Eau Claire Rotary Club Records, 1925-1975

Contents List

Container Title
M2001-178
Part 1 (M2001-178): Original Collection, 1976-1989, undated
Physical Description: 1.0 c.f. (1 flat box) 
Arrangement of the Materials: Chronological.
Box   1
Item   1
Leo Suycott, “Blue Blood Cross of Wisconsin,” June 15, 1976
Box   1
Item   2
Wisconsin optometrists, June 19, 1977
Box   1
Item   3
Youth Offender Act, March 23, 1977
Box   1
Item   4
Lobbyists, narrow interests, and other mongrel politics, October 19, 1978
Box   1
Item   5
Constitutional Convention and abortion issue, February 1, 1979
Box   1
Item   6
“Democratic” style social welfare budget, February 14, 1979
Box   1
Item   7
Dreyfus budget and state spending, March 8, 1979
Box   1
Item   8
Medicaid spending, March 18, 1979
Box   1
Item   9
State transportation department, April 26, 1979
Box   1
Item   10
“When they said 'thrill to northern Wisconsin,' they weren't kidding!”, May 10, 1979
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Item   11
State business, state employees, and 50 mph speed limit, May 23, 1979
Box   1
Item   12
Stronger bond between Milwaukee and the governor's office, June 21, 1979
Box   1
Item   13
50 mph speed limit proposal, December 17, 1979
Box   1
Item   14
Ten percent bail rule, January 24, 1980
Box   1
Item   15
Dreyfus coal plan and environment, March 2, 1980
Box   1
Item   16
Senator Proxmire lawsuit settlement, March 26, 1980
Box   1
Item   17
Public defender program, April 30, 1980
Box   1
Item   18
Transportation fund for snowmobile trails, May 4, 1980
Box   1
Item   19
“Across-the-board cuts is the only way,” August 3, 1980
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Item   20
“Some guy from Wisconsin wants to check your books for excess profits!”, July 10, 1981
Box   1
Item   21
Thin revenue supplies, July 24, 1981
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Item   22
Shabaz and federal judgeship, August 7, 1981
Box   1
Item   23
Mayor Sludge, August 13, 1981
Box   1
Item   24
State Justice Department Budget and crime, August 13, 1981
Box   1
Item   25
Wisconsin football program, August 20, 1981
Box   1
Item   26
Federal aid cuts and state programs sacrifice, August 27, 1981
Box   1
Item   27
Social services, Dreyfus budget, and Joint Finance Committee budget, November 11, 1981
Box   1
Item   28
Partisan politics and court reapportionment, June 13, 1982
Box   1
Item   29
Wood, Schreiber, Earl, and State Democratic Convention, June 15, 1982
Box   1
Item   30
Greenfield and nude dancing, March 25, 1983
Box   1
Item   31
Milwaukee County sheriff's department, March 28, 1983
Box   1
Item   32
Prison site in Milwaukee, April 15, 1983
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Item   33
Joint Finance Committee and merit-based pay for University of Wisconsin professors, May 1, 1983
Box   1
Item   34
ERA and procedural politics, November 17, 1983
Box   1
Item   35
Jack Kemp and NRA, May 29, 1984
Box   1
Item   36
Environmental impact/Report on prison, August 13, 1984
Box   1
Item   37
“This is your felony!”, March 14, 1985
Box   1
Item   38
Milwaukee County Supervisors and AIDS program, May 20, 1985
Box   1
Item   39
Wisconsin Bell, Wisconsin Electric, and Senator Kasten, May 22, 1985
Box   1
Item   40
Taverns and statewide raffle on behalf of Wisconsin football, June 5, 1985
Box   1
Item   41
Reagan and SALT II, June 11, 1985
Box   1
Item   42
“NASA Department of Whacky Stunts,” June 25, 1985
Box   1
Item   43
University of Wisconsin Boosters, July 8, 1985
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Item   44
Assembly Committee and liability exemption for tavern and party hosts, September 30, 1985
Box   1
Item   45
Official State Fossil, September 29, 1985
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Item   46
NRA and criminals, October 15, 1985
Box   1
Item   47
Famous quotations, October 21, 1985
Box   1
Item   48
Ed Garvey and cheap opportunism, June 17, 1986
Box   1
Item   49
NRA and gutless lawmakers, August 25, 1986
Box   1
Item   50
EPA and budget cuts, November 27, 1987
Box   1
Item   51
Congressman cutting money, December 1, 1987
Box   1
Item   52
The Ultimate Christmas Toy, Megabucks Toys, Inc., December 2, 1987
Box   1
Item   53
“Nobody's Gonna Make Me Wear a Seat Belt Fraternity,” December 3, 1987
Box   1
Item   54
Justice department, December 27, 1987
Box   1
Item   55
President and War Powers Act, April 20, 1988
Box   1
Item   56
Refund for Elvis concert tickets, December 22, 1988
Box   1
Item   57
Minimum wage hike, June 8, 1989
Box   1
Item   58
Indian treaty rights, August 30, 1989
Box   1
Item   59
Welfare-bum detector, September 19, 1989
Box   1
Item   60
Moderate maverick, undated
Box   1
Item   61
Budget veto and schools and municipalities, undated
Box   1
Item   62
“Wisconsin Society of Book Banners,” undated
Box   1
Item   63
Robert Kasten and “Phoney tax budget welfare issue,” undated
Box   1
Item   64
Elroy Hirsch recruiting and entertainment office, undated
Box   1
Item   65
Dreyfus tired of being waterboy, undated
Box   1
Item   66
Dreyfus veto of school spending increase, undated
M2002-006
Part 2 (M2002-006): Additions, 1972-1989, undated
Physical Description: 0.6 c.f. (1 flat box) 
Arrangement of the Materials: Chronological.
Box   1
Item   1
National presidential candidates and Wisconsin primary, March 26, 1972
Box   1
Item   2
Milwaukee police chief, “Tell those morals I am not amused,” December 1, 1972
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Item   3
Milwaukee police chief Harold Breier's lifetime position, January 22, 1973
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Item   4
Four panel on Dairy Lobby in Wisconsin, February 26, 1973
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Item   5
Milwaukee police chief Breier and budget, October 3, 1976
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Item   6
Rip-off leases of Indian mineral rights and Bureau of Indian Affairs, January 27, 1977
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Item   7
State Division of Health watch dog, October 20, 1977
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Item   8
Summerfest, July 9, 1978
Box   1
Item   9
Wisconsin Governor Lee Dreyfus and public defender program, June 27, 1980
Box   1
Item   10
Governor Dreyfus and possible Cabinet post, November 9, 1980
Box   1
Item   11
Governor Lee Dreyfus and gas tax proposal, December 14, 1980
Box   1
Item   12
Sliver tongue Shabaz (state senator), June 22, 1979
Box   1
Item   13
“Somebody oughta do something about that!”, State Assembly Saloon, February 1, 1981
Box   1
Item   14
Mayor Maier budget speech, February 19, 1981
Box   1
Item   15
Governor Lee Dreyfus and indirect tax increases, May 21, 1981
Box   1
Item   16
Milwaukee police chief Breier and cop brutality, October 14, 1981
Box   1
Item   17
“Bring me five loaves and two fishes,” University of Wisconsin-System, November 8, 1981
Box   1
Item   18
Unemployment and budget deficit and Governor elect Earl, January 4, 1982
Box   1
Item   19
Governor Lee Dreyfus tax plan, February 19, 1982
Box   1
Item   20
Concession monopoly and price gouging at Brewer games, March 5, 1982
Box   1
Item   21
Legislature and reapportionment, May 23, 1982
Box   1
Item   22
Six panel on Congressman Les Aspin and trade protectionism, October 22, 1982
Box   1
Item   23
State Senate OK's sex bill, May 5, 1983
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Item   24
“Good Grief! Now we'll have to start doing real police work!”, Wisconsin Abolishes Cohabitation Law, May 9, 1983
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Item   25
Budget and Taxes - State Legislature Houdini, May 10, 1983
Box   1
Item   26
State Senate with education funds, June 8, 1983
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Item   27
Monkey wrench into the state fiscal crisis, August 12, 1983
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Item   28
Water in the gas tank, August 21, 1983
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Item   29
Governor Tony Earl as Cinderella, September 21, 1983
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Item   30
State Senate phosphate curbs, October 9, 1983
Box   1
Item   31
Governor Tony Earl and the dairy lobby, November 7, 1983
Box   1
Item   32
Senator Robert Kasten, nerve gas production, November 11, 1983
Box   1
Item   33
Environmental Policy Act and State Supreme Court, December 4, 1983
Box   1
Item   34
“Just think of it as your contribution to unemployment compensation,” boondoggle “job” for defeated legislator, January 25, 1985
Box   1
Item   35
Packer sex case hearing must be open, June 28, 1985
Box   1
Item   36
Elroy Hirsch - University of Wisconsin academic standards
Box   1
Item   37
Anti-Obscenity Censorship Bill, November 3, 1985
Box   1
Item   38
Father Groppi was here, November 5, 1985
Box   1
Item   39
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee accuracy in academia patrol, November 24, 1985
Box   1
Item   40
Legislative residency bill for welfare relief
Box   1
Item   41
“Yoohoo! New Yorkers! Help re-elect Tony Earl, Governor of Wisconsin,” March 2, 1986
Box   1
Item   42
Senator Kasten and PAC-special interests, July 29, 1986
Box   1
Item   43
Banking lobby, Interstate Banking Bill, August 5, 1986
Box   1
Item   44
Milwaukee Mayor Maier and governor's race, September 13, 1986
Box   1
Item   45
War on drugs, September 14, 1986
Box   1
Item   46
Tommy Thompson - AFDC cuts, September 19, 1986
Box   1
Item   47
Green Bay Packers and Chicago Bears, September 24, 1986
Box   1
Item   48
Milwaukee County Chairman William O'Donnell and welfare, October 8, 1986
Box   1
Item   49
Tommy Thompson, “Who says I'm not constructive?”, October 19, 1986
Box   1
Item   50
Congress and Contra aid down the rat hole, October 20, 1986
Box   1
Item   51
“It's another bill for the thug squad of the old Breier police department,” November 19, 1986
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Item   52
Mandatory seat belt opponents, January 14, 1987
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Item   53
Three panel comment on Archbishop Weakland, February 10, 1987
Box   1
Item   54
Chiropractors' lobby, Mandated health insurance benefits, June 7, 1987
Box   1
Item   55
Tommy Thompson AFDC cuts, May 20, 1987
Box   1
Item   56
Filling Proxmire's shoes, August 28, 1987
Box   1
Item   57
AIDS virus kids, September 14, 1987
Box   1
Item   58
Reagan rationale against war powers act, September 23, 1987
Box   1
Item   59
Seat belt law amendments, October 25, 1987
Box   1
Item   60
“Learnfare” Tommy Thompson, October 27, 1987
Box   1
Item   61
Learnfare cutting AFDC benefits, November 15, 1987
Box   1
Item   62
Dumping trash on Father Groppi's grave, December 10, 1987
Box   1
Item   63
Drug enforcement penny-pinching, Coast Guard budget cuts, May 15, 1988
Box   1
Item   64
Learnfare cuts, little beggars, October 30, 1988
Box   1
Item   65
Patricia Goodrich, The grinch who stole Christmas, December 10, 1988
Box   1
Item   66
Economics 101, $20 University of Wisconsin student surcharge, April 5, 1989
Box   1
Item   67
Free speech - University of Wisconsin-Madison, April 16, 1989
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Item   68
Milwaukee Savings and Loan - racial prejudice, April 23, 1989
Box   1
Item   69
Brewers paying property taxes, May 18, 1989
Box   1
Item   70
Wisconsin legislature - gun control and smoking laws, May 28, 1989
Box   1
Item   71
Healthy start - Tommy Thompson as two-faced cow, September 10, 1989
Box   1
Item   72
Governor Lee Dreyfus and across the board tax cuts, undated
Box   1
Item   73
Mayor Maier and police crisis, undated
Box   1
Item   74
University of Wisconsin academics and Governor Earl no-pay raise, undated
Box   1
Item   75
Tommy Thompson election - state funding goodies, undated
M2003-013
Part 3 (M2003-013): Additions, 1977-1985
Physical Description: 0.4 c.f. (1 flat box) 
Scope and Content Note: Additions, 1977-1985, primarily relating to national political issues.
Arrangement of the Materials: Chronological.
Box   1
Item   1
President Jimmy Carter and the Electoral College, March 24, 1977
Box   1
Item   2
President Jimmy Carter and diplomacy, April 5, 1977
Box   1
Item   3
Unregulated lobbying with the legislature, April 24, 1977
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Item   4
Big Bank funds for personal use, June 17, 1977
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Item   5
International airport security, October 24, 1977
Box   1
Item   6
Congressional stance on welfare, November 28, 1977
Box   1
Item   7
President Jimmy Carter and the Economic Summit Meeting, circa 1977
Box   1
Item   8
Unemployment during Jimmy Carter's presidency, circa 1977
Box   1
Item   9
House Ways and Means Committee, circa 1977
Box   1
Item   10
Funds for “Draft Register Pardon Program,” circa 1977
Box   1
Item   11
CIA influence on universities, medical centers, and prisons, circa 1977
Box   1
Item   12
U.S. efforts to overthrow the government in Chile, March 22, 1978
Box   1
Item   13
NRA stance on new U.S. treasury system to trace stolen guns, May 22, 1978
Box   1
Item   14
Broadcasting media regulations, June 7, 1978
Box   1
Item   15
Kissinger and human rights criticism against Argentina, July 18, 1978
Box   1
Item   16
The effects of a voluntary inflation plan, October 26, 1978
Box   1
Item   17
President Jimmy Carter and the Anti-Inflation Program, November 15, 1978
Box   1
Item   18
Limits over China's “new found freedom,” December 3, 1978
Box   1
Item   19
De facto racial discrimination, May 16, 1979
Box   1
Item   20
Official revenge killing in the U.S., May 28, 1979
Box   1
Item   21
Congressional support of racial busing ban, July 26, 1979
Box   1
Item   22
William O. Douglas and civil rights and civil liberties, January 22, 1980
Box   1
Item   23
Marquette Dental School Admissions, February 28, 1980
Box   1
Item   24
Bureau of Indian Affairs, paternalism, March 10, 1980
Box   1
Item   25
Violence of the Miami Police Department, May 21, 1980
Box   1
Item   26
“State Judges Have a Right to Overrule Desegregation Orders,” Louisiana Judge, January 18, 1981
Box   1
Item   27
Tax Exemptions for segregated schools, January 15, 1982
Box   1
Item   28
Argentine aggression and historic Latin claim, June 17, 1982
Box   1
Item   29
Reactions to studying acid rain, February 6, 1984
Box   1
Item   30
President Ronald Reagan and Whittaker Chambers, February 26, 1984
Box   1
Item   31
CIA presence in Nicaragua, March 12, 1984
Box   1
Item   32
Low interest and house-sale profits provide U.S. with a false sense of security, March 18, 1984
Box   1
Item   33
Improper use of PAC money, May 1, 1984
Box   1
Item   34
Big automobile executives and import quotas, May 6, 1984
Box   1
Item   35
Weinberger cuts in defense, May 6, 1984
Box   1
Item   36
Administration legal tactics to squash Affirmative Action, June 14, 1984
Box   1
Item   37
Central America, another Vietnam?, April 28, 1985
Box   1
Item   38
Birth control and an increasing global population problem, June 13, 1985
Box   1
Item   39
Reagan defense versus the Manhattan Project atomic scientists, July 18, 1985
Box   1
Item   40
President Ronald Reagan and South African General Botha, August 17, 1985
Box   1
Item   41
Reverend Jerry Falwell and the South African government arm in arm, August 25, 1985
Box   1
Item   42
Reaganomics deficit financing, September 6, 1985
Box   1
Item   43
Affirmative Action and local police departments, September 22, 1985
M2005-021
Part 4 (M2005-021): Additions, 1983-1991, undated
Physical Description: 0.2 c.f. (1 archives box) 
Arrangement of the Materials: Chronological.
Box   1
Item   1
“Take your changes with wolves,” undated
Box   1
Item   2
“This is not exactly the arrangement we had in mind!”, December 1983
Box   1
Item   3
“It's raining cats and dogs…”, January 16, 1987
Box   1
Item   4
“I love working Wisconsin!”, March 10, 1987
Box   1
Item   5
“O.K We need a sub for proximate,” September 3, 1987
Box   1
Item   6
“We've got the right idea, your honor,” September 1987
Box   1
Item   7
“Where do the little beggars come from?”, March 21, 1989
Box   1
Item   8
Major League…, April 7, 1989
Box   1
Item   9
“All in favor of giving him your bill,” June 21, 1989
Box   1
Item   10
“Will that thing work?”, June 2, 1989
Box   1
Item   11
“51% of Milwaukee births to single female,” September 15, 1989
Box   1
Item   12
“If they ever return to the dark ages,” February 1, 1990
Box   1
Item   13
“Won't you be my Valentine?”, February 14, 1990
Box   1
Item   14
“Maybe a shot of valium would bring 'em out of it,” April 1, 1990
Box   1
Item   15
Office of Mayor, April 6, 1990
Box   1
Item   16
“You said she was ugly as sin!!”, May 10, 1990
Box   1
Item   17
“I love it! We vote for some of those things,” May 17, 1990
Box   1
Item   18
“Caught her crushing by hardware store 3 times…”, May 20, 1990
Box   1
Item   19
“Some cries are louder than others,” July 10, 1990
Box   1
Item   20
Private school “Choice”, August 9, 1990
Box   1
Item   21
The Over-the-hill gang plans one last caper, August 12, 1990
Box   1
Item   22
“Now! Let's practice a little restraint,” August 24, 1990
Box   1
Item   23
“What you don't know won't hurt us!”, September 1, 1991
Box   1
Item   24
“You are nothing but a dinosaur!”, September 9, 1990
Box   1
Item   25
“Loftus leads with a left jab!”, September 14, 1990
Box   1
Item   26
“Oop! Another Milwaukee Homicide,” October 6, 1990
Box   1
Item   27
“I have irrefutable proof…”, October 18, 1990
Box   1
Item   28
What the November ballot should like, October 31, 1990
Box   1
Item   29
“It's him again, Doc!”, November 2, 1990
Box   1
Item   30
“You want to keep this how in town?”, November 9, 1990
Box   1
Item   31
Ghost of Christmas, December 7, 1990
Box   1
Item   32
Thompson school spending limits, February 24, 1991
Box   1
Item   33
Wisconsin Supreme Court, March 10, 1991
Box   1
Item   34
“Remember boys...”, March 21, 1991
Box   1
Item   35
“You're my hero, Barry,” April 12, 1991
Box   1
Item   36
“Look, Kid, We ain't against education…”, April 16, 1991
Box   1
Item   37
“O.K. Scumbags! The jig is up!”, May 14, 1991
Box   1
Item   38
“Some people don't know…”, June 6, 1991
Box   1
Item   39
Luxury Skyboxes, July 11, 1991
Box   1
Item   40
“Some Waukesha politician wants an ethnic code for non-elected public officials,” July 18, 1991
Box   1
Item   41
“Speaking of missing body parts…”, July 31, 1991
Box   1
Item   42
“Get a bigger nursery!”, August 11, 1991
Box   1
Item   43
Pop!, undated
M2006-004
Part 5 (M2006-004): Additions, 1985-1991, undated
Physical Description: 0.1 c.f. (25 drawings in 1 folder) 
Arrangement of the Materials: Chronological.
Folder   1
Item   1
“Hey Wisconsin! Think good thoughts...”
Folder   1
Item   2
Office of the Mayor
Folder   1
Item   3
“PSST, Alderman McGee...”
Folder   1
Item   4
Catholic Church Abortion Doctrine
Folder   1
Item   5
“You were right--it was too cold!”, February 4, 1985
Folder   1
Item   6
Bradley Center, December 6, 1985
Folder   1
Item   7
Donald Hanaway, January 31, 1987
Folder   1
Item   8
“Listen, I'm no egomaniac!”, October 31, 1988
Folder   1
Item   9
“Dress code for Kenosha city officials,” December 7, 1988
Folder   1
Item   10
“...Arnold...in favor of a dog track!”, January 24, 1989
Folder   1
Item   11
Tavern League, March 3, 1989
Folder   1
Item   12
Ralph Adam Fine and Right Wing, March 19, 1989
Folder   1
Item   13
Low Income Wage Earners, October 24, 1989
Folder   1
Item   14
Milwaukee Inner City, “Quick more band-aids...”, July 17, 1990
Folder   1
Item   15
Reverend Moody, “I'll sell my soul...”, July 18, 1990
Folder   1
Item   16
Bemenek, July 24, 1990
Folder   1
Item   17
McGee and Hussein, September 13, 1990
Folder   1
Item   18
“Racing Dogs?”, September 18, 1990
Folder   1
Item   19
DNR and State Park Attendance, September 23, 1990
Folder   1
Item   20
“Bush May Dump Dan...”, October 10, 1990
Folder   1
Item   21
Johnson Controls and Gender Discrimination, March 21, 1991
Folder   1
Item   22
The Princess and the Pea, April 9, 1991
Folder   1
Item   23
Assembly Passes Law Renaming Bowling Alleys, April 21, 1991
Folder   1
Item   24
“What did Mr. McGee do for us today?”, May 16, 1991
Folder   1
Item   25
“Summerfest Water Contaminated,” June 16, 1991
M2006-031
Part 6 (M2006-031): Additions, 1977-1991, undated
Physical Description: 0.4 c.f. (66 drawings in 1 archives box) 
Arrangement of the Materials: Chronological.
Box   1
Item   1
Police union prepares to get attention of Milwaukee taxpayers
Box   1
Item   2
Man going to polling place as women comment
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Item   3
Milwaukee County supervisors take an ethics vote
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Item   4
Behind the scenes at the United States Postal Service
Box   1
Item   5
Legislator and assorted loonies approach newspaper writer, March 6, 1977
Box   1
Item   6
Cleaning woman approaching County judge's quarters, June 2, 1977
Box   1
Item   7
“I didn't know there were any other dinosaurs around,” June 12, 1977
Box   1
Item   8
Legislator dressed as superhero runs the wrong way, as cartoonist comments, August 31, 1977
Box   1
Item   9
Runaway costs and payment cuts lead to patient's lynching, September 15, 1977
Box   1
Item   10
County supervisors rob family at Milwaukee Zoo, November 22, 1977
Box   1
Item   11
“Never do today what you should have done yesterday, if you can put it off till tomorrow and get away with it,” March 10, 1978
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Item   12
“Oh kind sir-would you please give me and my lamb a lift to the big City?”, March 15, 1978
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Item   13
County judge makes a ruling while cartoonist comments, May 29, 1978
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Item   14
“O.K., Mr. Burger-I've taken another look and still say it's a skunk!”, June 4, 1978
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Item   15
Republican mascot visits candidate in hospital, September 14, 1978
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Item   16
Chief walks away from Milwaukee Fire and Police commission, having shot up proposed changes, September 21, 1978
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Item   17
Archer's arrow finds its mark beyond fortress walls, January 22, 1979
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Item   18
Cartoonist questions Henry Maier-in four panels, February 4, 1979
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Item   19
A meeting of the Hydrogen-Bomb-Have-Nots results in a vote being taken, March 22, 1979
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Item   20
Free press brought as sacrifice to National Security by Supreme Court judge, April 2, 1979
Box   1
Item   21
Republican mascot approaches Democratic mascot bartender, September 16, 1979
Box   1
Item   22
Milwaukee mayor as Linus van Pelt, Snoopy looking on, October 10, 1979
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Item   23
Milwaukee county sheriff scolding motorists, November 29, 1979
Box   1
Item   24
Politico as overly-protective mother shields candidates, January 11, 1980
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Item   25
Mayor fastens himself into his chair, February 18, 1980
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Item   26
Police and handcuffed citizens approach office of circuit judge, February 20, 1980
Box   1
Item   27
Mayor and other politico seated on mountaintop amidst rising waters, February 21, 1980
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Item   28
Mayor stuck in tree, March 13, 1980
Box   1
Item   29
Cartoonist comments to police chief as squad car with burning cross passes, March 29, 1980
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Item   30
Mayor as runner commenting on outcome of race, April 2, 1980
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Item   31
Judge at bench with enormous pacifier, April 17, 1980
Box   1
Item   32
Lawyer and blackened judge plea in front of State Supreme Court, June 19, 1980
Box   1
Item   33
Leonid Brezhnev and large Russian bear approach world leaders, June 24, 1980
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Item   34
Mayor warms up while behemoth of City Personnel Costs waits in boxing ring, August 29, 1980
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Item   35
Milwaukee County Executive dressed as Ronald McDonald, September 12, 1980
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Item   36
Standing man with credit card-spoof of American Express advertisements, October 7, 1980
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Item   37
Legislature as Santa Claus carries away lobbyists as harlot, kids question, December 4, 1980
Box   1
Item   38
Selling property tax relief out of back of pickup truck, March 14, 1982
Box   1
Item   39
Physicians seated on money satchel scold man lighting cigarette, March 21, 1982
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Item   40
Inmate speaks to young prisoner in jail, August 19, 1982
Box   1
Item   41
Discussing shortage of ballots-in four panels, November 8, 1984
Box   1
Item   42
Senator and Legislator argue about seatbelts versus airbags as Grim Reaper looks on, March 19, 1982
Box   1
Item   43
Politicians and religious leaders digging up Censorship law, February 12, 1988
Box   1
Item   44
Minimum wage bill as Ebenezer Scrooge, March 14, 1988
Box   1
Item   45
Congressmen vote to appear tough on drugs, cartoonist comments, September 25, 1988
Box   1
Item   46
Politicians sulk because Native American won't trade treaty rights, October 7, 1989
Box   1
Item   47
Thugs comment on politician's drug crackdown, January 23, 1990
Box   1
Item   48
State Assembly is beholden to the gun lobby, February 8, 1990
Box   1
Item   49
Giving out awards for “Learnfare,” March 21, 1990
Box   1
Item   50
Inner city schools are robbed by Choice Plan for private schools, March 25, 1990
Box   1
Item   51
Disability Rights Bill avoids a purposeful pothole, May 24, 1990
Box   1
Item   52
Statue of Liberty discovers politicians burning Bill of Rights, June 19, 1990
Box   1
Item   53
The costly Learnfare program is misdiagnosed by the Governor, August 2, 1990
Box   1
Item   54
Inner City problems held hostage by Drug and Crime worries, August 18, 1990
Box   1
Item   55
Governor tells the public a fairy tale, October 21, 1990
Box   1
Item   56
Little lady hits giant hand gun with purse, November 29, 1990
Box   1
Item   57
Taxpayers are marched through Hell, December 28, 1990
Box   1
Item   58
Governor plays air guitar, January 9, 1991
Box   1
Item   59
“Dumb-Dumb bullets in the battle against gun control,” April 13, 1991
Box   1
Item   60
Politicians appear before Godfather and Grim Reaper, May 10, 1991
Box   1
Item   61
Taxpayers are not told the cost of new baseball stadium, May 17, 1991
Box   1
Item   62
Fat man arrested on the beach, June 2, 1991
Box   1
Item   63
Urban problems look on as young man walks along street, July 17, 1991
Box   1
Item   64
Politician and Frankenstein's monster seated on courthouse steps, July 19, 1991
Box   1
Item   65
Stadium backers drink a toast after trampling taxpayer, July 21, 1991
Box   1
Item   66
Fox Point Village Board handing out bag of money in sexual fondling case, August 15, 1991
M2007-041
Part 7 (M2007-041): Additions, 1985-1989, undated
Physical Description: 0.1 c.f. (24 drawings in 1 folder) 
Folder   1
Item   1
Gary Goyke Lobbyist I, February 26, 1988
Folder   1
Item   2
Greater Milwaukee Baseball-For-The-Rich Committee, June 27, 1988
Folder   1
Item   3
Union Carbide: Stockholders' Club, February 16, 1989
Folder   1
Item   4
“What do you make of Gorbachev?”, January 26, 1986
Folder   1
Item   5
Administration Laser Hype, October 7, 1985
Folder   1
Item   6
“You have to blow in here before...”, August 29, 1987
Folder   1
Item   7
“Start Packing, Mildred! I'm moving my plant to Wisconsin!”, February 1, 1987
Folder   1
Item   8
Madam Common Council's House of Aldermanic Privilege, July 3, 1986
Folder   1
Item   9
6 day Delay in recall of contaminated ice cream, August 16, 1986
Folder   1
Item   10
New Item: China, Wisconsin to exchange wild bird species, October 23, 1986
Folder   1
Item   11
60-Day Residency Bill, February 10, 1986
Folder   1
Item   12
“Hi, there! It's folksy Tony here, to tell you Wisconsin is better today...”, February 7, 1986
Folder   1
Item   13
1985 Tax-Cut Politics, January 7, 1986
Folder   1
Item   14
Welcome! State Democratic Convention, June 15, 1986
Folder   1
Item   15
“Let's stick around and watch him pull an elephant out of the hat!”, November 8, 1986
Folder   1
Item   16
First Annual 'Zip' Awards
Folder   1
Item   17
Anti-Obscenity Legislators
Folder   1
Item   18
“He's sure got rhythm hasn't he?”, January 6, 1989
Folder   1
Item   19
“Fear not! I'll slay yon dragon with my trusty bow and arrow!”
Folder   1
Item   20
“Rip Van Bushwinkle awakens to discover a new world!”, September 4, 1988
Folder   1
Item   21
Herb Kohl tosses his hat into the ring, May 13, 1988
Folder   1
Item   22
Micheal Deaver guilty-no prison term, September 27, 1988
Folder   1
Item   23
“But daddy bigbucks! You said I had your word on it!”, February 1, 1988
Folder   1
Item   24
“God told Pat Robertson, he should be president. But forgot to tell the voters!”, March 10, 1988
M2008-037
Part 8 (M2008-037): Additions, 1968-1985, undated
Physical Description: 0.1 c.f. (59 drawings in 1 folder) 
Folder   1
Item   1
“Ok, Dick, we got that dragon that was scratching at your door!”, October 14, 1968
Folder   1
Item   2
“Won't you be my valentine?”, February 14, 1969
Folder   1
Item   3
Another time, another cross, April 5, 1969
Folder   1
Item   4
Arms Control proposal, July 8, 1969
Folder   1
Item   5
“Yes, sir! If I had money I'd be happy to invest with you!”, May 7, 1970
Folder   1
Item   6
“Why don't you resign, Rhodes”, June 18, 1970
Folder   1
Item   7
How long have you been a prisoner in the “tiger cage”?, July 10, 1970
Folder   1
Item   8
D.C. Crime package, July 26, 1970
Folder   1
Item   9
“Well, they said the new Post Office Department would be more efficient!”, March 30, 1971
Folder   1
Item   10
“This is all George Wallace's fault!”, November 15, 1972
Folder   1
Item   11
Chicago 7 convictions reversed, November 24, 1972
Folder   1
Item   12
“You Milwaukee Yokels Are Almost Up to My Standards!”, April 5, 1974
Folder   1
Item   13
“On second thought, hiring him wasn't such a good idea!”, July 14, 1974
Folder   1
Item   14
Four panel on CIA payoffs, February 24, 1976
Folder   1
Item   15
Milwaukee Community Policy Committee at Work, January 26, 1977
Folder   1
Item   16
Double Dipping “Security Coordinator” for H.E.W., February 2, 1977
Folder   1
Item   17
Legal Aid Society Public Defenders, February 19, 1977
Folder   1
Item   18
Congressional Pay Raise, March 29, 1977
Folder   1
Item   19
“Pardon me sir, would you like to be born again?”, May 5, 1977
Folder   1
Item   20
High School Literacy, June 5, 1977
Folder   1
Item   21
“Yes, sir! You can thank us for that boy being alive and well today!”, July 7, 1977
Folder   1
Item   22
Public Employee Strike, July 8, 1977
Folder   1
Item   23
Anti-Public Employee Strike Law, July 12, 1977
Folder   1
Item   24
“You sure they have an ear for music?”, August 8, 1977
Folder   1
Item   25
Nursing Home Abuses, September 4, 1977
Folder   1
Item   26
Wisconsin Archaic Divorce Law, September 18, 1977
Folder   1
Item   27
Maier's City Budget, September 23, 1977
Folder   1
Item   28
Out of sight----out of mind, October 12, 1977
Folder   1
Item   29
Crazy legs Carter! What happened?, October 26, 1977
Folder   1
Item   30
“Brilliant! Now we don't have to worry about rebuilding the dam!”, December 17, 1977
Folder   1
Item   31
Panama Canal Treaty nitpickers, February 24, 1978
Folder   1
Item   32
“You said you wanted to cure his headache didn't you?”, July 5, 1978
Folder   1
Item   33
“Sorry, you're not mentally or physically sick enough to fit into my system!”, July 22, 1978
Folder   1
Item   34
“It's a Shame Other Milwaukee Newspapers can't be like this!” August 14, 1978
Folder   1
Item   35
“I thought this art was usually performed with a bow and arrow”, October 16, 1978
Folder   1
Item   36
“Why don't you bums do an honest day's double dipping like us Milwaukee Circuit Judges?”, November 19, 1978
Folder   1
Item   37
Mickey Mouse Government Regulations, November 20, 1978
Folder   1
Item   38
“Step right up folks -- I'll tell ya what I'm a-gonna do!”, April 21, 1980
Folder   1
Item   39
“That's one less petty complaint we'll have to put with!”, March 12, 1981
Folder   1
Item   40
“What's going on dear?”, May 1, 1981
Folder   1
Item   41
“Rest assured human rights will not be a major factor in my arms policy!”, July 14, 1981
Folder   1
Item   42
“Undo the straps, Igor, and I'll give him a jolt!”, October 11, 1981
Folder   1
Item   43
“Here's the plan you ordered for winning a nuclear war, Chief!”, August 18, 1982
Folder   1
Item   44
“Listen, you want to find a prince - you have to kiss a few crocodiles!”, August 12, 1984
Folder   1
Item   45
“Ok, Ronnie! Sock it to those low-income suckers!”, December 14, 1984
Folder   1
Item   46
U.S. Justice Department - “Civil Rights Division! May I help you?”, April 5, 1985
Folder   1
Item   47
Reagan in Lotus Land, August 28, 1985
Folder   1
Item   48
“The thing I found most appealing about the free enterprise system ...”, undated
Folder   1
Item   49
Illegal Teachers Strike, undated
Folder   1
Item   50
Spending / Revenues, undated
Folder   1
Item   51
Four panel on Tax Reform, undated
Folder   1
Item   52
Four panel on Tax Revolt, undated
Folder   1
Item   53
FBI Indictments, undated
Folder   1
Item   54
“Sorry, we don't handle slum housing”, undated
Folder   1
Item   55
Federal Narcotics Laws, undated
Folder   1
Item   56
Nuclear Arms Jungle, undated
Folder   1
Item   57
“Well, I see it's about election time again!”, undated
Folder   1
Item   58
Breeder Reactors, undated
Folder   1
Item   59
Public School Integration, undated
M2008-126
Part 9 (M2008-126): Additions, 1987-1991, undated
Physical Description: 0.1 c.f. (26 drawings in 2 folders) 
Folder   1
Item   1
Milwaukee Common Council, May 29, 1987
Folder   1
Item   2
U.S. Constitution, October 11, 1987
Folder   1
Item   3
This is all the Cheese's Fault, October 19, 1987
Folder   1
Item   4
Desegregation, November 9, 1997
Folder   1
Item   5
Clash of the Super-Ego Men, November 10, 1987
Folder   1
Item   6
Of Mice and Men, November 24, 1987
Folder   1
Item   7
County Executive Race Gets Down to the Nitty Gritty, February 28, 1988
Folder   1
Item   8
Milwaukee County Judge, March 11, 1988
Folder   1
Item   9
Bud Selig, May 10, 1988
Folder   1
Item   10
Property values, May 9, 1988
Folder   1
Item   11
Milwaukee County Executives, August 31, 1988
Folder   1
Item   12
U.S. Senator Herb Kohl, October 18, 1988
Folder   1
Item   13
Death Penalty and Gun Control, 1989
Folder   2
Item   14
Governor Tommy Thompson, 1989
Folder   2
Item   15
Milwaukee Mayor Norquist and County Executive Schulz, 1989
Folder   2
Item   16
Milwaukee County Executive, 1989
Folder   2
Item   17
Milwaukee County Executive and County Zoo Director, 1989
Folder   2
Item   18
“I am the Greatest,” December 13, 1989
Folder   2
Item   19
His Master's Voice, March 22, 1990
Folder   2
Item   20
Governor Thompson, April 5, 1990
Folder   2
Item   21
Women's Rights, August 30, 1990
Folder   2
Item   22
“Third Bigot from the Right,” April 19, 1991
Folder   2
Item   23
Wisconsin Governor Tony Earl, undated
Folder   2
Item   24
Assembly Pregnancy Prevention Bill, undated
Folder   2
Item   25
Slow-Draw McGraw, undated
Folder   2
Item   26
Mandatory Seat-Belt Use, undated