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    William E. Hill The Hill Page/Among Us Mortals Sunday Comic Strip Original Art dated 1-10-43 (News Syndicate Co., 1943). Mr. Hill reminds us all to "Never Say No To A Sailor" on this Sunday strip. Hill's pen perfectly captures the nuances of everyday people and elevates them to something special. His "strip tease artiste" art ain't so bad either! Created in ink over graphite on paper with an image area of 17.5" x 24.5". The credits paste-up from the top, and the last caption paste-up from the bottom are missing, leaving glue residue in their spot. There is also some glue residue near other paste-ups, and overall toning. In Very Good condition.

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    Auction Dates
    June, 2019
    23rd Sunday
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