Tuesday, July 14, 2009
Pretty Pictures by O. Soglow
Otto Soglow was a popular cartoonist for decades. He was born in 1900, and became a New Yorker cartoonist shortly after that magazine began, producing Little King cartoons. William Randolph Hearst hired him away to do the Little King for Hearst's King Features Syndicate, which Soglow did until his death in 1975.
These cartoons are from the book, PRETTY PICTURES, published in 1931 by Farrer & Rinehart. The scans are provided by David Miller. Thanks, Dave!
Copyright © 1931 Farrer & Rinehart