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Showing in pencil form what was on the artist’s mind, the two page Cartoon Capers often were an illustrated Letter to the Editor.
Artists: Pete Chanin, Lawrence Nordstrom, Lawrence Maye, Garnet Sleep, Donald Zieg, Glenn Troelstrup, Chris Kenyon, Charles Earp, Frank Miller.
Source: Stars and Stripes Pacific edition – June 10, 1952

Showing in pencil form what was on the artist’s mind, the two page Cartoon Capers often were an illustrated Letter to the Editor. Artists: Pete Chanin, Lawrence Nordstrom, Lawrence Maye, Garnet Sleep, Donald Zieg, Glenn Troelstrup, Chris Kenyon, Charles Earp, Frank Miller. Source: Stars and Stripes Pacific edition – June 10, 1952 (Stars and Stripes)

Showing in pencil form what was on the artist’s mind, the two page Cartoon Capers often were an illustrated Letter to the Editor.
Artists: Pete Chanin, Lawrence Nordstrom, Lawrence Maye, Garnet Sleep, Donald Zieg, Glenn Troelstrup, Chris Kenyon, Charles Earp, Frank Miller.
Source: Stars and Stripes Pacific edition – June 10, 1952

Showing in pencil form what was on the artist’s mind, the two page Cartoon Capers often were an illustrated Letter to the Editor. Artists: Pete Chanin, Lawrence Nordstrom, Lawrence Maye, Garnet Sleep, Donald Zieg, Glenn Troelstrup, Chris Kenyon, Charles Earp, Frank Miller. Source: Stars and Stripes Pacific edition – June 10, 1952 (Stars and Stripes)

Stars and Stripes did not just publish material from staff artists. Throughout the decades, many of the drawings, cartoons and comics came straight from the trenches, jungles and mountain sides of the front lines. The Korean War proved especially fruitful and the Pacific Stars and Stripes editors often published several in a recurring feature called “Cartoon Capers.” In 1955, the editors ran a selection of them, asking for submissions for future pages.
Source: Stars and Stripes Pacific edition – September 1, 1955

Stars and Stripes did not just publish material from staff artists. Throughout the decades, many of the drawings, cartoons and comics came straight from the trenches, jungles and mountain sides of the front lines. The Korean War proved especially fruitful and the Pacific Stars and Stripes editors often published several in a recurring feature called “Cartoon Capers.” In 1955, the editors ran a selection of them, asking for submissions for future pages. Source: Stars and Stripes Pacific edition – September 1, 1955 (Stars and Stripes)

To explore more of Stars and Stripes’ cartoons, comics and drawings, go to http://starsandstripes.newspaperarchive.com  Our online archive contains both the European and the Pacific editions from 1948-1999 and is fully searchable. 
Artists: Stanley Hunt, M.T. Anderson, Ray T. Wilson, Kenny Hovis, Frank Miller, D. Czack, and Schmitt [no first name given].
Source: Stars and Stripes Pacific edition – October 24, 1952

To explore more of Stars and Stripes’ cartoons, comics and drawings, go to http://starsandstripes.newspaperarchive.com Our online archive contains both the European and the Pacific editions from 1948-1999 and is fully searchable. Artists: Stanley Hunt, M.T. Anderson, Ray T. Wilson, Kenny Hovis, Frank Miller, D. Czack, and Schmitt [no first name given]. Source: Stars and Stripes Pacific edition – October 24, 1952 (Stars and Stripes)

Stars and Stripes did not just publish material from staff artists. Throughout the decades, many of the drawings, cartoons and comics came straight from the trenches, jungles and mountain sides of the front lines. The Korean War proved especially fruitful and the Pacific Stars and Stripes editors often published several in a recurring feature called “Cartoon Capers.” In 1955, the editors ran a selection of them, asking for submissions for future pages.

To explore more of Stars and Stripes’ cartoons, comics and drawings, go to http://starsandstripes.newspaperarchive.com Our online archive contains both the European and the Pacific editions from 1948-1999 and is fully searchable.


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