Richard Allin is wearing a train conductor's hat and a necklace that says, "I can be bought on Sunday," as he smokes a pipe and sits in a bowl of chili with "CHILE" inscribed on it. Inscription on recto: "To Margaret, Historically, Richard Allin."
Bob Carey is leaning on a ramshackle typewriter, which has toilet paper being fed into the paper carriage. In the background is a UPI sign and a "wire service" drum. Inscription on recto: "Margaret--History will really show that the Confeds won! ...
Carner, Margaret, 1923-1997; Theatrical producers and directors--Arkansas; College teachers--Arkansas
Margaret Carner is holding a whip and is about to strike a kneeling man who is pleading for mercy, with numerous frightened onlookers. Inscription on recto: "Margaret, Thank you for all your help thru the years. Margaret."
The head of Bob Douglas smoking a cigar is drawn on the body of a statue of Jesus with his arms outstretched. In one hand is a book titled, "Speaking Softly," and in the other hand he is holding a caveman's club. Autograph on recto: "Bob Douglas."
Orval Faubus is giving his sixth inaugural address to an audience of look-alike Orval Faubus faces. Inscription on recto: "Sixth Inauguration, January 12, 1965, To Margaret Ross, Best Wishes! - Orval E. Faubus."
Hicks, Bob (Television journalist); Television journalists--Arkansas
The head of Bob Hicks is on the body of a baby and he is sitting on a stool while talking into a microphone. On his forehead is an outline of the state of Arkansas with an eye in the middle of it. Autograph on recto: "Bob Hicks."