Edgar F. Schilder Papers 1909-1950

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Edgar F. Schilder Papers, 1909-1950

Edgar F. Schilder Papers 1909-1950

Over 1,000 pieces of original cartoon artwork including material from the Syracuse , comic strips, original artwork by other cartoonists, biographical material, photographs, newspaper and magazine clippings, proofs, posters, and a scrapbook. Post-Standard

14.5 linear ft.

eng,

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