Guide to the Harry Haenigsen Papers
1920-1970

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Overview of the Collection

Creator: Haenigsen, Harry, 1900-1991
Title: Harry Haenigsen papers
Dates: 1920-1970 ( inclusive )
Quantity: 14.5 linear feet (13 containers, 8 packages)
Collection Number: Ax 778
Summary: Harry Haenigsen, (1900-1991) was an illustrator and artist. His collection includes artwork, clippings, tearsheets, articles and miscellaneous items.
Repository: Special Collections and University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries

1299 University of Oregon
Eugene, Oregon, 97403-1299
(541) 346-3068
spcarref@uoregon.edu

Languages: Collection materials are in English. 
Sponsor: Funding for encoding this finding aid was provided through a grant awarded by the National Endowment for the Humanities.

Historical Note

Harry Haenigsen (1900–1991), after studying to become an engineer, enrolled at the Art Students League in New York. Around 1918, he worked for the Bray animation studios. He joined the New York World in 1919, where he started out doing illustrations. In 1922, Haenigsen created his first comic strip for this newspaper, which was called 'Simeon Batts'. Along with his career as a cartoonist, Haenigsen was a successful illustrator, doing numerous drawings for magazines, books and advertising.

After a brief interlude working at the Fleisher animation studios, he created 'Our Bill' for the Herald-Tribune Syndicate on March 6, 1939. This daily strip ran until 1966. But Haenigsen's most memorable creation came a few years later when he originated 'Penny', which was co-plotted by Howard Boughner. In 1970, Harry Haenigsen discontinued 'Penny' and went into retirement. About ten years earlier, he had already given up most of the artistic duties to Bill Hoest, after a heavy accident. Harry Hargreaves died at his home in Lambertville, New Jersey.

Content Description

The collection contains correspondence and other miscellaneous items. The bulk of the collection consists of the Penny comic strip and political cartoons both in single and multi frame. There are also life drawings.

Use of the Collection

Restrictions on Access :  

Collection is open to the public.

Collection must be used in Special Collections & University Archives Reading Room.

Restrictions on Use :  

Property rights reside with Special Collections & University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries. Copyright resides with the creators of the documents or their heirs. All requests for permission to publish or from collection materials must be submitted to Special Collections & University Archives. The reader must also obtain permission of the copyright holder.

Archival material may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal and/or state right to privacy laws and other regulations.

Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable living individuals represented in this collection without the consent of those individuals may have legal ramifications (e.g. a cause of action for invasion of privacy may arise if facts concerning an individual's private life are published that would be deemed highly offensive to a reasonable person) for which the University of Oregon assumes no responsibility.

If a researcher finds sensitive personal information in a collection, please bring it to the attention of the reading room staff.

Preferred Citation :  

[Identification of item], Harry Haenigsen Papers, Ax 778, Special Collections & University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries, Eugene, Oregon.

Administrative Information

Arrangement :

Collection is organized into the following series:

  • Miscellaneous
  • Correspondence
  • Miscellaneous
  • Comic Strip Miscellaneous
  • Artist’s Clipping File
  • Miscellaneous
  • Artist’s Clipping File
  • Tearsheets
  • Miscellaneous
  • Political Cartoons
  • Life Drawings
  • Untitled Daily Comic Strips, from the New York Journal
  • News and Views Comic Strip in New York World
  • Multiple Frame Cartoons
  • News and Views Comic Strip in New York World
  • Clippings
  • Miscellaneous
  • Clippings and Drawings

Processing Note :  

Collection processed by processing staff, completed March 1974.


Detailed Description of the Collection

Miscellaneous
Container(s)
Description
Box
1 Cardboard advertisement for Penny cartoons
1 Oversized photographs

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Correspondence
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
Folder
1 1 Business correspondence: outgoing 1957
1 2 Business correspondence: incoming A-L 1939-1970
1 3 Business correspondence: incoming M-Z 1944-1962
1 4 Personal correspondence: incoming A-Z 1947-1966
1 5 Personal correspondence: outgoing 1920-1946
1 6 Fan letters 1943-1956
1 7 Fan letters 1940-1958
1 8 Fan letters 1935-1959

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Miscellaneous
Container(s)
Description
Box
Folder
1 9 Anthologies
1 10 Business notes
1 11 Memorabilia
1 12 Photographs
1 13 Photographs
1 14 Personal appearances

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Miscellaneous comic strips
Container(s)
Description
Box
Folder
1 15 Our Bill
1 16 Penny - Clippings and publicity
1 17 Penny - Books and comic books
1 18 Penny - Foreign language versions
1 19 Penny - Spin offs

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Artist's clipping file
Container(s)
Description
Box
Folder
1 20 Colliers
1 21 Colliers
1 22 Colliers
1 23 Miscellaneous sources

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Miscellaneous
Container(s)
Description
Box
Folder
2 Penny -party pack

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Artist's Clipping File
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
Folder
2 1 Colliers
2 2 New York World 1923
2 3 New York World 1924
2 4 New York World 1924
2 5 New York World 1924
2 6 New York World 1925
2 7 New York World 1925
2 8 New York World 1925
2 9 New York World 1925
2 10 New York World 1925
2 11 New York World 1925
2 12 New York World 1926
2 13 New York World 1926
2 14 New York World 1926
2 15 New York World 1926
2 16 New York World 1926
2 17 New York World 1927
2 18 New York World 1927
2 19 New York World 1927
3 1 New York World 1927
3 2 New York World 1927
3 3 New York World 1928
3 4 New York World 1928
3 5 New York World 1928
3 6 New York World 1928
3 7 New York World 1928
3 8 New York World 1928
3 9 New York World 1929
3 10 New York World 1929
3 11 New York World 1929
3 12 New York World 1929
3 13 New York World 1929
3 14 New York World 1930
3 15 New York World 1930
3 16 New York World 1930
3 17 New York World 1930
3 18 New York World 1930
4 1 New York World 1931
4 2 Penny 1945
4 3 Penny 1946
4 4 Penny 1946
4 5 Penny 1946
4 6 Penny 1947
4 7 Penny 1947
4 8 Penny 1948
4 9 Penny 1948
4 10 Penny 1948
4 11 Penny 1949
4 12 Penny 1949
4 13 Penny 1949
4 14 Penny 1950
4 15 Penny 1950
4 16 Penny 1950

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Tearsheets
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
Folder
4 17 Collier’s (“By the Gentlemen at the Keyhole”) 1929-1932
4 18 Colliers (articles) 1926-1934
4 19 Collier’s (“In One Ear”) and E.E. Slossom columns 1929-1930
5 1 Collier’s (contents page) 1929-1933
5 2 Collier’s (editorial page) 1926, 1928, 1931
5 3 Collier’s (“How Would you Play It?”) 1929-1932
5 4 Liberty Magazine 1928
5 5 Today 1935-1936
5 6 Life
5 7 Miscellaneous

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Miscellaneous
Container(s)
Description
Box
Folder
5 8 clippings

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Political Cartoons
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
SC 1 Incongruous Assembled. Pen and ink 17 x 26
SC 1 Votes and Virtue. Pen and ink 14x 21
SC 1 James J. Alsop. Ink and crayon 14 ½ x 21
SC 1 Where the Heart Is. Pen and ink 13 ½ x 19
SC 1 Prexy Steps Out. Ink and crayon 16 x 20 ½
SC 1 Kansas Cut-ups. Ink and crayon 13 x 17 ½
SC 1 The Price of Peace. Ink and crayon 14 ½ x 20 ½
SC 1 May the Best Man Win, and Gun Man Prohibition. Ink and wash 12 ½ x 14
SC 1 Real Republican. Pen and ink 10 x 15
SC 1 Call Me Pat. Ink and crayon 14 x 21
SC 1 The Major Prophet. Ink and crayon, 15 x 23
SC 1 The Pennsylvania Blues. Ink and wash 15 ½ x 21
SC 1 Jack’s Place. Pen and ink 14 x 21
SC 1 The Great Eclipse. Ink and crayon 15 ½ x 21
SC Just Another Cabinet. Ink and crayon 12 x 16
SC 1 Andrew William Nelson Blows Bubbles. Ink and wash 14x 20
SC 1 Will There be two Republican Parties as in 1912? Ink and wash 18 ½ x 23 ½
SC 1 The Watch on the Wine. Ink and crayon 15 x 20 ½
SC 1 Duty-Bound. Ink and crayon 13 x 18
SC 1 Post-War Hero. Ink and crayon 13 x 18
SC 1 Cabinet Pudding. Ink and crayon 14 x 21
SC 1 Undoing the Split. Ink and crayon 13 x 20
SC 1 Tammany Tamer. Pen and ink 14 x 20
SC 1 Will of the People. Pen and ink 10 x 14
SC 1 Losing Where it Hurts. Ink and crayon 11 ½ x 15 ½
SC 1 Relief Worker. Pen and ink 14 x 18 ½
SC 1 The Oregon Trader. Pen and ink 14 ½ x 21
SC 1 Swinging Dawes. Ink and wash 17 x 20
SC 1 Pride of the Party. Ink and crayon 14 x21
SC 1 Our Lucky Cousins. Ink and crayon 13 ½ x 17 ½
SC 1 Sunday School Lesson no. 1. Ink and wash 14 ½ x 16 ½
SC 1 Stimson Diplomacy. Pen and ink 13 ½ x 18
SC 1 Hot Air 99 44/100% Pure. Ink and crayon 15 ½ x 12 ½
SC 1 Beginning of Trial of Bruno Richard Hauptmann. NY Evening Journal. Pen and ink 15 ½ x 18 ½ January 3, 1935
SC 1 (Polishing the Armour) Pen and ink 8 ½ x 10
SC 1 Caviar from the Devoted Taxpayers. Pen and ink 11 x 14 ½
SC 1 (Questions for the Editor, AND the $10,000 a year man) Pen and ink 11 x 13 ½ September 30, 1933
SC 1 (Society lady with beer, pretzel and sausage) Pen and ink 7 x 12 August 4, 1931
SC 1 (Cupid and the Wrestler) Pen and ink 7 x 15 June 6, 1931
SC 1 (The Backseat Driver) Pen and ink 7 x 11 ½ July 21, 1931
SC 1 (Drilling the Skull) Pen and ink 7 ½ x 14 August 8, 1931
SC 1 Untitled. Pen and ink March 28, 1933
SC 1 Refuse a Stein and Pay a Fine. Pen and ink 8 x 14
SC 1 A Lift or I vote for Hoover. Pen and ink 6 x 9 ½
SC 1 John T. Corn-Borer. Pen and ink 6 x 11 November 15, 1932
SC 1 Veterans’ Bonus Paid Here. Pen and ink 6 x 13
SC 1 (Man Contemplating Campaign Posters) Pen and ink 7 x 15 January 6, 1931
SC 1 Help Heflin Come Back League. Pen and ink 7 ¼ x 14
SC 1 (Two Dries and Two Beers) Pen and ink 7 ½ x 14
SC 1 (Up the Rollercoaster with F.D.R.) Pen and ink 7 ½ x 14
SC 1 (The Orator and his Secretary) Pen and ink 7 ½ x 11 January 20, 1931
SC 1 Vote for Zklotz. Pen and ink 6 ½ x 11 ½ October 11, 1932
SC 1 (Trumpets of Daily Opinion) Pen and ink 8 x 14
SC 1 I’m Shot at Dozens of Times every Trip, for Christmas Ain’t What it used to Be. By H.I Phillips. Ink and wash 11 x 23 ½
SC 1 (George Bernard Shaw Laying down the Law) Pen and ink 7 x 14
SC 1 (Collier’s Around the World) Pen and ink 6 x 13
SC 1 GOP Code. Pen and ink 8 x 14 August 26, 1933
SC 1 (Diving, with Swan) Pen and ink 7 x 14
SC 1 (Frat Men against the GOP) Pen and ink 8 ½ x 15 ½ May 16, 1931
SC 1 (Hands across the Sea) Pen and ink 7 ½ x 15 ½
SC 1 (The Moth Leaves the Mailbox) Pen and ink 8 ½ x 13 ½ October 18, 1930
SC 1 (The Plunging Graph) pen and ink 7 ½ x 17, lower right corner missing
SC 1 (Secret Thoughts of the Leading Man) Pen and ink 8 ½ x 17
SC 1 To the Band Wagon. Pen and ink 6 x 14 January 24, 1933
SC 1 Good Intentions Paving Company. Pen and ink 7 ½ x 11
SC 1 Don’t Hoard. Pen and ink 7 ½ x 11 ½ February 7, 1933
SC 1 Applause for the Detective) Pen and ink 7 ½ x 11
SC 1 Mt. Rainier/ Mt. Tacoma. Pen and ink 7 x 12 ½ December 27, 1932
SC 1 Home Sweet Home. Pen and ink 7 ½ x 12 ½ December 27, 1932
SC 1 If Elected I Promise. Pen and ink 6 ½ x 11 ½ December 3, 1932
SC 1 (Stage-Managed Romance) Pen and ink 7 x 15 May 23, 1931
SC 1 (Crying Gallery) Pen and ink 7 x 12 ½ July 25, 1931
SC 1 (Imagining the Horse Race) Pen and ink 8 ½ x 11 ½ July 28, 1931
SC 1 Sheriff Sale: Lot no. 7. Pen and ink 6 ½ x 11 ½
SC 1 Christening Done While U Wait. Pen and ink 6 x 12
SC 1 Divorces-Take One. Pen and ink 6 x 14 July 7, 1931
SC 1 Hope. Pen and ink 5 ½ x 14 February 25, 1933
SC 1 To the Boneyard. Pen and ink 8 ½ x 14
SC 1 Sheriff Sale. Pen and ink 8 ½ x 11
SC 1 (Man and Woman with Halos) Pen and ink 4 ½ x 9 ½ September 12, 1931
SC 1 (The Devil in Homer) Pen and ink 6 x 12 ½ August 1, 1931
SC 1 To the Springs. Pen and ink 6 x 10 ½ July 7, 1931
SC 1 (To Catch the Foul Ball) Pen and ink 8 ½ x 14
SC 1 How to Succeed. Pen and ink 8 x 14 March 28, 1933
SC 1 (Idle Machine, Love-Struck Machinist and Pretty Girl) Pen and ink 8 x 14
SC 1 Having Resolved to Help Law Enforcement…, Pen and ink 8 x 17 ½
SC 1 (Woman Cutting Dry from Collier’s) Pen and ink 7 x 17 ½
SC 1 (Cupid and his Account Books) Pen and ink 7 ½ x 17 ½
SC 1 Lou Tellegen. Ink and crayon 10 ½ x 13 ½
SC 1 (The Femme Fatale and the Author) Pen and ink 7 x 12 ½
SC 1 21st Corps Rome. Pen and ink 8 x 14 April 11, 1933
SC 1 (Horseshoes and Shamrocks) Pen and ink 6 ½ x 13 ½ January 24, 1931
SC 1 Unemployed Buy Applejack. Pen and ink 7 x 17 November 18, 1930
SC 1 (Diplomat with Gas Can and Bobby) Pen and ink 7 x 12 July 4, 1931
SC 1 (Collier’s Under the Microscope) Pen and ink 8 x 14 July 15, 1933
SC 1 (Ghost and Gangster) Pen and ink 7 ½ x 17 ½ December 3, 1930
SC 1 (Chasing the Rabbit) Pen and ink 7 ½ x 14
SC 1 Public Enemy. Pen and ink 6 ½ x 17 April 11, 1931
SC 1 (Donkey at the Ballot Box) Pen and ink 7 x 12
SC 1 The Bus/Plane) Pen and ink 6 ½ x 13
SC 1 (The Begging Banker) Pen and ink 7 ½ x 14 July 1, 1933
SC 1 Wets Win. Pen and ink 7 x 14
SC 1 (Kicking over the Apple Cart) Pen and ink 7 ½ x 14
SC 1 Collier’s All-America Team. Pen and ink 8 x 17
SC 1 (The Devil’s Editorial) Pen and ink 6 x 14
SC 1 Uncle Joe’s Loans. Pen and ink 5 x 13 December 27, 1932
SC 1 (Clown among Money Bags) for editorial, Dry Those Tears. Ink and wash 8 ½ x 16 October 16, 1928
SC 1 (Money Out of the Saxophone) Pen and ink 5 ½ x 11
SC 1 (Radio Waves) Pen and ink 7 ½ x 14
SC 1 (Knight in Shining Armour) Pen and ink 7 x 9 March 22, 1932
SC 1 (An Interview with Stali) Pen and ink 7 x 10 ½ June 23, 1931
SC 1 (Lady Bountiful) Pen and ink 7 ½ x 11 July 18, 1931
SC 1 (Elephant with Canon) Pen and ink 7 x 17 ½ December 30, 1930
SC 1 We’re Tired of the Fesses and Burkes, Heflins and Raskobs, etc. Pen and ink 7 x 17 ½ March 17, 1931
SC 1 (Between the Sheriff and the Creditor) Pen and ink 5 ½ x 14
SC 1 (Tornado Approaching Anchored Man) Pen and ink 7 x 14
SC 1 New York, Chicago, Houston, Seattle. Pen and ink 6 x 17
SC 1 (Golfer in Plaid Knickers) Pen and ink 9 x 14 ½
SC 1 Unearthed, Washington D.C. Pen and ink 7 ½ x 14
SC 1 Panic Jokes A.D. 1801. Pen and ink 7 ½ x 14
SC 1 (The Line Outside the Editor’s Door) Pen and ink 7 x 17 June 13, 1931
SC 1 Spare the Axe and Spoil Everything. Pen and ink 6 ½ x 10 ½ April 23, 1932
SC 1 (Lamenting the Bank Closure) Pen and ink 6 ½ x 14 May 20, 1933
SC 1 (Father Time as Snail, 1929-1933) Pen and ink 8 x 14
SC 1 Do It Now. Pen and ink 7 ½ x 13 ½
SC 1 (Confused Father Time) for editorial Man and His Machine. Ink and wash 8 ½ x 16 October 16, 1928
SC 1 (Pegasus in the Ring) Pen and ink 6 ½ x 17 ½
SC 1 (Tammany Distributes the Wealth) Pen and ink 7 x 11
SC 1 (The Wall Street Angel) Pen and ink 6 ½ x 12
SC 1 Pay Air Tax Here. Pen and ink 6 x 12
SC 1 (Oriental Chasing Electric Bee) Pen and ink 8 x 14
SC 1 (The Dry’s Cornucopia) Pen and ink 7 ½ x 17 ½ January 27, 1931
SC 1 U.S to tax G.O.P. Pen and ink 7 ½ x 14
SC 1 (The Nosy Dry) Pen and ink 7 ½ x 16 May 23, 1931
SC 1 (Looking Under the Bed) Pen and ink 7 x 14
SC 1 (Golfer and Dog) Pen and ink 7 x 11
SC 1 (Salting the Lion’s Tail) Pen and ink 7 ½ x 17 ½
SC 1 (Protesting Eagle) Pen and ink 7 x 11 ½ November 5, 1932
SC 1 Score: 1720 Gals. Pen and ink 6 x 10 ½ December 10, 1932
SC 1 (Horror Story in Collier’s) Pen and ink 7 x 17 ½ February 21, 1931
SC 1 (The Draftsman) Pen and ink 6 ½ x 13 December 23, 1930
SC 1 Welcome to Wisconsin. Pen and ink 7 x 10 ½ September 26, 1931
SC 1 Love One Another, AND (Taking Notes in China) Pen and ink 14 x 16 May 2, 1933
SC 1 Barter Mart, AND (Canine Hate) Pen and ink 14 ½ x 14 ½ March 18, 1933
SC 1 Pay Window, AND (Editor: Devil and Angel) Pen and ink 14 x 14 ½ March 25, 1933
SC 1 3.2 not a Hic in a Hogshead, AND (Hitler’s Mother Goose) Pen and ink 14 x 16 ½ June 17, 1933
SC 1 Must Not, Prohibited, No! AND 1.75%. Pen and ink 12 ½ x 15 December 24, 1932
SC 1 To U.S. on Account, AND (Radio Exercises) Pen and ink 14 x 16 April 1, 1933
SC 1 He Who Votes War Fights It, AND Dictator: Commit no Nonsense. Pen and ink 14 x 16 April 8, 1933
SC 1 21st Amendment: Mind your own Business, AND (Bloodhounds in Top Hats) Pen and ink 14 x 16 April 7, 1931
SC 1 Join the Citizen’s Crime Prevention Committee, AND Cupid Broken-Hearted. Pen and ink ’ November 25, 1930
SC 1 Loans AND (Through the Hole in his Head) Pen and ink 13 x 13 ½ March 7, 1931
SC 1 (Groucho Proposing AND Enforced Drinking) Pen and ink 14 ½ x 16 ½ December 13, 1930
SC 1 I do not Choose, AND (Back to the Bottle) Pen and ink 15 ½ x 16 March 14, 1931
SC 1 (Balloting, AND Prohibition Near East Style) Pen and ink 15 ½ x 17 October 16, 1928
SC 1 (The Deaf Politician, AND Tracking the Questions) Pen and ink 15 x 17 January 17, 1930
SC 1 (Cost of Convict’s Clothes, AND Expatriation) Pen and ink 15 x 15 ½ May 6, 1933
SC 1 Wanted for Murder, AND Prohibition is Not an Issue. Pen and ink 15 x 17 April 25, 1931
SC 1 Fragile, Hands Off, AND Pitching a Heart. Pen and ink 14 ½ x 17 May 2, 1931
SC 1 (Dandy out of Wasp’s Nest) Pen and ink, 8 ½ x 14
SC 1 Arkansas Rain Drop, AND (Realism of the Radio) Pen and ink 14 x 17 September 2, 1933
SC 1 (Romantic Golfer, AND the Telephone Greeting) Pen and ink 13 ½ x 17 February 14, 1931
SC 1 Map of Canada, AND (Sheriff Sale with Micky Mouse) Pen and ink 12 x 14 December 31, 1932
SC 1 (Thinking about the Vote, Beer and War, AND DAR’s presentation to the Bolshevik) Pen and ink 12 x 12 ½ January 7, 1933
SC 1 Bank Closed, AND Reserved. Pen and ink 14 x 16 April 15, 1933
SC 1 Penrose, AND (Statue of a Gangster) Pen and ink 15 x 16 ½ January 10, 1930
SC 1 Let Frank do It, AND Any Week. Pen and ink 11 x 17 November 11, 1933
SC 1 (Tell it to da Judge, AND The Putting Machine) Pen and ink 15 x 17 November 8, 1930
SC 1 G.O. Destroy all Surplus, AND NRA: We do our Part. Pen and ink 12 ½ x 16 ½ November 25, 1933
SC 1 (The Common Man’s Idea) AND No Speed Limit. Pen and ink 15 x 17 November 22, 1930
SC 1 To the Tall Timber, AND (Arrested for Thinking) Pen and ink (14 x 16) November 29, 1930
SC 1 (Man in Chair Chained to Floor) Pen and ink 16 x 20
SC 1 Jozef Rulof, a Painter… for “Haenigsen’s Pen Depicts the Bucks County Art Show.” Ink and crayon 13 x 13 ½ September 6, 1948
SC 1 (Monkeys at the Picnic) for Snake in the Grass by Buck Straser. Watercolor 14 x 18 January 11, 1936
SC 1 It is almost Impossible Today… for The Book of Bootlegging Etiquette. by H.I. Phillips. Ink and wash 20 ½ x 22
SC 1 Installing Electric Lights, AND Government is Urged to Require, for Vitamins in Margarine. By E.E. Slosson. Ink and crayon 17 x 23 ½ April 30, 1929
SC 1 It is Bad Manners for a Young Man and Two Ladies to Step into a Canoe Three Abreast. For The Etiquette of the Summer Vacation by H.I. Phillips. Ink and wash 18 x 19 August 22, 1925
SC 1 (Chinese Strongman) for Chinese Editorial. Ink and crayon 16 ½ 17 ½
SC 1 It has Become an Lamentable Practice to Leap to the Radio and With a Twist of the Dial Throw the Artist back into the Ozone. For The Book of Radio Etiquette, by H.I. Phillips. Ink and wash 13 ½ x 13 ½
SC 1 (Gangster’s Custom Car) for The Gentle Gangster by H.I. Phillips. Ink and wash 17 ½ x 21
SC 1 (Man and Woman Playing Croquet) Ink and wash 15 x 16
SC 1 Fairy Tale Dangers. For Catching up with the World by H.I. Phillips. Ink and crayon 14 x 16
SC 1 (Hunter Following Tracks) for Hot on the Trail by H.I. Phillips. Ink and wash 10 x 19 ½
SC 1 (Santa Swearing Oath) for Christmas Ain’t What it used to Be by H.I. Phillips. Ink and wash 11 ½ x 15
SC 1 (Santa in the Dock) for Christmas Ain’t What it used to Be by H.I. Phillips. Ink and wash 16 x 18
SC 1 (Green Moray at the Aquarium) Pen and ink 6 x 9
SC 1 (Tuning the Radio) Pen and ink 9 x 10 ½
SC 1 (Convict at Masquerade Ball) Pen and ink 10 ½ x 13 ½
SC 1 Professor Stimson’s School for Struggling Scribes, for Correspondence Course. Ink and wash 11 ½ x 17
SC 1 Art is Broadening on Narrow Canal Bridge. Ink and crayon 11 ½ x 14 ½
SC 1 (Businessman Spreading Goodness and Light) for Hold Everything by Don Marquis. Ink and wash 15 x 18 December 1, 1934
SC 1 We Have Weathered Many Spells of Good Times Before. For Hold Everything by Don Marquis. Ink and wash 11 ½ x 13 December 1, 1934
SC 1 Gregory Ochre, who was brought home Labor Day from a Six Weeks’ Summer Outing is doing as well as could be Expected. For Did you Have a Good Time? By H.I. Phillips. Ink and wash 10 x 12
SC 1 (Sucker Plays the Shell-Game) for editorial Invest, Don’t Gamble. Ink and wash 13 x 14 ½ April 24, 1928
SC 1 Weighs More Hand than Ham, for Help Yourself by Maxine Davis. Ink and wash 9 x 10 August 17, 1935
SC 1 (Woman Serving Man Meal) for Help Yourself by Maxine Davis. Ink and wash 7 ½ x 10 August 17, 1935
SC 1 Won’t have Anything to Eat at Any Price, for Help Yourself by Maxine Davis. Ink and wash 10 x 13 July 8, 1935
SC 1 (Woman Powdering Nose with Dead Man on Floor). Ink and wash 12 ½ x 13
SC 1 (Spouses with Chains and Magnifying Glasses). Ink and wash 14 x 20
SC 1 Evolution. Pen and ink 13 x 18 ½
SC 1 Brontosaurus and Elf. Charcoal 15 ½ x 20
SC 1 (Bar, with Beer and Ladies). Ink and wash 2 ½ x 8 ½
SC 1 (Piles of Money at the Gambling Table). Ink and wash 2 ½ x 8 ½
SC 1 Life, for What No Chaperones? By Emily Post. Ink and wash 21 x 29
SC 1 If the Trip is to be Made by Train… for The Book of Racing Etiquette by H.I. Phillips. Ink and wash 20 x 24
SC 1 There is a Soothing Satisfaction…for The Book of Etiquette for Motorists by H.I. Phillips. Ink and was 20 x 27 September 26, 1925
SC 1 (Confrontations in the Street) for Answer Yes or No! by H.I Phillips. Ink and wash 16 ½ x 24 ½
SC 1 Industry’s Captains, Kings and Chancellors… for Figgerin’ Fools by William P. Helm. Ink and wash 20 x 27
SC 1 Men and Women Rigidly Trained… for, The Etiquette of the Summer Vacation by H.I. Phillips. Ink and wash 20 ½ x 26 August 22, 1925
SC 1 (Divorce Saves Society from Social Evils) for There are Few Bad Divorces by Rose P. Stokes. Ink and wash 19 ½ x 29 February 13, 1926
SC 1 (Examination of the Football Player) for Their Weight in Gold by J. Heisman. Ink and wash 17 ½ x 23
SC 1 (Dollars on the Dole) for You Tell ‘em by John T. Flynn. Ink and wash 19 x 23
SC 1 (Portrait Bust against N.Y. Skyline) for Big Town Bob. Ink and wash 15 x 19 ½ March 21, 1931
SC 1 The Acid Test of Class. Can He Remove his Trousers while Sitting or Laying Down? Ink and wash 15 x 18

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Life drawings
Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
SC 1 (Head of lion, with pencil studies). Pen and ink 8 x 10 August 31, 1920
SC 1 (Unfinished seated female nude, with portrait study). Charcoal 19 x 22
SC 1 (Studies: seated and standing female nude, profile). Charcoal
SC 1 (Seated female nude). Charcoal 18 x 23
SC 1 (Seated female nude, ¾ profile, with figure studies). Red charcoal 12 ½ x 22 ½
SC 1 (Studies: hands, arms and feet). Charcoal 18 x 23 ½
SC 1 (Seated female nude, profile). Charcoal 17 x 21 ½
SC 1 (Seated female nude). Charcoal 18 x 23 ½
SC 1 (Unfinished bust). Charcoal 17 ½ x 22 ½
SC 1 (Seated male nude). Charcoal 17 x 23
SC 1 (Male nude, rear). Charcoal 17 x 23 ½
SC 1 (Full length female nude). Charcoal 17 x 23 ½
SC 1 (Studies: profile and ¾ standing female nudes). Charcoal 17 x 24
SC 1 (Reclining female nude). Charcoal
SC 1 (Seated female nudes). Charcoal
SC 1 (Male nude). Charcoal 17 x 24
SC 1 (Seated male nude, ¾ rear). Charcoal 18 ½ x 23
SC 1 (Seated male nude, profile). Charcoal 17 x 23
SC 1 (Unfinished male nude, ¾ rear, with figure studies). Charcoal 18 x 24
SC 1 (Female nude, torso). Charcoal 17 ½ x 24
SC 1 (Male nude with lamb). Charcoal 18 x 24 ½ November 11, 1928
SC 1 (Unfinished profile bust). Charcoal 18 x 23
SC 1 (Male nude). Charcoal 18 x 23
SC 1 (Male nude, torso). Charcoal 18 x 23 October 5, 1921
SC 1 (Unfinished female nude). Charcoal 17 ½ x 24 ½
SC 1 (Unfinished female nude, torso, with figure studies). Charcoal 18 x 23 ½
SC 1 (Male nude). Charcoal
SC 1 (Female nude with figure studies). Charcoal 17 ½ x 24 ½
SC 1 (Studies: sitting, standing, reclining female nude). Charcoal 14 ½ x 22
SC 1 (Reclining female, nude). Charcoal 17 ½ x 24
SC 1 (Unfinished full length female nude, rear). Charcoal 14 ½ x 20
SC 1 (3/4 length male nude). Charcoal 17 ½ x 23
SC 1 (Female torso). Charcoal

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Untitled daily comic strips, from the New York Journal

All originals in pen and ink, 14 x 14.

Container(s)
Description
Dates
Box
SC 2 Diving Champion Does Diana Dive July 12, 1937
SC 2 This New Sunshine Top June 2, 1937
SC 2 And now, my Friends, Washington Politicians… May 25, 1937
SC 2 Psychologist advises girls July 6, 1937
SC 2 It’s the Very Latest Mode, Miss June 16, 1937
SC 2 Lindbergh Predicts June 9, 1937
SC 2 Slang from American Movies June 7, 1937
SC 2 Paul V. McNutt U.S. High Commissioner June 26, 1937
SC 2 Britain Wants to Surround Spain June 4, 1937
SC 2 Expert Advises City Drivers July 3, 1937
SC 2 Soviet Russia has Claimed the North Pole May 26, 1937
SC 2 A Talking Animated Mailbox June 10, 1937
SC 2 I Just been Readin About June 19, 1937
SC 2 Bridge Playing Women August 6, 1937
SC 2 Former Yale President Becomes Head
SC 2 If our Birthrate Continues to Fall June 15, 1937
SC 2 Why Don’t we have some Strikes July 7, 1937
SC 2 Court Issues Injunction August 9, 1937
SC 2 Bankrupt Store Gives Party July 12, 1937
SC 2 Television, at Least, over Telephones, will be here June 30, 1937
SC 2 He Asked for a Raise August 7, 1937
SC 2 Fashion Decrees Stripes… July 10, 1937
SC 2 Wearers of Shorts Violate no Law May 28, 1937
SC 2 A Restaurant Where Patrons Catch
SC 2 Woman Candidate for Mayor July 8, 1937
SC 2 Army Post at Mitchell Field, New York June 8, 1937
SC 2 If We Expose and Punish June 1937
SC 2 It all Started a Few Seasons Back May 27, 1937
SC 2 Public Warned of “Pants Burglar” July 15, 1937
SC 2 Duke of Windsor Knits a Sweater May 24, 1937
SC 2 A South Carolina Grocery Store June 11, 1937
SC 2 Writer Says Chronic Auto Speeders June 1937
SC 2 City Dwellers Who Leave Apartments June 5, 1937
SC 2 Ah! A Group Has Been Organized July 13, 1937
SC 2 Woman Philanthropist wants all Camels June 3, 1937
SC 2 Here’s to Charlie McCackle July 14, 1937
SC 2 Members of Wisconsin Legislature June 1, 1937
SC 2 If the Epidemic Continues to Spread June 28, 1937
SC 2 A Huge Moving Sidewalk may be Built June 1937
SC 2 Beware of Strange Dogs July 9, 1937
SC 2 Non-Striking Workers Swim River May 28, 1937
SC 2 Eva Le Gallienne will Play the Part of Hamlet June 1937

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News and Views comic strip in New York World

All originals in pen and ink, all approximately 10 x 26.

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SC 2 We Sanction More Sanctions
SC 2 Pay as You Park
SC 2 More Darn Fun
SC 2 Time Will Tell
SC 2 It Won’t Be Long Now
SC 2 Friends and Neighbors
SC 2 It Won’t be Long Now
SC 2 Did Mussolini Wink
SC 2 Trouble in Paradise
SC 2 The News
SC 2 The News
SC 2 It’s Charged that the Brain Trust
SC 2 After all these Years
SC 2 City Zoo-Office of Head Keeper
SC 2 Clothes make the Man Manageable
SC 2 What! No Gas Buggies?
SC 2 Home was Never Like This
SC 2 Nothing for Nothing May 15, 1937
SC 2 You Never Can Tell
SC 2 Curly Head
SC 2 An Eighteen Year Old Boy Defeated Francis Quimet
SC 2 After all These Years
SC 2 Life’s Funny That Way
SC 2 P-U-L-ease, Gen. Johnson!
SC 2 Gee! This is a Funny Place
SC 2 1/3 of a Century of Progress
SC 2 After all These Years
SC 2 Strategy At the Fifty Yard Line
SC 2 1937 March 27, 1937
SC 2 Any Day Now!
SC 2 After all These Years
SC 2 No Increase in Prices
SC 2 The Hero
SC 2 Stranger Within Our Gates September 21, 1937
SC 2 History Repeats
SC 2 Next Week, East Lynne April 15, 1937
SC 2 Police at a Profit
SC 2 I do Solemnly Swear
SC 2 Give a Thought to Sleep
SC 2 Try Anything Once
SC 2 The Thanksgivers
SC 2 Tarzan
SC 2 Eel Eel-ectrics!
SC 2 Fireside Chats
SC 2 It Won’t Be Long Now
SC 2 It’s About Time!
SC 2 To the Tables Men
SC 2 Two of the Boys
SC 2 The Worm Turns
SC 2 Raise the Taxes!
SC 2 Share the Wealth
SC 2 Let Us Spray
SC 2 Public Servants
SC 2 After all These Years
SC 2 Sleep, Little One, Sleep!
SC 2 It’s About Time May 3, 1937
SC 2 School Days
SC 2 The National Turnover
SC 2 Sky Cops
SC 2 Will Wonders Never Cease?
SC 2 It May Become a Custom
SC 2 Diary Jitters
SC 2 Ring out Glad Bells
SC 2 Those Politicians Party Emblems
SC 2 After All these Cheers
SC 2 After all These Years
SC 2 Steps to Success
SC 2 After All These Years March 14, 1937
SC 2 School Days
SC 2 This Textile Strike may go on and on
SC 2 And We Think It’s Over
SC 2 Private Life
SC 2 Open Letter
SC 2 It Won’t be Long Now
SC 2 Open Letter
SC 2 Two of the Boys
SC 2 Horse Food
SC 2 After All These Years
SC 2 More Violins and Less Violence
SC 2 Pigeons and People
SC 2 Pigeons and People
SC 2 Time Will Tell
SC 2 Honor at Last
SC 2 The Glory that was Greece
SC 2 Food For Thought
SC 2 This Day and Age
SC 2 It’s Mutiny
SC 2 The Statesman

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SC 2 I Want Four Decks of Bridge Cards… Ink and wash 15 x 22 October 23, 1937
SC 2 This Wide Trouser Movement… Ink and wash 14 ½ x 20 August 14, 1926
SC 2 Get Two of Your Buddies and We’ll Shoot a Couple Rubbers of Bridge. Ink and Wash 14 ½ x 20 July 25, 1937
SC 2 Sometimes I get Pretty Fed up with this Graft! Ink and wash 10 ½ x 14 ½ May 13, 1933
SC 2 Concerts, Lectures, Shows, Movies, Sports! Ink and wash 15 x 16 May 20, 1937
SC 2 Tch! Tch! The Things Some People Do! Ink and wash 17 ½ x 20
SC 2 Yes, It’ll Be a Joint Account. Pen and ink 11 x 13 ½
SC 2 Yes, It’ll Be a Joint Account. Ink and wash 15 x 22 November 20, 1937
SC 2 Jack, Have You Been Using My Bread Knife… Ink and wash 11 ½ x 13 ½ February 15, 1936
SC 2 Now, Remember, You’re Welcome to Visit… Ink and crayon 10 x 12 May 11, 1939
SC 2 I Bought Him Along to Keep His Appointment… Ink and wash 10 x 11 ½ December 28, 1935
SC 2 Please Realize, Folks You’re Bidding on the Heirlooms… Ink and wash 10 ½ x 13 ½ April 8, 1939
SC 2 (Little Red Riding Hood and the Bauhaus) for the New Yorker. Ink and wash 12 x 15 October 29, 1938
SC 2 What Happened to Jeanne? Pen and ink 11 x 16 ½
SC 2 Supt? Come Right Up! Ink and wash 13 ½ x 14 January 4, 1936
SC 2 Gold Bricks by Radio. Ink and wash 18 x 20 August 22, 1931
SC 2 He’s Lost! Ink and wash 15 ½ x 16 ½ January 21, 1936
SC 2 The Sap Should have Played his Singleton Diamond. Ink and wash 12 x 14 November 28, 1931
SC 2 He Says the Nicest Things. Ink and wash 15 x 20 December 18, 1937
SC 2 Win 800,000 Dollars! Ink and wash 20 x 24 ½

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SC 2 (The Love-Bird Controversy). Pen and ink 20 x 24 ½
SC 2 (Carving a Heart and a Triangle). Pen and ink 18 x 24
SC 2 Thanksgiving. Pen and ink 14 ½ x 20 ½
SC 2 (To the Solarium). Pen and ink 16 x 22
SC 2 After all These Years. Pen and ink 16 x 22
SC 2 (The Impartial Observer). Pen and ink 12 ½ x 18 ½
SC 2 (The Flag Passes). Pen and ink 10 x 13
SC 2 (Swastika and Canon). Pen and ink 11 x 12 ½
SC 2 (Subway Readers). Ink and wash 9 ½ x 13
SC 2 (Repairing the Clock). Pen and ink 12 ½ x 14
SC 2 (The Tattoo Exhibit). Pen and ink 14 x 16
SC 2 (Artist Painting). Pen and ink 12 x 13 ½
SC 2 (A Real Life Saver). Pen and ink 20 x 24 ½
SC 2 (The Naïve Bellboy). Pen and ink 18 x 24 ½
SC 2 (Shooting Gallery Up-to-Date). Pen and ink 19 ½ x 25 ½
SC 2 The Go-Getter. Pen and ink 16 x 21 ½

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News and Views comic strip in New York World

All originals in pen and ink, all approximately 10 x 26.

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SC 3 Use it Wh___ (missing)
SC 3 Payment Deferred
SC 3 Parks at a Profit
SC 3 Cuckoo!
SC 3 To My Valentine
SC 3 Why Not?
SC 3 Private Life of a Brain Truster
SC 3 A Dog’s Life
SC 3 Dry Ice July 7, 1937
SC 3 As You Like It April 29, 1937
SC 3 Quick, Commissioner, A Medal!
SC 3 Sweet Mystery of Life
SC 3 The Hand is Quicker than the Eye
SC 3 Won’t You be Seated?
SC 3 That First Spring Day
SC 3 The Man Who Came Back
SC 3 You Never Know
SC 3 A.D. (Anno Delerium) 1934
SC 3 They Pay to Advertise!
SC 3 After Anti-Betting Repeal
SC 3 So, They Can’t Take it!
SC 3 Open Letter
SC 3 Speaking of Crop Reduction
SC 3 After All These Years
SC 3 After All These Tears
SC 3 After All These Years
SC 3 It Won’t be Long Now
SC 3 Inspired by the Anti-Noise
SC 3 It’s the Same Man
SC 3 Time for a New Deal
SC 3 Relief at Last
SC 3 Love’s Labor Lost
SC 3 It Won’t Be Long Now
SC 3 The Goal Post Problem
SC 3 (Tax Structure)
SC 3 Harvard Scientists Report
SC 3 (Dancing With the Hat)
SC 3 Well, I Suppose You Think
SC 3 Well, I Suppose You Think
SC 3 A Little Publicity Now and Then
SC 3 After All These Years
SC 3 Mayor LaGuardia Wants to Convert
SC 3 Slippery Weather
SC 3 Enough is Plenty
SC 3 Friends and Neighbors
SC 3 Our Own Grand National
SC 3 90 Degrees in the Shade
SC 3 After All These Years
SC 3 Lovely to Look At August 10, 1937
SC 3 It’s all in Knowing How
SC 3 Two of the Boys
SC 3 The Great Mouthpiece
SC 3 Suppose we all Adopt
SC 3 More Truth than Wit
SC 3 The Braintruster
SC 3 Why Strong Men Weaken
SC 3 If the Strike Goes On and ON
SC 3 A Man and his Tax
SC 3 The Superman
SC 3 Meet Mr. Santa Claus
SC 3 Don’t Let It Happen Here March 25, 1937
SC 3 Honesty Pays
SC 3 On With the Dance
SC 3 Time Will Tell
SC 3 Enough Is Plenty
SC 3 It Won’t Be Long Now
SC 3 The National Stepchild
SC 3 Fussing over Father
SC 3 Stranger Things Have Happened
SC 3 After all These Years
SC 3 A Lot of Heels
SC 3 By Special Request
SC 3 Faster Air Mail
SC 3 After all These Years
SC 3 It Could be Worse
SC 3 After all These Years
SC 3 Express Yourself!
SC 3 More Trail Markers
SC 3 Who’s Nude-y Now?
SC 3 The Invisible Man
SC 3 I Wouldn’t be Surprised
SC 3 Oh, What a Relief
SC 3 Club Life
SC 3 We Can Hardly Wait!
SC 3 Honor at Last!
SC 3 The Chain Gang
SC 3 New York Fashion Expert Says
SC 3 The Battle of the Century
SC 3 Shall we Enjoy the Ladies
SC 3 Martyrs to Science
SC 3 The Savage Spectator
SC 3 Even as You and I
SC 3 Combine Business and Pleasure
SC 3 After all These Years
SC 3 After all These Years
SC 3 The Seven Language Boot
SC 3 Mad Hatters
SC 3 The Auto-Auto-Gyro
SC 3 The Jaywalker Problem
SC 3 Pedestrian Control
SC 3 Summer Snapshots August 29, 1937
SC 3 After all These Years
SC 3 Help Us to Help Ourselves March 16, 1937
SC 3 Neat but not Gaudy
SC 3 Auto Show Notes
SC 3 It’s Mutiny, Men!
SC 3 Helpful Hints
SC 3 After all These Years
SC 3 The Human Race
SC 3 The Round Up April 19, 1937
SC 3 So! She’s Not Home Yet!
SC 3 We Undo Our Part
SC 3 Awake and Sing!
SC 3 Fish Story
SC 3 Art Goes Underground
SC 3 Spring Training May 7, 1937
SC 3 Happy Father’s Day
SC 3 More Truth than Wit
SC 3 Not Yet But Soon!
SC 3 Nerve Tonic
SC 3 Periscope Hats February 23, 1937
SC 3 An Alderman has Suggested
SC 3 A Quiet Day with Mr. Insull
SC 3 After all These Years
SC 3 It Depends on Where You Sit
SC 3 Helpful Harmony
SC 3 After all These Years
SC 3 It Wont be Long Now
SC 3 More Candid Camera
SC 3 After all These Years
SC 3 Offside
SC 3 Sugar Coated Campaigns
SC 3 All Road Hogs aren’t in Cars
SC 3 There has been so much
SC 3 There has been so much
SC 3 If the City Runs a
SC 3 November Saturday
SC 3 Forewarned
SC 3 Watch the Birdie
SC 3 Now that you Mention It
SC 3 After all These Years
SC 3 Faith, Hope and Charity
SC 3 Watch the Birdie
SC 3 After all These Years
SC 3 It Wont be Long Now
SC 3 Seventeen Clerks in…
SC 3 Summer Problems Neatly Solved
SC 3 Sight Makes Right 0
SC 3 I Cash Clothes!
SC 3 Happy Days are Here Again
SC 3 Holy Wetlock
SC 3 Bagdad on the Subway
SC 3 Helpful Harmony
SC 3 After all These Years
SC 3 The News
SC 3 Wired for Sound
SC 3 Safe and Sane
SC 3 Citizens Be Seated!
SC 3 The Boon-Doggle Boon
SC 3 Hot Coal Dancers
SC 3 Spare Our Illusions
SC 3 After all These Years
SC 3 It’s About Time
SC 3 Just one Big Happy Family
SC 3 Why Husbands Go Mad
SC 3 First Aid for the Snowbound
SC 3 Merry Christmas
SC 3 Remind me to Show you
SC 3 Sex Saves the Day
SC 3 Fellow Citizens
SC 3 Political Punctuation
SC 3 Efficiency Note
SC 3 The Nation is Throbbing
SC 3 Preserve the Pedestrian
SC 3 Every Little Bit Helps
SC 3 The City Beautiful
SC 3 Whither Are We Drifting?
SC 3 Kitchen Chapeaus
SC 3 Say it With Floats!
SC 3 This Time of Year
SC 3 After all These Years
SC 3 WPA Presents
SC 3 You Never Can Tell
SC 3 Use Scalp-O-Vig
SC 3 Why Cartoonists go Mad
SC 3 Cooperation
SC 3 3,000 Years From Now
SC 3 After all These Years
SC 3 Cheap at Half the Price
SC 3 The Pain-Killer
SC 3 Packing them in the Aisles
SC 3 Pay as you Pet
SC 3 The Big Parade
SC 3 A Book in Every Port
SC 3 List Shows Seventeen Persons
SC 3 After all These Years
SC 3 The Firm Gets Air-Minded
SC 3 More Darn Fun
SC 3 It Wont Be Long Now!
SC 3 After all These Years
SC 3 Strike Me Pink
SC 3 Collect That Tax!
SC 3 Time Will Tell
SC 3 After all These Years!
SC 3 Who’s Loony Now?
SC 3 Man of Destiny
SC 3 Help Wanted
SC 3 Postmaster General Farley
SC 3 Honesty Pays
SC 3 After all These Years
SC 3 Light on the Subject
SC 3 Down to Earth
SC 3 Make a Record of That
SC 3 Label It
SC 3 The News
SC 3 More Truth than Wit!
SC 3 A Day with a Braintruster
SC 3 No Kidding
SC 3 No Kidding
SC 3 Half and Half
SC 3 Striking Elevator Operators
SC 3 Huey Long Honors
SC 3 After all These Years
SC 3 A Dog’s Life February 22, 1937
SC 3 In The Dough
SC 3 Fresh Fields
SC 3 Sugar Coated
SC 3 It Wont Bee Long Now
SC 3 Safe and Sane
SC 3 The Farmer in the Dell July 31, 1937
SC 3 The Week End
SC 3 Ten Extra Years
SC 3 It’s Started Again
SC 3 If They Could Only Cook
SC 3 Parents Should Punish Themselves
SC 3 A Robot in Every Home
SC 3 After all These Years
SC 3 Watch the Birdie May 6, 1937
SC 3 Hobby Hats
SC 3 A Ray of Hope
SC 3 Our Own All American Team
SC 3 Diary of a Gob
SC 3 It Won’t Be Long Now
SC 3 After all These Years
SC 3 Vacation Helps
SC 3 Going Bugs
SC 3 Hosts of Hostesses
SC 3 Everyday Olympics
SC 3 For Shame, America!
SC 3 John Doe, Esq.
SC 4 They Pay to Advertise
SC 4 It’s a Pleasure
SC 4 After all These Years
SC 4 After all These Years
SC 4 After all These Years
SC 4 War is Swell!
SC 4 Book Larnin!
SC 4 The Driver Show
SC 4 Number Please
SC 4 The Forest Primeval
SC 4 Stocks and Blondes
SC 4 Stocks and Blondes
SC 4 Now-A-Days
SC 4 Male and Female February 27, 1937
SC 4 Say it with Statues March 29, 1937
SC 4 After Forty Four Days
SC 4 An Ounce of Preservation
SC 4 Under Cover Picketing
SC 4 Speaking of Abdications
SC 4 Just a Suggestion
SC 4 Come one, Come All!
SC 4 More Waste, Less Speed
SC 4 After all These Years
SC 4 Civilization of Mankind
SC 4 Plans are Being Considered…
SC 4 Check Up of NY City
SC 4 “Spike” O’Donnell, Notorious
SC 4 Guess What! Columbia
SC 4 And We Never Knew
SC 4 Love Sick
SC 4 And We Never Knew!
SC 4 Who’s Looney Now?
SC 4 It’s Sane to be Insane
SC 4 Is Everybody Happy?
SC 4 Soviet Russia has Just Opened
SC 4 Capital Punishment
SC 4 Where There’s a Will
SC 4 Traveler
SC 4 Saved!
SC 4 Easter Parade: His First High Hat!
SC 4 Shall We Join the Ladies?
SC 4 Ask Any Husband
SC 4 Something to Look Forward to
SC 4 After all These Years
SC 4 Footnotes
SC 4 How did you do Without ‘Em?
SC 4 Two of the Boys
SC 4 Sporting Blood
SC 4 It Wont be Long Now
SC 4 Sauce for the Goose!
SC 4 After all These Years
SC 4 Let the Punishment fit the Crime
SC 4 After all These Years April 16, 1937
SC 4 Fellow Citizens
SC 4 As You Like It
SC 4 Take a Deep Breath
SC 4 Diary of a Schoolboy, A.D. 1936
SC 4 After all These Years
SC 4 Seconds that Seem Centuries
SC 4 You Never Can Tell
SC 4 It Wont be Long Now!
SC 4 It Really Happened
SC 4 The Good Neighbor Policy
SC 4 Verse and More of It
SC 4 April Fool!
SC 4 Who’s Afraid?
SC 4 Hello Folks
SC 4 Solving the Speed Problem
SC 4 Metal Modes
SC 4 What Every Wife Knows
SC 4 Fellow Citizens
SC 4 Crook Uses Painted Screen
SC 4 Appropriate
SC 4 The Worm Turns
SC 4 More Truth Than Wit
SC 4 Just a Few Lines to Say—-
SC 4 They’ll Never Admit It!
SC 4 So One Thing Led to Another
SC 4 Picketing the Law
SC 4 It Happens Every Day
SC 4 Quintuplets
SC 4 The Pity of It!
SC 4 Shame On You!
SC 4 Man About Town
SC 4 Are You Going T
SC 4 Open Letter
SC 4 After all These Years
SC 4 Why is a Jaywalker?
SC 4 The Comeback
SC 4 School Days
SC 4 Saw and Grow Thin
SC 4 Candor At Last!
SC 4 More Truth than Wit
SC 4 Something Should be Done About It
SC 4 The Day after Taxes
SC 4 Why Sportswriters Go Mad
SC 4 Give a Thought to Hats!
SC 4 Or Vice Versa
SC 4 Wilbur Glenn Voliva
SC 4 Frankie and Johnnie (and Jimmy)
SC 4 Coin of the Realm!
SC 4 What Every Wife Knows
SC 4 Is Everybody Happy?
SC 4 Life is Like That
SC 4 Sweet Mysteries of Life
SC 4 Time Will Tell
SC 4 Club Life
SC 4 More Darn Fun
SC 4 Perhaps the Prison Authorities
SC 4 Why Should Football Keep
SC 4 Who’s Baloony Now?
SC 4 A Week With a Football Fiend
SC 4 A Penny Saved
SC 4 Employees of this Establishment…
SC 4 In Spite of Laboratory
SC 4 Divot Diplomats
SC 4 After all These Years!
SC 4 Two of the Boys
SC 4 Safe in Bed
SC 4 It Wont be Long Now
SC 4 If the Number of Autos
SC 4 The Long and Shorts of It!
SC 4 US Taxi Drivers will
SC 4 Auto Aids
SC 4 Packing ‘Em In
SC 4 Now that Our Subway
SC 4 After all These Years March 31, 1937
SC 4 The Hudson County New Jersey Bar
SC 4 (B) Roads and (T) Highways
SC 4 Don’t Waste the Auto-Giro!
SC 4 Number Please
SC 4 The Electric Eye
SC 4 Make it a Sporting Proposition
SC 4 A Lot of Huey
SC 4 Grounded
SC 4 After all These Years
SC 4 Criminal at Large
SC 4 American Men Urged to
SC 4 It Won’t be Long Now
SC 4 A Guard, Caught with a…
SC 4 Raking the Cash
SC 4 The News
SC 4 It’s not the Gift it’s the Sentiment
SC 4 Handle With Care
SC 4 After all These Years
SC 4 Braintrust to the Rescue
SC 4 Coming, Passive Campaigning
SC 4 The “Built-In” Future
SC 4 The Skeptic
SC 4 Mayor LaGuardia has Suggested
SC 4 Mayor LaGuardia has Office
SC 4 Every Life an Open Book!
SC 4 Fun For Young and Old!
SC 4 The Thrill is Gone
SC 4 After all These Years
SC 4 It Won’t be Long Now
SC 4 After all These Years
SC 4 Public Benefactors
SC 4 Quiet, Please!
SC 4 Open Letter
SC 4 The Vandal Who Viciously
SC 4 Public Benefactors
SC 4 Happy Motoring
SC 4 When Tailors get Together
SC 4 Will it Come to This?
SC 4 Back to the Soil
SC 4 Well, Back at the Old
SC 4 Too Simple For Words
SC 4 Label ‘Em!
SC 4 The Chain Gang
SC 4 The New Sales Resistance
SC 4 Payment in Kind
SC 4 The News
SC 4 What’s a Little Borrowing Among Friends?
SC 4 More Truth than Wit
SC 4 Because of an Undivulged
SC 4 Why Strong Men Weaken April 27, 1937
SC 4 Home Was Never Like This
SC 4 Registered Racketeers
SC 4 London Papers Please Copy!
SC 4 Under the New Federal Laws
SC 4 It Wont be Long Now
SC 4 Its About Time
SC 4 Its About Time May 22, 1937
SC 4 Say it With Music
SC 4 Life is Like That
SC 4 Something We Et no Doubt
SC 4 The Deathknell of Crime
SC 4 Several Well-Known Authors
SC 4 Be a Sport
SC 4 Second Childhood
SC 4 Shades of Confucius!
SC 4 Japan Has Been Accused
SC 4 Love in Bloom
SC 4 The First Jump
SC 4 After all These Years
SC 4 Oh! What a Relief!
SC 4 Why Strong Men Weaken
SC 4 These Blessings in Disguise
SC 4 Things Might Be Worse
SC 4 Where There’s a Will
SC 4 New Complications
SC 4 How Do They Do It?
SC 4 Big Brothers
SC 4 Share the Wealth
SC 4 More Truth than Wit
SC 4 Science Marches On!
SC 4 They Call it Human Nature March 21, 1937
SC 4 Life is Like That
SC 4 The Man Who did Something About It
SC 4 Don’t Let it Happen Again
SC 4 It’s About Time
SC 4 Time Will Tell May 12, 1937
SC 4 This is “Help the Crook Month”!
SC 4 After all These Years
SC 4 Sport Note
SC 4 Sweet Science
SC 4 The New Arrival
SC 4 Following President Roosevelt’s
SC 4 It Can Happen Here August 12, 1937
SC 4 American Close-Up
SC 4 That Old Refrain
SC 4 The Cure
SC 4 He Who Gets Slapped
SC 4 Why Not? August 15, 1937
SC 4 After all These Years!
SC 4 Johnny Get Your Gun!
SC 4 It Wont be Long Now
SC 4 Good Will Toward Men
SC 4 After all These Years
SC 4 After all These Year
SC 4 Don’t Be Yourself! May 8, 1937
SC 4 Don’t Be Yourself!
SC 4 So Some Don’t Play!
SC 4 Labor Saving August 1, 1937
SC 4 Boy Meets Girl
SC 4 Tourist
SC 4 It’s All in Knowing How
SC 4 Louder and Funnier
SC 4 Who Can Tell?
SC 4 Fresh Fields May 13, 1937
SC 4 It’s About Time
SC 4 The Magic of a Name
SC 4 After all These Years May 11, 1937
SC 4 The Descent of Man
SC 4 Going to Far July 27, 1937
SC 4 Smoke Gets in Your Hair
SC 4 Hounding the Hounds
SC 4 Black Magic
SC 4 Curb the Booth Hog
SC 4 They’re at it Again
SC 4 Let’s Get Together
SC 4 A Stitch in Time
SC 4 Back to Normal?
SC 4 Little Washington
SC 4 In Darkest Gotham
SC 4 Economy
SC 4 October and No Steam
SC 4 Friends and Neighbors
SC 4 The Political Highway
SC 4 Whispering
SC 4 Came the Thaw
SC 4 School Days
SC 4 The Breaking Point
SC 4 Midnight Melody
SC 4 Sponsored Sports
SC 4 Jail! Jail! The Gang’s all Here
SC 4 The Worm Turns
SC 4 It’s About Time April 17, 1937
SC 4 Culture on Account
SC 4 99 44/100% pure
SC 4 NY City Has Just Auctioned off
SC 4 After all These Years
SC 4 It Wont be Long Now!
SC 4 The Brain Truster at Home
SC 4 Why Strong Men Weaken
SC 4 He Saw His Duty
SC 4 A Pleasure!
SC 4 After all These Years
SC 4 Speaking of Crop Reduction July 5, 1937
SC 4 Shades of Adam!
SC 4 Art is Wrong
SC 4 Fog Chasers
SC 4 Dat Ole Debbil Press
SC 4 The News
SC 4 The News
SC 4 Sad But True
SC 4 American “Human Fly” April 12, 1937
SC 4 With Sound Effects
SC 4 The News March 18, 1937
SC 4 After all These Years
SC 4 The Nouns Bursting in Air
SC 4 After all These Years
SC 4 After all These Years
SC 4 More Truth than Wit!
SC 5 The Sweet Dry and Dry
SC 5 Time Will Tell
SC 5 And So To Bed
SC 5 Diary of a Straw Hat May 18, 1937
SC 5 After all These Years
SC 5 It Wont Be Long Now
SC 5 The Walking Fish
SC 5 The Feminine Touch
SC 5 Friends and Neighbors
SC 5 Give Us More Uniforms
SC 5 Easter Eggs
SC 5 After all These Years
SC 5 It’s all in Knowing How
SC 5 Strain
SC 5 After all These Years
SC 5 The Police say the Holdup
SC 5 Man, the Master! July 29, 1937
SC 5 It Ought to Happen
SC 5 Now a College is Holding
SC 5 Up on the Farm
SC 5 Fellow Citizens
SC 5 Are These Faces Red!
SC 5 Pantry Politics
SC 5 It Happens Every Year
SC 5 And No Wonder!
SC 5 It Wont be Long Now!
SC 5 Golf is Like That!
SC 5 Fellow Citizens
SC 5 Friends and Neighbors
SC 5 Off Our Trolleys
SC 5 Defend Governor’s Island!!
SC 5 Public Hero No. 1
SC 5 Clothes Make the Town
SC 5 After all These Years
SC 5 Long Distance Dining
SC 5 More Truth than Wit
SC 5 A Doctor Can’t be Wrong
SC 5 Turn on the Juice
SC 5 Ala Selassie
SC 5 Friends and Neighbors
SC 5 A Hosiery Manufacturer
SC 5 Easy Payments
SC 5 It’s No Slander, Folks
SC 5 It Wont be Long Now!
SC 5 WPA Golf
SC 5 More Truth than Wit
SC 5 After all These Years
SC 5 Higher Learning
SC 5 After all These Years
SC 5 Spring Song
SC 5 Art’s Winning of the West
SC 5 Pep up the Programs
SC 5 The New Deal Crisis!
SC 5 Why is a Get Away?
SC 5 You Know the Type
SC 5 After all These Years
SC 5 Safety First
SC 5 Going to the Dogs
SC 5 Well Dressed at Last
SC 5 The Sky’s the Limit
SC 5 Wouldn’t it be Heavenly?
SC 5 Fashion Note
SC 5 Command Performance May 1, 1937
SC 5 Why Not?
SC 5 A College Football Coach
SC 5 More Truth than Wit!
SC 5 Midsummer Needs
SC 5 Beauty Pays
SC 5 April Fool
SC 5 You Can’t Keep a Good Man Up
SC 5 Lazy Man, What Next?
SC 5 After all These Years April 20, 1937
SC 5 Well, Political Observers
SC 5 Two of the Boys March 13, 1937
SC 5 It’s About Time!
SC 5 You Cant Win
SC 5 It’s Mutiny!
SC 5 Best Wishes
SC 5 Time Will Tell
SC 5 Food For Thought
SC 5 Life isn’t Worth It
SC 5 ‘Twas Ever Thus
SC 5 I Solemnly Swear and Affirm
SC 5 An Ounce of Prevention
SC 5 An Ounce of Prevention August 11, 1936
SC 5 So Now They’re Going to
SC 5 Sauce for the Goose
SC 5 Depression Item!
SC 5 Why is a Crime Wave?
SC 5 It Wont be Long Now
SC 5 After all These Years
SC 5 Federal Judge Urges
SC 5 A Day with a Chronic Hisser
SC 5 There’s a Pal for You
SC 5 What’s a Girl to Do?
SC 5 This Day and Age
SC 5 Photo Finish
SC 5 American Tragedy No. 40,963
SC 5 Something to Look Forward to
SC 5 The Hollywood Extras Write Home
SC 5 After all These Years
SC 5 Two of the Boys
SC 5 In The Dough!
SC 5 Monkey Business
SC 5 Listening In
SC 5 Ain’t Science Wonderful
SC 5 Peace and Quiet
SC 5 Long Island Commuter
SC 5 Public Warned to Beware
SC 5 He’s Our Oldest Settler
SC 5 The Huge, Crowd, Wilentz’s

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SC 5 Two ink and wash poster sketches for National Book Week 12 x 30
SC 5 Miscellaneous newspaper and magazine clippings

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SC 5 1 News and Views
SC 5 2 News and Views
SC 5 3 News and Views
SC 5 4 Miscellaneous newspaper clippings
SC 5 5 Theater cartoons and caricatures
SC 5 6 Miscellaneous magazine clippings

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SC 5 7 Simeon Batts
SC 5 8 Untitled daily strip from NY journal

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Miscellaneous
Container(s)
Description
Dates
package
1 Our Bill, original drawings (pen and ink drawings and xerox copies with revisions 20 ½ x 13 ½) 1939-1960, Undated
2 Our Bill, original drawings (negatives and proofs) (pen and ink drawings and xerox copies with revisions 20 ½ x 13 ½) 1961-1964
3 Our Bill, clippings (xerox copies; 24, negatives; 6, proofs; 9 ½ x 14, 891) 1939-1963
4 Penny, original drawings, daily strip (pen and ink 17 x 4 ½)
5 Penny, original drawings, daily strip (pen and ink 17 x 4 ½) 1963-1968
6 Penny, original drawings, Sunday strip (pen and ink and xerox copies with revisions 21 x 13; 262 (41 with color overlays) 1943-1968
7 Penny, clippings (daily) (proofs 10 x 20; 733 and fragments) (proofs 4 ½ x 17; 61) (xerox copy 4 ½ x 17; 1) 1947-1968
7 Penny, by Flannery (proofs) 1968-1970
8 Penny, clippings (Sunday) (proofs 9 ½ x 14; 1,110) 1943-1968
8 Penny, by Flannery (proofs) 1968-1970

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Subjects

  • Personal Names :
  • Haenigsen, Harry, 1900-1991--Correspondence
  • Subject Terms :
  • American wit and humor, Pictorial
  • Cartoonists--United States--20th century
  • Comic books, strips, etc.--United States--Authorship
  • Editorial cartoons--United States
  • Political cartoons
    • Form or Genre Terms :
    • Cartoons (Commentary)
    • Comics

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