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New York Times (US) September 19 1980, pg. C1, "Cartoon Museum Salutes Peter Arno; Peter Arno Saluted"
New York Times (US) February 23 1968, pg. 1, 30:2, "Peter Arno, Cartoonist, 64, Dies; With The New Yorker 43 Years"
New York Times (US) March 31 1951, pg. 20 (Amusements), "Patricia Arno Wed at Mother's Home; Daughter of Style Editor and Cartoonist Is Married Here to Roy B. Moriarty Jr."
New York Times (US) February 26 1951, pg. 18, "Patricia Arno Affianced; Daughter of Cartoonist to Be Wed to Roy Moriarty Jr."
New York Times (US) March 2 1948, pg. 21 (Books), "Peter Arno Case Dropped; Cartoonist Freed as Doorman Fails to Press Pistol Charge"
New York Times (US) November 4 1947, pg. 27, "Arno Charge Retained; Complainant Offers to End Case but It Is Sent to Grand Jury"
New York Times (US) December 14 1942, pg. 18, "News of the Stage; Ed Wynn to Star in Arno Revue"
New York Times (US) November 1 1942, pg. 32, "Arno is Arrested On Threat Charge; Doorman Accuses Cartoonist of Showing a Pistol in Early Morning Altercation"
New York Times (US) March 28 1939, pg. 21 (Amusements), "Guilty in Arno Extortion; Three Admit Conspiracy to Get Money From Cartoonist"
New York Times (US) March 3 1939, pg. 25, "Wife Sues Peter Arno; Cruelty Is Charged to Cartoonist in Action at Winsted"
New York Times (US) January 28 1939, pg. 13, "3 Held in Arno Extortion; Bail Fixed at $10,000 Apiece--Hearing to Be on Feb. 2"
New York Times (US) June 22 1937, pg. 26, "News of the Stage; Peter Arno to Act in Summer Theatre for a Week"
New York Times (US) August 10 1935, pg. 7 (Social News), "Peter Arno Weds Mary L. Lansing; Quiet Ceremony Takes Place at Home of Bride's Parents in Salisbury, Conn."
New York Times (US) July 19 1935, pg. 14 (Social News), "Peter Arno to Wed Miss Mary Lansing; Her Parents Announce Troth of Hewitt's School Alumna to Cartoonist and Author"
New York Times (US) March 11 1934, pg. 43 (Financial), "Arno Must Pay $782 Bill; Court Grants Judgment to Hotel for Balance on $1,215 Supper"
New York Times (US) February 2 1934, pg. 6, "Justice Peters's Will; Most of Estate Left to Family -- Peter Arno, Son, Gets $20,000"
New York Times (US) December 18 1933, pg. 19, "Justice C. A. Peters Dead in Home Here; He Had Served Only Half of His 14-Year Term on the Supreme Court Bench. Was Democratic Leader; Father of Peter Arno, Artist, Had Been Aide in City's Legal Bureau for 13 Years"
New York Times (US) November 30 1931, pg. 34 (Books), "Rhode Island Bars Arno as Driver"
New York Times (US) November 4 1931, pg. 29 (Social News), "Arno and J.H. Whitney Entertain at Waldorf; Supper Follows Premiere of 'Here Goes the Bride' at Chanin's Theatre"
New York Times (US) November 4 1931, pg. 31 (Amusements), "The Play; Clark and McCullough Squandering Their Genius on Plot in Peter Arno's Cumbersome Carnival"
New York Times (US) October 15 1931, pg. 26, "'Here Goes the Bride' Set Back One Week; Peter Arno's Musical Comedy to Open Oct. 26"
New York Times (US) September 22 1931, pg. 52 (Bus. & Finance), "Park Av. Suites Leased; Peter Arno Takes Penthouse"
New York Times (US) August 28 1931, pg. 22 (Books), "To be Stars in Arno Play; Clark and McCullough Engaged for "Here Goes the Bride""
New York Times (US) August 14 1931, pg. 21 (Amusements), "Peter Arno, Artist, to Become Producer; Will Present a Satirical Musical Comedy of His Own Authorship, With Settings of His Design"
New York Times (US) July 6 1931, pg. 5, "Arno Avoids Chicago; Quits Train at Suburb With Mrs. Smith [qv##nm0723422##]--Vanderbilt Taking His Trail"
New York Times (US) July 4 1931, pg. 4, "Says Vanderbilt Hit Arno At Reno Station; Citizen Declares Two Met by Chance and Cartoonist Slipped and Fell After Blow"
New York Times (US) June 30 1931, pg. 45, "Mrs. Arno Gets Divorce; Charges in Reno Suit Cartoonist Was Violently Jealous"
New York Times (US) June 26 1931, pg. 17, "Peter Arno Files Suit; Wife in Cross-Complaint at Reno Also Charges Cruelty"
New York Times (US) June 18 1931, pg. 2, "Arno Tells of Threat by C. Vanderbilt Jr.; Latter Started for Cartoonist With Gun, Lawyer Says, After Reno Incident"
New York Times (US) November 30 1929, pg. 20, "Peter Arno Loses Suit for Writ Over Auto; Complained Car Would Not Make 95 Miles an Hour in Action After Default on Notes"
New York Times (US) November 26 1929, pg. 3, "Complains to Court His Car Can't Make 90; Arno, Cartoonist, Seeks to Stay Packard Co. From Selling Auto for for Non-Payment"
New York Times (US) August 20 1927, pg. 5, "Stir in Connecticut Over Marriage Ruling Barring Ceremonies by Retired Clergymen [Lois Long's father who married them]"
New York Times (US) August 14 1927, pg. 28, "Miss Lois Long Bride; Author's Daughter Is Wed to Peter Arno, Illustrator"

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