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Finding Aid to the Rube Goldberg Archive of Cartoon Drawings and Related Pictorial Material
BANC PIC 1964.046-.048  
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volume 1964.047 v.23--ffALB, folder 03

Doc Wright - Bigh-hearted Jed Mar. 17 1934

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] "Judge an' I decided that maybe it mightn't be a bad idea to give the boy a job in your store- he can make up any harm that might have been done"
volume 1964.047 v.23--ffALB, folder 03

Doc Wright - After All, He's Only Human Mar. 19 1934

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] Fairville looks even brighter to Susan now that Jerry Hunter has arrived
volume 1964.047 v.23--ffALB, folder 03

Doc Wright - An Evening Off Mar. 20 1934

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] "Doctor, this is the first time in months the phones stopped ringin'- git out an' enjoy yourself!"
volume 1964.047 v.23--ffALB, folder 03

Doc Wright - A Hot Game Mar. 21 1934

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] Which has the best judgement in Fairville- the medical profession or the law? Poker will decide "Jed, you forgot ante"
volume 1964.047 v.23--ffALB, folder 03

Doc Wright- Interrupted Pleasure Mar. 22 1934

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] "Well, Doc, it looks like my monkey- I got three aces!" "Looks like the winnin' hand t'me"
volume 1964.047 v.23--ffALB, folder 03

Doc Wright- A Bad Man Mar. 23 1934

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] "Doctor, Pete's a vicious moon agin'…" "There, there, Mrs. Seresi- we'll see what we can do 'bout it"
volume 1964.047 v.23--ffALB, folder 03

Doc Wright - An Unexpected Blow Mar. 24 1934

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] The Doc was totally unprepared for the blow - but he's not the sort to stay down once a fight is started
 

Comics: various dates, 1910s-1930s, undated, and miscellaneous

volume 1964.047 v.23--ffALB, folder 04

When a Golf Game is Over it's Finished

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] "Did you knock this man down in cold blood?" "Sure I did!"
volume 1964.047 v.23--ffALB, folder 04

This Makes it Unanimous [ca. 1920-1925]

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] All bundles should have cross-word puzzles on them to break the monotony of long street-car rides "Let's see what is a word in two letters meaning 'an Egyptian King's pajamas?'"
volume 1964.047 v.23--ffALB, folder 04

[People who put you to sleep] People who put you to sleep - Number Ninety-One [1924]?

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] The married couple who invite you to their house for a quite game of bridge and spend the evening calling each other names.
volume 1964.047 v.23--ffALB, folder 04

They always come back for more [ca. 1920-1925]

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] "Dear, our lease is up and I just wrote our landlord a nasty letter…" "Fine- let's look for another apartment right away"
volume 1964.047 v.23--ffALB, folder 04

[People who put you to sleep] People who put you to sleep- Number fifty-four [1924]?

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] The European guide who stuffs you with unimportant facts about old palaces and cathedrals.
volume 1964.047 v.23--ffALB, folder 04

[Our own weekly radio ravings] Our own weekly radio ravings [ca. 1920-1925]

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] What'll we do with grandpa? One of the big radio talks of the season- Professor Bimbo J. Botch…
volume 1964.047 v.23--ffALB, folder 04

Some men are not very consistent [ca. 1920-1925]

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] "There'll be eight of us there, so I think we'll have one table of Mah Jong and one table of Bridge-" "I hope Margie doesn't come- she makes me sick - now, I heard…"
volume 1964.047 v.23--ffALB, folder 04

Life's little jokes -- Number 431,997 [ca. 1920-1925]

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] Lycurgus Spinoza Tornado McTait when at school was the winner in every debate, While Otto Wyoming Van Succotash Mum was so scared when they asked him to speak he was dumb:
volume 1964.047 v.23--ffALB, folder 04

Life's little jokes -- Number 739,106 [ca. 1920-1925]

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] For scenery that's restful and beautiful, too, this window affords a remarkable view, While the view that you get from this window is nix, it gives you an outlook on nothing but bricks:
volume 1964.047 v.23--ffALB, folder 05

Life's little jokes -- Number 66,791,804

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] Conceited, flirtatious buchanan McBean was constantly after some beautiful queen, while modest Joe Skeets kept his eyes straight ahead, as far as he knew all the chickens were dead:
volume 1964.047 v.23--ffALB, folder 05

Life's little jokes -- number 66,791,804 [ca. 1920-1925]

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] Conceited, flirtatious Buchanan McBean was constantly after some beautiful queen…
volume 1964.047 v.23--ffALB, folder 05

Life's little jokes -- number 509,337 [ca. 1920-1925]

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] This wonderful turkey with cranberry sauce was served in the home of Cadwallader Morse…
volume 1964.047 v.23--ffALB, folder 05

Nibbsy [ca. 1920-1925]

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] "Oh, dear, my sweetheart will never get past that big brute on the opposing team" // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] [Foolish questions] "Goin' to a fire?"
volume 1964.047 v.23--ffALB, folder 05

Nibbsy [ca. 1920-1925]

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] "Dear, you promised me a mink coat-I'm sure there's a fur shop in this neighborhood" // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] [Foolish questions] "Getting' a shampoo, Jed?"
volume 1964.047 v.23--ffALB, folder 05

Twisted tales [ca. 1920-1925]

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] Every day Mrs. Caraway Plankington Pidge plays mah jong…
volume 1964.047 v.23--ffALB, folder 05

Our own page of Christmas advertising [ca. 1920-1925]

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] Don't fail to visit our useless gift department…
volume 1964.047 v.23--ffALB, folder 05

Last year's baseball scandal still lingers in the minds of some of the… [ca. 1920-1925]

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] "Hey, you Yegg! How much were you paid for missing that one?"
volume 1964.047 v.23--ffALB, folder 05

[The weekly meeting of the Tuesday Ladies' Club] Rube Goldberg's Boobs…The weekly meeting of the Tuesday Ladies' Club [ca. 1920-1925]

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] Mrs. Talcum, Mrs. Sobb, Mrs. Plain, Mrs. Van Scandal…
volume 1964.047 v.23--ffALB, folder 05

[Life's little jokes] A tough-looking bird was Emanuel Bunda, you'd swear that his voice had the power of thunder… [ca. 1920-1925]

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] While you'd think that the voice…
volume 1964.047 v.23--ffALB, folder 5 or 4

Why is it -- the great surgeon, who is such an expert at carving the human body -- [ca. 1920-1925]

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] Makes such a mess of thanks-giving turkey - why is it?
volume 1964.047 v.24--ffALB

The new household collar button finder July 20, [1915?]

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] Play "Home Sweet Home" on obo (A) - homesick goldfish (B) is overcome and sheds copious tears which fill bowl… // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] [Phoney films] "I'm really getting as much salary as our theatrical ads say I 'm getting."
volume 1964.047 v.24--ffALB

Follow this and don't worry about firecrackers in the hands of little Steve July 5, [1915?]

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] Child blows up toy balloon (A) which presses against saw (B), sawing off limb (C) - limb strikes camer button (D) which works camera… // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] [I never thought of that] "Dear it is every nickel I have in the world but it is just enough to buy a nice four-cylindfer punkmobile."
volume 1964.047 v.24--ffALB

Use our simple voting machine Nov. 1, [1932]

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] First, look at board (A) and recognize picture of your candidate (no.1) turn clock (B) to corresponding number and press electric button (C)…
volume 1964.047 v.24--ffALB

Try our new patent clothes March 23, [1931?]

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] Heat from flame (A) expands home brew in bottle (B) and cork (C) flies out with attached safety razor blade (D), which cuts string… // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] [Mike and Ike - they look alike] "What is a coward?"
volume 1964.047 v.24--ffALB

Simple way to open an egg without dropping is in your lap Jan 28, [1921]

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] When you pick up morning paper (A), string (B) opens door of bird-cage (C) and bird (D) follows bird-seed (E) up platform (F), and falls over edge… // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] [Mike and Ike - they look alike] "Do you think the permanent wave is a success?"
volume 1964.047 v.24--ffALB

After going through the manufacturing building you class the inventor of overall with Edison and Marconi Aug. 28, [1920?]

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] It took 3 years to install this machine at a cost of $704,329.18 -- see complete pair of overalls appear at other end. "Civilization is making wonderful progress -- you'll soon have to take a course in engineering to learn how to lace your shoes." // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] [Phoney films] "I have decided to dismiss the class this afternoon and let your children go out to the Joy Zone at the fair and raise the dickens."
volume 1964.047 v.24--ffALB

It is a very simple matter to keep the flies off the baby [?]

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] Fly enters door, attracted by milk coming from bottle (A) - slides down through (B) to platform (C) - is ticked in the ribs by revolving tickler (D) - laughs until he falls over into one of buckets on endless chain… // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] [I'm the guy] "Bring me a nice, large dish of curry."
volume 1964.047 v.24--ffALB

Our modest mosquito-bite scratcher July 20, [1917]

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] Water from drain-pipe (A) drops into flask (B) - cork (C) rises with water carrying needle (D) with it--needle punctures paper tumbler (E) containing beer… // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] [Fifty-fifty] Poor man: "This is terrible--everybody out walking passes me--I wish I could afford a fast machine."
volume 1964.047 v.24--ffALB

Device for absent husbands who forget to wipe off their feet upon entering the house Nov. 22, [1916]

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] The centers of the two top steps are cut away and strips of paper are streched across--a wooly dog lies sleeping under each strip of paper. // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] [I never thought of that] I've carried this pitcher full of ice water up the steps seven times and every time I get to the top it's empty!"
volume 1964.047 v.24--ffALB

[Untitled] Feb. 9, [1929]

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon
volume 1964.047 v.24--ffALB

Now you know how to cut your own hair Mar. 10, [1933?]

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] Laughing hyena (A) laughs - blind mouse (B) thinks heyna is laughing at him, gets insulted, walks off and bumps into disk… // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] [Foolish questions] "O, Minerva, do you wear a switch?"
volume 1964.047 v.24--ffALB

[Illegible] [illegible]

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] Go to ball grounds and stand near fence (A) - during game, ball (B) is knocked over fence and hits dog (C) pushing him to ground - string… // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] [I'm the guy] "She smiled when he soaked her on the nut, with a ragged cobble stonem she even loved him all the more, for her head was made of stone…"
volume 1964.047 v.24--ffALB

Sample 8 reliable remedies for seasickness Jun. 6, [1931?]

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] Seagull (A) eats crumb (B) causing pendulum (C) to rock, starting machinery in box (D) which rings bell (E) deck stewart (F) hears bell and, hurrying to answer call, steps on dog's… // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] [I'm the guy] "I've been sitting here for seven hours waiting for that dentist it seems like seven years."
volume 1964.047 v.24--ffALB

No home should be without one of our hany little cocktail-shakers Nov. 21, [1927?]

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] Hostess works hand-pump (A) after strapping tank (B) on back of guest--in a few seconds cocktail will be well-shaken and ready to serve in a glass (C). // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] [Phoney films] "There's Jimmy McNutt with his hand in a sling--I won't ask him how it happened because I know he must be sick of explaining it to his friends already."
volume 1964.047 v.24--ffALB

Simple way to coax a [?] on your upper lip Nov. 20, 1915

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] Alarm clock (A) goes off and wakes cheese (B) which jumps on soda cracker (C), thereby pulling string (D) and removing cork (E) from bottle of acid (F)… // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] [Old Man Alf of the alphabet] "As I was saying, if I ever leave the firm, businesses will go to pieces."
volume 1964.047 v.24--ffALB

The newsdealers cure for the man who reads but doesn't buy Apr. 5, [1918?]

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] "Well, well, Siberia has declared war on Siam and has broken off diplomatic relations with Finnan Haddie." "Your ten minutes are up sir."
volume 1964.047 v.24--ffALB

[Untitled sketch.] [approximately 1910-1940]

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon
volume 1964.047 v.24--ffALB

There's a way to keep the barber from knocking the joke papers out of your hand May 4, 1916

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] With an electrical arrangement of this kind you stand less chance of having your face disfigured and you can really appreciate the jokes in the comic weeklies. "I think your face would look neater with part of the ears removed." // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] [Old Man Alf of the aplhabet] "So you're the foreigner that wants to marry my daughter. May I ask your name?"
volume 1964.047 v.24--ffALB

Why stay bald when growing hair is so simple? Apr. 3, 1914

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] Pull string (A) which causes secondary string (B) to move scissors and cut one hair from wooden horse's tail--clutch (E) grabs hair, lifts it at pull of string (D)… // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] [I'm cured] "Ah--here is a letter from a man saying he is willing to give me $50,000 for that lot I've been trying to get rid of for so long--he says he will call today."
volume 1964.047 v.24--ffALB

[That's life] Professor Lucifer Gorgonzola Butts A.K. Dopes out simple way to escape motorcycle cop--wife (A) sees pursuing cop in mirror (B) and screams, scarring dog (C)--dog jumps and lands on stomach of fat dwarf (D)… Nov. 14, 1932

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon
volume 1964.047 v.24--ffALB

Simple way to keep your hat from blowing off in a strong breeze Mar. 22, 1915

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] Buy automobile (A) for $275 and hire chauffeur to drive in back of you on windy day--motion of belt (B), attached to front wheel, is communicated to belt (C)… // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] [I never thought of that] "When you want a thing done there's nothing like doing it yourself."
volume 1964.047 v.24--ffALB

The food shortage is nothing to joke about Apr. 27, [1917?]

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] If you have no room in your small home to lay in a supply of food for a possible war famine, why not move out your furniture and do this? // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] [Silly sonnets] "Can this be paradise indeed."
volume 1964.047 v.24--ffALB

[Bobo Baxter] The professor does his stuff Aug. 31, [1928]

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] "Now, Mr. McGinnis, I have designed a simple contraception that will lure a deer to its destruction so you can have meat with your dinner -- let me explain…" "Professor, one of us is goody and I don't think it's me."
volume 1964.047 v.24--ffALB

Install one of our patent fly-swatters for the season [approximately 1915-1935?]

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] Fly (A) comes in through [?] breeze [?] small metal fan [?] to revolve, starting electric motor (C) which causes scissors (D) to clip…
volume 1964.047 v.24--ffALB

Why not make use of a cane as long as you insist on carrying it? Jan. 8, [1919]

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] A combination cane and doghouse might be useful. "It's a week after New Year's and I'm still seeing things."
volume 1964.047 v.24--ffALB

[Photograph of cartoon possibly by Barrett Gallagher?] [undated]

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

In same sleeve as second cartoon.
volume 1964.047 v.24--ffALB

[Untitled] [undated]

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon
volume 1964.047 v.24--ffALB

[That's life] Professor Lucifer Gorgonzola Butts A.K. Dopes out a simple little idea to get your pencil back when you lend it to a friend--man (A) borrows pencil from man (B)--when man (A) puts pencil in his pocket and starts… [approximately 1928-1939]

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] "Let me have your pencil a minute."
volume 1964.047 v.24--ffALB

A simple warning against the approach of a submarine [undated]

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] When submarine comes to surface, periscope (A) hits licorice-sparrow (B) causwing him to try to fly away, thereby pulling string (C), which lifts wedge (D) - spring opens pincers (E), releasing hammer (F)…
volume 1964.047 v.24--ffALB

[That's life?] Professor Butts goes to a chiropractor and, while doubled up in a knot, thinks of a patent wholesale mosquito-destroyer-owl (A) flies away into the night causing branch (B) to vibrate and pull cord © rubbing match (D)… [approximately 1928-1939]

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] [?] overall asper Prof attached.
volume 1964.047 v.24--ffALB

[Untitled. Copy?] [undated]

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon
volume 1964.047 v.24--ffALB

It's very simple to keep cool Aug. 2, [1918]

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] Terrific heat from sun shrinks prune (A) until it falls throguh hole (B) into cup (C) causing hook (D) to release arm (E) which tosses ball (F) and knocks pineapple (G)…
volume 1964.047 v.24--ffALB

At last you can cut your own hair! Mar. 8, [1926?]

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] Wait for rainstorm--rain (A) waters plant (B) which grows and pushes end of paddle (C) causwing other end (D) to press bicycle pump (E)...
volume 1964.047 v.24--ffALB

How to open this letter [undated]

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] Golfer hits ball (A), ball lands in soup (B) which splashes all over coat (C)…
volume 1964.047 v.24--ffALB

Simple method of hiding a gravy spot on your vest Mar. 14, [1922?]

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] Cheese (A), after standing around for several weeks, grows restless and falls off platform (B), hitting spring (C) and bouncing against electric button (D) which releases arrow held by mechanical cupid…
volume 1964.047 v.24--ffALB

[Professor Butts.] June 11, 1929

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] Professor Butts takes a drink of strange gin and evolves an invention for opening the garage door without getting out fo the car. Drive auto bumper (A) against…
volume 1964.047 v.24--ffALB

Simple way to open a tight window Sept. 26, [1924?]

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] After trying unsuccessfully to open window for half an hour, you relieve your anger by choking parrot (A)--dog (B) hears parrot's goans and weeps out of sympathy…
volume 1964.047 v.24--ffALB

The only humane way to catch a mouse Apr. 17, [1925]

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] Magic lantern (A) throws picture of piece of swiss cheese on screen (B)--mouse, mistaking picture for real thing, jumps at screen and falls in rowboat (C)--he rows around in tub until… // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] [Nobody's business] "Mrs. Van Buickbuster is going around telling everybody she got the bruise on her face walking into a dark room and bumping into the gas jet…"
volume 1964.047 v.24--ffALB

Saluting is quite a job in itself Aug. 30, [1929]

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] If he doesn't salute he'll go to the guard-house and if he drops the shell it will explode--we'll let him figure it out for himself. // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] [Fifty-fifty] The man who can't afford to have a lawyer.
 

Comics: 1930s (continued)

volume 1964.047 v.25--ffALB, folder 01

Bill [with Boob McNutt] Dec. 20, 1931

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] "For crying out loud! Miss McBandage, the nurse, is wild about me and I can't get a chance to say a word to her in private on account of all these patients around." "Great Scott! The sanitarium's on fire!" // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] [Boob McNutt's ark] 74 rare animals left on the Ark. After all their experiences, our gallant crew should be prepared for any emergency.
volume 1964.047 v.25--ffALB, folder 01

Bill [with Boob McNutt] Dec. 27, 1931

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] "Young man, I'm giving you a raise in salary beginning on the first of next month." "Thanks, Doctor! I sure can use it." // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] [Boob McNutt's ark] 59 rare and precious animals are still en route to America aboard the Ark… "Professor Germ, the academy just radioed and begged us not to lose any more animals--they're going crazy keeping track of our figures."
volume 1964.047 v.25--ffALB, folder 01

Bill [with Boob McNutt] Jan. 3, 1932

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] "Doctor, the hospital is losing money -- we haven't enough patients." "People are too healthy -- we ought to have more accident cases." // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] [Boob McNutt's ark] 49 rare scientific specimins still left on the ark--can they safely reach American soil? "Great Scott, Professor Germ! This end of the ark is breaking off!"
volume 1964.047 v.25--ffALB, folder 01

Bill [with Boob McNutt] Jan. 10, 1932

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] "Goodbye, old sanitarium! I've been working there so long I'd begun to feel like an inmate." "Hello, Dad and Mom -- I've quit my job." // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] [Boob McNutt's ark] There are only 37 rare animals left on the ark but the boys are determined to land them all safely on American soil. "Professor Microbe, this storm will blow over soon."
volume 1964.047 v.25--ffALB, folder 01

Bill [with Boob McNutt] Jan. 17, 1932

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] "William, I want you to grow up to be a man like your father -- idleness has no place in my makeup and you must look for a job today." "Shucks! Dad doesn't understand -- it's not a job I want -- I need a change -- Adventure -- the wide open spaces." // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] [Boob McNutt's ark] Boob and the other scientists are now close to America with their disabled ark still carrying some priceless creatures never before seen by human eyes. "28 left including the long-necked smokey-pokey."
volume 1964.047 v.25--ffALB, folder 01

Bill [with Boob McNutt] Jan. 24, 1932

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] Bill's state of restlessness has brough him in contact with an old man who introduced himself as "Captain Jim," a soldier of fortune. "But what are you doing around here, Captain Jim?" // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] [Boob McNutt's ark] 28 rare and precious animals still survive the hazardous trip--but their safe delivery home hangs… "Professor Germ, if there was only some way to let the dirigible know we're here."
volume 1964.047 v.25--ffALB, folder 01

Bill [with Boob McNutt] Feb. 14, 1932

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] When Bill invited himself for a walk with the mysterious Lady of Many Keys she gave him the slip. "First National Bank calling -- the lock has jammed on our big vault." // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] [Boob McNutt's ark] There are now only 16 rare specimens on the remains of the ark, but the shipwrecked crew know that the rescuing… "There she is, Ike."
volume 1964.047 v.25--ffALB, folder 01

Bill [with Boob McNutt] Feb. 21, 1932

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] "Good bye! I'll be back tomorrow to have more duplicate keys made." "There's something strange about you." // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] [Boob McNutt's ark] The professors have asked the rescure dirigible to send down a stretcher to lift the injured animals to safety… "Professor Microbe, we have 16 specimens to contribute to the world of science."
volume 1964.047 v.25--ffALB, folder 01

Bill [with Boob McNutt] Feb. 28, 1932

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] "Captain Jim, it's funny that dame hasn't shown up today to order her usual number of keys." "Come lad! It's closing time! Let's go home." // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] [Boob McNutt's ark] The rare animals are safely aboard the rescue dirigible and Professors Microbe and Germ… "Ahoy, sir."
volume 1964.047 v.25--ffALB, folder 01

Bill [with Boob McNutt] Bill is through mending locks for the day and he is keeping a date with the mysterious girl of many keys Mar. 6, 1932

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] "Gimme a good shine, Sam -- I've got a heavy date with a swell dame."
volume 1964.047 v.25--ffALB, folder 02

Bill [with Boob McNutt] Mar. 13, 1937

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] Bill's mysterious girlfriend still is maintaining secrecy about herself, but that does not stop him from loving her. "Gee, Miss! Can't we make that date for 12:30? That's my lunch hour." // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] As dawn approaches, Boob and Bertha are still astride the radium-headed ploot, alive, but not so well, awaiting rescue. "Bertha, now look what's happening!"
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Bill [with Boob McNutt] Mar. 20, 1932

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] With a duplicate key, thieves entered the rooms of a gem merchant at the Hotel de Bunk and made off with $100,000 worth of jewels. Now we find the irate guest complaining to the hotel manager. "My jewels! My jewels!" // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] [Boob McNutt's ark] Boob is speeding over the sea on the back of the mad looptailed quirkle with the rescure dirigible in wild pursuit. "That animal's too fast for us, Mike--we'll never rescue Boob."
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Bill [with Boob McNutt] Mar. 27, 1932

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] The big jewel robbery -- the mysterious blonde's sudden trip to Canada and the many requests by this strange girl for duplicate keys has got Bill's head in a whirl… "You go on in Babyface -- I'll watch outside -- remember, no rough stuff." // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] [Boob McNutt's ark] This is a strange hookup--Mike and Ike tried to save Boob and Bertha and this is what happened… "Professor Microbe, we've exhausted every effor to save them."
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Bill [with Boob McNutt] Apr. 17, 1932

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] Bill reasoned his girl was a victim of some sinister influence, but he could not persuade her to talk about herself… "Captain Jim, my brother has been the cause of all my troubles, and I blame it all on the way he was raised…" // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] [Boob McNutt's ark] To safeguard the three remaining precious animals, the captain sends Boob and Mike and Ike to different parts of the dirigible… "You boys get as far away from each other as possible so you can't get into mischief."
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Bill [with Boob McNutt] Apr. 24, 1932

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] To save her brother, Bill's girlfriend had been forced into a life of crime. She has bared her life to old Captain Jim and now her story has been told to the boy. " -- And so, you were right lad when you thought a sinister influence was dominating her life…" // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] [Boob McNutt's ark] There are three big holes in the dirigible and the captain and the professors go on a tour of inspection. "We must go aloft and figure out a way to mend our damaged dirigible."
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[Bill (with Boob McNutt)] May 1, 1932

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] While Bill's girlfriend is at odds with the law, the boy and old Captain Jim are doing all in their power to help her get square with society before the police arrest her. "Captain Jim, I must recover those jewels before the police find her." "Not an easy task, my lad!" // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] [Boob McNutt's ark] After their strenuous work we find the Captain and first mate of the dirigible thoroughly exhausted. "I'm all in."
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Bill [with Boob McNutt] May 8, 1932

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] Bill and Captain Jim made a round of all the pawnshops in town, but no trace of the stolen jewels could they find… "Captain Jim, what do you suggest we do next?' // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] [Boob McNutt's ark] With the dirigible in bad shape, it looks as though our friends will have to land soon if they want to land at all. "Look, boys--the magneto wolf is catching a cold."
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Bill [with Boob McNutt] May 15, 1932

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] Bill's girl is attempting to trick the gang leader unto disclosing the hiding place of the stolen jewels. "Sure, baby! You can have any of those jewels you want." // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] [Boob McNutt's ark] The dirigible is still afloat, thanks to the individial gas tanks and she is limping towards home with the three surviving rare and precious animals. "Hello, Academy--we're in bad shape and we need help at once!"
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Bill [with Boob McNutt] May 22, 1932

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] Bill and Captain Jim are trying to recover the stolen jewels from the home of the gang leader who, acting on a hunch, is now removing them to another place for safer keeping. "Now if the police raid my home they will not find a thing." // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] [Boob McNutt's ark] The dirigible has been broken in two by a shooting star… "Come quick, Boob--the front half is floating close to us now and the professors are trying to throw us a rope."
volume 1964.047 v.25--ffALB, folder 02

Bill [with Boob McNutt] July 3, 1932

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] When Bill awoke after his night of rest in the old mill he found Captain Jim sleeping so soundly he decided to take a short walk before awakening him, but as he stepped out of the door he was set upon by three thugs. "Now we'll get the old man." // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] [Boob McNutt's ark] Of all places in the world! The boys and the three rare animals are stuck on top of a pinnacle 1000 feet high. "What to do, what to do!"
volume 1964.047 v.25--ffALB, folder 03

Bill [with Boob McNutt] July 10, 1932

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] When Bill and old Captain Jim reached their car they found the gangsters had punctured all their tires, so -- with the recovered jewels they are forced to flee on foot. "Captain, we should have punctured the tires of their car, too." // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] [Boob McNutt's ark] The boys are stranded somewhere in the wilds of the west--they don't know where they are--neither do the three rare animals. "Not a landmark in sight."
volume 1964.047 v.25--ffALB, folder 03

Bill [with Boob McNutt] July 17, 1932

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] In order to foil their pursurers Bill and Captain Jim threw the box of precious jewels into the river and now that the bandits are gone they must recover them again. "Wait till they're out o'sight , lad." // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] [Boob McNutt's ark] The boys had to abandon their three rare animals and flee before an infuriated, flamingtailed, maneating lion--what a spot! "Growl!"
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Bill [with Boob McNutt] July 17, 1932

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] Bill promised his girl Sally he'd recover the stolen jewels from the bandits and now with this accomplished he and Captain Jim are having a terrible time getting the gem's back to town and to their rightful owner. "The coast looks clear now, Captain -- let's go!" // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] [Boob McNutt's ark?] Lost! Somewhere in the wide, open spaces of the vast west, the boys, with their recently discovered wagon, are searching for a way back home. "Look, boys--a town ahead!"
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Bill [with Boob McNutt] July 31, 1932

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] Bill and Captain Jim salvaged the jewels in their fireproof strong-box from the smoldering ruins of the old hay wagon and now they have reached town… "Hide 'em quick -- here comes a cop." // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] [Boob McNutt's ark] They boys are determined to deliver the remaining 3 precious animals to the national academy--they gallantly pull the covered wagon to give the poor creatures a rest. "What I wouldn't do for something to eat!"
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Bill [with Boob McNutt] Aug. 7, 1932

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] After many hardships Bill and Captain Jim have reached the old locksmith shop with the recovered jewels, where they will make the final arrangements to return them to their owner. "At last we're home lad." // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] [Boob McNutt's ark] The boys have repatriated their covered wagon and have started for home--if they can find it. "Boob, is it wrong to think of food at this time?"
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The road is getting rougher -- the boys are finding every bump but their bump of direction Aug. 28, 1932

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] "This is terrible." "Will we ever find a smooth road?"
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Bill [with Boob McNutt] Sept. 4, 1932

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] The gallant attempt by Bill and Captain Jim to clear up the jewel robbery case for Sally's sake has cost them their freedom and they hired a lawyer to defend them against the false charge of bulgary. "Mr. McLegal, it all started in Captain Jim's locksmith shop -- I was working there and…" // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] [Boob McNutt's ark] Still hoping for a break, the boys with their three rare animals continue to roam the wide open spaces… "Boys, the animals are all in."
volume 1964.047 v.25--ffALB, folder 03

Bill [with Boob McNutt] Apr. 3, 1932

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] The story so far. Bill grew tired of living in a groove and one day, while strolling through the park thinking about his empty future, he met… // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] [Boob McNutt's ark] Once more all hands are safe in the dirigible--homeward bound with a cargo of 8 rare and precious animals. "Well, Professors, our troubles are over at last."
volume 1964.047 v.25--ffALB, folder 03

Bill [with Boob McNutt?]. Five! Apr. 10, 1932

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] If Bill doesn't soon get the low-down on the mysterious actions of his girlfriend he will go crazy. He's up to his neck in worry and bother. "Gee! I wonder if Captain Jim can't help me get a line on that baby -- she's a puzzle to me." // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] [Boob McNutt's ark] Only 5 of their precious animals are left and the Professors have taken a solemn oath to deliver them safely to the academy.
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Bill [with Boob McNutt] May 29, 1932

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] When Bill and Captain Jim were accosted by the thug in the gang leader's apartment the old man blew a cloud of smoke in the eyes of the crook and then disappeared with the boy. "Them birds made a slick getaway." // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] [Boob McNutt's ark] The rescue plane is towing half the dirigible... "Professor Microbe, we must inform the plane that our precious cargo is floating away in the other half of the dirigible."
volume 1964.047 v.25--ffALB, folder 03

Bill [with Boob McNutt] Sept. 11, 1932

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] The day has come for the trial of Bill and Captain Jim and the prisoners have made it doubly hard for their attorney by requesting that the girl Sally must not be called as a defense witness. "Time for court." // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] [Boob McNutt's ark] The boys do not know a search is in progess for them and many weeks in the wilderness bring them to the depths of despair. "Boys, it's the end--we'll put the animals in the wagon to die and then we'll sneak off and commit suicide."
volume 1964.047 v.25--ffALB, folder 04

The attorney for Bill and Captain Jim has just finished his heart-rending plea to the jury for the acquittal of his clients on the charge of theft… Sept. 18, 1932

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] "The court is ready for the state to plead its case." "Thank you, your Honor!" // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] [The boys do not know that Pearl and the Professors are searching for them and poor Boob has just about given up hope.] "Boob is craking under the strain."
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Bill [with Boob McNutt] Sept. 25, 1932

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] Bill and Captain Jim are nearly speechless as a result fo unfavorable verdict. Now they are about to be removed to jail to await sentence is almost broken. "Oh, Bill! Why didn't you let me testify? I could have cleared your name." // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] [Boob McNutt's ark] The covered wagon breaks down so Boob, the boys and the three precious animals have to continue their perilous journey on foot. "Poor Dunklewimp--now you've got to start on another long hike."
volume 1964.047 v.25--ffALB, folder 04

Bill [with Boob McNutt] Bill has made the prison football team and old Captain Jim, having starred in the branch of athletics in his college days, has been selected to coach the squad Oct. 9, 1932

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] "Now, boys, when you hit the line keep your heads low and bodies forward, etc., etc. // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] [Boob McNutt's ark] Finally our party is out of the wilderness and bound for home--soon they will give the rare pootwaddle and dunkewimp to the world of science. "Hello, Academy--we're starting for home and all is well."
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Bill [with Boob McNutt] Oct. 16, 1932

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] Though Bill's convict life is not as drab as one would suppose he feels keenly the injustice of his imprisonment: we find him now donning football togs for one of the prison games. "Shucks! I'd give anything if I could only get out of this place." // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] [Boob McNutt's ark] While the committee at home is planning a great welcome, Boob's train is rumbling along eastward with the two rare animals and the rest of the party. "Now here's where the governor will stand as boob goes by."
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Bill [with Boob McNutt] Oct. 23, 1932

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] The University of Crime is losing today's football game -- the score is 3-0 against Captain Jim's team with only four minutes left to play… "Bill, who is that convict with the ball?" // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] [Boob McNutt's ark] The train stopped and Boob took the animals off for a drink--but the engineer didn't know it and pulled out without them. "When they find out we're gone they'll stop and wait for us."
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Bill [with Boob McNutt] Oct. 30, 1932

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] Bill's lawyers has failed in his appeal for a new trial. Meanwhile the boy and old Captain Jim are slowly adjusting them -- selves to prison routine. "Ho! Hum! Come on, lad! It's time to get up!" // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] [Boob McNutt's ark] When the train pulled away Boob was left behind with the two animals… "Well, folks, they ought to be along in a few hours and then we'll start for home."
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Bill [with Boob McNutt] Nov. 6, 1932

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] Bill and Captain Jim have witnessed the passing of a gun from one convict to another. The prisoners now are out on their noon day recess. "All out!" // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] [Boob McNutt's ark] Once more the pootwaddle and dunkelwimp have been picked up and the party is ready to resume the homeward journey. "Hello, Academy--all's well and we're leaving for home at once."
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Bill [with Boob McNutt] Nov. 13, 1932

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] The gates are about to open on another prison football game between the halves of thiscontest a break for freedom is planned by two convicts and under threats of violence Bill and Captain Jim have been ordered to accompany them. "Captain Jim, I don't want to go through with this prison break." // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] [Boob McNutt's ark] The reception committee is waiting at the depot to welcome the explorers and the footwaddle, the only rare specimen to survuve the expedition. "McNutt special arrives on track 4."
volume 1964.047 v.25--ffALB, folder 04

Bill [with Boob McNutt] Nov. 20, 1932

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] One half of the prison football game is over and the zero hour for the jailbreak has arrived. Captain Jim who has been refereeing the game is pleading sick and Bill pleaded injuries in order to leave the field. "Guard I've got a terrible headache -- can you get another referee for the last half?" // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] The great reception to Boob's party is still in progress. Just before the parade boob has slipped off to get dolled up. "You know, I'm the guest of honor--how do I look?"
volume 1964.047 v.25--ffALB, folder 05

Bill [with Boob McNutt] May 21, 1933

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] "Stick around, kids -- when my medicine show starts I'll let you earn a few pennies." "Gentlemen, Barko is good for many things besides coughs -- gum-boils, corns and falling hair -- will you two lads come up here a moment?" // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] Boob, still a prisoner in Doctor Zano's sanitarium, seizes his first opportunity to get in touch with Pearl. "Hello, Pearl, darling--I'm still here, but I don't know where it is."
volume 1964.047 v.25--ffALB, folder 05

Bill [with Boob McNutt] May 28, 1933

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] "Say, Joe, run the open-air medicine show as usual -- I'm going down street for a bite to eat." "Okay." // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] Fortunately Mike and Ike ducked just as the crafty Doctor Zano fired. BANG.
volume 1964.047 v.25--ffALB, folder 05

Bill [with Boob McNutt] June 18, 1933

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] "Joe, we can't sell any cough medicine in this resort -- let's go in bathing." "Okay!" // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] Mike and Ike have Boob's $100,000 in their possession and naturally feel a bit nervous. "If we put in the bank, Dr. Zano and lawyer blackheart have a legal right to take it out as Boob's guardians."
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Bill [with Boob McNutt] June 25, 1933

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] "Jake, I'll swipe his formula -- it's worth big dough." "Okay! I'm with yuh!" // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] No wonder Mike and Ike are nervous! They've got Boob's $100,000 and don't know where to put it. "Ike, this is a terrible responsibility."
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Bill [with Boob McNutt] July 2, 1933

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] Bill's secret formula for his cough-medicinehas just been stolen by two rascals who now are making their getaway. "Get'em, Sam! They're turning the corner." // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] Doctor Zano is leaving no stone unturned to get his hands on Boob's $100,000. "Blackheart, the fools will fall for this."
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Bill [with Boob McNutt] July 9, 1933

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] "Sam, let's try to capture the guys who stole my formula, in the next town." "Let's go, Boss!" // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] Mike and Ike have just finished an all-day search for Doctor Zano's sanitarium where Boob is imprisoned. "I'm afraid we'll never find poor Boob."
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Bill [with Boob McNutt] July 16, 1933

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] "Sheriff, the crooks are in your town now." "If you can point out their pictures for me…" // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] Mike and Ike broke into Doctor Zano's sanitarium to rescue Boob, but… "Gazunk!"
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Bill [with Boob McNutt] July 23, 1933

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] "Boss, you ain't sold a bottle o'cough medicine today and yo performers has gotta eat." "Boys, the worst has come -- I'm broke and the only way we can raise dough is to hock our clothes." // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] Lace-tailed shoetreez.
volume 1964.047 v.25--ffALB, folder 05

Bill [with Boob McNutt] Aug. 6, 1933

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] Bill, the inventor of "Barko," the wonder cough medicine, has just witnessed a prize fight in whoch one contestant who stopped to cough was knocked out. "kid McPunk will see you soon as he's through talking to his manager." // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] Dr. Zano has no intention of releasing the boys--his work has only started. "Doctor, what about Boob McNutt and Mike and Ike?"
volume 1964.047 v.25--ffALB, folder 05

Bill [with Boob McNutt] Sept. 3, 1933

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] "I'll meet you right here, baby, at five o'clock, sharp." "She's a swell dame -- my Annie." // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] Slowly and surely the coldblooded Dr. Zano perfects his plan to spread ruin in the world while poor Boob looks helplessly on. "Look, Mike. Zano's horses."
volume 1964.047 v.25--ffALB, folder 06

Bill [with Boob McNutt] Sept. 17, 1933

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] "You see -- I put on free boxing shows with my fighter, 'Kid Barko,' and sell health tonic on the side." "Okay, I'll take a dive for ten bucks." // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] "See! Another of my miracles--only an hour ago I could have held this frog in the palm of my hand!"
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Bill [with Boob McNutt] Sept. 24, 1933

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] "Kid Barko, I'd like to put you on in a real fight sometime if you could work up enough courage." "Why, courage is my middle name -- wait'll you see my collection of war medals." // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] "The cold, calculating, merciless Doctor Zano still intends to do away with the boys as a first step in wiping out all civilization."
volume 1964.047 v.25--ffALB, folder 06

Bill [with Boob McNutt] Oct. 1, 1933

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] "Ladies and gentlemen, the man before you owes his great strength entirely to 'Barko' the great health tonic." "Ten bottles of this body-building medicine will do the same for you." // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] The boys are trying to use their brains (?) to help them escape from Doctor Zano's monstrous insects.
volume 1964.047 v.25--ffALB, folder 06

Bill [with Boob McNutt] Oct. 8, 1933

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] "Bill, I just did ten miles of road work and I feel great." "Well, I feel terrible! Before your take your nap, Barko, you'd better call a doctor for me." // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] Boob and Mike and Ike must escape from this inferno of weird and monstrous insects of Doctor Zano's creation.
volume 1964.047 v.25--ffALB, folder 06

Bill [with Boob McNutt] Nov. 12, 1933

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] "bill, there's Dad now in front of his store -- it's a good chance to ask his permission for our marriage." "Howdy, Doctor McAsthma! About that matter concerning Babe and me, I wanted to say…" // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] The Reenforcements. While the rescue squad is waiting for reenforcements, crafty Doctor Zano goes to his tower to scan the horizon.
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Bill [with Boob McNutt] Nov. 26, 1933

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] Every time Bill asks Babie's father for permission to marry his daughter the old man gives a physical demon stration of parental indignation. "Now's your chance, Bill." // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] "Report at headquarters at once--Zano's opposition too strong--send police dirigible with large supply of bombs."
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Bill [with Boob McNutt] Dec. 17, 1933

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] "Bill, Father is keeping me locked in my room for fear I'll run off with you and get married." "That's an idea, Babe -- we'll elope tonight." // [Additional panel(s) on sheet:] Doctor Zano is now ready to let the monsters of his creation overrun the civilized world…
 

Cartoon drawings: editorials approximately 1938-1960

 

Editorial cartoons: 1930s

volume 1964.047 v.26--ffALB, folder 01

Home on the Range Mar. 3, [1933?]

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] "Oh give me a home far from the capitol dome, where you don't have to pay, pay and pay -- where each man has a shirt, and the taxes don't hurt -- and the skies are not cloudy all day." Nude (deal) ranch.

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Editorials (Editorial cartoons: society and politics)
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Cigar and cigarette in the dark Aug. 15, [1930?]

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Editorials (Editorial cartoons: society and politics)
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Covering up Feb. 28, [1934?]

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] Domestic mess. Foreign policy.

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Editorials (Editorial cartoons: society and politics)
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Coverup Easter bonnet [approximately 1930-1934]

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] Democratic record of high taxes. "I hope this'll cover up the old one."

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Editorials (Editorial cartoons: society and politics)
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Nearing the final gavel Aug. 2, [1933?]

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] Congress. New Deal.

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Editorials (Editorial cartoons: society and politics)
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First come last served Apr. 29, [1929?]

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] "The Doctor will see you now." "Hey! I was here first!"

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Editorials (Editorial cartoons: society and politics)
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What's sauce for the goose? Feb. 17, [1933?]

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] "Dispossessed?" "Yop -- I folllowed the example of the administration and spent more than I made."

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Editorials (Editorial cartoons: society and politics)
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Fables of Franklin D… No1 Sept. 24, [1935?]

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] You can have your cake and eat it. New Deal.

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Editorials (Editorial cartoons: society and politics)
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The Argentine can-can [approximately 1930-1935]

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] Cattle states. Beef.

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Editorials (Editorial cartoons: society and politics)
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Mechanized Mother Goose Sept. 22, [1930]

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] "Where are you going, my pretty maid?" "I'm going a'milking, sir," she said.

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Editorials (Editorial cartoons: society and politics)
volume 1964.047 v.26--ffALB, folder 02

The Perpetual Deb Jan. 5, [1934?]

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

Note

[Additional text (excerpt):] "Isn't she thin this year?" "But ain't it about time you got her married off?"

Subjects and Indexing Terms

Editorials (Editorial cartoons: society and politics)
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April Fool Mar. 3, [1933?]

Physical Description: 1 drawing : cartoon

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Daily Flash. Internal note: paste-up square is loose.

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Looking to tomorrow Apr. 16, 1945

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[Additional text (excerpt):] I am strong and determined to carry on and crush the enemies he despised. Sorrow.

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Gifts from the Magi Jan. 4, [1939?]

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[Additional text (excerpt):] President's message. "Shovel" Hopking.

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Fables of Franklin D Sept. 26, [1935?]

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Never change horses in the middle of a deficit. Dried-up treasury.

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Texas-Jack-In-The-Box July 12, [1939?]

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Cactus Jack.

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Our All-American team for 1939 Dec. 18, 1938

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Guard -- spy. Center -- agitator.

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Fool's paradise Oct. 19, [1935?]

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "Why change? I'm getting by." New Deal Bubble Pipe.

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The Bursting Point [approximately 1930-1939]

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "Hey!" $382,075,000 additional agricultural appropriation.

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Overlapping and Interlocking Jan. 18, 1939

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "Who's feeding who?" Treasury meal.

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If Fiorello goes into the cabinet Nov. 30, [1935]

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Clang, clang.

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The Neglected Patient Jan. 20, 1939

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[Additional text (excerpt):] They're helping everybody else but the fellow who furnishes the money to help everybody else! "Hey, how about me?"

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Let's put our own house in order [approximately 1935-1940]

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "Things look pretty messy over there in Europe." Mr. and Mrs. New Deal.

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It's still a jellopie! [approximately 1935-1940]

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "Hey, will somebody look at the motor?" Franklin's Super Service.

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"Information, please." Mar. 27, [1939]

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "What happened to… the monopoly investigation, the Lewis and Green battle, the Dies Committee, Fireside chats, the Breathing Spell, Harry Bridges, Tom Mooney and Hopkin's Back-To-Work Program?" Washington Big Brains.

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Even they don't know Sept. 15, [1939]

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Dies Committee Dog Show. "You explain it!"

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Congressional Aquacade [approximately 1935-1939]

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Unfinished legislation. Neutrality bill, amendment social security act.

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The Torch Singer Nov.15, [1939?]

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "Will you love me next November as you do today?" Third term.

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It's the head -- not the hat! Feb. 7, [1934?]

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "This hat doesn't fit -- I'll have it stretched." "Maybe I better get rid of my headache first."

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Home sweet home Oct. 23, [1935?]

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "You're getting' the kinks out right smart!" Neutrality bill.

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Two men on a shovel [approximately 1938?]

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Dies Committee. "You communist!"

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If radio goes on strike Jan. 23, [1939?]

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Unfair to organized fright. "They, too!"

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The whatis and the whatchamacallit Dec. 30, [1938?]

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[Additional text (excerpt):] 1938. 1939.

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A new word in Washington Jan. 30, [1939?]

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "I never heard that word before -- what does it mean, boys?" "It's a new one on us!"

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The Farley Brush Man [approximately 1935-1940]

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Me. The States.

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The Dead-weight Derby [approximately 1935-1940]

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Communist propaganda. Fascist propaganda.

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Flushing Follies [approximately 1935-1940]

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "For adults only! The most exotic exhibition of feminine pulchritude! The daring 'mother hubbard dance!'" The act approved by world's fair board of censors.

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Pan-American Conference Dec. 9, 1938

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Rome - Berlin Axisese Machine Apr. 24, 1939

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "Hey, how do you stop this thing?" Jitters.

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The boy and the dike Nov. 13, [1939?]

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Holland. Includes view of soldiers with nazi swastikas on helmets.

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Cystal Gazing Dec. 29, [1939?]

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[Additional text (excerpt):] 1940. Crystal ball with Hitler and Stalin in a trashcan.

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That deadly germ Feb. 24, 1939

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Spy systems. Propaganda.

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Evolution of a moustache Sept. 7, [1939?]

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "Come on -- we must give him a trimming!" France.

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Keeping out the rats Jun. 10, [1939?]

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Stricter passport laws.

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The uninvited guest Dec. 15, [1939?]

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Hoover plan to feed conquered nations.

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Partial blackout Sept. 9, [1939?]

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Mars. Europe.

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The draftee [1940?]

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "Your equiptment, rookie." 1941.

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Valentines for il Duce Feb. 14, 1941

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[Additional text (excerpt):] From Britain. The desert sands will ne'er grow cold with you upon the spot -- for your retreating footsteps sure will keep 'em nice and hot: and, as the sun in Africa shines down to burn and parch, your brave command will still be heard…

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The Poor Celebrity has no privacy Feb. 19, 1941

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Lend-lease Bill.

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"George Washington slept here." Feb. 21, 1941

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Hands off. Cradle of liberty.

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German tourist Feb. 26, 1941

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No foolin'? Feb. 26, 1941

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "Now Japanese boy is Neptune, King of Pacific." Hitler Costume Co.

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Mussolini addresses his generals Feb. 28, 1941

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Television.

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Cultural "Peace" Conference Mar. 29, 1941

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Truth.

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Uncle Sam makes a Mickey July 14, 1941

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Old army mule kick. Blended navy shark bite.

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Taking stock of himself Aug. 10, 1941

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "We're bound to win--right and growing strength are on our side."

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Mechanized mother goose Oct. 15, 1941

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Benito. Needles and pins, needles and pins, when a man marries his trouble begins. "Muss" married Frau Hitler, believing she'd bring all the comforts of home -- when he gave her the ring…

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The Jittermonger Oct. 17, 1941

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[Additional text (excerpt):] I am informed Japan masses troops on Siberian border. Separate peace rumors.

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The open window Oct. 20, 1941

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Government precautions. Inflation.

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Mechanized mother goose Oct. 22, 1941

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Ten little Indians standing in a line -- one went home, and then there were nine; nine took a powder, eight couldn't stay… Priorities.

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Choosing the offensive Dec. 10, 1941

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Allies. Tunisia.

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War emergency overcome Feb. 2, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Now that bakers are not allowed to slice bread we suggest that you take your loaf to the nearest indoor ice-skating rink, bore a hole through the ice and-oh well, you get the idea. N.B. don't forget ti fill out form MK-37J-PZYT4-33-Q to make this perfectly legal!

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A greeting to our enemies Feb. 12, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] That government of the people, by the people and for the people shall not perish from the earth.

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French court Feb. 20, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Trial of Daladier, Blum and Gamelin.

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His general Feb. 23, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] These are the time that try men's souls. -Thomas Payne, 1776 George Washington.

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No place for a honeymoon Feb. 27, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Just married. Legislative coddling.

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Fly paper Mar. 16, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "I can't get rid of the darn thing!" Ruml Plan.

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House of Mourning Apr. 20, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] France.

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Look what's cookin' Apr. 21, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Inflation. "Which one turns it off?"

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Forgotten! May 27, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] War effort. Anti-strike legislation.

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For final victory May 29, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] In memory of our soldiers and sailors who have made the supreme sacrifice.

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The strong men of Europe June 4, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Assasin. Himmler, Laval, Quislings.

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For victory June 15, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] War bond. "Me, too!"

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Design for the future June 22, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Will to win. Growing strength.

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Little but dangerous June 23, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "Honorable Japanese wrestler understands great importance of toe-hold!" Aleutians.

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"Sugar shortage." June 24, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "You're only allowed one lump, Joe." Warehouse.

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The awkward swad June 29, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "I've got to get rid of that bunch -- especially that last recruit." "Enemy surprise attack."

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The Masquerader June 30, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "Heil, Sheik, Adolf, Protector of Egypt!" "But will the other sheiks believe I'm a sheik?"

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Gas shortage solved! July 2, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "Daddy, can't we eat now?" "Wait'll we come to a nice shady place."

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Words that blind out evil July 3, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] We hold these thruths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. Mein Kampf.

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The one bad apple June 5, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Submarine attacks. Record production.

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False front July 6, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] All resistance in the conquered countries has been wiped out -- we have nothing to fear from within. -J. Goebbels "I hope nobody finds out about those Yugoslav guerillas."

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His real judges July 7, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Victims of enemy trechery. Saboteur.

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Two torches July 15, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] World fight against dictatorship. Democratic fight for gubernatorial nomination.

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The coveted prize July 16, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Oil. Russia.

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Let's not forget that reflection July 17, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Aleutians. Alaska.

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Rubberless days July 20, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "Hurry up an' get through with that spaghetti -- I wanna eat!" Substitute for rubber hose.

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Undermined July 22, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] France, Holland, Poland…

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Soon -- another stab in the back July 23, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Russia.

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Something to cheer him up July 24, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] C.I.O and A.F.of L. bicker while war waits. Work stoppage called treason. "Der Goot Vork still goes on -- Heil, Hitler!"

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Maybe this is the second front July 27, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "Let my little boy alone!" "Ha ha! This is the first laught I've had in ten years!"

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Spot's before his eyes July 28, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Public. Strikes.

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A terrible strain July 29, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Second front. Allied caution.

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Not the German way July 30, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Legal formality. Death penalty for saboteurs.

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Hunting for new taxes July 31, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Congress. Sales tax.

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Leave it to the coach Aug. 5, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "Go on -- take second!" "Hold it -- I'll tell you when to go!"

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Bait Aug. 7, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] War issue. Politics.

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Dangerous ground Aug.11, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Jap control. India.

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Why pick on him? Aug. 13, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "But what more can I do? You fellows are running the war!" Do you realize we're at war?

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Fanatic's dream Aug. 14, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Throne of the World--room for one only.

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Perpetual alarm clock Aug. 18, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Strike.

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News from Brooklyn Aug. 19, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] N.Y. State Democratic Convention. War.

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Thanks to the marines Aug. 20, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Solomons.

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Too big to hide Aug. 21, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Nazi casualty list in Russia. Censorship.

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Republican Commands Land in Forces Aug. 25, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Dewey. G.O.P.

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Old fable -- new label Aug. 26, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] I Need for second front.

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Let's not kid ourselves Aug. 27, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Scale of true values. Russian defense of Stalingrad.

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Reaching for the wrong weapon Aug. 28, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Inflation. Laws.

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Hitler's coming European conference Sept. 1, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "All in favor of der new Europe say 'aye.'" Europe.

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The Good Earth Sept. 2, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] China. Reconquered air bases for attack on Tokio.

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Labor day magic Sept. 4, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Congress. "Too late for laws to stop inflation."

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The dagger is pointing again Sept. 8, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "Where to -- Siberia or India?" Stab-in-the-back taxi.

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The wrong key Sept. 9, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] War cost. Administration.

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A sad reflection Sept. 10, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "Am I a man or a mouse?" New presidential powers.

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Picking a spot Sept. 11, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Second front. "Dot buzzing, buzzing, buzzing -- it gets on my nerves!"

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Wait till he see it all Sept. 14, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] U.S. war production.

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Getting it on its feet Sept. 15, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] War effort. Rubber problem.

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We're not duck hunting! Sept. 16, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "The Japanese will to conquest is utterly ruthless, utterly cruel, and utterly blind." -- Former Ambassador to Japan Jos. C. Grew Blindness.

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France's Ball and Chain Sept. 17, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Laval.

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Flunking his test Sept. 18, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Coming elections. Wage control.

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No time to lose Sept. 21, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Nevermind details -- metal is metal! Dump scrap metal here.

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Stalingrad's welcome Sept. 22, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Heil Hitler.

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His own music Sept. 23, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] New Deal Theme Song: "Labor Can Do No Wrong." Sour note petrillo.

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Ole man river Sept. 24, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Inflation. The rest of us.

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He's willing but helpless Sept. 28, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Leadership. "And I expected this to be a helping hand!"

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Modern Verdun Sept. 29, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Russian courage. Stalingrad.

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Ulysses and the Sirens Oct. 1, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Farm worker. Higher wages in war plants.

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Walking right by Oct. 5, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "This congress is the worst I ever saw." "Something ought to be done about it."

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"Protector" of conquered countries Oct. 6, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "This winter the Germans will be fed at the expense of the rest of Europe." -- Reich Marshal Hermann Goering Starvation.

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In bad shape Oct. 12, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "And I thought it was round!" Columbus.

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Will it happed again? Oct. 14, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Kaiser Wilhelm's peaceful old age. Hitler.

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Fog Oct. 29, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Unnecessary censorship. Truth.

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Good riddance Oct. 16, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] To scrap metal pile. "Alien Italians 99.80% loyal" -- FBI

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The moving hand of war Oct. 16, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Stalingrad. Guadalcanal.

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Superman Oct. 18, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Dear Emperor: As child, have been taught fanatical Japanese soldier always in great hurry to die for emperor and join noble… Aleutians.

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Temporary exemption Oct. 20, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Hot dog. Deferred on account of millions of dependents.

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Look who's talking! Oct. 21, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Death penalty for allied flyers for "inhuman" acts. Jap 5-year record of ruthless slaughter of Chinese women and children.

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Will he come up again? Oct. 26, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Prohibition.

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The stubbed toe Oct. 27, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Italy. Supply lines to Egypt.

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Blitzkrieg -- late 1942 Oct. 30, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "Rejoice, Fatherland! At a cost of only 4500 men we have captured a hallway in an abandoned factory on a side street in Stalingrad!" Goebbels.

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Hitler's Descent Oct. 2, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Speeches. Ultimate Defeat.

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A different story -- we hope Nov. 2, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Guadalcanal The Story of Bataan.

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The Latest Report -- but loud! Nov. 6, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Rommel.

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When doomsday's shadows fall Nov. 9, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] African rout. Russian reverses.

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Bound by unforgettable memories Nov. 12, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "We friends must stick together." The real French people.

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We hold the pincers now Nov. 13, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] US British Allies. Tunisia.

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Calling Hitler in all directions Nov. 16, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Defensive war. Tunisia.

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Contact Nov. 18, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "Our fleet is victorious -- we are now frimly implanted on Guadalcanal!" Guadalcanal.

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No shortage of man power here Nov. 19, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Washington D.C. Blotter.

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He can't reach it Nov. 20, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Heart of the French people. Laval.

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Every part is good Nov. 25, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Thanksgiving Turkey -- 1942. Good news from Italy.

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Out on two limbs Nov. 27, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "Friends" abandoned as Germans flee. "You, too!"

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Practically nothing Dec. 1, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Mussolini.

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Rationing is the mother of invention Dec. 2, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] How to enjoy your used-over coffee grounds. Genuine coffee fumes.

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Threatened Dec. 4, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] The American Way. $25,000 income limit.

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Wrought in the flame Dec. 7, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Unity.

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Pleasure travel Dec. 8, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "Sorry--no more room!"

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Put him to work, too Dec. 9, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] McNutt total man power control. Labor racketeer.

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Spotted! Dec. 11, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Eyes of American airforce. "Shh! I sneak up again on foolish unsuspecting Americans!"

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Changing German command Dec. 14, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] New generals report here, A. Hitler. Failure; ultimate defeat.

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Nazi bird of flight Dec. 15, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Rommel's running trunks.

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The Reluctant Dragon Dec. 16, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Japan. McArthur.

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Desert Scene Dec. 18, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Rommel. "Here he comes!" "There he goes!"

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Encore! Dec. 22, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Russian winter offensive. "Kiss me again, kiss me again."

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Inter-axis holiday greetings Dec. 23, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] My friend, I send you greetings, I love you, dear Ally, like a mongoose loves a cobra…

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Family Christmas Dec. 24, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Soldier eating dinner with photographs of family.

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New Year's Resolution Dec. 28, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Everybody is talking about helping everybody else to be a better person in this dizzy old world… Joe Average.

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Off to the front Dec. 29, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Canned goods rationed to supply armed forces. "Okay with us!"

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Leaking through Dec. 30, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Bad news. Goebbels' gags.

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Rolling on the right tires Dec. 31, 1942

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Attack. 1943.

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Same picture -- different title [Jan. 1, 1943?]

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[Additional text (excerpt):] England 1941. Germany 1942.

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Russian Rodeo Jan. 3, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Encirclement. Stalin.

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Remove that load Jan. 5, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Pay-as-you-go tax plan. Worry.

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Coming Congressional Attraction Jan. 7, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "We shall insist that any necessary laws which tax, regulate and regiment the American people shall come from their congreess and not from the bureacrats." -Representative Martin G.O.P.

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The open door Jan. 11, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "Wait a minute, boys -- that's the old way!" 29-day Governor Poletti.

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Nothing like the real thing Jan. 11, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "I feel better in my own hat and whiskers." Discarded New Deal.

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Almost all out Jan. 12, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Russia. Hitler getting kicked out of Russia.

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Temporary delay Jan. 12, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] US Land Forces Tunisia.

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The people are watching Jan. 13, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Will the senate retrieve the rubber stamp to okay pavingblock flynn? Appointment as Minister to Australia.

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War's skyline Jan. 15, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] US War Production. U-boat menace.

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In the corner pocket Jan. 18, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Russia. Caucasus.

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The great coal mystery Jan. 19, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "Coal strike--WLB--John L. Lewis--Higher wages--increased union dues--Wagner Act--Presidential order? The only thing that's clear to me is that I'm freezing to death!"

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Blocks in his pants Jan. 21, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Wrong Ed Flynn. Black satin pants of diplomacy.

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Above the law Jan. 22, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Don't laught at the sacred stone bull near the city of Mysore, India -- we have one just like it here!" Striker's immunity from penalty.

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Pin-up boys Jan. 24, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] 4th war loan.

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One sore spot Jan. 25, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Allies. U-boat menace.

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The squeeze play Jan. 26, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "Where do I go from here?" Tunisia.

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Did you ever see a dream walking? Jan. 27, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Treasury's own ideas, Morgenthau. Ruml plan, smooth going this way.

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Casablanca calling Jan. 28, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Unconditional surrender. "But I thought that was for them -- not us!"

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How right, Adolf! Jan. 29, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] 200,000 liquidated Germans. "The occupation of Stalingrad will become a gigantic success -- you can be of the firm convication that no human being will ever push us away from that spot." -Hitler, 1942

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Surprise Party Feb. 1, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Happy birthday to you! 10th Nazi Anniversary.

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Untouchable Feb. 4, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "I'm essential -- I'll collect from thousands of war workers." 'Vital War Work or Draft' McNutt.

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Congress ready to discard Zoot Suit Feb. 8, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "I guess I'm not the type for these trick clothes I'm wearing." Rule by executive degree.

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Steak of shoe rationing Feb. 9, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] One pair goes a long way in Russia! Stalin's Winter Campaign.

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The voice from the mound Feb. 10, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Jap propaganda. "We have withdrawn from Buna and Guadalcanal after our missions have been fulfilled. Our troops repelled strong enemy attacks and withdrew only to permit new strategy."

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Still gumming up the works Feb. 11, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Overseas supplies. U-boat menace.

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Benito to Adolf Feb. 15, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] No matter how we try to hide the truth we cannot duck it--a rumor keeps on coming up that you have kicked the bucket…

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Rolling up the rug Feb. 16, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] German Conquests in Russia.

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Paging Barnum and Bailey Feb. 17, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] The Henry Wallasaur. "There ain't no such animal!"

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Greeting to a gracious lady Feb. 18, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Mme. Chiang Kai-Shek.

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Cinderella Feb. 19, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "I knew it was yours all the time." Prince Joe Public.

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Carrying on Feb. 22, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] US pilot flying by Washington on Mt. Rushmore.

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"Bomb's bursting in air." Feb. 23, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Man holding US flag.

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Why argue about this? Feb. 25, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] No matter how some interpret Stalin's intentions, this still looks pretty good to most Americans. P.S. We are confident we can take care of ourselves now and after the war!

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No inflation here! Feb. 26, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Ach, diss iss der second time it's happened -- I vonder if I can get him up again! Rommel.

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The indispensable gun-mount Mar. 1, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] War effort. Food supply.

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Just a preliminary Mar. 3, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Flattening it out with the rolling pin before really starting to bake. Hitler's Europe.

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Stumped at last Mar. 5, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "Me stuck good -- can't find lie big enough to make this into Japanese victory." Japanese book of lies.

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Invited back to dinner Mar. 9, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] War effort. Over 38.

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"Not political -- just social." Mar. 10, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] President Frankling Roosevelt smoking.

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The act is flopping Mar. 11, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "Ach, vos iss los? He's not so qvick diss time!" Houdini Rommel, escape artist.

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Another government problem Mar. 15, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "With my expenses I can't save anything for income tax."

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Old faithful Mar. 17, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Lewis. Every hour on the hour the geyser of wrath.

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Reahing to the 4 corners of the earth Mar. 18, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Red cross with images of soldiers and war zones.

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The big pry Mar. 19, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Allies. Africa.

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Even the war can't excuse this Mar. 22, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Discouragement of individual achievement. Bureaucracy.

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After this trick -- what? Mar. 24, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Rommel. "How long can I keep on doing the impossible?"

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Our air force speaks Mar. 26, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "We won't give a damn whether the Germans know we're coming or not." -Major General Ira C. Eaker, Commander of our 8th Air Force

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And on top of it all! Mar. 29, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Natural war headaches. Lewis.

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Stretching the umbrella Mar. 30, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Allied attacks. Luftwaffe.

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Shining through Mar. 31, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Ruml plan. Political obstinacy.

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April fool! Apr. 1, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Unnecessary spending agencies. "This is the people's money and I'm going to protect every nickel of it!"

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Helping to solve the food problem Apr. 5, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Why not plant a victory gardens on some of those useless Washington desks?

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The end of Benito Apr. 7, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Rommel reported in Italy to assume command of all Italian forces. Caesar's wrath.

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Polluting the waters Apr. 8, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] U.S. production. U-boat toll.

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His last pair Apr. 9, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] His running shoes are worn out and his '17' coupon is gone! Rommel.

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Just a remainder Apr. 12, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Buy war bonds today.

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Snubbed Apr. 14, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Coming International Food Conference. "Let's hope the other three freedoms have better luck!"

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False security Apr. 15, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "Now I am safe -- der enemy iss locked out!" Conquered nations.

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Worse than Washington Apr. 16, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Housing note: living conditions in Tunisia are getting more cramped every day. Tunisia.

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Double-header Apr. 19, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Bureaucracy. "I'm going to educate you up to our high American standards."

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For he's a jolly good fellow? Apr. 20, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Hitler celebrates 54th birthday with all of his friends.

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Throwing out the first ball Apr. 21, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Allies. Rommel.

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When good neighbors get together Apr. 22, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Unity. FDR.

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Constantly before his eyes Apr. 23, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Avenge your pals. To Tokyo.

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Unbecoming Easter Bonnet Apr. 26, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Aleutians.

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He can't sleep it off Apr. 27, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Congressman, Spring recess. "I'll still be here when you wake up, buddy!"

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Substituting the personal pronoun Apr. 28, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] I, Lewis, U.S.

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Just a memory

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "Musta been painted awful thin-look how quick it faded!" No-strike pledge after Pearl Harbor.

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The dead-end kids May 3, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Tunisia.

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Isn't it about time? May 5, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "Come to order!" Law.

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"Hello!" May 6, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] House Defeat, Ruml Plan. Senate.

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Does this pit anybody you know? May 7, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] $5000 fine or year's imprisonment for causing strikes in plants operated by gov't.

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The breaking point May 11, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Invasion. Nazi power, Tunisia.

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No sale May 12, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "Wanna buy a nice new balloon from a kind old gentleman?" Franco peace feeler.

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Late hour at the White House May 13, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "I don't mind staying up late, Mister President--all right--scrambled eggs for you and Mister Churchill."

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Japan bends an anxious ear May 17, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Ear reaching from Japan to Capitol Hill.

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Going too far May 18, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Lewis. Lewis is stomping on Uncle Sam's American flag hat.

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What is there to hide, anyway? May 19, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Censorship. Hot springs food conference.

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Mussolini's Future May 21, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] We will not attempt to excuse the simplicity of this drawing--but if you can think of a blacker way to depcit Mussolini's black future let us know.

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Plowing up our victory garden May 27, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Allies. Constant bombings.

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Another dam cracking up May 28, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Opa. Inflation.

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It doesn't cover much Jun. 1, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Luftwaffe. "Mein Gott, how it has shrunk!"

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The viewpoint of King John L Jun. 2, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "I dub thee Sir Stooge of Boobonia."

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Chop sticks Jun. 3, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Latest Chinese rout of Jap troops. Confucious say "little man sometimes eat more than big man -- but, eventually, big man eat little man."

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Closer and closer Jun. 4, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Invasion. Italy.

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Better here than in your car Jun. 7, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "This is the least I can do to help." Civilian gas.

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Spotlight starting to spread Jun. 8, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Law. Employer finances, union finances.

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Scaring the worms out of their shells Jun. 9, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Superman myth. Imminent invasion.

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Stab in the back Jun. 11, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Three years. Musso.

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Trimming Hitler's right hand Jun. 14, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Allied war on submarines. U-boat menace.

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Wilting Jun. 15, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] German morale.

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Going nowhere Jun. 17, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Third German offensive. Russian air force.

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Washington rodeo

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Balled-up government agencies. Food problem.

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Stumped! Jun. 23, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "You told me where to invade -- now tell me where they're going to invade!" "No savvy."

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Oh, Judge, stop kidding! Jun. 24, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "I put you on parole until October thirty-first--but you must behave in the meantime!"

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The forgotten man Jun. 25, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Coal mine. "Throughout this whol emess I've cooperated completely with the government -- and now look at me!"

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Look what's in the ice box! Jun. 28, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] National food supply. Government incompetence.

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He's hot, too! Jun. 29, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Imminent invasion. "Dot fan don't help so good."

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Fourth of July message July 2, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] We hold these truths to be self evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights…

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Too far apart July 6, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Congress. FDR.

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It's different this time July 7, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Threat of Anglo-American invasion. Russia.

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His hat-check July 9, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Military conference room. Giraud welcome.

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The great what-is-it July 12, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "I wish they'd find out what this is -- so they could stop it!" Inflation.

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Speaking of eruptions July 13, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "This makes me look like a piker." Mt. Etna.

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Slicing the axis lemon July 14, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Success in Sicily.

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A letter to Hitler July 15, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Dear Adolf, I want to thank you for taking charge of the third offensive in Russia… Uncle Sam.

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Pulling the cork July 19, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Europe. Patriots of conquered countries.

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He knows better now! July 20, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "I'm safe here." Mussolini.

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Reception committee July 21, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "Forvard, Mein Italian freund! Ve vill vipe oudt der invaders!" "No spika da German."

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What else could they say? July 22, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] That meeting in Northern Italy. "Going down."

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Squeezing 'em out July 23, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Allies. Sicily.

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Revolving door July 26, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] To Moscow.

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Not entirely unwanted July 27, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Doom.

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The lid is still on July 28, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Italy. "Let them stew in their own juice." -Churchill

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Stamped out! July 29, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Italy. Facism.

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No hind legs to stand on Aug. 2, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Italy.

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In his hair Jul. 30, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Reported Italian peace moves.

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Italy's choice Aug. 4, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Capitulation. Annihilation.

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A voice their leaders can't ignore Aug. 5, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] The boot turns into a face. "We want peace."

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Coffin corners Aug. 6, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Sicily. Orel.

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Who said they can't hide? Aug. 9, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] When the war's over, Mussolini would never be found if he hid himself in a deserted bowling alley. Adolf could pass himself off as a tassel on an old-fashioned couch.

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Another silly decoration Aug. 10, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Hermann Goering. Reported transfer of Hitler's power to Goering.

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Question and answer Oct. 11, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Azis lies and rumors. Allied superior power.

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Always welcome Aug. 12, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] 6th war conference. "Vonder vot he's got in der grip diss time."

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Friday the Thirteenth Aug. 13, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Sicily. Kharkov.

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Weather report: full moon this week Aug. 16, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Berlin.

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Unraveling Aug. 17, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] German victories of 1941, 1942. Russia.

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Whittling Aug. 20, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Allies. "American combat planes are engaged in destroying the Luftwaffe fighter types." -Eddie Rickenbacker

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He's still the guy we're after Aug. 23, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Impending fall of Italy.

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Funeral cration Aug. 24, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Kharkov. Evacuated according to plan -- of no practical importance.

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Capital punishment Aug. 25, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Warsaw, London, Berlin.

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The whip strikes home Aug. 26, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Himmler. Hitler names Heinrich Himmler (Nazi persecutor of conquered peoples) as police dictator of Germany.

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Anglo-American prescription Aug. 27, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Quebac rat poison. Japs.

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Buried alive Aug. 30, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Meat supply. Government red tape.

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Right under his own bed! Sept. 2, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Marcus Island raid. Tokyo.

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For whom the bell tolls Sept. 3, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] German defeat. Russian blows.

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Encirclement! Sept. 8, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] 20,000 Japs trapped at Lae, New Guinea. MacArthur.

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Cooperation? Sept. 8, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Taxes, economy. "I'm willing to carry my load -- now you carry yours!"

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Strangle hold Sept. 9, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Italy's unconditional surrender. Allies.

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Cradle of Victory Sept. 13, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] 3rd war loan.

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Wired for sound Sept. 17, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Mussolini. "I again assume the supreme leadership of facism in Italy."

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Put on the pressure! Sept. 20, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Third war loan. You.

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Candle in the wind Sept. 21, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] German morale. Retreat in Russia, Salerno reversal, loss of Italian fleet, Italian seisure of Sardinia.

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Still life Sept. 22, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "Not an allied merchant vessel has been sunk by U-boats in North Atlantic for the last four months. Our supply of aircraft now exceeds Germany's by more than four to one." -- Churchill Power of Luftwaffe, U-boat campaign.

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The blanket is too short Sept. 24, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] German defense. Russia, Italy.

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Feeble attempt to light up darkness Sept. 29, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Russian crossing of Dnieder Riber. Drive on Kiev.

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Overflowing Oct. 1, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Nazi cup of bitterness. Naples.

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The tailor's at the door Oct. 4, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Wasted manpower in government jobs. Draft board.

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Two strikes! Oct. 5, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Next allied invasion. Russian front, Italian front.

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Traffic cop halts Russians Oct. 7, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Mud. Stop.

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Art collectors Oct. 11, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Nero Goering. Vandalism.

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The hand from within Oct. 12, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Balkans, back door to Germany. Revolt.

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Demanding attention Oct. 13, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "Don't be so affectionate!" Sales tax.

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The punching bag strikes back Oct. 14, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Italy. Declaration of war.

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His blue heaven Oct. 15, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] MacArthur's great victory at Rabaul. "Where is imperial janitor with divine shovel?"

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Another Jap trick Oct. 18, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Philippine Independence. Slavery.

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Medal of honor Oct. 19, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] 4 to 1: ratio of victories over enemy air forces.

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Will they be asked to play? Oct. 20, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] 4 Freedoms Sweet Melody Boys. Moscow Conference.

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Perpetual alarm clock Oct. 21, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Coal crisis. Lewis.

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Still a bad paper hanger Oct. 22, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Retreat. Retrocessive maneuver.

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Folding bed Oct. 25, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Dnieper Bend. German army.

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Donkey or elephant? Oct. 26, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Favorite political animal of 1944. Next Tuesday's elections.

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Stop kicking Oct. 28, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Defeat. Germany.

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Lay that pistol down, babe Oct. 29, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Pistol packin' inflation. Endless wage demands.

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Halloween crackup Nov. 1, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] MacArthur's surprise attacks. Jap air power.

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The restraining hand Nov. 2, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Aurelio. Voter.

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Look what happened! Nov. 4, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Presidential chair. Republican election sweep.

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The winner and undefeated champion Nov. 5, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Lewis. Ickes.

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Exposed! Nov. 6, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Hull's white paper. Adolf, Musso, Hirohito.

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Retreat according to plan Nov. 9, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Inflation. Administration, wage demands.

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All he's got left Nov. 10, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Insane speeches. Defeats on all fronts.

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Armistice Day Voices Nov. 11, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "Twenty-five years ago, Germany surrendered." "Italy went over to Allies."

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After a long, successful journey Nov. 12, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Cordell Hull. The nation's thanks.

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Coal situation Nov. 16, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Ickes cuts miners' lunch hour to fifteen minutes so he can give them 37.5 cents a day for extra work and greater output. Later: Miners get indigestion from quick lunch -- can't work -- output less -- and extra 37.5 cents used up in doctor bills!

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The warm-up Nov. 17, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Sinkings, Pacific Theatre. "If this is sideshow I hate to think what will happened when they make it main event."

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Human variations Nov. 19, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "Okay as long as it's moving in the right direction." Victory.

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Ready to pull the zipper Nov. 22, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Balkans. Turks' imminent entry into war.

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Off balance Nov. 23, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Control of South Pacific. Gilbert Islands.

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This Thanksgiving Nov. 24, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "Thanks for the army, the navy, the marines and the air force." The man at home.

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Forgotten Nov. 26, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] High wages. White collar class.

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Word from South Pacific Nov. 29, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] No Jap prisoners reported.

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After ten years' preparation! Nov. 30, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "Give us two or three days and we will retaliate for these barbarous air raids!" Goebbels.

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Look what stepped out! Dec. 7, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Mighty U.S. war machine. Pearl Harbor '41.

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Information, please Dec. 9, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] U.S. Office of War Information. "Hello, operator -- give me Berlin -- I want to find out what's going on in Europe."

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The last straw Dec. 10, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Turkey. Unrest in occupied countries.

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Germany's secret weapon Dec. 15, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Rocket shell fills with gas as Mussolini spouts speeches written by Joe Goebbels… P.S. It doesn't matter what happens to Mussolini becayse he looks terrible in thoses civilian clothes, anyway.

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Oh, yeah! Dec. 16, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Ickes rations anthracite for the home. "It is hard for the US to picture the extreme cold that confronts the Russians on the Kiev bulge."

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Hitler's first laugh in years Dec. 17, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "They have to drop thousands of tons of bombs on my railroads but I don't have to drop on on theirs -- ha ha ha" Strike to shut down U.S. railroads.

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In groups of four Dec. 21, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Moscow announces that first four war criminals, tried and convicted of atrocities, were executed at Kharkov. Hitler, Himmler, Goering, Goebbles.

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Mission to Main Street Dec. 22, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "Roosevelt went abroad to consult Joe Stalin -- I'm going home to consult Joe Doakes." 3 weeks' recess.

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"Readyour own sign, Mister." Dec. 23, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Look, Stop, Listen. R.R. strike threat.

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Ring around the earth Dec. 24, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] A merry Christmas to our boys all over the world.

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The year for the big squeeze Dec. 28, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] '44: Russian Front, Coming Invasion.

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Hey, your slip is showing! Dec. 30, 1943

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "Win the war." New Deal.

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Clearing the way Jan. 3, 1944

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Invasion coast. Allied bombings.

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Dropping out of the frame Jan. 4, 1944

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Russian territory. Old polish boarder.

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Getting ready to duck the bill Jan. 6, 1944

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Hotel Hitler. Rumania, Hungary, Bulgaria.

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Still tossing about Jan. 7, 1944

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Outbreak of the war. Russian complications.

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Where is the Japanese fleet? Jan. 9, 1944

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Our naval victory in the marshalls.

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Straight at the heart Jan. 11, 1944

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Heart of Jap Pacific Conquest. Luzon.

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Ostrichito Jan. 12, 1944

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Invasion of Luzon. Jap fleet.

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The neglected Battle [?] Jan. 14, 1944

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[Additional text (excerpt):] President's proposals. Generalizations on strikes, taxes, food, etc.

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Footprints in the snow Jan. 16, 1944

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[Additional text (excerpt):] 2,500,000 Russians. Berlin.

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Ripped out at last! Jan. 18, 1944

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Russia. Warsaw.

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Working Overtime Jan. 19, 1944

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Disunity. Rumor factory.

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Next! Jan. 20, 1944

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "Take off your clothes -- I want to examine you, too." Senate votes to make labor unions report finances.

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Feather-Bedding Jan. 24, 1944

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "So many men are assigned to one job they cannot even all squeeze into the place." -Senator Mead

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The act is cracking up Jan. 25, 1944

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Defense of Rome. Allied beachheads.

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Back where he belongs Jan. 26, 1944

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Argentina.

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A little clever palming Jan. 26, 1944

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Bolivian hand of friendship.

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Home on furlough Jan. 27, 1944

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Return of $27,000,000,000 unspent by army. "And I never expected to see you again!"

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Constantly with him Jan. 28, 1944

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Fear of reprisals. When Russians enter Germany.

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Getting closer Feb. 2, 1944

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Vast U.S. attack on marshalls. Tokyo.

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Shaping up Feb. 3, 1944

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Shattering bombings of Germany. Great Russian victories.

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Seeing through Lincoln's eyes Feb. 11, 1944

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German gun-sight Feb. 15, 1944

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Hospital.

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Editorials (Editorial cartoons: society and politics)
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More Jap inhumanity Feb. 16, 1944

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Food and medical supplies. To Private Joe Smith, Japanese Prison Camp.

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Relentless time Feb. 18, 1944

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Invasion.

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Editorials (Editorial cartoons: society and politics)
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A thought for today Feb. 25, 1944

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "The service here is terrible -- where is everybody!" Corporal Pete Miller, former waiter at Joe's, decorated for bravery in South Pacific.

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Unstrung necklace Mar. 2, 1944

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Admiralty Isles, Marshalls, Gilberts. Pacific Empire.

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The roots are still there Mar. 3, 1944

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Revolution, Nazi power. Argentina.

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News from home Mar. 6, 1944

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[Additional text (excerpt):] "Railroads using all facilities in great effort to rescue vacationers stranded in Florida…"

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New design Mar. 7, 1944

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[Additional text (excerpt):] Murder Inc. Chinese Report: Japs have organized a band of salaried gunmen at strategic points to kill American officers, especially fliers -- $15,000 for a captain -- $30,000 for a major -- $35,000 for a colonel or officer of higher rank.

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Editorials (Editorial cartoons: society and politics)
volume 1964.047 v.30--ffALB, folder 03

Adolf finds a friend Mar. 9, 1944 <