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Viewing: Markman, Charles, 1923-

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Image of [20 cartoons, spot illustrations, drawings and column headings drawn for the US Army 63rd division newspaper 'Blood and Fire'] - Markman, Charles, 1923-

[20 cartoons, spot illustrations, drawings and column headings drawn for the US Army 63rd division newspaper 'Blood and Fire'] - Markman, Charles, 1923-

Undated. h) is a note from Markman explaining the drawings were "done after VE day while waiting to go home. The newspaper office was in the old Kaiser's summer palace at Bad Mergentheim, Germany.' Gift of the artist.

Image of [7 advertising cartoons for Arlington Mills] - Markman, Charles, 1923-

[7 advertising cartoons for Arlington Mills] - Markman, Charles, 1923-

No dates. Gift of the artist. Arlington Mills manufacturers of calendar rigid vinyl sheets.

Image of "Father Thomas used to be a kindergarten teacher." - Markman, Charles, 1923-

"Father Thomas used to be a kindergarten teacher." - Markman, Charles, 1923-

Undated. Charles Markman address label on verso.

Image of Hospital - Markman, Charles, 1923-

Hospital - Markman, Charles, 1923-

Undated. Charles Markman address label on verso.

Image of "I see Doc is still making horse calls." - Markman, Charles, 1923-

"I see Doc is still making horse calls." - Markman, Charles, 1923-

Artist's address and date in pencil on verso. Donated to IMCA for Schultz D-Day Auction, 1999-2000.

Image of "Objection, Your Honor, question is irreverent." - Markman, Charles, 1923-

"Objection, Your Honor, question is irreverent." - Markman, Charles, 1923-

Undated. Charles Markman address label on verso.

Image of "Ugh, that's what I call authentic early American!" - Markman, Charles, 1923-

"Ugh, that's what I call authentic early American!" - Markman, Charles, 1923-

Advertising cartoon for the Gaslite Gazette, a newletter published by Gaslite Illinois of Argo, Illinois. Gift of Charles Markman.