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Whitney Painting - New Yorker August 22nd, 1959 by Whitney Darrow

New Yorker August 22nd, 1959 is a painting by Whitney Darrow which was uploaded on August 18th, 2015.

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Well, Dear, How Is It? by Jr., Whitney Darrow
She's Not Really Mine. I'm Just Watching by Whitney Darrow, Jr.
Say, Why Don't We Go See The Hopper Show by James Stevenson
Please, Gentlemen! No Politics! by Whitney Darrow, Jr.
How Did You Happen To ?nd This Place? by Jr., Whitney Darrow
Now Let's Hear It For Good Old Al by Jr., Whitney Darrow
I Would Like You To Meet Miss Eldridge. Miss by Jr., Whitney Darrow
The Way I Have It Doped by Jr., Whitney Darrow
We're On A Budget by Jr., Whitney Darrow
Silly Woman! What Have You Done? by Jr., Whitney Darrow
A Group Of Sailors Presented It To Me by Whitney Darrow, Jr.
Have You Something Light? by Whitney Darrow, Jr.
Very Good, Gentlemen - Men's Grill, Schrafft's by Whitney Darrow, Jr.
I Wrote Woodrow Wilson The Same Thing In 1917 by Whitney Darrow, Jr.
You Needn't Look So Innocent by Whitney Darrow, Jr.
Watch It, Charlotte, You're Tending To Lead Again by Whitney Darrow, Jr.
There Now. Doesn't Your Coat Look Much Better by Whitney Darrow, Jr.
It's Not For Any Special Committee. It's by Whitney Darrow, Jr.
For Heaven's Sake by Whitney Darrow, Jr.

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