Fred R. Lundy
Fred R. Lundy (1902-1989) was born in North Dakota at the turn of the 20th century. He studied at the University of Oregon and the California College of Arts and Crafts and later worked as a staff cartoonist for the Oakland Tribune (1928-1935). In 1935, Lundy became an editorial cartoonist for the San Francisco Examiner, where he remained until his retirement in 1976. In addition to the two newspapers that employed him, Lundy’s work was also published in magazines like The New Yorker, Colliers, Esquire, Saturday Evening Post, Argosy, Saturday Review, Redbook, Liberty, and American Magazine.
Fred Lundy died in 1989.
Cartographer’s Impressions of Early Days in Eastbay
Beloved cartoonist Fred R. Lundy’s scarce 1934 pictorial map of Berkeley and Oakland.Cartographer(s): Fred R. LundyPlace/Date: Oakland / 1934Read more