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  Manuscript Register

PAPERS OF JAY NORWOOD ("DING") DARLING

COLLIER'S ILLUSTRATIONS

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Collier's. Arranged chronologically by year and alphabetically within year. Most of these are photocopies, but we do have originals for some. Those followed by an "O" we have originals for.

1916
To accompany Allen, Henry J. "How the Middle West Feels." The necessary fourth wheel. Also, The donkey looks more like the elephant every day. Accompanies "How the Middle West Feels." April 15, 1916
1918

To accompany Forman, Henry James. "Mr. McAdoo Speaks." March 9, 1918. O

To accompany Sullivan, Mark. "Wake Up!" March 2, 1918.
O

To accompany Sullivan, Mark. "Was Baker Right?" March 23, 1918. O

To accompany Sullivan, Mark. "Work or Fight: What the New Draft Must Accomplish." September 7, 1918, pp. ?, 14, 21.

1920

To accompany Western Electric Company ad. December 4, 1920. O

1929

To accompany "Wake Up the Tariff Dodoes." August 24, 1929, p. 58

1930

To accompany "We Put Our Heads Together." January 18, 1930, p. 66.

1932

To accompany "The Bright-Faced Future." October 1, 1932, p. 50

To accompany Coolidge, Calvin." Everyman's Property." July 23, 1932, pp. 7 -- 9

To accompany "Clear the Track!" October 6, 1932, p. 50

To accompany "France, Top Dog." March 26, 1932, pp. 24, 52 -- 54

To accompany "No Phony Dollars." December 31, 1932, p. 42

To accompany "Now Get Going." March 19, 1932, p. 50

To accompany "Polishing up the Cross of Gold." September 24, 1932, pp. 12 -- 13, 46, 48

To accompany "Taking Allowances." August 20, 1932, pp. 12 -- 13, 46 -- 47

To accompany "Tell Them What You Want." October 22, [1932?], p. 50

To accompany "You can avoid Taxes." October 22, 1932, pp. 12 -- 13, 42

1933

To accompany "Don't Drop Your Guard." December 2, 1933, p. 50

To accompany "Goodby and Good Luck." March 11, 1933, p. 62

To accompany "If You Know a Better Bird --." December 16, 1933

To accompany Flynn, John T. "Other People's Money." September 30, 1922, pp. 12 -- 13, 30

To accompany "Pay for Prosperity." July 15, 1933, p. 50

To accompany "The Poor Ye Have." October 21, 1933, p. 54

To accompany "Remove the Last Doubt." October 28, 1933, p.54

To accompany "Round Up the Laggards and Cheats." September 2, 1933, p. 50

To accompany "The Tariff's Country Cousin." February 8, 1933, p. 50 (2 copies, 1 color)

To accompany "Time for Play." August 12, 1933, p. 50

1934

To accompany "1934 Gets a Good Start." January 6, 1934

To accompany "Fruits of the New Deal." March 3, 1934

To accompany Reynolds, Quentin. "The Great Duck Famine."

To accompany "It's Your Money." January 27, 1934

 

 

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