Clifford K. Berryman - April 2, 1869 - December 11, 1949 - Pulitzer Prize winning cartoonist with the Washington Star from 1907-1949.

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Circa 1915. "Harris & Ewing. Posing Cliff Berryman." Political cartoonist Clifford Berryman at the Washington, D.C., photo studio founded in 1905 by George Harris and Martha Ewing. Harris & Ewing glass negative.

Clifford Berryman self-portrait, 1904 In 1944, Berryman was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Editorial Cartooning for his drawing "Where is the Boat Going." In a 1902 cartoon, Berryman depicted President Theodore Roosevelt showing compassion for a small bear cub. The cartoon inspired New York store owner Morris Michtom to create a new toy and call it the teddy bear.

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see also: Jim Berryman
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 "Choosin' To Run Isn't as Restful as This" In 1928, Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist Clifford Berryman (1869-1949) portrays the famously laconic President Calvin Coolidge relaxing and fishing during what would have been a busy re-election season. During his retirement in Northampton, Massachusetts, Coolidge wrote his autobiography, a syndicated newspaper column, and magazine articles.

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