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    • Servel Inklings. v. 11-12 1944-1945

    • Servel, Inc. -- Periodicals.; Servel, Inc. -- Employees -- Social life and customs -- Periodicals.; Refrigerator industry -- Indiana -- Evansville -- Periodicals.; Manufacturing industries -- Indiana -- Evansville -- Periodicals.; Air conditioning...
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    • Karl Kae Knecht Cartoon

    • Home Front; National Affairs; Politics; Economy
    • This cartoon has four panels. In the top left, a young man in a sweater and a young woman in a blouse, skirt, and with a bow in her hair, are visible from the back. Both carry books under one arm. The are facing a blackboard with a large sign on...
    • Karl Kae Knecht Cartoon

    • Foreign Relations; World Affairs; Politics;
    • Khrushchev and Dulles stand on opposite sides of a table and point their fingers at one another. "Syria", a small man in a robe, stands in front of Khrushchev and points his finger at "Turkey", a short man in a suit and tie who is standing in front...
    • Karl Kae Knecht Cartoon

    • Cold War; World Affairs; Genre Scene;
    • Uncle Sam, John Bull, Macmillan, Khrushchev, and three other men are gathered around a table labeled "Disarmament Commission". Uncle Sam pounds his fist on the table and tells Khrushchev that he can leave, if he refuses to cooperate with the United...
    • 1876 Evansville City Directory

    • Evansville (Ind.) -- Directories
    • 1876 Evansville City Directory published by Williams & Co., Proprietors, with manager H. Thornton Bennett. In addition to both residence and business directories, it includes a city guide and information about local government, public institutions,...
    • Karl Kae Knecht Cartoon

    • Art Institute of Chicago Works; Genre Scene
    • A mother sitting at the dinner table holding a baby while one child buries their head into her apron, and another tugs at her hand. The oldest daughter is at the other end of the table with her head buried in her arm. The cupboard behind them is...
    • Karl Kae Knecht Cartoon

    • WWII; World Affairs; Politics; WWI; Disasters; Foreign Relations;
    • Top: Uncle Sam and Kaiser Wilhelm II sit at a table with a huge stack of papers between them, representing the countries' correspondence about the sinking of commercial ships and whether this would lead to America's entry into the war. Bottom:...
    • Karl Kae Knecht Cartoon

    • Recreation;
    • A man wearing trousers, a suit vest, and a dress shirt looks out at the reader. A huge newspaper sits on a round table, resting against a lamp, with the front page clearly visible. It features a story about Lou Gehrig. Two books are also laying on...
    • Karl Kae Knecht Cartoon

    • WWII; World Affairs;
    • Hitler is sitting in a chair next to a table full of dishes and bottles representing countries he has conquered or has an interest in. Hitler is turned away from the table. He has scalded one hand in "Africa" (a pot of boiling water on the stove)...
    • Karl Kae Knecht Cartoon

    • Politics; World Affairs; Economy
    • Morgenthau and Uncle Sam prepare for a meeting of world leaders to discuss post-war currency stabilization. Morgenthau says that 10 of the 37 invitees have agreed to come. On the wall behind the table is a sign listing several forms of currency,...
    • Karl Kae Knecht Cartoon

    • Local Affairs; Politics;
    • Cartoon about Evansville's financial situation and the fact that people living inside Vanderburgh County but outside Evansville benefit from their proximity to the city but don't help pay for the city's services and amenities. A man "Present Areas"...
    • Karl Kae Knecht Cartoon

    • Politics; National Affairs; Prohibition; Elections
    • A large pitcher, labeled "Prohibition Party" and decorated with the outline of Indiana, sits on a table, "National Convention". A large person behind the pitcher slams his fist on the table, knocking over a glass or liquid. "Public", small in...
    • Karl Kae Knecht Cartoon

    • Cold War; Foreign Relations; World Affairs;
    • On the left side of the cartoon, John Bull, Uncle Sam, and two other men sit around a table labeled "London Disarmament Talks". There is an empty seat at the table, which has just been vacated by Zorin. Zorin is preparing to leave, holding a...
    • Karl Kae Knecht Cartoon

    • Local Affairs; Geography;
    • A map of the Evansville area hangs on a wall in the background. Areas surrounding the city which have been proposed for annexation are shaded in. "Public", Knecht's Everyman character, stands at a table in front of the map. Uncle Sam holds a stack...
    • Servel Inklings. v. 15 1948

    • Servel, Inc. -- Periodicals.; Servel, Inc. -- Employees -- Social life and customs -- Periodicals.; Refrigerator industry -- Indiana -- Evansville -- Periodicals.; Manufacturing industries -- Indiana -- Evansville -- Periodicals.; Air conditioning...
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    • Karl Kae Knecht Cartoon

    • Foreign Relations; Genre Scene;
    • Gromyko, Macmillan, and de Gaulle (left to right) sit on one side of a table labeled "Conference of the Big Four". They represent Russia, Britain, and France, respectively, at the conference. There is an empty chair pushed under the table across...

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