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In Collection: AAEC Editorial Cartoons Digital Collection



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From the AAEC Editorial Cartoon Collection. Cartoon by Jim Lange. The head and front quarters of a large bear, marked with the hammer and sickle symbol and labeled "Soviet aggression," is shown at the right side of the cartoon. The bear is looking eagerly at the word "AnGOla." The cartoon caption reads, "Green light for the Red bear."

From the AAEC Editorial Cartoon Collection. Cartoon by Jim Lange. A small fish with a human head is shown asleep in the water. A larger fish labeled "Gov't control" is behind the fish with its mouth open and an eager expression, and is about to eat the smaller fish. A still larger fish labeled "Socialism" is behind the second fish and has its mouth open ready to bite. Its expression is more menacing than that of the second fish. A fourth fish (whale?), even larger, with a hammer and sickle symbol and a ferocious expression, is behind the third fish, and its mouth is also open ready to bite. The cartoon caption reads, "Asleep in the deep."

From the AAEC Editorial Cartoon Collection. Cartoon by Jim Lange. At the left edge of the cartoon is seen only the bare leg of a streaker, with words nearby: "The boy in college." On the right side is a man with a dismayed expression wearing only a wooden barrel with shoulder straps and shoes. He is labeled, "The father of the boy in college." The cartoon caption reads, "Like father like son."

From the AAEC Editorial Cartoon Collection. Cartoon by Jim Lange. Richard Nixon is shown as Charlie Brown, the Peanuts cartoon character, who has been flying a kite. He is jumping in alarm at the sight of his kite, labeled "SST," crashing to the ground right in front of him. The cartoon caption reads, "Stupid kite!!" Cartoonist Lange added "...with apologies to 'Peanuts' " above his signature.

From the AAEC Editorial Cartoon Collection. Cartoon by Jim Lange. This cartoon has two parts. In the top half, a rocket stands ready to launch. Nearby is a dot labeled: "Common cold bug (highly magnified)." The dot is sneezing. In the bottom half, the dot remains but the rocket is falling over. The cartoon caption reads, "David and Goliath."

From the AAEC Editorial Cartoon Collection. Cartoon by Jim Lange. A pirate is sitting on a treasure chest on an island, and a second island is on the horizon across a body of water. The pirate is pointing at a passenger jet flying overhead and his body movement indicates surprise. The plane is shown making a U-turn, and the words "Head for Havana!" are nearby. The cartoon caption reads, "Yo! Ho! Ho! And a bottle of rum!"

From the AAEC Editorial Cartoon Collection; Cartoon by Jim Lange. An elephant (drawn as a man) is labeled "Okla. G.O.P." [Oklahoma] and is holding a sign that reads, "Welcome Spiro!" Hearts surround the elephant's head. In the background is an airport hanger labeled, "Tulsa Airport." The cartoon caption reads, "The Agnew and the ecstasy!"

From the AAEC Editorial Cartoon Collection. Cartoon by Jim Lange. A car is shown being driven along a road with a speed limit sign of "55 mph" and pleasant scenery on either side. Passengers are saying: "Hey! I think Isaw a deer...Just look at those beautiful red buds...Aren't those yellow flowers crocuses?...Gee what a pretty farm...Listen to that meadowlark." The cartoon caption reads, "The discovery of the 'new' world."

From the AAEC Editorial Cartoon Collection; Cartoon by Jim Lange. President Jimmy Carter is shown wearing a coon skin cap and holding his hands behind his back. Carter is smiling at a large bear that is facing him. The bear is standing on its back legs and has a question mark over its head. A man looks on from the background and also has a question mark over his head. The man says, "Well, Davy Crockett did it!" The cartoon caption reads, "Going to grin the bear to death?"

From the AAEC Editorial Cartoon Collection; Cartoon by Dennis Renault. An elephant is tied to a bed labeled "Watergate," one leg to each bedpost. Gerald Ford, dressed in robes of a priest, is kneeling beside the bed with hands folded in prayer. Richard Nixon stands behind Ford speaking into a megaphone and holding a clapboard slate labeled, "The GOP exorcist" in the other hand. The bed is surrounded by motion picture lighting equipment and a camera, and a boom microphone is suspended above the elephant's head. The elephant appears disoriented (drunk?) and bubbles rise from its head.

From the AAEC Editorial Cartoon Collection. Cartoon by Dennis Renault. Uncle Sam is portrayed as a drunken man sitting on a Washington DC sidewalk leaning against a building. A street light shines nearby, and the Capitol dome can be seen in the background. Uncle Sam holds a wine bottle labeled Angola, from which he has been drinking. Empty bottles are scattered around him, some of which are labeled "Chile, Vietnam, Cambodia." The cartoon caption reads "I can't (hic!) seem to leave the (hic!) stuff alone!"

From the AAEC Editorial Cartoon Collection; Cartoon by Dennis Renault. The Statue of Liberty is shown very pregnant. Her abdomen is labeled, "Equal rights amendment."

From the AAEC Editorial Cartoon Collection. Cartoon by S.C. Rawls (Scrawls). President Gerald Ford is standing beside a wrecked race car numbered "76" and labeled "Ford special." He is wearing a racing suit with state patches on it. He is talking to one of four men dressed as cowboys standing around the car. Their shirts say "Ford pit crew." Other cars are racing around the track, and the grandstand is labeled, "North Carolina primary." Ford says, "I don't understand. I was honkin' right along, when suddenly the California driver ran me into the retaining wall."

cartoon by Richard Wallmeyer; Vice President Spiro T. Agnew is featured on the face of a watch. The crystal of the watch is cracked, and one of the wheels has been knocked loose. With one hand Agnew points with his index finger to the ten space, and with his other hand his index and middle fingers form a "V".

From the AAEC Editorial Cartoon Collection; Cartoon by Richard Wallmeyer. An elephant dressed as Julius Caesar, with toga and laurel wreath, holds a clump of grapes in one hand. In his other hand is a grape he is about to eat. Behind the elephant is a slim man in a cloak that conceals most of his face. The man says to the elephant, "Beware the ITTs of March."

cartoon by Richard Wallmeyer; A statue of a seated, meditating Buddha labeled "Cambodia" sits upon a stone slab. Two lengths of barbed wire are suspended in front of the statue. One of the barbs on the wire is shaped like a hammer and sickle.

cartoon by Richard Wallmeyer; A dove sits in a nest and holds an olive branch in its beak. The nest is situated in the mouth of the barrel of a tank gun. The tank is labeled "Middle East".

cartoon by Richard Wallmeyer; It is night time in a leafless forest. A witch labeled "Revolution" stands in the doorway of a gingerbread house nestled within the trees. With a crooked finger she beckons a boy and a girl to come into the house. The long-haired girl wears a fringed poncho and knee high boots. The shaggy-haired boy wears a black shirt and bell-bottoms and carries a picket sign that reads "Peaceful dissent".

cartoon by Richard Wallmeyer; Two cans of pesticide are reading a newspaper that warns,"New Pesticide Warnings, U.S. Commission Cites Hazard To Plant Oxygen Production."

cartoon by Richard Wallmeyer; An Academy Award (Oscar) statue is shown wearing a barrel labeled "taxpayers."

From the AAEC Editorial Cartoon Collection. Cartoon by Richard Wallmeyer. An adult American bald eagle labeled "U.S." is sitting in its nest, which is built at the top of a mountain crag. The eagle is watching its young, a small soldier labeled "South Vietnam" as the fledgling flaps his arms in preparation for flying for the first time. The cartoon caption reads, "The fledgling."

From the AAEC Editorial Cartoon Collection; Cartoon by Richard Wallmeyer. A spacecraft in the shape of a cash register is flying toward the moon. The words "Food prices" are displayed on the register keys. A man and woman are shown standing in the portion of the register where the numbers would otherwise be seen; they are looking toward the moon. The cash register's feet are drawn to resemble the feet of a lunar landing vehicle.

cartoon by Richard Wallmeyer; A pencil, eraser, book, and apple are sitting on a desk. The apple, labeled "schools," has a worm labeled "drug traffic" coming out of it.

From the AAEC Editorial Cartoon Collection; Cartoon by Richard Wallmeyer. The moon is shown shaped like a cradle, which is rocking, and is labeled "The interplanetary age." Also shown are the earth and four other planets, including Saturn (with rings). The cartoon caption reads, "Seismic device left on moon detects motion...news item."

From the AAEC Editorial Cartoon Collection. Cartoon by Richard Wallmeyer. Richard Nixon and Leonid Brezhnev are pushing baby carriages. Inside each carriage under a blanket is a missile. Nixon asks, "How do you feel about family planning?"

From the AAEC Editorial Cartoon Collection; Cartoon by Craig Macintosh. An elephant wearing sunglasses is carrying a suitcase labeled, "Miami Beach or bust." Under his other arm, he is carrying a telephone pole labeled, "ITT."

From the AAEC Editorial Cartoon Collection. Cartoon by Craig Macintosh. Near a telephone pole with many wires, a large bird with attorney general John Mitchell's head is sitting on a telephone wire with earphones on. The phones are linked to the telephone line. A sign that reads, "Warning!! Burden of proof of wiretapping by Justice Dept. now up to all defendants: Organized Crime Control Act of 1970."

From the AAEC Editorial Cartoon Collection. Cartoon by Craig Macintosh. Richard Nixon is shown as Superman, with a large "N" on his chest. He is standing on railroad tracks blocking the movement of a train labeled "Nationwide rail strike."

From the AAEC Editorial Cartoon Collection. Cartoon by Craig Macintosh. The Grim Reaper is shown plowing the ground, labeled "East Pakistan," with oxen.

From the AAEC Editorial Cartoon Collection. Cartoon by Ed Valtman. The countries of Southeast Asia -- South Vietnam, North Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, and Thailand -- are outlined on the globe. Richard Nixon is behind the globe, crouched down, and looking at Southeast Asia from the corner of his eyes. The cartoon caption reads, "Low profile foreign policy."

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