Cartoon of Ken Ford as part of a newspaper AP Newsfeature. The artwork also describes John “Model-T” Ford, Ken’s older brother, and Sammy Baugh, Ken’s tutor at Hardin-Simmons University. The image has been autographed by Ken Ford.
Ink drawings of male figures, mostly naked or wearing loincloths, depicting action in the human form. There are handwritten notes in pencil around the drawings, with arrows pointing to different parts of each drawing.
Compilation of political and advertising cartoons, depicting caricatures of angels, African-Americans, and Nazis. The compilation also includes non-caricature sketches of men, women, automobiles, and a small, one-story house.
Caricature drawings of various humanoid figures drawn by Roy Crane, Jr., including a giant grim reaper skeleton following behind an automobile driving down a mountainside, with notes handwritten on and around the drawings.