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  • 2000+ - The Wall Street Journal Cartoon Collection - Baker Library | Bloomberg Center
    without Y2K disaster 9 11 changes the world everybody say I P O stock options sweeten paychecks music moves online corporate scandal runs rampant boomers come of age the dot com bubble bursts and the new economy falters the Dow ranges from an all time closing high near 12 000 in January 2000 to a low near 7 000 in October of 2002 scientists sequence human DNA You have javascript

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  • Cartoon Copyright - The Wall Street Journal Cartoon Collection - Baker Library | Bloomberg Center
    are copyrighted by Cartoon Features Syndicate Reprint rights to this material for commercial use must be licensed by the Syndicate For reprint permission contact Permissions Editor Cartoon Features Syndicate P O Box 401040 Cambridge MA 02140 If you are a member of the Harvard Business School community please contact the Historical Collections Department at Baker Library at 617 495 6411 or histcollref hbs edu for information about reproducing images from

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  • Foreward - The Wall Street Journal Cartoon Collection - Baker Library | Bloomberg Center
    Jane Gilbert Baker Library Information Products Web design and production Eleanor Bradshaw Fine Design Melissa Clarke Baker Library Information Products Ben Dubrovsky Baker Library Information Products Mary Lee Kennedy Executive Director Baker Library Laura Linard Director Historical Collections Baker Library Carla Tishler Director Baker Library Information Product Management Cartoon Credits 1950s Bernard Wiseman Wilkins never wastes a minute Doris Matthews I wish I had the nerve Glenn Bernhardt Business administration eh Herb Bram I m always happy when the market goes down John Dempsey I tell you I had a tough day too 1960s Bruce Cochran I m sorry sir Clem Scalzetti And to think all these Dave Gerard Every Monday it s the same thing H L Schwadron Old McDonald s farm has been sold Marty Lowe And to those who will become captains of industry 1970s Aaron Bacall In a complex court settlement Bob Schochet Look sharp Here comes the ol man Brenda Burbank Here s a bit of nostalgia for you Ed Lepper On my vacation I m going to do things Joe Serrano My advice is join the Establishment 1980s Dave Carpenter Sorry Clayton but ever since we downsized Thomas Runyan We ve found the key

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  • Preface - Coin and Conscience – Baker Library | Bloomberg Center, Historical Collections
    reading room Preface to the 1986 Printed Catalog No other single print in the following catalog so clearly embodies the theme of the entire exhibit as this verse and engraving by Matthias Greuter see no 7 Through three centuries and six countries from admonishing biblical allegory to scathing political cartoon the images shown here resound with the same message where there is money there is power vice corruption and misfortune To view these prints is to trace society s changing attitudes toward money from the Reformation and the Church s injunctions against usury to the Industrial Revolution and the emergence of modern capitalism The extensive collection of sixteenth to nineteenth century prints on money and finance from which this exhibit is drawn was given to the Kress Library of Business and Economics in 1975 by the New York firm of Arnhold and S Bleichroeder It was generously presented in memory of Frederick H Brunner a member of the firm who formed much of the collection Mr Brunner s love of banking history led him to acquire prints on all aspects of money s influence on mankind Whether it was a humorous nineteenth century French lithograph of a self satisfied speculator at the Bourse or a stern sixteenth century Dutch allegory on the vanity of riches he considered it important in documenting the subject There are over one thousand woodcuts engravings etchings and lithographs in the Bleichroeder Collection It has been divided into the following general categories views of stock exchanges banks mints and treasuries portraits of bankers statesmen and financiers political and personal satires national finance and taxation images of money lenders avarice corruption poverty charity and anti Semitism and a large number of prints on speculation and credit Although many prominent artists are represented in the collection Breughel Goltzius Rembrandt Hogarth and Gillray to name a few its subject orientation offers a unique dimension to researchers who would otherwise have access to print catalogs only by artist or school For social and economic historians these prints communicate a sense of popular attitudes with an intensity that the printed word lacks From such treasures seventy prints were selected They represent the major thematic divisions of the collection while also displaying geographic and stylistic diversity The early allegories and emblematic prints on the pursuit of riches are visually the most complex They are mainly by Dutch and Flemish artists since Amsterdam and Antwerp were then the leading centers of northern European finance and commerce As the cities prospered individuals increasingly turned to new and profitable trades or became middlemen for the growing number of foreign merchants and financiers who came there to transact business Money had to be loaned at interest to meet the credit demands of international trade To secure these loans various negotiable instruments were created such as promissory notes and bonds The Reformation brought changes in the economic and social structure of the Netherlands evidenced by an emerging middle class whose money and influence was considerable Standing in

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  • Artist Index - Coin and Conscience – Baker Library | Bloomberg Center, Historical Collections
    10 Desperet A 45 Desplaces Louis 35 Doetechum Lucas van 28 Dürer Albrecht 37 Eisen Charles 39 Ertinger Franz 33 Fleischmann Friedrich 38 Gaillard René 39 Galle Cornelis the Elder 31 Galle Joannes 1 5 Galle Philip 1 2 4 12 Geissler Friedrich 70 Gillray James 41 42 43 Goez Joseph Franz von 50 51 Goltzius Hendrick 36 Greuter Mathias 7 Hainzelman Johann 63 Heemskerck Maarten van 1 2 3 29 Hess Carl Ernst Christoph 17 Heyden Pieter van der 5 Julien Joseph Laurent 21 Kilian Wolfgang 60 Kohl Andrews 61 Lafage Raymond 33 Lafreri Anton 10 Langlois François F L D Ciartres 22 Lavrate 58 Lespinasse Louis Nicolas de 69 Le Sueur Eustache 34 Linder Philippe Jacques 53 54 Mallery Karel van 12 Maratti Carlo 35 Mesnil Ménil Élie 40 Mieris Frans van 40 Mitelli Giuseppe Maria 19 20 Mordant Daniel Charles 65 Ostade Adrian van 17 Paludanus Gerhard von Groeningen 28 Passe Crispijn de the Elder 18 Pellerin 26 Picart Bernard 34 Raimondi Marcantonio 37 Razet J 13 Régnier 53 54 Rembrandt van Rhyn 15 Reni Guido 32 Roehn Adolphe 59 Sadeler Jan Johannes I 30 Sadeler Raphael I 9 Saenredam Jan 11 36 Schenk Leonard 64 Schenk

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  • Bibliography - Coin and Conscience – Baker Library | Bloomberg Center, Historical Collections
    Great Mirror of Folly Het groote tafereel der dwaasheid an Economic Bibliographical Study Boston Baker Library Harvard Graduate School of Business Administration 1949 Dizionario enciclopedico Bolaffi dei pittori e degli incisori italiani Dall XI al XX secolo Torino G Bolaffi 1972 Dumont Jean Marie La Vie et l oeuvre de Jean Charles Pellerin 1756 1836 épinal l Imagerie Pellerin 1956 Franken Daniel L oeuvre gravé des van de Passe catalogue raisonné des estampes de Chrispijn senior et junior Amsterdam G W Hissink 1975 Fuchs Rudolf Der Bancho Publico zu Nürnberg Berlin Dunker Humblot 1955 George Mary Dorothy British Museum Department of Prints and Drawings Catalogue of Prints and Drawings in the British Museum Division I Political and Personal Satires v 5 11 London Printed by order of the Trustees 1870 1954 Hollstein F W H Dutch and Flemish Etchings Engravings and Woodcuts ca 1450 1700 Amsterdam Herzberger 1949 Klein Gottfried 400 Jahre Hamburger Börse Hamburg Handels Kammer 1958 Kornfeld Eberhard W comp 140 Radierungen von Rembrandt der Jahre 1629 bis 1665 Bern Galerie Kornfeld 1979 Meder Joseph Dürer Katalog ein Handbuch über Albrecht Dürers Stiche Radierungen Holzschnitte Vienna Gilhofer Ranschburg 1932 Mistler Jean and François Blaudez épinal et l imagerie populaire Libraire Hachette 1961 Nagler Georg Kaspar Neues allgemeines Künstler Lexicon Munich E A Fleischmann 1835 52 Riemersema Jelle C Religious Factors in Early Dutch Capitalism 1550 1650 The Hague Mouton 1967 Riggs Timothy Allan Hieronymus Cock 1510 1570 Printmaker and Publisher in Antwerp at the Sign of the Four Winds Ann Arbor University Microfilms 1976 Dissertation Scheltema Pieter De Beurs van Amsterdam Amsterdam G Portielje 1846 Stauber Anton Das Haus Fugger von seinen Anfängen bis zur Gegenwart Augsburg Lampart Co 1900 Stephen Leslie and Sidney Lee eds Dictionary of National Biography London Smith Elder 1908 09 Strauss Walter L

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  • Vanity and Virtue: Allegories on the Pursuit of Riches - Coin and Conscience – Baker Library | Bloomberg Center, Historical Collections
    two of the series of eight engravings after Heemskerck entitled Circulus vicissitudinis rerum humanarum Cycle of the vicissitudes of human affairs Riches the mother of Pride rides on the car named Fame which is pulled by Fraud and Rapine Following Betrayal Usury and Lust are False Joy and other Idle Pleasures 4 An Allegorical Hunt view image Engraved and published by Philip Galle 1537 1612 after Johannes Stradanus 1536 1605 Antwerp 1578 21 7 x 24 cm lower plate mark trimmed CF b3 xx Money is chased by a peasant whose hounds are Frugality Industry and Labor Prodigality whose hounds are Rapine and Chance and Avarice whose hounds are Usury and Fraud Justice is trampled under foot 5 The Fight of the Money Bags and the Coffers view image Engraving by Pieter van der Heyden fl 1557 after Pieter Breughel the Elder 1525 69 Joannes Galle 1600 76 excudit Belgium 1558 23 7 x 30 4 cm CF b4 xx Second state Caption below image is in Latin French and Dutch Riches make thieves or gold and silver have destroyed many 6 Der Bruder Esel mit dem Gelt view image Etching and engraving Germany Early 17th century 19 5 x 32 cm image CA g3 xx An ass is pictured defecating coins while peasants merchants and noblemen run to catch them 7 Gellt Zeucht die Weltt Mundum Trahit Pecunia view image Engraved designed and published by Mathias Greuter 1564 1638 Strasbourg 1589 23 x 27 8 cm CF g1 xx First state Gold coins form the wheels of a chariot upon which is the World while two noblemen blinded by money walk alongside A group of peasants is held back by Poverty standing on the wheel of Fortune 8 The Two Deaths view image Engraving by Hieronymus Wierx 1553 1619 after Marten de Vos ca 1531 1603 Published by Hieronymus Cock Aux 4 Vents Antwerp late 16th century 29 8 x 32 5 cm image CF b9 xxx A narrative in two parts At left a pious man receives riches from heaven at right Death prepares to strike a miser amidst his wealth 9 Honor view image Engraving by Raphael Sadeler I 1560 1628 after Marten de Vos ca 1531 1603 n p 1591 22 x 25 cm image CF b8 x Plate three from his series of four allegorical prints on the virtues after de Vos representing also the four ages of man A pious man turns away from a woman offering riches 10 Justice Rewards Toil view image Engraving by Cornelis Cort 1533 78 after Federigo Zuccaro or Zucchero 1540 1609 Anton Lafreri formis Romæ 1566 26 5 x 31 5 cm CF i1 xx Justice holding scales in one hand offers riches to a kneeling peasant 11 Avarice view image Engraving in the style of Jan Saenredam 1565 1607 Netherlands ca 1600 21 x 14 cm image CF n9 Depiction of a man clutching money bags The miser hoarding his treasure lives amid riches yet is always

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  • Credits - Coin and Conscience – Baker Library | Bloomberg Center, Historical Collections
    Harvard University Mary Lee Kennedy Executive Director Baker Library Laura Linard Director Historical Collections Baker Library Melissa Shaffer Managing Director Baker Library Information Products Content Credits All intellectual content on this site is reproduced from the 1986 Baker Library print publication Coin and Conscience Popular Views of Money Credit and Speculation Sixteenth through Nineteenth Centuries Catalog of an Exhibition of Prints from the Arnold and S Bleichroeder Collection Kress Library of Business and Economics which was written by Ruth Rogers then curator of the Kress Library at Baker Library Ms Rogers acknowledgments from that publication are included here I am grateful to Mary Chatfield Librarian of Baker Library for supporting the publication of this catalog and for her valuable editorial assistance From my first acquaintance with the Bleichroeder print collection in 1976 to cataloging it and finally to publishing selections from it I have had the steady encouragement of Kenneth E Carpenter former curator of the Kress Library The Arnhold and S Bleichroeder firm made their generous gift during Mr Carpenter s tenure and his subsequent efforts to preserve and publicize the collection were considerable In preparing an exhibition of this size there were numerous logistical and technical problems which

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