(CRIME) MCCUTCHEON, JOHN TINNEY A group of six original pen and ink illustrations for The Chicago Tribune on the theme of crime; circa 1926-1931. Largest dimensions being 53 x 36 cm., with minor variation between items; each of them signed.
Titled cartoons include: "The stockholder meeting" (copyright 1926), "The Commission will do a good job if they can pry this pair apart" (1926), "To be or not to be? That is the question" (1931), and "How to sober-up drunken joyriders." Together with a color page from the Chicago Sunday Tribune, May 27, 1917, on which McCutcheon's WWI cartoon "The colors" was reprinted.