New Yorker cartoonist William Hamilton, right, applauded as fellow cartoonist Signe Wilkinson unveiled her drawing of Herald-Leader cartoonist Joel Pett. They were in Lexington for a panel discussion and cartooning demonstration at the Carnegie Center in conjunction with an exhibit of Pett’s work. Hamilton, 76, died Friday in a traffic accident on Old Richmond Road.
New Yorker cartoonist William Hamilton, right, applauded as fellow cartoonist Signe Wilkinson unveiled her drawing of Herald-Leader cartoonist Joel Pett. They were in Lexington for a panel discussion and cartooning demonstration at the Carnegie Center in conjunction with an exhibit of Pett’s work. Hamilton, 76, died Friday in a traffic accident on Old Richmond Road. Pablo Alcalá Staff file photo
New Yorker cartoonist William Hamilton, right, applauded as fellow cartoonist Signe Wilkinson unveiled her drawing of Herald-Leader cartoonist Joel Pett. They were in Lexington for a panel discussion and cartooning demonstration at the Carnegie Center in conjunction with an exhibit of Pett’s work. Hamilton, 76, died Friday in a traffic accident on Old Richmond Road. Pablo Alcalá Staff file photo

Lexington crash kills popular New Yorker cartoonist

April 10, 2016 05:30 PM

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