Joe McCutcheon collection of John T. McCutcheon printed material
Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: MSP 274
Scope and Contents
This collection consists of four matted and framed front pages of the Chicago Sunday Tribune publications that featured John T. McCutcheon cartoons during 1929 and 1939. More specifically, the McCutcheon cartoons included in this collection are: "Jack Frost" (1922), "Some of the Permanent Exhibits Chicago will be able to show the World's Fair Visitors" (1933), "Injun Summer" (1912), and "The Colors" (1917). The collection was donated by Joe McCutcheon (no relation to John T. McCutcheon). The collection may be useful to researcher intersted in the works of U.S. American cartoonists in the twentieth century. Types of materials included: newspaper clipping, picture frames.
- 1929 - 1939
Collection is open for research.
1.3 Cubic Feet (Collection is housed in one large over-size flat box.)
Language of Materials
Four framed cartoons from John T. McCutcheon's time at the Chicago Tribune.
Collection was donated by Joe McCutcheon, December 20, 2017.
- Joe McCutcheon collection of John T. McCutcheon printed material
- Jennifer Sdunzik
- Description rules
- Describing Archives: A Content Standard
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- Script of description
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- Edition statement
- First edition.