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    Seattle, WA
    Seattle Post-Intelligencer newspaper
    News department artists
    From left to right , Richard KIrsten, Ramon Collins. Seated, Stu Moldrem
    and Henry Roth.
    Late 1950s

    bballchico and MaryWit added this photo to their favorites.

    1. MaryWit 64 months ago | reply

      That's Ray??? Ha!

    2. collins_49 64 months ago | reply

      I'm really not that arrogant (the camera oft times lies). But I do look like Hitler Youth organizer with that haircut.

      I was in Korea in 1952 and Stu was in Japan. We came back raving about how artists are treated (with respect) in Japan and Kirsten went to see for himself. His mind never came back.

      At one time, Henry Roth was the most famous newspaper artist in New York City. He had a collection of full page drawings -- beautiful society ladies (advertisers' wives) were his speciality.

    3. MaryWit 64 months ago | reply

      Ray, it looks like you just came from a break under the globe. ;~)

    4. collins_49 64 months ago | reply

      Nope -- that photo was from the late-50s. Some wags partook of Unidentified Vegetable Matter starting in the late-60s (during The Troubles).

    5. normanhathaway 64 months ago | reply

      I don't remember Roth.
      Would love to see samples.

      What a great photo.

    6. juanitaneitling 64 months ago | reply

      Don't forget to say that your shirt was pink and gray checks.

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