Children's television programs; Commercial art--Arkansas--Little Rock
Advertising card promoting the television show ""Phydeaux and his friends."" Includes a drawing of the head of the dog, Phydeaux. [On recto: The whole family has fun with Phydeaux and his friends. Channel 7, KATV. 3:30 P.M. Sundays. 6:15 P.M....
World War, 1939-1945--Veterans; Arkansas--Politics and government--Caricatures and cartoons
An editorial cartoon depicting an Arkansas World War II veteran aggressively taking on a fight with entrenched politicians, who are in a playhouse playing cards and smoking cigars. Headline of a newspaper drawn at the bottom of the cartoon reads,...
Campaign poster for vice-president of the student body showing two students walking toward the school building. [On recto: A more progressive and happier school year through better administration. Elect --- George Fisher Vice-president of the...
Huckabee, Mike, 1955- --Caricatures and cartoons; Editorial cartoons--Arkansas; Arkansas Ethics Commission--Caricatures and cartoons
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?""
Caricature of Jason Rouby who is dressed in a cape and hat and is holding a tobacco pipe in one hand and a magnifying glass in the other. A dog is sleeping at his feet. [Signature on recto: Elementary! Jason Rouby]
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. [Signature on verso: To Margaret on Farkleberry night! with best wishes, Jim Guy].
Editorial cartoons--Arkansas; Presidents--United States--Election--1992; Bush, George, 1924- --Caricatures and cartoons; Clinton, Bill, 1946- --Caricatures and cartoons
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.""
Caricature of Winthrop Paul Rockefeller standing barefoot on a rock and dressed in ragged pants, undershirt, suspenders, old hat, and corncob pipe, holding a rifle, with airplane, airplane hangar, and moonshine still in background.