Title:Frank Kettlewell, 1889-1969, political cartoon manuscript archive
Creator/Contributor:Kettlewell, Frank, creator, artist.
Creator/Contributor:Oakland Tribune, Inc
Original editorial cartoon drawings for the Oakland Tribune, chiefly pertaining to San Francisco Bay Area, California, United
States and international politics. A few predominant and/or noteworthy topics include World War I and associated war debts
and the peace process; China-Japan relations; the Mexican Revolution and United States-Mexico relations; politics of Cuba;
industry, economy, technology, military, weather, transportation and early space exploration; Albert Einstein; the stock market
crash of 1929; the Wright Brothers; and the planning of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge.
World politics -- Pictorial works
United States -- Politics and government -- Pictorial works
California -- Politics and government -- Pictorial works
San Francisco Bay Area (Calif.) -- Politics and government -- Pictorial works
Title printed on cover label of each box.
Many drawings signed with artist's nickname: "Ket".
Contained in 2 custom clamshell boxes as received.
Frank Kettlewell, 1889-1969, political cartoon manuscript archive, BANC PIC 2019.051, The Bancroft Library, University of
Purchase ; from Barry Ruderman Antique Maps ; 2019.
Frank Kettlewell was an editorial cartoonist for the Oakland Tribune from 1912 until his death in 1969. He was also known
for his map illustrations. His cartoon drawings regularly included a small bird in the image.
152 drawings in 2 boxes : pencil and ink on paper ; sheets 48 x 39 cm, boxes 56 x 49 cm
BANC PIC 2019.051--ffALB box 1
BANC PIC 2019.051--ffALB box 2
BANC PIC 2019.051