State Library of Victoria
Autograph book of Leanore Drexler, 1905-1909; letter from Hugh McCrae from Camden, N.S.W. to Leanore Drexler, describing his illness and convalescence, with envelope postmarked 5 September, [1930?]; two cartoons by Hugh McCrae, one dated May 1914, the other lampoons "Mrs Pankhurst imploring protection of King George V"; article torn form journal "Poor encourage les autres: a prince of poets - Hugh McCrae" in "Adam and Eve, July 1, 1936 [incompl.].
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Photostat copies and photographic copies of 17 cartoons drawn of staff artist Joel Salter for a Wisconsin Historical Society Museum exhibit "The Wisconsin Legislature, 1836-1961." The humorous drawings follow "Mr. Bill" as he attempts to become a law. Present are both negative and positive photostat copies and a partial set of photographic prints
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Records, primarily from 1917-1919, for a regiment composed of Michigan and Wisconsin troops, including regimental and company histories from training at Camp MacArthur, Texas, through the 1918 Alsace, Marne, Oise-Aisne, and Meuse-Argonne campaigns in France, through occupying Germany; field messages, memoranda, general orders, reconnaissance and intelligence reports, daily operations reports, and blueprints of structures constructed; and miscellaneous material relating to Charles Scudder's manuscript history of the regiment, the Association of the 107th Engineers, and addresses of some unit members through 1960
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Editorial and humorous cartoons, most dating between 1942 and 1945, by George Clark, Bill Holman, George Lichty, John T. McCutcheon, Carey Orr, Joseph Parrish, Carl Sondal, Gaar Williams, and J.R. Williams, compiled by Mrs. Resh
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Originals drawings of editorial cartoonist Jim Ivey, associated with the Orlando Sentinel and the San Francisco Examiner. Most of the drawings refer to local Florida issues, but there is a 1950 caricature of Senator Robert Taft and a 1966 drawing of Ronald Reagan. Also included is a drawing by Odel Dean and another by an unidentified artist
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Drawings by a cartoonist for the Pittsburgh (Pa.) Post-Gazette, primarily concerning national politics and the Washington, D.C., news scene
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Proofs of a Pulitzer Prize-winning editorial cartoonist for the Scripps-Howard newspaper chain -- Also included are samples of "The Spudz Family," a cartoon strip which Talburt created during the 1920's
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Papers of editorial cartoonist C. D. Batchelor consisting largely of original drawings of cartoons and microfilmed scrapbooks of published works -- Included (on Micro 419) are seven political cartoons about Dwight D. Eisenhower, ca. 1952; and scrapbooks (on Micro 972) of editorial cartoons published in the New York Daily News and of two cartoon series, "Inviting the Undertaker" concerning highway safety and "Once Overs," a human interest series
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Original drawings of editorial cartoons concerning the 2004 Wisconsin presidential primary campaign focusing on Democratic candidates John Kerry and Howard Dean. Included are cartoons by Mike Keefe (Denver Post), Sandy Huffaker, Robert Ariail, Jim Day (Las Vegas Review Journal), Dana Summers (Orlando Sentinel), and Gary Markstein (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel)
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Papers of Hal Kanter (1918- ), a writer-producer-director of numerous television comedies -- Included are scripts, correspondence and fan mail, contracts, production files, and ratings. Among the best represented series which Kanter created, wrote, produced, or directed are All in the Family (CBS), Bob Hope's Chrysler Theatre (NBC), Chico and the Man (NBC), George Gobel Show (NBC), Jimmy Stewart Show (NBC), Julia (NBC), Valentine's Day (ABC), and numerous specials and Academy Award presentations. Writings for other media include correspondence, drafts, and promotion for his novel Snake in the Glass (1971); scripts for radio programs such as ABC's Beulah Show; and scripts for The Children's Hour (UA, 1962), Let's Make Love (20th Century-Fox, 1960), Once Upon a Horse (Universal, 1958), Pocketful of Miracles (Para., 1961), and eight other motion pictures

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