From some notes for a work in progress ...
Tim Murphy (1865-1929) Comic actor born in Rupert, Vermont who also had a
natural talent for drawing. Worked briefly as draughtsman for U. S. Patent
Office, but was fired for drawing in the Patent Office Gazette of a
caricature of James Blaine as a greenhorn farmer leaning over a fence ("How
Time Murphy Lost His Job," Indianapolis Journal, 21 Oct 1901, 14). As an
actor he was known for his performances in the Carpet Bagger and Bachelor's
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> Tim Murphy, according to Library of Congress Division of P & P.
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> On Tue, Sep 22, 2020 at 11:10 PM Barbara Schmidt <[log in to unmask]>
> > I have been asked to help identify the artist who drew the caricature of
> > Mark Twain titled "A Man of Mark". Milton Meltzer published the graphic
> > (attached) in _Mark Twain Himself_, p. 152. Meltzer provides the sources
> > and first publication for most of his graphics, but not this one. Has
> > anyone researched the first appearance and/or artist for this graphic?
> > Thanks,
> > Barb