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Charles Saxon papers, 1940-1989

Series II: Original Cartoons

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American Heritage Magazine



Box AH 001 How air conditioning changed everything

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover for: American Heritage; Aug/Sep 1984; 13 x 13 in. Note: With a tear sheet for the cover. Families.


Architectural Record



Box AR 001 Everybody had a great Seasons-Summer. Ellen wrote a play. Ritchie toured Knossos. Janine finished her lithographs and you got a sunburn

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon proposal for: Architectural Record; n.d.: Unpublished; 10.5 x 13 in. Cocktail parties/Seasons-Summer.



Box AR 002 Since we're after a new corporate image, J.B., how about a touch of whimsy?

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon proposal for: Architectural Record; n.d.; 11 x 12 in. Architecture/Businessmen.



Box AR 003 That's were I live. Would you believe the condominium has appreciated 80% since I was born?

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon proposal for: Architectural Record; n.d.; 12 x 10.5 in. Children/New York City/Real Estate.



Box AR 004 What does it mean? I don't recall your asking what the Empire State Building meant

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon for: Architectural Record; Jan 1983; 14x11 in. Businessmen/New York City/Architecture.



Box AR 005 But Caroline-how else are we going to get to the Spectrum Lounge for the Jane Austen Club tea?

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: Architectural Record; Jan 1983; 16 x 13.25 in. Architecture/Women.



Box AR 006 That's where Daddy's new office will be, in the top left-hand drawer

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: Architectural Record; Feb 1983; 12.5 x 8.5. Architecture/Fathers.



Box AR 007 Later, of course, he married Mary Jo.

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: Architectural Record; July 1983; 13 x 10 in. Architecture/Suburbia/Gossip.



Box AR 008 This 6847 pound piece of North Dakota granite, quarried and carved for the site, exactly reproduces the squiggle indicated on the architect's plans as a likely spot for a piece of sculpture

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: Architectural Record; Aug 1983; 16 x 12 in. Architecture/Art.



Box AR 009 It is chocolate!

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: Architectural Record; Oct 1983; 12 x 9 in. Note: Man tastes wall and finds it is chocolate. Architecture.



Box AR 010 Oh look, Felicia! Lilly of the Valley!

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: Architectural Record; Oct 1983; 15 x 12 in. Architecture/Gardening.



Box AR 011 Would you like to step into the atrium and repeat that?

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: Architectural Record; Nov 1983; 15 x 12 in. Architecture/Cocktail parties.



Box AR 012 I suppose it's simply an idea whose time had come

Cartoon in: Architectural Record; Jan 1984; 13 x 10 in. Architecture



Box AR 013 Come now, Mr. Claypool—surely you're not going to be carried away by first impressions

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: Architectural Record; Apr 1984; 13x1 6 in. Architecture/Businessmen.



Box AR 014 Office building lobby with pool and Venetian gondolas and gondoliers.

[Charcoal pencil]. Cartoon in: Architectural Record; June 1984; 12.5 x 13.5 in. Architecture



Box AR 015 When I was a gel, we weren't allowed in the kitchen. If we wanted something we rang.

[Charcoal pencil]. Cartoon in: Architectural Record; July 1984; 11.75x11 in. Note: With tear sheet. Housework.



Box AR 016 Good morning, is the - er - curator of the house in

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: Architectural Record; Aug 1984; 13 x 12 in. Architecture



Box AR 017 Lapham--see if you can find the front door

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: Architectural Record; Oct 1984; 13.5 x 12.5 in. Architecture



Box AR 018 Mr. Garfield? You'd better call the architect. It's something about the perspective. Everybody who goes down this corridor comes back five inches tall

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: Architectural Record; Nov 1984; 13 x 12.5 in. Architecture.



Box AR 019 I think it's time we took a long, hard look at our life-style, Randall. How long are we going to stay surrounded by antiques?

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: Architectural Record; July 1985; 9.5 x 10.5 in. Husbands and wives/Furniture.



Box AR 020 It's great. I love it. But how about one little gesture toward architectural historicism

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: Architectural Record; Aug 1985; 10.5 x 11.5 in. Businessmen/Architecture.



Box AR 021 Will you do me a favor? Say what you think without using the word "contextualism"

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: Architectural Record; Sep 1985; 10.5 x 11.5 in. Architecture.



Box AR 022 This is the ultimate in retirement living. Everything is ready for you to just move in and traipse down to the vacations

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartooon in: Architectural Record; July 1986; 11 x 10.5 in. Businessmen/Husbands and wives/Aging/Architecture.



Box AR 023 That's as far as we go until the merger is settled

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: Architectural Record; Oct 1986; 14.5 x 11 in. Architecture/Businessmen.



Box AR 024 Believe me, sir! This is not a commissioned sculpture! It is a temporary pile of construction modules!

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: Architectural Record; Jan 1987; 15 x 13 in. Architecture/Art.



Box AR 025 I'll tell you one thing, Hastings—don't ever ask these people what it's all about. It's better not to know

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: Architectural Record; Mar 1987; 13 x 11 in. Architecture/Art/Businessmen.



Box AR 026 Well as Mies said, you don't invent a new architecture every Monday morning

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: Architectural Record; Apr 1987; 11 x 10.5 in. Architecture.



Box AR 027 House with garage for golf cart.

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: Architectural Record; May 1987; 10 x 14.5 in. Suburbia/Architecture/Sports-Golf.



Box AR 028 Naturally, at this scale, what you see is a push-pin. But blown up to fifteen feet tall, the effect will be of of totality, a force that anchors the entire volume of the interior. In other words, a giant push-pin

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: Architectural Record; Jun 1987; 8 x 10.5 in. Architecture/Art/Businessmen.



Box AR 029 We are all hoping, Richard, that you can offer a more relevant observation than 'big deal!'

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: Architectural Record; July 1987; 16 x 12.5 in. Art/Children.



Box AR 030 We've done it, Mary Ellen—true privacy

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: Architectural Record; Aug 1987; 14 x 12 in. Architecture/Husbands and wives.



Box AR 031 This unit comes to $475,000.--Plus greens fees, of course.

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: Architectural Record; Sep 1987; 15 x 13 in. Architecture/Sports—Golf.



Box AR 032 Women enters half-finished room full of half-finished televisions

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: Architectural Record; Oct 1987; 16 x 13 in. Architecture.



Box AR 033 You know something, Felice? Some day the only open spaces will be highway dividers and cloverleafs

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: Architectural Record; Jan 1988; 10 x 14 in. Architecture/Automobiles.



Box AR 034 I keep telling you, Harold—ask a stupid question and you get a stupid answer

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: Architectural Record; Feb 1988; 11x1 2 in. Art/Architecture.



Box AR 035 Don't you think they put in a little too much architecture?

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: Architectural Record; Mar 1988; 11.5 x 15 in. Architecture/Husbands and wives.



Box AR 036 I have a gut feeling that some day western culture will think of this as the high point of 20th century architecture

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: Architectural Record; Apr 1988; 10 x 16 in. Architecture.



Box AR 037 We discussed many aspects of the use of inner space, Mr. Farber, but you never mentioned going out regularly to walk the dog

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: Architectural Record; May 1988; 14 x 10 in. Architecture.



Box AR 038 The Planning Commission promised to keep manufacturing plants and refineries out of the heart of London. In fact, Lloyd's guaranteed it

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: Architectural Record; July 1988; 16.5 x 12 in. Architecture/London.



Box AR 039 I'll tell you what it says to me. It says rest. It says comfort. It says home

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: Architectural Record; Sep 1988; 14x13 in. Architecture.



Box AR 040 I have listened to all the theories about communal and social values. What I want to know is this—when it comes down to actual designing, why do we always end up with a bunch of pointy skyscrapers scattered around a couple of acres of grass?

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: Architectural Record; Oct 1988; 10 x 12 in. Architecture/Businessmen.



Box AR 041 Now, before I show you this condominium, I would like you to give us a brief statement explaining your philosophy of modernism, post-modernism, and contextualism as you see it

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: Architectural Record; Nov 1988; 12 x 10 in. Architecture/Husbands and wives/Art.


College Board Review



Box CB 001 3 drawings mounted on board of children running under computers forming a bridge

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Illustration for: College Board Review; n.d.; various. Children/Computing/Education.



Box CB 002 Higher Education in the Eighties

[Charcoal pencil and wash, charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Illustrations for: College Board Review; Winter 1985/1986; Various sizes. Note: Two drawings. Education/Colleges.


The Columbia Jester



Box CJ 001 Half-man/half-horse catching football.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover proposal for: The Columbia Jester; ca 1936-1940; 16x1 2 in. Columbia University/Sports—Football.


Country Journal



Box CT 001 How to farm badly (and why you should)

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon for: Country Journal; July 1982; 9 x 16 in. Note: Farmer feeds grass to sheep With tear sheets. Farming.


Gourmet Magazine



Box GO 001 Women playing cards.

[Charcoal pencil and wash]: Gourmet Magazine; Aug 1977; 13.5 x 8.5 in. Women/Sports—Cards.



Box GO 002 M. and Mme. Bailly with livestock [and] The lost matelas with matelot

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Illustrations for: Gourmet Magazine; c 1978; Various sizes. Note: Two drawings on one board. France/Farming.



Box GO 003 Man investigates old stove.

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Illustration for: Gourmet Magazine; c 1978; 10 x 8 in. Food/Antiques.



Box GO 004 A Thanksgiving in France

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon for: Gourmet Magazine; Nov 1977; Various sizes. Note: 2 drawings with tear sheets. Holidays—Thanksgiving/Food/France


Lear's Magazine



Box LE 001 Woman speaks to seated husband.

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon for: Lear's Magazine; 1988: Unpublished; 13 x 9 in. Husbands and wives



Box LE 002 Woman talks on phone.

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon for: Lear's Magazine; 1988: Unpublished; 10 x 7 in. Women/Telephones.



Box LE 003 Husband talks to wife as they leave a dinner party.

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon for: Lear's Magazine; 1988: Unpublished; 12 x 9 in. Husbands and wives.



Box LE 004 Woman speaking to man reading newspaper.

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: Lear's Magazine; July 1988; 12 x 14 in. Husbands and wives.


McCall's Magazine



Box MC 001 Mother holds umbrella over table while father carves turkey.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cartoon for: McCall's Magazine; n.d.; 11 x 12 in. Families/Houses/Dining.



Box MC 002 Woman swings on pendulum.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Illustration for: McCall's Magazine; n.d.; 10 x 6. Women.



Box MC003 2 drawings of a stork lying on its back.

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon for: McCalTs Magazine; n.d.; Various ) sizes. Children/Animals.



Box MC004 McCall's Map Middle-aged Spread Poems by F. Lamport

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cartoon for: McCall's Magazine; n.d.; 9 x 8 in. Aging/Women.



Box MC005 Box replaces tire on car.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cartoon for: McCall's Magazine; n.d.; 11 x 13.5 in. Children/Automobiles/Mothers.



Box MC006 Little girl with stork.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cartoon for: McCall's Magazine; n.d.; 15 x 13 in. Children.



Box MC007 Married Couples

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cartoons for: McCall's Magazine; n.d.; Various sizes. Note: 6 drawings. Husbands and wives/Gender gap.



Box MC008 Mother in army hat inspects family.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Illustration for: McCall's Magazine; Apr 1978; 9x1 1 in. Mothers/Family/Children.



Box MC009 Two drawings: 1) girl reading a book, 2) boy drinking from a garden hose

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Illustrations for: McCall's Magazine; Mar 1978; Various sizes. Children.



Box MC010 Two drawings: 1) boy seated, 2)parents leaving for vacation.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Illustrations for: McCall's Magazine; May 1978; Various sizes. Children/Parents/Vacations.



Box MC011 Mother writing to son who is away at school, with a mynah bird prompting her.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Illustration for: McCall's Magazine; July 1978; 12 x 15 in. Mothers/Education/Children



Box MC012 Three drawings of children growing up; 1) The Thinker, 2) child eating a sandwich; 3) child leaving with mother.

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Illustrations for: McCall's Magazine; June 1979; Various sizes. Children/Mothers.



Box MC013 Mother imagines screaming at father and son who are watching television.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cartoon in: McCall's Magazine; Oct 1979; 12 x 13 in. Families/Sports/Television.



Box MC014 Hold the phone

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cartoon spread in: McCall's Magazine; Oct 1981; Various sizes. Note: Four drawings. Telephones/Mothers/Children/Fathers.



Box MC015 Woman with collapsed dessert and can opener.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Illustration for: McCall's Magazine; Jan 1982; 11x 4 in. Food.



Box MC016 The bug and I

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cartoon for: McCall's Magazine; July 1982; 14 x 11 in. Note: With tear sheet. Mothers/Illness.



Box MC017 Man found sitting in highchair by woman entering door in business suit with briefcase.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Illustration for: McCall's Magazine; Jan 1983; 13x 9 in. Husbands and wives/Businessmen/Women/Gender gap.



Box MC018 Surviving winter beautifully

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Illustration for: McCall's; Jan 1984; 12 x 8 in. Note: Woman in fur coat. Women/Seasons-Winter/Fashion.



Box MC019 Reorganizing closets

[Charcoal pencil and watercolot]. Cartoons for: McCall's Magazine; Feb 1984; Various sizes. Note: 5 drawings. Women/Housework.



Box MC020 The house hunter

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Illustration for: ) McCall's Magazine; Mar 1984; 12 x 10 in. Husbands and wives/Architecture.



Box MC021 How lifestyle affects diet

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cartoon spread for: McCall's; May 1984; Various sizes. Diets/Women/Wives.



Box MC022 Don't look at me! I'm just as bored as you are

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: McCall's Magazine; Sep 1984; 8 x 9 in. MC 022. Pets~Dogs/Women.



Box MC023 Anger

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Illustration in: McCall's Magazine; Nov 1984; 9 x 6 in. Note: Woman breathes fire. Women.



Box MC024 Man enters X-ray room

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cartoon in: McCall's Magazine; 3 Feb 1987; 13 x 16 in. Businessmen/Doctors/Hospitals.


Money Magazine



Box MO001 Cutting loose for a year

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Illustrations for: Money Magazine; Oct 1975; Various sizes. Note: Four drawings. Vacations


New York Times



Box NE001 I think we've solved the problem of getting better display from the booksellers.

[Pen, ink, and charcoal]. Cartoon in: The New York Times; c 1963; 14x11 in. Books/Women/Sex.



Box NE002 I'm going to go right out and ask for your book at all the Doubledays!

[Pen, ink, and charcoal]. Cartoon in: The New York Times; c 1963; 14x11 in. Cocktail parties/Books/Authors.



Box NE003 It's been done.

[Pen, ink, and charcoal]. Cartoon in: The New York Times; c 1963; 14x11 in. Books/Authors.



Box NE004 Mrs. Hartung asks that questions be restricted to non-recent books. She wishes to avoid saying anything that might adversely affect any work in current release.

[Pen, ink, and charcoal]. Cartoon in: The New York Times; c 1963; 15 x 13 in. Women/Authors/Books.



Box NE005 This isn't one of those non-books, is it?

[Pen, ink, and charcoal]. Cartoon in: The New York Times; c 1963; 13 x 11 in. Books.



Box NE006 We're going to write an amusing little cook book, and we want to include your Scallopini!

[ Pen, ink, and charcoal]. Cartoon in: The New York Times; c 1963; 13 x 12 in. Restaurants/Dining/Food/Authors/Books.



Box NE007 Businessmen climb ladder into clouds.

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Illustration for: The New York Times; Dec 1978; 11 x 5 in. Businessmen.


New York Times Magazine



Box NM001 Woman climbs up steps and men attack.

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon for: The New York Times Magazine; n.d.; 13 x 10.5 in. Businessmen/Women/Gender gap.



Box NM002 People in line while others hand out files from a cabinet.

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon for: The New York Times Magazine; n.d.; Various sizes. Note: Two versions and a photograph. Businessmen.



Box NM003 House going over waterfall.

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon for: The New York Times Magazine; n.d.; 15 x 12 in. Families/Husbands and wives/Houses.



Box NM004 Women with Welcome Wagon atop hill survey surrounding suburbia.

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon for: The New York Times Magazine; n.d.; 13 x 20 in. Women/Suburbia.



Box NM005 Assault of the women on the chauvanist heights

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. ; Cartoon for: The New York Times Magazine; n.d.; 16.5 x 14 in. Women/Businessmen/Gender gap.


New Yorker Magazine



Box NY001 Cat sleeps on winter coats piled on bed during party.

[Watercolor]. Cover proposal for: The New Yorker, n.d.; 14 x 10 in. Cocktail parties/Pets--Cats/Seasons--Winter



Box NY002 Golf carts circle like wagontrain, arrows fly in from the right

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover proposal for: The New Yorker, n.d.; 14x11 in. Sports-Golf.



Box NY003 Man reading a book sitting in a lily.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover proposal for: The New Yorker, n.d.; 15.5x11.5 in. Gardening.



Box NY004 Man enters a garden to read.

[Pastel]. Cover proposal for: The New Yorker; n.d.; 17 x 13 in. Gardening.



Box NY005 Passengers disembark from an airplane

[Pen,ink, and watercolor]. Cover proposal for: The New Yorker; n d; 15.5 x 13 in. Note: L. margin bordered with newspaper clippings. Vacations/Travel



Box NY006 Man with a dream swimming in his head.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover proposal for: The New Yorker; n.d.; 17 x 13.5 in. Businessmen/Psychology.



Box NY007 Fathers and sons at the zoo, the cages are labelled "blind antipathy," "veiled threat," etc.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover proposal for: The New Yorker, n.d.; Various sizes. Note: 2 drawings. Fathers and sons/Angst.



Box NY008 Female nightclub singer sitting on piano with back to viewer.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover proposal for: The New Yorker, n.d.; ) various sizes. Note: 2 drawings. Entertainment/Music.



Box NY009 Fishermen frown at passing party cruiser.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover proposal for: The New Yorker, n.d.; Various sizes. Note: 2 drawing. Sports—Fishing/Cocktail parties.



Box NY010 Buffet party.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover proposal for: The New Yorker, n.d.; Various sizes. Note: 2 drawings. Dining.



Box NY011 Dog show: three Afghan hounds sitting up attentively, the fourth sleeps curled up in his booth.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover proposal for: The New Yorker; n.d.; 14 xllin. Pets—Dogs.



Box NY012 Loner in a cafe

[Pastel and watercolor]. Cover proposal for: The New Yorker, n.d.; 16 x 12 ) in. Restaurants



Box NY013 Businessmen on train with Valentine presents.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover proposal for: The New Yorker, n.d.; 13.5 x 9.5 in. Holidays—Valentines Day/Businessmen/Suburbia.



Box NY014 Horse atop a weathervane.

[Charcoal pencil and pastel]. Cover proposal for: The New Yorker, n.d.; 13 x9in. Suburbia/Horses.



Box NY015 Man sitting in chair, on beach, fishing.

[Pen,ink, and watercolor]. Cover proposal for: The New Yorker; n.d.; 17 x 14 in. Sports—Fishing.



Box NY016 Couple await headwaiter in a restaurant.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover proposal for: The New Yorker, n.d.; ) Various sizes. Note: 2 drawing. Dining/Restaurants/Husbands and wives.



Box NY017 Basketball game.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover proposal for: The New Yorker; n.d.; 17 x 14 in. Sports—Basketball.



Box NY018 Hot dog stands in the city

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover proposal for: The New Yorker, n.d.; 15.5x11.5 in. New York City.



Box NY019 Couples around a fountain in the city (Bryant Park?)

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover proposal for: The New Yorker, n.d.; 15x11.5 in. New York City.



Box NY020 Poker party with one middle-aged women winning everything

[Charcoal pencil,watercolor, and pastel]. Cover proposal for: The New Yorker; n.d.; Various sizes. Note: 2 versions. Sports-Cards.



Box NY021 Ship approaches the edge of the world.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover proposal for: The New Yorker, n.d.; 15 x 10.5. Sea/Ships.



Box NY022 Skaters at Rockefeller Center

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover proposal for: The New Yorker; n.d.; 11.5x7.5 in. New York City/Sports-Skating/Seasons-Winter.



Box NY023 Large football in front of drawing with team approaching.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover proposal for: The New Yorker; n.d.; 15x11 in. Sports-Football.



Box NY024 Tourists fiddle with cameras instead of looking at the Grand Canyon.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover proposal for: The New Yorker, n.d.; 17 x 14 in. Travel/Tourists/Grand Canyon.



Box NY025 Pompous man with a birthday cake.

[Pastel]. Cover proposal for: The New Yorker, n.d.; 15 x 10.5 in. Husbands and wives/Families/Businessmen.



Box NY026 Man painting swimming pool.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover proposal for: The New Yorker; n.d.; 15 x 10.5 in. Suburbia/Sports—Swimming.



Box NY027 Artist paints self-portrait in front of a mirror.

[Charcoal pencil and pastel]. Cover proposal for: The New Yorker; n.d.; 18. 5 x 12 in. Art.



Box NY028 Wife photographs husband standing in ocean.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover proposal for: The New Yorker, n.d.; 16x11 in. Husbands and wives/Vacations.



Box NY029 Man placing the star on the Christmas tree at Rockefeller Center.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover proposal for: The New Yorker, n.d.; 18 x 13.5 in. Holidays--Christmas/New York City.



Box NY030 People watching golf tournament.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover proposal for: The New Yorker; n.d.; 16 x 12.5 in. Sports-Golf.



Box NY031 Tourists suntanning beside the pool at a resort

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover proposal for: The New Yorker, n.d.; 14 x 10 in. Vacations/Sports—Swimming



Box NY032 Man leaving home, outside creatures prepare to attack him.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover for: The New Yorker; n.d.; Various sizes. Note: 3 drawing. Businessmen.



Box NY033 View from a restaurant on 5th Ave. looking out at the New York Public Library.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor] Cover proposal for: The New Yorker; n.d; 13 x 10 in. New York City



Box NY034 Men pushing a car that is stuck in the snow

[Pastel and watercolor]. Cover proposal for: The New Yorker; n.d.; 16 x 11.5 in. Automobiles/Seasons-Winter.



Box NY035 Coach with radio talks to football player.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover proposal for: The New Yorker, n.d.; 17 x 14 in. Sports—Football.



Box NY036 Businessman in pajamas and robe watches late-night talk show on television.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover proposal for: The New Yorker; n.d.; 17 x 13.5 in. Businessmen/Television.



Box NY037 Children's library with a man in queue.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover proposal for: The New Yorker, n.d.; J 17 x 14 in. Libraries/Children/Businessmen/Books.



Box NY038 Drinks on a cabin cruiser

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon version for: The New Yorker; n.d.; 11 x 14 in. Sports—Boating.



Box NY039 Woman puts turkey in oven.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover proposal for: The New Yorker, n.d.; 14 x 12 in. Holidays—Thanksgiving/Food.



Box NY040 Man getting dressed in black tie for New Year's with party hat.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover proposal for: The New Yorker, n.d.; 17 x 13 in. Holidays-New Years.



Box NY041 2 women leave theater at head of line

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon for: The New Yorker; n.d.; 15.5 x 12 in. Women/Theater.



Box NY042 Woman in art class with her instructor, in front of them is a mound of clay.

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon for: The New Yorker; n.d.; 16 x 12.5 in. Art/Women.



Box NY043 Studies of History: Meeting of the Chancellor and the Ambassador

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon proposal for: The New Yorker; n.d.; 14 x 10 in. Politics.



Box NY044 The country life

[Charcoal and wash]. Cartoon spread in: The New Yorker; 24 Aug 1957: p. 32-34; Various sizes. Note: 4 of 10 drawings: 1) I'm sure you'll forgive Stewart....2) Mr. Winkett, I think....3) Come on and eat/ Frank....4) I want you guys to stay later.... Drinking/Suburbia/Cocktail parties.



Box NY045 The day the trains stopped

[Pen, ink, and charcoal]. Cartoon spread in: The New Yorker; 28 May 1960: p. 32-34; Various sizes. Note: 10 drawings: 1) William Archibald knew it was.... 2) Edward R. Meyers stood at the spot....3) Osgood Maddux thought....4) On the branch line....5) George Ward telephone...6) Baggagemaster Fred Folsom....7). Ralph Miller/ Ronald Smith....8) Mrs. Lewis Fisher....9)Arthur Fenster....l0) At twelve o'clock noon.... Commuting/Suburbia.



Box NY046 What people drink

[Charcoal and watercolor]. Spread in: The New Yorker; 9 July 1960: p. 36-37; Various sizes. Note: 11 drawings: 1) Would a frozen Daiquiri be too much trouble? 2) Just some club soda for Mrs. Hacker and myself. 3) Do you have any beer? 4) If you dont' have Smirnoff, I won't have anything, thank you. 5) I think I'd better stick to Martinis. 6) Bourbon. 7) Don't bother about me, I know where you keep it. 8) Are you sure this is Scotch? I only drink Scotch. 9) I donv t know—vodka and something. 10) Light on the soda, pal. 11) What is everybody else having? Drinking.



Box NY047 Cruise ship arriving in Caribbean (probably Jamaica)

[Watercolor]. Cover for: The New Yorker, 14 Jan 1961; 12 x 17 in. Note: 2 drawings: one with wall to left, one without. Travel/Tourists/Cruises/Vacations/Caribbean.



Box NY048 Two women in modern artist's studio, artist reading a book.

[Watercolor]. Cover for: The New Yorker, 5 Aug 1961; 10 x 14 in. Art/Modern art



Box NY049 Little theatre group

[Pen, ink, and charcoal]. Cartoon spread in: The New Yorker, 16 Dec 1961: p.54-58; Various sizes. Note: 15 drawings: 1) Imagine what this show would cost... 2)Remember, what you are symbolizing...3) Aren't people going to complain...4) This is Mr. Fry...5) Eddie, I've found your kookie comic... 6) Hold it!...7) All right, would everybody...8) Oh dear/1 wanted fun colors...9)I wash my hands of th whole finale... 10) Harold! Is that my... 11) Dear god! They're laughing... 12)Sh-h-h! the soloist's... 13) Let's have a cheer... 14)They're eating out of her han.. One drawing without a caption. 2 folders. Theater/Suburbia.



Box NY050 Man looking into modern painting in order to comb hair.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover proposal for: The New Yorker; ca 1962?; 14x11 in. Modern art.



Box NY051 International auto show

[Pen, ink, and charcoal]. Cartoon spread in: The New Yorker, 21 Apr 1962: p. 42-45; Various sizes. Note: 21 drawings: 1) I didn't say...2) try to forget the idea...3) I sold one of those...4) You will want to experience...5) Frankly/ we think of...6) I beg your pardon...7) There's your $11/565...8) Then/ you see... 9) Let's see Detroit's...; four without captions; and 8 previous versions or sketches 3 folders. Automobiles/ New York City.



Box NY052 Birdwatchers

[Pen, ink, and wash]. Cartoon spread in: The New Yorker; 18 Aug 1962; various sizes. Note: 20 drawings 2 folders. Suburbia/Birdwatching.



Box NY053 Now lets get one thing straight at the beginning. I don't want a nickel's worth of deductions I'm not entitled to fair and square.

[Pen, ink, and charcoal]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 1 Dec 1962; 11 x 12 in. Taxes.



Box NY054 Why do you have to be the only one to say he's uncomfortable?

[Pen, ink, and charcoal]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 2 Mar 1963; 11 x 15 in. Restaurants—Japan/Families/Dining.



Box NY055 Haute Couture

[Pen, ink, and charcoal]. Cartoon spread in: The New Yorker; 10 Oct 1964: p. 58-63; Various sizes. Note: 22 drawings : 1) He gets his inspiration...2) It's a look alright...3) Mrs. Vreeland is frowning...4)My no. 932...5) This is my hat...6) You might as well face it...7) This season, the head must be hatte..8) I think it's nice...9) Our credo... 10) The entire collection... 11) The knee is back!...12) Rene is being naughty again...l3) 1 just wanted you to know...And 5 without captions. Plus 4 sketches. 2 folders. Fashion/ France.



Box NY056 Woman on vacation with palm trees, writing Christmas cards.

[Pen, ink, and watercolor]. Cover for: The New Yorker, 12 Dec 1964; 15 x 10 in. Holidays—Christmas.



Box NY057 Actress sitting on edge of be addressing reporters.

[Pen, ink, and charcoal]. Cartoon for: The New Yorker; Killed 17 Dec 1964; 15 x 12 in. Note: Cartoon Killed by The New Yorker. Actors/Reporters.



Box NY058 Untitled.

[Charcoal pencil and ink]. Cartoon for: The New Yorker, Killed 17 Dec 1964. Husbands and wives/Hospitals



Box NY059 I'm not just sitting here. I'm listening to Johann Sebastian Bach.

[Pen, ink, and charcoal]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 26 Dec 1964; 15 x 15 in. Note: This drawing is a different version from the one that appeared in The New Yorker, but it contains all the same elements. Teenagers.



Box NY060 Everybody is going to Istanbul or Copenhagen. Now is the time to slip into Paris again.

[Pen, ink, and charcoal]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 6 Mar 1965; 11x7 in. Vacations/France.



Box NY061 Emily, for the love of God!

[Pen/ ink/ and charcoal]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 10 Apr 1965; 15 x 17 in. Note: With related sketch. Cocktail parties/Suburbia/Birthdays.



Box NY062 Italia

[Pen, ink, and wash]. Cartoon spread in: The New Yorker; 28 Aug 1965; Various sizes. Note: 12 drawings and 21 sketches; 1 mock-up for page layout (34 items total) 2 folders. Italy/Vacations



Box NY063 Why don't you stop moping around? There are plenty of kids your age in Vietnam who would give their eye teeth to spend a nice day on the Sound.

[Charcoal pencil and ink]. The New Yorker; 27 Oct 1965; 13.5 x 17 in. Note: Stop order 27 Oct. 1965; killed 29 Dec. 1966. Boating/Families/Vietnam War/Children.



Box NY064 Sailboat show room, husband,wife, and salesman.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover for: The New Yorker; 1966: Unpublished; 14 x 9 in. Sports—Boating.



Box NY065 Ill tell you what's the action. First you get a haircut, then you get your allowance

[Penk, ink, and charcoal]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 4 June 1966; 15x11 in. Teenagers/1960s/Generation gap.



Box NY066 Come to Britain

[Pen, ink, and wash]. Cartoon spread in: The New Yorker; 30 July 1966; Various sizes. Note: 24 pieces 2 folders. Vacations/England/Tourists



Box NY067 Would you do something for me? Would you repeat everything you just said to me in a letter to Senator Kennedy?

[Pen, ink, and charcoal]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 10 Sep 1966; 14 x 10 in. Cocktail parties/Politics.



Box NY068 Gallery opening with mod guests.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover for: The New Yorker, 19 Nov 1966; 15x11 in. Modern art/Art.



Box NY069 Man on balcony in city surveys his newly planted garden.

[Watercolor]. Cover proposal for: The New Yorker, 1967; 10 x 13 in. Gardening/New York City.



Box NY070 Man plant seedlings in greenhouse

[Watercolor and pencil]. Cover for: The New Yorker; 11 Mar 1967; 10 x 16 in. Gardening.



Box NY071 Now I don't want to hear any talk about Robert Kennedy, either for or against

[Pen, ink, and charcoal]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 25 Mar 1967; 11x 8 in. Politics.



Box NY072 Man places modern sculpture in the yard while wife gives instruction from inside house

[Watercolor and pencil]. Cover for: The New Yorker; 20 May 1967; 16x11 in. Note: Not exact version published. Modern art/Suburbia



Box NY073 Now the first thing we have to get straight is what exactly Aristophanes was trying to say

[Pen, ink, and charcoal]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 17 June 1967; 15 x 12 in. Note: Group meeting with director on stage. Theater/Actors.



Box NY074 "Happening" or "Event"

[Pen, ink, and wash]. Cartoon spread in: The New Yorker; 16 Aug 1967; Various sizes. Note: 15 drawings: 1) "No thanks I am dancing"; 2) No caption; 3) "Of course it's a hangup. That's the point"; 4)No caption; 5) "It's my jacket..."; 6) "It's just aspirin..."; 7) "You're supposed to either..."; 8) "Put this thing..."; 9) ("Look at me"); 10) "Of course, William Blake..."; 11) "Hey, man! We got..."; 12) ("Support your local poet"); 13) "I'm not putting...'; 14) "I'll tell you why..."; 15) "Groovy! Here I..." 3 folders. Generation gap/1960s/Hippies/Modern art/Art.



Box NY075 We are about to make out first expoloration of one of the most magical of all the arts. Inherent in those seemingly lifeless lumps of clay are forms only your minds can call forth. I have just one request before we begin: Please, no ashtrays.

[Pen, ink, and charcoal]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 2 Apr 1968; 14x11 in. Art.



Box NY076 I don't know what's happening to my game. See if you can tell me what I'm doing wrong.

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 27 July 1968; 14x1 2 in. New York City/Children.



Box NY077 Some aspects of the emerging American character

[Pen, ink, and wash]. Cartoon Spread in: The New Yorker; 31 Aug 1968; Various sizes. Note: 8 drawings: 1) Awareness of man...; 2) Denial of apathy; 3) Decline of Puritanism; 4) Nostalgia for the natural man; 5) Tolerance of new art forms; 6) Involvement (2 versions); 7) Tendency to polarization. Modern art/Art/Politics/Sex.



Box NY078 Fisherman with Indian Guide.

[Watercolor and charcoal]. Cover for: The New Yorker; 14 Sep 1968; 16 x 10 in. Vacations/Sports—Fishing.



Box NY079 If I am elected, I promise to get things moving again. Like there are a lot of groovy things that ought to be done like self-determination and the way the power structure makes rules that affect all kinds of things it has become too stagnant to dig, and with your support, together, we can make this country groovy again.

[Pen, ink, and charcoal]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 5 Oct 1968; 14x11. Note: Politician addresses students on Low steps Two versions. NY 079. Columbia University/Colleges/Hippies/Politics.



Box NY080 Perhaps this semester we may see yet another swing of the pendulum

[Pen, ink, and charcoal]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 19 Oct 1968; 15 x 17 in. Note: Professors comment on students playing football. Colleges/Columbia University.



Box NY081 Businessmen.

[Charcoal pencil]. The New Yorker, 16 Nov 1968; Various sizes. Note: 2 of 5 drawings perhaps printed in The New Yorker 16 Nov 1968. Businessmen.



Box NY082 Shouldn't somebody be speaking out about that?

[Pen, ink, and charcoal]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 8 Feb 1969; 15 x 13 in. Pollution/Politics.



Box NY083 Woman examines painting in a secluded room

[Pen, ink, and watercolor]. Cover for: The New Yorker, 29 Mar 1969; 14 x 11 in. Note: This is a version of the cover for 29 March 1969. Art.



Box NY084 Good Lord, have they started to graduate them?

[Charcoal pencil]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 12 Apr 1969; 14 x 12 in. Note: Two Alumni (older men) in the Columbia Club watch two new members with long hair exit the club room. Colleges/Columbia University/Hippies.



Box NY085 Cocktail party, people standing on pinacles.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover for: The New Yorker, 24 May 1969; 13x 9 in. Note: Two versions. Cocktail parties.



Box NY086 Cocktail party at Christmas time

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover for: The New Yorker, 13 Dec 1969; Various sizes. Note: 2 versions. Cocktail parties/Holidays-Christmas.



Box NY087 Days of Tender Passion

[Various media]. Cartoon spread in: The New Yorker, ca 1970; Various sizes. Note: A group of roughs, drawings, notes, stats, and tearsheets relating to the spread. Incorporating ideas from an earlier (1964) proposal "Female poets of America.". Women



Box NY088 I'll grant you it's got artistic integrity. But I'm not booking you into the Helen Hayes, and that's final.

[Pen, ink, and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 3 Jan 1970; 13 x 15 in. NY 088. Theater.



Box NY089 It seems to me that you've simply got to be for or against sex these days

[Pen,ink, and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 10 Jan 1970; 10 x 13 in. NY 089. Sex.



Box NY090 Since my songs tonight will not have any special social or political significance, I would like to say now that I am opposed to our military involvement in the Far East, and I'm in favor of legalized pot and of price stability through federal controls, also the boycotting of California table grapes.

[Pen, ink, and charcoal]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 24 Jan 1970; 13 x 10 in. NY 090. Hippies/Meaningful people/Politics.



Box NY091 Walter, do we have a meaningful relationship?

[Pen, ink, and charcoal]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 31 Jan 1970; 13x11 in. NY 091. Meaningful people/Relationships.



Box NY092 Hold it Mr. Broadhurst! The boy just delivered the Times'!

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 21 Mar 1970; 10 x 9 in. NY 092. Newspaper/Maids.



Box NY093 1)1 want to talk to you about the way you're frittering away your life. 2) Oh, I know what you're going to say...3) I'm talking about a sense of purpose...4) I suppose it's my fault..5) O.K., so I suppose I'm wrong...6) no caption.

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon spread in: The New Yorker, 11 Apr 1970; Various sizes. Note: Six drawing. Fathers and sons/Hippies/Generation gap.



Box NY094 Maybe it would be better if you didn't come right out and tell her you've been made a vice-president You could sort of let it drop some moment that seemed propitious

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 20 June 1970; 15 x 13 in. NY 094. Parents/Children/Generation gap.



Box NY095 Do you Walter, promise to love and cherish, to make every effort to relate to a compatible life style, and to communicate on all meaningful levels?

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 12 Sep 1970; 13 x II in. NY 095. Weddings/Meaningful people.



Box NY096 Maybe it would be better if you didn't come right out and tell her you've been made vice-president You could sort of let it drop some moment that seemed propitious.

[Pen, ink, and charcoal]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 7 Nov 1970; Various sizes. Note: Two versions. NY 096. Teenagers/Hippies/Parents/Family/Businessmen/Generationgap.



Box NY097 Now that you're retiring, you won't be renewing this 'Insider's Newsletter, ' I suppose.

[Pen, ink, and charcoal]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 7 Nov 1970; 15 x 12 in. NY 097. Retirement/Businessmen/Aging.



Box NY098 My goodness, this is a surprise. I didn't know you people skied!

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 2 Jan 1971; 10 x 13 in. NY 098. Hippies/Sports—Skiing.



Box NY099 Tourists see political rally in Jamaica.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover for: The New Yorker, 9 Jan 1971; 14 x 10 in. Note: This drawing is an earlier version of the one used for the cover. NY 099. Tourists/Vacations/Politics.



Box NY100 Man dreams of money while reading the newspaper during his commute.

[Charcoal pencil]. Cartoon spread in: The New Yorker; 16 Jan 1971; Various ) sizes. Note: Six drawing. Money/Businessmen/Commuting.



Box NY101 Cocktail party

[Charcoal pencil]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 27 Feb 1971; Various sizes. Note: Cocktail party with conversation written above the heads of the guests 2 versions. NY 101. Pollution/Cocktail parties/Politics.



Box NY102 I grant your point, but not because I agree with you. I'm under sedation

[Pen, ink, and charcoal]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 2 Oct 1971; 12 x 10 in. NY 102. Cocktail parties



Box NY103 Monk walks in cloister with transistor radio

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover for: The New Yorker, 9 Oct 1971; 13 x 10 in. Note: Earlier version of the drawing used for the cover. Clergy.



Box NY104 Man chips golf ball into water trap, throws golf bag in water, then goes back to get bottle of liquor.

[Charcoal pencil]. Cartoon spread in: The New Yorker, 23 Oct 1971; Various "* sizes. Note: Nine drawings, no captions. Sports-Golf/Drinking.



Box NY105 Did someone in here buzz?

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 6 Nov 1971; 12 x 15 in. NY 105. Hospitals.



Box NY106 Say, Frank, did I leave some boughs of holly and a little Christmas tree in here last night?

[Charcoal pencil]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 25 Dec 1971; 13x10 in. NY 106. Holidays—Christmas/Drinking.



Box NY107 Tourist photographs flamingos

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover for: The New Yorker; 15 Jan 1972; 14 x 10 in. Note: Cover version and a draft. NY 107. Vacations/Photography/Animals/Tourists.



Box NY108 Let him speak now or forever hold his peace.

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 5 Feb 1972; 14 x 10 in. NY 108. Hippies/Weddings/Fathers.



Box NY109 And where is the quizzical lift of the left eyebrow today, Mr. Griffith?

[Pen, ink, and charcoal]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 26 Feb 1972; 11x11 in. NY 109. Art/Businessmen.



Box NY110 If the Chinese would just come right out and say if they're a freedom-loving people, Mr. Nixon would know whether we can be friends with them.

[Pen,ink, and charcoal]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 15 Apr 1972; 9 x 10 in. NY 110. Politics/Cocktail parties.



Box NY111 Dick Cavett

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon Spread in: The New Yorker; 6 May 1972; Various sizes. Note: 12 drawings: 1) Portrait of Cavett, 2) Research department, 3) The Boarding Room, 4) Lunch Break with Creative consultant Brickman, 5) Daphne productions in full swing, 6) no caption, 7) Control Room~on the air, 8) The monologue, 9) Client's room, 10) The greenroom backstage, 11) Stage right, 12) Will you welcome, please.... NY 111. Television



Box NY112 If you're looking for me Herbert, I shall be sitting in the bay window reading the Dow Jones summary of corporate earnings

[Pen, ink, and charcoal]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 10 June 1972; 16 x 10 in. NY 112. Businessmen/Women/Money.



Box NY113 Women wave to each other on Fifth Avenue, men watch.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover for: The New Yorker; 8 July 1972; 14 x 10 in. New York City/Women/Sex



Box NY114 I'm very sorry Freddie, but I'm afraid I just don't relate to potted plants.

[Pen, ink, and charcoal]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 22 July 1972; 14 x 10 in. NY 114. New York City/Meaningful people/Relationships.



Box NY115 Well, if everybody else is going to go berserk, I'll have a rum swizzle, too.

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 12 Aug 1972; 14 x 10 in. NY 115. Restaurants/Women/Drinking.



Box NY116 Lifeguard surveys beach

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover for: The New Yorker; 2 Sep 1972; 15 x 10 in. Note: Two versions. NY 116. Vacations/Lifeguards.



Box NY117 Motorcycle police lead motorcade.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover for: The New Yorker; 23 Sep 1972; 14 x 9 in. Police/Politics.



Box NY118 Promise me you'll give McGovem [Charley Morton] one more chance to turn you on.

[Pen, ink, and charcoal]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 21 Oct 1972; 11x1 2 in. Note: The caption printed in the New Yorker reads McGovern; the caption on the drawing reads Charley Morton. NY 118. Politics/Women.



Box NY119 Hooded football players on bench, coach standing in front

[Charcoal pencil and pastel]. Cover for: The New Yorker, 11 Nov 1972; 14 x 10 in. Note: cover version. NY 119. Sports-Football.



Box NY120 Margaret Spicer! After all these years! and you haven't changed a bit!

[Charcoal pencil]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 18 Nov 1972; 13 x 10 in. NY 120. Maids.



Box NY121 You don't love me anymore.

[Charcoal pencil]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 16 Dec 1972; 10x 9 in. Note: Couple playing cards; Man says "Gin," woman responds, "You don't love me anymore.". NY 121. Sports-Cards/Relationships.



Box NY122 Steer clear of that one. Every day is the first day of the rest of his life.

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 30 Dec 1972; 9x1 3 in. NY 122. Cocktail parties/Hippies



Box NY123 New York Landmarks Updated: New York Public Library with graffiti

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon proposal for: The New Yorker, 1973; 9x1 2 in. Note: Unpublished. NY 123. New York City.



Box NY124 New York Landmarks Updated: Statue of Liberty shrugging her shoulders

New York Landmarks Updated: Statue of Liberty shrugging her shoulders



Box NY125 New York Landmarks Updated: Sketches

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Sketches and Roughs for the cartoons published in: The New Yorker; 1973; Various sizes. Note: 7 drawings. NY 125. New York City.



Box NY126 Do you have any jolly fiction?

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 17 Feb 1973; 15 x 10. NY 126. Books/Bookstores



Box NY127 New York land marks updated: Alma Mater

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 7 Apr 1973; 10 x 14 in. NY 127. Columbia University/New York City



Box NY128 New York landmarks updated: Prometheus at Rockefeller Center with an Afro and a Van Dyke

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 21 Apr 1973; 13x8 in. NY 128. New York City.



Box NY129 New York landmarks updated: Cleopatra's needle with graffiti

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 5 May 1973; 13 x 7 in. NY 129. New York City.



Box NY130 New York landmarks updated: Ceres with gas mask

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 19 May 1973; 12 x 10 in. NY 130. New York City.



Box NY131 New York landmarks updated: Statue of Liberty with a teardrop

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 2 June 1973; Various sizes. Note: Two drawings, both are versions of the one published. NY 131. New York City.



Box NY132 Couple with mobile home arrive at seaside town

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover for: The New Yorker; 9 June 1973; 15 x 12 in. Note: This is a version, not the one published. NY 132. Parents/Mobile homes/Vacations.



Box NY133 End of the expense account lunches

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 23 June 1973; 10 x 15 in. Note: The drawing is titled as above, the printed version has no title. NY 133. Expense accounts/Businessmen/Dining.



Box NY134 Building girders at night.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover for: The New Yorker; 9 July 1973; Various sizes. Note: Two drawings: one version has the scene set in day,the other at night The latter was published. NY 134. New York City/Architecture.



Box NY135 Let me see...what do I envy you? I envy you your taste, your roses, your husband.

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 30 July 1973; 14 x 12 in. NY 135. Suburbia/Gardening/Husbands and wives/Women.



Box NY136 I could swear I smell coffee brewing! "I could swear I smell coffee brewing",what a great idea for a commercial!

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 20 Aug 1973; 15 x 13 in. NY 136. Advertising/Vacations.



Box NY137 Jonathan, when did you start saying, 'mark my words'?

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 27 Aug 1973; 13 x 15 in. NY 137. Aging/Suburbia/Generation gap.



Box NY138 Cocktail party with reflection of the guests in a pool.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover for: The New Yorker, 3 Sep 1973; 15 x 10 in. Cocktail parties



Box NY139 Newsstand in the city

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover for: The New Yorker; 24 Sep 1973; Various sizes. Note: two versions, neither is the one published. NY 139. New York City.



Box NY140 I couldn't find a thing on sale except convertible sofas

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 8 Oct 1973; 15 x 11 in. NY 140. Shopping/New York City.



Box NY141 Women address campaign literature

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover for: The New Yorker, 15 Oct 1973; 14 x 10 in. NY 141. Politics/Political campaigns/Women.



Box NY142 Aside from having a lot of experience throwing your weight around, what have you done?

[Pen, ink, and charcoal]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 29 Oct 1973; 11x11 in. NY 142. Employment/Generation gap/Businessmen.



Box NY143 Tell me, Wentworth. If you're not being inscrutable, just what are you being?

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 12 Nov 1973; 13x11 in. NY 143. Husbands and wives/Relationships



Box NY144 No, that was two corned beef on rye, a cheeseburger, two coffee regular, one black, and a prune Danish

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 7 Jan 1974; 14 x 11 in. NY 144. Computers/Technology/Lunch.



Box NY145 What did you learn in school today?

[Charcoal pencil]. Cartoon spread in: The New Yorker, 27 May 1974; Various sizes. Note: Four drawings. NY 145. Children/Sports—Karate



Box NY146 Hippie students in front of Low Library on the Columbia campus

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover for: The New Yorker, 10 June 1974; Various sizes. Note: Two drawings: one is the published version, the other a draft. NY 146. Columbia University/Hippies/Colleges.



Box NY147 I'd know you anywhere

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon spread in: The New Yorker; 10 June 1974; Various sizes. Note: 9 drawings. NY 147. New York City/Businessmen/Cocktail parties.



Box NY148 Oh that's Helga, the chick who shares my pad

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 29 July 1974; 13 x 12 in. NY 148. Businessmen/Generation gap.



Box NY149 When Harold Bigelow said, 'The sky is the daily bread of the eyes,' all you could come up with was, 'Yes, it's always seemed that way to me, too.'

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 12 Aug 1974; 14 x 12 in. NY 149. Cocktail parties.



Box NY150 I'm listening. Would you like to finish any unfinished sentences?

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 9 Sep 1974; 17 x 13 in. NY 150. Cocktail parties/Husbands and wives.



Box NY151 Brian, this is Lars Kronquist. He's a winner too.

[Charcoal pencil and ) wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 16 Sep 1974; 13 x 10 in. NY 151. Businessmen/Cocktail parties/Suburbia.



Box NY152 Pierce, of Bailey, Pierce and Kemp, may I present Archer, of Howe, Archer, Groff and Seaberry?

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 2 Dec 1974; 13x1 1 in. NY 152. Women/Cocktail parties/Lawyers/Gender gap.



Box NY153 Sheldon, why don't you ever leap up?

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 9 Dec 1974; 12 x 11 in. NY 153. Suburbia/Dining/Husbands and wives.



Box NY154 People in airline queues at Christmas time.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover for: The New Yorker, 16 Dec 1974; Various sizes. Note: Two drawings: one published the other a draft. NY 154. Holidays—Christmas/Airlines.



Box NY155 You don't think it's too Christmassy?

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 23 Dec 1974; 15 x 11 in. Note: Woman and man discuss the purchase of a Christmas tree. % NY 155. 1 Holidays—Christmas/New York City



Box NY156 Hello there! I'm Louise Anderson. I'd like to tell you about Sunday afternoon.

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 17 Feb 1975; 12 x 14 in. NY 156. Husbands and wives/Television.



Box NY157 If there are any calls, Miss Gilmore, I'll be on the fifteenth floor breathing down some necks

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 24 Feb 1975; 14 x 12 in. NY 157. Businessmen.



Box NY158 Art auction: auctioneer with audience.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover for: The New Yorker, 14 Apr 1975; Various sizes. Note: Two drawings, neither is the published version. NY 158. Art.



Box NY159 I know, let's play that adult game you got for Christmas.

[Charcoal pencil and wasy]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 21 Apr 1975; 16 x 13 in. NY 159. Sex/Husbands and wives.



Box NY160 Couple admires seedlings on terrace

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover for: The New Yorker, 16 June 1975; ) 11x15 in. Note: Draft version, not the one published. NY 160. Gardening/Meaningful people.



Box NY161 The Kelleys, the Danvers, the Kornfelds, and the Rolinses all have tomatoes coming out of their ears.

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 18 Aug 1975; 12 x 14 in. NY 161. Husbans and wives/Gardening/Suburbia.



Box NY162 Texas politician comes down step of Capitol, TV cameramen await at foot of the stairs.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover for: The New Yorker, 8 Sep 1975; 12 x 17 in. NY 162. Politics/Television.



Box NY163 Of course you have a pretty smile. Would I have married a woman with and ugly smile?

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 13 Oct 1975; 13x11 in. NY 163. Husbands and wives.



Box NY164 Lobby of a movie theater

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover for: The New Yorker, 24 Nov 1975; } 12 x 17 in. Note: Draft version, not the one published. NY 164. Motion pictures.



Box NY165 Is something troubling you, Bennett. I have never known you to chew gum

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon for: The New Yorker, 2 Feb 1976; 13 x 10 in. NY 165. Businessmen/Husbands and wives.



Box NY167 Watch out for Archie Hopkins. He collects people.

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 30 Aug 1976; 10 x 12 in. NY 167. Cocktail parties.



Box NY168 You needn't t tell me what they are, Norris, but have you any secrets you plan to carry with you to the grave?

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 8 Nov 1976; 16 x 13 in. NY 168. Husbands and wives.



Box NY169 Man with Christmas tree in revolving door.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover for: The New Yorker, 20 Dec 1976; 14 x 10 in. NY 169. Holidays~Christmas/New York City.



Box NY170 Man jumping over tennis net to kiss woman.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover proposal for: New Yorker, 1977; 16.5 x 14 in. Note: May have been dustjacket for book entitled Mixed Singles. NY 170. Sports—Tennis/Relationships



Box NY171 I'm writing my autobiography, to set the record straight

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 31 Jan 1977; 10 x 10 in. NY 171. Husbands and wives/Women/Authors



Box NY172 I'm learning to think not only with my mind, but with my entire body

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 7 Feb 1977; 11x 9 in. NY 172. Meaningful people.



Box NY173 Would you please welcome Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Garfiel

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 21 Feb 1977; 10 x 12 in. NY 173. Cocktail parties.



Box NY174 Cocktail party with conversation in colored boxes above people.

[Charcoal pencil and pastel]. Cover for: The New Yorker; 14 Mar 1977; Various sizes. Note: 2 versions. NY 174. Cocktail parties.



Box NY175 No, we can't play paddle tennis. We can't do anything. Richard is going to finish The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire' if it kills him

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 25 Apr 1977; 13x 9 in. NY 175. Husbands and wives/Books.



Box NY176 Man in sidewalk cafe watches parking meter.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover for: The New Yorker, 16 May 1977; Various sizes. Note: Also included is a version showing the man walking toward the parking meter. NY 176. Cities/Dining/Autcmobiles.



Box NY177 Marguerite, you have a cruel laugh.

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 18 July 1977; 9 x 10 in. NY 177. Husbands and wives.



Box NY178 I found some old letters you wrote me before we were married. Your handwriting has quite noticeably changed

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 22 Aug 1977; 14.5 x 14 in. NY 178. Husbands and wives.



Box NY179 You'll be rounding out the team. Your job is to make the public laugh with him rather than at him

[Charcoal pencil]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 26 Sep 1977; 12 x 9 in. NY 179. Politics/Politicians.



Box NY180 Don't jump. I am merely touching you. Contact.

[Charcoal pencil]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 5 Dec 1977; 14 x 10 in. NY 180. Cocktail parties/Meaningful people



Box NY181 This is for the young lady with the auburn hair who served me with gracious courtesy.

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 26 Dec 1977; 13x1 1 in. NY 181. Waiters/Restaurants.



Box NY182 Thank you gentlemen. Although I'm resigning from this board, my thoughts will be with you. I intend to spend much of my time relaxing and painting, and my work will be shown at the Forbush Gallery, East Sixty-eighth street, just off Park.

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 20 Feb 1978; 11x1 3 in. NY 182. Art/Businessmen/Aging.



Box NY183 And this will be Richard's atelier.

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 27 Mar 1978; 13 x 14 in. NY 183. Husbands and wives/New York City/Art.



Box NY184 I bought a bag of limestone today, for you to do something with on the lawn. It was only a dollar thirty-seven

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 10 Apr 1978; 11 x 13 in. NY 184. Husbands and wives/Gardening.



Box NY185 I noticed you were showing Marsha Hornbeck your whimsical side.

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 7 Aug 1978; 13 x 17 in. NY 185. Husbands and wives/Suburbia.



Box NY186 The Trip

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon Spread in: The New Yorker; 28 Aug 1978; Various sizes. Note: 9 drawings. NY 186. Businessmen.



Box NY187 No pun intended

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 12 Feb 1979; 11 x 6 in. NY 187. Authors.



Box NY188 When did you start dotting your 'i's with little stars?

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 19 Feb 1979; 9 x 9 in. NY 188. Husbands and wives.



Box NY189 She supports him in public, but I hear that in private it's a whole different ballgame.

[Charcoal pencil and wsh]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 12Marl979;llxl3in. NY 189. Gossip/Cocktail parties/Husbands and wives.



Box NY190 I abstain, because of misgivings.

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 6 Apr 1979; 9 x 11 in. NY 190. Businessmen.



Box NY191 Dr. Leiderman says I am a great patient

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 25 June 1979; 11 x 13 in. NY 191. Hospitals.



Box NY192 Bicycles come off of ferry.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover for: The New Yorker, 23 July 1979; 16x12 in. Note: Version of the drawing printed. NY 192. Sports—Bicycling/Vacations.



Box NY193 Will you be terribly upset if I change my mind and get out here?

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 6 Aug 1979; 14 x 17 in. Note: Woman to cabbie. NY 193. New York City/Automobiles.



Box NY194 It says, 'Delicious evening of pure theatre!' Ugh!

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 24 Sep 1979; 11 x 10 in. NY 194. Husbands and wives/Theater



Box NY195 Tell me, Mr. Wallberg, what in particular can you offer this firm with your so-called youth?

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 29 Oct 1979; 11x9 in. NY 195. Businessmen/Youth.



Box NY196 People in queue for antiques fair.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover for: The New Yorker, 12 Nov 1979; Various sizes. Note: 2 versions. NY 196. Antiques



Box NY197 Policeman on horse in park.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover for: The New Yorker; ca 1980; Various sizes. Note: Three versions. NY 197. Police/New York City/Horses.



Box NY198 October 14,1956: Arrived at George Cinq. Concierge sent basket of fruit to room. Walked to charming bistro Ethel told us about. Had delightful lunch.Escargots, supreme de volaille, white Bordeaux. Maitre d1 brought me a pink tea rose tucked in the folded bill.

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 14 Jan 1980, 10x11 in. NY 198. Husbands and wives/Travel/Vacations



Box NY199 Couple wrapped in snug sacks, reading. Telephone ringing in background.

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 3 Mar 1980; 12 x 11 in. NY 199. Husbands and wives.



Box NY200 Father and son feed elephant at the zoo

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cover for: The New Yorker, 24 Mar 1980; Various sizes. Note: Cover version and three drafts. NY 200. Fathers and sons.



Box NY201 Richard was just saying it must be nice to have a condominium like yours—watching the old equity build up.

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 28 Apr 1980; 8 x 10 in. NY 201. Cocktail parties/New York City/Real estate.



Box NY202 What are you given to?

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 5 May 1980; 11 x 11 in. NY 202. Restaurants.



Box NY203 Do you think you could say something to the lady who is occupying the view?

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 16 June 1980; 12 x 10 in. Note: Published version and a draft. NY 203. Women/Restaurants.



Box NY204 Candidate standing around corner from marchers in a parade, ready to give them their cue.

[Pen,ink, and watercolor]. Cover for: The New Yorker; 11 Aug 1980; 15 x 11 in. Note: This drawing is a version of the printed cover. NY 204. Politics.



Box NY205 Those are the Fletcher Braithwaites. They've been living here on Wood's End Road for thirty-eight years. It's simply incredible the way this town has changed in the last thirty-eight years. You wouldn't believe how beautiful and charming it used to be.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 18 Aug 1980; 12 x 15 in. NY 205. Cocktail parties/Suburbia.



Box NY206 Why Austin, you put on your happy face!

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 22 Dec 1980; 11 x 8 in. NY 206. Husbands and wives.



Box NY207 What do you say? Shall we get down to some serious bowling?

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 26 Jan 1981; 12 x 15 in. Note: Two drawings: published version and a draft. NY 207. Sports-Bowling.



Box NY208 Of course you've grown, Elsie. It's Englewood that hasn't grown

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 23 Feb 1981; 11 x 8 in. NY 208. Husbands and wives/Suburbia.



Box NY209 If it's alright with you, I thought we'd do some long-range planning tonight

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 9 Mar 1981; 14x 9 in. NY 209. Husbands and wives



Box NY210 While Rome burns!

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 4 May 1981; 11x15 in. NY 210. Cocktail parties.



Box NY211 That was a Nantucket summer that I'll never forget. Everybody kept serving nothing but quiche Lorraine and spinach sala

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 6 July 1981; 10 x 13 in. NY 211. Seasons—Summer/Vacations.



Box NY212 Would you like to see a tomato? That's a tomato

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 27 July 1981; 14 x 12 in. NY 212. Cocktail parties/Suburbia/Gardening.



Box NY213 He's the words, but I wouldn't go so far as to say that she's the music

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 31 Aug 1981; 13 x 15 in. NY 213. Gossip/Cocktail parties/Husbands and wives.



Box NY214 Why Clayton, that's not true. You have friends up and down the corporate ladder

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 5 Oct 1981; 14x1 5 in. NY 214. Husbands and wives/Businessmen.



Box NY215 And now, the same bread with herbs

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 16 Nov 1981; 7 x 8 in. NY 215. Food/Dining.



Box NY216 Tess is comfortable in French as well as in English

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 23 Nov 1981; 8 x 8 in. NY 216. Cocktail parties.



Box NY217 Politician eating a hot dog in front of cameras and crowds.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover proposal for: The New Yorker; 1982; 14.5 x 12 in. NY 217. Political campaigns.



Box NY218 Irrate wife watches television while husband fixes a drink.

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon proposal for: The New Yorker, 1982; 11 x 11 in. Note: Cartoon killed by JRC 1-20-83. Irrate wife watches television while husband fixes a drink. NY 218. Husbands and wives/Television.



Box NY219 For Christmas she gave him a clavicord in kit form. More I cannot tell you

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 4 Jan 1982; 8x 9 in. NY 219. Cocktail parties/Husbands and wives/Suburbia/Gossip.



Box NY220 Come now Mr. Hillman—everybody can't have a happy ending

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 11 Jan 1982; 9 x 13 in. NY 220. Lawyers.



Box NY221 Do you know what you are saying? you are saying something very,very important.

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 22 Feb 1982; 11x 9 in. NY 221. Cocktail parties/Businessmen.



Box NY222 May I park here long enough to deliver a get-well present?

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 15 Mar 1982; 14 x 11 in. NY 222. New York City/Automobiles.



Box NY223 It's an orchid, but it never does anything

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 22 Mar 1982; 14 x 11 in. NY 223. Flowers/Gardening.



Box NY224 It's all right, dear. Itv s Kidder Peabody for me.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 5 Apr 1982; 10 x 12 in. NY 224. Businessmen/Husbands and wives/Money



Box NY225 Yes, I am going to the club. But I will not be "hanging out" there

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 17 May 1982; 9x 8 in. NY 225. Husbands and wives/Suburbia.



Box NY226 He can be a damned fine poet when he feels like it

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 14 June 1982; 11 x 10 in. NY 226. Cocktail parties/New York City/Authors.



Box NY227 I want you to meet the Clayburns. The Clayburns are Edgartown.

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 12 July 1982; 11 x 9 in. NY 227. Cocktail parties/Suburbia/Husbands and wives.



Box NY228 Heaven only knows how you construct these super parties Frieda. It must take a lot out of you

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 30 Aug 1982; 17 x 13 in. NY 228. Suburbia/Cocktail parties/Husbands and wives.



Box NY229 I know that look. It's about time for Felice to say 'There's a touch of fall in the air.'

' [Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 6 Sep 1982; 10x1 4 in. NY 229. Vacations/Seasons—Summer/Husbands and wives.



Box NY230 Captain's compliments, sir. The bluefish are running off Nantucket Shall we give chase?

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 20 Sep 1982; 13x1 4 in. NY 230. Sports-Fishing/Boating.



Box NY231 I'm offering you marriage, Helen, and more. Much more.

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 25 Oct 1982; 10 x 9 in. NY 231. Husbands and wives/Businessmen.



Box NY232 Well, this should appeal to you. It's an ancient bill of lading

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 15 Nov 1982; 10 x 8 in. NY 232. Husbands and wives/Museums/Businessmen.



Box NY233 I suggest you take your proposition to Mr. Hodkiss at the office. He may send you to Sam Weston or Bob Exum. Eventually, of course, you will have to talk to me.

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 20 Dec 1982; 12.5 x 10 in. NY 233. Businessmen.



Box NY234 Couple in gazebo with pug.

[Pen,ink, and watercolor]. Cover proposal for: The New Yorker; 1983; 13 x II in. NY 234. Husbands and wives/Pets—dogs



Box NY235 The 'Times' says 'just as fresh and witty as when it was filmed in 1933,' and damned if it isn't!

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 24 Jan 1983; 8 x 13 in. NY 235. Husbands and wives/Aging/Motion pictures.



Box NY236 I love to watch you look up something, Lester. It's as if we were both back at Ohio State.

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 21 Feb 1983; 11x10 in. NY 236. Husbands and wives/Books



Box NY237 As I understand it, Queen Hatshepsut had this made in Upper Egypt, to dedicate it to the god Amon Ra. Then it was carried off from the Valley of the Kings by adventurers, and Lester picked it up at Altman's for my birthday.

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 7 Mar 1983; 12 x 8 in. NY 237. Husbands and wives/Art.



Box NY238 Isn't it amazing? Donald and I were just strolling throught the sidework sale and this was hanging on the rack for sixty-five dollars.

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 11 Apr 1983; 9 x 11 in. NY 238. Husbands and wives/Fashion.



Box NY239 Man watering daffodils in atrium of a building

[Pencil and watercolor]. Cover for: The New Yorker; 25 Apr 1983; Various sizes. Note: 2 versions. NY 239. Seasons-Spring/Flowers/Gardening/Architecture/Cities.



Box NY240 I'm sorry, Elizabeth. I've been charming and amusing all day, and I have no more to give

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 30 May 1983; 10x9 in. NY 240. Husbands and wives/Businessmen



Box NY241 What is it Leonard? What happened to your lust for life?

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 27 June 1983; 10x11 in. NY 241. Vacations/Husbands and wives.



Box NY242 I'm sorry, what were you saying? I must have dozed off for a second

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 4 July 1983; 11x 9 in. NY 242. Cocktail parties/Businessmen.



Box NY243 Buckwood Falls

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon spread in: The New Yorker; 22 Aug 1983; Various sizes. Note: 8 drawings. NY 243. Music- Jazz/Vacations.



Box NY244 Little to they know what they're in for when they say vIf you have any questions, please don't hesitate to write.1

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 29 Aug 1983; 12 x 19 in. NY 244. Businessmen



Box NY245 Sushi bar

[Pen,ink, and watercolor]. Cover for: The New Yorker; 26 Sep 1983; Various sizes. Note: Two drawings, both are versions of the one finally used on the cover. NY 245. New York City/Restaurants/Food/Japan.



Box NY246 We were right about here, two days' sail out of Kota Kinabalu, when Arthur developed an uncontrollable aversion to the Willard Kimballs.

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 3 Oct 1983; 12 x 9 in. NY 246. Vacations.



Box NY247 Two weeks in Bermuda is too long. We had to do some things twice

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 14 Nov 1983; 12 x 11 in. NY 247. Vacations/Cruises.



Box NY248 Why no, Ken--I don't want to talk about it

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 5 Dec 1983; 11 x 14 in. NY 248. Television.



Box NY249 Kenneth says it lacks verve. He says they all lack verve.

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 12 Dec 1983; 14 x 10 in. NY 249. Art/Husbands and wives.



Box NY250 I dreamed Malcolm Forbes took me up in his ballroom

[Charcoal pencil and ) wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 2 Jan 1984; 12 x 11 in. NY 250. Businessmen/Husbands and wives



Box NY251 You're the host, Edwin. You're not supposed to look bemused

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 9 Jan 1984; 12 x 9 in. NY 251. Cocktail parties.



Box NY252 I ordered the businessman's breakfast. The businessman's breakfast always comes with those little plastic things with different kinds of jelly

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 6 Feb 1984; 11x 8 in. NY 252. Businessmen/Food.



Box NY253 The market may be iffy, but, as Raymond says, we built our house out of brick

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 20 Feb 1984; 11x1 0 in. NY 253. Cocktail parties/Money/Husbands and wives/Businessmen.



Box NY254 Lester, shouldn't we be upgrading something

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 12 Mar 1984; 13 x 10 in. NY 254. . Husbands and wives/Computers/Technology.



Box NY255 Let me say in advance: If you boys are ready to play by the rules, we're ready to play by the rules

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 26 Mar 1984; 10 x 11 in. NY 255. Businessmen.



Box NY256 All the experts say the market is going to turn around,but I say maybe

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 2 Apr 1984; 10 x 11 in. NY 256. Businessmen/Cocktail parties.



Box NY257 Say, fella, how's your French?

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 11 Jun 1984; 10 x 13 in. NY 257. Restaurants/Businessmen.



Box NY258 Untitled.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover for: The New Yorker, 16 July 1984; 15x1 2 in. Note: This drawing is a version of the published cover. NY 258. Vacations/Flowers/Photography.



Box NY259 Glad you brought that up, Jim. The latest research on polls has turned up ) some interesting variables. It turns out/for example, that people will tell you any old thing that pops into their heads

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 3 Sep 1984; 12 x 14 in. NY 259. Television.



Box NY260 We always assumed they were grooming Wingate for something down at the plant, but as it turned out they weren't

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 1 Oct 1984; 9 x 10 in. NY 260. Businessmen/Husbands and wives.



Box NY261 You mean after all these years, that's a crumpet?

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 15 Oct 1984; 13 x 10 in. NY 261. Businessmen/Restaurants/Food.



Box NY262 Campaign headquarters.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover for: The New Yorker; 5 Nov 1984; Various sizes. Note: Published drawing and a version of the published cover. NY 262. Politics.



Box NY263 I do miss it Adrian—the way you used to puff thoughtfully on your pipe

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 26 Nov 1984; 8x1 1 ) in. NY 263. Husbands and wives/Businessmen.



Box NY264 No, we're not rich. We just have what appears to be a whole lot of money

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 3 Dec 1984; 10 x 8 in. NY 264. Businessmen/Children/Money.



Box NY265 My God is that what I look like?

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 17 Dec 1984; 15 x 14 in. NY 265. Art/Businessmen.



Box NY266 Remember how we used to look in the window driving by? Now here we are the people at the Klinger's party

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 24 Dec 1984; 12x 9 in. NY 266. Cocktail parties.



Box NY267 You are getting bored with the all the usual ways of doing chicken. Am I right?

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 7 Jan 1985; 11x1 0 in. NY 267. \ Husbands and wives/Cocktail parties.



Box NY268 It's true that more is not necessarily better, Edward, but it frequently is

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 21 Jan 1985; 12 x 10.5 in. NY 268. Businessmen/Children.



Box NY269 No I didn't see the sunset last night, but I heard about it

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 25 Feb 1985; 9 x 10.5 in. NY 269. Businessmen/Commuting.



Box NY270 Whatever Arthur McNab says--whatever--I want you to promise you will not 'fail to comprehend'

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 10 June 1985; 15.5 x 13.5 in. NY 270. Suburbia/Cocktail parties/Husbands and wives.



Box NY271 It was just a dream, Valerie. I sometimes dream that you run off and leave me. I assure you, it doesn't mean a thing.

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 24 June 1985; 9.5 x 11 in. NY 271. Husbands and wives.



Box NY272 Caught van Gogh. Caught Rousseau. Missed Caravaggio

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 1 July 1985; 10 x 12 in. NY 272. Commuting/Businessmen/Art/Suburbia.



Box NY273 I never pause to consider anything after five o'clock

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 5 Aug 1985; 11 x 9 in. NY 273. Businessmen/Cocktail parties.



Box NY274 No, George, I do not want any more food for thought

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 26 Aug 1985; 12 x 14.5 in. NY 274. Husbands and wives.



Box NY275 Would you like me to tell you how to add fifty yards to your golf drive?

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 4 Nov 1985; 11 x 12 in. NY 275. Businessmen/Sports~Golf/Dining.



Box NY276 Man with tractor blowing leaves off of golf course.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover for: The New Yorker, 11 Nov 1985; 15 x 12 in. NY 276. Suburbia/Sports—Golf/Seasons—Autumn.



Box NY277 Thanks so much. The evening was beautifully crafted

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 9 Dec 1985; 13 x 10 in. NY 277. Cocktail parties.



Box NY278 Excuse me, Ma'am could you please tell me if Spurt is a toothpaste, a detergent or a breakfast cereal

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 30 Dec 1985; 14 x 12 in. NY 278. Husbands/Gender gap.



Box NY279 Walter—am I a New Year's resolution?

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 20 Jan 1986; 10.5 x 9 in. NY 279. Husbands and wives



Box NY280 I wonder if the 'Harvard Classics' are still up there. Yep, there they are

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 10 Feb 1986; 13 x 10.5 in. NY 280. Husbands and wives/Books.



Box NY281 I've reached the time of life when I just want a car that works

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 17 Feb 1986; 10.5 x 13 in. NY 281. Businessmen/Aging/Automobiles.



Box NY282 I understand Mr. Gunderson has an idea he would like to throw into the hopper

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 24 Feb 1986; 10.5 x 13.5 in. NY 282. Businessmen



Box NY283 If you're trying to analyze social disintegration, you should know that Mary Vollmer here majored in social disintegration

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 3 Mar 1986; 10.5 x 12 in. NY 283. Cocktail parties.



Box NY284 I know you didn't tell me to sell, Arthur, but when I said 'Maybe this is the time to sell' you paused

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 17 Mar 1986; 7.5 x 10.5 in. NY 284. Businessmen.



Box NY285 Before we get down to business, Mr. Garber, I think I should tell you that I am not smiling

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 24 Mar 1986; 11x13.5 in. NY 285. Businessmen.



Box NY286 If anyone wants me, I'll be in the garden with my English spading fork

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 14 Apr 1986; 13 x 12 in. NY 286. Suburbia/Husbands and wives/Gardening.



Box NY287 Wear it, Gilbert It looks cute

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 21 Apr 1986; 10 x 10 in. NY 287. Husbands and wi\es/Businessmen/Fashion.



Box NY288 When I speak, I expect women to listen. They don't listen

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 12 May 1986; 13 x 11 in. NY 288. Businessmen/Cocktail parties/Generation gap/Women/Gender gap.



Box NY289 That's just our opinion, but I believe the public feels the same way

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 26 May 1986; 15.5 x 13.5 in. NY 289. Cocktail parties/Politics.



Box NY290 That's just what my mother used to say

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 9 Jun 1986; 9 x 11 in. NY 290. Doctors.



Box NY291 You're the top, you're the Colosseum you're the top, you're the Louvre Museum. Y, u're the da-da-da/da-da-da-da-da in Spain. You're the da-dee-da-da/the da-dee-da-da, you're cellophane

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 23 Jun 1986; 11 x 10.5 in. NY 291. New York City/Husbands and wives/Sports—Bicycling/Music.



Box NY292 No more pipe, and no more bowl

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 30 June 1986; 15.5 x 13 in. NY 292. Aging/Royalty/Doctors.



Box NY293 A fool and his money are soon parted And that's not just my opinion

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 14 July 1986; 11 x 9 in. NY 293. Cocktail parties/Businessmen/Money



Box NY294 Ill get some more canapes. You unruffle Mr. Langstrum's feathers

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 4 Aug 1986; 13 x 10.5 in. NY 294. Cocktail parties/Husbands and wives.



Box NY295 Believe me Marlene, I have a very real reaction to you on a personal level

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 1 Sep 1986; 9x1 0 in. NY 295. Relationships/Meaningful people.



Box NY296 We used to do a good bit of skiing. But in those days we were committed to ) the idea of fun

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 15 Sep 1986; 8 x 9.5 in. NY 296. Cocktail parties/Sports—Skiing.



Box NY297 The last minutes show that Mr. Langster took umbrage

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 22 Sep 1986; 9 x 11.5 in. NY 297. Businessmen.



Box NY298 When I can't dismiss something from my mind, I just get up and write myself a little note. Then I can forget all about it

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 10 Nov 1986; 9x1 0 in. NY 298. Husbands and wives.



Box NY299 We were away over Christmas. How did it go?

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 19 Jan 1987; 14 x 9.5 in. NY 299. Cocktail parties/Holidays-Christmas



Box NY300 I saw David Letterman on the street today. He looked bemused

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 26 Jan 1987; 13 x 12.5 in. NY 300. Husbands and wives/Television.



Box NY301 When I say, 'Please pass the butter,' why do you say 'Hey, no problem?'

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 9 Feb 1987; 10 x 12 in. NY 301. Dining/Businessmen/Generation gap.



Box NY302 I'm perfectly willing to call you Russell from now on, dear. I'm just wondering how you decided you were no longer Russ

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 16 Feb 1987; 12 x 9.5 in. NY 302. Husbands and wives/Aging.



Box NY303 Beethoven hasn't changed, and neither have I

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 23 Feb 1987; various sizes. Note: 2 versions. NY 303. New York City/Aging/Music/Women.



Box NY304 I'd like to see something in a watch. I want one with hands that point and twelve numbers I can recognize

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 30 Mar 1987; 10 x 11.5 in. NY 304. Businessmen/Fashion.



Box NY305 O.K., I julienned the carrots and the potatoes. Now what?

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 25 May 1987; 12 x 9 in. NY 305. Food/Husbands and wives/Businessmen/Gender gap.



Box NY306 Come and meet Mr. Haelkamp. He's a little painter we're beginning to collect

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 13 July 1987; 15 x 12 in. NY 306. Cocktail parties/Art/Suburbia



Box NY307 Five men on golf green with four holes and many golf balls.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover for: The New Yorker, 17 Aug 1987; 15x11.5 in. NY 307. Sports-Golf



Box NY308 Mmm!. Qu'est-ce que c'est?

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 24 Aug 1987. (15 x 13.5 in). Note: Three witches around cauldron, one is tasting brew. NY 308. Holidays-Halloween/France/Food.



Box NY309 Thank you. Have a star-quality day!

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 28 Sep 1987; 10.5 x 9 in. NY 309. Women/Shopping.



Box NY310 While you're up, Miss Rayburn, fetch me a vice-president

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 5 Oct 1987; 11.5 x 13.5 in. NY 310. Businessmen.



Box NY311 This is Solange. My magnificent obsession

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 19 Oct 1987; 12 x 10.5 in. NY 311. Husbands and wives



Box NY312 Chester! Remember hats?

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 2 Nov 1987; 10.5 x 10 in. NY 312. Husbands and wives/Fashion



Box NY313 Listen to this, Calvin: "Quiet acres. Mountain views, nature walks, bird-watching, and much, much more."

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 30 Nov 1987; 13 x 12 in. NY 313. Vacations/Husbands and wives.



Box NY314 All right now. I want you and Grandpa to run along and interact

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 21 Dec 1987; 10 x 10 in. NY 314. Families/Children/Meaningful people.



Box NY315 Conductor bows to audience

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover proposal for: The New Yorker; 1988; J Various sizes. Note: 2 drawings. NY 315. Music.



Box NY316 Artists with palettes choosing colors from a buffet table laden with pigments.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover proposal for: The New Yorker; 1988; 13 x 10 in. NY 316. Art.



Box NY317 Corps de ballet getting ready to go on stage.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover proposal for: The New Yorker; 1988; Various sizes. NY 317. Ballet.



Box NY318 So that's a soap opera! Good heavens!

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 8 Feb 1988; 12 x 10 in. NY 318. Television/Husbands and wives.



Box NY319 Off with his head! Off with his head!

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 28 Mar 1988; 7 x 9.5 in. -v NY 319. ) Husbands and wives.



Box NY320 He's an original, all right. Why she didn't spot that at the beginning I'll never know

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 12 Sep 1988; 9x11. 5 in. NY 320. Cocktail parties/Businessmen



Box NY321 Uprising

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon spread in: The New Yorker, 19 Sep 1988; Various sizes. Note: 6 drawings: 1) The slow-food eat-in at McDonald's, 2) The Adolphe Menjou parade; 3) The Nice-graffiti contest; 4) The mixed-chorus performance of "Stardust" on the steps of Mohasset High School; 5) The great rock-video bonfire; 6) The memorial reading from the works of Fred Allen. NY 321. Generation gap/Aging.



Box NY322 Untitled.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover for: The New Yorker; 26 Sep 1988; Various sizes. Note: 2 drawings: One is the finished cover as published with a construction worker sitting in front of a sculpture having lunch, the other is an artist sitting on the same steps drawing the sculpture. NY 322. Art/New York City.



Box NY323 I know I don't express myself well, Evelyn, but please understand that I am sincerely yours

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 3 7 Oct 1988; 12.5 x 10 in. NY 323. Husbands and wives.



Box NY324 It must have been moonglow way up in the blue. It must have been moonglow that led me straight to you

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 24 Oct 1988; 9 x 13 in. NY 324. Husbands and wives.



Box NY325 I prefer not to be called a writer, Miss Malpedusa. I am a teller of tales

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 7 Nov 1988; 12 x 11 in. NY 325. Authors/Cocktail parties.



Box NY326 Dorothy, I'm bored

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon for: The New Yorker; 1989; 8 x 14 in. Note: One cow to another in the field. NY 326. Animals.


Newsweek Magazine



Box NZ001 How Men Are Changing.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Illustrations for: Gelman, David, Janet Huck, Holly Camp, James Doyle, Tony Fuller, Pamela Abramson, and Betsy Carter. Article in Newsweek; 16 Jan 1978; Various sizes. Note: Six drawings: l)The stay-at-homebody, 2) Collisions in the corridors of power, 3)Residual pavlovian reflex, 4)Rethinking priorities, 5)The last bastion of the male order, 6) The chevalier. NZ001. Businessmen/Women/Families/Gender gap.



Box NZ002 Untitled.

[Pen and ink]. Rough for cover of: Newsweek; 16 Jan 1978; 12 x 7 in. Note: Preliminary sketch for the cover of the magazine. Gift of Nancy Saxon. NZ 002. Husbands



Box NZ003 Charles Saxon

[Charcoal pencil]. Self-portrait in: Newsweek; 16 Jan 1978; 9 x 6 in. NZ003. Saxon, Charles



Box NZ004 Man drowning in sea of bills holds credit card aloft

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover for: Newsweek; 8 Jan 1979; Various sizes. Note: Heavily annotated with specs, two versions and a proof. x NZ 004. 'J Money.



Box NZ005 Hang in there

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Poster for: Newsweek; 1984; 14 x 12 in. Note: This is a version of the final poster. NZ 005. Businessmen/Aging.


Playboy Magazine



Box PL001 Sex in Suburbia

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Spread in: Playboy Magazine; July 1979; Various sizes. Note: 10 drawings: 1) I haven't been to a wife-swapping party. I don't even know anybody who has been invited to a wife-swapping party. 2) Of course, Albequerque isn't New York, but we do try to keep up with things. 3) Say Ellen, there's another obscene message for you on the answering machine. 4) Okay Cheryl, we agreed you could have other one-on-one relationships. But not in my BGO. 5) I thought a trip to Rome would help us find each other again, then Harold was propositioned by a twelve year old boy on the Spanish steps. 6) Where do you think I should say I have been this afternoon? The Museum of Modern Art is closed today. 7) We hate to eat and run but Edith has to get to bed early and I have a late date. 8) Another thing I don't miss about the old days-word games. 9) I want to hear all the dirty stories you told before we got here. 10) no caption. Three folders. PL 001. v Sex/Suburbia/Husbands and wives.


Price Waterhouse Review



Box PR001 Business Responsibilities

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoons for: The Price Waterhouse Review; n.d.; Various sizes. Note: 4 drawings of business executives. PR 001. Businessmen.



Box PR002 Buy Now, Pay Later

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cartoon for: The Price Waterhouse Review; n.d.; 16 x 21 in. Note: People carry merchandise out of a cornucopia. PR 002. Businessmen/Consumers.



Box PR003 Buying and using computers

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cartoons for: The Price Waterhouse Review; n.d.; Various sizes. Note: 4 drawings of people delivering or using computers. PR 003. Businessmen/Computers/Children.



Box PR004 Computers and information sources

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoons for: The Price Waterhouse Review; n.d.; Various sizes. Note: 4 drawings. \ PR 004. J Businessmen/Computers.



Box PR005 Managing the Data Processing Manager

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. The Price Waterhouse Review; Spring 1973; various sizes. Note: Two drawings: 1) Executive Overwhelmed by Computers (cover); 2)Beware the Premature Publicity about Future Systems. PR 005. Businessmen/Computers.



Box PR006 Conflict of Interests

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cartoons for: The Price Waterhouse Review; Summer 1973; various sizes. Note: 2 drawings: 1) Businessmen pass contracts under the table at a meeting; 2)Football players on opposing teams greet each other. PR 006. Businessmen/Sports—Football



Box PR007 Cash Management, Now More Than Ever

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cartoons for: The Price Waterhouse Review; Summer 1974; various sizes. Note: Two drawings: 1) The Float; 2) Collection, The Lockbox and Disbursement. PR 007. Businessmen/Money.



Box PR009 Politics.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cartoons for: The Price Waterhouse Review; Spring 1978; Various sizes. Note: Politics, 6 drawings: 1) elephant leading election commission; 2) donkey leading election committee; and 4 drawings of people Hiding picket signs. PR 009. Politics/Businessmen/Political parties/Generation gap.



Box PR010 Today's executive

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cartoons for: The Price Waterhouse Review; Spring 1980; Various sizes. Note: 2 drawings, l)The green berets, with mayhem and intimidation; 2) No one read the reports. PR 010. Businessmen/Money.



Box PR011 Family Neglect

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cartoons for: The Price Waterhouse Review; Spring 1982; Various sizes. Note: 3 drawings: l)Wife and children look into office window where father sits a desk (cover): 2) "Get that will written"; 3) "Big plans for his company's future, none for his family's future". PR Oil. Businessmen/Families/Children.



Box PR013 Technology Management

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cartoons for: The Price Waterhouse Review; Winter 1983; Various sizes. Note: 5 drawings: [1 & 2 are cover] 1) Stressed man with large "in" pile; 2)Relaxed man with large "out" pile and a calculator, 3)Businessmen oversee factory production of table lamps; 4) "Developing a conceptual blueprint" 5) "Each individual must be aware....". PR 013. Businessmen.


Psychology Today



Box PS001 Businessman in football helmet with swooning young women at side.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Illustration for: Psychology Today; Oct ) 1976; 12 x 8 in. PS 001. Sports-Football/Businessmen/Women.


Punch Magazine



Box PUN001 I've got an idea. We could take the same cruise again and go Tourist!

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon for: Punch Magazine; n.d.; 12.5 x 15 in. Note: With a draft. PUN 001. Vacations



Box PUN002 I don't want you to get rid of the car--I want you to out grow it

[Pen, ink, and charcoal]. Cartoon in: Punch Magazine; c 1962; 12 x 15 in. PUN 002. Automobiles



Box PUN003 I say it's all right if he cooks and it's all right if he knits. But it isn't all right if he cooks and he knits

[Cartoon for]. Punch Magazine; c 1962; Various sizes. Note: With a version redrawn for publication by Viking. PUN 003. . Businessmen/Husbands and wives/Cocktail parties/Gender gap.



Box PUN004 Just when you think you can relax, there's another Fra Angelico.

[Pen, ink, and charcoal]. Cartoon in: Punch Magazine; c 1962; 14 x 10 in. PUN 004. Art/Modern art



Box PUN005 Oh dear, I forgot something to munch on.

[Pen, ink, and charcoal]. Cartoon in: Punch Magazine; c 1962; 12 x 14 in. PUN 005. Cocktail parties/Suburbia/Dancing.



Box PUN006 Oh Louise, everything can't remind you of your first husband

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon version for: Punch Magazine; 1962; 16 x 12.5 in. PUN 006. Art/Husbands and wives



Box PUN007 Frankly, I feel I owe it to the board of directors and the share holders to build a fallout shelter

[Pen, ink, and charcoal]. Cartoon in: Punch Magazine; 16 May 1962; 14 x 12 in. PUN 007. Fallout shelters/Businessmen.



Box PUN008 There are many forms of creativity, my boy, as you'll discover if you ever ) have to draw up a purchase [order] contract.

[Pen, ink, and charcoal]. Cartoon in: Punch Magazine; 30 Sep 1964; 11 x 11 in. Note: The drawing reads "There are many forms of creativity, my boy, as you'll discover if you ever have to draw up a (hire-purchase) contract. The version printed in Honesty is one of the Better Policies(New York, 1984) reads "There are many forms of creativity/ my boy, as you'll discover if you ever have to draw up a purchase order.". PUN 008. Cocktail parties/An/Businessmen.


Seventeen Magazine



Box SE001 Girl grows up from school to college.

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon for: Seventeen Magazine; n.d.; Various sizes. Note: 2 drawings. SE 001. Children/Teenagers.


Sports Illustrated



Box SI001 Locker room fight

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cartoon for: Sports Illustrated; n.d.; 15 x 19.5 in. SI 001. j Sports.



Box SI002 Man with cats: Bill Veeck.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cartoon for: Sports Illustrated; n.d.; 16 x 13 in. SI 002. Pets—cats.



Box SI003 Football scenes (Yale).

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoons for: Sports Illustrated; n.d.; Various sizes. Note: 4 drawings of football scenes, all players have Yale uniforms. SI 003. Sports-Football/Colleges.



Box SI004 Man sleeps in front of television which blares football jargon

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: Sports Illustrated; n.d.; 9 x 10 in. SI 004. Television/Sports-Football.



Box SI005 Untitled.

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoons for: Sports Illustrated; n.d.; Various sizes. Note: 2 drawings: 1) Horse next to a dog jumping rope; 2) Child betting a quarter wile an official watches. SI 005. \ Sports—Racing/Children.



Box SI006 Untitled.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cartoons for: Sports Illustrated; n.d.; ) Various sizes. Note: 2 drawings: 1) nudes in Easter parade, 2) nudes on horseback. SI 006. Sports-Horseback riding/Nudists



Box SI007 Earthworms

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cartoons in: Sports Illustrated; n.d.; Various sizes. Note: 5 drawings of the various uses of earthworms. SI 007. Sports—Fishing



Box SI008 Raquetball story

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cartoons in: Sports Illustrated; n.d.; various sizes. Note: 2 drawings: 1) Man buying a raquetball outfit; 2) He tries it on. SI 008. Sports—Raquetball.



Box SI009 Mine was 54 Halibut taken in 20 feet of water close to Reykjavik harbor

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: Sports Illustrated; n.d.; 12x11 in. SI 009. Sports—Fishing.



Box SI010 Selling a Wally Byam trailer is sellin a way of life—most of the best prospects came from exactly the same background and hope to carry their x background with them on their travels-middle America in a box

[Charcoal ) pencil and watercolor]. Cartoon for: Sports Illustrated; n.d.; 14.5 x 16 in. SI 010. Vacations



Box SI011 Dog Show

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Spread in: Sports Illustrated; 10 Nov 1969; Various sizes. Note: 6 drawings: 1) The man had style, the women had spunk; 2)A breeder's families vet bills triple those of the pediatrition (set of three); 3) It comes as a shock to a potential purchaser...; 4) Every since the 'puppy in the powder room' scandal, mutual trust has been badly shaken. SI 011. Pets—Dogs.



Box SI012 Christmas Story

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Spread in: Sports Illustrated; 15 Dec 1969; Various sizes. Note: Three drawings and one draft SI 012. Pollution/ Holidays—Christmas.



Box SI013 Scouting

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: Sports Illustrated; 6 July 1970; various sizes. Note: 2 drawings: l)The Deparkers; 2)Show and Tell. SI 013. AutomobUes/Vacations/Sports-Racing/Women.



Box SI014 Skiers are boring

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cartoon spread in: Sports Illustrated; 21 Dec 1970; Various sizes. Note: 3 drawings: l)People who ski are so overwhelmingly boring that they are dominating the field in as many as eight or nine departments; 2) None has suffered more from the skiers' onslaught than the pro football bore; 3) The crisis situation of the seventies is imminent when not only will all skiers be bores, but all bores will be skiers. SI 014. Sports—Skiing.



Box SI015 Bill Veeck in chariot holding money

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cartoon in: Sports Illustrated; 5 Jun 1972; 17 x 14 in. Note: two versions. SI 015. Horses/Money



Box SI016 Bill Veeck

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoons in: Sports Illustrated; 12 Jun 1972; various sizes. Note: 2 drawings: 1) Bill Veeck rides cheque over a hurdle; 2) Bill Veeck in ancient chariot. SI 016. Sports—Horseback riding/Money/Horses.



Box SI017 Women and Karate

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cartoons in: Sports Illustrated; 19 Feb 1973; various sizes. Note: 2 drawings: 1) Lady Goliath was towering over me. "Do something," she invited; 2) I bowed quickly and tactfully left the premises. SI 017. Women/Sports—Karate.



Box SI018 Nudist sports

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cartoon spread in: Sports Illustrated; 16 Apr 1973; Various sizes. Note: Three drawings: 1) Volleyball is nudism's big sport; 2) Identification crisis: how do you tell the players without the numbers; 3) A surrealistic vision: a nude audience watching clothed performers. SI 018. Nudists/Sports.



Box SI019 "Where It's Really At" or "Inner Jogging"

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cartoons in: Sports Illustrated; 29 Jan 1979; Various sizes. Note: 4 drawings: 1) Cerutty taught runners to imitate the gait of animals, bare their teeth and snarl (published caption: For optimum running, bare your teeth and snarl); 2) Chadwick jogged in front of a bemused and unclothed audience (published caption: The sunbathers were unclothed and uncaring, but Chadwick jogged on....); 3)During the World Series replays, Chadwick's wife walked out (published caption: The World Series replay was on television and, before he knew it, Chadwick's marriage was off); 4) Mike Spino was sitting cross-legged, explaining workshop goals (published caption: "Run meditatingly," the instructor said, "and observe your mind." But Chadwick's mind was wandering.). SI 019. Sports—Running/Sports—Baseball/Television/Husbands and wives/Nudists.



Box SI020 Man can't help but cheat at card game

[Charcoal pencil,ink and wash]. ) Cartoon in: Sports Illustrated; 2 July 1979; 8 x 12 in. SI 020. Sports—Cards.



Box SI021 Paddy Lynch's father caught one of those horrorbuts on a bit of green crab for bait

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cartoon in: Sports Illustrated; 15 Oct 1979; 12x16 in. SI 021. Sports—Fishing



Box SI022 The Polar Bear Club

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon spread in: Sports Illustrated; 29 Dec 1980; Various sizes. Note: Five drawings. SI 022. Sports—Swimming.


This Week Magazine



Box TH001 When a man forsakes his country

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon for: This Week Magazine; 7 Apr 1968; 15 x 17 in. Note: With tear sheet. THOOl. Politics.



Box TH002 Why they'd rather do their own thing

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon ) for: This Week Magazine; 16 Mar 1969; 17 x 14 in. Note: Hippies attack the establishment, with tear sheet. I B 002. Hippies/Politics/Generation gap.


Time Magazine



Box TI001 How America looks at Europe/ How Europe looks at America

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoons for: Time Magazine; 12 Mar 1973; Various sizes. Note: 4 drawings; two different ideas for the cartoons. TI001. Europe/United States/Politics.


Town and Country Magazine



Box TW001 Carmanship: Some character studies by Charles Saxon

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon spread for: Town and Country; n.d.; Various sizes. Note: 3 drawings with tear sheets. TW001. Suburbia/Automobiles/Businessmen.



Box TW002 Superb, Hoskins! You have recreated the nutty, crackling flavor of camp-fire flapjacks!

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon for: Town and Country; n.d.; 11.5 x 10.5 in. TW002.



Box TW003 The day the traffic stopped

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cartoon spread in: Town and Country; May 1974; Various sizes. Note: Eight drawings. TW003. Automobiles/Commuting.



Box TW004 Paris

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Spread in: Town and Country Magazine; 8 Feb 1977; Various sizes. Note: Five drawings: l)This gentleman...2)Have you noticed..3)Good Lord...4)A little Braque...5)We have a little vineyard of our own. TW004. Paris/Vacations/Tourists/Wine/Fashion


United Nations Magazine



Box UN001 United Nations lobby full of diplomats.

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon for: United Nations Magazine; n.d.; 11.5x13.5 in. UN 001. Politics/Fashion.


Venture Magazine



Box VE001 The best motoring thrills in Italy are to be found by going off the main roads

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon for: Venture Magazine; May 1968; 16x 8 in. Note: With tear sheets. VE001. Italy/Automobiles/Vacations.


Women's Day Magazine



Box WD001 Home is a happening

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: Women's Day Magazine; n.d.; 12.5 x 14 in. WD001. Mothers/Families/Pollution.



Box WD002 Eight great vacations spots

[Pen, ink, and wash]. Cartoon spread in: Women's Day Magazine; Feb 1967; Various sizes. Note: 17 drawings of National Parks. WD(X)2. Vacations/Nature/Families



Box WD003 Insomnia

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: Women's Day Magazine; Jan ) 1969; 18x21 in. WD 003. Insomnia.


Miscellaneous Publication: Cartoons for Books



Box MISC001 Businessman in flowers imitating Pan.

[Charcoal pencil, pastel, and watercolor]. Dustjacket design for: Saxon, Charles. One Man's Fancy. New York: Dodd, Mead and Company; 1977; 12 x 14 in. MISC 001. Businessmen.



Box MISC002 Man tries to escape from an office cubicle.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cartoon in: Saxon, Charles. Honesty is one of the better policies. New York: Viking; 1984; 14 x 11 in. MISC 002. Businessmen.



Box MISC003 Indian in business suit on tightrope over city.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Bookjacket and cover for: Saxon, Charles. Honesty is one of the better policies. New York: Viking; 1984; 13x11 in. MISC 003. New York City/Businessmen.



Box MISC004 Drab man in brightly colored clothing store.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Illustration for: Saxon, Charles. Honesty is one of the better policies. New York: Viking; 1984; 14 x 11 in. MISC 004. Businessmen/Fashion.



Box MISC005 Husband and wife on fishing boat.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Illustration in: Saxon, Charles. Honesty is one of the better policies. New York: Viking; 1984; 15 x 14 in. MISC 005. Sports—Fishing/Husbands and wives/Vacations.



Box MISC006 Businessmen swimming upstream like salmon.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Illustration in: Saxon, Charles. Honesty is one of the better policies. New York: Viking; 1984; 15 x 12 in. MISC 006. Businessmen.



Box MISC007 Businessmen in a Valentine shop.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Illustration for: Saxon, Charles. Honesty is one of the better policies. New York: Viking; 1984; 11 x 8 in. MISC 007. Holidays—Valentines Day/Businessmen.



Box MISC008 Man on lawnmower.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Illustration for: Saxon, Charles. Honesty ) is one of the better policies. New York: Viking; 1984; 14 x 11 in. MISC 008. Suburbia/Businessmen.



Box MISC009 Cocktail party with people standing on each others shoulders.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Illustration for: Saxon, Charles. Honesty is one of the better policies. New York: Viking; 1984; 11 x 7 in. MISC 009. Cocktail parties.



Box MISC010 Pastimes on Primrose Hill: Sunday on the Links

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon for: Saxon, Charles. Honesty is one of the better policies. New York: Viking; 1984; 13 x 13 in. MISC 010. Sports~Golf/Businessmen/Suburbia.



Box MISC011 Businessmen at meeting with sunset

[Charcoal pencil, crayon and watercolor]. Cartoon in: Saxon, Charles. Honesty is one of our better policies. New York: Viking; 1984; 13.5 x 10.5 in. MISC 011. Businessmen.



Box MISC012 Closed mind

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Book jacket illustration for: The Art of Cartooning. New York: Stravon Educational Press; 1973; Various ) sizes. Note: 2 drawings: Man with castle on top of his head. MISC 012. Businessmen.



Box MISC013 Murphy must have been a mother

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Bookjacket illustration for: Murphy must have been a Mother. New York: Doubleday; 1983; 11x 9 in. MISC 013. Children/Mothers.



Box MISC014 Illustrator. Panky and William

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Illustrations for: Saxon, Nancy. Panky and William. New York: Atheneum; 1983; Various sizes. Note: Gift of Nancy Saxon. Eight drawings by Charles Saxon for his wife's book: a children's story about a girl and a horse. Included are press proof for some of the drawings and for the dust jacket. MISC 014. Horses/Children/Suburbia.



Box MISC015 Panky in the Saddle

[Charcoal pencil and wash (one drawing in watercolor)]. Illustrations for: Saxon, Nancy. Panky in the Saddle. New York: Athaneum; 1984; Various sizes. Note: 3 proofs and 12 drawings for the book. MISC 015. N Horses/Children/Suburbia.



Box MISC016 Panky in love.

[Charcoal pencil and wash, charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Illustrations ) for: Saxon, Nancy and Peter Saxon. Panky in love. New York: Athenaeum; 1985; Various sizes. Note: 10 drawings with wash, 1 drawing with watercolor, and cover proof. MISC 016. Children/Horses/Suburbia.


Advertisements



Box MISC017 Main Streets are People Streets

[Charcoal pencil]. Cartoon spread in: Imagination XXII (Champion Papers); 1978; Various sizes. Note: 4 drawings: 1) Woman walking past male loungers in front of Town Hall 2) Woman holding child while talking to older woman in front of hardware store 3)Three men sitting on park benches 4) Two policeman walking beat in a deserted downtown area. Gift of Eduardo Russell. MISC 017. Women/Cities/Por5 ce.



Box MISC018 They'll be back. They forgot the Chivas

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon for Advertising: Chivas Regal; n.d.; 17x11 in. MISC 018. Chivas Regal/Drinking/Advertising



Box MISC019 Your Chivas or Mine?

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon for Advertising: Chivas Regal; 1978; 16 x 9.5 in. Note: Drawing with related rough and 2 letters concerning changes desired ) by the company. MISC 019. Chivas Regal/Advertising/Drinking



Box MISC020 Chivas snowman.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Unused advertisement drawing:; c 1980; 15x 9 in. Note: Snowman in front of Victorian house holds a bottle of Chivas Regal. MISC 020. Seasons--Winter/Holidays-Christmas/Chivas Regal/Advertising.



Box MISC021 Lousy weather we're having

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon for: The Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce; n.d.; 16 x 12 in. MISC 021. Businessmen.



Box MISC022 Help. The roof is caving in!

[Charcoal pencil]. Photoreproduction of cartoon for advertisement for George McGovern campaign:; c 1972; 20 x 16 in. Note: A.n.s. by George McGovern to Charles Saxon. [Cataloged]]. Mjfc 02



Box MISC023 Suntory Beer.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Illustration for: Suntory Calendar; 1987; ) 14 x 16 in. Note: Suntory Beer calendar illustration: Beer being delivered to a sailboat. MISC 023. Sports—Sailing/Advertising.



Box MISC024 Giving Credit Where Credit is Due

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Advertisement for: Visa; 1985; 12x11 in. Note: Man hands waiter credit card in a restaurant MISC 024. Restaurants/Advertising.


Miscellaneous



Box MISC025 Illustration for the opening exhibition of the Nicholls gallery

[Charcoal pencil]. Invitation illustration for: The Nicholls Gallery: Reception; 1976; 10 x 13 in. MISC 025. Cocktail parties/Art/New York City.



Box MISC026 Au Vieux Carre

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Design used for a chromolithograph poster:; Feb 1983; 14 x 10 in. Note: Signed on back. MISC 026. New Orleans/Restaurants/Vacations.



Box MISC027 Desk Set (1)

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cartoons for: Desk Set: Saxon looks as the world of business. s.L: Brown and Bigelow; 1986; Various sizes. Note: 11 of 13 drawings for the calendar, lacking Oct and Dec. A copy of the calendar is in the Printed Materials section of the collection. MISC 027. Businessmen.



Box MISC028 Desk Set (2)

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cartoons for: Desk Set: Saxon looks at the world of business: Brown and Bigelow, a Division of Atwater/ Inc.; [1986]; Various sizes. Note: 13 drawings: illustrations for a business desk calendar. Gift of Nancy Saxon. MISC 028. Businessmen.


Not Published?



Box NP001 Girl meets three other girls dressed alike.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]: Not published?; Sep 1982; 10 x 12 in. NP001. Children/Fashion.



Box NP002 Cowboy hides from woman with six-shooters.

[Charcoal pencil and wash]: Not published?; 11 x 12 in. NP002. Cowboys/Women/Gender gap.



Box NP003 Psychiatrist lectures baseball players.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]: Not published?; 11 x 12 in. Note: Psychiatrist lectures baseball players. NP 003. Sports-Baseball/Doctors.



Box NP004 Wife in football uniform greets husband at door.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]: Not published?; 12 x 8.5 in. NP004. Sports—Football/Husbands and wives.



Box NP005 Man with television mobile unit begs farmer.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]: Not published?; 13 x 15 in. NP005. FarmingAelevision



Box NP006 Firing squad shoots man with television head.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]: Not published?; 11 x 14 in. NP006. Television.



Box NP007 Parade queen on home-made soap box float, while man and wife watch.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]: Not published?; 12 x 15 in. NP007. Parades/Women/Husbands and wives.



Box NP008 Women says no to smoker in group.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]: Not published?; 9 x 12 in. NP008. Smoking.



Box NP009 Editor shows manuscript to author.

[Charcoal pencil and wash]: Not published?; 10.5 x 12.5 in. NP009. Authors.



Box NP010 Husband and wife at Christmas dinner with birthday hats.

[Charcoal pencil and wash]: Not published?; 9 x 13 in. NP010. Husbands and wives/Businessmen/Holidays—Christmas.



Box NP011 Man tries to start motorboat before it goes over a waterfall

[Charcoal pencil and wash]: Not published?; 11 x 13 in. NP011. Boating.



Box NP012 Agent in restaurant with devious grin talks on telephone, with author at his side

[Charcoal pencil and wash]: Not published?; 9 x 11 in. NP 012. Businessmen/Restaurants/Authors.



Box NP013 Man in fountain with umbrella points to gift label on fountain

[Charcoal pencil and wash]: Not published?; 15 x 11 in. NP 013. Businessmen.



Box NP014 Robots in bank as tellers.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]: Not published?; 11 x 11 in. NP 014. Technology.



Box NP015 Campaign against censorship

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]: Not published?; 16 x 12 in. NP 015. Politics/Censorship.



Box NP016 People flock to browse at books in a flea market where they are charged to browse.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]: Not published?; 11 x 14 in. NP016. Books.



Box NP017 Computers dressed as cowboys have a shoot-out.

[Charcoal pencil and wash]: Not published?; 9 x 16 in. NP 017. Computers/Cowboys



Box NP018 Man wrapped in fabric astounds his family and amuses his wife.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]: Not published?; 13 x 15 in. NP 018. Families/Husbands and wives.



Box NP019 Woman and man both in business suits.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]: Not published?; 9 x 6 in. NP 019. Businessmen/Women.



Box NP020 Man on scales with his money.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]: Not published?; 15.5 x 11 in. NP 020. Businessmen.



Box NP021 Kids watch Ben Franklin on television.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]: Not published?; 9 x 12 in. NP021. Children/Television.



Box NP022 Man eating ice cream weighs himself on scales.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]: Not published?; 5 x 9 in. Note: T-shirt reads "5' 11," 174 lbs. or bust!". NP 022. Health/Diets



Box NP023 Woman introducing men at a party.

[Pen, Ink, and wash]: Not published?; 10 x 8 in. NP 023. Cocktail parties.



Box NP024 Beacon Hill, Boston ca. 1960s.

[Pen, Ink, and wash]: Not published?; 15.5 x 13.5 in. NP 024. Boston.



Box NP025 Dinner party, wife speaking.

[Charcoal pencil and wash]: Not published?; 10 x 13 in. NP 025. Husbands and wives/Dining



Box NP026 Visitors at a National Trust house look down long corridors

[Pen, ink, and wash]: Not published?; 14 x 11 in. NP 026. England/Vacations/Architecture



Box NP027 Large woman, small man on scales.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]: Not published?; 12 x 9 in. NP 027. Husbands and wives/Women/Gender gap.



Box NP028 Santa being supplied with toys by businessmen.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]: Not published?; 14 x 19 in. NP 028. Holidays—Christmas/Businessmen.



Box NP029 Skier.

[Charcoal pencil]: Not published?; 14 x 15 in. NP 029. Sports—Skiing



Box NP030 Large mattress being carried into television studio.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]: Not published?; 11 x 13 in. NP 030. Television.



Box NP031 Bill collectors at the Abercrombie and Fitch teepee.

[Charcoal pencil and wash]: Not published?; 14 x 15 in. NP 031. Businessmen.



Box NP032 Queen on Soap box cart pushed by king about to start a race for TV

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]: Not published?; 11 x 14 in. NP 032. Royalty/Television



Box NP033 Tickertape parade for small investors.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]: Not published?; 16.5 x 12.5 in. NP 033. Businessmen/New York City.



Box NP034 Football bounces off referee's head into hand of player.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]: Not published?; 13.5 x 16 in. NP034. Sports—Football



Box NP035 Woman being crowned, men at her feet

[Charcoal pencil and wash]: Not published?; 11 x 14 in. NP 035. Women/Gender gap.



Box NP036 Husband and wife filling Uncle Sam's hat.

[Charcoal pencil and wash]: Not published?; 10 x 8 in. NP 036. Husbands and wives/Politics/Taxes



Box NP037 Men landing on the moon take photographs.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]: Not published?; 9.5 x 13 in. NP 037. Science—Moon landing/Photography.



Box NP038 Woman in evening dress talks to husband with baby.

[Charcoal pencil and wash]: Not published?; 16 x 13 in. NP038. Husbands and wives/Children/Gender gap



Box NP039 Wife talks to husband as leaving a dinner party.

[Charcoal pencil and wash]: Not published?; 17 x 14 in. NP 039. Husbands and wives/Dining.



Box NP040 Nudists chase each other while couple in 19th century garb watch

[Charcoal pencil]: Not published?; 10 x 8.5 in. NP 040. Husbands and wives/Generation gap/Nudists.



Box NP041 8 studies of a man's face, one has a caption "NOPE!".

[Charcoal pencil]: Not published?; various sizes. NP 041. Businessmen



Box NP042 Woman with dolldrums.

[Charcoal pencil and wash]: Not published?; 7 x 6 in. NP 042. ) Women.



Box NP043 Reclining nude

[Charcoal]: Not published?; Nov 1975; 12 x 16 in. Note: Signed and inscribed, "St.-Paul-de-Vence, 11/75" on back. NP043. Women.



Box NP044 4 drawings showing donors and their plaques at a university.

[Charcoal pencil and wash]: Not published?; various sizes. NP 044. Businessmen/Colleges.



Box NP045 Woman sits watching the front door.

[Charcoal pencil and wash]: Not published?; 13 x 10.5 in. NP 045. Women/Loneliness.



Box NP046 Untitled.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]: Not published?; various sizes. Note: 2 drawings: 1) Businessmen rides a cow, 2) Indian on horseback in rain with an umbrella. NP 046. Businessmen/Indians.



Box NP047 "Mad dog" pilot.

[Charcoal pencil]: Not published?; various sizes. Note: 3 sketches of a "mad dog" pilot and a bi-plane. NP 047. Airlines.



Box NP048 Flowergirls at a wedding spread dollar bills instead of petals.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]: Not published?; 14.5 x 16.5 in. NP 048. Money/Weddings.



Box NP049 Waiter with extravagant dessert passes bland businessmen in gray suits

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]: Not published?; 14 x 11 in. NP 049. Food/Businessmen/Dining.



Box NP050 Street scene with double decker bus, c. 1930's.

[Charcoal pencil and wash]: Not published?; 14 x 16 in. NP050. Automobiles/New York City/1930's.



Box NP051 Fashion show.

[Charcoal pencil]: Not published?; 10 x 13 in. NP 051. Fashion.



Box NP052 Man at desk figuring his bills.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]: Not published?; 10 x 12 in. NP 052. Money/Businessmen/Families



Box NP053 Woman with two men, third man looks dejected.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]: Not published?; 4.5 x 11.5 in. NP 053. Loneliness/Women/Relationships.



Box NP054 Man and woman crawl along floor out of group of arguing lawyers and accountants

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]: Not published?; 13 x 9 in. NP 054. Lawyers/Husbands and wives/Businessmen.



Box NP055 Golf.

[Charcoal pencil]: Not published?; various sizes. Note: Fragments of three drawings on the back of a matt. Each has been cut in half, but was about golf. NP 055. Sports-Golf.



Box NP056 Athens

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]: Not published?; 11.5 x 15. Note: Tourist in outdoor cafe looking at busload of tourists. NP 056. Travel/Tourists/Vacations/Europe.



Box NP057 Find out all you can about service

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]: Not published?; 13 x 12 in. Note: Woman on cruise is served large fruit tray. NP 057. . Vacations/Cruises.



Box NP058 For the future air traveller, a portable communications center

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]: Not published?; 9 x 10 in. NP 058. Businessmen/Computers/Airlines.



Box NP059 From Victor Boff s and the organic supermarket with alfalfa, rose hips, fenugreek, St. John's wort, aduki, fafa and horse and cow beans. I am very fond of beans.

[Charcoal pencil and wash]: Not published?; 12 x 6.5 in. Note: Woman carrying groceries with pigeons flying above. NP 059. Food.



Box NP060 Gaffe

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]: Not published?; 13 x 12 in. Note: Woman in green dress at black tie affair apologizes and shrinks. NP 060. Fashion/Cocktail parties.



Box NP061 Go to everything no matter how boring it sounds

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]: Not published?; 14 x 16 in. Note: People play ball on a cruise ship. NP 061. Vacations/Cruises.



Box NP062 Holiday Hollandaise

[Charcoal pencil and wash]: Not published?; 12 x 7.75 in. Note: Woman mixes dollar bills with a beater. NP 062. Women/Money/Holidays.



Box NP063 How about you kids joining us kids at our table?

[Charcoal pencil and wash]: Not published?; 8 x 7 in. NP 063. Vacations/Husbands and wives.



Box NP064 I could have married for love, but I settled for security

[Charcoal pencil and wash]: Not published?; 16 x 13 in. Note: Princesses talking on top of a castle. NP 064. Husbands and wives/Royalty



Box NP065 Loneliness

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]: Not published?; various sizes. Note: 5 drawings. NP065. Loneliness/Relationships.



Box NP066 Love you too, mom...

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]: Not published?; Various sizes. Note: 6 drawings of a man talking to his family on the telephone; possibly an ad for a telephone co. NP 066. Families/Telephones.



Box NP067 Maybe Al Primo was right. Maybe all my life everybody in the world thought I was funny looking…'Shhh,' people have been saying, 'Here comes funny looking!'

[Charcoal pencil and wash]: Not published?; 10 x 10 in. NP 067. Fashion.



Box NP068 The Moral Majority campaigns for TV censorship

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]: Not published?; 17 x 13 in. NP 068. Politics/Censorship/Television.



Box NP069 The new vice-president, or crisis at the office

[Charcoal pencil and wash]: Not published?; 9 x 11 in. Note: Woman vice-president enters office of men. NP 069. Businessmen/Women/Gender gap.



Box NP070 Parade, Avignon

[Charcoal pencil and wash]: Not published?; c 1976; 11 x 16 in. NP 070. France/Parades.



Box NP071 The Presidency

[Charcoal pencil and crayon]: Not published?; 13.5 x 11 in. ; Note: A monument to the presidency in Washington D.C. NP 071. Washington/Politics



Box NP072 Skin problems

[Charcoal pencil]: Not published?; 14 x 6 in. Note: Man jumps into water. NP072. Sports—Swimming



Box NP074 Thursday

[Charcoal pencil and wash]: Not published?; 8.5 x 12.5 in. Note: Letters of the title spelled out by food shapes. NP 074. Food/Dining.



Box NP075 We hauled aboard 10 bottles of wine, scotch, Kahlua, and 10 bottles of Tequila to barter with the natives (and found 22 bottles already on the boat)

[Charcoal pencil and wash]: Not published?; 13 x 16.5 in. NP 075. Vacations.



Box NP076 We went to Ogonquit last year, but we missed the old haunts too much.

[Pen, ink, and wash]: Not published?; 14 x 11 in. Note: Undated, unsigned cartoon. Perhaps early c. 1960-65? NP 076. Vacations/Seasons—Summer.



Box NP077 What do I want? After all this time you should know that without my having to tell you

[Charcoal pencil and wash]: Not published?; 9 x 7 in. NP 077. Husbands and wives.



Box NP078 Yearning for a return to Nature

[Charcoal pencil and wash]: Not published?; Various sizes. Note: 2 drawings: Couple on picnic dream of being young and nude in a pastoral setting. NP078. Aging/Nudists.



Box NP073 The Snoop

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]: Not published?; 15 x 11 in. Note: Writer at typewriter looking through key hole. NP073. Authors/Journalists/Gossip.


Publication Unknown



Box PU001 Hippies blowing pot smoke in adults faces.

[Charcoal pencil and wash]: Publication unknown; 10 Oct 1968; 13.5 x 9 in. PU001. Generation gap.



Box PU002 Favorite patients

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon spread:: Publication ) unknown; Various sizes. Note: 5 of 6 drawings, with tear sheets. PU002. Doctors/Health.



Box PU003 Happily ever after?

[Charcoal pencil and wash]: Publication unknown; 13.5 x 16.5 in. Note: With a printed version. PU003. Husbands and wives



Box PU004 Lest you forget

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]: Publication unknown; Various sizes. Note: 4 drawings. PU 004. Businessmen/Doctors/Aging.



Box PU005 The Waiting Game

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]: Publication unknown; Various sizes. Note: Three drawings: l)people in queue, 2) man in car plays violin, with tear sheets. PU005. Automobiles/New York City



Box PU006 We got to his aid in time

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Illustration for: Pushed to the brink of the Arctic and beyond: Publication unknown; ) 18.5 x 23. Note: Published without the caption. PU006. Sports—Fishing/Sports-- Boating.


1991 Additions



Box AR018.1 My wife just had a great idea; why don't you build up there instead, so we can catch the morning sun?

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: Architectural Record; Jan 1985; 15.5 x 12.75 in. AR 018.1. Architecture/Husbands and wives.



Box AR021.1 Terrific! Love the ambience! Love the graphics.

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: Architectural Record; May 1986; 16.75 x 12.5 in. Note: The Blue Mosque. AR 021.1. Architecture/Tourists.



Box NY004 Man enters a garden to read.

[Pastel]. Cover proposal for: The New Yorker, n.d.; Various sizes. Note: Two versions. NY 004. Gardening.



Box NY042.1 Woman with carrots in horse barn.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover proposal for: The New Yorker; n.d.; 13.75 x 9.5 in. NY 042.1. Horses/Sports-Horseback riding.



Box NY042.2 Polo players.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover proposal for: The New Yorker: Unpublished; n.d.; 17 x 11.5 in. NY 042.2. Sports—Polo.



Box NY042.3 Policeman on horseback with walkie-talkie.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover proposal for: The New Yorker; n.d.; 16.75 x 13 in. NY 042.3. New York City/Police/Horses.



Box NY054.1 Marcelline, there's something I must tell you. I'm only here on a 14-to-21 day excursion plan

[Charcoal, pen, ink and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 5 Sep 1964; 17 x 21 in. NY 054.1. Relationships/Tourists/Italy



Box NY070.1 Picnic, Burgogne

[Charcoal pencil and wash]: Not published?; c 1976?; 14 x 11 in. NP 070.1. France/Food/Picnics/Families.



Box NY125.1 Woman in beautiful garden in June.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover proposal for: The New Yorker, 1973; 17 x 14 in. NY 125.1. Seasons-Spring/Seasons-Summer/Gardening.



Box NY125.2 People with New York Times on Nantucket.

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover for: The New Yorker; 1973; 16.5 x 13.5 in. NY 125.2.



Box NY125.3 Sheep crossing a darkened Wall Street.

[Pastel]. Cover for: The New Yorker; 1973; 15 x 11 in. NY 125.3. Money/New York City/Wall Street.



Box NY149.1 Apartment 6-B, 310 West Sixty-eighth Street, New York. Zip Code 10023. 212-695- 9445.

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 16 Aug 1974; 15.5 x 12.25 in. NY 149.1. Teenagers/Relationships.



Box NY210.1 Of course, honesty is one of the better policies

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker, 25 May 1981; 12.25 x 14.75 in. NY 210.1. Businessmen.



Box NY234 Couple in gazebo with pug.

[Pen, ink, and watercolor]. Cover proposal for: The New Yorker; 1983; Various sizes. Note: Two versions. NY 234. Husbands and wives/Pets—dogs



Box NY269.1 Sheep. Took picture as a group.

[Charcoal pencil and wash]. Cartoon in: The New Yorker; 6 May 1985; Various sizes. Note: Two versions. NY 269.1. Photography/Tourists.



Box TI002 Pen attacks castle while TV crew watches

[Charcoal pencil and watercolor]. Cover proposal for: Time Magazine: Not published; 1977; 16.5 x 13.75 in. TI002. Reporters/Television.


1993 Additions



Box NY064.1 Couples in Venetian gondola.

[Charcoal and pastel]. Cover version for: The New Yorker. 1966. 17 x 11.75 in. NY 064.1. Tourists/Husbands and Wives



Box GO001.1 Desserts in restaurant.

[Charcoal and penj. Illustration for: Gourmet Magazine, c 1977. 14 x 16.5 in. GO 001.1. Food/France/Tourists/Restaurants



Box GO001.2 Untitled.

[Charcoal, pen and ink]. Illustration for: Gourmet Magazine, c 1977. 1: 10 x 11 in. 2: 8.25 x 12 in. Note: 1. Schoolgirls, south of France 2. Priest and dog walkers. . GO 001.2 . Children/France/Clergy



Box GO001.3 Henry's Restaurant St-Paul-de-Vence.

[Charcoal and pencil]. Illustration for: Gourmet Magazine, c 1977. 13.5 x 9.5 in. . GO 001.3. / Restaurants/France



Box GO001.4 Boulangerie St. Pauloise St-Paul-de-Vence.

[Charcoal]. Illustration for: Gourmet Magazine, c 1977. 11 x 9 in. GO 001.4. Food/France



Box GO001.5 Picnic, St-Paul-de-Vence.

[Charcoal]. Illustration for: Gourmet Magazine, c 1977. 11 x 13.75 in. GO 001.5. Picnics/France



Box GO001.6 Tuesday Market, St-Paul-de-Vence.

[Charcoal]. Illustration for: Gourmet Magazine, c 1977. 10 x 13 in. GO 001.6. Shopping/Food/France



Box FA001 Children and counselors in camp doing activities.

[Charcoal, pencil, and watercolor]. Illustration for: Families Magazine, n.d. 8.215 x 23 in. FA 1. Children



Box NP079 Storm over mountain town, France

[Charcoal]. Not published, 8.75 x 11 in. NP 079. France.



Box NP080 Trees.

[Charcoal]. Not published, c 1977. 9 x 10.25 in. NP 080. Nature



Box MISC000.1 Priests at board meeting.

[Watercolor and charcoal]. Cover illustration for: Smith, Charles Merrill. The Pearly Gates Syndicate. Garden City, N.Y.:Doubleday, 1971. 12 x 9.75 in. MISC 000.1. Clergy/Businessmen



Box NY298.1 Untitled.

[Charcoal and pastel]. Cover proposal: The New Yorker, c 1987. 16.75 x 11.75 in . NY 298.1. Cocktail parties/Photography



Box NP081 Beartooth Pass, Shoshone National Forest, Montana.

[Charcoal and ink]. Not published?, n.d. 14 x 15.5 in. NP081.



Box NP082 Camel laden (with fruit and vases) led by Santa's elf.

[Watercolor and charcoal]. Possible proposal for a greeting card?: n.d. 16.5 x 12.5. NP 082. Holidays—Christmas



Box MISC026.1 Au Vieux Carre

[Lithograph]. Artist's proof, signed: Original Print Collectors, 1983. 16.75 x 13.75. MISC 026.1. New Orleans/Restaurants/Vacations



Box NY318.1 Days of Tender Passion.

[Pen and ink]. Cartoon spread in: The New Yorker. 22 Feb 1988. Various. Note: 8 drawings mounted with text on 6 boards (of which 6 were published in the spread): 1. Noble brother... 2. Perchance you have a sister, sir... 3. Shrine of the gods...4. On speeds my courser... 5. Weeping love, thy days are o'er... 6. Hail! To the sturdy aretisan... 7. List thou warblish bird!... 8. Bethink thee, mariner, well of the past... . NY 318.1. Poetry