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Susi Steinitz - cartoonist
October 27, 2012 4:16 PM   Subscribe

A family friend, Susi, just turned 90. Since I’m home in Oregon, I attended the B-Day party. Her Jewish family got out of Germany in ’39 and she found herself a teenager in the US. Got an education, got married, raised a family. She was — is — an artist, and she ended up teaching. But she worked as a gag strip cartoonist in New York, from ’46 to ’50. I’m interested in the history of comics, so she loaned me a rather large file box (which I am being very careful with!) Lots of old clippings, old battered bristol board with typed captions taped on. Neat!
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And the original post.
posted by latkes at 4:20 PM on October 27, 2012


Fan-tastic. What a world.
posted by mwhybark at 4:29 PM on October 27, 2012


This is a good 'un.
posted by BlueHorse at 8:00 PM on October 27, 2012


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