Editor and Cartoonist Review the Army of Contributors
Ink drawing published in Good Morning (New York). Young and Ellis Jones, a former associate editor of Life magazine, founded Good Morning, a socialist humor magazine, in 1919. Jones and Young ran the magazine on a “shoe string” budget, and probably would not have been able to pay the armies contributors shown in this cartoon. The magazine lasted for less than two years, and often repeated cartoons used in earlier editions and reused cartoons that first appeared in other publications.
Young, Art, 1866-1943
From the collection of Anthony J. Mourek
Loyola University Chicago Archives & Special Collections
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17 x 10.5 in.