(1890 - 1962)
Howard Fisher was active/lived in Oregon, New Mexico. Howard Fisher is known for Editorial cartoons.
Biography Howard Fisher
Howard Fisher (1890-1962)
For 27 of his 37 years with The Oregon Journal, Howard Fisher was the newspaper's editorial cartoonist. His originals were requested by many famous people of the day — Harry S. Truman and FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover, to name a few, and he won first prize in a contest sponsored by "Editor and Publisher" magazine in 1935.
His trademark was an impish beaver wearing a pair of checkered rousers supported by a single suspender.