(via Yesterday’s Papers: Harry Murphy)

Not much is known about Harry Murphy except that he was the first editorial cartoonist for the Morning Oregonian. During WWI he was employed by Hearst’s Chicago Examiner on the editorial pages.

(via Yesterday’s Papers: Harry Murphy)

Not much is known about Harry Murphy except that he was the first editorial cartoonist for the Morning Oregonian. During WWI he was employed by Hearst’s Chicago Examiner on the editorial pages.

(via Yesterday’s Papers: Sorrows of Satan)

Frederick B. Opper's Sorrows of Satan editorial cartoons in the Chicago Examiner were based on D. W. Griffith’s film adaptation of the novel The Sorrows of Satan by Marie Corelli.

(via Yesterday’s Papers: Sorrows of Satan)

Frederick B. Opper's Sorrows of Satan editorial cartoons in the Chicago Examiner were based on D. W. Griffith’s film adaptation of the novel The Sorrows of Satan by Marie Corelli.