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Big Sister, by Leslie Forgrave

Strip run:  1928 - 1971

Leslie Forgrave drew Big Sister until 1954, when it was inherited by Bob Naylor, a veteran cartoonist for King Features Syndicate.  Naylor continued the strip until his retirement in 1972.  He also drew Barney Baxter and Jerry on the Job during his career.

 

Example of Big Sister daily by Leslie Forgrave, February 6, 1939.  Copyright King Features Syndicate, Inc.

 

Example of Big Sister daily by Bob Naylor, September 7, 1957.  Copyright King Features Syndicate, Inc.

 

Example of Big Sister daily by Bob Naylor, August 21, 1958.  Copyright King Features Syndicate, Inc.  Art board size:  17 1/2" x 5 1/2".  "The Flim Flam Man becomes a partner."

 

Example of Big Sister daily by Bob Naylor, November 23, 1965.  Copyright King Features Syndicate, Inc.  White art board size:  17 1/2" x 5 1/4".  Ink.  There is a beautiful crease through the third panel thanks to the geniuses at the United States Postal Service.

 

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