Category : Jim Ivey’s Photo Album
3745 Canterbury Ln #81
Bellingham WA 98225-1186
To be safe you might mention that you wish to start your sub with the first Ivey issue, but it is the current issue as this is written. And Snyder’s publication is well worth the small price, as it features all sorts of really interesting material from all genres and phases of cartooning history. Highly recommended.
More from Jim Ivey’s photo album:
Mrs. Bill Crooks and Mrs. Leslie Turner abandoned at the Cartoon Museum in 1968. Off commiserating in the corner are Jim, Frank King, Dick Moores, Les Turner and the ladies’ husbands.
Jim Ivey has an audience with one of his idols, Rube Goldberg (the dapper gent in the center) in 1961. Also basking in the Goldberg presence are Tack Knight and Bert Whitman. Bert is the fellow on the right, who need never worry about anyone making fun of his plaid jacket.
Jim on his last day at the Washington Star, 1953. He’s off to St. Petersburg to become editorial cartoonist of the Times.
Ralph Dunagin has a very unexpected fan encounter at Orlandocon 1977 — the kid in the Spider-man shirt has brought a selection of Dunagin’s People cartoons for him to autograph. Edmund Good, right, wonders where the Scorchy Smith fans are all hiding.
Roy Crane makes a book-signing appearance at the grand reopening of the Cartoon Museum in 1974 (it moved from Madeira Beach to the Crealde Art Center in Winter Park). Crane is making some time with a gorgerous babe until…
…the lady sees Jim’s sonic boom of a jacket and the mood is ruined.
More photos from Jim’s scrapbook:
Fred Lasswell presents Ivey with the National Cartoonist Society Silver T-Square Award. Ivey supplies his own captions for the dignified ceremony.