Gardner family papers  1776-1789
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Collection Scope and Content Note

This volume contains signatures, poems, well-wishes, and cartoons that Mary Walter Redmond collected between 1910 and 1912. Many contributors were involved in the New York publishing industry. The album includes signatures by Theodore Roosevelt and Jacob Riis, as well as drawings by Rube Goldberg and other contemporary cartoonists; some of the illustrators contributed to the Outlook, New Outlook, and Independent. A selected list of contributors appears in the Detailed Box and Folder Listing below.

Illustrations

  • A hopping woman, by Maurice Keller (9a)
  • Side view of a woman's head, by Ralph Yardley (13a)
  • Colored portrait of a woman in a large hat, by Mayo Bunker (15)
  • Cartoon of egg-headed figures around a newspaper clipping noting the smashing of 25,000 eggs, by Will B. Johnstone (16a)
  • Three women in profile, by W. Edward Benton (23a)
  • Sherlocko and Watso, by Charles Augustus Mager (25a)
  • Five women in hats at "5 o'clock Tea," by Rudolph Schoene (27a)
  • "Foolish Question- No. 69," by Rube Goldberg (29a)
  • Girl holding sign reading "Joy," by Thomas E. Powers (30a)
  • Baby holding mirror, looking at a cat, by Dan Smith (31a)
  • Photograph of a woman in profile, by Henry Hoyt Moore (36a)
  • Jeff (of "Mutt and Jeff"), by Bud Fisher (37a)
  • Mr. Inbad, by Horace B. Martin (41a)
  • Man falling into canoe and tipping it over, by Fred (44-44a)
  • Watercolor of boy in blue overalls, by Billie Bischof (47a)
  • Cobra, by Paul Bransom (48a)
  • Man in top hat, with cane, by Harry Hershfield (50a)
  • Young woman waiting for her date to arrive, by Tom McNamara (51a)
  • "My photograph" (cartoon), by Charles H. Wellington (52a)
  • Devilish creature, by Hal Hoffman (53a)
  • Dog in top hat, smoking a cigar, by Tad Dorgan (55a)
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