Crumbling Paper: And Her Name Was Maud (1905) by Frederick Opper (strip #8)

Although he is best known today for Happy Hooligan (which we’ve been reprinting examples of recently) Frederick Opper was responsible for a number of popular strips in the early 20th century. Here’s an example of Frederick Opper’s strip And Her Name Was Maud from 1905. Please note that this strip contains tasteless racial depictions, so I don’t recommend reading it if that sort of thing offends you. Click the image to read the strip.

Here are some other Opper strips from Coconino Classics.

Here are some other Opper strips at Barnacle Press.

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