Hugh B. Patterson, Jr., stands dressed in a king's robe, with an expandable file, titled "Arkansas Gazette," slung over his shoulder, holding a rolled-up copy of the Arkansas Gazette in his right hand. Inscription on recto: "For Margaret Ross,...
Sid McMath, "El Sid," is portrayed as a knight in shining armor sitting/riding on a flattened horse. Inscription on recto: "To a great lady [Margaret Smith Ross] -- With warmest personal Regards and Best Wishes, Sid McMath."
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."
Powell, James O., 1919-2010; Journalists--Arkansas
Jim Powell is the target of a carnival game, where the participant has a chance to throw balls to "Hit the Gazette Editor--10 cents a throw." Inscription on recto: "To Margaret Ross, herself--Jim Powell."
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."
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. Inscription on recto: "Elementary! Jason Rouby."
Cartoon representation of Larry Obsitnik standing with a camera, lenses, and camera cases slung over both shoulders. Inscription on recto: "May there be enough clouds in your life to make a beautiful sunset. Larry Obsitnik."
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."