Ball State University - Bracken Library
The collection consists of personal papers, photographs, audiovisual records, and artifacts ranging from 1903 to 2008 documenting the life and professional career Dr. Otis R. Bowen. Included are papers related to Dr. Otis R. Bowen's tenure as an Indiana state legislator, Governor of Indiana, professor of medicine, and Secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Dr. Bowen's papers contain extensive documentation of the many issues that dominated his time as governor of Indiana and Secretary of Health and Human Services. The records include correspondence with constituents and prominent government officials, newspaper clippings, briefings, policy reports, speeches, and other writings on a variety of state, national, and international issues. The papers also include photographs, campaign memorabilia, and videotapes. Subjects covered in the papers are of state, national and global importance. From his time as governor, topics of importance include medical malpractice ... Read More
University of Texas at Austin - Harry Ransom Center
James Jones' papers encompass manuscripts, proofs, correspondence, financial records, photographs, personal documents, works in manuscript by others, and biographical materials
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
Original political cartoon drawings and work calendars of a Madison, Wisconsin, political cartoonist whose work appeared in several Wisconsin publications including The Waukesha Freeman, The Progressive, and the Dane County Labor Council's Union Labor News as well as in various other labor publications. Konopacki also contributed one cartoon per month to the Washington-based news service Press Association Inc. and cartoons to the United Auto Workers union magazine Solidarity. He created cartoons for Gorham House syndicate, a private syndicate formed by Konopacki in 1976; for Rothco, the first national syndicate to which Konopacki sold cartoons, 1976-1978; and for his own state syndicate, Huck-Konopacki Labor Cartoons, beginning in November 1983. Also included are photomechanical transfers (PMTs) of some of Konopacki's cartoons. Konopacki's work calendars document the subject matter of each cartoon and for which paper or organization the cartoon was drawn
Wisconsin Historical Society Library and Archives
Pen and wash drawings by an artist and New York Times theater cartoonist for his book Manhattan Oases (1932)
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
University of Michigan - Bentley Historical Library
Clippings of "In Old Ann Arbor Town" newspaper features
New-York Historical Society
Collection includes ca. 350 cartoon chromolithographs and black-and-white cartoon prints, ca. 80 cartoon drawings, ca. 2 photograph albums, ca. 50 loose photographs, some black-and-white cartoon prints, clippings, ephemera, and a copy of Keppler's book A Selection of Cartoons from Punch (New York: Keppler & Schwarzmann, 1893). Material pertains chiefly to Keppler's career as a cartoonist for "Puck" but also touches on his work in the theater and the artistic career of his son Udo Keppler (a.k.a. Joseph Keppler, Jr.). -- Keppler's satirical cartoons ridiculed Ulysses S. Grant, James G. Blaine, Benjamin Harrison, Tammany Hall Democrats, the tariff, Prohibition, radical labor unions, and the Catholic Church, among other topics. He supported Grover Cleveland, civil service reform, and open immigration. His son joined the staff of "Puck" in 1891 and contributed as a cartoonist until the early 1910s when he sold the magazine. Several hundred chromolithograph proofs or tear sheets are for ... Read More
University of South Carolina
Small collection of illustrated envelopes of Civil War-era, featuring patriotic symbols, slogans, poems and cartoons
Harvard University - Schlesinger Library
Professional papers are mainly architectural drawings and photographs of Coit's projects, 1925-1972, and her publications on housing, 1935-1969; also extensive correspondence with Greek architect Cleon Crantonellis, 1947-1974, and other correspondence


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