The Wrangle Sisters, by Marjorie Organ

Marjorie Organ was one of the first female comic artists in America. Originally born in Ireland, she moved to America with her parents in 1899. She joined the staff of the New York Journal in 1902, where she created 'Reggie and the Heavenly Twins', 'Strange What a Difference a Mere Man Makes' and 'The Wrangle Sisters'. She was married to painter Robert Henri in 1908.

Strange What a Difference a Mere Man Makes! 1905
1) Observe the calm indifference of the shop girls toward members of their own sex.
2) And see how attentive they are when a handsome man approaches!

Last updated: 2006-12-22

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