Cartoon collection of Mrs. Richard H. Henneman, 1940-1941.


Cartoon collection of Mrs. Richard H. Henneman, 1940-1941.

The collection contains clipped cartoons about World War II in Europe and the U.S. domestic scene, chiefly the re-election of President Roosevelt. Cartoonists include Jay Norwood "Ding" Darling, Reuben L. "Rube" Goldberg, Herbert L. Block "Herblock," Daniel R. Fitzpatrick. Theodore Giesel, Rollin Kirby, Fred O. Seibel, Grover Paige, Billy Waters, Mischka Richter Battenfield, F.X. Reardon, Paul R. Carmack, Jesse Taylor Cargill, Ralph O. Yardley, and Grace Gebbre Drayton.

ca. 200 items.


SNAC Resource ID: 7935920

University of Virginia. Library

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