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Cartoons
 

Cartoons appeared in much of the print material. The following cartoons are from The American Issue. Many were drawn by Russell Henderson. Additions to this collection will continue.

 
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  LIQUOR OCTOPUS American Issue January 4, 1919
  GOLIATH'S PRIDE American Issue January 4, 1919
  LIQUOR COOTIES American Issue January 11, 1919
  MY BEST FRIEND POISONED American Issue January 11, 1919
  NEW YORK TIMES CARTOONS American Issue February 1, 1919
  NEW YORK LOVES COUNTRY MORE American Issue February 8, 1919
  VINEYARD CARTOON American Issue March 8, 1919
  HOWLING AT THE MOON American Issue March 15, 1919
  RATIFICATION TRAIN American Issue January 25, 1919
  HIS NEW MOUNT American Issue January 25, 1919
  THE WORLD AND MISS PROHIBITION American Issue
  OUR WORK ON THE BIG DRAIN DITCH American Issue
   
 
 
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