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Frederick Burr Opper

Among the initial American comic remove cartoonists. He worked well as an illustrator for writers like Edgar Wilson Nye, Tag Twain and Finley Peter Dunne. He was a politics cartoonist and illustrator for Scribner’s Once a month, before becoming a member of William Randolph Hearst’s NY Journal and beginning his Content Hooligan strip. Like a apparently inexhaustible basis of laughter, he often added multiple strips to an individual day’s newspaper concern. He previously three children along with his wife Nellie Barnett. Like all great politics cartoonists, he poked fun in the politicians of his age group, lampooning William McKinley and his competitors through the 1900 presidential elections.

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