Subject Source: Art & Architecture ThesaurusScope Note: Cartoons which act as visual satire, combining exaggerated caricature with political statements. The form became popular in French graphic art during the 19th century, particularly with artist Honoré Daumier.
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Unprocessed Material — Flat_box Archival Oversized Box S 5, Oversize_Folder(Within_an_OSBox): 1/1
Collection — Box BW 35, Folder: 1
Identifier: MSS 16553
Content Description This collection contains a private collection of approximately one hundred cartoons and caricatures of World War I propaganda that were cut out of magazines and pasted in a blank book. Most of the cartoons are written in German, but some are in Hungarian. Many are printed in color, but there are privately printed carbon copies too. Included in the front few pages is a folded poster titled "Humorist. Darstellung der Wappen unserer Feinde 1914" [Humorist. Depiction of the coats of...
Dates: c. 1914-1918
Unprocessed Material — Flat_box Archival Oversized Box L 4, Oversize_Folder(Within_an_OSBox): 1/1
Dates: 1943 - 1963
Unprocessed Material — Multiple Containers
Unprocessed Material — Folder ViU2023-0126_001: [Barcode: X032762282]
Unprocessed Material — Oversize_flat_file_folder ViU2023-0116_001: [Barcode: X032762376]
Identifier: MSS 16420
Scope and Contents Note The Randy Pendleton papers (1967-2000; 0.04 cubic feet) documents Pendleton's work as a journalist. The collection contains three pieces of ephemera: a Klan business card handed to Pendleton, who was in Birmingham at a Klan convention as a representative of UPI, 1967 or 1968; a press releases handed out at the announcement of Norman Mailer's candidacy for Mayor of New York City dated May 1, 1969 with hand-edits by Pendleton based on Mailer’s speech; a “Sore Loserman” sign handed out outside...
Dates: 1967 - 2000
Dates: Majority of material found within 1963-1972