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Russell (Bruce) drawing on nuclear arms
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A signed drawing by American editorial cartoonist Bruce Russell (1903-1963) relating to the elimination of nuclear arms. The drawing depicts a vulture representing "International Fears and Jealousies" perched on a nuclear weapon near a crumpled sign reading "How to Eliminate Nuclear Arms?" The drawing is still mounted on foamcoar from its previous framing. On the back of the foamcore is an inscription by the drawing's previous owner, Edward E. Rondot, describing Rondot's friendship with Russell and the occassion when Russell gifted the drawing to Rondot.
0.02 Linear Feet 1 oversize folder
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