Paul Conrad Cartoons

September 5, 2010 by staff 

Paul Conrad Cartoons, Have you heard of it most definitely Paul Conrad cartoon. Paul Conrad These cartoons are usually based on the politicians and leaders. Paul Conrad was the ancestor of Paul Conrad Designs. He had won two Pulitzer Prizes and uses his skills to mock the political leaders. The political cartoonist died last Saturday. According to his son who was 86 years old. Paul Conrad died at dawn at his home in the City of Los Angeles suburb of Rancho Palos Verdes. His son said his death was natural.

Paul Conrad took over U.S. presidents Harry S. Truman to George W. Bush, in general, the Los Angeles Times and he did the job for 30 years and served the newspaper to raise its profile in origin. Conrad and his twin brother James were born in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, in 1924. Paul and James were the children of a railway line worker who had a passion for art.

He did a great job in his life and after helping in the Pacific during World War II in the same Army Corps of Engineers, took in art education at the University of IA and a family friend told him to draw cartoons for their university magazine. He made his first job after college in the Denver Post then he has worked for 14 years before going to Los Angeles. He lived with his wife, Kay, who is 60 years today, which has one son and two daughters.

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