Sallie Slick, by Jean Mohr 1902

Eugene Noble Mohr was born Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, according to his World War I draft card. Mohr resided in Muncy, Philadelphia around 1900. He worked as an artist for newspapers and magazines, such as Good Housekeeping and a New York daiily. He was the artist of the newspaper strips 'Sally Slick' (1902) and 'Easy Edgar' (1903). Jean Mohr has worked with pencil, charcoal, watercolor, and oil.

Easy Edgar, by Jean Mohr 1903

Biographical info provided by Alex Jay.
Last updated: 2010-11-26

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