DescriptionChester Gould - 1968 National Campers and Hikers Convention Parade Float Production Original Art (1968). In June 1968, the Woodstock, Illinois Woodchucks Camping Club, with Chester Gould's approval, constructed a float named "Woodstock, the Home of Dick Tracy" which was entered in the National Campers and Hikers Convention parade. It was constructed at the McHenry County fairgrounds and when completed was autographed by Gould. This lot includes the original production art, an original Dick Tracy drawing along with photostats of Moon Maid, and color keys. The lot also includes photos of the float solo, and with Chester Gould standing by the float. From the collection of Larry Doucet.
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