Description:(FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT) LUTE PEASE (1869-1963) American political cartoonist and winner of the 1949 Pulitzer Prize for cartooning. A great piece of original pencil and ink artwork, measures 16" x 14" [sight], depicting Franklin D. Roosevelt as a train conductor sounding a whistle on the top of the White House, to which scores of "Junketeers" then madly flock. Pease titles his cartoon at bottom: "Speaking of 'Wages and Hours'" and signs in ink at lower left. Simply framed and in fine condition.
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