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."
George Fisher and Bill Clinton at Clinton's first gubernatorial victory celebration, with Clinton caricature by Fisher in background. Inscription on recto: "To George Fisher with thanks for your part in my Gala and for putting me on a tricycle! ...
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."
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."
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."
This newspaper article describes an opening party held at the Farkleberry Restaurant in Little Rock. Invitees to the party received their own caricature created by George Fisher and were encouraged to trade and autograph them.