The Press: Three Cartoonists

The late great Publisher Joseph Pulitzer's three great cartoonists have all stuck to their earnest convictions. One of them, poker-playing Daniel Fitzpatrick, lean, well-paid and determinedly independent, is still a mainstay of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch and one of the foremost men in his profession. Another, Robert Minor, has long since laid down his charcoal to follow his beliefs into another profession (he is a member of the political committee of the Communist Party in the U.S.). The third, Rollin Kirby, once the best-known of the three, last week quit his job.

Rollin Kirby, thrice winner of the Pulitzer Prize, noted ornament...

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