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YOU'VE GOT ME - AND HOW! : A COLLECTION OF THE BEST MARRIAGE CARTOONS BY THE FOREMOST COMIC ARTISTS
YOU'VE GOT ME - AND HOW A COLLECTION OF THE BEST MARRIAGE CARTOONS BY THE FOREMOST COMIC ARTISTS Author:Lawrence Lariar (edited by) A collection of approximately 140 black & white cartoons all on the subject of marriage as seen by 1950s comic artists. — The following publications are represented: The Saturday Evening Post, Collier's, American Magazine, Fun Riot, Ladies' Home Journal, Look magazine, News and Views, and the Toronto Star Weekly. — The comic artists represented ar... more »e (as listed in the Acknowledgements page, some without first names): Anderson, Bach, Barnes, Beaven, Bernhardt, Boime, Boltinoff, Bo Brown, W. Brown, Cavalli, Corka, Currier, Dennis, Diamond, Fine, Fox, Gallagher, Guiffre, Goldstein, Gray, Hagglund, Hallett, Harrison, Helle, Hider, Hilton, Hoifjeld, Huffine, Hunt, Jarvis, Jones, Kaufman, Keate, Keller, Jane King, Kirk, Lamb, Lepper, Levinson, Lundberg, McCormick, Marcus, Markow, Vic Martin, Millar, Norment, O'Brien, O'Neal, Partch, Pascal, Ross, Salo, Schroeter, Shafer, Stamaty, Stiles, Temes, Thompson, Trachtenberg, Wetterberg, Whiting, Wilkinson, Wolfe, Wyma, Zeis, Zib.
Many are full page cartoons. The humor can be described as jaundiced, stereotyped, or realistic depending on one's own view of the marital state. The cartoons deal with garrulous wives, mothers-in-law, henpecked husbands, etc.