Cartoon illustrations and photographs of friends and co-workers collected by newspaper editor Arthur L. Clarke.
Arthur L. Clarke was editor in chief of the San Jose Mercury-Herald, and prior to that worked with newspapers in San Francisco,
Los Angeles, Chicago and New York. Clarke began his newspaper career on the sports department of the Omaha Bee. After serving
the San Francisco Chronicle and Chicago Tribune he was sent by the latter paper to London as special correspondent during
the Boer war. He was later city editor of the Chicago Examiner, managing editor of the Los Angeles Examiner, Chicago Examiner
and New York American. He died in San Jose, California, in 1928.
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