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Viewing: Auth, Tony, 1942-2014

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Image of A Day at Milton Caniff's Studio - Auth, Tony, 1942-2014

A Day at Milton Caniff's Studio - Auth, Tony, 1942-2014

Inscribed by artist 'Milt - many thanks - Tony'. Formed part of the Rarities exhibit at the Cartoon Research Library, September 4, 2007 thru January 18, 2008.

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Attention virgins! - Auth, Tony, 1942-2014

Part of Just for Laughs exhibit at Denver Public Library, 2006

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Cory and the Pirates - Auth, Tony, 1942-2014

Inscribed 'To Milton Caniff, with applause. Tony Auth'

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Deadbeat Uncle - Auth, Tony, 1942-2014

This cartoon reflects the problems with the American welfare system in the 1990s, which were exposed by concerns of dependency and changing views of women's roles. The old welfare system was abandoned/reformed with the PRWORA Act of 1996.

Image of "Do you believe in 'Star Wars'?" - Auth, Tony, 1942-2014

"Do you believe in 'Star Wars'?" - Auth, Tony, 1942-2014

Donated by the artist for the 1986 Festival of Cartoon Art.

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Fischer - Auth, Tony, 1942-2014

Inscribed and signed by artist on recto.

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Inquirer - Auth, Tony, 1942-2014

Part of Just for Laughs exhibit at Denver Public Library, 2006

Image of "I've come at last to save you, miss." - Auth, Tony, 1942-2014

"I've come at last to save you, miss." - Auth, Tony, 1942-2014

Donated by the artist for the 1983 Festival of Cartoon Art.

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[Self-portrait] - Auth, Tony, 1942-2014

Inscribed and signed by artist.

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Snow White and the dirty little war. - Auth, Tony, 1942-2014

Cartoon depicting President Reagan's benevolent role in the Iran-Contra Affair. The U.S. secretly and illegally sold arms to Iran under an arms embargo, under the assumption that the arms would go to the Contras (rebels) in Nicaragua. Often cited as an example of state-sponsored terrorism.

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So far avian flu has killed millions of birds, and about 60 humans. - Auth, Tony, 1942-2014

Part of Just for Laughs exhibit at Denver Public Library, 2006