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The Davenport International Cartoon Contest

Announcing the 2017 Davenport International Cartoon Contest! This page contains links to print ready graphics and text about the various aspects of our Cartoon Contest. The Homer Davenport International Cartoon Contest was started in 1984 by the late Lou Androes, and in the decades since, images from around the globe have entered our humble contest. Since then several folks have stepped up to manage the contest, and this year we have dramatically increased the prizes. If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to Contact Us! Thanks in advance!

Media Releases & Background Information

Media Release: 2017 Cartoon Contest Re-Boot Media Release: 2017 Cartoon Contest Judges Named
840 Words: Davenport and the Anti-Cartoon Bill 750 Words: Homer Davenport Biography (OE)
Support Info: 2017 Davenport Cartoon Contest Rules Support Info: 2017 Cartoon Contest Entry Forms

Print-Ready Images

Homer C. Davenport (1867-1912)
Homer C. Davenport
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Mr. Hanna's Stand on the Labor Question
"Mr. Hanna's Stand on the Labor Question"
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No Honest Man Need Fear Cartoons
"No Honest Man Need Fear Cartoons"
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Festival Logos

HDCF Color Logo
HDCF Festival Logo - Color
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HDCF Monochrome Logo
HDCF Festival Logo - B&W
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SHSF Color Logo
Strawberry Festival Logo - Color
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SHSF Monochrome Logo
Strawberry Festival Logo - B&W
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Homer Davenport International Cartoon Contest:

2017 Homer Davenport Community Festival:





The Homer Davenport International Cartoon Contest Judges:


Senator Lew Frederick   Oregon State Senator Lew Frederick (D-Portland) first took office as an Oregon State Representative on October 30, 2009 during a swearing-in ceremony in the House Chambers of the Oregon Capitol Building. Professionally he is a Strategic Communications Consultant, focusing on Strategic Planning, Community Relations, Science/Technical issues and Media Crisis Communications. With an academic background in biology, theater, and political science, his professional life has included seventeen years as a television reporter at KGW-Channel 8 in Portland, thirteen years as the Director of Public Information for the Portland Public Schools, teacher, actor and ranch-hand.
 
Dr. David Lewis   Dr. David Lewis, is an enrolled member of the Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde, and descendant of the Santiam Kalapuya, Chinook, Molalla, Takelma, and Yoncalla Kalapuya peoples of western Oregon. He is past manager of the Grand Ronde Cultural Resources Department, Chachalu Tribal Museum Curator, and Tribal Historian. David has a PhD in Anthropology from the University of Oregon, and was Director of the Southwest Oregon Research Project. David is a professional presenter on the ethnohistories of the tribes of western Oregon, and has published numerous articles about the Tribes of Oregon, many on his blog. David currently lives in Salem with wife Donna, and sons Saghaley and Inatye.
 
Represenative Rick Lewis   Oregon State Representative Rick Lewis, (R-Silverton) was appointed to the Oregon House after the resignation of Vic Gilliam. Prior to joining the legislature, Lewis served as the Mayor and as the Chief of Police for Silverton. He is a life member of the Oregon Association Chiefs of Police and served as the organization’s President in 1991. In 2005, he took a six month leave of absence from the Silverton Police Department to teach the Executive Leadership Program for the Iraqi Police leadership during Operation Iraqi Freedom. Rick lives in Silverton with his wife of 38 years, Pat.


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