Caricature of Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee and State Ethics Commission in baptismal robes with a crowd at the shore. Baptizing "Huck," the ethics commissioner in the water asks, "How many times do we have to keep doing this?"
McMath, Sid; Truman, Harry S., 1884-1972; Editorial cartoons--Arkansas
Cartoon depicting President Harry Truman at a piano playing the Arkansas state song, "The Arkansas Traveler," from the sheet music as newly elected governor and Truman supporter Sid McMath reclines atop the piano. Text bubble for Truman on recto:...
Cartoon created for the Pine Bluff Commercial for Thursday, July 30, 1970, depicting a Corps of Engineers staff member coming through a door with a map of Arkansas in his hand and remarking to his staff
Cartoon, in color, titled "Cranking up the old machine," showing a man in black suit and red tie bending over and cranking up a military tank. On verso: "A collection of editorial humor and comment about the Arkansas gubernatorial campaign, 1968."
Fisher, George, 1923-2003; Fisher, George, 1923-2003--Photographs; Fisher, Rosemary, 1927-1983--Photographs; Arkansas--Politics and government--Caricatures and cartoons
The menu from the Farkleberry Restaurant, Little Rock, Arkansas, is a fold-out featuring 22 caricatures drawn by George Fisher on the cover, food and drink items titled as spoofs on political events and public persons, biographical information on...
Front cover of a cartoon book featuring Fisky Limps, a character created by George Fisher. Handwritten note on recto: "Created 7 yrs. ago by George Edward Fisher, 15. There has [sic] been more than 2,000 Fisky Limps comics drown [sic] in 7 yrs."
Caricature of then-President George Herbert Walker Bush and then-Arkansas Governor Bill Clinton holding signs and looking at each other. Bush's sign says "4 more years" and Clinton's sign says "4 more weeks."
Cartoon by Fisher of a cartoonist holding his head in his hands and surrounded by cartoon images of well-known political figures. Woman's text bubble on recto: "No idea for a cartoon? Look at all the things happening in the country today--Don't...
Caricature of Jim Guy Tucker who is dressed in armor and helmet, in jester's shoes, atop a horse draped in medieval garb, two-footed with jester's legs and shoes. Inscription on verso: "To Margaret on Farkleberry night! with best wishes, Jim Guy."