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From the Ezra Jack Keats Papers. A dummy book for "Hi, Cat!" by Ezra Jack Keats.
From the Mississippiana and Rare Books Collection. A collection of recipes complied by the Faith Assembly of God of Pearl, Mississippi. Recipes include appetizers and beverages; breads; cakes and frostings; cookies, bars, and candy; meats and casseroles; pies and desserts; salads and salad dressings; this and that; and vegetables.
From the Mississippiana and Rare Books Collection. A cook book compiled by the Hattiesburg Jaycettes. The book contains various recipes as well as meat charts.
From the Mississippiana and Rare Books Collection. A cook book compiled by an unnamed committee from Moss Point, Mississippi.
From the Mississippiana and Rare Books Collection. A cook book compiled by the St. Richard Catholic Church in Jackson, Mississippi. The book includes recipes for appetizers, breads, main dishes, vegetables, salads, dressings, sauces, desserts, and beverages.
From the Mississippiana and Rare Books Collection. A cook book titled "Prize Recipes of Vicksburg" compiled by the Ladies Auxiliary of the Knights of Columbus 898 in Vicksburg, Mississippi. Published by Women's Clubs Publishing Co, Inc. in Chicago, IL.
From the Mississippiana and Rare Books Collection. A cook book titled "Recipes of the Methodist Church" compiled by the Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist Church in Laurel, Mississippi. Item was published by Continental Publishing Company in Mission, Kansas.
From the Tana Hoban Papers. A black and white photograph of a young girl wearing a cardboard box on her head.
From the AAEC Editorial Cartoon Collection. Cartoon by Jon Kennedy. A huge boxer labeled "Organized crime" sits in an armchair. The robe he wears is trimmed in fabric printed with U.S. dollar bills. A man stands next to the chair and gestures over his shoulder toward a doorway where Richard Nixon stands, dressed and ready to fight. Behind Nixon is a boxing ring. The cartoon caption reads, "Another challenger, boss."
cartoon by Allen Johnson; A distinguished looking man sits in a plush chair behind a desk. A second man has pulled up to the desk and offers the first man a cigarette, which he declines. Behind the desk is a huge window that looks onto a series of smoke stacks that belch out thick, dark smoke.
1 August 1970
From the AAEC Editorial Cartoon Collection. Cartoon by Reg Manning. Uncle Sam holds a piece of paper labeled "U.S. Mideast peace plan." From left and right, he is being slapped in the face by two hands at once. On one side, the arm is labeled "Arabs" and the slap is labeled "U.S. is pro-Israel." On the other side, the arm is labeled "Israel" and the slap is labeled "U.S. is currying favor with Arabs." The cartoon caption reads, "To get both sides slapped nowadays you don't even have to turn the other cheek!"
1 January 1970
From the AAEC Editorial Cartoon Collection. Cartoon by Reg Manning. A university student labeled "Vast majority of students" holds a book labeled, "Devoted to learning." At his feet is the small figure of a hippie labeled "Loud-mouth militant students" who is yelling and carrying a sign that reads, "Burn and destroy." Beside the student is an older man labeled "Great majority of faculty" who is holding a book labeled, "Devoted to educating." At the man's feet is the small figure of a man labeled, "Loud-mouth dissident professors" who is yelling and holding a sign that reads, "Headlines." The student says to the professor, "You'd never know I was in the university. He gets all the attention" (gesturing toward the hippie). The professor says, "I know how you feel, son."
27 April 1970
From the AAEC Editorial Cartoon Collection. Cartoon by Reg Manning. A large cat stands on its back legs, and its body is wrapped in a scroll of paper labeled "Congressional spending." The cat is laughing wildly and looking down at a tiny young chicken labeled with a dollar sign and the words, "President's budgeted surplus." The chick is looking up at the cat with a surprised or fearful expression. The cartoon caption reads, "I t'ought I taw a putty cat."
12 February 1970
From the AAEC Editorial Cartoon Collection; Cartoon by Reg Manning. The giant leg of a man wearing cowboy boots and spurs steps into the cartoon from the left. On the boot is a map of Texas, the lone star, and "Gov. Connally." A small man, surprised at the appearance and at the sound of the spur, says, "Omigosh! For a moment I thought it was Lyndon back again!" The U.S. Capitol building is in the background. The cartoon caption reads, "Jingle, jangle, jingle."
19 December 1970
From the AAEC Editorial Cartoon Collection. Cartoon by Reg Manning. In the upper frame of the cartoon, Uncle Sam gestures toward a man labeled "Little Rhodesia," who is standing near a sign labeled "Off limits, U.N. sanctions." Uncle Sam says, "I can't buy my chrome from him 'cause he's a menace to world peace...." In the lower frame, Uncle Sam holds a stack of money and gestures toward a clothes-wearing bear labeled "Russia" and says, "...so I pay more and buy it from him!" The bear stands behind a counter with a sign labeled, "World's no. 1 merchant of revolution and sabotage." The hammer and sickle symbol is behind the bear. The cartoon caption reads, "How was that again?"
23 March 1970
From the AAEC Editorial Cartoon Collection. Cartoon by Reg Manning. In the foreground of the cartoon are a police officer holding the collars of two handcuffed, scruffy-looking men. Nearby are the words: "Members of auto-theft ring" and "Arrested while free on bond, and awaiting trial for theft, burglary, assault, rape, and intimidating a witness (actual case)." In the upper part of the cartoon, in the background, is a judge at the bench, with a man standing before him. This man is labeled "Uno who" and is saying, "Do you mind if I make a suggestion, Judge?" The cartoon caption reads, "In the interest of protecting MY rights."
30 March 1970
From the AAEC Editorial Cartoon Collection; Cartoon by Reg Manning. A man labeled "Supreme Court" wearing dark robe and straw hat sits on a stool and plays an upright piano. The sheet music he is playing from is labeled "Constitution," but he appears not to be looking at the music. From the piano come the words "Legal jive arrangements." Two other men stand nearby. Attorney General John Mitchell speaks to to a third man, saying, "He's doing the best he can!" The third man, labeled "Uno Who," responds, "Okay, but tell him to play the music the way it was written!" The cartoon caption reads, "Don't shoot the piano player."
4 May 1970
From the AAEC Editorial Cartoon Collection. Cartoon by Reg Manning. Two tall cliffs (buttes?) occupy most of the cartoon. The smaller of the two is labeled "Federal subsidized housing" and on top is a small house labeled "The poor." The larger of the two is labeled "Income to afford inflated costs" and on top is a somewhat larger houe labeled "The wealthy." Between them are the words: "Soaring land prices, 9% interest, spiraling labor costs." At their base is a man sitting on the ground next to a small shelter he has built labeled "Shortage of new housing." The man is cooking over an open fire. The cartoon caption reads, "Middle America."
26 January 1970