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On Stage:

The Crucible -Las Positas Jr College 1990
Diary of Anne Frank -Chabot Jr College 1990
Neil Simon's Rumors -Chanticleers - Oct 1992
Working -Chanticleers Theatre 1993

Cartoonists:

Dale Messick (Creator of Brenda Starr)
I.B. Nelson drawn by Dale Messick
Phil Frank (Creator of Farley, SF Chronicle)
Gahan Wilson (Playboy Magazine)
George Crenshaw (Creator of Belvedere)
Gus Arriola (Creator of Gordo)
Sergio Aragones (Mad Magazine)
Mel Lazarus (Creator of Miss Peach, Momma)
David Wiley Miller (Chronicle cartoonist)
Morrie Turner (Creator of Wee Pals)
Scott Willis (San Jose Mercury News cartoonist)
Charles Schulz signs Peanuts...
Charles Schulz at dinner (unsigned)
Letter from Sparky Jan 2 1991

Childrens Book Artists/Writers:

Thatcher Hurd (Childrens picture books)
Elisa Klevens (Childrens picture books)
Maurice Sendak ("Where the Wild Things Are")
Daniel SanSouci (Childrens picture books)
Robert SanSouci (Childrens picture books)
Allen Say (Childrens picture books)
Terry Small (Childrens picture books)

Musicians:

Ludwig Altman -Legion of Honor Organist
Ardenwood Park String Band
Ardenwood Acoustic Duet
Base Viol player (SF symphony Davies Hall)
Big Bones and Paul Pena
Hapa (Hawaiian Music)
Scottish Fiddlers (DooDah Parade, Pleasanton)
Tippy Canoe (Ukelele)
Uni and her Ukelele
Hayward Blues Festival Musicians
Aaron Mahi -Kona Coffee Kiho'alu Tour
George Kuo -Kona Coffee Kiho'alu Tour
Martin Pahinui -Kona Coffee Kiho'alu Tour
Makana at Miners Foundry

Nevada County WorldFest:

Parno Graszt
Steve theDancer
KVMR Broadcast Booth (time lapse)

Others:

Dr. Louis B. Leakey - waiting to speak
Dr. Louis B. Leakey (unsigned)
Dr. Louis B. Leakey (signed)
Roger Craig (SF 49rs #33)
Rigo Chacon (News Anchor, S.F.)
womanUnknown (unsigned)
Fast Edy and Cruz Zamorra (artists, Santa Cruz)


Autographed Drawings from Life by I.B. Nelson

Gahan Wilson, Cartoonist for the New Yorker and Playboy ©I.B. Nelson
Gahan Wilson, cartoonist for The New Yorker, Playboy
with Mark Cohen at the Circle Gallery, Maiden Lane, San Francisco
Dec. 4th, 1991