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DRAWINGS AND PRINTS, ca. 1838-ca. 1950 (continued)
Cartoon Drawings (American) filing series, ca. 1920-ca. 1950. (continued)
[Lynching party gathered around a victim whose legs and feet are shown dangling over a blazing fire] [between 1930 and 1950]
CD 1 - Foy, no. 2 (A size)
He's begging for it [1937]
CD 1 - Harper, no. 3 (C size)
Don' be frettin' honey chile', no mattah what else happens, ah wont let that nassy man take youah playthings away! [between 1930 and 1950?]
CD 1 - Johnson (C.W.), no. 1 (A size)
How dare you to trespass on these premises, suh!! [between 1930 and 1950]
CD 1 - Johnson (C.W.), no. 2 (C size)
The southern senators campaign speech! “--and citizens, when again yall cast youah votes, remembah the ones who have caihfully protected youah rights!” [ca. 1937]
CD 1 - Johnson (C.W.), no. 3 (A size)
The thrill that comes once in a lifetime--“souvenir, kiddies” [ca. 1946]
CD 1 -Webster, no. 2 (B size)
[Arm of the “NAACP” raising a torch before a crowd of people and a public notice urging “Join NAACP in its fight for negro rights”] [1941]
CD 1 - Whyte, no. 1 (A size)
This sho is bad news! [between 1940 and 1950]
CD 1 - Whyte, no. 2 (A size)
PGA Popular Graphic Arts filing series, ca. 1838-ca. 1862.
2 engravings: a portrait of slave revolt leader Cinqué by John Sartain and “Immediate emancipation” by Stephen H. Gimber.
Immediate emancipation in the West Indies, Aug. 1st 1838 [between 1838 and 1862]
PGA - Gimber (S.H.)--Immediate (B size)
Cinqué, the chief of the Amistad captives [ca. 1840?]
PGA - Sartain (J.)--Cinqué (B size)
SUPPLEMENTARY ARCHIVES, 1930-1963
SUPPL. ARCHIVES - NAACP Collection
Supplementary Archives materials, 1930-1963, include paper printing plates, engraving plates, printing blocks (used in publishing the Crisis or the Bulletin), as well as miscellaneous hand-or typewritten captions that duplicate those already attached to the images, or that were found separated from images but could not be easily matched to images in the collection. Also included is a series of published color illustrations of fairy tales. In addition, photos of three hinged wooden panels, measuring ca. 4 x 8 feet, advertise the NAACP Life Membership program. These materials do not appear on the microfilm. They are located in P&P's Supplementary Archives under the collection name and LOT number.

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