• Mister, you're wanted if you can take it

    Tennessee State Guard, 1941-1947

    Political cartoon featureing a uniformed Tennessee State Guard member crouched with his bayonet at the ready. The backdrop is the emblem for the State Guard. A list appears at the top right of the typ…

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  • Scopes Trial "Monkey Business" Cartoon

    Cartoon showing an organ grinder as Dayton, Tennessee, the organ as the Scopes Trial, and the monkey collecting all of the publicity and money.

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  • Men and boys

    Tennessee State Guard, 1941-1947

    This patriotic newspaper cartoon/promotion for the Guard appearing in the Williamson County News features in the upper right-hand corner an image of a shadowy,helmeted soldier with his weapon raised.…

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  • Our hats off to you

    Tennessee State Guard, 1941-1947

    Caricatures of Emperor Hirohito of Japan, Adolph Hitler of Germany, and Benito Mussolini of Italy are employed in this Tennessee State Guard promotion to remind Murfreesboro Daily News Journal readers…

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  • And When It Does!

    Savage, J. A

    This political cartoon depicts the world dressed as a farmer, addressing a hen labeled "German Terrorism" sitting atop artillery labeled "DuPont Products." The world is saying "Pardon me, Madame, but…

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  • Turned Down? Over Age? Draft Exempt? Here Is How YOU Can Help

    Tennessee State Guard, 1941-1947

    A man sitting pondering perhaps his future and a directive as to how he might join the Second Infantry Brigade, Tennessee State Guard. A drawing of a soldier with his compatriots charging was also pos…

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  • Son of Eve

    Political cartoon by unknown artist that compares humanity's use of the atomic bomb to the Biblical story of the fall of Adam and Eve.

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  • The critter he got from those Washington Horse Traders

    Editorial cartoon by Jack Knox showing a farmer attempting to plow his field with a comically undersized mule/horse. It is titled, "The Critter He Got From Those Washington Horse Traders." It is proba…

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  • Waiting for the Finish

    Savage, J. A

    This political cartoon shows a badly injured German Emperor Wilhelm II, who has been run over by a car driven by Uncle Sam and an unidentifed man. The car is labeled "3rd Liberty Loan." The emperor is…

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  • "Bluntly, He'd Rather Not Have that Bozo Introduced"

    Editorial cartoon by Jack Knox depicting President Franklin D. Roosevelt attempting to introduce the "food subsidy program" to the U.S. Congress. The man depicting Congress is shown replying, "Sorry--…

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