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Baby Mine, by William Paul Pim

Strip run:  1930 - 1939

William Paul Pim was born in Freeport, Pennsylvania on December 1, 1885.  He graduated from the Cabot Institute, studied photo engraving at Bissell College, and also attended the John Huntington Polytechnic Institute.  From 1922 - 1931, Pim taught commercial art at Birmingham-Southern College.  In 1930, he created drew the syndicated feature cartoons Baby Mine and Telling Tommy and was employed as the cartoonist for the Birmingham News.  He also established W. Paul Pim's Advertising Art Studio.  Pim passed away in 1950.

 

Example of Baby Mine daily panel by William Paul Pim, date and year unknown.  The baby is a paste-up, but is still original art.

 

     

Example of Baby Mine daily panel by William Paul Pim, presumably from February 15, year unknown.  The reverse of the art shows a notation of 2/15, thus I believe this panel was for February 15.  The baby is a paste-up, but is still original art.

 

     

Example of Baby Mine daily panel by William Paul Pim, presumably from March 23, year unknown.  The reverse of the art shows a notation of what appears to be 3/23, thus I believe this panel was for March 23.  The baby is a paste-up, but is still original art.

 

     

Example of Baby Mine daily panel by William Paul Pim, presumably from October 1, year unknown.  The reverse of the art shows a notation of what appears to be 10/1, thus I believe this panel was for October 1.  The baby is a paste-up, but is still original art.

 

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