Category: 1960’s

King Features “Laff-A-Day” August 17, 1967

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CAPTION: “Are they any good? They found ME a job, didn't they?”

Laff-A Day, the daily panel syndicated by King Features, was another market that for a long time had a popular cartoonist as Cartoon Editor — in this case, Bob Schroeter. I don't know if he bought this one, in 1967, but I was always doubly pleased when another cartoonist who I respected OK'd my work.

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True, January 1962

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CAPTION: “Is a GY475 tube very expensive?”

Another one sold to Bill McIntyre at TRUE magazine. TRUE was one of the regular in-person stops on Wednesday in Manhattan — “Look Day” for the local cartoonists. “Look Day” at The New Yorker right now is Tuesday — go figure.

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