[John Archer as Wilts, Ruth Ford as Yolan, and Sam Jaffe as Wouterson in "This Time Tomorrow".]
[Arthur Margetson as Father and Nydia Westman as Vinnie in "Life With Father".]
[Maurice Evans as Hamlet and verso, Paul Kelly as Frankie Madison in "Beggars are Coming to Town".]
[Raymond Massey as Abraham Lincoln in "Abe Lincoln in Illinois".]
[Katharine Cornell as Cleopatra in "Antony and Cleopatra".]
[Augustus E. Giegengack, head of the U. S. Printing Office.]
Published in the June 26, 1943 issue of the New Yorker.
[Harry T. Peters, collector of American lithographs and a leading authority on the firm Currier & Ives.]
Drawn for the New Yorker.
[John J. Raskob.]
Drawn for the article "Rich Men in Politics" by John J. Raskob as told to James C. Derieux, published...
[Isaac Goldberg, author of "The Man Mencken: A Biographical and Critical Survey".]
Drawn for the November 29, 1925 issue of New York World.
[W. W. Atterbury, president of Pennsylvania Railroad.]
Drawn for John T. Flynn's "Oats for the Iron Horse" article, published in the April 26, 1930 issue of...
Drawn for John T. Flynn's "Oats for the Iron Horse" article, which was published in the April 26, 1930...
[Edwin Goodman, owner and manager of Bergdorf Goodman.]
Possibly drawn for the New Yorker.
Drawn for Ring Lardner's article "The Keeper of the Bees", published in the May 11, 1929 issue of Collier's....
Drawn for Ring Lardner's article "Reuben, the Young Artist", published in Collier's, April 13, 1929.
[John Barrymore in the title role of "Hamlet".]
[Hans von Kaltenborn.]
Published in the March 12, 1938 issue of the New Yorker.
Published in the June 6, 1931 issue of the New Yorker.
[George H. Bull, president of the Saratoga Racing Association.]
[Frank Hague, mayor of Jersey City, New Jersey.]
Published in the July 16, 1932 issue of the New Yorker.
[Fiorello H. La Guardia.]
[Henry Morgenthau, Jr., Secretary of the Treasury.]
Published in the January 22, 1944 issue of the New Yorker.
[Elmer G. Leterman.]
Drawn for the editorial "Fighting Is No Cure", published in the June 7, 1930 issue of Collier's.
[New York City Police Commissioner Lewis J. Valentine.]
[George Z. Medalie.]
Published in the August 19, 1933 issue of the New Yorker.
George Washington Olvany
Drawn for the April 12, 1925 issue of New York World.
On verso: "She's just too girlish and gushy - over the phone."
Drawn for the November 1, 1925 issue of...
[F. Ambrose Clark.]
[Colonel Jacob Ruppert.]
[Dr. Joseph Collins.]
Drawn for the New York World.
Possibly drawn for the New Yorker. The man's name is possibly Colonel Bradley.
[Ann Summers, Spivy, Greer Garson and John O'Hare in "Auntie Mame".]
[Rosalind Russell as Auntie Mame.]
[Beatrice Lillie as Auntie Mame.]
["At Home With Ethel Waters".]