Edmond Duffy

Edmund Duffy, Baltimore Sun (1899 – 1962) From Jersey City, NJ, Duffy made his name as an editorial cartoonist for The Baltimore Sun. He joined the paper in 1924 and received high praise from H.L. Mencken, with whom he worked on the Scopes Trial. He was among the first white cartoonists to attack the Ku Klux Klan and lynching.  He won the Pulitizer Prize for Editorial Cartooning three times from 1931 to 1940.

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