Cartoon : depicting Harry Byrd, Sr., and Wayne Morse [art original], 1952 [manuscript].

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Green, B. Cartoon : depicting Harry Byrd, Sr., and Wayne Morse [art original], 1952 [manuscript].

Cartoon : depicting Harry Byrd, Sr., and Wayne Morse [art original], 1952 [manuscript].

Green comments on the splitting of political parties over the 1952 election by showing Senators Byrd and Morse advising voters not to vote for their parties' candidates. The cartoon originially appeared in The Providence Journal.

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