Friday, November 23, 2018
Wish You Were Here, from August Hutaf
Here's a card that proves Albert Carmichael did not have the market cornered on "Gee, I Wish I Had a Girl". Although Carmichael penned lots of 'em, apparently the market could bear one from the pen of August Hutaf, too. Hutaf was best known as a poster and illustration artist, but he dabbled in cartooning as well.
This card was published in 1909 by P. Riche of New York.
Labels: Wish You Were Here