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|Size||Approximately 60 items|
|Abstract||White editorial cartoonist Jeff MacNelly (1947-2000) was the three-time Pulitzer Prize-winning creator of the comic strip Shoe. The collection contains approximately 60 oversize ink drawings on paper of political cartoons created by MacNelly between 1970 and 1973 for the Richmond News Leader, the Chicago Tribune, and the Chapel Hill Weekly.|
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Jeff MacNelly (1947-2000) was born in New York City, raised in Cedarhurst on Long Island. He attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he worked on The Daily Tar Heel for Jim Shumaker, for whom he named his comic strip, Shoe. He lived in Flint Hill, Va., and died in Baltimore, Md.Back to Top
The collection contains approximately 60 oversized ink drawings on paper of political cartoons created by Jeff MacNelly between 1970 and 1973 for the Richmond News Leader, the Chicago Tribune, and the Chapel Hill Weekly.Back to Top
Oversize Box OB-5775/1-2
Processed: May 2019
Encoded by: Laura SmithBack to Top