 21:49, 26 December 2005319 × 288 (18 KB)SchwalbeThomas Nast Self-Portrait this potrait is Nast sharpining his pencil(wepeon)to get ready to draw a picture of William Tweed(Boss Tweed).
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