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    • Karl Kae Knecht Cartoon

    • Agriculture; Regional Affairs; Recreation;
    • Cartoon about tri-state fairs. The center of the cartoon depicts animals, crops, and foods which are exhibited at fairs by 4-H members. These include: corn, wheat, pumpkins, apples, jam, pickles, horses, cattle, chickens, rabbits, guinea pigs,...
    • The Invader. v. 1 n. 1-11 1942-1944

    • Evansville Shipyard.; Evansville Shipyard -- Employees -- Social life and customs -- Periodicals.; Shipyards -- Indiana -- Evansville -- Periodicals.; Shipbuilding -- Indiana -- Evansville -- Periodicals.; Shipbuilding industry -- Periodicals.;...
    • Karl Kae Knecht Cartoon

    • WWII; Weather;
    • A moving van labeled "August" is being packed. Public sweats while he sits on a doorstep in his undershirt and tells "August" he should be called "Adolph" because he made it blaze. A lit stove sits behind Public. A boy complains that school starts...
    • Karl Kae Knecht Cartoon

    • The Week; Local Affairs; Agriculture; Recreation; WWI
    • The Week. Mars closest to earth since 1924. Local fairs. "Evansville" dusts a chair to prepare for the visit of Louisiana farmers. A bee plays baseball. 25th anniversary of the start of World War I.
    • Karl Kae Knecht Cartoon

    • WWII; Home Front; Economy;
    • Cartoon encouraging the purchase of war stamps and bonds. The Revolutionary War-era minuteman who appeared on posters comes to life and urges people to use 10% of their income to purchase bonds. A pillar says that theaters and actors are leading...
    • Karl Kae Knecht Cartoon

    • Weather; Recreation; WWII;
    • "August" (a large man whose head is the sun) embraces "Public" who is sweating and holding a paper fan. The smoke from an exploding fire cracker labeled "July Report" says that the Japanese lost 1500 ships and 1300 planes in that month. At a county...
    • Karl Kae Knecht Cartoon

    • The Week; Civil War; Recreation; Industry; Education
    • "The Week" for August 28 through September 3rd, 1949. Indiana State Fair featuring horse racing. The 83rd and last meeting of the National G.A.R. taking place in Indianapolis. Several county fairs in the region. 90th year of oil production in the...
    • 1895 Evansville City Directory

    • Evansville (Ind.) -- Directories
    • 1895 Evansville City Directory published by Bennett & Co., with manager H. Thornton Bennett, Sr. In addition to residence, business and Vanderburgh County directories, it includes a city guide and information about local government, public...
    • Karl Kae Knecht Cartoon

    • Local Affairs;
    • Cartoon celebrating the 100th anniversary of the Evansville Courier. "Public" holds up a copy of the 38th issue of the newspaper (published August 19, 1845) and says that it "has served us well" and recorded many important events and changes. The...
    • Karl Kae Knecht Cartoon

    • Politics; National Affairs; Elections;
    • Two trains seem to be approaching an intersection, and (if they are) it's not to sure who will wait for the other: All Else, or Election Primaries? Election Primaries may be going past All Else, and now All Else may get on the track.
    • Karl Kae Knecht Cartoon

    • World Affairs; Politics; WWII
    • Stalin holds up a picture of himself, Attlee, and Truman taken at the Potsdam Conference in August, 1945. He is surrounded of pictures of himself and former leaders of Germany, the United States, Great Britain, and France. He is the only one who...
    • Karl Kae Knecht Cartoon

    • National Affairs; Politics; WWI; WWII;
    • "Congress" puts "Any Neutrality Bill" away in a pigeon hole. "Public" asks him to consider two newspapers which are laid out. One is from the first day of World War I, when the United States issued a proclamation of neutrality, the other is from...
    • Reitz 1998 High School Yearbook

    • Francis Joseph Reitz High School (Evansville, Ind.) -- Students -- Yearbooks; School yearbooks -- Indiana -- Evansville
    • The 1998 yearbook for Reitz High School includes individual portraits of the students, faculty, and staff. Candid and group pictures, along with short articles, illustrate activities at Reitz throughout the year, including sports, clubs, and...
    • Central 2005 High School Yearbook

    • Central High School (Evansville, Ind.) -- Students -- Yearbooks; School yearbooks -- Indiana -- Evansville
    • The 2005 yearbook for Central High School includes color portraits of the Seniors, and black & white photographs of the other grades, and the faculty and staff. Both candid and group pictures illustrate activities at Central throughout the year,...
    • Karl Kae Knecht Cartoon

    • Civil War
    • Cartoon about the Grand Army of the Republic (G.A.R.), an organization of Union veterans of the Civil War. It was founded in Indianapolis in 1866 and held an annual parade there for many years. The cartoon describes how fewer and fewer veterans...
    • Karl Kae Knecht Cartoon

    • Home Front; Genre Scene; Economy; National Affairs;
    • Top: Ickes and the OPA cut the amount of gasoline "A" books allow per month. Center: "Public" and Ickes discuss the fact that "Public" will no longer have enough gas to get to work; "Public" applies for more. Bottom: Ickes and the OPA Ration Board...
    • Karl Kae Knecht Cartoon

    • WWII;
    • Top: In June, Hitler leans over a balcony to paint a banner saying that the Nazis will get Stalin now. The crowd below cheers. Bottom: In August, Hitler reads a list of how many Russian soldiers and equipment the Germans have taken out. But the...


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