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Viewing: Alexander, Franklin Osborne, 1897-1993

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Ananias Surrenders his Laurels - Alexander, Franklin Osborne, 1897-1993

This original political cartoon condemns China's Vice Minister of Foreign Affairs, Wu Xiuquan, as a liar. This references his November 1950 speech delivered to the U.N. Security Council on the U.S. armed invasion of Taiwan. Ananias is a Biblical figure who lied to the Holy Spirit and was then killed. Artist's publication label on verso.

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A Woman's Work is Never Done. - Alexander, Franklin Osborne, 1897-1993

This original political cartoon comments on the seemingly never-ending political scandals that Congress is forced to deal with. It also suggests the futility of attempts to reform. Although no date is given, the politicians mentioned in the cartoon all faced their scandals around 1967, and date range of 1941 to 1967 is given in the margin. Artist's address label in bottom right.

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Bold Knight - Alexander, Franklin Osborne, 1897-1993

This original political cartoon illustrates the adversity faced by the legislative reforms of the 88th Congress.

Image of French monkey wrench - Alexander, Franklin Osborne, 1897-1993

French monkey wrench - Alexander, Franklin Osborne, 1897-1993

Inscribed and signed by artist on recto.

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Good Advice - Alexander, Franklin Osborne, 1897-1993

Original political cartoon references Arthur Vandenberg's internationalist role in the negotiations and events leading to the creation of NATO (1949). Date and publication information written on bottom margin and verso.

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Good Place for a First-Aid Station - Alexander, Franklin Osborne, 1897-1993

This original political cartoon questions the priority of business over war casualties. The Korean War began 3 months before this cartoon's publication. Artist's and publication information on verso.

Image of He'll be sorely missed! - Alexander, Franklin Osborne, 1897-1993

He'll be sorely missed! - Alexander, Franklin Osborne, 1897-1993

Inscribed and signed by artist on recto.

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'It's just us Congolese, Boss!' - Alexander, Franklin Osborne, 1897-1993

Details Communist involvement, particularly the supply of arms and ammunition, in the Congo Crisis.

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It takes real concentration! - Alexander, Franklin Osborne, 1897-1993

Illustrates the pressures that government workers face. Date is written in pencil but erased. Artist's address label in bottom right.

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Joe explains his edition of 'Alice' to the author - Alexander, Franklin Osborne, 1897-1993

Original cartoon illustration by F. O. Alexander for the cover of Between Edition 26:1. Accompanied by tearsheet and explanatory clipping (AC M1 229c) and key included (a/b/c) (AC M1 229b)

Image of Lady Fortune - Alexander, Franklin Osborne, 1897-1993

Lady Fortune - Alexander, Franklin Osborne, 1897-1993

Commemoration of Terry and the Pirates tenth anniversary. Published in the February/March 1945 edition. Inscribed by the artist '- and come another ten years...wow! - Alexander

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"Like India, isn't it?" - Alexander, Franklin Osborne, 1897-1993

This cartoon suggests that some of the issues and accomplishments of the 89th Congress are untouchable. Draws a comparison between the treatment of these issues and the treatment of cows as sacred animals in Hinduism.

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"Look how smart I am!" - Alexander, Franklin Osborne, 1897-1993

Undated editorial cartoon commenting on man's control of nuclear force. Artist's address label in bottom right.