Hugh Haynie papers, 1965-1987.


Hugh Haynie papers, 1965-1987.

Collection consists primarily of correspondence between Louisville Courier-Journal editorial cartoonist Hugh Haynie and his many admirers and critics. Letters typically discuss particular cartoons and the opinions they express. Also included are letters requesting proofs of certain cartoons or permission to reprint cartoons. Some subjects discussed include: presidential administrations from Johnson to Reagan, the Vietnam War, environmental policy, nuclear policy, the Watergate scandal, and others. The collection also provides information regarding syndication of Haynie cartoons by the Los Angeles Times Syndicate as well as a number of cartoon proofs and clippings.

2 cubic feet.


SNAC Resource ID: 8034585

The Filson Historical Society

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