John L Lewis, Political Cartoon Paper Doll
Color Added by Judy
It's always a kick to find paper dolls in unusual places, and here we have one from Judge Magazine, June 1927. JUDGE magazine was noted for wry humor, poking fun at just about every politician and big business leader in the country. Here is labor leader, John L Lewis being spoofed by the artist, RAM. Color has been added by Judy M Johnson.
Here is a bit of the bio of John L. from: http://www.umwa.org/history/jll1.shtml
"John L. Lewis was president of the UMWA from 1920-1960. He was a giant among American leaders in the first half of the twentieth century, regularly advising presidents and challenging America's corporate leaders. His work to organize the country's industrial workers through the Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO) in the 1930s helped raise living standards for millions of American families. In the first year of the CIO, nearly four million workers joined labor organizations and wages were raised by over a billion dollars."
Printed in full laser color on 8.5"x11" 32# bright white archival paper and presented in a clear archival binder sleeve for ease of storage and your viewing enjoyment.
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