(via Stripper’s Guide: Obscurity of the Day: Mayme the Manicurist)

…The daily panel ran in the New York Daily News, and there was a syndication attempt but I’ve never seen it elsewhere. All my samples are from 1930, and so was the syndication listing in E&P. I don’t have definite start and end dates. The art was signed by Glen Ketchum, who doesn’t have any other credits that I know of. He may have also been the writer, but there was no official byline on the feature…

(via Stripper’s Guide: Obscurity of the Day: Mayme the Manicurist)

The daily panel ran in the New York Daily News, and there was a syndication attempt but I’ve never seen it elsewhere. All my samples are from 1930, and so was the syndication listing in E&P. I don’t have definite start and end dates. The art was signed by Glen Ketchum, who doesn’t have any other credits that I know of. He may have also been the writer, but there was no official byline on the feature…

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    I thought the pointy ears meant he was an elf.
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