My introduction to John T. McCutcheon really occured the first time I visited the Fine Arts Building. You can read about it in my Journal post, “Living History.” At the time I really didn’t understand who McCutcheon was – although I was sitting in his studio. I knew he was the man who had drawn the famous cartoon, “Injun Summer,” but that was about it. Oh, how things change! Now I might be too in awe to cross the threshold. Fortunately, many examples of his cartoons are available online as are books with his illustrations. I’ve added a list of the books I have found so far and am updating the list of web sites with information on Chicago’s greatest cartoonist and illustrator.