|Title||Cartoon; Herbert Johnson; "Warren, Youll Have to Fire That Cook"|
Original art for political cartoon titled "Warren, Youll Have to Fire That Cook!" Warren Harding is depicted hiding from the cook, who represents Oppressive Taxation. The cook is throwing plates representing profits and business.
|Year Range from||1921|
|Year Range to||1923|
|Material||bristol board, graphite, ink paint|
Harding, Warren G.
|Other Name||Cartoon, Graphite|
|History||Herbert Johnson was born in Sutton, Nebraska in 1878. He attended the Elliot school and the Western Normal College in Lincoln. He worked for the Denver Republican (1896), Kansas City Journal (1897-1899), and Philadelphia North American (1906-1912). He was a freelance cartoonist in New York form 1903-1905. He was a staff political cartoonist at the Saturday Evening Post starting in 1912. From 1912 to 1915 he was also art editor of the Post. He retired in 1941, and died December 4, 1946.|
|Credit line||Herbert Johnson, Huntington, Pennsylvania|