No More Misses: Barbara Shermund, Flapper Era Cartoonist

This article is part of Overlooked, a series of obituaries about extraordinary people whose deaths were not reported in The Times beginning in 1851. In the mid-1920s, Harold Ross, founder of a new magazine called The New Yorker, sought cartoonists who could create sarcastic, high-level illustrations with witty headlines to serve as social criticism. He …