Pops by George Wolfe
French-Canadian edition of 'Pops', 2 July 1968.

George Wolfe was an American comic artist and cartoonist. Originally from New York City, he was working as a magazine cartoonist since the 1930s, contributing to Esquire, Click Magazine, McCall's, New York Herald Tribune and the Saturday Evening Post. He won four Reuben Awards for Best Magazine Cartoonist. The Department of Defense and the USO sent him to Vietnam and Thailand in 1969 and 1973 to draw cartoons for injured soldiers in hospitals and camps during the Vietnam War.

In the 1960s Wolfe made the newspaper comic 'Pops', followed in the early 1970s by a panel called 'Citizen George' for Al Smith Service. He lived in Glen Rock from 1950, where he was also active as a community volunteer: He founded the Bergen County Blood Bank and had leadership roles in the local Kiwanis, Rotary and Glen Rock Garden Clubs. 

Pops by George Wolfe
'Pops', 5 December 1966. 

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