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Jolly old miner
Britton & Rey
Lithograph; 19 x 25 cm.
Lith. & Pub. by Britton & Rey.
The jolly old miner, California Lettersheet Collection, Kemble Spec Col 09, California Historical Society
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Humorous illustration of a drunk miner riding backwards on his horse, with two laughing miners at his left, and text below.
Caption reads: "What! -- Jim!.. Come home tight again? -- No, I an't tight: I'v been knocket of my horse and robbed, after robbing me, they put me on my horse again and cut his head of!........."