Garrett Price is best known for his work in The New Yorker, a source of both pride and consternation starting in the year of the magazine's birth in 1925 until his last published work 1974. He created 100 covers and hundreds more cartoons and illustrations for the magazine. His substantial work White Boy was completed early in his career. Price died in 1979.
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