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    • Grade I tires

    • World War, 1939-1945--Caricatures and cartoons; New Orleans (La.)--Newspapers; Political cartoons; Oil wells; Automobiles; Consumer rationing
    • World War II-era editorial cartoon, published in New Orleans newspaper. Cartoon shows a "B" bookholder looking at new tires on a car with Louisiana oil wells in the background. Margin of cartoon shows editorial marks.
    • How lucky we are!

    • World War, 1939-1945--Caricatures and cartoons; New Orleans (La.)--Newspapers; Political cartoons; Consumer rationing; Seafood industry--Louisiana; Triton (Greek mythology); Seafood; Family
    • World War II-era editorial cartoon, published in New Orleans newspaper. Cartoon features King Triton presenting a plate of Louisiana seafood to a family. The father of the family reads a newspaper announcing "meat to be rationed."
    • No duds from here please!

    • World War, 1939-1945--Caricatures and cartoons; New Orleans (La.)--Newspapers; Political cartoons; Consumer rationing; Housewives; Soldiers--American--1940-1950; Bombs; Kitchens
    • World War II-era editorial cartoon, published in New Orleans newspaper. Cartoon depicts a soldier saying, "Those axis murderers will think I'm dropping a fire cracker instead of a block buster." A housewife looks on, horrified. The side of the...
    • Give the axis the V sign, girls!

    • World War, 1939-1945--Caricatures and cartoons; New Orleans (La.)--Newspapers; Political cartoons; Women; Defense industry; Airplanes; Airplane propellers; Labor supply; Clothing & dress
    • World War II-era editorial cartoon, published in New Orleans newspaper. Cartoon depicts a female worker holding an airplane propeller. A flag reads, "15,000 women wanted to train for New Orleans war industries." Airplanes fly overhead.
    • The Eureka

    • World War, 1939-1945--Economic aspects--United States; World War, 1939-1945--Manpower; Shipbuilding industry--Louisiana--New Orleans--History; World War, 1939-1945--Equipment and supplies; Higgins Industries--History; Shipbuilding--Periodicals; War...
    • Volume 2, Number 7 of the employee newsletter of Higgins Industries, Inc. Features stories about Higgins boats and their use in the war, advertisements to buy war bonds, photographs of employees, etc.
    • Shall tenderloin chief run Louisiana?

    • Maestri, Robert Sidney, 1889-1974;Louisiana--Politics and government--1893-1935;Electioneering--United States--Louisiana;New Orleans (La.)--Newspapers;Long, Earl Kemp, 1895-1960;Dear, Cleveland;Louisiana--Politics and...
    • Voice of the people, January, 1936 front page illustrated with cartoon of Robert Maestri. Documents the political campaign associated with the first state election after Huey Long's death, which was held on Jan. 21st, 1936. The Long successors...
    • Caricatures

    • Caricatures; Drawings; Cartoons (Working drawings); Watercolors; Men;
    • Two abstracted male figures. On the left, the figure's face is in full profile and has a thin mustache, large eyelashes and white hair. His hands appear to be rake like and his body is a sharply pointed diamond shape. The figure on the right has...
    • You hear me

    • Long, Huey Pierce, 1893-1935;Louisiana--Politics and government--1865-1950--Caricatures and cartoons;
    • Political cartoon showing Long threatening to release the names of those held in the insane asylum and in the penitentiary.
    • You hear me

    • Long, Huey Pierce, 1893-1935;Louisiana--Politics and government--1865-1950--Caricatures and cartoons;
    • Political cartoon showing Long threatening to release the names of those held in the insane asylum and in the penitentiary.
    • Answering ten months of lies!

    • Long, Huey Pierce, 1893-1935;Louisiana--Politics and government--1865-1950--Caricatures and cartoons;Electioneering--United States--Louisiana;Populism--Louisiana;Broadsides;Sanders, Jared Y., Sr.;Sullivan, John P.;Ewing, John D.;Pleasant, Ruffin...
    • Senator Huey Long's reply to his detractors.
    • The American progress, Vol. 2, no. 3, February 1, 1935

    • Long, Huey Pierce, 1893-1935;Louisiana--Politics and government--1865-1950--Caricatures and cartoons;Populism--Louisiana;New Orleans (La.)--Newspapers;Petroleum industry and trade--United States--Louisiana;Standard Oil Company;
    • Front page of the newspaper. Includes a story headlined, "Standard oil plot to kill Huey Long."
    • Caricatures

    • Caricatures; Drawings; Cartoons (Working drawings); Watercolors
    • Caricatures of a man with large black eyes wearing short pants holding a whip, a spoon-billed bird wearing pants, and a red bird wearing a bonnet. There are also partial drawings of a man with an animal body and the leg of a person.
    • Answering ten months of lies!

    • Long, Huey Pierce, 1893-1935;Louisiana--Politics and government--1865-1950--Caricatures and cartoons;Electioneering--United States--Louisiana;Populism--Louisiana;Broadsides;Sanders, Jared Y., Sr.;Sullivan, John P.;Ewing, John D.;Pleasant, Ruffin...
    • Senator Huey Long's reply to his detractors.

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