Over time, the greats of past generations can be forgotten without a trace. John T. McCutcheon, a Lafayette native and highly successful cartoonist, seems to be one of those whose contributions during the Great Depression are largely lost. Author Tony Garel-Frantzen hopes to bring his legacy back, documenting his small-town upbringings and his path to prestige in the big city of Chicago. With diary pieces by McCutcheon and original material from the author, the journey to fame is presented for new audiences to appreciate the history of Indiana's own. West Lafayette Public Library Director Nick Schenkel has a review.