S.J. Ray

S.J. Ray, Kansas City Star (1891 – 1970) Born near Marceline, MO, Ray was a student at the Art Students League of New York and was a World War I veteran.  He joined the Kansas City Star in 1915 as an advertising illustrator and became the Star’s editorial cartoonist in 1931. He served in that post until retirement in 1963, drawing an estimated 10,000 cartoons.  He received honors from the U.S. Treasury Dept. for his cartoons during World War II in behalf of the National War Savings Program.

 

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