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    Jerry Doyle Political Cartoons (23) from World War II. Group of charcoal and ink political cartoons, circa 1933 to 1940, most measuring 15" x 17", with some slight variations, signed by the artist. The cartoons depict the ominous political climate leading up to the Second World War. Many depictions of Franklin D. Roosevelt, Adolf Hitler, and Josef Stalin.

    Jerry Doyle (1898-1986) was an American political editorial cartoonist who was employed at numerous prominent Philadelphia papers, including The Philadelphia Record, The Philadelphia Daily News, and The Philadelphia Inquirer. His best known works were about the Second World War and the New Deal. Doyle was a great supporter of Roosevelt, and took a hard position against Communism and Nazism. The cartoons offered here reflect this. His early criticism of international leaders such as Mussolini, Stalin, and Hitler make his cartoons some of the first of their kind in America. Amazing historical content pertaining to pre-war America and Europe. From the Estate of Malcolm S. Forbes.

    Condition: Range from good to fair, with some small areas of smudging.

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    Includes the following titles:


    The Party of the Second Part

    Down in Front

    Pal Joey

    The International Pie Eating Contest

    Quints Restored to Parents' Custody

    Peace, It's Wonderful

    Uncle Makes his Play

    The Apiary of Peace

    Just Another Guinea Pig

    We Never Thought We'd Live to See the Day

    The White Man's Burden


    Soviet Union

    An Austrian Paper Hanger and a Poor One at That - Cardinal Mundelein  

    Fair Play for Minorities  

    Shield in an Attempted Getaway

    Contemplating Murder and Suicide

    Give Us This Day Our Daily Bread  

    The Last Man Club

    For Us?

    Happy New Year

    The Trigger Man Calls Again

    The Boy Who Asked for More

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