comic by Hoover in the Dutch magazine Libelle (April, 1934)
Ellison Hoover was an American cartoonist of the early 20th Century. He was born in Cleveland and studied at the Cleveland School of Art and the Art Students League. He was a syndicated cartoonist for the New York Herald Tribune.
Hoover drew the daily strip 'Mr. and Mrs' (originally created by Clare Briggs) between 1930 and 1947 for national magazines. The texts were by Art Folwell. He also contributed to the Brooklyn Eagle newspaper and worked as a lithographer and painter of landscape scenes.