The History of Charlotte, NC- Part 8
“During the early 1900s, Charlotte becomes the largest city in the state. Skyscrapers, some as tall as 11 stories, form the first skyline. But growth also brings disease, class wars, and gunfire on city streets”
The History of Charlotte, NC- Part 7
“The mills bring growth and the city expands, giving Charlotteans the freedom to live in such faraway places as the new neighborhood of Dilworth. But after a series of political fights, many residents will soon feel the full grip of oppression”
It was so nice to have my portrait drawn by Lara Tomlin this Summer in the Smithsonian and it was equally as nice to draw all these fine folks’ portraits in the current issue of the Smithsonian magazine. Jo Hamilton, Jeff MacGregor, Matt Shaer and Michael Caruso were all contributors to the November issue.
These funny spots were in last weeks Wall Street Journal accompanied by a story about the office blabbermouths on the telephone. There are a few stereotypical characters that we are all familiar with: The Blunderer (talks loudly at inappropriate times) The Narcissist (always yapping about themselves) The Nervous Wreck, The Patient, The Storyteller and the True Confessor (blabbing about personal, often embarrassing stories).