Reid, Albert Turner, 1873-1955
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Albert T. Reid, born in Concordia, Kansas, is best known for his work in editorial cartoons in the early 20th century. He also worked as a painter and a teacher of art throughout his life. This collection consists of materials relating to Reid's donation to the Garnett Public Library.
This collection consists of cartoons collected by the William Allen White School of Journalism at the University of Kansas, as started by a donation from Kansas-born cartoonist Albert T. Reid. The collection also includes records regarding the acquisition of the collection, as well as a few scattered personal records from Reid.
This collection contains a large amount of correspondence spanning Albert T. Reid's career as cartoonist and artist. There is also a substantial amount of original sketches and drawings--including both cartoons and later work--along with print versions of his art. The remainder of the collection includes various clippings and pamphlets, reference materials for his art, and examples of art from friends and other artists.
This collection of papers and photographs from cartoonist and artist Albert T. Reid includes personal and professional correspondence, manuscripts, drawings and notes, newspaper clippings, and reference materials used as sources for Reid's work, as well as photographs and reproductions of Reid's work.
Illustrated letters from Albert T. Reid to his grandson Leonard, whom he sometimes called Lenno. Also contains photographs, news clippings, and other related materials.
This group of collected material contains photocopies of correspondence among Albert T. Reid, Charles Hanger, and Dwight Eisenhower regarding the creation of an Eisenhower monument in Abilene, Kansas, as well a reproductions of awards and recognitions bestowed on Dwight Eisenhower.
This collection largely consists of pen and ink, pencil, and watercolor sketches created by artist and cartoonist Albert T. Reid, originally from Clyde County, Kansas. The collection also includes some newspaper clippings, music scores, and other items gathered by Osey Gail (French) Peterson when she was a Kansas-based reporter writing about Reid and his works.
Albert T. Reid, born in Concordia, Kansas, is best known for his work in editorial cartoons in the early 20th century. He also worked as a painter and a teacher of art throughout his life. This collection primarily contains correspondence of his and reproductions of his cartoons and other art, along with various other materials relating to him.