In the August 19, 1871 issue of Harper’s Weekly, two of Nast’s finest
and best-known satires were drawn on a single woodblock, linked by a common
Tammany theme and by Nast’s slashing signature on the center right. These “Two
Great Questions” are: (top) “Who Is Ingersoll’s Co.?” asked by the Tribune
in the person of Horace Greeley; and (bottom) “Who Stole the People’s Money?”
asked by The Times.