Rollin Kirby

Rollin Kirby, New York Post, New York Times (1875 – 1952) – Born in Galva, IL, studied art in New York and Paris before working as a cartoonist for the New York Mail, New York World and New York Post. He was considered one of America’s leading political cartoonists after World War I and won Pulitzer Prizes for cartooning in 1921, 1924 and 1928.

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  1. ann says:

    I have one of his drawings about mayor jimmy walker about going to gate of heaven but , gates close at 5oclock its funny. can you tell me an guestimate price of his atr 702-524-5939 im in Las Vegas,Nevada

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