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    Burris Jenkins Jr. Editorial Illustration (The New York Journal, 1945). This cartoon was drawn for the flagship of the Hearst newspaper chain, The New York Journal, in the closing days of World War II. The Figure of Journalism gets teletype messages about the deaths of legendary war correspondent Ernie Pyle and Hearst chief Joseph Connolly, in this masterful editorial illustration. Crayon on coquille board, the art measures 10" x 12". Some edge wear and paper tanning; otherwise the work is in Good condition.

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2008
    13th-15th Thursday-Saturday
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