Draper Hill

Draper Hill (1935 – May 13, 2009) was an American cartoonist and writer.[1]

He was educated at Harvard University and from 1958 until 1964 he worked as a reporter and cartoonist for The Patriot Ledger.[1] He was also the editorial cartoonist for the Memphis Commercial Appeal (1971 -1976) and the Detroit News.[1]


  • Cartoon and Caricature from Hogarth to Hoffnung (1962).
  • Mr. Gillray: The Caricaturist, A Biography (1965).
  • Fashionable Contrasts: Caricatures by James Gillray (1966).
  • The Satirical Etchings of James Gillray (1976).
  • (with John Adler), Doomed by Cartoon: How Cartoonist Thomas Nast and the New York Times Brought Down Boss Tweed and His Ring of Thieves (2008).


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