Original Douglas Borgstedt Drawing Depicting the Death of "Respect & Privacy"

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Original Douglas Borgstedt Drawing Depicting the Death of  Respect & Privacy
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BORGSTEDT, Douglas. (1911-2001) American cartoonist and cartoon editor for the Saturday Evening Post from 1940-42 before serving in the United States Army from 1943-45 where he was the first feature editor of Yank magazine, and was also decorated with the Bronze Star and the Legion of Merit. Borgstedt later was photography editor for the Saturday Evening Post as from 1945-1963 and later editorial cartoonist for King Features Syndicate, the Copley News Service, and the Philadelphia Evening and Sunday Bulletin. His cartoons appeared in more than 90 newspapers as well as New Yorker, Esquire, Colliers and Look magazines, and have been exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art and at the Metropolitan Museum. Original pen & ink on illustration paper, quarto, an illustrated commentary on the issue of "Respect & Privacy" in the aftermath of Princess Diana's tragic death. Signed at the lower right corner. In fine condition.