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The package in which Wyncie King sent his caricatures to the Filson.

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Pen and ink sketch of Young E. Allison, author and newspaper editor. A prolific writer, Allison is remembered for his epic piratical poem "On Board the Derelict," an expansion of Robert Louis Stevenson's "Fifteen Men on the Dead Man's Chest."

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Bennett H. Young, Confederate officer and prominent Louisville attorney. During the Civil War, Young led Confederate forces in a raid on St. Albans, Vermont.

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Ilya Tolstoy was a writer and son of Leo Tolstoy. King sketched Tolstoy while he stayed in Louisville at the Watterson Hotel.

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Sidney Bernheim, a co-worker of Wyncie King, sold advertisements for the Louisville Herald. The sketch gives the impression that Bernheim was an unusually tall individual with poor posture.

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Patrick O'Sullivan, a gifted composer and pianist who hailed from Louisville, Kentucky. On the back of the drawing, King remarked that O'Sullivan was the "very essence of the Irish."

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Otto Rothert, author and secretary of the Filson Club. In this caricature, King gave Rothert's features an effeminate cast. On the back of the drawing, he noted that Rothert was a good friend of Young E. Allison.

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Lieutenant Adrien Florent was a member of the French Military Mission at Camp Zachary Taylor during World War I.

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James D. Black, former governor of Kentucky. King sketched most of his subjects from the shoulders up, but in this drawing we get the impression that Black was a short man with an eye for fashion.

https://filsonhistorical.org/wp-content/uploads/wyncie_king_Harvey_Joiner_web.jpg
Harvey Joiner was a landscape artist from Louisville known for his paintings of beech trees.
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