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[Comics with Criticisms]

Description: Cartoons drawn by Roy Crane, Jr., depicting a farm scene, a street scene, and a scene inside a small house, with notes and criticisms handwritten around the drawings.
Date: [1915, 1916]
Creator: Crane, Roy, Jr.
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Elks in Dallas Number Three]

Description: Postcard of a comic, titled "Elks in Dallas Number Three", depicting a man, wearing a ribbon that reads "I am an elk", walking with two women. A speech bubble above another woman to the left reads, "Gee! Don't I wish I was wid [sic] him!"
Date: unknown
Partner: Dallas Heritage Village

At the Athletic Club

Description: Newspaper clipping of a political cartoon by Herbert Johnson depicting two men in the dressing room of an athletic club, getting dressed in clothes held together by safety pins and nails. The man on the left asks the other man, "Your Wife Doing Any Knitting For Soldiers?" The other man answers, "Yep!"
Date: [1900..]
Creator: Johnson, Herbert
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

S'Matter Pop! Cartoons

Description: A booklet of S'Matter Pop! comic strips by C. M. Payne, with an illustration of the comic's characters by Roy Crane, Jr. on the front cover.
Date: 19uu
Creator: Payne, Charles M.
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Clippings about Cartoon Artist Roy Crane]

Description: Two clippings of articles about cartoon artist Roy Crane, Jr., his background, career, and a story about a sea storm he experienced. Both articles include a photograph of Crane and the clipping on the left has small cartoon drawings by Crane.
Date: April 11, 1924
Creator: Newspaper Enterprise Association
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

[Letter from Charles N. Landon to Roy Crane Jr.]

Description: Letter from cartoonist Mr. Charles N. Landon to Roy Crane, Jr., returning caricatures of people in active poses, including a German military man and a dancing skeleton, that Crane sent to him, with Landon's criticisms handwritten around the drawings.
Date: [1915, 1916]
Creator: Landon, Charles N. & Crane, Roy, Jr.
Partner: Hardin-Simmons University Library

Barron Field Review

Description: Book documenting the history of Barron Field, a military airfield established in 1917 near Fort Worth, Texas. It includes a list of all of the departments, personnel, and activities at the airfield.
Date: 1919~
Partner: Fort Worth Aviation Museum