Henry Series Three

Carl Anderson came up with 'Raffles and Bunny', and in 1903 he created 'Herr Spiegelberger, the Amateur Cracksman'. The strips, however, weren't very successful, and Anderson turned to freelancing for several magazines until the Great Depression forced him to go back home to Madison, where he returned to his old trade as carpenter. Teaching a night class on cartooning, he decided to try it one more time and sent 'Henry', his new strip featuring a bald little boy, to The Saturday Evening Post. The strip was taken up immediately and it proved to be a great success. Anderson worked on 'Henry' until his death in 1948. The strip was continued by his assistants, Don Trachte and John Liney.

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