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Viewing: Allen, Clarence C., 1898-1989

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Babe in the Woods - Allen, Clarence C., 1898-1989

Cartoon depicting pressures that a new legislator will face. Undated, but likely mid-century.

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Glamour Gal, Lana Hayburner - Allen, Clarence C., 1898-1989

Original cartoon which references the Tulsa Charity Horse Show, held that (unknown, likely mid-century) year from October 8-12. The first Tulsa Charity Horse Show was held in 1942.

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Last Stand of the Old Guard. - Allen, Clarence C., 1898-1989

Undated original political cartoon depicting courts' condemnation of partisan gerry-mandering. In 1986, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that partisan gerry-mandering violated the Equal Protection Clause, but a wider constitutional standard of legality was not established.

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Open House - Allen, Clarence C., 1898-1989

Undated original political cartoon. In late July of 1973, overcrowded McAlester Prison (pictured in cartoon), experienced one of the worst prison riots in American history, resulting in 3 inmate deaths and over $20 million in damage. This cartoon likely comments on this event, or perhaps its aftermath.

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Summer Romance - Allen, Clarence C., 1898-1989

A young woman, representative of Oklahoma's Republican delegates, considers her presidential candidate options. Undated, but the politicans pictured were candidates in the 1968 election. Nixon would go on to win the Republican nomination, and the election.

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The last word in highway speedsters ! - Allen, Clarence C., 1898-1989

This original cartoon comments on the problems of drunk driving and speeding on Oklahoma highways. A drunk person drives a coffin-shaped car. Undated, likely mid-century.

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The Weekly Lineup - Allen, Clarence C., 1898-1989

Undated original cartoon. Appears to be c. 1950s, based on clothing in cartoon. The Tulsa Tribune ran from 1922 to 1992. A couple ("Tulsa readers") evaluate a lineup of chacaters labelled with the days of the week. This cartoon seems to comment on the relationship between the paper and its readers.