Title:[Edward L. G. Steele cartoon drawings]
San Francisco news letter
Creator/Contributor:Steele, Edward L. G., -1905, creator, artist.
Cartoons by Edward L. G. Steele, chiefly clippings from various print sources, also original ink drawings and watercolors.
Subject matter is broad, including much caricature and other forms of social and political commentary. Sources of clippings
include San Francisco News Letter and other periodicals, perhaps including the student humor magazine Josh (although no subjects
seem to pertain directly to U.C. Berkeley or Stanford).
Caricatures and cartoons -- California
College student newspapers and periodicals -- California -- Berkeley
Title devised by cataloger.
Artist's signature appears on most works: Steele, or E.L.G. Steele, Jr.
Edward L. G. Steele cartoon drawings, BANC PIC 2014.222, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.
Purchase ; from Marc Selvaggio ; 2014.
Edward L.G. Steele, Jr. (died 1905), University of California, Berkeley, Class of 1898, was a cartoonist and opera librettist.
He was also editor-in-chief of the student humor magazine, Josh, co-published by U.C. Berkeley and Stanford University from
1895 to 1897.
Transferred from The viceroy, or, The happy city of Fuhchau-Fu : a comic opera in three acts (BANC MSS 2013/79).
approximately 135 items in 5 folders : prints, ink drawings and watercolors ; sheets 27 x 21 cm or smaller
BANC PIC 2014.222--PIC
BANC PIC 2014.222