Art Young Papers Bulk, 1924-1944 1891-1955, (Bulk 1924-1944)


Art Young Papers, Bulk, 1924-1944, 1891-1955, (Bulk 1924-1944)

Art Young Papers Bulk, 1924-1944 1891-1955, (Bulk 1924-1944)

Art Young was a cartoonist and socialist. The papers include correspondence, three original drawings, cartoons, clippings, postcards, printed material and catalogs of exhibits by artists working with political themes.

0.5 linear feet; (1 box)

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