Cartoons & Comics
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract John Nichols' papers document a wide range of history and culture and personal connections in New Mexico (and elsewhere) over the last 55 years. The collection contains manuscripts, screenplays, correspondence, speeches, artwork, journals, photographs, slides, and videos.
Abstract The collection contain original editorial cartoons for the Albuquerque Journal from 1974-1996. Themes include state and local politics, revenues, development, University of New Mexico and Lobo sports, Albuquerque Public Schools, Indian gaming, Intel, WIPP, PNM consolidation, DWI legislation, prison overcrowding, drought conditions and other popular New Mexico topics.
Abstract The Long Canyon Ranch Collection is focused on the ranch near Taiban, New Mexico owned by the Herlihy family.
Dates: 1860-2018; Majority of material found in 1910-1929
Abstract Collection contains material related to the career of M. J. Davis as a New Mexico cartoonist and writer.
Identifier: AC 191-p
Scope and Content This collection consists of news clippings from the Seattle Post-Intelligencer relative to the 4 July 1912 heavyweight championship bout in Las Vegas, New Mexico between Jim Flynn [Andrew Chiariglione] of Pueblo, Colorado and the first black title holder, John Arthur "Jack" Johnson of Chicago, Illinois. Included with some of these clippings are syndicated satirical and racial cartoons by R. Edgren of The New York World....
Dates: ca. 1880-1912