Editorial cartoonist Stuart McDonald brought his worldview to the Sunday edition of the Grand Forms Herald from 1961 to 1967. The original cartoons measured 11x14 inches, and they are kept as part of the Stuart McDonald Papers at the Chester Fritz Library at the University of North Dakota Library. In an introduction to a compilation of McDonald's cartoons published in 1963, Scott Long (an old friend of McDonald's) noted, "The hundred men in this country like Stu McDonald come and go as our Nation's history moves on. They are necessary to democracy and they are even more necessary if we should lose our freedoms, but there will always be some of them around." Visitors to the site can browse through the collection of 346 cartoons, and they will note that many of them deal with topics such as Christmas, foreign policy, civil rights legislation, and communism.


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