An Arno on My Desk

Above: “And now you must meet my bosom friend.”  (rough version of the drawing published in The New Yorker, October 10, 1931)   An Arno on My Desk   Not too long ago I took an original Peter Arno drawing we own, popped it out of its frame, and placed it on my desk.  My thinking was that the drawing,

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Posted Note: Cartoon Library

  A few years ago I put up eight foot long by eight foot high bookshelves exclusively devoted to holding the sprawling collection of cartoon books my wife (and fellow cartoonist) Liza Donnelly, and I have collected over the years. Before the cartoon library wall of shelves went up, our cartoon collection was here and there throughout the house, in

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New Yorker Overseas Editions

  The two paperback books above were part of a series produced for our overseas service men and women during WWII.  Measuring just five-and-half  by four inches, they fit easily into a pocket, duffel bag or backpack.   The eagle-eyed observer will notice that Profiles From the New Yorker features E.B. White’s only New Yorker cover (published April 23, 1932).

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