The King and Us. Third Printing January 1975. The copy was signed by the author Paul Conrad on 10/94.
Book signed by Paul Conrad, 1994.
In making public his celebrated White House transcripts, Richard M. Nixon unintentionally supplied an editorial accompaniment to the cartoons in this book. While Mr. Nixon has never met Paul Conrad, the former President has intensely "admired" his work - so much so that Conrad was awarded a place on the famous "Enemies List." The King and Us, Editorial Cartoons by Conrad, with White House transcript excerpts by Richard M. Nixon. Clymer Publications, Los Angeles, California, Third Printing January 1975.
The King and Us.
For decades, readers throughout the world have enjoyed the marvelous stories and illustrations of Dr. Seuss. But few knew his work as a political cartoonist during WWII.
Dr. Seuss Goes to War, The World War II Editorial Cartoons of Theodor Seuss Geistel. by Richard H. Minear. The New York Press, 1999.
I try to imagine how it must have felt to be a cartoonist during WW II: walking to the office through the bombed streets of your city, diving to cover as the air raid sirens sounded all around you, worrying about friends and loved ones as you listened to daily news from the front. CARTOONS of World War II, edited by Tony Husband, Arcturus Publishing Limited, 2013.