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Hoodooed

Hoodoed

“Hoodooed.”c. 1933. Ink & Crayon Drawing, 37 x 28. Published in Art Young and Heywood Broun’s The Best of Art Young. New York: Vanguard Press, 1936.

Caption: “You stop following me! D'hear. Here I am all dressed up for a second term and you spoil everything." Young depicts President Herbert Hoover as a squat, unromantic figure who wears expensive clothes and tries to escape the Depression that dogs his steps.