Cartoons [manuscript] 1906-41.

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Cartoons [manuscript] 1906-41.

Subjects by this political cartoonist include World War I and II. There is also a remarque proof, 1919, of Theodore Roosevelt by Jacques Reich.

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Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919

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Reich, Jacques, 1852-1923

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McCutcheon, John T.

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