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Viewing: Beaven, Frank, 1907-1975

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Image of "Better not say anything dear...it was probably an accident!" - Beaven, Frank, 1907-1975

"Better not say anything dear...it was probably an accident!" - Beaven, Frank, 1907-1975

No date. Address stamps on verso. Caption in blue pencil.

Image of "But why make her disappear?" - Beaven, Frank, 1907-1975

"But why make her disappear?" - Beaven, Frank, 1907-1975

No date. Address stamps and "King Features" in pencil on verso.

Image of "He says he's from Iowa - wherever that is!" - Beaven, Frank, 1907-1975

"He says he's from Iowa - wherever that is!" - Beaven, Frank, 1907-1975

Stamp with artists' address on verso. Date from "Paid" stamp on verso.

Image of "Hey, Charlie, get an interpreter and come on over!" - Beaven, Frank, 1907-1975

"Hey, Charlie, get an interpreter and come on over!" - Beaven, Frank, 1907-1975

No date. Address stamps and "King Feature" in pencil on verso. Caption in blue pencil.

Image of "I want you to meet my cousin from Philadephia [sic]..." - Beaven, Frank, 1907-1975

"I want you to meet my cousin from Philadephia [sic]..." - Beaven, Frank, 1907-1975

No date. Address stamps and "SEPost" in pencil on verso. Caption in blue pencil.

Image of "Now if she would just look our the window" - Beaven, Frank, 1907-1975

"Now if she would just look our the window" - Beaven, Frank, 1907-1975

No date. Lettered sign reads: "How about a date tonite?"

Image of Sweeperadio - Beaven, Frank, 1907-1975

Sweeperadio - Beaven, Frank, 1907-1975

Submitted for publication in Magazine of Sigma Chi February/March 1945 edition. Caption for cartoon 'It's a combination vacuum cleaner and radio for housewives who like music [unreadable] housework!'

Image of "Well, she's paying for it, ain't she?" - Beaven, Frank, 1907-1975

"Well, she's paying for it, ain't she?" - Beaven, Frank, 1907-1975

No date. Address stamps and "Colliers" in pencil on verso. Caption in blue pencil.