Ed Leffingwell, a cousin of Harold Gray, started his comics career assisting his uncle on 'Little Orphan Annie'. In 1933, with his own newspaper strip, 'Little Joe', about a teenager on a cattle ranch. It was also named 'Little Joe & Ze General'. When Ed Leffingwell died in 1936, the strip was taken over by his brother Robert and continued until 1972.
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