The Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum houses the world's largest collection of materials related to cartoons and comics, including original art, books, magazines, journals, comic books, graphic novels, archival materials, and newspaper comic strip pages and clippings.
Bringing Up Father. "Well-now-I have all the places of interest we are to visit here in New York"
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Bringing Up Father. "No-hubby dear - I'm not going sightseeing today"
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Jungle Jim. Jim follows the trail of Duke D'Oro, a racketeer working for the enemy, to New York / Flash Gordon. All of creation seems to rock and shudder under stunning waves of sound
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Little Johnny and the Teddy Bears. They “Do” Coney Island, Slide the “Bump-the-Bumps,” Eat Corn and Candy, and Then “Go Broke”–Which Is Not Unusual at Coney
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Doonesbury. "Mr. Slackmeyer, Wall Street is calling on line two"
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Jungle Jim. Duke D'Oro's trail has led Jim to a New York night spot / Flash Gordon. At Brazor's command, his soldiers surround the Royal Tropican Radio Building from which Flash had so audaciously broadcast to the nation
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Bringing Up Father. "Well-- here is Broadway"
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Pogo. "It's a lot of trouble runnin' a transit system in New York"
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Bringing Up Father. "I didn't quite get what the guide said"