Drawing

"And then I realized I was in danger of becoming just a nice girl." : cartoon for The New Yorker [drawing].

Shermund, Barbara, 1899-1978.
1931.
MA 12535

"And then one day I decided that not taking risks was the greatest risk of all." : cartoon for The New Yorker [drawing].

Lorenz, Lee.
1992.
MA 12405

"And then they started talking loud again ..." : cartoon for The New Yorker [drawing].

Darrow, Whitney, 1909-1999.
1960.
MA 12363

"And then, at the height of their power, they seem to have succumbed to a mysterious people known as the 'bottom-line types.'" : cartoon for The New Yorker [drawing].

Lorenz, Lee.
1990.
MA 12809

"And to think I bought a dress for this." : cartoon for Fortune magazine [drawing].

Cobean, Samuel E., 1913-1951.
1950s.
MA 11794

"And we will absolutely start lending again as soon as we finish building our debtor's prison." : cartoon for The New Yorker [drawing].

Mankoff, Robert.
2009.
MA 11944

"And what made you decide to become the Masked Tycoon?" : cartoon for The New Yorker [drawing].

Mulligan, James.
1976.
MA 12000

"And where is my third little musketeer today?" : cartoon for The New Yorker [drawing].

Hokinson, Helen E. (Helen Elna), 1893-1949.
1938.
MA 12140

"And yet another headache for the Immigration and naturalization service!" : cartoon for The New Yorker [drawing].

Fradon, Dana.
1992.
MA 12736

"And, like a fool, I said, 'So sue me.'" : cartoon for The New Yorker [drawing].

Martin, Henry.
1987.
MA 11945