Annibelle, by Virginia Krausmann

Virginia Krausmann was one of the female comic artists of the beginning of the twentieth century. She was especilly known for the versatility of her style, taking over many strips from other artists, such as 'Annibelle' from Dorothy Urfer (1936-1939) and 'Marianne' from Ethel Hays in 1936.

Marianne, by Virginia Krausmann

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Last updated: 2009-06-04

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