The Landon School of Cartooning

Yipes! I found out that Taro was studying cartooning via the Landon school, a well known correspondence art school. Continue reading The Landon School of Cartooning

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J.S. Ogilvie Publisher

From the Cambridge Tribune, No. 42, 14 December 1907
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J. S. Ogilvie Publishing Co.

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Dehoarding: Japanese American and Asian 1960s Ephemera First Lot

These photos show a portion of the material in this group of documents. There is a cartoon book, a pack of Ainu postcards, several Japanese American newspapers, clippings, civic publications from different Asian countries, and a Little Tokyo business map. All 1960s. This isn’t yet listed for auction. Contact johnk@riceball.com if you want to purchase it or pay to have it sent to some archive.