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cartoon by Vic Runtz; Two men sit in a train car. One is wearing a train engineer's uniform, the other one is wearing a train conductor's uniform. The two men together are labeled "Railroad operating unions" A robot labeled "Automation" wears a conductor's cap and walks down the aisle between the seats of the train car. The robot says "End of line - all change!" A cat peers down from the overhead luggage rack.
12 July 1963
From the AAEC Editorial Cartoon Collection; Cartoon by Vic Runtz. Much of the facade of a building labeled "Acknowledgment of God in public schools" has been blocked by a large barrier labeled "Supreme Court decision on Bible reading, prayer." One entrance into the school remains open, labeled "Silent meditation." A smiling school boy with books in hand walks toward the door and gestures toward it. Runtz's signature cat walks behind the boy and smiles. The cartoon caption reads, "One door still unblocked."
12 September 1963
From the AAEC Editorial Cartoon Collection. Cartoon by Vic Rintz. A moth with stars on the forewings and stripes on the hindwings has flown very close to the flame of a tall candle and has been singed. The light field radiating from the candle has these words: "Self-indulgence; Extremism; Lawlessness; Fear; Distrust; Hatred; Moral laxity." Runtz's signature cat is in the bottom left, covering its eyes with its paws. The words "After death of Kennedy" are written in the upper left margin of the cartoon. The cartoon caption reads, "Singed, sadder--and wiser?"
30 November 1963
From the Citizens' Council / Civil Rights Collection. A pamphlet titled "The Citizens' Council: A History" containing an address by Robert B. Patterson, Secretary of the Citizens' Councils of America and Executive Secretary of the Association of Citizens' Councils of Mississippi, given at the Annual Leadership Conference of the Citizens' Council of America held in Jackson, Mississippi on October 26, 1963.
26 October 1963
From the Herbert Randall Photograph Collection. Black and white photograph of a woman's exposed breasts with a blanket covering the rest of her body.
From the Herbert Randall Photograph Collection. Black and white photograph of a large structure with a stained glass window depicting Jesus Christ. Photographed from outside, the sun can be seen through clouds in the upper left corner and a child in dress clothes walking down steps on the bottom left of the image.
From the Herbert Randall Photograph Collection. Black and white photograph of five unidentified people playing in the waters of the shoreline on an island in Bermuda. Two people are standing, one is sitting with a swimming hair cap on and a beach ball, and two small children sitting in the water in the bottom right of the photo.
From the Herbert Randall Photograph Collection. Black and white photograph of a child at the beach in Bermuda. The shadows in the picture are accentuate by the black and white film.
From the Norman Bridwell Papers.; An original pencil illustration from Norman Bridwell's Clifford the Big Red Dog; 8 1/2 x 12
From the Scott Corbett Papers.; An original diagram/sketch of an automobile used in Scott Corbett's What Makes A Car Go? (1963); 8 1/2 x 11
From the Ezra Jack Keats Papers; Caldecott Medal awarded to Ezra Jack Keats.
From the Ezra Jack Keats Papers.; Telegram regarding decorated briefs created by friend for Keats to wear to the Caldecott banquet.
15 July 1963
From the Ezra Jack Keats Papers; Decorated briefs created by friend for Keats to wear to the Caldecott banquet.
From the Ezra Jack Keats Papers.; Decorated T shirt created by friend for Keats to wear to the Caldecott banquet. Shirt reads, "Caldecott '63 Ars Longa Vita Brevis Ave Keats."
From the Ezra Jack Keats Papers; typescript and manuscript of Caldecott acceptance speech.
From the Ezra Jack Keats Papers.; Letter to Miss Crittenden from Langston Hughes.
18 February 1963
From the Ezra Jack Keats Papers.; Photograph taken at the Caldecott Banquet.
15 July 1963
From the Ezra Jack Keats Papers.; Program for the banquet honoring Newberry winner, Madeleine L'Engle (A Wrinkle in Time) and Caldecott winner, Ezra Jack Keats (The Snowy Day.)
15 July 1963