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Viewing: Phillips, Irving, 1904-2000

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'All I know is your wife called us and asked us to wait.' - Phillips, Irving, 1904-2000

Name and address of artist, date stamped on verso. Caption inscribed on verso. Typed caption on recto.

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'And now I'm going to run along and leave you two dears alone...' - Phillips, Irving, 1904-2000

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Image of [Arthur William Brown as a detective in a raincoat with handcuffs and a pistol] - Phillips, Irving, 1904-2000

[Arthur William Brown as a detective in a raincoat with handcuffs and a pistol] - Phillips, Irving, 1904-2000

Undated. Signed "Berry E"? or Barry? detective? Phillips from infomation found on discarded IMCA mount. Part of a Society of Illustrators collection of caricatures of Arthur William Brown. Brown was president of the Society from 1944 to 1947.

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'Did you say whipped cream?' - Phillips, Irving, 1904-2000

Stamped on verso and recto name of artist, on verso: date stamped, inscribed caption, on recto: typed caption

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'Good morning professor' - Phillips, Irving, 1904-2000

Stamped on verso 'Irving Phillips' and date

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'He left one night and never came back...I guess I was just a passing fancy.' - Phillips, Irving, 1904-2000

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'How soon are you going to get rid of your romantic ideas and get down to business?' - Phillips, Irving, 1904-2000

Name and address of artist, date stamped on. Caption inscribed on verso. Typed caption on recto

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'I do.' - Phillips, Irving, 1904-2000

Name and address of artist, caption and date stamped on verso,

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'I sometimes wish I'd took up something less precarious.' - Phillips, Irving, 1904-2000

Name and address of artist stamped on verso. Caption inscribed on verso. Typed caption on recto.

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'It's the most baffling crime story I've ever written...' - Phillips, Irving, 1904-2000

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Image of [Mr. Mum] - Phillips, Irving, 1904-2000

[Mr. Mum] - Phillips, Irving, 1904-2000

Created for a Newspapers Comics Council 'Cavalcade of Comics' exhibit. The exhibit was first created for the World's Fair in 1964 but the exhibition circulated widely in subsequent years and grew to include characters from newer strips. Gift of the Newspaper Comics Council.

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Mr. Mum - Phillips, Irving, 1904-2000

Cartoonist cookbook. A reproduction.

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'My beard is getting pretty long agian...Would I have time to run out and get another shave...' - Phillips, Irving, 1904-2000

Artist name stamped on verso, hand written caption on verso, typed caption on recto

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'My wife...a baby?...Why certainly I want to be there doctor...can you make it say three o'clock sharp?' - Phillips, Irving, 1904-2000

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'Now in this department we produce two produce important products...' - Phillips, Irving, 1904-2000

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'Now just what do you think you're planning?' - Phillips, Irving, 1904-2000

Name and address of artist stamped on verso. Hand written caption on verso. Typed caption on recto.

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'Now whatever gave you the idea YOU were entitled to a Father's Day gift?' - Phillips, Irving, 1904-2000

Date, name and address of artist stamped on verso. Caption inscribed on verso. Typed caption on recto.

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'Of course my husband isn't quite so large as I am around the hips.' - Phillips, Irving, 1904-2000

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'Of course you are all familiar with the old saying...'A workman should be well...'' - Phillips, Irving, 1904-2000

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