This American cartoonist supposedly created more than 24 comic strips (including "The Inventor," which ran from 1904 to 1914) and assisted with four others; one cartooning historian describes him as "an absolute whirling dervish at the drawing board, producing more material for the daily pages than anyone except the great George Frink'; he worked for the "Chicago Daily News" (ca. 1908-24) and the "New York Herald-Tribune" (1925-42). Item #42103
On a heavy stock 5" X 3" card, the cartoonist pens "Sincerely yours" and signs in cursive, adding his cartoonist's printed, stylized "T. Brown" alongside. Very good. Faintly age toned, with mounting traces on verso. Along the bottom edge is typed "Cartoonist 'Chicago Daily News'. / April 29, 1922." Very uncommon.