Happy Thanksgiving everyone! I went back through our vast, PoliticalCartoons.com archives to find my favorite oldies about the First Thanksgiving. Enjoy!
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The first one is by the late, great, Mike Lane, the former Baltimore Sun cartoonist who was one of the founding cartoonists in our group when I started the CagleCartoons syndicate nearly 20 years ago. I miss Mike.
This one is by Jeff Parker, the former editorial cartoonist for Florida Today. Jeff retired from editorial cartooning to draw the “Dustin” comic strip with Steve Kelley. We miss Jeff!
This one is by Bill Schorr, former cartoonist for The New York Daily News, The Kansas City Star and The Los Angeles Herald-Examiner. Bill retired and we miss Bill too!
The next three are by the great Dave Fitzsimmons, the cartoonist for The Arizona Daily Star.
The next two are from Bob Englehart, the former cartoonist for the Hartford Courant in Connecticut, who still draws for us and is very popular.
These two are by Rick McKee, the former cartoonist for The Augusta Chronicle in Georgia, who thankfully hasn’t retired. Rick also draws the classic comic panel “Pluggers” and a new comic strip, “Mt. Pleasant”.
This one is by the great John Darkow who draws for The Columbian Missourian and used to draw for The Columbia Daily Tribune.
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