ALL THE FUNNY FOLKS: THE WONDER TALE OF HOW THE COMIC-STRIP CHARACTERS LIVE AND LOVE "BEHIND THE SCENES." Jack Lait, Louis Biedermann.
ALL THE FUNNY FOLKS: THE WONDER TALE OF HOW THE COMIC-STRIP CHARACTERS LIVE AND LOVE "BEHIND THE SCENES."
ALL THE FUNNY FOLKS: THE WONDER TALE OF HOW THE COMIC-STRIP CHARACTERS LIVE AND LOVE "BEHIND THE SCENES."

ALL THE FUNNY FOLKS: THE WONDER TALE OF HOW THE COMIC-STRIP CHARACTERS LIVE AND LOVE "BEHIND THE SCENES." New York: The World Today, Inc., [1926]. Quarto, pp. [1-9] 10-112, color illustrations by Louis Biedermann, original green cloth, spine panel lettered in gold, color pictorial onlay affixed to front panel, pictorial endpapers. First edition. A story by Jack Lait featuring 1920's comic characters created by George McManus, George Herriman, Frederick Burr Opper, Reuben L. Goldberg, E. C. Segar, Chester Gould, all shown interacting -- at a banquet, the races (a match between Spark Plug and Maud), and at a wedding -- in color drawings (some double page) by Louis Biedermann. A fine copy in the rarely seen pictorial dust jacket, with short tears and creasing along the bottom edge, but intact with some loss, but only to spine ends. Uncommon in superior condition, especially in the jacket. (#146586).

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