In order to properly cite the political cartoon, you need to recognize that it is part of an archival collection currently held at the Briscoe Center for American History. The way that archivists organize their collections is by Finding Aids and they are often published online. The link to the online finding aid to the John Knott Cartoon Scrapbook is below:
The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History also has instructions for how to cite specific collections. To cite your political cartoon, you will only need the Collection in which the political cartoon is held and the Repository.
Using the Finding Aid above, follow the format for a bibliography found on the Briscoe Center's How to Cite page
Note! When citing the newspaper article, you'll want to cite the electronic version that you found through the historical newspapers databases. You can use NoodleTools to help you cite this newspaper article in MLA style.
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