Mescal Ike, by Art Huhta

Newspaper artist Arthur Huhta cooperated with S. L. Huntley on strips like 'Mescal Ike' and 'Lolly Gags' in the 1930s. He worked as an assistant on 'The Nebbs' in 1928. Between 1929 and 1946, he made the 'Dinky Dinkerton' strip. Afterwards, he created 'Wild Rose', which ran until 1952.

Last updated: 2009-08-14

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