San Francisco Academy of Comic Art collection : Newspaper Comic Strips 1893-1996


San Francisco Academy of Comic Art collection : Newspaper Comic Strips 1893-1996

This group of records comprises one part of the San Francisco Academy of Comic Art Collection at the Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum. Other materials in the collection include monographs and serials, which may be searched by title, author, or keyword in the Ohio State University's . library catalog



SNAC Resource ID: 6399203

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Berndt, 1899-1980 (person)

Walter Berndt was born in Brooklyn, New York, on November 22, 1899. He began working as an office boy at the New York Journal when he was age 16, and it was there that he met many notable cartoonists of the time such as Tad Dorgan, George Herrimann, and Milt Gross. He later worked for the New York Daily News, where he began the comic strip Smitty in 1922. He drew daily and Sunday comic strips about Smitty, his title character who was an office boy, until he retired in 1974. He received the Natio...

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Schulz, Charles M. (Charles Monroe), 1922-2000 (person)

Charles Schulz was born November 26, 1922, in Minneapolis, MN, and died February 13, 2000, in Santa Rosa, CA. He was an award-winning cartoonist and illustrator, famous for his cartoon strip, 'Peanuts.' Biographical Source: Something About the Author, vols. 10, 118. From the description of Charles Schulz Papers 1962. (University of Minnesota, Minneapolis). WorldCat record id: 432980498 Charles Schulz was born November 26, 1922, in Minneapolis, MN, and died February 13, 2000,...

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Montana, Bob (person)

Bob Montana (1920-1975) was born in Stockton, California to a vaudeville family. A self-described "art school dropout" from the Boston Museum, the Phoenix Institute and the Art Students League of New York, he is best known as the creator of the popular comic character Archie. His other cartoons include Danny in Wonderland, Inspector Bentley, Lu-Nar, and Spark Stevens . He also created cover art during World War II for Pep, Zip, Top-Notch, and Jackpot, frequently depicting superheroe...

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Murray, Gilbert, 1866-1957 (person)

English classical scholar. From the description of Autograph letter signed : 131 Banbury Road, Oxford, to Sir Sydney Cockerell, 1907 Oct. 21. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270612718 Epithet: of Stowe MS 208 British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000985.0x00020a Epithet: OM, classical scholar British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100...

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Wilder Penfield was a research scientist, neurosurgeon and writer. He was a student of William Osler in England. In 1934, he founded and became the first Director of McGill University's Montreal Neurological Institute. From the description of [Collected reprints of Wilder Penfield] 1930-1970 (Houston Academy of Medicine, Texas Medical Center). WorldCat record id: 318820159 ...

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Painter. From the description of Irvin Shope interview, 1965 Nov. 27. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 220196494 Irvin Shope (1900-1977) was a painter. From the description of Oral history interview with Irvin Shope, 1965 Nov. 27 [sound recording]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 458412177 ...

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Outcault, Richard Felton, 1863-1928 (person)

Richard Felton Outcault (1863-1928) was an American cartoonist and creator of the comic strips The Yellow Kid and Buster Brown . From the guide to the R. F. Outcault Cartoons, 1923, (Special Collections Research Center, Syracuse University Libraries) American comic artist. From the description of Autograph letter signed : New York, N.Y., to John Kendrick Bangs of "Harper's Magazine", 1892 Mar. 24. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270610613 American cartoon...

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One surmises from one letter that Maude Stevens was an early teacher of Gardner's with whom he kept in touch, sending her two books (cataloged separately) as well as the article. From the description of Letters to Maude Stevens Ingelow, 1956-1965, (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122595320 Epithet: American writer British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001186.0x0002db American author of detective st...

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English humorous draftsman. From the description of Autograph letter signed, dated : [London], to Joseph Bennett, 1902 Nov. 4. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270582065 Epithet: illustrator British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000497.0x0001cb Phil May (1864-1903), English illustrator and caricaturist, served on the staff of both Punch and Graphic. From the description of Phil May sket...

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Williams, Clara Andrews, 1882- (person)

Norris, Paul (person)

Paul Norris (1914-2007) was an American cartoonist who co-created the superhero Aquaman and drew the comic strip Brick Bradford . Paul Norris was born April 26, 1914 in Greenville, Ohio. After briefly working as a card writer for the J.C. Penny Co, Norris, at the suggestion of his cousin, who was a professor of journalism at Midland Lutheran College in Fremont, Nebraska, moved to Fremont, Nebraska in 1934 to attend Midland Lutheran. Norris served as the college yearbook ...

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Dwiggins, Clare Victor, 1874-1958 (person)

Dwiggins was born in 1874 in Wilmington, OH; in 1890, began work as a cartoonist, drawing for the St. Louis post dispatch, New York journal, Philadelphia inquirer, North American and telegraph, and international syndicate; became art editor for publisher M. Walter Dunne; illustrator for Crankisms (1901), Brevities (1903), and Completed proverbs (1904), all by Lisle De Vaux Matthewman, and for Whimlets (1903) by Samuel I. Stinson; author of Rubáiyát of an egg (1905) and The skull toast book (19...

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Kerr, George F., 1869-1953 (person)

Crosby, Percy L. (Percy Leo), 1891-1964 (person)

Cartoonist; McLean, Virginia. Creator of "Skippy" comic strip. From the description of Percy L. Crosby papers, 1930-1968. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122545633 ...

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Branner, Martin Michael, 1888- (person)

American cartoonist; creator of Winnie Winkle comic strip; d. 1970. From the description of Martin Branner collection, [192-]-[196-]. (Boston University). WorldCat record id: 70971777 Martin Michael Branner (1888-1970) was an American cartoonist and creator of the long-running newspaper comic strip Winnie Winkle . Martin Branner came to cartooning a bit later in life, after a colorful early history as one-half of the successful vaudeville dance act, ...

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McManus, George, 1884-1954 (person)

McManus was born in St. Louis, MO, on Jan. 23, 1884; at the age of 15 he became a cartoonist first for the St. Louis republic, and then for the Post-dispatch; moved to the New York world in 1904, and the New York american in 1912, where he created the comic strips Rosie's beau and his most famous strip, Bringing up father, which began in 1913; it became internationally known, appearing in 750 newspapers throughout the world; a play based on Bringing up father toured the country in the 1920s, and...

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Williams, Gaar, 1880-1935 (person)

Artist and cartoonist. From the description of Papers, 1920-1935. (Indiana Historical Society Library). WorldCat record id: 70928853 Gaar Williams was born in Richmond, Ind. He worked as an artist and cartoonist for newspapers in Chicago and Indianapolis, and some of his work was nationally syndicated. Toward the end of his life, he spent much of his time in Brown County, Ind., mailing his work from there. Blanche Stillson, born in Indianapolis, was ...

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Gruelle, Johnny, 1880-1938 (person)

Johnny Gruelle, American artitst, political cartoonist, children's book author and illustrator, and creator of the Raggedy Ann and Raggedy Andy books and dolls. Born in 1880 in Arcola, Illinois, John Barton Gruelle began his career as an illustrator for an Indianapolis tabloid. In 1911 he went to work for The New York Herald after winning a national comic drawing contest. Gruelle gained notice as a popular children's illustrator with his Sunday "Mr. Twee Deedle" comic. In...

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Hope, Laura Lee (person)

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T. E. Wood (person)

Victor Venner (person)

G. Kolle (person)

Walter Saalburg (person)

Lawerence, E. N. D., P. E. I (person)

M. Masters (person)

C. W. Bardwell (person)

John Held, Jr. (person)

Sam Nichols (person)

Jim Lawrence (person)

Morle (person)

Ed A Goewey (person)

R. F. Outcualt (person)

A. B. Schults (person)

Pancoast (person)

L. H. Otis (person)

M.S. (person)

Jimmy Murphy (person)

Bodfish (person)

Irving Novick (person)

W. Morgan (person)

Tom Batiuk (person)

signed Swinnerton from suggestion by Gus (Dirks) (person)

Garis, Howard (person)

C. Connard (person)

V. Nahl (person)

H. B. Eddy (person)

Herbert Johnson (person)

Hall, Quin (person)

Quin Hall (person)

J. C. Hyde (person)

M. Lacer (person)

Cliff Sterrett (person)

R. Dirks (person)

R. D. McKay (person)

Chip (person)

M. de Lipman (person)

Penrlyn Stantaus (person)

Hess, Sol (person)

signed J. W. Os. (person)

PO (person)

Carew, Kate (person)

A. D. Condo (person)

Crowe (person)

Norman E. Jennett (person)

Elizabeth Brozowska (person)

signed, H. B. Eddy (person)

A. Moores (person)

John Dok Hager (person)

J. P. McEnvoy (person)

Adele Fay Williams (person)

C. Hall (person)

Walter Quermann (person)

Richards, F. T. (Frederick Thompson), 1864-1921 (person)

N., J. (person)

D. H. Carthy (person)

MCD (person)

Benjamin Rabier (person)

Gouyaus (person)

Walt Kuhn (person)

Caspari, ... (person)

Dart, Harry Grant, 1869-1938 (person)

Fogarty, Frank (person)

Carl Pfeufer (person)

F. O. Alexander (person)

Wesley Morse (person)

Frank Godwin (person)

Fred Harman (person)

C. W. Winter (person)

Frank Bolle (person)

Morat (person)

Pearson, Drew (person)

Crosby, Percy L. (Percy Leo), 1891-1964 (person)

Cartoonist; McLean, Virginia. Creator of "Skippy" comic strip. From the description of Percy L. Crosby papers, 1930-1968. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122545633 ...

Ayersworth (person)

McGitcheon (person)

Andrea Bresciani (person)

Eddie Eksergian (person)

Duvall, Earl (person)

Jack W. McGuire (person)

Herron, Ed (person)

Wayne Boring (person)

Benjamin Rabien (person)

Vic Forsythe (person)

F. A. Nankivell (person)

A. T. Crichton (Crite) (person)

Grant Hamilton (person)

Bob Cohn (person)

Luckow (person)

S. S. Puche (person)

T. Brown (person)

Whitney Ellsworth (person)

Crossley (person)

T. Fleming (person)

Bob Cordray (person)

Hal Camp Campagna (person)

Marjorie Organ (person)

Bloomer (person)

Clifford McBride (person)

C.G. (person)

Walter Fawcett (person)

Hamlin, V. T. (Vincent T.), 1900-1993 (person)

Cartoonist; creator of the comic strip Alley Oop. For fuller biography see The V.T. Hamlin Collection I. From the description of Alley Oop : prehistoric cut-outs in modern dress : paper dolls, 1937 / by V.T. Hamlin. (University of Missouri -- Columbia). WorldCat record id: 45650328 Vincent T. Hamlin (1900-1993), commonly known as V. T. Hamlin, was an American cartoonist and creator of the comic strip Alley Oop . Hamlin was born in Perry, Iowa on Octo...

Jerry Robinson (person)

Eleanor Schorer (person)

George O. Swanson (Swan) (person)

Hanna-Barbera (person)

Ben Conen (person)

Jr. Brooke Todd (person)

C. Freeman (person)

M. Cleder (person)

Vonh (person)

A. W. Brewerton (person)

Taliaferro, Al, 1905-1969 (person)

Julian Ollendorff (person)

S. Michel (person)

Stan Drake (person)

Blackbeard, Bill (person)

Lieutenant Commander Frank V. Martinek, U. S. N. R. (person)

signed F. N. (person)

Burgess, Thornton W. (Thornton Waldo), 1874-1965 (person)

L. W. Redner (person)

Vokes (person)

Searl, Leon A., 1882-1919 (person)

Ch. Wright (person)

Robert Franc Schulkers (person)

Campbell, Lang (person)

Jolle (person)

A. B. Schultz (person)

Breger, David, 1908- (person)

Second lieutenant, United States Army. From the description of David Breger cartoons, ca. 1943. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754867528 Biographical/Historical Note Second lieutenant, United States Army. From the guide to the David Breger cartoons, ca. 1943, (Hoover Institution Archives) David Breger (1908-1970) was an American cartoonist who coined the phrase G.I. Joe and is most famous...

Ed Dodd (person)

Heath, Russ (person)

Going, Charles Buxton (person)

Ed Reed (person)

George Bakers (person)

M. Paul Helleu (person)

signed J. C. (person)

E. Fuhis (person)

Chaffin, Glenn (person)

Foster M. Follet (person)

Hank Ketcham (person)

Frank Verbeck (person)

Paul Pinson (person)

Oliver Sumner Teall (person)

Walt Kulus (person)

D. N. X. (person)

D. M. Carthy (person)

Freeman Gosden (person)

Dave Gerard (person)

Abian Wallgren (person)

Charles Forbell (person)

Gilbert A. Geist (person)

Richard Felton Outcault (person)

Ed Mann (person)

J. B. Lowitz (person)

Brandt (person)

F. Buechler (person)

Benjamin Stookie Allen (person)

Rudolph Dirks, Bunny (Carl E. Schultze) (person)

Lyman Young (person)

Strorhmann (person)

Tom McKimson (person)

Gladys Parker (person)

W. Warde Blaisdele (person)

Dimo (person)

Mayer, Ny (person)

Arthur Sinnot (person)

Jean D'Aurian (person)

George Hager (person)

signed Ens (person)

C. W. Saalburg (person)

A B Rahn (person)

Karl Pommerhanz (Kunstmaler Pommerhanz) (person)

Joe Musial (person)

R. S. Ament (person)

Pecyner (person)

Craig, Chase (person)

signed F. M. B. (person)

signed, Innes (person)

Charles Flanders (person)

Dave Hagen (person)

Ladendorf, others (person)

Norman E. Jennet (person)

Carol Carlson (person)

Steward (person)

E. Zothe (person)

Howard Somerville (person)

Frank Webb (person)

Shephard, Tom (person)

W. H. Richardson (person)

Jack Rabbit (person)

Paul Bransom (person)

Lubbers, Bob, 1922- (person)

Ahern, Gene, 1895-1960 (person)

Nick Nichols (person)

R. Bowman (person)

Al Schwartz (person)

Dan O'Neill (person)

Meredith Nugent (person)

E. Martin (person)

Tod, Hunter (person)

Hype Igoe (person)

signed Eddie (person)

William Ferguson (person)

Tom Carlisle (person)

Wright, Charles H. H. (Charles Henry Hamilton), 1836-1909 (person)

Epithet: Reverend; Biblical scholar British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000507.0x00013f ...

Hamilton King (person)

Dorothy Ficken (person)

Shipley (person)

Joseph S. Moyer (person)

Murphy, John Cullen (person)

d. 2004. From the description of Artist file : miscellaneous uncataloged material. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122406929 John Cullen Murphy was born May 3, 1919 in New York City. His family moved to Chicago when was he was young, and he enrolled at the Chicago Art Institute when he was only 9. He studied at the Grand Central Art School and won a scholarship to Phoenix Art Institute where he studied under Charles Chapman and George Bridgeman. At age 17, Murphy landed his f...

Merrill Blosser (person)

Foster, Harold R. (Harold Rudolf), 1892-1982 (person)

Harold R. (Hal) Foster (1892-1982) was a Canadian-American cartoonist. His most famous creation was the Prince Valiant strip. Born in Nova Scotia in 1892, Foster studied at the Chicago Art Institute, supplemented with night classes at the National Academy of Design and the Chicago Academy of Fine Arts. His artistic influences included E.A. Abbey, Howard Pyle, Arthur Rackham, Maxfield Parrish, J.C. Leyendecker, James Montgomery Flagg, and N.C. Wyeth. Foster worked as a st...

A. B. Walker (person)

de Fornaro (person)

E. M. Ashe (person)

Hammett, Dashiell, 1894-1961 (person)

American novelist and short story writer. From the description of Dashiell Hammett Papers, 1923-1974. (Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center (HRC); University of Texas at Austin). WorldCat record id: 85058436 Samuel Dashiell Hammett was born in St. Mary's County, Maryland on May 27, 1894 to a family long in the county. After working as a youth to help support his family, he left home in 1914 and worked as a detective before enlisting in the U.S. Army during Wo...

George Scarbo (person)

Warren Largay (person)

Newt Boyd (person)

Tom Tucker (person)

Bob Donovon (person)

J. E. Murphy (person)

A. Palmer-Cooper (person)

Barrie Payne (person)

Cory, Fanny Y. (person)

Bob Lawrence (person)

Wood, Robert W. (Robert Williams), 1894- (person)

Milder (person)

Hilda Terry (person)

Jerry Walter (person)

Rasmussen, Hal (person)

Bob McCann (person)

Hanna Hutchison (person)

Frank Ver Beck (person)

Arka (person)

Lou Hanlon (person)

Newman, Paul S. (person)

Paul S. Newman was born on April 29, 1924, in New York City. He said, "Being premature and weighing a mere 2.2 pounds, I was rushed to the incubators, but not one was unoccupied. So on my first night in this world, I was forced to sleep with a girl ... it became addictive later on." At the age of 2 1/2, he was sent to the Walden School, a highly progressive John Dewey-type private school. There he learned how to hammer nails and cut wood, as well as dictate "poems" to his teacher. However, he wa...

Mora, Jo, 1876-1947 (person)

Artist and author; born in Uruguay. From the description of Jo Mora collection, 1904-1906. (Nogales-Santa Cruz County Public Library). WorldCat record id: 32198340 Joseph Mora, sculptor, painter, illustrator, muralist and author was born in Uruguay in 1876. After moving to the United States, he studied art in the East then worked for Boston newpapers as an artist. In 1904 he moved to Keams Canyon, living with the Hopi and Navajo Indians. He learned the languages, and photogr...

W. K. Haseloen (person)

Joe Knott (person)

Horace Taylor (person)

David Lettick (person)

Sylvia Sneidman (person)

Rutledge (person)

Hon, Jan (person)

signed A (person)

Jack Welch (person)

King, Frank, 1883-1969 (person)

Hobart, George V. (George Vere), 1867-1926 (person)

Norman E. Jennette (person)

Bob Addams (person)

Allman, Walter (person)

Frank Rentfrow (person)

Marty Links (person)

C. F. Jones (person)

signed Johnson (person)

Tom Barclay (person)

Gordon Bess (person)

Al Vermeer (person)

F. G. Levin (person)

A. Haydy (person)

Cliff Farrell (person)

Peters, Mike, 1954- (person)

John Coleman Jack Burroughs (person)

J. L. Stewart (person)

Nankivell, Frank A. (Frank Arthur), 1869-1959 (person)

Will Gordon (person)

F. Fithran (person)

Jay Jerome Williams (Edwin Alger) (person)

Max Van Bibber (person)

Ben F. McCutcheon (person)

Share (person)

Sam Jackson (person)

Mike Woolf (person)

Lee, Stanley (person)

A. J. Keller (person)

Finetti (person)

Lichty (person)

signed Adon (person)

Mariner (person)

Phil May (person)

Ralph A. Wolfe (person)

Parvin (person)

May, Melian, Englin, Berrymon, Peyton Transkin (person)

Nadan (person)

De Voss Woodward Driscoll (person)

Gene Ulrey (person)

William LaVarre (person)

Jim Babcock (person)

Taylor, Loren (person)

Mary A. Hays (person)

A. T. Weston (person)

R. G. Barton (person)

McCoy, Wilson (person)

San Francisco Academy of Comic Art. Bill Blackbeard, Director (corporateBody)

The San Francisco Academy of Comic Art (SFACA) Collection is the life work of author and collector Bill Blackbeard, whose goal was to establish a complete collection of cartoon art from American newspapers, beginning with the earliest examples. In addition, the SFACA collection grew to include popular periodicals, popular fiction, popular film, narrative art reference works, comic books and graphic novels, dime novels and story papers, Victorian cartoon-illustrated fiction, science ...

L. Van Muyden (person)

Herm Fragnz (person)

Flanagan, Raymond (person)

Babb (person)

Nag Henry (person)

Ric Hugo (person)

L. D. S. (person)

Blart (person)

Sam Loyd (person)

W. Duncan (person)

signed, H. E. P. (person)

Martin Branner (person)

Cecil Jensen (person)

K. Krivaz (person)

Harry Smith (person)

J. R. Shaver (person)

Barrit, Leon (person)

Bob Zuppke (person)

George Clark (person)

Preene (person)

C. J. Hirt (person)

Hamm, Jack (person)

Will Eisner (person)

Stu Hample (person)

Hi Coultaus (person)

Yokes (person)

Gosh (person)

Mar (person)

Leslie Forgrave (person)

Childe Harold (person)

Pat Tourret (person)

Cliff Rogerson (person)

Ambrose, Lester J., 1879- (person)

S. B. Griffin (person)

Terry, John (person)

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J. B. Lowitz (signed J. B. L) (person)

Laderdorf (person)

Kressey, Ed (person)

Clare Briggs (person)

Harvey Peake (person)

Sughroe, Charles (person)

Carr, Gene (person)

Bill Wright (person)

Bliss (person)

Thomas Aloysius Dorgan (TAD) (person)

Medbury, John P. (person)

Bill Mauldin (person)

A. T. Leaf (person)

Charles Wright (person)

Baum, Frank L. (person)

George Baker (person)

signed F. Opper after Sketch by Dirks (person)

Rob Dickey (person)

creators unkown (person)

Jim McArdle (person)

F. S. P. (person)

Ver Beek (person)

William F. Marriner (person)

Stanley Armstrong (person)

Bart, Yo, Donohey (person)

Frank Adams (person)

signed T. S. Sullivant after sketch by R. Dirks (person)

Perk (person)

Spencer, Charles H. (person)

Charles Spencer grew up in along the San Juan River in Utah Territory and near Mancos, Colorado. He received just three months of formal education in Durango, Colorado. Instead, Spencer opted to pursue mining and engineering. He served as Managing Director at the Lee’s Ferry, Arizona field office at the American Placer Company. Independently, he selected several sites for the harvest of resources such as gold or water, and solicited investors to fund the ventures. In 191...

ack K. Bryans (person)

Nell Brinkley (person)

E. Heine (person)

May and unkown (person)

Rex Stout and Mike Roy (person)

Campbell, E. Simms (Elmer Simms), 1906-1971 (person)

Cartoonist for Esquire. From the description of Elmer Simms Campbell collection, 1923-1986. (Boston University). WorldCat record id: 70925341 ...

Ralph Lane (person)

Moldoff, Sheldon, 1920-2012 (person)

Woody Kimbrell (Marge Buell) (person)

Penrlyn Staulaw (person)

Leon Barritt (person)

A. W. Fahleuer (person)

George Merkle (George A. Marko) (person)

Alder (person)

Bonke, ... (person)

Mau (person)

Midget (person)

A. S. Pell (person)

Bill MacLean (person)

J. S. Allens (person)

Hal Forrest (person)

signed M (possibly Marriner) (person)

Mike Arens (person)

Art Bimrose (person)

Al Zere (person)

Hix, John, 1938- (person)

henry Incefeld (person)

signed Swinnerton after Gus (Dirks) (person)

C. R. Mc Gules (person)

F. Bower (person)

A. T. Farrell (person)

Kavanagh, Bill (person)

NVB (person)

Gray T Wallace (person)

A. B. Frost (person)

Lank Leonard (person)

H. B. Dox (person)

Wells, Carolyn (person)

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Gonzales, Manuel (person)

Armstrong, Stanley (person)

R. W. Taylor (person)

A. A. Cobb (person)

Kane, Gil (person)

Garrett Price (person)

C Arm'l (person)

Arnold M. Anderson (person)

Camillus Kessler (person)

signed F. A. N. (possible Frank A. Nankivell) (person)

Manning, Russ, 1929-1981 (person)

Ben Stahl (person)

Jay Heavlin (person)

Gibson, Walter (person)

S. Woodard Zeifei (person)

C. H. Twelvetrees (person)

J.B. (person)

San Francisco Academy of Comic Art (corporateBody)

Harrison Cady (person)

C.K. (person)

Saw (person)

Dudley T. Fisher Jr. (person)

Phil Interlandi (person)

Johnny Hart (person)

George Luks (person)

Little, Tom. (person)

signed F. B. A. (possibly F. B. Aylesworth) (person)

L. de B. (person)

Buscema, John (person)

Wright, Alan J. (Alan James), 1928- (person)

Epithet: artist, of Hammersmith British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000507.0x00012f ...

Michael O'Malley (person)

Ryan Walker (person)

Clifton Meek (person)

G. H. Wright (person)

F. T. Richards (person)

Lynn Karp (person)

AB (person)

Saunders, Allen, 1899-1986 (person)

Comic strip writer from Toledo, Ohio also active in professional and community organizations. From the description of [Papers], 1909-1986 / Allen Saunders. (Bowling Green State University). WorldCat record id: 37023146 John Allen Saunders (1899-1986), known as Allen Saunders, was an American writer and cartoonist. Allen Saunders was born in Lebanon, Indiana on March 24, 1899. He studied at Wabash College, where he received his A.B. and M.A. degrees, ...

A. D. Reed (person)

A. B. S. (person)

E. H. Brotts (person)

Anderson, Murphy (person)

Barton, Bob (person)

signed H. T. (possibly H. F. Thode) (person)

Benson, John Prentiss, 1865-1947 (person)

signed F. A. N. (possibly Frank A. Nankivell) (person)

Pechner, Fenderson, others (person)

Bradly (person)

Frank Hutchinson (person)

Howard R. Cort (person)

Rogers, Marshall (person)

W. F. Marriner (person)

John A. Lemon (person)

S. J. Woolf (person)

Alfred Alblitzer (Al Zere) (person)

Grant Wallace (person)

Jim Dahlman (person)

M. Stein and CH Wright (person)

Bob Barnes (person)

Tom Sims (person)

Victor Perard (person)

McFarlane (person)

A. Y. Hambleton (person)

O. P. Williams (person)

signed, Raleigh (person)

Labendorf (person)

John Booth (person)

George Bowers (person)

Don Sherwood (person)

Wiley, Loren (person)

Lee, Stan, 1922-2018 (person)

Stan Lee is most recognized as the creator of the popular comic book hero Spider-Man. In 1939, Lee joined Timely Comics Group. His early work included writing the Captain America comic strips. In 1961, these comics began to be released as Marvel Comics. In 1972, Lee became the publisher of Marvel Comics Group, and Marvel grew to be the leading producer of comic books in the world. In 1981, Lee moved from New York City to Los Angeles to develop Marvel's television and motion-picture concepts. He ...

Mel Keefer (person)

H. J. Tuthill (person)

Dean Cornell (person)

Westerman, Harry J., 1876-1945 (person)

Kemp Starrett (person)

Joe King (person)

E. Morgan (person)

W. W. Denslow (person)

Paul Gregg (person)

Nsig (person)

Cap Higgins (person)

Kirby, Jack, 1917-1994 (person)

Jack Kirby (b. August 28, 1917, New York, NY–d. February 6, 1994, Thousand Oaks, CA) was an American comic book artist, writer, and editor. Born in New York City as Jacob Kurtzberg he entered the nascent comics industry in the 1930s. With Joe Simon, Kirby created the highly successful superhero character Captain America for Timely Comics (predecessor of Marvel Comics) in 1940 before being drafted for military service during WWII. During the 1940s, Kirby created many characters for Timely Comics ...

Hart, Johnny (person)

H Keller (person)

Paul Fogarty (person)

Christy, Howard Chandler, 1873-1952 (person)

Painter, sculptor, illustrator; New York, N.Y. and Ohio. From the description of Howard Chandler Christy letters, 1949. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122545978 Howard Chandler Christy was a noted American illustrator and painter. From the description of Howard Chandler Christy Papers, 1873-2001. (Lafayette College). WorldCat record id: 71520652 American artist. From the description of Autograph letter signed : Chester, N.J., to Helen F. Levy...

Stamm, Russell (person)

J. C. Fireman (person)

Lawrence Semon (person)

E. Frederick (person)

Good, Edmond (person)

Burt Boyd (person)

Allen Saunders (person)

Dick, Kirby (person)

C. J. Taylor, others (person)

Christy Walsh (person)

Farnaro (person)

Chester Gould (person)

Fred Fox (person)

Palmer Cox (person)

Walter Russell (person)

Franklin Folger (person)

William Meade Prince (person)

Jack Kofoed (person)

S. V. McFall (person)

Flanders, Charles (person)

Falk, Lee (person)

signature appears to be McAuley (person)

Howard Freeman (person)

F.M. (person)

Paul Gould (person)

F. Williams (person)

Clausen Coope (person)

Gillette, ... (person)

John Spranger (person)

Hilda Terry D'Alessio (person)

Berger, ... (person)

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Scmedtsen (person)

Pechner, others (person)

Smith, W. B. (Win B.) (person)

C. Lederrer (person)

Ed Carey (person)

G. W. Bonte (person)

Pussy (person)

R. E. Leppert (person)

Bob Brunjes (person)

Henry Tenre (person)

Fred Lewis (person)

Monahan (person)

J. Osborn (person)

Ray Gotto (person)

Chuck McKimson (person)

O. C. Malcolm (person)

Fisher, Jack (person)

T. A. B. (person)

Wallace Smith (person)

K. E. R. R (person)

Thorton Fisher (person)

F Cory (person)

Ogden (person)

signed, Dixon (person)

Fred Weston (person)

Paul Helleu (person)

Deutch (person)

Howard Boughner (person)

W. O. Wilson (person)

H. C Witwer (person)

Otto Soglow (person)

Staudinger, ... (person)

Ed Eks (person)

Conds (person)

F. Long (person)

Maucier, Du (person)

Allen, Bob (person)

Ned Woodman (person)

M. Stein (person)

Ulrey, Dale (person)

Alfred J. Buescher / William Ritt (person)

Charles Rodrigues (person)