President Lyndon B. Johnson

Another caricature of President Johnson with a lightning rod in his hatband, a caricature the President signed.  Since the drawing is in a frame behind glass, there are reflections in this photograph, taken May 20, 2008.

The above is part of a cartoon of the French leader Charles de Gaulle, done during the 1960's for KVFD-TV, Ft. Dodge, Iowa.  It was titled, "Does de Gaulle Sleep Well?" and had an overlay with a horse kicking him and the comment,"He ought to have a nightmare!"
Alexsei Nikolayevich Kosygin,
who succeeded Khrushchev
as Soviet Premier in 1964.

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