Most parents dream of their son getting accepted into an Ivy League school. On the other hand, the number of parents who hope their pride and joy goes on to become a cartoonist is probably close to zero.
Whitney Darrow, Jr., the cartoonist we featured in yesterday’s post, had the ideal sensibilities to be a New Yorker cartoonist through the middle decades of the 20th century. After all, he’d gone to Princeton.
Check out this 1970 interview with him and learn how a WASP from Greenwich became a gag doodler. — CC