Features a poem dedicated to Anderson by Franklin P. Adams as well as the evening menu, list of guests, etc. Kalil's was a large restaurant on Park Place, New York. Dinner in honour of Anderson, a "handsome Canuck." Adams was an American columnist known as a prolific writer of light verse such as featured on this program. Of most interest, however, are the two cartoons. Homer Davenport, one of the highest paid political cartoonists in the world, was known for drawings that satirized figures of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era. Goldberg, on the other hand, could also draw a good caricature, and does so here, but is remembered for his cartoons depicting complicated gadgets performing simple tasks in indirect, convoluted ways.
Date Published: 1909
Place Published: New York
Dust Jacket: No
Jacket Condition: n/a
Details: 4 p. 26.5 cm. Photo of Anderson. Two caricatures of Anderson, one by Homer Davenport and one by Rube Goldberg. Tan paper covers with staple and twine fasteners. Nice tassle. Blue print on front cover. Window in front allows view of photo. Chipped top corner. Some spots to exterior. Pages are detached and separated with a small tear in each. Small stain in margin of Davenport cartoon.