Looks like this one is from Walter Wellman.
Archive for October 7, 2012
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For a few weeks in the summer of 1906, a guy named Gussie attempted to share his passion for the national pastime with his gal Gladys. The gags lobbed here are the softest of softballs, but the striking artwork certainly caught my eye (not to mention those fancy duds our titular duo don for a day out at the ball park). Lee Stanley may not have hit a home run with this one, but I’m sure you’ll still have a good time with Gussie and Gladys at the Ball Game, sports fans.
Harry Lewis is not an artist I’m familiar with, but I like what I’m seeing here in Mrs. Trixie Trix. From what I’ve been able to gather, Mr. Lewis has several short-run series to his name – in fact I’m including a couple strips from a second title as a bonus! The Hatred of Horrid Hattie is actually the first work of his that I stumbled upon, but I have only been able to locate two episodes. In my search for more, I ran into Trixie and knew I needed to share. If anyone has more Hattie or Trixie (though I’m thinking we may have the full run), please share.
Today we present a 12-part series from 1919: American Women Who Work! Attractively illustrated featurettes on artists, actresses, stenographers, society girls, and more!