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    • Here's How!

    • Navy ;Military discharge
    • Produced for new arrivals at the discharge center in Norman, Oklahoma.
    • Fighting Apartheid: A Cartoon History

    • Apartheid ;South Africa ;Caricatures and cartoons.
    • See also: Troubled Waters, By C. Cuadra ande R. Miel. Illustrated by D. David. European Parliament, 2002. What? Me? A Racist? European Commission, 1998.
    • Consumer Comix

    • Consumer protection; Wisconsin ;Caricatures and cartoons; Consumer education
    • Educational giveaway to promote awareness against consumer fraud.
    • Cartoon book

    • World War, 1914-1918 ;Liberty bonds
    • Platinum age comic featuring cartoons by the top artists of the day, all promoting the Third Liberty Loan campaign. Anti-German cartoons are prevalent in this World War I publication. Cover design by Gordon St. Clair, Chicago.
    • Mox nix: anecdotes about the life of GI's in Europe

    • United States. Army ;Germany--History--1945-1955
    • A collection of cartoons for the soldier-as-tourist. Includes brief explanations of German culture, such as: Frauleins: How come Deutschland is overstocked with 'em? This copy is marked with names and places specific to the previous owner.
    • Leatherhead in Korea

    • Korean War, 1950-1953 ;United States. Marine Corps ;Military life
    • Collection of combat artist Norvel E. Packwood's cartoons of his experience in Korea, including a poignant final illustration showing how Korea became the 'forgotten' war. Reprinted March 1999 by the Marine Corps Association. ISBN 0-940328-26-7.
    • Nineteenth century life

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    • Spoofing evolution, a cartoon of the day portrays a simian Charles Darwin explaining his controversial theory of evolution to an ape with the help of a mirror. 'This is the ape of form' from Love's Labor Lost, Act 5, scene 2 ; 'Some four or five...
    • Nineteenth century life

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    • Spoofing evolution, a cartoon of the day portrays a simian Charles Darwin explaining his controversial theory of evolution to an ape with the help of a mirror. 'This is the ape of form' from Love's Labor Lost, Act 5, scene 2 ; 'Some four or five...

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