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Treasure Island from the Air

By photographer Stanley Toogood

Abstract

An avid traveler and adventurer, McCutcheon spent much of his time away from the office. In addition to his war reporting, he also went to Africa on a hunting excursion spending part of his time with Teddy Roosevelt. In 1916 he purchased an island in the Bahamas, Salt Cay, which he first saw on his honeymoon when he married Evelyn Shaw in 1917. He renamed Salt Cay Treasure Island. In 1935 he and his son, Jackie, traveled aboard the Graf Zeppelin and sent dispatches to the Chicago Tribune.Destination Indiana - John T. McCutcheon: Dean of American Cartoonists Journe

Topics: McCutcheon, John T. (John Tinney), 1870-1949; Aerial views; Islands
Publisher: Indianapolis: Bobbs-Merrill
Year: 1940
OAI identifier: oai:images.indianahistory.org:V0002/2831
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