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Stu Goldman Cartoons

Collection ID

SCRC 442

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Description

Collection Summary 

 

Title

Stu Goldman Cartoons

 

Dates

1969-2009           

 

Collection ID

SCRC 442

 

Creator

Goldman, Stu

 

Quantity

4.25 linear feet (11 boxes)

 

Repository

Special Collections Research Center, Temple University Libraries

 

Language

Materials in English.

 

Detailed Collection Information 

 

Biographical Note

Stu Goldman, an editorial newspaper cartoonist and feature comic strip cartoonist and illustrator, was born March 26, 1947, in New Kensington, PA. He graduated from Haverford High School and Kutztown University.

From 1975 to 1980, he was an editorial cartoonist for Rocky Mountain Journal and Colorado Statesman and contributing editor, writer, and cartoonist for other Denver area publications. During that time, Goldman developed a comic strip, The New Establishment, later renamed Hyper and Associates. In 1981, Goldman returned to Philadelphia and worked until 2009 as a syndicated editorial cartoonist for Jewish publications in the United States including The Jewish Exponent.

 

Description of Collection 

The collection contains over 1,500 original editorial cartoons produced primarily for the Jewish press illustrating contemporaneous political situations. The collection also includes sketchbooks, caricature portraits, color illustrations, comic strips, and related artwork.

 

Organization and Arrangement 

The collection is arranged into 2 series as follows:

 

Series 1: Editorial cartoons, 1978-2009          

Series 2: Sketchbooks and other artwork, 1969-1998

 

Series 1 contains original editorial cartoons drawn by Goldman primarily for Pennsylvania, Colorado, and Maryland area newspapers. The bulk of the series contains cartoons produced for The Jewish Exponent (Philadelphia, Pa.) between 1981 and 2009. This series is arranged alphabetically by newspaper title.

 

Series 2 contains a series of sketchbooks of cartoons and related notes on projects; original drawings and photocopies of comic strips including The New Establishment and Hyper and Associates; greeting card mock ups and samples; advertisements, book jackets, and promotional materials designed by Goldman; color slide presentations; pencil sketches; watercolors; and linocuts. This series is arranged alphabetically by folder title.

 

Patron Information 

 

Catalog Record 

A record for this collection is available in Temple University’s online library catalog: https://librarysearch.temple.edu/catalog/991037746009803811

 

Research Access 

Collection is open for research.

 

Collections Stored Off-Site

This collection may be housed off-site at the Library Depository, and require up to two business days to retrieve. Please review the finding aid and be prepared to identify specific materials to be retrieved. Contact the Special Collections Research Center in advance of your visit, so that materials may be relocated to the reading room for research.

 

Technical Access

Original audiovisual materials, as well as preservation and duplicating masters, may not be played. Researchers must consult use copies, or if none exist must pay for a use copy. Certain digital files may also be inaccessible. Please contact the Special Collections Research Center for more information.

 

Publication and Copyright Information 

The Stu Goldman Cartoons are on deposit with the Special Collections Research Center, Temple University Libraries. The creator/donor has not assigned their rights to Temple University Libraries.  Other creators’ intellectual property rights, including copyright, belong to them or their legal heirs and assigns. Researchers are responsible for determining the identity of rights holders and obtaining their permission for publication and for other purposes where stated. Any individuals, institutions, or businesses wishing to gain rights for reproduction must contact creator/donor before permission will be granted.

 

Preferred Citation

[Description and date of item], [Box/folder number], Stu Goldman Cartoons, SCRC 442, Special Collections Research Center, Temple University Libraries, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

 

 

Administrative Information 

 

Acquisition Information

Placed on permanent loan by Stu Goldman in April 2000 and December 2010. A portion of this collection previously administered by the Philadelphia Jewish Archives Center, acquired by Temple in June 2009.

 

Processing Information 

Collection processed and finding aid prepared in October 2020 by Jessica M. Lydon, Associate Archivist, with assistance from student intern Emily Collopy.

 

          

Index Terms

The following headings have been used to index the description of this collection in Temple University’s electronic catalog:

 

Personal/Family Names: 

Goldman, Stu

 

Subjects: 

American wit and humor, Pictorial

Art--Political aspects

Art, American

Comic books, strips, etc.--United States

Editorial cartoons

Jewish cartoonists--United States

Jewish wit and humor, Pictorial

Jews, American

Newspapers--Sections, columns, etc.--Comics

Political cartoons

World politics--Caricatures and cartoons

 

Places: 

Denver (Colo.)

Israel--Politics and government

Middle East--Foreign relations--United States

Philadelphia (Pa.)

United States--Politics and government

 

Material Types: 

Clippings

Drawings

Periodicals

Photocopies

Slides

Sound recordings

 

 

Inventory

 

Series 1: Editorial cartoons, 1978-2009

Series 1 contains original editorial cartoons drawn by Goldman primarily for Pennsylvania, Colorado, and Maryland area newspapers. The bulk of the series contains cartoons produced for The Jewish Exponent (Philadelphia, Pa.) between 1981 and 2009. This series is arranged alphabetically by newspaper title.

Box   Folder   Description

1          1          Centre Democrat (Bellefonte, Pa.)          1989

1          2          The Colorado Statesman (Denver, Colo.)          1979-1980

1          3          The Fayetteville Times (Fayetteville, N.C.)          1981

1          4          Houston Agenda          1992

1          5          The Jewish Exponent (Philadelphia, Pa.)          1981

1          6          The Jewish Exponent (Philadelphia, Pa.)          1982

1          7          The Jewish Exponent (Philadelphia, Pa.)          1983

1          8          The Jewish Exponent (Philadelphia, Pa.)          1984

1          9          The Jewish Exponent (Philadelphia, Pa.)          1985

2          1          The Jewish Exponent (Philadelphia, Pa.)          1986

2          2          The Jewish Exponent (Philadelphia, Pa.)          1987

2          3          The Jewish Exponent (Philadelphia, Pa.)          1988

2          4          The Jewish Exponent (Philadelphia, Pa.)          1989

3          1          The Jewish Exponent (Philadelphia, Pa.)          1990

3          2          The Jewish Exponent (Philadelphia, Pa.)          1991

3          3          The Jewish Exponent (Philadelphia, Pa.)          1992

3          4          The Jewish Exponent (Philadelphia, Pa.)          1993

4          1          The Jewish Exponent (Philadelphia, Pa.)          1994

4          2          The Jewish Exponent (Philadelphia, Pa.)          1995

4          3          The Jewish Exponent (Philadelphia, Pa.)          1996

4          4          The Jewish Exponent (Philadelphia, Pa.)          1997

5          1          The Jewish Exponent (Philadelphia, Pa.)          1998

5          2          The Jewish Exponent (Philadelphia, Pa.)          1999

5          3          The Jewish Exponent (Philadelphia, Pa.)          2000

5          4          The Jewish Exponent (Philadelphia, Pa.)          2001

6          1          The Jewish Exponent (Philadelphia, Pa.)          2002

6          2          The Jewish Exponent (Philadelphia, Pa.)          2003

6          3          The Jewish Exponent (Philadelphia, Pa.)          2004

6          4          The Jewish Exponent (Philadelphia, Pa.)          2005

6          5          The Jewish Exponent (Philadelphia, Pa.)          2006

7          1          The Jewish Exponent (Philadelphia, Pa.)          2007

7          2          The Jewish Exponent (Philadelphia, Pa.)          2008

7          3          The Jewish Exponent (Philadelphia, Pa.)          2009

7          4          The Jewish Exponent (Philadelphia, Pa.)          undated

7          5          Montgomery County Sentinel (Gaithersburg, Md.)          1991-1994

7          6          The Observer (Philadelphia, Pa.)         1989-1994

7          7          Prince George's County Sentinel (Gaithersburg, Md.)          1990-1992

7          8          Prince George's County Sentinel (Gaithersburg, Md.)          1993-1995

7          9          Rocky Mountain Journal (Denver, Colo.)          1978

8          1          Rocky Mountain Journal (Denver, Colo.)          1979-1980, 1990

 

 

Series 2: Sketchbooks and other artwork, 1969-1998

Series 2 contains a series of sketchbooks of cartoons and related notes on projects; original drawings and photocopies of comic strips including The New Establishment and Hyper and Associates; greeting card mock ups and samples; advertisements, book jackets, and promotional materials designed by Goldman; color slide presentations; pencil sketches; watercolors; and linocuts. This series is arranged alphabetically by folder title.

Box   Folder   Description

9          1          American Jewish Press Association and White House          1984

11          1          American Water Works comic book          1975

9          2          "Bit" on a body surfing incident, travel sketches, children's book idea and text          1982

9          3          "The Blue" boxing in Philadelphia          1991

11          2          Breakfast Chats with President Jimmy LP          1980

8          2          Business cards and talent agency documents          1990, undated

8          3          "Cardtoons" greeting cards          1982-1987

9          4          Cowtown, New Jersey rodeo          undated

9          5          "Dive" series and wrestling          1984

9          6          Denver Monthly articles          1979-1980

11          3          Denver Soaring Council          undated

9          7          Eavesdrawings          undated

9          8          Focus slide presentation          circa 1984

9          9          Hyper and Associates          1977-1981

11          4          Hyper and Associates           undated

9          10          Ilustrations based on "tales" of Jack Corley, travel sketches, and commercial rough drafts          1980-1981

9          11          Linocuts          undated

9          12          Magazine and newspaper illustrations          1976-1992

8          4          Magazine and newspaper illustrations          undated

9          13          National Center for Appropriate Technology notes and scripts for Hyper and Associates          circa 1978

9          14          The New Establishment          1975-1976

10          1          Notes for books on stained glass and cat designs, and other sketches          1998

10          2          Ohara's: jazz artist sketches          1997

8          5          Portraits          undated

11          5          Promotional advertisements          1983, undated

10          3          Sketchbooks: general          1974

10          4          Sketchbooks: general          1984-1990

10          5          Sketchbooks: general          undated

11          6          Sketches and watercolors          undated

10          6          Sketches: early          1969-1970

10          7          "Stop and Listen to What You Teach" slide presentation          1971

10          8          Strip ideas, travel sketches, letter drafts          circa 1978

10          9          "Television: A Humanities Medium" slide presentation          undated

10          10          Trip to Amsterdam          1987

10          11          Trip to Budapest          1990

10          12          Trip to San Antonio, Texas          1984

10          13          Trips to Butte, Montana and Anchorage, Alaska, work for National Center for Appropriate Technology, strip and political ideas          1977

10          14          Trips to London, England          1981-1982

10          15          Trips to London, England and Paris, France          1983