Ohio State Dental Association, 1919. Three framed black-and-white cartoons by John H. Striebel. Their dimensions are approx. 9" x 7.5", 12" x 10", and 12" x 10." Each one is clean and bright, free of tears and soiling. The smallest has a faint vertical crease down the center, but this is detectable only upon close examination. Excellent condition across all three. The frames are scuffed, and one of the larger ones has a cracked pane (though this has not damaged the cartoon beneath) and the backing board on the reverse side is edged with tape. Item #149357
John H. Striebel (1892-1962) was a popular mid-20th century American cartoonist and comic book artist. He is best known as the creator of the DIXIE DUGAN comic strip, which ran daily from 1929-1966. These cartoons were drawn for the annual meeting of the Ohio State Dental Association held in 1919. They all bear a dental theme and show the influence of H.T. Webster.