Caricatures and cartoons -- Tennessee -- Knoxville.
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract This collection consists of over 20,000 original cartoons drawn by Charlie Daniel during his career as the editorial cartoonist at the Knoxville Journal (from 1958) and the Knoxville News-Sentinel (from 1992). In these cartoons, Daniel has offered comments upon life in general and politics in particular, through a cast of characters that includes – in addition to real people – Rosie the diner cook, Elmo Smidlap the everyman, and someone who looks remarkably like the artist himself. The...
Abstract This collection consists primarily of several dozen anonymous illustrations pasted onto cardboard squares. Most of these images are composed of cutout portrait heads pasted onto colorful cartoon bodies. Many of these cards are numbered and include names. These names may indicate the identities of the person(s) shown, who are most likely affiliated with the Knoxville Academy of Medicine. A few of the cards were made by pasting entire cartoons onto cardboard. The collection also includes...
Dates: circa 1915
This collection consists of one illustrated comic letter about Tennessee.
Abstract This collection consists of items concerning the University of Tennessee's participation in the General Electric College Quiz Bowl in 1962 that took place in New York City. The papers pertain to the selection of the four team members, practice questions, quiz rules, correspondence, photographs, and newspaper clippings about the team. The collection also consists of six audio recordings of the game from 1962 and two undated cartoons drawn by Knoxville News Sentinel cartoonist Bill Dyer,...
Dates: 1959-1965 April 1; Majority of material found in 1962 - 1962