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Photograph of a headless toy doll, with another smaller doll stuck into its leg socket.
Ralph Eugene Meatyard (American (North American))
1959 – 1963
Gift of Two Friends of the Museum
Two girls in floral dresses stand on a wooden front porch holding matching dolls.  Both girls stare inquisitively to their right.  Behind them sits a rocking chair and windowsill with lace curtains and a flower box.
Ben Shahn (American (North American))
Daughters of Mr. Thaxton, near Mechanicsburg, OH
1938 – 1995
Gift from the Collection of David S. Rosen MD, MPH Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division Reproduction # (LC USF 33-460 M3 414863)
This screenprint is in grey and black on white background. There are a variety of images and text collaged together, in three main sections. At the top, in grey, there is one large image of a group of naked toy dolls with a Volkswagen Beatle collaged over top and to the right, three smaller identical images of a man stretching against a palm tree at the beach. Below this is another section with text printed in grey and photographs of white men, including Albert Einstein on the far left, printed in black. The bottom register has two images printed in grey. On the left, there is an image of a man helping another man into a space suit with computers in the background; on the right, there is a detail of on of Michelangelo's<em> ​Dying Slave </em>(ca. 1513).
Sir Eduardo Paolozzi (British (modern))
Smash hit, Good Lovin, plus Like a Rolling Stone, Slow Down, etc.
1965 – 1970
Gift of Professor Diane M. Kirkpatrick
This print is separated into four horizontal registers of images and text, all printed in pink and black. At the top there is text that reads "COLOR AND ORGANIC / Permanent Institution.. Riding the Rolls. Reward of the Oppressed.. Whither?.. Traitors to France.. Toward Insurrection.. New Semester.. Frank Lloyd Wright Says.. Tough Times.." Below is a series of photographs of a man in a suit putting make-up on a woman with bare sholders and her hair pulled back. The second register has one large image of two men at a factory, manufacturing children's dolls. Below that, there is one cropped scene of people of various ages standing in line. The bottom row of images includes four images on the left, of a man taking photographs of a girl and a puppy in a bubble bath and three images on the right of an oven, open, closed and with someone putting steaks inside. 
Sir Eduardo Paolozzi (British (modern))
Frank Lloyd Wright says...Tough Times
1965 – 1970
Gift of Professor Diane M. Kirkpatrick