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"A place for everything and everything in its place."


Summary: Original drawing of two rooms. One of the rooms has a door open and a woman inside. The woman is dressed as a maid, is washing dishes, and is chained by her ankle. The other room has a door closed. The door has a padlock and a key in the door. Above the room with the woman it says "kitchens for women" in capital letters. The other room says "closets for gays" in capital lettering.

Creator: Mauldin, Bill, 1921-2003.

Publisher: [Chicago, IL] : Chicago Sun-Times, [1978]