Title: Carl Ed

Description: Autographed portrait of cartoonist Carl Ed. Autograph reads: "To Joe Sanders- One swell musician - and one grand guy - 1936 - Carl Ed." Ed was the creator of the teen comic strip first called "Seventeen" and later renamed "Harold Teen", working for the Chicago Tribune. Above his autograph is a drawing of the head of a man.

Date: 1936

Item Type: Photograph, b/w,11 in. x 14 in.

Collection: Joe Sanders Collection
See finding aid: http://www.kchistory.org/u?/Local,37155

Notes: Included with the photo is a letter to Joe Sanders from Carl Ed. It reads:

"June 25 -

Dear Joe,

After many delays the picture arrives. I wanted you to have this one, the latest.

Also, Joe, I consider it a distinct honor to be included in your request list, as I know your gallery will include many nationally known celebrities.

With your varied talents and your dynamic personality will carry you on to greater and continued success.

Most cordially, Carl Ed

Location: SC1-1, Box 4, Signed Celebrities (Oversize), #6

Subject: Cartoonists; Comics;

Local Subject: Sanders, Joe;Ed, Carl;

Digital Format: jpeg

Barcode: 10017176

Repository: Missouri Valley Special Collections, Kansas City Public Library, Kansas City, Missouri

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