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John Shevchik Cartoons

An inventory of his cartoons at Syracuse University

Overview of the Collection

Creator: Shevchik, John
Title: John Shevchik Cartoons
Inclusive Dates: 1959-1971
Quantity: 4.1 linear ft.
Abstract: Over 1200 original editorial cartoons.
Language: English
Repository: Special Collections Research Center,
Syracuse University Libraries
222 Waverly Avenue
Syracuse, NY 13244-2010

Biographical History

John Shevchik (1915-1994) was an American editorial cartoonist for the Beaver Falls (Pa.) News-Tribune.

John Shevchik was born on August 23, 1915 in Beaver Falls, Pennsylvania. His father was a carpenter and Shevchik had no formal art training. However, he was friends with and influenced by cartoonist Cy Hungerford of the Pittsburgh Post Gazette . In the 1930s, Shevchik worked at the Pittsburgh Post Gazette and left for World War II service with the 816th Engineering Unit of the United States Army where he gained drawing experience. Following the war, Shevchik worked in the capacities of artist and cartoonist for several greater Pittsburgh area newspapers including the Daily Citizen in Ambridge, Pennsylvania.

In 1954, Shevchik became editorial cartoonist for the Beaver Falls News Tribune where he worked until 1979 when the paper was purchased by the Beaver County Times. Then Shevchik began drawing weekly cartoons for the Valley Tribune, serving portions of Beaver County, Pennsylvania.

Shevchik was a member of the American Association of Editorial Cartoonists and was also known as “Shevy”. He received over a dozen Freedoms Foundation awards and his work in promoting highway safety was recognized by the National Safety Council who presented him with their first place award in 1954 and also an honorable mention in 1961. His work appeared in the Best Editorial Cartoons of the Year series and he also edited an anthology of Cy Hungerford's World War II cartoons (1985).

John Shevchik died in 1994.

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Scope and Contents of the Collection

The John Shevchik Cartoons contains 1,203 original editorial cartoons published in the Beaver Falls (Pa.) News-Tribune from approximately 1959-1971.

Most of Shevchik’s cartoons address national and international events. Several involving coal mining and the steel industry would have had possible implications for his local audience.

Like other cartoonists during this period, Shevchik’s subject matter was frequently dominated by the Vietnam War as President Lyndon Johnson escalated the war. However, Shevchik regularly commented on the increasing number of war casualties and framed the casualties in comparison to the number of highway traffic fatalities and also noted how many of the soldiers lacked voting rights because they were under the age of 21 (for example, see “He’s Not Old Enough to Vote”).

Regular themes and imagery include skeletons representing casualties (from the war, automobile accidents and nuclear fallout), leaders focusing on solving jigsaw puzzles comprised of world problems, leaders as fishermen, Lyndon Johnson as a struggling soldier in Vietnam, giant metaphorical smoldering bombs and U. Thant looking out of the United Nations building at various world problems.

Several of the cartoons in the collection bear the same caption. Shevchik also produced cartoons about different subjects but with very similar visual imagery and variations of the same theme. Some of these appear to be close versions of the same cartoon while others feature the same composition but with different figures or labels. An example of the latter are cartoons about John F. Kennedy and Lyndon B. Lyndon Johnson’s presidential inaugurations. The cartoon entitled, “JFK's Top Hat” depicts John F. Kennedy’s inauguration top hat as a replacement for the dome of the U.S Capitol. After Johnson's inauguration, a similar cartoon appeared with his cowboy hat atop the Capitol.

Heavily covered subject matter includes the escalation and cost of the Vietnam War and Richard Nixon’s effort to scale down the war, problems between the U.N. and Nikita Khrushchev who failed to pay U.N. dues, the rejection of China in the U.N. and the Berlin Wall. Shevchik also often evoked the statements of George Washington and Abraham Lincoln to comment on civil rights and the United States' intervention and alliances in foreign affairs.

Shevchik made extensive use of labels to annotate his cartoons which rarely contained dialogue. These labels often identified people and visual representations of issues. At times he also mentioned specific news items or statistics, such as those involving Vietnam war casualties.

None of the cartoons are dated. Shevchik drew the cartoons on paper primarily with ink with some crayon shading. Traces of pencil are visible. Captions appear in pencil at the top. Dimensions listed in the inventory are approximate.

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Arrangement of the Collection

Cartoons are arranged alphabetically by caption. Please note that the cartoons are not dated, so the time period covered by the cartoons was estimated from subject material.

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Access Restrictions

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Use Restrictions

Written permission must be obtained from SCRC and all relevant rights holders before publishing quotations, excerpts or images from any materials in this collection.

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Related Material

Special Collections Research Center has collections of over one hundred cartoonists. Please refer to the SCRC Subject Index for a complete listing.

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Subject Headings


Ho Chi Minh, 1890-1969 -- Caricatures and cartoons.
Johnson, Lyndon B. (Lyndon Baines), 1908-1973 -- Caricatures and cartoons.
Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald), 1917-1963 -- Caricatures and cartoons.
Khrushchev, Nikita Sergeevich, 1894-1971 -- Caricatures and cartoons.
Nixon, Richard M. (Richard Milhous), 1913-1994 -- Caricatures and cartoons.
Shevchik, John

Corporate Bodies

United States. Congress -- Caricatures and cartoons.


American wit and humor, Pictorial.
Caricatures and cartoons -- United States.
Cartoonists -- Pennsylvania.
Cartoonists -- United States.
Civil rights movements -- United States -- Caricatures and cartoons.
Cold War -- Caricatures and cartoons.
Editorial cartoons -- Pennsylvania.
Editorial cartoons -- United States.
Inflation -- Caricatures and cartoons.
Space exploration -- Caricatures and cartoons.
Strikes and lockouts -- Caricatures and cartoons.
Taxation -- Caricatures and cartoons.
Traffic fatalities -- Caricatures and cartoons.
Vietnam War, 1961-1975 -- Caricatures and cartoons.
War casualties -- Caricatures and cartoons.
World politics -- 1945-1989 -- Caricatures and cartoons.


China -- Politics and government, 1949-1976 -- Caricatures and cartoons.
Soviet Union -- Politics and government, 1945-1991 -- Caricatures and cartoons.
United States -- Politics and government, 1945-1989 -- Caricatures and cartoons.

Genres and Forms

Cartoons (humorous images)
Editorial cartoons.



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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Preferred citation for this material is as follows:

John Shevchik Cartoons,
Special Collections Research Center,
Syracuse University Libraries

Acquisition Information

Gift of John Shevchik, 1970.

Finding Aid Information

Created by: –
Date: 1971
Revision history: 5 Nov 2008 - converted to EAD (MD); 11 Nov 2009 - added detailed bio, scope and added subjects to inventory (SK)

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Cartoons undated (1203 items) 11 1/4" x 13 1/4"
Box 1 A
Academic Freedom Spanking: college students, demonstrations
Accenting the Positive: Vietnam War
African Ghost: Patrice Lumumba, Nikita Khrushchev, United Nations, Congo
African Storm Clouds: Congo, Algeria, United Nations, U. Thant
After Such an Anxious Time: space exploration
After Year of $000,000,000: United Nations, Indonesia, Soviet Union
Ageless Figure of Freedom: Abraham Lincoln, Gettysburg Address (1966)
Air Pirates Storm: hijacking
Alabama Classroom: integration, Alabama, George Wallace
Alabama Freedom March: voting, Alabama, Abraham Lincoln
Alabama's Tidal Wave: integration, George Wallace, Alabama
All Set to Go: Great Society, Congress, Lyndon Johnson
Alliance for Progress Sharp Blow: Argentina, oil
America's Second Moon Landing: space exploration, Russia, Alexey Kosygin
American Combat Deaths Down: Vietnam War, Richard Nixon, peace
American Dream Again: Richard Nixon, elections
American Way ("Dick" and "Jack"): Richard Nixon, John F. Kennedy
American Way (Freedom Foundation Cartoon): religion
Ancient Old Flame: Christmas
And an Angel Appeared Out of a Cloud: Lyndon Johnson, peace, Vietnam War
And I Mean It: Fidel Castro, Cuba, Nikita Khrushchev
And Now What?: nuclear weapons, China, Russia
Annual Duel: hunting
Another Awardee: taxes
Another Big Flame: Congo, Vietnam War, Lyndon Johnson
Another Bomb Crisis: peace, Vietnam War, China
Another Card Burner: China, Mao Zedong
Another Championship Fight: Lyndon Johnson, China, Vietnam War, Dominican Republic
Another City Smear: civil rights, riots
Another Ear Pulling Act: Hubert Humphrey, Lyndon Johnson
Another Flare-Up in Saigon: police, Nguyen Khahn, Vietnam War
Another Headache: Cuba, Fidel Castro, Mig attacks
Another Heart Transplant: Lyndon Johnson, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam War, peace
Another Hospital Case: Medicare, Congress, American Medical Association, Social Security
Another Korea: Vietnam War, Korean War
Another Length Burned Up: Dean Rusk, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam War
Another Length Burned Up: Cuba, Soviet Union, Fidel Castro
Another Moon's Visitor: space exploration, Vietnam War, riots, demonstrations
Another Newspaper Burial: journalism, unions, strikes
Another Shot at the United Nations: Congo, United Nations, Belgium
Another Splitting Headache: Republican Party
Another Tragic Disaster: coal mining accident, West Virginia
Another Wedding: steel industry, inflation, Lyndon Johnson, space exploration
Another World (world with a face drawn on it): World Series, national and international worries
Another World: World Series, national and international worries
Anxious Watchers: John F. Kennedy, Roosevelt, Lyndon Johnson, peace
Any Bets: traffic fatalities, Christmas
Any Future for You?: United Nations, nuclear weapons, Vietnam War
Any Real Answer in this Duel?: strikes, labor, Congress
Any Site in Sight?: Lyndon Johnson, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam War, peace
Anything in the Basket?: United Nations, U. Thant, Nikita Khrushchev, Soviet Union
Anything May Explode: ace relations, Haiti, John F. Kennedy, South America
Appeals to Reds to Cancel the Big Blast: nuclear weapons, Communism
April Fool's Day Kick: United Nations, China, Mao Zedong
Arab's Black Eye: Israel, Gamal Abdel Nasser, Middle East
Armed Forces Day: armed forces
Army Surplus Shoes: taxes, Lyndon Johnson, Vietnam War
As He Sowed, so Shall He Reap: Israel, Adolf Eichmann, Holocaust
As the Nation/ World Mourns: Dwight D. Eisenhower
As the War Slogs On: Vietnam War, peace, Lyndon Johnson
Asian Treadmill: Vietnam War, Lyndon Johnson
Auto-Safety Furor: auto industry, Congress
Avalanche Country: Jawaharlal Nehru, China
Aviation's Worst Air Crash: Venezuela, aircraft accidents
Axe Seat: taxes, John F. Kennedy
Box 1 B
Baby Business is Still Good: birth rate, population
Baby Needs a Woman's Touch: India, peace, Indira Ghandi
Baby Play with Nice Bombs: nuclear weapons, Soviet Union, Nikita Khrushchev
Back from his Fishing Trip: Communism, China, Nikita Khrushchev, Mao Zedong
Back Home After His Global Tour: Richard Nixon, Asia
Back of the new U.S. Ambassador: United Nations, Adlai Stevenson, Arthur Goldberg
Back to Geneva: disarmament, peace
Back to Work: railroad industry, Lyndon Johnson, strikes
Bad Day for Mama Eagle: armed forces, college students
Bad Easter Egg: Thomas Dodd, ethics, Congress
Bag is Getting Bigger: crime
Bait Stealing Champion: inflation, cost of living
Barry's Whistlestop Train Like in '48: Barry Goldwater
Be Sure to Remember Santa: Congress, taxes
Be Sure to Register: Medicare, Social Security
Be Sure to Vote: voting
Bear Went over the Mountain: Nikita Khrushchev, Cold War
Bells Across the Nation Day: freedom, Nikita Khrushchev
Beatles of England are Here: The Beatles
Beginning of a Great New Society: Great Society, Lyndon Johnson
Begins his 8-Year Prison Term: Jimmy Hoffa
Behind and in Front: Boy Scouts
Berlin Nightmare Showdown: Berlin, Nikita Khrushchev, space exploration
Berlin's Barrier and a Challenge: Nikita Khrushchev, Berlin
Better Talk Fast: Berlin, Andrei Gromyko, John F. Kennedy
Between Two Mountains: Congress, elections
Beyond the Big Mountains (variation of Between Two Mountains): Congress
Big Atomic Poker Game: John F. Kennedy, Nikita Khrushchev, nuclear weapons
Big Bag in Washington: budget, government spending
Big Campaign Headache: foreign policy, voting
Big Catch: Walter Reuther, United Auto Workers, auto industry
Big Changes in Draft: Lyndon Johnson, draft
Big Circus Act: Nikita Khrushchev, Cuba, nuclear weapons
Big Cloud over the Week: Congo
Big Communist Snub: China, Leonid Ilyich Brezhnev, Mao Zedong
Big Confusion: Vietnam War, China, Mao Zedong
Big Drop from the Moon: Nikita Khrushchev, Soviet Union, space exploration
Big Election Mystery: elections
Big Fire Against De Gaulle: Charles De Gaulle, Algeria
Big French Race: Russia, China, Charles De Gaulle, NATO, Germany
Big Handout: foreign aid
Big Handouts and Insults: Gamal Abdel Nasser, Egypt, Congo
Big Head Hunter: graduates (1962)
Big Propaganda Echo: nuclear weapons, Nikita Khrushchev
Big Race: Republican Party, Richard Nixon, Nelson Rockefeller, Hubert Humphrey, Eugene McCarthy, George Wallace, Democratic Party
Big Rainfall: civil rights, Lyndon Johnson, Congress
Big Safety Problem: traffic fatalities, Vietnam War
Big Shadow on the Wall: United Nations, Soviet Union, U. Thant, peace
Big Stake at Hand: economy, Congress, railroad industry, unions
Big Stamp of Approval: auto industry, Congress, traffic fatalities
Big Wild Waves: Indonesia, communism, Sukarno
Big Wild Waves: Latin America, Cuba, trade, Panama, Russia
Big Wind from the Kremlin: Andrei Gromyko, Adlai Stevenson, United Nations, Cuba
Biggest Rooter for the Protestors: demonstrations, peace, Vietnam War
Bird in a Gilded Page: nuclear weapons, peace, disarmament
Bird Nest: Lyndon Johnson, peace, Vietnam War
Birth Control: population, nuclear weapons
Birthstone for July: freedom, justice
Bit by Bit: Vietnam War, China, Nguyen Khahn
Black Eye: Medicare, Congress, Ted Kennedy
Black Eye: Lyndon Johnson, Republican Party, foreign policy, J. William Fulbright
Black Eyes: race relations, Britain
Blastoff: Lyndon Johnson, War on Poverty, Congress, Appalachia
Blocking it Anywhere: communism, Fidel Castro, Dominican Republic
Blossom Time: Charles De Gaulle, Europe
Blowing his Steam: NATO, Charles De Gaulle, Germany, NATO
Blowing the Bugle: World War II, Pearl Harbor (1964)
Bluffing: China, India
Bombers Must Go: Cuba, Nikita Khrushchev, Fidel Castro, Cuban Missile Crisis
$B,000,0000 — We Need It: Vietnam War
Book Worth Keeping: Abraham Lincoln, John F. Kennedy (1963)
Bookworms About their Late Boss: John F. Kennedy
Boomerang: United Nations, Nikita Khrushchev, Dag Hammarskjold
Boots Lined Up for the Saddle: Republican Party, George W. Romney, Barry Goldwater, Nelson Rockefeller
Bottom Fell Out!: George W. Romney, Republican Party, Vietnam War
Boys! It's Only Nikita Smoking a Cigar: John F. Kennedy, Cuba, Cuban missile crisis, Russia
Boy, This is Keen Fun: Nelson Rockefeller, Barry Goldwater
Breaking All Sales Record: auto industry (1962-1963)
Breaking Through!: freedom, democracy, Russia, Czech
Briefing in Washington: Vietnam War, Congress, Lyndon Johnson
Brinkmanship: NATO, nuclear weapons, Charles De Gaulle, France
Broken Promises Needle: Nikita Khrushchev, Laos, Cuba, Berlin
Buck Teeth Threat: inflation, cost of living
Bucking Bronco: budget, Lyndon Johnson
Buddhists War Against Anti-Nguyen Cao Ky Drive: peace, Buddhists, Vietnam War, Nguyen Cao Ky
Bulwark of Freedom: communism, religion, U.S. Constitution (Freedoms Foundation cartoon- published before Oct. 28th)
Burglary Loot in the Nation: crime
Burning Fuse and the Tick Tock: disarmament, nuclear weapons
Burning Fuses: Laos, Cuba, communism
Burning Fuses: Cuba, NATO, Algeria, Berlin, Laos, Congo, John F. Kennedy
Burning Fuses: United Nations, Berlin, New Guinea, Cuba, Congo, Algeria, Africa
Bursting Bubble: Barry Goldwater, Nelson Rockefeller, George W. Romney, Republican Party
Bursting Problems: United Nations, peace, Arthur Goldberg
Bursting World: Lyndon Johnson
Business as Usual "Holiday Traffic Toll": traffic fatalities, holidays
Business as Usual "New Year's Holiday Toll": traffic fatalities, holidays
Business is Good: Fidel Castro, Cuba, trade
Busy Bird with Nest Egg: United Nations, India, Pakistan, peace
Busy Presidential Bees: Hubert Humphrey, Nixon, Nelson Rockefeller, Eugene McCarthy, elections
Busy Undertaker: newspapers, journalism, New York, strikes
Butcher Boys: Republican Party, Nixon, Nelson Rockefeller
Buzzing Around: Lyndon Johnson, Wayne Morse, Vietnam War
Box 1 C
Calling for Peace: Pope Paul VI, peace, Vietnam War
Calling for Your Support: charity
Camel Cowboy's Rough Ride: Egypt, Lyndon Johnson, Gamal Abdel Nasser
Can 200,000 Doctors be Wrong: Medicare
Can Hit Fly in the Sky: Soviet Union, Nikita Khrushchev
Can I get into the Surplus Handout: farming, Soviet Union, Nikita Khrushchev
Can I Use This: government spending, taxes, budget
Can't You Take My Word?: nuclear weapons, Soviet Union, Nikita Khrushchev, John F. Kennedy, Harold Macmillan, Britain
Car in Front: trucking industry, taxes
Careful Navigation to Avoid Trouble: peace, armed forces, Britain
Carrying the Bags: John F. Kennedy, Congress
Carrying the Olive Branch: Leonid Ilyich Brezhnev, Lyndon Johnson, peace, Soviet Union
Casting the Big Shadow: communism, armed forces, Vietnam. Robert McNamara
Fidel Castro's Official Red Sign: Fidel Castro, peace, Cuba, communism
Cat Came Back: Congress, election, Adam Clayton Powell
Catch He Was Waiting For: Republican Party, Richard Nixon
Caught in the Fire: Vietnam War, Great Society, Lyndon Johnson
Caught in the Political Rivalry: Nguyen Cao Ky, Vietnam War, elections
Ceiling Zero: Vietnam War
Challenge on Leadership: Charles De Gaulle, John F. Kennedy
Challenge on this Major Problem: Laos
Challenged on Vietnam Peace Plans: Andrei Gromyko, Goldberg, United Nations, Vietnam War, Britain
Changing World of Today: taxes, China, Soviet Union, nuclear weapons
Chilly Diplomatic Weather: Andrei Gromyko, Berlin
Chef Wants a Cake Knife: taxes, Richard Nixon, Congress
Chinese Attacks: China, Jawaharlal Nehru, Mao Zedong, India
Chinese — French Honeymoon: Charles De Gaulle, Mao Zedong, Nikita Khrushchev
Chinese — Soviet Big Split: Communism, Nikita Khrushchev, Mao Zedong, China, Soviet Union
Chopstick Trouble: Lyndon Johnson, peace, Vietnam War, China, Asia
Christmas Package: Republican Party, elections
Christmas Prayer: peace, Christmas
Christmas in the Soviet: Nikita Khrushchev, farming, Soviet Union
Christopher Columbus: nuclear weapons
Chronic Pain in the Stomach: South America, Argentina, Juan Domingo Peron
Churchill Farewell: Winston Churchill
Clipping the Big Beard: Latin America, Fidel Castro, Cuba
Cocky Alabama Rooster: George Wallace, civil rights
Cloud and the Pick: mining, coal industry, strike
Cloud over Santa: Congo, peace
Cold Bird out on the Limb: Hubert Humphrey, Great Society
Cold Wave in the Split Communist World: Mao Zedong, Leonid Ilyich Brezhnev, Russia, China
Collective Leadership in Moscow: Chou, Leonid Ilyich Brezhnev, Nikita Khrushchev
Columbus Day ("Has America Changed?"): Columbus Day
Columbus Day ("How the Place is Bursting"): United Nations, peace, Vietnam War, nuclear weapons, Middle East
Columbus Day ("How the Place has Changed"): United Nations, inflation, cost of living
Columbus Day ("It's an Entirely Different Sight"): United Nations, nuclear weapons
Columbus Day ("Man in Space Progress"): space exploration
Come and Have Fun with Me: graduates
Comforting Hand: voting rights, Lyndon Johnson, Abraham Lincoln
Communism Yule Spirit: Berlin
Communism's Fire Eater: North Korea, Vietnam War, Laos, Cambodia, China, Mao Zedong
Communist Birthday Party: Soviet Union, China, Nikita Khrushchev, Mao Zedong
Communist Chef: Nikita Khrushchev, Ethiopia, Algeria, Congo, Laos
Communist Clash: Mao Zedong, Nikita Khrushchev, communism
Communist Friendly Bedfellows: Mao Zedong, Nikita Khrushchev, communism
Communist Gains in Cuba?: Russia, Cuba, Fidel Castro, Nikita Khrushchev, trade
Communist Giants Battle: nuclear weapons, China, Russia, Mao Zedong, Leonid Ilyich Brezhnev
Communist Hijackers of the High Seas: Nikita Khrushchev
Communist Propaganda Gimmick: peace, Vietnam War, Richard Nixon
Communist Revolution Smoker: Fidel Castro, Dominican Republic
Conflicts between the Communist Powers: Mao Zedong, Nikita Khrushchev
Confronting the Ball: John F. Kennedy
Coronation in Rome: Pope Paul VI, peace
Could I get a Nice Bomb: Ludwig Erhard, Lyndon Johnson, nuclear weapons, Britain, France, China, Soviet Union
Could it Really be True: Stalin, Nikita Khrushchev, China, Mao Zedong
Counting Sheep: George Wallace, elections
Counting the Sheep: Congress
Covering up the Dirty Spots: peace, Christmas, Cuba, China, Congo, South America, Berlin
Crackdown on Health Sweetner: food and drugs
Crackdown on the Motorcycle Gangs: law and order
Crime Shadow: crime
Crisis in South Vietnam: Vietnam War. communism, Buddhists
Crisis of Democracy: Greece, Constantine
Critical Session: United Nations, Nikita Khrushchev, Laos, Congo
Crosses on a Hill: Vietnam War
Cuban Crisis: Fidel Castro
Cuban Revolution began its Tenth Year: Fidel Castro, Cuba
Cuban Santa: Fidel Castro, communism, South America
Cutting the Split in Communism World: Soviet Union, Mao Zedong, Leonid Ilyich Brezhnev, China
Box 1 D
Danger Ahead: Lyndon Johnson, Vietnam War, Congress, Medicare, education, poverty
D-Day for Auto Safety: auto industry
D-Day for College Men: draft, college students
D-Day Twenty Years Ago: Europe, World War II
Daily Air Raids: peace, Vietnam War, Ho Chi Minh
Dan Cupid's Broken Arrow: Nelson Rockefeller, Republican Party, elections
Dark Christmas: mining
Dark Trail in Vietnam: McNamara, Vietnam War, communism
Dead End: Congress, John F. Kennedy
Dear Santa: Republican Party
Death of a Salesman: peace, Vietnam War, communism
Deaths in the Air: aircraft accidents
Declaration of War: War on Poverty, Lyndon Johnson
Democrat Nomination Fight: Robert F. Kennedy, Lyndon Johnson, Richard Nixon, Eugene McCarthy
Deep in the Deep South: racial violence, segregation, civil rights
Deeper Population Problem: population
Defense Secretary Roadwork: Ho Chi Minh, Robert McNamara, Vietnam War
De Gaulle's Trip to Moscow: Charles De Gaulle, NATO, Alexey Kosygin, Europe
Delicately Balanced Again: Dwight Eisenhower, Congress
Depends How You Look at It: nuclear weapons, Russia, Cuba, Barry Goldwater, Congress
De Gaulle's Napoleonic Illusions of Grandeur: Charles De Gaulle, Europe, Harold Macmillan, Britain, France
Democrat Poll Vaulter Champ: Robert F. Kennedy, Lyndon Johnson
Did it Hurt Again?: United Nations, China, Mao Zedong, Nikita Khrushchev
Dilemma for Soviet Foreign Policy: Middle East, United Nations, Alexey Kosygin, U. Thant, Arthur Goldberg, Soviet Union
Diplomatic Courtesy in Germany: Berlin, Nikita Khrushchev
Do I Deserve Another Raise?: Congress
Do I Hear a Noise?: Congress, civil rights
Doctor, Stay Away: foreign aid, Cambodia
Dogs Are More Dangerous Politically than the World: Lyndon Johnson, animal rights
Doing Holiday Business with the U.S.A.: Fidel Castro, John F. Kennedy, Cuba, Bay of Pigs
Do Not Despair! Help is on the Way!: taxes, John F. Kennedy, economy
Don't Ever Tell a U.S. Senator: Hubert Humphrey, Congress, Stuart Symington
Don't Forget this Hot Dish: Bobby Baker, Republican Party, Democratic Party
Don't Get into this — It looks Dark: Charles De Gaulle, Harold Macmillan, common market
Don't Get Space — Struck: science, space exploration, Soviet Union
Don't You Hear It — War Mongers: Nikita Khrushchev, nuclear weapons
Dove of Peace "Eggs": Lyndon Johnson, peace, Vietnam War
Dove or Hawk?: China, Lyndon Johnson, Vietnam War
Draftees Birthday Cake Numbers: draft
Drama that Came to a Climax: Vietnam War, Ngo Dinh Nhu
Dropout Season: school dropouts
Dropping the Cuban Pilot: Nikita Khrushchev, Fidel Castro, Cuban Missile Crisis
Dropping the Egg: U. Thant, Vietnam War, peace
Dry your Tears Mourners: civil rights, school prayer, Everett Dirksen
Duel of the Guns: Israel, Gamal Abdel Nasser, Middle East, peace
Box 2 E
Early Christmas Shopping: Republican Party, Richard Nixon, Charles H. Percy, Hatfield, George W. Romney
Early Variety Catalogue: Republican Party, Democratic Party
Early Bird and the Worm: John F. Kennedy, unemployment, recession
East Berlin Reds Party Congress Meeting: China, Nikita Khrushchev, Walter Ulbricht, Berlin
Easter Bunny: Walter Reuther, United Auto Workers
Easter Offering: Easter, peace
Economic Picture: economy, John F. Kennedy, unemployment
Egyptian Home Run King: Soviet Union, Gamal Abdel Nasser, Israel, Middle East
Eleanor Goes Home: Eleanor Roosevelt (1962)
Election is Coming: voting rights, Vietnam War
Election is getting more Interesting: Nguyen Van Thieu, Nguyen Cao Ky, Vietnam War, elections, Lyndon Johnson
Election Year Spaceman: Congress, John F. Kennedy
Electors Carrier: peace, Algeria
Emergency Calls: natural disasters
End of the Game: traffic fatalities
End of the Long Weekend: Labor Day, traffic fatalities
England's Pound Squeeze: Britain, Harold Wilson
European Diplomatic Trip: Europe, NATO, Hubert Humphrey
Everlasting Applause: space exploration
Everything Free in 1980: Nikita Khrushchev, Russia
Everything's Under Control Now: Nikita Khrushchev, nuclear weapons, Dean Rusk
Executive Flu: Medicare, Dean Rusk, Lyndon Johnson, Robert McNamara
Explosion He Likes to Hear: civil rights, Nikita Khrushchev, nuclear weapons, John F. Kennedy
Explosion of the China's Bomb: China, nuclear weapons, Mao Zedong
Eyes of the Nation: Jack Ruby, John F. Kennedy
Eyes on Moscow: Averall Harriman, peace, nuclear weapons, Soviet Union, China
Box 2 F
Face in the Window: space exploration, China, education, Congress
Facing the Population Problem: population, Lyndon Johnson
Fact Finding Mission Completed: Nelson Rockefeller, Latin America, South America, Richard Nixon, Romania
Faith in Prayers: religion, space exploration
Far from the U.S. Political Battle: Vietnam War
Fateful Duel in Moscow: communism, Nikita Khrushchev, Mao Zedong, Russia, China
Fearless Stork: France, Algeria, Charles De Gaulle
Female of the Species: Florida, natural disasters
Fidel's Burning Issue: Fidel Castro, Cuba
Fidel's Favorite False Face: Fidel Castro, Nikita Khrushchev, Cuba
Fidel's Peaceful Overtures: Organization of American States, Cuba, economy, Fidel Castro, socialism
Figure on the Race Track: horse racing
Finally Caught the Big One: United Auto Workers, strikes, Walter Reuther
Find the Answers by March First: Lyndon Johnson, riots
Finding it Hard to Fill: Charles De Gaulle, Georges Pompidou
Finest Leadership in the Nation: Dwight Eisenhower, Richard Nixon, Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr.
Fire Eater: China, Thailand, India, Vietnam War, Laos
Fire will get bigger without that Bag: communism, Vietnam War, Ngo Dinh Nhu
First Day of Spring ("The Early Birds and the Presidential Worm"): elections, Lyndon Johnson, Eugene McCarthy, Richard Nixon, Robert F. Kennedy, Nelson Rockefeller
First Day of Spring ("Vietnam"): Lyndon Johnson, Vietnam War, peace, Ho Chi Minh
First Step Toward Peace: U. Thant, Vietnam War
First Touch of Spring: Congress, Lyndon Johnson, foreign aid
First Woman in Outer Space: space exploration, women, Nikita Khrushchev
First American into Space and Back: space exploration, Nikita Khrushchev
Fishinable Material and the Smoker: Fidel Castro, Cuba, Nikita Khrushchev
Fishing for the Big Catch: Cuba, Fidel Castro
Fishing in the Far East: Vietnam War, Laos
Fishing Season Big Catch: inflation
Five Billion Nike-X Anti-Missile Project: McNamara, China, nuclear weapons, anti-missile systems
Flag Day: Vietnam War
Flame Thrower: China, Asia, nuclear weapons
Flight From Soviet Communism Rule: Svetlana Stalin
Flux Look: elections, Lyndon Johnson
Flying Around the British Royalty: England
The "Flying A$tronaut" over Washington: Congress, taxes
Flying Saucers — Are they Real?: inflation, taxes, cost of living, Lyndon Johnson
Flying Stork Around the Vatican: population, birth control, Pope Paul VI
Following Along the Trail: Pope Paul VI, Pope John XXIII, Christianity
Footprints in Texas: Congress, Billie Sol Estes, Texas
Footsteps to Peace: United Nations, peace, Pope Paul VI
Fog in New York and Cleveland: newspapers, strike
Foundation and Freedom of Individual Liberty: prayer
Foundation of Freedoms: religion
France's "Geographical Position": NATO, France, Charles De Gaulle, Lyndon Johnson
France's "Globe Trotter": France, Charles De Gaulle, Europe, Wilson, Britain, common market
Friend in Need: charity
Friendly Persuasion: Lyndon Johnson, China, Mao Zedong, Ho Chi Minh, peace, Vietnam War
From the White House Kitchen: John F. Kennedy, Congress, schools, taxes
Full Speed Ahead: railroad industry, strikes
Full Support for Change of Formula: Congo, United Nations, U. Thant
Box 2 G
Gangway: sports
General Passes On: Douglas MacArthur (1964)
Getting Bigger: crime
Get the Point, Khrush and Fidel Castro?: Monroe Doctrine
Getting Hit by His Own Truck: Jimmy Hoffa, Teamsters
Getting Hotter?: Cuba, Nikita Khrushchev, Fidel Castro
Getting into the Race: Robert F. Kennedy, Eugene McCarthy, Lyndon Johnson, Democratic Party
Getting Nowhere: Vietnam War, Lyndon Johnson
Ghost at the Window: Russia, nuclear weapons
Girl He's Leaving Behind: United Nations, U. Thant, Vietnam War, peace
Giving it a Pep Shot: Republican Party, William Scranton, Eisenhower
Glad to Help: Eisenhower, John F. Kennedy, communism
Globe Trotter Peace Salesman: Organization of American States, Cuba
Go Find Your Own Tree: China, Mao Zedong, Nikita Khrushchev, Congo
Go Home, Madame Nhu: Ngo Dinh Nhu
God's Guidance System: space exploration, prayer
Goes Home: Great Society, taxes, Congress
Going After Another One: United Auto Workers, Walter Reuther
Going Home to His Real Friends: Abraham Lincoln, Robert F. Kennedy, John F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King Jr.
Going Up?: Vietnam War, Lyndon Johnson
Going Up: cost of living, auto industry
Goldberg Ready for Action: United Nations, Andrei Gromyko, Adlai Stevenson, Arthur Goldberg
Good Friday — Nineteen Sixty-Four: Christianity, nuclear weapons
Good, But Not Spectacular Performance: business
Good News for Richard: Richard Nixon, Vietnam War
Good News from Moscow: United Nations, Nikita Khrushchev
Good News to Khrush: Nikita Khrushchev, communism, John F. Kennedy, Adlai Stevenson
Good Will Visit and the Speech: France, Charles De Gaulle, Latin America, Lyndon Johnson
Goose-Step Kick: Nazism, Ludwig Erhard, elections, Germany
G.O.P. Drafty Room: William Scranton, Richard Nixon, Republican Party
G.O.P Leaders look at the Washington Skater: Everett Dirksen, inflation, Great Society, Vietnam War, Republican Party
G.O.P Presidential Team: Richard Nixon, Spiro T. Agnew, elections, Republican Party
G.O.P's Turkey Trot: Dirksen, Lyndon Johnson, government spending, Congress
Governor's Re-Marriage: Nelson Rockefeller, Republican Party
Grab it, Boy: John F. Kennedy, Congress
Graduation Gift: graduates, nuclear weapons
Grave Diggers: Vietnam War, traffic fatalities
Grace of the III-Fated Submarine: USS Thresher (1963)
Great Debate — Round Two: John F. Kennedy, Richard Nixon
Great Society Juggler: poverty, Lyndon Johnson, Congress, budget, Great Society
Great Society Tightrope Walker: Lyndon Johnson, Congress
Great Warrior and Leader: Dwight Eisenhower (1969)
Greatest Conquest of Space: space exploration, prayer
Greek and Turkey Thin Ice: Middle East, Cyprus, United Nations, Makarios III
Grim Reaper: natural disasters, Yugoslavia
Groundhog Day in France: Charles De Gaulle, China
Groundhog Day in Southeast Asia: Vietnam War, North Korea, USS Pueblo
Growing Figure: Vietnam War
Guideline: steel industry, John F. Kennedy
Guilty Verdict: Jimmy Hoffa
Gunsmoke Fight: steel industry, economy, Lyndon Johnson
Box 2 H
Had Enough of Debates: unions, Congress
Hailed on His Birthday: Winston Churchill
Halloween Season: Mao Zedong, China, nuclear weapons
Hand of the Law: Jimmy Hoffa
Hanoi's Bluff Act: Vietnam War, peace, Ho Chi Minh, Lyndon Johnson
Happy Birthday: United Nations
Happy Birthday, Ike: Eisenhower (1962)
Happy Birthday, Mr. Hoover: Herbert Hoover (1964)
Happy Lincoln: Abraham Lincoln, civil rights (1964)
Hard Blow in Algeria: Organization of American States, Charles De Gaulle
Hard Boiled Egg: Congress, taxes, economy
Hard Climb: Congress, civil rights, fair employment practices
Hard Up: Congress, Poor People's Campaign
Harvest Moon in Britain: Harold Macmillan, elections
Headin' for the Moon: cost of living
Heading for the Moon: national debt, budget, Congress, John F. Kennedy
He Doesn't Choose to Run: Republican Party, Nelson Rockefeller, Richard Nixon
Healthier and a Greater Potential: railroad industry, Pennsylvania
Heat March: Vietnam War
Hello? Is that the Washington Zoo?: Nikita Khrushchev, China
He's Off in a Cloud of Dust: Hubert Humphrey, peace, Democratic Party
Headaches for the Aggression: China, Vietnam War
Heading to North Vietnam?: Vietnam War, foreign policy
Heat Spell: inflation, taxes, Vietnam War, Lyndon Johnson
Heat Wave in Vietnam: communism, armed forces, Vietnam War
Heat Wave: Laos
Heat Wave ("Vietnam"): civil rights, elections, Vietnam War
Heavy Issue: Richard Nixon, anti-missile systems
He'll be too Host for Us: Barry Goldwater, communism, Mao Zedong, Fidel Castro, Nikita Khrushchev
He's Not Leaving: Mao Zedong, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam War
He's Not Old Enough to Vote: voting rights, Vietnam War
He Shot an Arrow into the Air: nuclear weapons, Nikita Khrushchev
Here We Come Again: Lyndon Johnson, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam War
Hey Fellows ! Help Me with this Warmonger: China, Nikita Khrushchev, nuclear weapons, John F. Kennedy, Harold Macmillan
Hi Joe I'm getting ready to Retire: Stalin, Nikita Khrushchev
High Cost of Ending Pollution: pollution
High Cost of Polluted Air: pollution, population
High Noon on Germany: Berlin, Nikita Khrushchev
High Court Decision: Supreme Court, schools, prayer
High Explosive: Gamal Abdel Nasser, Israel, Middle East
Highway Robbery: traffic fatalities, Vietnam War
His Appetite is "Conquest": peace, Asia, Mao Zedong
His Arms Full: Lyndon Johnson, Vietnam War
His Big Worry: China, Mao Zedong, Robert McNamara
His First Big Act — S-T-E-A-D-Y: John F. Kennedy, budget, Congress
His First Big Problem: Congress, education, John F. Kennedy, U.S. Constitution
His Latest Move in African Struggle: Congo, war, violence
His Master's Voice: John F. Kennedy, Richard Nixon
His Move for the Reserve Call: Lyndon Johnson, Vietnam War, armed forces
His Prayer Lives Through the Years: prayer, George Washington
His Presidential Trial Balloons: George Wallace, Charles H. Percy, Richard Nixon, George W. Romney, Ronald Reagan, Nelson Rockefeller
His Toast to the Graduates: graduates, taxes, Vietnam War, inflation
His Top Challenger: Richard Nixon, inflation, economy
His Weekend Prayers: riots, Vietnam War
Hit Again: Congress, Lyndon Johnson, Abe Fortas
Hit It Harder: China, Mao Zedong
Hitting Hard Back in the Jungle: Vietnam War, Nguyen Van Thieu
Hitting the Doorstep: Mao Zedong, China, Vietnam War
Hitting the Moon's Bullseye — But no Pictures: space exploration, Soviet Union, Nikita Khrushchev
Hitting the Truckers: John F. Kennedy, trucking industry
Ho Chi Minh's Shot: Richard Nixon, Vietnam War
Hold It "Nobody Here but us Chickens": Cuba, Fidel Castro, Nikita Khrushchev
Holding Firm: Panama
Holding the Communist Puppet: Fidel Castro, Cuba, Dominican Republic
Holiday Pick-Up: traffic fatalities, Independence Day
Home After a Long Session: Congress, civil rights, taxes, poverty
Hot Baseball Game: Robert McNamara, Laos, Vietnam War
Hot Crater Lake: nuclear weapons, disarmament, Berlin
Hot Line: nuclear weapons, John F. Kennedy, Nikita Khrushchev
Hot Potato: Vietnam War, Lyndon Johnson
Hot Potatoes: John F. Kennedy, civil rights
Hot Summer: race relations
Hot World for Jack: Dwight Eisenhower, John F. Kennedy, Cuba, Africa, Laos (1960)
How About Kickin' a Field Goal?: China, Ho Chi Minh, communism, Vietnam War
How About the Big Fellow: Lyndon Johnson, Nikita Khrushchev, nuclear weapons, disarmament
How About the Tail?: John F. Kennedy
How Does the Garden Grow?: industry (general), labor, economy, John F. Kennedy, inflation
Ho Chi MinhDo We End the War in Vietnam: Vietnam War, Lyndon Johnson
How Everything has Changed: civil rights, demonstrations, Abraham Lincoln
How Far Will He Chew It: China, Mao Zedong, Jawaharlal Nehru, Nikita Khrushchev
How Long Can He Carry the Ball: Vietnam War, peace, demonstrations, Lyndon Johnson
How Times Have Changed: United Nations, Nikita Khrushchev
How to Keep from Growing Old: China, Mao Zedong, nuclear weapons
Humpty Dumpty Makes a Come Back: stock market, economy
Humpty Dumpty Sat on a Wall: Vietnam War, George McGovern, Eugene McCarthy, Hubert Humphrey, Democratic Party
Hunters to Start Blasting Away: Barry Goldwater, Nelson Rockefeller, Republican Party
Hydrogen Halloween Sower: Nikita Khrushchev, nuclear weapons
Box 2 I
I Better Not Run Out of Gas: John F. Kennedy, taxes, economy
I Didn't Know I Was Running: Barry Goldwater, Republican Party
I Didn't See Any Crowds or Parades for Me: Konrad Adenauer, Charles De Gaulle, common market
I Like 'em Both: elections, Barry Goldwater, Lyndon Johnson
I Really Need a $10,000 Pay Raise: Congress
I Resign My Job: Supreme Court, Abe Fortas
I Said; "Please Speak More Distinctly": nuclear weapons, John F. Kennedy, Nikita Khrushchev
I Think I Hear a Heartbeat: John F. Kennedy, Medicare, Congress
I Thought Nothing Was Wrong: Thomas Dodd, Congress
I Want Something That's Purely European: Charles De Gaulle, Konrad Adenauer, John F. Kennedy, Harold Macmillan
I Waited a Long Time for This: Lyndon Johnson (1964)
I Want to Negotiate a Settlement: Lyndon Johnson, Ho Chi Minh, peace, Vietnam War
I was Misquoted by the Press: Soviet Union, nuclear weapons, Nikita Khrushchev
I won't Recognize Their Monster Bomb: nuclear weapons, Leonid Ilyich Brezhnev
I'll Carry the Words to Vietnam: Alexey Kosygin, Vietnam War
I'll be Delighted: Charles De Gaulle, NATO
I'll Make My Own U.N. Plans Now: United Nations, Nikita Khrushchev, Dag Hammarskjold
I'll Quit the United Nations Membership: Leonid Ilyich Brezhnev, United Nations, U. Thant, Soviet Union
I'll Save You: Vietnam War, Lyndon Johnson
I'm Glad it's Ours: space exploration, Russia
I'm Just Thinking about "My Congress": Congress, Social Security, Lyndon Johnson
I'm Still Boss: Fidel Castro, Cuba
If You Were President, What Would You Do?: taxes, inflation, economy, Lyndon Johnson
Ike and Jack Discussion: John F. Kennedy, Dwight Eisenhower (1960)
Ike at the United Nations: Dwight Eisenhower, United Nations, Nikita Khrushchev
Ike's Report to Congress: Dwight Eisenhower, Congress, economy
Ike's Return: John F. Kennedy, Dwight Eisenhower, politics
Imperialist Warmongers want to Destroy Us!: Russia, nuclear weapons
Imprisoned Professor Flies Home: Nikita Khrushchev, espionage, Frederick Barghoorn
In a World of Confusion: religion
In God's Hand: Vietnam War
In the Back: Laos
In the Middle of a Big Stretch: Lyndon Johnson, Vietnam War, Alabama
In the Same Old Bed: Charles De Gaulle
In Time the Wall Will Collapse: John F. Kennedy, Nikita Khrushchev, nuclear weapons, disarmament
Indian Peace Call Falls — Britain Will Try: Indira Ghandi, Harold Wilson, Alexey Kosygin, peace, Vietnam War
Inflation Balloon: cost of living, Lyndon Johnson, Republican Party
Inflation Watch: economy, Congress
International Problem Child: Cyprus, peace
Interruption: stock market
Interruption for a New Talk Site: strikes, telephone industry
Into the Homestretch ("Jack" and "Dick"): Lyndon Johnson, Barry Goldwater
Into the Homestretch ("LBJ" and "Barry"): Richard Nixon, John F. Kennedy
Intrusion into the Communist World: Richard Nixon, peace, Asia
Is Fidel Castro Next: Brazil, Fidel Castro, communism
Is He Dangerous: China, Russia
Is It a First Step?: peace, nuclear weapons, disarmament, Soviet Union
Is It Going to be a Long Hot Summer: civil rights, riots
Is It Safer Out There: Vietnam War, Dominican Republic, Lyndon Johnson
Is Soviet Union Ahead in This Field: nuclear weapons, John F. Kennedy, Congress
Is That Ball Moving?: Lyndon Johnson, Great Society
Is the Baby European?: Harold Macmillan, common market
Is the Pressure on the Lid Eased?: inflation, Lyndon Johnson
Is There More Cooking?: Bobby Baker, Lyndon Johnson, Democratic Party, Republican Party
Is This Trip Necessary: John F. Kennedy, Europe
It Could Happen Anywhere: John F. Kennedy, Warren Commission
It Couldn't Be the Congo Heat: Nikita Khrushchev, disarmament, United Nations, Congo
It May Be a Real Storm: Congress, Bobby Baker
It Pays to Drive with Safety Rules: Congress, Lyndon Johnson
It Really Takes a Bite: taxes
It Scares Them: Richard Nixon, John F. Kennedy
It Seems Like Every Day is April First ("Cuban Crisis"): Cuba
It Seems Like Everyday is April First ("War"): Vietnam War, Alabama
It Seems to be April Fool Everyday: Lyndon Johnson (1964)
It's All Your Fault: Fidel Castro, Soviet Union, Cuba
It's Getting Hotter for Khrush: Berlin, Russia, John F. Kennedy, Nikita Khrushchev
It's Going to Be Interesting: Republican Party, elections
It's Good and Loud: United Nations, U. Thant, Nikita Khrushchev
It's Good to Light My Cigars: Fidel Castro, Cuba, Dean Rusk, John F. Kennedy
It's Just One Thing: Labor Day, traffic fatalities
It's Not that We Don't Like You: inflation, steel industry, John F. Kennedy
It's Not that We Don't Trust You: Lyndon Johnson, Nikita Khrushchev, Soviet Union, nuclear weapons
Box 3 J
Jack and the Big Axe: taxes, John F. Kennedy
JFK Report to the Nation: Warren Commission, John F. Kennedy
JFK's Easter Egg: John F. Kennedy, steel industry
J.F.K's Top Hat: John F. Kennedy, Democratic Party (1961)
Jinny and the Bottle: Democratic Party, Republican Party, Eugene McCarthy, Lyndon Johnson, Robert F. Kennedy, Vietnam War
Job for Jack, the Giant Killer: John F. Kennedy, unemployment
Job Well Done: space exploration
Judgement of the General: Charles De Gaulle, Nikita Khrushchev, NATO, Britain
Just a Little Package for Fidel: farming, Mao Zedong, Nikita Khrushchev, hunger
Just Flying Around?: Nikita Khrushchev, Fidel Castro, Cuba, John F. Kennedy
Just Like the Last One: Congress, John F. Kennedy
Just Listening: Andrei Gromyko, Lyndon Johnson, Soviet Union
Just Missed: Charles De Gaulle
Just Waiting: United Nations, China
Just Waiting to Pick Up the Press: Berlin, Charles De Gaulle, Khrushchev, NATO, nuclear weapons
Just Warming Up: Richard Nixon, Vietnam War
Just Watching ("Hubert" and "LBJ"): Hubert Humphrey, Lyndon Johnson
Just Watching ("National Guard" and "Moratorium Parade"): demonstrations, Vietnam War
Box 3 K
Keep it Free, America! (Freedoms Foundation Cartoon): freedom
Keeping a Close Watch: Cuba, Congress
Keeping His Fingers Crossed: steel industry, economy, Lyndon Johnson
Keeping the Fuse Lighted: Nikita Khrushchev, Berlin, peace
The "John F. Kennedy" Prospector: Robert F. Kennedy, Democratic Party, Hubert Humphrey, Eugene McCarthy
John F. Kennedy vs. Eisenhower — Campaigners: John F. Kennedy, Dwight Eisenhower, elections
John F. Kennedy's Big Tasks: John F. Kennedy, Congress
John F. Kennedy's "Heat Wave": John F. Kennedy, nuclear weapons, civil rights, demonstrations
John F. Kennedy's Quintuplets: John F. Kennedy, nuclear weapons, civil rights, education, taxes, healthcare
Khrush and His Little Pigs: United Nations, Fidel Castro, Janos Kadar, Wladyslaw Gomulka, Zhikov
Khrush Now on the Other End: Mao Zedong, Nikita Khrushchev
Khrush Taking Another Nosedive: Lyndon Johnson, Nikita Khrushchev, space exploration
Khrush's Appleseed: nuclear weapons, John F. Kennedy, Nikita Khrushchev
Khrush's Can't Boast About This: space exploration
Khrush's Communist Tie-Up: Fidel Castro, Nikita Khrushchev, Makarios III
Khrush's Pain in the Neck: Fidel Castro, Nikita Khrushchev
Khrush's Pre-Halloween Hobgoblin: Nikita Khrushchev, nuclear weapons
Khrush's Dummy and Pot Act: Fidel Castro, Khrushchev, Laos, Cuba
Kicked for the Twentieth Time: China, United Nations, Mao Zedong
Kicking the Communist Out: Fidel Castro, Chile, Cuba
Kicks Off State GOP Drive: Republican Party, Nelson Rockefeller, Richard Nixon, Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr.
Kindly Snake: China, Jawaharlal Nehru
Kite Flying Time (JFK): John F. Kennedy, youth, unemployment
Kite Flying Time (LBJ): Lyndon Johnson, Appalachia, healthcare, schools
Box 3 L
Labor Day Links: Pennsylvania, labor
Labor's Big Reach: labor
Laborer Worthy of His Higher: labor
Lack of Confidence in Civil Defense: civil defense, nuclear weapons, John F. Kennedy, fallout shelters
Lady Economy: taxes, business, John F. Kennedy
Large Bomb Juggler: India, Pakistan, Lyndon Johnson, Vietnam War, peace
Last Stand: Robert McNamara, Leonid Ilyich Brezhnev, anti-missile systems, Russia
Last Year's Bird Nest: peace, Vietnam War
Last Walk on India's Sands of Time: India, Pakistan, Lal Bahadur Shastri
Latest Casualty Report: Vietnam War
Latest Egyptian Situation: Dwight Eisenhower, Republican Party
LBJ's Big Catch: Lyndon Johnson, elections
LBJ's "Great Society" Fat Man: budget, Lyndon Johnson
LBJ's Hard-Boiled Viet Eggs: peace, Lyndon Johnson
LBJ's Peace Traveling Salesman: Vietnam War, Hubert Humphrey, Lyndon Johnson
LBJ's Price Battle Punch: Lyndon Johnson, aluminum industry, inflation
LBJ's Proposed School Plan: Lyndon Johnson, schools, Congress
Let Me Reduce Your Storage Problems: Nikita Khrushchev
Let Me Take You for a Walk: China, Mao Zedong, Nikita Khrushchev
Let the Whole World Hear Us: U.S. Constitution, religion
Let Them Vote: voting, 26th Amendment
Let There Be Peace: Middle East, United Nations, U. Thant
Let This Be a Warning Commie: Cuba, Fidel Castro
Let Us All Pray for Our Nation: prayer
Let Us Pray: Vietnam War
Let Us Pray for Peace: nuclear weapons
Let's Fill the Basket: Britain, Europe, Harold Macmillan, common market
Let's Put the Puzzle Together: Democratic Party, Congress
Let's Smoke the Peace Pipe Together: business, economy, John F. Kennedy
Let's Stop Him: crime, Lyndon Johnson, Congress
Let's Take a Fifty Miles Hike: John F. Kennedy, taxes
Little Axe in the Petrified Forest: taxes
Little Man, What Now? (1962): war, peace
Little Man, What Now? (1963): war, peace
Little Man, What Now? (1966): peace, Lyndon Johnson, Vietnam War
Little Pig Went to Market: Russia, Leonid Ilyich Brezhnev
Long, Hot Summer: riots
Look Fellow — You Don't See Me Worrying: nuclear weapons, fallout shelters
Look How Big He Is, Now!: common market, tariffs, John F. Kennedy, Congress
Look Out Mountain: peace, disarmament, nuclear weapons
Looking At the Crystal: nuclear weapons, John F. Kennedy, Nikita Khrushchev
Looking at the Messy World: foreign policy, Great Society, Lyndon Johnson
Looking At the World Economic View: economy, Russia, Britain, Europe, common market
Looking Down on a Troubled World ( Lincoln looking at Soviet emblem): communism, peace
Looking Down on a Troubled World (Lincoln looking at Soviet rockets and satellites): communism, peace
Looking Down on the Birmingham Precedent: Abraham Lincoln, civil rights
Looking for a Bombproof Shelter: civil defense, nuclear weapons, cities, population
Looking for a Place to Drop It: United Nations, Charles De Gaulle, Lyndon Johnson, China, Mao Zedong
Looking for a Solution to Stop Strikes: strikes, Congress, labor
Looking for a Warless Solution, Fellows?: Dean Rusk, Andrei Gromyko
Looking into the Future: Lyndon Johnson
Looking It Over Carefully: gun control, Congress
Looking to Washington: John F. Kennedy, peace, Cold War, economy
Looks Like He Will Reach It: taxes, John F. Kennedy, government spending, Nikita Khrushchev
Looks Like I Need Your Help: John F. Kennedy, taxes, government spending, Republican Party
Losing His Popularity Grip?: Middle East, Vietnam War, Lyndon Johnson, Alexey Kosygin, peace
Losing His Strength: Teamsters, Jimmy Hoffa
Lost Boy Found: nuclear weapons
Loud and Clear: France, Charles De Gaulle, nuclear weapons
Love Birds: Mao Zedong, Nikita Khrushchev, Laos, Thailand
Lyndon had a Little Lamb: Lyndon Johnson, inflation, cost of living
Box 3 M
M-Day Blastoff: Lyndon Johnson, Medicare
Make Him Pay Up or Else: United Nations, U. Thant, Russia, Nikita Khrushchev, taxes
Make It Wide Enough to Bury Yourself, Too!: Nikita Khrushchev, China, Mao Zedong
The Man on the Capitol Steps: Congress, unemployment, John F. Kennedy, economy, Congress
Man Who Came to Dinner: China, India, China
March Lion and Lamb: peace, Vietnam War, Lyndon Johnson
Marooned on the Island: peace, Vietnam War, Lyndon Johnson
Mao Zedong Celebrates the Chinese Fourth: peace, China, Vietnam War
Mao Zedong's Unhappy Anniversary of Red Rule: farming, China, Mao Zedong
Mao Zedong's Unhappy 14th Birthday: China, Mao Zedong
May I Have a Shelter Guidebook: civil defense, nuclear weapons, Nikita Khrushchev
May I Help You, Sonny?: peace (1961)
Maybe I'll Move It a Little Closer: Europe, common market, Harold Macmillan, England
Maybe This One Will Work: NATO, Europe, John F. Kennedy
Maybe We Can Get Together Sometime: Berlin, nuclear weapons
McNamara's Problem of Security: Robert McNamara, Congress, Vietnam War, draft
Memorial Day Big Wreath: traffic fatalities (1965)
Memorial Day Races: traffic fatalities (1967)
Merry Christmas Wringing: steel industry, taxes, cost of living
Mess of Dough in Washington: Bobby Baker, Congress
Mind If I Cook While We're Talking: John F. Kennedy, Nikita Khrushchev, Laos
Mighty Strong Smoke: smoking, cancer
Miracle If It Happens: taxes
Month of Prayer for Peace: prayer, Pope Paul VI, Vietnam War, peace
Moon Over Washington: Bobby Baker, Congress
More Important than `Readin' — `Riting and 'Rithmetic: communism, patriotism
More Tombstones?: violence, John F. Kennedy, Robert F. Kennedy, Martin Luther King, Jr.
More Trouble Ahead: Vietnam War, elections, Lyndon Johnson
Moscow — Peking Ideological Split: Soviet Union, China
Moscow's Merry Go Around: space exploration, Russia
Mount De Gaulle Mountain Climbers: Charles De Gaulle, nuclear weapons, Harold Macmillan, Dean Rusk, John F. Kennedy, NATO, common market
Mounting Against Him: Vietnam War, peace, Richard Nixon, communism
Mounting Figure: aircraft accidents, Japan
Mourning: Winston Churchill (1965)
Mourning a Great American: Adlai Stevenson, United Nations (1965)
The Mourning United Nations: Dag Hammarskjold, United Nations (1961)
Moving Slowly: civil rights, Congress
Mud Slinging Targets: Lyndon Johnson, Robert F. Kennedy, Vietnam War
My OLE Buddy: Tito, Yugoslavia, Nikita Khrushchev
My Wonder World of Policy: Charles De Gaulle
My Wonderful Fat Baby: John F. Kennedy, budget, taxes
Box 3 N
Nation Mourns the Astronauts: space exploration
Nation's Visitor: Lyndon Johnson
Nation's Worst Air Tragedy: aircraft accidents
National Bible Week Oct. 17-23: religion
National Civil Defense Day: nuclear weapons
National Crisis for All Americans: civil rights
National Disgrace: Vietnam War, demonstrations
Nature of the Troops Mission: SEATO, Mao Zedong, China, Thailand
Negotiations for a New Contract: steel industry
Nest Egg: United Nations, Cyprus, U. Thant, Arthur Goldberg, Turkey, Greece, peace
New Addition to the John F. Kennedy Administration: John F. Kennedy, Jr. (1960)
New Baby: Republican Party, New York City
New Chief Justice: Richard Nixon, Warren Burger
New Frontier Colic: Congress, civil rights, education
New Frontier's Prodigal Father: taxes, budget, John F. Kennedy
New Look in Washington: Congress
New Prime Minister: Canada, Lester Pearson, Diefenbaker
New Round: nuclear weapons, Berlin, John F. Kennedy, Nikita Khrushchev, disarmament
New Start in Vietnam: Buddhists, Vietnam War
New Top Men Abroad: Ludwig Erhard, Alec Douglas-Home
Next?: polio, cancer
Nikita Proposes a Toast: Fidel Castro, Soviet Union, Nikita Khrushchev
Nikita's New "Peace Offensive": John F. Kennedy, China, Berlin, Nikita Khrushchev
Nikita's Reactions: Central Intelligence Agency, Khrushchev, Russia, China, Cuba, Latin America, economy, Fidel Castro
Nineteen Sixty-two Economy Run: taxes, John F. Kennedy
Nineteen Sixty-Four Spring Bonnet: Cold War, Leap Year, peace, Republican Party, Democratic Party
Ninety Miles Focus on Cuba: Cold War, Khrushchev
Nixon — The Political Figure: Richard Nixon, Republican Party, John F. Kennedy
Nixon's Punching Bag: Richard Nixon, Fidel Castro, Cuba
Nixon's Physical Checkup: Richard Nixon, Republican Party, Vietnam War
No Communist Victory: Ho Chi Minh, Lyndon Johnson, Vietnam War
No Deal With Communists, Now!: Vietnam War
No Easy Route: Charles De Gaulle, Algeria, peace
No Gun Test Ban Treaty in Sight: Korea, China
No Time for Nesting: peace
No Writer's Cramp: labor, auto industry
Nobody Loves This Fat Man (LBJ): Lyndon Johnson, budget, foreign aid
Nobody Loves This Fat Man (Congress): Congress, budget, taxes, government spending
Nobody Pays Any Attention to Me: Guantanamo, Fidel Castro, John F. Kennedy, Nikita Khrushchev
Nominee Ride the Democrat's Saddle: Richard Nixon, Hubert Humphrey, elections
Noise May Spell Trouble: China, peace, Lyndon Johnson, nuclear weapons
Not Out Yet: Berlin
November Fight is On: Barry Goldwater, Lyndon Johnson, elections (1964)
Now! The Homestretch: Barry Goldwater, Lyndon Johnson, Republican Party, Democratic Party
Now, What?: Vietnam War
Nuclear Derby Jockeys: nuclear weapons, John F. Kennedy, Nikita Khrushchev
Box 3 O
Off on a Crisis-Hopping Trip: Dean Rusk, foreign policy, Europe, New Frontier
Oh! My Aching Back: Soviet Union, Cuba, Congress, John F. Kennedy, New Frontier
Oh, Say, Can You See: demonstrations, draft
Oh, We Recognize You All Right: United Nations, China, Nikita Khrushchev
Old Birds Carries On: population, China
Old Religious Feud: religion, violence, Northern Ireland
Old Soldier Vacation: Dwight Eisenhower
Olive Branch, Anybody?: peace, Lyndon Johnson, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam War
On the Cold War Front: China, Nikita Khrushchev, communism
On With the British Politics Show: common market, Harold Macmillan, elections
One Big Word: Algeria, France, peace
One Nation Under God: school prayer, Supreme Court
Open Season for Peace Doves: Mao Zedong, Ho Chi Minh, Lyndon Johnson, peace, Vietnam War
Open This Sometime This Year, Maybe: taxes, John F. Kennedy
Operation K.O. Polio Plans: polio, Pennsylvania
Orbit: space exploration, John F. Kennedy, Nikita Khrushchev
Orbit Around the World Three Times: space exploration
Orbit the Earth — The American Way: space exploration
Orbiting the Moon: space exploration
Orderly Transfer of Executive Responsibility: Dwight Eisenhower, John F. Kennedy (1961)
Our Involvement Could Become Deeper: China, Vietnam, communism
Our Ace Photographer Takes Moon Photos: space exploration
Our Freedoms in Its Hand: religion, freedom, U.S. Constitution
Out — And In Again: Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr., Maxwell Taylor, Vietnam War
Outlook in Southeast Asia: Vietnam War, Asia, peace, Lyndon Johnson
Box 3 P
Pain in the Neck: Lyndon Johnson, J. William Fulbright
Parisian Style of Endorsement: Charles De Gaulle, France, elections
Passing Up the Cashier: United Nations, Russia, Congo, Nikita Khrushchev
Paul's Historic Journey to Holy Land: prayer, Pope Paul VI
Peace — A Look Ahead: peace, nuclear weapons, Cold War
Peace Doves Talks: peace, South Korea, Lyndon Johnson, Vietnam War, USS Pueblo
Peace Proposal?: India, Pakistan, United Nations
Peace in Steel Union — But?: Lyndon Johnson, Vietnam War, steel industry
Peace Prospects in Vietnam: peace, Pope Paul VI, Vietnam War
Peace Slugger at Bat: United Nations, Arthur Goldberg, India, Pakistan
Peaceful Movement: Cyprus, Turkey, United Nations, Makarios III
Peaceful Revolution Shots: Latin America, Fidel Castro
Peiping Tom's Shadow: China, Formosa, Chiang Kai Shek
Pentagon Bugler: Robert McNamara, draft, armed forces, Vietnam War
Pentagon Bugler and the Question: Robert McNamara, armed forces, Vietnam War
Pentagon Turkey: Robert McNamara
Peru's Fatal Soccer Kick: sports, Peru, Argentina
Philadelphia Story: liberty, justice, democracy, freedom
Phone Call to Ho Chi MinhChi Minh: peace, Richard Nixon, Vietnam War
Pig Trying to Wreck the Building: United Nations, Nikita Khrushchev
Pilgrim's Progress: nuclear weapons (1961)
Piling On: government spending, taxes, unemployment
Playing It Cool: Vietnam War, Lyndon Johnson, draft, Robert McNamara
Please Remit: United Nations, Nikita Khrushchev
Pledge of Yule Troop Withdrawal: Richard Nixon, peace, Vietnam War
Political Trouble Ahead: John F. Kennedy
Political Trouble in Greece: democracy, Greece, Constantine II
Poor Old French General: Charles De Gaulle, Algeria
Poor Old French Santa: Charles De Gaulle
Pope Paul's Message: peace, Pope Paul VI, Pope John XXIII
Popular Heart Shots: Valentine's Day
Porcupine: Barry Goldwater, Democratic Party
Postman's Ring: U.S. Postal Service
Pot's Boiling: United Nations, U. Thant, Congo, Patrice Lumumba
Pouring into the Vatican City: Pope Paul XXIII (1963)
Power Without Responsible: black power, riots, violence
Prayer for Peace: peace, Thanksgiving, Cuba, Berlin, Vietnam War
Prayers in the Sky: peace, prayer, space exploration
President Lyndon Johnson's Tasks: Lyndon Johnson, Russia, civil rights, John F. Kennedy (1963)
President Nguyen Van Thieu Plea to U.S. — "Can't Fight Alone": Richard Nixon, Vietnam War, Nguyen Van Thieu, demonstrations
Presidential Brinkmanship: John F. Kennedy, Congress, railroad industry, civil rights
Presidential Leap Year: Republican Party, Harold Stassen, Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr., George W. Romney, William Scranton, Richard Nixon, Nelson Rockefeller, Barry Goldwater
Presidential Stumping Season: Barry Goldwater, Lyndon Johnson
President's Appeal: Lyndon Johnson, prayer, Congress
President's Decision: nuclear weapons, John F. Kennedy, Nikita Khrushchev
President's View to Congress: John F. Kennedy, Congress, economy (1962)
Pressure on the Hammer: Lyndon Johnson, Vietnam War
Price of War: Vietnam War, Lyndon Johnson
Problem of Dealing With the Communists: Fidel Castro, Mao Zedong, Nikita Khrushchev, John F. Kennedy
Profumo Aftermath: Harold Macmillan, England
Public in Suspense: railroad industry, strikes
Public's Opinion: Warren Commission, Pennsylvania
Put It Together or Leave It: Vietnam War
Put That Gun Away or Else!: Fidel Castro, Cuba
Box 3 Q
Question Mark: nuclear weapons, fallout shelters, civil defense
Question Mark of the Party: Republican Party
Question Mark to Adlai: United Nations, Adlai Stevenson
Question of the Rock: crime, law and order
Questions for the World: China, India, Russia
Quick Shave With This: Lyndon Johnson, taxes, Congress
Box 4 R
Race Isn't Over by a Long Shot: Soviet Union, space exploration, Nikita Khrushchev
Rail Merger Boon to Country: railroad industry, Pennsylvania
Railroad Lantern — Then What?: railroad industry, strikes, Lyndon Johnson
Rainstorm: United Nations, U. Thant, disarmament, Vietnam War
Rattling Another Bomb: Alexey Kosygin, nuclear weapons, United Nations, China
Read'em and Sweat: Congress, organized crime
Reading the Sad News: Vietnam War, Ho
Ready for Action on the Bill: Abraham Lincoln, Congress, civil rights
Ready to Eat the Cake: economy, taxes
Ready to Tee Off: John F. Kennedy, unemployment
Ready to Use the Bugle Call: Robert McNamara, draft, armed forces, Vietnam War
Rebel — To — Back —To — Work Call: mining
Record Walking in Orbit: Republican Party, Lyndon Johnson
Red China's Smoke: China, peace, Vietnam War
Red Schoolhouse: education, communism
Red Snapper: foreign aid, Latin America, Charles De Gaulle, China
Re-Election and the Gathering Storms: Congo, Cuba, Berlin, Nikita Khrushchev, United Nations, U. Thant
Rejected Under Fire: Richard Nixon, Supreme Court
Remember Fellows, My Promise — "No Cheating": nuclear weapons, Nikita Khrushchev
Remember Our Old Friend Stalin: Molotov, Nikita Khrushchev, Joseph Stalin
Republican Fire Fighter Hot Job: Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr., Vietnam War, communism, religion
Republican Leader Going Home: Everett Dirksen(1969)
Reservists Tightrope: armed forces, China, Cuba, Berlin, Vietnam War
Resigning as Defense Secretary: Robert McNamara
Rest in Peace: Vietnam War, Lyndon Johnson
Restless Red Dragon: China, Laos
Resumption of Negotiations: economy, steel industry, John F. Kennedy
Retreat: Charles De Gaulle
Riding High Again: space exploration, Soviet Union, Nikita Khrushchev
Right On Our Doorstep: John F. Kennedy, Cuba, Fidel Castro, Nikita Khrushchev
Righteousness Exalteth a Nation: religion, Bill of Rights
Ring Out the Old — Ring in the New: peace (1962)
Ringside Seat: Nelson Rockefeller, Richard Nixon, Eugene McCarthy, Hubert Humphrey, Republican Party
Rising Sun: Vietnam War, draft, Ho Chi Minh, demonstrations
Rising Tide: Vietnam War, taxes, Congress, national debt
Rising Tide (Medicare): Medicare
Rival Presidents: Charles De Gaulle, nuclear weapons
Rocking Chair Lullaby: John F. Kennedy, budget
Rocky Finally Hit the Champ: Nelson Rockefeller, Richard Nixon, Republican Party
Rocky, No Hard Feelings in New Hampshire: Nelson Rockefeller, Barry Goldwater
Rocky Road to New Frontier: John F. Kennedy, Congress
Rocky Rockin' Chair: John F. Kennedy, Congress, civil rights
Roller Run-In With the Traffic Safety: traffic fatalities, auto industry
Rolling Truck: taxes, Lyndon Johnson
Roosting High and Above: China, United Nations, Cold War
Rough Road Ahead: George W. Romney, elections, Republican Party
`Round the World: Nikita Khrushchev, space exploration
`Round the World and Safely Back: space exploration, Nikita Khrushchev
Running With His Trophy and Bad Shoes: Lyndon Johnson, foreign policy, taxes, economy, elections
Running With the Shadow: Britain, trade, Rhodesia
Rush for the Hustings — But Not Goodbye: Congress, civil rights, Cuba, economy (1962)
Rushing the Halloween Season: Cuba, Nikita Khrushchev, nuclear weapons
Russia — China Wrestling Bout: China, Mao Zedong, Russia, Nikita Khrushchev, communism
Russia's Agricultural and Economy Setback: farming, Canada, Nikita Khrushchev
Russia's Another Great Boast: space exploration, Leonid Ilyich Brezhnev
Russians Are Shelling Again: Lyndon Johnson, demonstrations, Vietnam War, Republican Party, Soviet Union
Box 4 S
Sad Santa: aircraft accidents, New York, Germany
Safely Home: space exploration
Saint Nick in East Berlin: Berlin, Nikita Khrushchev
Same Old Thing: peace
Santa Fidel Castro: Fidel Castro, communism, Cuba
Santa in France: Charles De Gaulle, Lyndon Johnson, NATO, France
Santa in Washington: Congress, Lyndon Johnson, economy, government spending
Santa Khrush — Another Art Thief: peace, Congo, Berlin, Nikita Khrushchev
Santa 'thrush's Big Package: Soviet Union, peace, Nikita Khrushchev
Santa Pulling in His Belt: Lyndon Johnson, budget, government spending
Santa's Old Medicine Bottle: Medicare, Lyndon Johnson, Congress
Scarlet Letter: U.S. Postal Service
Scat: journalism, Lyndon Johnson
Scram! You're Stealing My Job: railroad industry, automation, labor
Scrap This Law for a Friend of Mine: labor, Congress, right to work law, Lyndon Johnson
Scrooge for the Pentagon: Robert McNamara, armed forces
Seeing is Believing ("Space Specs"): space exploration, Russia
Seeing is Believing ("Gordon Cooper's Orbits"): space exploration, Nikita Khrushchev
Setback in His Driving: Congress, John F. Kennedy
Seventy-fifth Anniversary: prayer (World Day of Prayers)
Shadow of Inquiry: Ku Klux Klan, HUAAC, 5th Amendment
Shadow on the Gallows: Adolf Eichmann, Holocaust
Shadow Over the Capital: Congress, gun control
Shall I Be Easy or Get Tougher: foreign policy, John F. Kennedy
Shameful Texas Campus Tragedy: gun control, University of Texas (1966)
She Wasn't a Lady: natural disasters
She's Wearing a New Hat: inflation
Shipwrecked!: Britain, Harold Macmillan, common market, economy
Shocked!: riots, civil rights, democracy, George Washington
Shocking American Tragedy: Martin Luther King, Jr., civil rights, Abraham Lincoln (1968)
Shocking News: New York City, children, thalidomide
Shooting for the Moon: taxes, space exploration
Shouting About Me: Cuba, Fidel Castro
Showdown Hand Over a Site for Peace Talks: Ho Chi Minh, Lyndon Johnson, Vietnam War
Showdown of the Railroad Crisis: railroad industry, strikes, unions
Signing the New Draft Law: draft, Richard Nixon, armed forces
Sinking: Vietnam War, Lyndon Johnson
Sinking United Nations: United Nations, U. Thant, peace
Sitting on Top of the Axe: Lyndon Johnson, Congress, taxes
Sizzling Sun: Robert McNamara, Berlin
Sleeping Americans: elections, China, Vietnam War
Slipping on the Greased Poll: Lyndon Johnson, elections, Vietnam War, Great Society
Slugging It Out: Russia, Vietnam War, armed forces
Smog Death Toll Abroad: China, United Nations, Arthur Goldberg
Smog over the United Nations: England
Smoke in the Hood: Ku Klux Klan, HUAAC
Smoker's Puff: smoking
Snarling the Air Travel: strikes, airline industry
Somebody Help Me Stop Him: inflation, taxes, Richard Nixon, Congress
Something I'd Like to Get, Santa: Congress, taxes, civil rights, Lyndon Johnson
Something We Hope to See in Orbit: Nikita Khrushchev, space exploration
Something Went Wrong: Nikita Khrushchev, Mao Zedong, India
South Pacific Dawn: United Nations, New Guinea, Indonesia
South Pacific's Blastoff: Charles De Gaulle
Soviet — Chinese Dispute: Nikita Khrushchev, Mao Zedong
Soviet "Red" Riding Hood: China, Alexey Kosygin, Asia
Soviet's Wall Sentry: Berlin, Nikita Khrushchev
Spaceman Goes to Washington: space exploration
Space Platform? — We Already Have One: inflation, space exploration, cost of living
Space Race: Russia, space exploration
Space Race in Orbit: space exploration
Speak for Yourself Grom: Andrei Gromyko, China, United Nations
Speaking of the Election: Republican Party, California, Democratic Party, Richard Nixon
Speaking of Nuclear Bombs: Barry Goldwater, Lyndon Johnson, elections
Speaking of Target Areas: Nikita Khrushchev, Laos, John F. Kennedy
Special Delivery: John F. Kennedy, Congress
Special Delivery, Too!: John F. Kennedy, Congress, taxes
Speeding Train: railroad industry
Spider and the Fly: Mao Zedong, Nikita Khrushchev, Fidel Castro
Spirit of Lincoln: Abraham Lincoln, United Nations, Charles De Gaulle, Cyprus, peace
Spirit We Need Today: George Washington
Spring Bonnet: taxes, inflation, Vietnam War, economy, cost of living, Lyndon Johnson, government spending
Spring Cleaning Time: foreign policy, Fidel Castro, Nikita Khrushchev, Brazil
Steel Talks: steel industry, unions
Steering Clear of Everything: Lyndon Johnson, Congress, taxes, Vietnam War, inflation, Great Society
Stepchild of the Penna Family: taxes
Still Knocking: China, United Nations
Still on LBJ's "First Term": Hubert Humphrey, Lyndon Johnson, Robert F. Kennedy
Still No Answer at the Door: China, United Nations, India, Pakistan, Indonesia
Still Puffing Away: steel industry, economy, strikes
Still Waiting: Congress, civil rights
Sting Blow to Fidel: Fidel Castro, Venezuela, Cuba, Raul Leoni
Stockings Were Hung by the Chimney With Care: nuclear weapons, peace (1960)
Stop Fighting! Let's Talk: United Nations, U. Thant, peace, Vietnam War
Storm and Shadow: Congo, U. Thant, United Nations
Stormy Sea in State: John F. Kennedy, Democratic Party, Republican Party, New Frontier
Strain on the Poll Vaulter (LBJ): violence, civil rights, taxes, Great Society, Vietnam War, Lyndon Johnson
Strain on the Poll Vaulter (Nixon): Richard Nixon, Vietnam War, elections, peace
Strategic Arms Limiting Talks: peace, nuclear weapons, Richard Nixon, Leonid Ilyich Brezhnev
Strength of Test: Cuba, United Nations, John F. Kennedy, Nikita Khrushchev, peace
Striking Back With Fury: Muslims, Algeria, violence, terrorism
Striking for His Country and Life: Vietnam War, Russia, armed forces
Strong Man and His Problems: trucking industry, Teamsters, Jimmy Hoffa
Sudden Loud Exclamation May Start an Avalanche: peace, disarmament, nuclear weapons, John F. Kennedy, Nikita Khrushchev
Suddenly It Came Alive: taxes, Congress, Lyndon Johnson, Britain
Summer Heat Wave: communism, Robert McNamara, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam War, Lyndon Johnson
Summertime in Washington: gun control, Congress
Summit Rehearsal: Khrushchev, John F. Kennedy, Harold Macmillan, Charles De Gaulle
Sun is Shining Brighter: Canada, Pearson, nuclear weapons, John F. Kennedy
Sunday — Day of Mourning: Robert F. Kennedy (1968)
Support from Hubert Humphrey on the Vietnam War: Hubert Humphrey, Vietnam War, Richard Nixon
Surely You Don't Mean Our Billy?: Congress, Democratic Party, Billie Sol Estes
Surgery Wave: Winston Churchill
Sweet Land of Liberty: Congress, unions, strikes
Swallowing Up the Ocean to Save Himself from Drowning: Lyndon Johnson
Swinging the Lantern: strikes, unions, Congress, Lyndon Johnson
Box 4 T
Tackling the Tough Old Turkey: Lyndon Johnson, civil rights, defense, taxes, space exploration
Take a Good Look: China, Vietnam War
Take a Good Look, Fidel: Fidel Castro, armed forces, Guatemala, Nicaragua
Take That Paper off the Table: United Nations, Andrei Gromyko, Congo, Adlai Stevenson, Dag Hammarskjold
Taking a Closer Look and: civil rights, Congress
Taking Off Again: airline industry, strikes
Taking the Family Out for a Stroll: John F. Kennedy, inflation, steel industry, railroad industry, unemployment, business
Talking About Me!: Cold War, John F. Kennedy, Harold Macmillan, disarmament, Berlin, Russia, Nikita Khrushchev
Tax Cut: taxes, John F. Kennedy
Tell Khrush How to Understand Peace: peace, Andrei Gromyko, Berlin, John F. Kennedy
Terrifying Demonstration: Nikita Khrushchev, Berlin, Germany
Terror Campaign Against Voters: Vietnam War, elections
Test for U Thant: United Nations, U. Thant, Soviet Union, Nikita Khrushchev
Testing the Public: Congress, thalidomide
Texan Look in Washington: Lyndon Johnson
Texas Cowboy: taxes, Congress, Vietnam War, Lyndon Johnson, Democratic Party
That Burning Fuse Again: Dominican Republic, Vietnam War
That Guy Needs a Strait Jacket: Mikoyan, Cuba, China, Nikita Khrushchev
That Limb Must be Cut: John F. Kennedy, Congress, Republican Party, budget
That One I'll Have to Lasso: economy, Congress, Lyndon Johnson, budet, Great Society
That's No Peace Dove: Asia, Vietnam War, Lyndon Johnson
That's Sweet Music to Me: communism, students, Cuba, Fidel Castro, demonstrations
Three Years After Test Ban: nuclear weapons
They're Off: Republican Party, Barry Goldwater, Democratic Party, Lyndon Johnson
There's a Big Gap in This Table: defense, Robert McNamara
There's a Santa Claus!: Cuba, Fidel Castro
This I Gotta See: taxes, John F. Kennedy
This is Your Freedom: U.S. Flag, Bill of Rights
This Would be Uncle Sam's Biggest Bang: Nikita Khrushchev, nuclear weapons
Three-Headed Peace Maker (Moscow Style): Nikita Khrushchev, nuclear weapons
Throw Out the Old, Bring in the New: welfare, Richard Nixon
Throwing in His Own Card: Nikita Khrushchev, Congo, United Nations, disarmemenet
The Tiger on the Loose: crime
Tightrope Walker: Richard Nixon, anti-missile systems, Russia, China, Leonid Ilyich Brezhnev
To the Rescue: Lyndon Johnson, steel industry, strikes
Toast to Tragedy: traffic fatalities
Tobacco Road: smoking, cancer
Too Many Fuses Burning: war, Iraq, Cuba, Latin America, nuclear weapons
Tornado Aftermath: Illinois, natural disasters
Tough Nest Eggs: peace, Lyndon Johnson, Ho Chi Minh, Mao Zedong, United Nations
Tough World Series: Richard Nixon, Vietnam War, demonstrations
Train to San Francisco: Barry Goldwater, William Scranton, Republican Party
Travelling Salesman and the Hawks: China, Vietnam, Lyndon Johnson, peace, freedom, prosperity
Tribute to Sir Winston Churchill: Winston Churchill (1964)
Trick or Treat!: voting, Barry Goldwater, Lyndon Johnson, Republic Party, Democratic Party
Trimming His Communist Beard: Fidel Castro, Brazil, economy
Trouble Shooter: United Nations, U. Thant, Congo, Moise Tshombe
Truce Talks Collapsed: peace, Vietnam War
Trying for a Homerun Record: Walter Reuther, United Auto Workers, strikes
Trying Hard to Lose His Shadow: John F. Kennedy, taxes, unemploymenet, government spending
Trying to Get It Together: United Nations, U. Thant, Moise Tshombe, Congo
Trying to Hatch It (U. Thant): U. Thant, United Nations, Nikita Khrushchev
Trying to Hatch It ("JFK" and "Congress Egg"): United Nations, Congress, John F. Kennedy
Trying to Put Them to Sleep!: taxes, government spending, Congress
Trying Hard to Rope' em: Lyndon Johnson, Congress, civil rights, taxes, budget, government spending
Trying to Sidetrack It: railroad industry, strikes, Lyndon Johnson
Trying to Wash His Hands of It: Lyndon Johnson, Walter Jenkins
The TV Weather Eye Satellite Reporter: television, weather, space exporation
`Twas the Night Before Christmas ("The World"): peace
`Twas the Night Before Christmas" ("Ike"): Dwight Eisenhower, peace
T'was the Week After Christmas: taxes
Twentieth Century Foot Race: automation, progress, jobs
Twenty-fifth Anniversary of the Japanese Attack: World War II, Pearl Harbor (1966)
Twin Ships in Space Orbit: Nikita Khrushchev, space exploration
Two Views of LBJ: Lyndon Johnson, Great Society, Vietnam War
Box 5 U
U Thant in Cuba: Cuba, U. Thant, Fidel Castro, Soviet Union, nuclear weapons, Nikita Khrushchev
Un-American Committee Should Investigate These Words!: school prayer
Uncle Sam Gets a Tighter Grip: Social Security, taxes
Uncle Sam's Sore Neck: Honduras, Latin America
Uncle Sam's Sore Pains: peace, Dominican Republic, South America
Uncle Sam's Theme Song: taxes
Under the Mistletoe: United Nations, Adlai Stevenson, Nikita Khrushchev
Undue Hardship Case in Washington: taxes, Lyndon Johnson
Unexpected Space Flight: steel industry, John F. Kennedy
Unions Mud Throw: Lyndon Johnson, unions, railroad industry, Congress
United Nation's Day: United Nations, peace
United Nations Dove Flies to Cairo: U. Thant, United Nations, Middle East
United Nation's Dove of Peace: nuclear weapons, United Nations, Arthur Goldberg, China, Rhodesia, Indonesia
United Nations Dove Stays On: United Nations, U. Thant
United Nations Missionary: Dag Hammarskjold, United Nations, Congo, Krhuschev
United Nation's Mother Hubbard: Congo, Dag Hammarskjold, Nikita Khrushchev
United Nations Peace Dove and the Hawk: Arthur Goldberg, peace, Andrei Gromyko, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam War
United Nations Peace Dove Flies Home: U. Thant, peace, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam War, China
United Nations Peace Efforts: Middle East, United Nations, peace, Lyndon Johnson, Leonid Ilyich Brezhnev
United Nations' Santa's Black Eyes: United Nations, Adlai Stevenson, Congo
United Nations' Smoke Clouds: U. Thant, United Nations, Congo
United States and Soviet Space Flights: space exploration, Soviet Union
United States Big Load Fighting Communists: Vietnam War, Robert McNamara
United States Big Step to the Moon: space exploration
United States the Breadwinner: hunger
United States Greatest Production in Orbit: television, space exploration
United States New Course: Soviet Union, Berlin, espionage
United States Position in Vietnam: Vietnam War, China, Dean Rusk, Congress, nuclear weapons
United States Stars of Space Progress: space exploration, Nikita Khrushchev
United States "Weather Eye" Photographer: weather, space exploration
Unity Shattered: Black Power
Up and Around: inflation, cost of living, Vietnam War
Unrest Troubles and Problems: Cuba, Latin America, poverty, Argentina, Guatemala
Unsmiling Faces: freedom, nuclear weapons, peace, Cuba
Box 5 V
V — Day for Ludwig Erhard's Party: Ludwig Erhard, Christianity
Vengeance or Justice?: Holocaust, Adolf Eichmann
Verdict — "Guilty": Jack Ruby, John F. Kennedy
Veteran's Counteroffensive: armed forces, demonstrations, Vietnam War, Richard Nixon
Veteran's Day: armed forces
Vice President's Protest: Spiro T. Agnew, Richard Nixon, Vietnam War, television, journalism
Viet and Western Fronts: Vietnam War, riots, Watts
Vietcong Nine Lives: Vietnam War, Lyndon Johnson, peace, Ho
Viet Cong's Violations Could be Used: Vietnam War, Richard Nixon
Vietnam Duel: Dean Rusk, Wayne Morse, Vietnam War
Vietnam Election Observer: democracy, elections, Vietnam War
Vietnam Heat Wave: Vietnam War, Ho Chi Minh, communism
Vietnam Jigsaw Puzzle: Vietnam War, Lyndon Johnson
Vietnam's Hunting Season: communism, Vietnam War
View from Capitol Hill: Congress, civil rights
View of World Armament Race: nuclear weapons, peace
Volcano Eruption of Destruction: natural diasters, Philipines
Box 5 W
Waiting for a Southern Break: Barry Goldwater, civil rights
Wake Up — Here It Comes: John F. Kennedy, Congress
Wales Slide Tragedy: Wales (1966)
Walking the Police Dog: Walter Ulbricht, Nikita Khrushchev, Lyndon Johnson, Berlin
Walking the Tightrope: Lyndon Johnson, Vietnam War, Dominican Republic
Wall of Shame: Berlin, riots, Nikita Khrushchev
Wall Should Come Down, Too: Berlin, Harold Macmillan, John F. Kennedy, Nikita Khrushchev, nuclear weapons
Wanted: A Big Push: Kenndy, Congress
War in Washington: Lyndon Johnson, Vietnam War, Jacob Javits, J. William Fulbright
Warmonger: John F. Kennedy, Nikita Khrushchev
Warm — Up for Returning to Private Life: Dwight Eisenhower
Warm Up on Cold War: Andrei Gromyko, Dean Rusk, Congress, Laos, Congo, disarmament
War's End in Sight?" riots, civil rights, Vietnam War
Washington Balancer: Great Society, Lyndon Johnson, Congress, Vietnam War
Washington Balancing Act: taxes, Great Society, Vietnam War, Congress
Washington Ball Game: Congress, John F. Kennedy
Washington Bumblebee: Congress, Lyndon Johnson, government spending, inflation
Washington Dome: Congress, John F. Kennedy
Washington Round — Up Time: Lyndon Johnson, budget, defense
Washington Rump Session: Congress, John F. Kennedy
Washington Showdown: taxes, Congress, Lyndon Johnson
Washington Superman: Great Society, Lyndon Johnson, Vietnam War, J. William Fulbright, Congress
Washington Woodchopper: taxes, government spending, John F. Kennedy, Congress, economy
Washington's Broken Record: Dirksen, unions, right to work law
Washington's Heat: John F. Kennedy, Congress, civil rights
Washington's Magic Carpet: Social Security, Lyndon Johnson, Congress, taxes
Washington's Strain on the Back: USS Pueblo, Lyndon Johnson, North Korea, Vietnam War
Washington's Tree Pot: taxes, government spending, Congress, Great Society, Lyndon Johnson
Washington's Whirlwind Pace: Nikita Khrushchev, New Frontier, John F. Kennedy
Watch on Miami and Caribbean: Fidel Castro, Cuba
Watch Out for the Pitfall: China, Vietnam War, communism
Watch What You Say: China, Soviet Union, Alexey Kosygin
Watchful Vulture: Vietnam War, Philippines, peace, Lyndon Johnson
Watching the Candid Camera: space exploration, George Washington
Watching the Clock: Congress, elections, John F. Kennedy
Watching the Dark Clouds: Cold War, Nikita Khrushchev, Mao Zedong, China, Soviet Union, nuclear weapons
Watching the Explosive Unrest: Vietnam War, violence, terrorism
Watching the Thermometer: civil rights
We Are Winning the War Slowly: Robert McNamara, Vietnam War
We Can Build Walls, Too: Russia, espionage
We'll Get Him Under Control: nuclear weapons, Nikita Khrushchev, Lyndon Johnson, disarmament
We'll Have to Dive in Soon: taxes, John F. Kennedy
Well! Well! Did You Fall Off: disarmament, Nikita Khrushchev, Dean Rusk
We Must Retain Control of Our Policy: Cuba, John F. Kennedy
We Pray You Save Us from Ourselves: religion
We Seek No Wider War: Vietnam War, Lyndon Johnson
We're Going to Bury Him Yet: Chou, Mao Zedong, Nikita Khrushchev, Tito, communism
We're Happy that Ike is a Pennsylvanian: Dwight Eisenhower, Pennsylvania
We're Ready for the Invasion: Fidel Castro, Cuba, Mao Zedong, Nikita Khrushchev
Western Troops Get Out of Divided City: Russia, Khrushcev, space exploration, Berlin
What a Beautiful Sunset: economy, poverty, propsperity, Lyndon Johnson, Appalachia
What a Strange Two-Headed Monster: Nikita Khrushchev, nuclear weapons, Russia
What are the Answers? (Dean Rusk): Dean Rusk, Andrei Gromyko, disarmament, nuclear weapons, peace
What are the Answers ("Massive Power Blackout, Plane Crashes"): aircraft accidents, power blackout, shipwrecks
What Am I Fighting For and Against?: communism, Vietnam War, Great Society
What Direction to Steer Clear: China, Vietnam War
What Happens When This Cork is Pulled?: Congress, nuclear weapons
What, No Sugar?: Cuba, Fidel Castro, Russia, trade
What's Ahead: economy
What's Ahead in Vietnam by November: armed forces, defense, Robert McNamara, Vietnam War
What's Ahead Now, Little Man?: New Year's (1965)
What's It Doing to Our Children?: television
What's Next? ("Cuban Crisis"): Nikita Khrushchev, Cuba, Berlin, Laos, Vietnam War, Iran
What's Next ("JFK" and "Vienna Agreement on Laos"): Laos, Berlin, John F. Kennedy, Nikita Khrushchev, Thailand
What's Next ("Kremlin Insincerity"): Berlin
What's That — A Real Bomb?: Mao Zedong, China, John F. Kennedy, Nikita Khrushchev, nuclear weapons
What's the Answer?: riots, New Jersey, Ohio, Pennsylvania
What's the Rush?: Congress
What's Yours?: taxes
When a Fellow Needs a Lift: graduates, education, jobs
When a Fellow Needs a Friend: school dropouts, jobs, education
When Pigs Fly: Nikita Khrushchev, Fidel Castro, Richard Nixon, John F. Kennedy
Where Do We Go from Here?: peace, Soviet Union, nuclear weapons
Where's My Communist Friend?: Fidel Castro, Cuba, hungar, economy
Whew — That Was Just a Little Too Close: Charles De Gaulle
Which Bucket is Victory?: Republican Party, M.C. Smith, Richard Nixon, Henry Cabot Lodge, Jr., Harold Stassen, Nelson Rockefeller, Barry Goldwater
Which is Your Choice?: Democratic Party, Republican Party, voting
Which Road to Starting Point: John F. Kennedy, NATO, Soviet Union, China, Africa, Cuba
While Our Boys Die in Vietnam: Vietnam War, demonstrations, China, Ho
While We Enjoy Our Holidays: Labor Day, Vietnam War
Whirling Dervish: Egypt, Israle, Middle East, Suez Canal
White House Astronaut: space exploration, forieng aid, economy, John F. Kennedy, Congress
White House Baker: Congress, Lyndon Johnson
White House Chef: Lyndon Johnson, foreign policy
White House "Club": Lyndon Johnson, business, aluminum industry
White House Portrait: Lyndon Johnson, economy, defense, employment
White House Santa: John F. Kennedy, South America, foreign policy
White House Skier: Great Society, Lyndon Johnson, Congress
Who's Going to Control the Button: nuclear weapons
Who's Going to Put Out the Fire: United Nations, Cyprus, U. Thant, Makarios III
Who's Going to Save Me?: taxes
Who's Next?: Dominicna Republic, Vietnam War, Colombia, Venezuela
Who's Winning?: civil rights, Congress
Why?: aircraft accidents
Why Can't We Be Friends?: Jawaharlal Nehru, Mao Zedong, China
Why Can't We Talk of Our Moon Trips?: Berlin, nuclear weapons, John F. Kennedy, Khrushcev
Why Fight Over Berlin?: Berlin, Khrushchev, nuclear weapons
Why We're Misunderstood: television
Widening the Viet War: Vietnam War, Ho Chi Minh, Lyndon Johnson, peace
Will it be Sidetracked: Congress, railroad industry, strikes
Will it Bite the Hand that Feeds Him: foreign aid
Will the Train Stop: Congress, railroad industry, strikes
The Winner: Georges Pompidou, France, Charles De Gaulle, elections
Winning the Politicians Award: taxes, Congress
Winston's Birthday Smoke: Winston Churchill
Woman Scorned: natural diasaster, Texas, Louisana
World Angers (dangers of war): Berlin, Nikita Khrushchev, nuclear weapons
World Angers ("Super Bomb Blast"): Nikita Khrushchev, nuclear weapons
World Mourns: Pope John XXIII
World Series: Ho Chi Minh, Soviet Union, Lyndon Johnson, Vietnam War
World of Today: China, Vietnam War, George Washington
World's "Atomic Club" Member: Charles De Gaulle, nuclear weapons, Mao Zedong, Nikita Khrushchev
World's Population Growing: United Nations, population
World's Public Servant Goes Home: Hebert Hoover (1964)
Worthwhile Contribution: Pennslyvania, charity
Writing on the Wall: United Nations, Greece, Turkey, Cyprus
Box 5 Y
Yaaa — The Last Nuclear Test. So There!: nuclear weapons, Nikita Khrushchev, disarmament
You Better Let Me Fix It: poverty, politicians
You Came Here as a "Courageous Warrior": Nikita Khrushchev, Gamal Abdel Nasser, Egypt, peace
You Must Get Back into the Bottle: John F. Kennedy, nuclear weapons
You Got Our Message, Nikita: Germany, Nikita Khrushchev
You'll Have to Bury Him: Alexey Kosygin, Nikita Khrushchev, China
Young Man's Competitor: automation, graduates
You're in a Tough Spot: steel industry, economy, strikes
You're Pretty With That Lovely Ribbon: Congress, nuclear weapons
You're Quarantined!: John F. Kennedy, Cuba, Nikita Khrushchev, Fidel Castro
Your Country Needs You: John F. Kennedy, Republican Party

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