I saw this large framed cartoon in a Maine antique store. I asked the owner about it. She said she got it "from a picker out west."
The style is confident and loose. Looks like the work of an old pro.
The text at the bottom left:
"I'm not marching"meets"the Okie from Muskogee"
On the right hand side you can see a signature and the call letters for KQED, the San Francisco educational TV channel.
The cartooning looks like it may be in the 1960s ad house style. I cannot make out the signature. Banin? Bania?
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