Cartoons from the Inter-War period in Punch
Autolycus, U.S.A. Uncle Sam. "Now, that's real disappointing. I'd set my heart on that skeleton." Shade of Shakespeare. "But all the same I should feel more comfortable if it was insured."
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- United States of America Cartoons, Interwar Cartoons: 1919-1939