Ferman Martin Political Cartoons
The Ferman Martin Political Cartoons consist of 7 boxes of undated hand drawn political cartoons from across Martin's career. Subjects of the cartoons include World War II, the Cold War, state and local issues, and more.
- 20th Century
- Martin, Ferman Cicero, 1899-1977 (Person)
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6 linear feet (6 linear feet in 7 boxes)
Ferman Martin (1899-1977) was a political cartoonist, joining the Houston Chronicle in 1937. Subjects of his cartoons include World War II, the Cold War, state and local issues, and more.
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