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    Phil Berube Oh, Diana! Daily Comic Strip Original Art Group of 25 (AP Newsfeatures, c. late 1940s to early 1950s). Sports cartoonist Berube takes a different tack with Oh, Diana! -- a slapstick dip into the Archie-style pool of teenage and household humor. These examples appear to date from the late 1940s-early 1950s, given the fashions and trendy lingo. Berube had inherited Oh, Diana! after creator Don Flowers left AP Newsfeatures. Created in ink over graphite on Bristol board, with image areas averaging 19.5" x 5.5". Light toning and smudging along the edges, and soft corner bumps. In Excellent condition.

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    December, 2019
    22nd Sunday
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