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    • Karl Kae Knecht Cartoon

    • Politics; World Affairs; WWII; Geography
    • An image of Hitler pushing food into his open mouth with his thumb, labeled with the names of European countries so that Germany is eating Czechoslovakia. In the side margin there is a sketch of male genitalia.
    • Karl Kae Knecht Cartoon

    • Circuses; National Affairs; Elections; Politics;
    • A cartoon of Adlai and Estes conveying an image of Uncle Sam being disheveled and worn down. The Public looks on in wonder and dismay, and behind him is Uncle Sam in front of a mirror (without tattered clothes) looking over his shoulder at the...
    • Karl Kae Knecht Cartoon

    • Memorial; Health and Wellness
    • An image of Prosper Bomm with the dates of his birth and death appear in a drugstore window. A glass bottle and a mortar and pestle also sit in the window. The elephant holds a memorial wreath behind his back.
    • Karl Kae Knecht Cartoon

    • Regional Affairs; Politics; Agriculture; Weather; Disasters
    • Governor Schricker pounds his fist on a table labeled "St. Louis Meeting" and tells Head of Food Production Townshend to cut the red tape and let flood-stricken states have farm machinery and labor. Schricker points through the window at a farmer...
    • Karl Kae Knecht Cartoon

    • Politics; Local Affairs; World Affairs;
    • Mayor Hartke drives a homemade fire engine down a bumpy, rocky road. A man labeled "Hartke's City-County Machine" rides on the back of the fire engine and is hit in the head by the hose nozzle as the engine bounces along. Hartke says that he is...
    • Karl Kae Knecht Cartoon

    • Politics; WWII; World Affairs;
    • A translucent, ghostly image of Abraham Lincoln puts his hands on the shoulders of Franklin Roosevelt. Roosevelt is sitting at a desk with a stack of papers in front of him. The top paper has "World War Singapore" written on it.
    • Karl Kae Knecht Cartoon

    • Recreation; World Affairs; Aviation;
    • A man reading a newspaper comments on how the air derby race is one that he'd want to follow daily. There is a map showing the route the fliers will be taking.
    • North 1994 High School Yearbook

    • North High School (Evansville, Ind.) -- Students -- Yearbooks; School yearbooks -- Indiana -- Evansville
    • The 1994 yearbook for North High School includes individual portraits of each student, and of the faculty and staff. Both candid and group pictures, as well as short articles, detail activities at North throughout the year, including sports,...
    • Karl Kae Knecht Cartoon

    • National Affairs; Politics; Labor;
    • Four men are holding a rope with the word ""Strikes"" written on a tag that is tied to the rope. One of the men has ""Lewis"" written on his sleeve. The rope is tied around Uncle Sam and smoke from fires are blowing in his face. In the bottom right...
    • Karl Kae Knecht Cartoon

    • Charity; Holidays;
    • Santa Claus points to a list (missing) of places at which one can donate to the Courier's Annual Christmas Party for Poor Children. He holds up a can for donations. Above the can is the image of a child's smiling face.
    • Karl Kae Knecht Cartoon

    • Education; Local Affairs;
    • A centennial celebration program for Wheeler School, founded in 1855. The cartoon is "drawn" on a blackboard. An empty square is in the middle where an image of the original would be placed. On the right is a column of dates and corresponding names...
    • Karl Kae Knecht Cartoon

    • Civil War; Holidays;
    • In the middle of the cartoon is a blank place for an image of the 40 living Civil War veterans in 8 nearby counties in 1935. 20 years later, none are now living, and the man on the left comments how they used to call it "Decoration Day", but now...
    • Karl Kae Knecht Cartoon

    • Holidays; Genre Scene
    • A man wonders how he is going to get his small Christmas tree in his house without his kids noticing. Another man shouts at him and asks how he'd like to get his in. Knecht's elephant wonders why they don't ask him to help.
    • Karl Kae Knecht Cartoon

    • Economy; Company Sketches; Local Affairs;
    • A cartoon (possibly) celebrating the opening of the new Mead Johnson terminal on the Ohio River. A shirtless man holds something with the words "Powerful - modern facilities for handling shipments by river and rail." and E. Mead Johnson's image is...
    • Servel News. v. 3 1944

    • Servel, Inc. -- Periodicals.; Refrigerator industry -- Indiana -- Evansville -- Periodicals.; Manufacturing industries -- Indiana -- Evansville -- Periodicals.; Air conditioning equipment industry -- Indiana -- Evansville -- Periodicals.;...
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    • Karl Kae Knecht Cartoon

    • Public Service Announcements; Holidays; Education;
    • A cartoon about Flag Day. Knecht has included the original American flag, and an image of the third oldest. He also includes various information about hanging and handling the flag. It is also "Kay day" at Mesker zoo.

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