Tuesday, June 16, 2009
Obscurity of the Day: And Then He Changed His Mind
Here's a short-lived panel cartoon that was syndicated by the Ledger Syndicate. I once assumed that signature, "Done by Dunn", was indicating the work of Bob Dunn, but I was set straight by a family member that anything from that era signed in this manner is by actually the work of Charles J. Dunn.
Charles was apparently a mischievous fellow, because his other favored signature was "GAR". His relatives haven't a clue why he chose that pseudonym.
And Then He Changed His Mind, an eminently forgettable effort, ran from sometime in 1921 to December 16 1922.