How do Labor and Capital differ? They differ in two key ways: First, in the burden they carry; and second, in the way they carry that burden.
Illustrations from a book I would definitely like: Monash University Publishing, Drawing the Line, Chapter 6. ‘All the World Over’ The Transnational World of Australian Radical and Labour Cartoonists:
This view of Capital and Labor was not unique to the anonymous source; from the same year:
Capitalists appear to have all eaten well, well enough in the eye of the public that a fat man with a vest was quick, cartoonist shorthand for “capitalist.” If it did not apply in every case — see John D. Rockefeller, Andrew Carnegie, and the younger Cornelius Vanderbilt, for example — it applied often enough that “the fat guy” was instantly recognized as the capitalist, the factory owner, the boss.
Click over to that Monash University site; there are a score of great cartoons in that one chapter.