_____________________________________________For more than six decades, Edwina Frances Dumm worked as a professional cartoonist. Beginning as a political cartoonist on the staff of the Columbus Daily Monitor, Edwina paved the way as the first woman employed in a full time position as editorial cartoonist. She continued her work after she moved to New York City in the early 1920s with the creation of "Cap Stubbs and Tippie," "Alec the Great," and "Sinbad." Edwina's cartoons ran for almost fifty years under two syndication services and in magazines like Life and the London based Tatler. Her art was funny, heartwarming, inspirational, and a landmark in cartooning history.