The Press: Cartoonists In Chicago

Twanging, one-eyed Cartoonist Carey Cassius Orr left the Nashville Tennessean 19 years ago to join the Chicago Tribune as No. 2 cartoonist. First draughtsman of the Tribune then as now was John Tinney McCutcheon. Fortnight ago the Tribune again raided the Tennessean for an artist. It was announced that to the Chicago paper on Aug. 1 would go 30-year-old Joseph Parrish, whose work Cartoonist Orr and Tribune Publisher Robert Rutherford McCormick had been quietly admiring. Packing up in Nashville, Democratic Cartoonist Joe Parrish drawled: "Now I reckon I'll have to learn how...

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