The King & Us Paul Conrad Signed Political, White House Transcript Richard Nixon
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The King & Us Paul Conrad Signed Political, White House Transcript Richard Nixon:
TITLE: The King And Us, Editorial Cartoons By Conrad
AUTHOR: Paul Conrad (1924-2010)
PUBLISHER: Clymer Publications, Los Angeles, California
SIGNED by Paul Conrad, First Edition, second printing, hardcover with jacket, dark blue boards with white lettering on front and spine, pictorial dust jacket, dimensions 7" X 8 1/4", 215 pages. "History In Perspective ByA Two-Time Pulitzer Prize Winner. Editorial Cartoons By Conrad, With White House Transcript Exerpts By Richard M. Nixon." Book features political cartoons of President Nixon and Watergate. Edited By Les Guthman. History, political, Watergate, scandal, cartoon.
Paul Francis Conrad was an American political cartoonist from Cedar Rapids, Iowa. He was chief editorial cartoonist for the Los Angeles Times from 1964 to 1993 and had been syndicated to hundreds of newspapers worldwide. Conrad drew numerous cartoons about Richard Nixon's downfall. One cartoon showed Nixon, during his last days as president, nailing himself to a cross. Another example, the Los Angeles Times refused to run. Just prior to the vote to impeach President Nixon, Conrad drew the president in only a pair of tight fitting underwear, with the caption "The Last Nixon Supporter in Washington." He was also named in Richard Nixon's enemy list. In 1973. Conrad wrote several books and his work is in the permanent exhibition of the United States Library of Congress. He earned the Pulitzer Prize for editorial cartooning in 1964, 1971 and 1984. Conrad has also won two Overseas Press Club awards (1981 and 1970) and in 1988, the Society of Professional Journalists/Sigma Delta Chi (SDX) honored him with his seventh Distinguished Service Award for Editorial Cartooning. (wikipedia.org)
Signed and inscribed on front fly page by Paul Conrad to his mother on her birthday. Inscription reads: "For Mom- Thanks again for the cartoon idea- Terry has yet to come up with one! Happy Birthday. All the Best Paul Conrad 1/29/75". Dust jacket is very good. Shows moderate edgewear at top of jacket with a 5/8" and a 1/4" tear on back and a 1/4" chip at spine head. Jacket is price clipped. Book is in near fine condition except anewspaper clipping of a Conrad cartoon is tipped onto the inside front cover and shows some color offset to the signature page. Conrad's note suggests that the tip in cartoon is the idea that his mother gave him. (see photos)
illustrator, cartoonist, political satire, impeach, cover up, watergate tapes