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[EXHIBIT] Weathering the Storm: Political Cartoons from the Early 20th Century

Jose Tovar House at the Oldest House Museum Complex

The St. Augustine Historical Society is hosting a new exhibit, opening on September 14, 2024 and running through January 12, 2025. Weathering the Storm: Political Cartoons from the Early 20th Century, is designed to expose Floridians to political cartoons printed in newspapers from a century's past and the impact they had on Florida's voting issues and voting rights. The exhibit will accompany lectures through the 2024 election season as a

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