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  • Collection Data
    Abstract
    This digital collection consists of 197 of George White's editorial political cartoons published in the Tampa Morning Tribune from the 1940s to the 1960s. Topics include World War Two, national politics, Florida politics, and Tampa culture. (Summary)
    Genre
    Cartoons (Humor) (lcgft)
    Cartoons (Humor) (lcgft)
    Resource Identifier
    036287924 (ALEPH)
    1046657646 (OCLC)
    WHITECARTOONS (USFLDC AGGCODE)
    036287924
    Language
    English
    Creator
    University of South Florida Libraries -- Digital Collections
    Note
    George Robert White was born in Grand Rapids, Michigan in 1901 and relocated to Tampa with this family in 1915. After completing a correspondence course in drawing, White studied art under Tampa artist Walter Collins. He started as a commercial artist at the Tampa Morning Tribune in 1928 and by 1934 was a regular cartoonist at the Tribune. His cartoons were featured on the front page and became a staple of the paper until his death on March 7, 1964. In 1943, a compilation of his World War Two cartoons were compiled and edited by Byron S. Stephens in a book entitled, The War in Black With White.
    Physical Description
    1 online resource : illustrations ;
    Type
    Photograph
    Subjects / Keywords
    Political cartoons (lcsh)
    Title
    George White Political Cartoons
    Format
    Photograph
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George White Political Cartoons

This digital collection consists of 197 of George White's editorial political cartoons published in the Tampa Morning Tribune from the 1940s to the 1960s. Topics include World War Two, national politics, Florida politics, and Tampa culture.

George Robert White was born in Grand Rapids, Michigan in 1901 and relocated to Tampa with this family in 1915. After completing a correspondence course in drawing, White studied art under Tampa artist Walter Collins. He started as a commercial artist at the Tampa Morning Tribune in 1928 and by 1934 was a regular cartoonist at the Tribune. His cartoons were featured on the front page and became a staple of the paper until his death on March 7, 1964. In 1943, a compilation of his World War Two cartoons were compiled and edited by Byron S. Stephens in a book entitled, The War in Black With White.

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