Access to this collection is generously supported by Arcadia funds. View of John Held Jr. seated in collared shirt, pants, suspenders, holding paper and pencil in lap, with wife Gladys Held standing closely behind him. John Held Jr. was well known for his cartoons and drawings. This photograph appears with the article, "Homesick for Hollywood: Famous Cartoonist Here to Renew Acquaintance." 4 Sept. 1935. Text from newspaper caption: John Held Jr., and his wife, Gladys, shown here, couldn't resist a visit to Hollywood after traveling with Irvin S. Cobb for a while last week. Text from negative sleeve: 2117, John Held Jr., Mrs Gladys Held, artist, flapper illustrator, [stamped:] Sep 1935 Handwritten on negative: Mrs Gladys Held, John Held Jr.
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Painters (Artists)--American People Cartoonists--American Illustrators--American Arts Held, Gladys, 1908-1983 Held,John Jr., 1889-1958