Priscilla's Pop, by Al Vermeer (1972)

Al Vermeer was born in Alameda, California in 1911, to Dutch immigrants from Utrecht, The Netherlands. He became a comic artist and created the comic 'Priscilla's Pop', which appeared in American newspapers between 1947 and 1982. The strip reflected situations from his own home and children (he had a son and a daughter). During the 1970s, Bill Woggon joined him as assistant. Al Vermeer stopped doing the strip in 1976, when it was taken over by Ed Sullivan. Al Vermeer died in 1980 in Humbolt, California.

Priscilla's Pop, by Al Vermeer (1962)

Priscilla's Pop, by Al Vermeer

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