Literary and Historical Manuscripts

"And in this climate-controlled cabinet, I keep my collection of vintage Good & Plentys, Black Crows, Dots, Jujyfruits, Raisinets and Goldenberg's Peanut Chews." : cartoon for The New Yorker [drawing].

Reilly, Donald.
1992.
MA 12074

"And now the world news roundup..." : cartoon for The New Yorker [drawing].

Levin, Arnie.
1977.
MA 12168

"And now, before we proceed to the next canvas, we pause in our commentary to bring you this message. Featured in our fourth-floor cafeteria today is our special chef's salad - one dollar and forty cents, beverage and dessert included." : cartoon for The New Yorker [drawing].

Fradon, Dana.
1969.
MA 12829

"And now, the same bread with herbs!" : cartoon for The New Yorker [drawing].

Saxon, Charles, 1920-1988.
1981.
MA 11632

"And remember how they were all the time taking snapshots and asking for glasses of water? And how loud they were? But generous. Generous to a fault." : cartoon for The New Yorker [drawing].

Opie, Everett.
1968.
MA 12907

"And the Lord said, 'They shall gradually, so as not to cause unemployment, beat their swords into plowshares.'" : cartoon for The New Yorker [drawing].

Fradon, Dana.
1993.
MA 12733

"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