Cartoon Collection of Hy Rosen
|Title:||Cartoon Collection of Hy Rosen|
|Call Number:||MS 90-19|
|Size:||1.5 linear feet|
|Processed by:||Staff, circa 1990|
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The cartoon collection of Hy Rosen was originally submitted to The Albany Times-Union in Albany, New York as editorial cartoons. The cartoon collection includes cartoons from 1970 to 1973.
Hy Rosen was born in Albany, New York on February 10, 1923. He studied at the Chicago Art Institute and the Art Students League. In 1966 Rosen was a journalism fellow at Stanford University and studied at the State University of New York at Albany. He was influence by Jerry Costello and Duncan Macpherson. Rosen first worked for his hometown paper, the Albany Times-Union in 1945. He is known for his caricature style and the use of mixed media. Rosen has won top Freedoms Foundation awards in 1950, 1955, and 1960.
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