The next panel portrays Aunt Polly and her medicine bottle. With her is Becky Thatcher. Jim the handyman stands behind them. John Canty, father of the pauper in the "Prince and the Pauper," is seen in the distance. In the panel above the window on the left Tom Canty, dressed as the Prince, pleads desperately with Henry VIII while the Prince, in pauper's guise, looks on.
The next three panels are scenes from "Uncle Tom's Cabin." The first of these shows a Southern gentleman in a slave market. In the next, Eliza, clutching her son, is seen being comforted by a Quakeress who has befriended her. Abraham Lincoln looks silently on from the background. Over the door on the right, Topsy is sitting before Harriet Beecher Stowe. At her left Simon Legree stands with his bloodhounds. Uncle Tom, holding little Eva's hand, is on Mrs. Stowe's right. The Stowe home on Forest Street forms a background for this panel.