Soviet (Polish-born) administrator 1st Soviet finance minister..
US juvenile author, illustrator, and poet wrote and illustrated fable "The Giving Tree" 1964, poetry collections "Where the Sidewalk Ends" 1974, "A Light in the Attic" 1981, "Falling Up&..
1914 – Born on October 17th in Cleveland, Ohio. The co-creator of Superman and comic book writer who, with his artist partner, Joe Shuster. 1933 – Together with schoolmate Joe Shuster, Siegel published several science-fiction magazines and they came up with their own science-fiction hero – Superman. 1938 – With his artist partner, Joe Shuster, ..
US cartoonist created comic strip "Peanuts" 1950-2000 (orig. "Li'l Folks") co-wrote memoir "Charlie Brown, Snoopy and Me&..
1901 – Born on June 9th in Coytesville, New Jersey. American cartoonist whose work, characterized by witty, imaginative drawing and brief, often one-line captions, helped to modernize the magazine cartoon. 1920 – As a young man Price did odd jobs in printing offices and did freelance illustrations. He was active in advertising art. Much of ..
1857 – Born on the 2nd of January. 1871 – At 14, he dropped out of public school to work for the local paper, the (seemingly now defunct) Madison Gazette. 1873 – At 16, moved to New York City where he worked in a store and continued to draw. 1876 – His first cartoon was ..
1840 – Born on the 27th of September in Landau, Germany. 1860 – He went to England for the New York Illustrated News. 1862 – He worked his first caricature, the cartoon "Peace". 1873 – He toured the United States as lecturer and sketch-artist. 1890 – He published Thomas Nast’s Christmas Drawings for the Human ..
1938 – Russell Myers, born in Pittsburg, Kansas, and raised in Oklahoma. He is an American cartoonist. 1970 – Best known for his newspaper comic strip Broom-Hilda, originally came from writer Elliott Caplin, brother of cartoonist Al Capp, who described the character to him. 1975 – He received the National Cartoonist Society Best Humor Strip ..
1906 – Born on April 11th in South Bend, Indiana. American cartoonist and creator of the character Brenda Starr. – Born as Dalia Messick, Dale changed her name due to bias in the comic industry. 1930 – Dale based Brenda’s name off of a debutante and the appearance of Brenda was based on ..
1884 – Born in St. Louis, Missouri on the 23rd of January. 1905 – He created his first comic strip but in 1905 he left his hometown to accept a job in New York City with the prestigious New York World newspaper. 1913 – His comic strip would be syndicated internationally by King Features Syndicate, ..