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Viewing: Yardley, Richard Quincy, 1903-1980

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A Doctrine Discuss'd - Yardley, Richard Quincy, 1903-1980

Undated original political cartoon. Done in the style of a 19th c. engraving.

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"He's not the biggest threat to this hemisphere, senor!" - Yardley, Richard Quincy, 1903-1980

Undated original editorial cartoon. Date taken from Cuban Missile Crisis.

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History of England... The Bayeuxx Tapestry Up to Date - Yardley, Richard Quincy, 1903-1980

Undated original political cartoon. Date taken from devaluation of pound in November of 1967, the last event pictured in cartoon. Title, etc. on verso.

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No Commercials, Please - Yardley, Richard Quincy, 1903-1980

Undated original art. Women pictured wear bikinis, which were not invented until 1946. Publication note on verso.

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The Freedom Train - Yardley, Richard Quincy, 1903-1980

Undated original political cartoon. Date given is year North Atlantic Treaty signed, establishing NATO. Inscribed by the artist "to Wally Bishop."

Image of The \Fright Peddlers" - Yardley, Richard Quincy, 1903-1980

The \Fright Peddlers" - Yardley, Richard Quincy, 1903-1980

Gift of Mrs. Betty Kuchel. Autographed by the arist to Senator Kuchel.

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The Misunderstood Peace Dove - Yardley, Richard Quincy, 1903-1980

Date, publication information, etc. written on verso.

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"What has Daddy done wrong now?" - Yardley, Richard Quincy, 1903-1980

Undated original political cartoon. References to Kennedy Presidency date to early 1960s. Published (perhaps in Baltimore Sun) on a Wednesday, according to margin notes and verso.

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When Doctors Disagree - Yardley, Richard Quincy, 1903-1980

Undated original political cartoon. Seems to involve the Social Security Amendments of 1965. Unrelated pencil sketch of another cartoon (involving world peace) on verso.