Marjorie Henderson Buell, who signed her work "Marge", was a pioneering female cartoonist who had a long career working on various one-panel gag strips and illustration. She is especially known for creating the famous character 'Little Lulu'. Originally, Lulu appeared as a single panel cartoon in the Saturday Evening Post magazine, starting in June 1935 and running until 1947.
In 1945, 'Little Lulu' was made into a comic, written and drawn by John Stanley, among others. Marge held the final rights to her creation until 1972, when she sold them to Western Publishing.