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Sam Berman Finds 'Stingless' Cartoons Keep Subjects Happy
Young Hartford Caricaturist, Who is Making a Name For Himself in New York, Says People Like to See Themselves Smiling and Prefer Full Face Drawings
The Hartford Courant (1923-1991) - Hartford, Conn.
Author: Gaines, William
Date: Mar 27, 1932
Start Page: E3
Pages: 1
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New York--(AP.)--A caricaturist can exaggerate facial characteristics all he pleases and yet be kind, says Sam Berman, a young fellow just now making a name for himself in New York.

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