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Promotional Prospectus]: Brassband Bixby
Press Alliance, New York, 1935. Folio. Measuring 17" x 22". Single sheet folded once to form four pages. Very good with creases from being folded, a scrape on the back cover and general wear. A large prospectus created to drum up interest in a new comic strip by Bob Dunn called *Brassband Bixby*. Dunn was a cartoonist and gag writer best known for his work on *They'll Do It Every Time* and *Little Iodine*, and winner of two National Cartoonists Society awards. This piece contains a dozen sample dailies along with Bixby himself praising the merits of the strip and asking interested editors to return the attached postcard to find out more. The strip appears to have followed the now missing postcard into oblivion with no mention of the character or strip anywhere online or in *OCLC*. Possibly a unique survivor.
Bookseller: Between the Covers-Rare Books, Inc. ABAA [Gloucester City, NJ, U.S.A.]
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