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    Al Capp Li'l Abner Daily Comic Strip Original Art dated 9-5-47 (United Feature Syndicate, 1947). One of the most famous Li'l Abner strips ever published, this episode from Al Capp's "Freedom Train" continuity finds Mammy Yokum defending the First Amendment with her fists. Brilliantly constructed, with propulsive spotting of black areas and deep perspective in opening panel. Ink over graphite on Bristol board. Image area, 22.5" x 6.25". Light tanning. Painted white retouching (by Capp). From A Collection of Great Cartoonists and Illustrators.

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    October, 2016
    2nd Sunday
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