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    • Loony Bin

    • Firearms control; United States; Crimes; Firearms
    • Editorial cartoon by Ray Osrin of a large, padlocked box in the shape of the United States. There is a hand holding a gun sticking out of the New England area and the caption of the cartoon is "Loony Bin." The cartoon is signed and dated in the...
    • City Club Forum: Carl B. Stokes , Elmer G. Davis [audio]

    • City Club of Cleveland; Speeches, addresses, etc., American; Forums (Discussion and debate); Freedom of speech; Local government; Arms Control; Firearms; Laws and legislation; Cleveland (Ohio) -- History; Stokes, Carl B.; Davis, Elmer G.; City Club...
    • Elmer G. Davis debates attorney Carl B. Stokes on the sale and issue of firearms.
    • Go Ahead and Shoot

    • Democratic Party; Presidential elections; Robbery; Firearms; Criminals; Carter, Jimmy; Kennedy, Edward
    • Editorial cartoon by Ray Osrin of a robber pointing a gun at a donkey dressed in a suit. The donkey has his arms in the air. The robber is saying "Quick! Your life depends on it! Did you support Carter or Kennedy?" The donkey replies "Go,...
    • You Have An Admirer

    • Iran; Soviet Union; Restaurants; Firearms; Vodka
    • Editorial cartoon by Ray Osrin of an Iranian woman sitting at a table in a restaurant. On the table is a gun, two bullets and her purse. Seated at a another table is a bear with a bottle of vodka. The waiter is saying to the woman "You have an...
    • Ol' Blood 'n Guts

    • Iran; Khomeini, Ruhollah; Firearms
    • Editorial cartoon by Ray Osrin of Ayatollah Khomeini standing in front of a wall with a sign on it that reads "Arm for the love of Allah." He is wearing a belt full of bullets with two guns in holsters attached to it. The cartoon is signed in the...
    • grove41

    • Grove, Roy; Cartoons; Cartoonists; World War I; Soldiers; United States. Army. American Expeditionary Forces; Firearms; Bayonets
    • Roy Grove World War I cartoon depicting soldiers standing at attention and one with an officer poking the blade of his bayonet at the soldier's chest. Handwritten caption at the bottom of the drawing reads: "STICK OUT CHER CHEST--AN' QUICK ABOUT...
    • America's fighting men

    • Spanish-American War, 1898; soldiers; military organizations; firearms; rifles; tents; people
    • Five men pose in front of a tent and behind a pyramid of stacked muskets. Four of the men are in uniform. The man in the middle is not--his ill-fitting breeches held up by suspenders, a wrinkled striped shirt covering his upper torso, a...
    • Peace offering

    • Military organizations; Spanish-American War, 1898; people; Firearms
    • Two groups of soldiers face off over a trench. The men of Company M are to the left. They wear slouch hats and at least one of them carries a rifle. The men on the right side of the trench, possibly Cubans, wear light colored uniforms. One leans...
    • Checking out guns and ammunition to patrolmen

    • Glenville (Cleveland, Ohio); Glenville Shootout; Riots & demonstrations; Cleveland Police Department; Black militant groups; Radicalism; Firearms
    • "At Fifth District, guns and ammunition are checked out to waiting patrolmen."-- photo verso.
      The events surrounding the Glenville Shootout occurred from July 23, 1968 to July 28, 1968 in Cleveland's Glenville neighborhood. Beginning as a...

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