Got yourself a wise-cracker, a real looneytune? Make sure Chuckles is on your side with one of these get-ups.
By Louis Charbonnier (1874-1935)
“Yeah, he thinks he’s the clown!” Don’t hold it against Filip Caïroli for that sardonic grin; he was trying to hold his own in a clown-car trio with his father and brother. Filip was the older brother, but his younger sibling was the one named Charles Jr.
By Mary Adshead (1904-1955)
In London’s Depression ’30s, people ate a lot of canned food and stayed home and listened to the radio. Mary Adshead’s perfectly poised bit of wit and wisdom is great advice for anyone, and this is a great gift for anyone who’s been cooped up for too long.
PAI-LXXVI: Rare Posters Auction will be held October 28 at 11am EDT.