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Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:

William S. Burroughs Collection

 Collection — Box VMF 20, Folder: 1
Identifier: MS-VMF-vmf234
Scope and Contents A pair of Burroughs’ “automatic drawings” from the cycle of Surrealistic experiments he created in Paris while his 1959 novel Naked Lunch was being prepared for publication. Inspired to try his hand at visual pieces by the artist Brion Gysin—who was assisting Burroughs in the organization of the book, and would later become a long-time collaborator—the drawings arrange loose circular spirals and diagonal scrawls, respectively, in rows and columns over the...

Lochinvar, October 1931

 Item
Identifier: Item 2
Scope and Contents

Pen and ink on board, 9.75x13.25 inches. Editorial illustration; three men dressed in bow ties and tuxedoes appear behind a dinner table with coffee cups set in front of them. The man on the right has a look of annoyance on his face while the man on the left rests his head on his right hand with a look of defeat on his face. The man in the center stands and looks triumphantly towards the upper right corner of the illustration.

Lochinvar, October 1931

 Item
Identifier: Item 3
Scope and Contents

Pen and ink on board, 9.75x13.25 inches. Editorial illustration; two women stand on the left side of the illustration and two men stand off to the right. The woman on the far left appears to be upset while the other woman gestures boldly at the man immediately to her left. The man standing next to the woman has a look of annoyance on his face while the man standing next to him observes the scene.

Al Parker Collection

 Collection
Identifier: MGHL-mghl-00002
Scope and Contents

The collection includes material relating to Al Parker's personal and professional development, photographs of artist models, original artwork, and artwork reproduced from magazines.

Pokenia Comic Strip Collection

 Collection
Identifier: MGHL-mghl-00041
Scope and Contents

This collection includes original pen and ink drawings on board mainly dating from ca.1939.

Reasons for Rejoicing About Theater: Betsy Von Furstenberg in The Chalk Garden, Andy Griffith in No Time for Sargents, Burl Ives in Cat on Hot Tin Roof, Ruth Gordon in The Matchmaker, 1956

 Item
Identifier: Item 2
Scope and Contents

Ink on board, 18.25x9.5 inches. Caricature; portrait of Betsy von Furstenberg, Andy Griffith, Burl Ives, and Ruth Gordon. Signed by Hirschfeld.

Series 1: Original Works of Art

 Series — Box 001: Series 01
Identifier: 01

George Bernard Shaw Papers

 Collection
Identifier: MS-MS-ms001
Scope and Contents

The collection consists of correspondence, manuscripts and memorabilia relating to George Bernard Shaw. Correspondence, 1901 - 1928, includes 30 letters and cards to John Drinkwater. Also, autograph manuscript of speech, portraits of Shaw, and various personal artifacts.

Uncle! Uncle!, July 1931

 Item
Identifier: Item 1
Scope and Contents

Pen and ink on board, 10.25x12.5 inches. Editorial illustration; a bald man in a suit stands next to a bar and holds a cocktail glass in the air with his left hand.

Mort Walker Collection

 Collection
Identifier: MGHL-mghl-00017
Scope and Contents

This collection includes 12 original comic strips: 4 Beetle Bailey strips by Mort Walker; 4 Beetle Bailey strips by Mort Walker and his son Greg Walker; 2 Boner's Ark strips (signed "Addison"); 2 Hi and Lois strips by Mort Walker and Dik Browne.