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[1]  

Summers, William H., 1897-

[Untitled]
The Cleveland News [1940]
Crayon and whiting over blue pencil on board
494 x 376 mm.

 

[2]  

Bliss

[Untitled]
Publisher's Syndicate, 1939
Ink and crayon on board
268 x 226 mm.
Inscribed: "To Secretary Hopkins with best wishes Edwin Cox"

 

[3]  

Hutton, Hugh M., 1897-1976

"O - Woe Is me!"
Philadelphia Inquirer [1938?]
Crayon on board
417 x 308 mm.

 

[4]  

Ray, Silvey Jackson ("S. J."), 1891-1970

"What Started Out to Be a First Class Political Asset."
Kansas City Star, April 28, 1936
Ink on board
352 x 310 mm.

 

[5]  

Talburt, Harold M. ("Bill"), 1895-1966

"Righteous Indignation!"
Washington Daily News [n.d.]
Crayon and whiting on board
330 x 284 mm.
Talburt won the Pulitzer Prize for editorial cartooning in 1933.

 

[6]  

Lewis, Ross A., 1902-

"Prophet of Gloom"
The Milwaukee Journal [n.d.]
Crayon, whiting, and ink on board
290 x 230 mm.
Lewis won the Pulitzer Prize for editorial cartooning in 1935.

 

[7]  

Evans, Raymond Oscar, 1887-1954

"Oliver Twist - Modern Version"
Columbus Dispatch, May 22, 1936
Ink on board
432 x 432 mm.

 

[8]  

Evans, Raymond Oscar, 1887-1954

"Good Neighbors"
Columbus Evening Dispatch, August 6, 1936
Ink on board
460 x 454 mm.
Inscribed: "to Mr. Harry Hopkins - compliments of Ray Evans Aug 19, 1936"

 

[9]  

Brown, Edward S. ("Ted"), 1876-1942

"Check and Double Check"
New York Herald Tribune, August 12, 1938
Ink on board
340 x 270 mm.

 

[10]  

Elderman, Gene

"I Look to See the Relief Curve Go Down at an Early Date."
The Washington Post, October 25, 1938
Crayon on board
330 x 288 mm.
Inscribed: "To: Harry Hopkins, with sincere good wishes Gene Elderman"

 

[11]  

Ray, Silvey Jackson ("S. J."), 1891-1970

"Two-Role Harry"
Kansas City Star, May 19, 1938
Ink on board
355 x 310 mm.

 

[12]  

Sykes, Charles Henry, 1882-1942

"Home Again"
Philadelphia Evening Public Ledger, 1939
Ink and crayon on board
384 x 314 mm.
Inscribed: "To Harry L. Hopkins with the compliments of The Evening Public Ledger & C. H. Sykes - May 15 '39."

 

[13]  

Pease, Lucius Curtis ("Lute"), 1869-1963

"Wha= What?"
Newark Evening News [n.d.]
Ink, crayon, and whiting over blue pencil on board
312 x 410 mm.
Pease won the Pulitzer Prize for editorial cartooning in 1949.

 

[14]  

Duffy, Edmund, 1899-1962

"Another Noble Experiement [sic]"
Baltimore Evening Sun [1939?]
Ink and crayon on board
470 x 340 mm.
Duffy won the Pulitzer Prize for editorial cartooning in 1931, 1934, and 1940.

 

[15]  

Goldberg, Reuben Lucius ("Rube"), 1883-1970

"Get Out the Crowbar of Economy"
New York Evening Sun [1939?]
Ink and crayon on board
330 x 280 mm.
Inscribed [by Goldberg]: "with personal greetings to Harry L. Hopkins"
Goldberg won the Pulitzer Prize for editorial cartooning in 1948.

 

[16]  

Shoemaker, Vaughn, 1902-

"Well, Well, Now We Should Get Some Place"
Chicago Daily News [n.d.]
Ink, crayon, and whiting on board
440 x 366 mm.
Shoemaker won the Pulitzer Prize for editorial cartooning in 1938 and 1947.

 

[17]  

Darling, Jay Norwood ("Ding"), 1876-1962

"All the Privacy of a Goldfish."
[n.p.] 1940
Ink on board
418 x 321 mm.
Darling won the Pulitzer Prize for editorial cartooning in 1924 and 1943.

 

[18]  

Sykes, Charles Henry, 1882-1942

"Small Potatoes"
Philadelphia Evening Public Ledger, 1940
Ink and crayon on board
384 x 318 mm.
Inscribed: "To Messrs. Wright, Hopkins et al. with the best wishes of C. H. Sykes & the Evening Public Ledger. Phila., Apr. 19, 1940."

 

[19]  

Parrish, Joseph, 1905-

"Having Themselves Paged"
Chicago Tribune, 1939
Ink on board
308 x 280 mm.

 

[20]  

Berryman, Clifford Kennedy, 1869-1949

[Untitled]
Washington Star [1940]
Ink on board
310 x 356 mm.
Berryman won the Pulitzer Prize for editorial cartooning in 1944.

 

[21]  

Brown, Edward S. ("Ted"), 1876-1942

"One Trial Balloon That Got Results"
New York Herald Tribune [1940?]
Ink on board
342 x 268 mm.

 

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