- Caricature published in Judge. The text reads : --Hockstein: "Iss it a diamond? Ach! Der cutting is imberfect, der stone is off color, t'ere iss tree flaws in it--Vatt! I wouldn't loan--" --Customer (angrily): "But I don't wish a loan! I want you to value it, and I'll pay you for your trouble!" --Hockstein: "Ach! Vhy didn't you say so--it's a peaudiful stone. A pure white, flawless gem ohf der feerst vawter; feefty cents, blease!"
- Caricature by Rose Cecil O'Neill published in the October 16, 1901, edition of Puck. The text reads : --Mrs. Bernstein (getting ready for the theater): "I see dere vas a real fire-engine in dis blay." --Bernstein (sulkily): "Den I von't go." --Mrs. Bernstein: "But it eggsblodes on der vay to der fire." --Bernstein (merrily): Hurry up, dear! Ve may be too late!"
- Caricature by Eugene Zimmerman published in Judge. The text reads : --Ikey Rosenbeak: "Oh, Papa, do buy me some ohf dose peaudiful Roman candles--de man says dere is tree golden balls in every one ohf dem!"
- Caricatures by Eugene Zimmerman published in Judge. The caption for "She knew him by his nose" reads : "Mr. Geldfish (who has been forced to cut his mask to make room for his nose): "I vonder eef mein wife vill know me in dis disguise? Der gostumer sedt I choost look like Heiney de Eight." The text for "Where he erred" reads : --Mrs. Cohen: "Vy are you licking leedle Shakey?" --Mr. Cohen: "He vas lighting matches out in der back yard." --Mrs. Cohen: But dere vas nodding out dere dot he could set on fire." --Mr. Cohen: "No, of course nod--dot's der reason of id. Vat's der use of dot foolish poy wasting matches?"