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In this "Kitty Higgins," cartoon by Frank Willard, a do-it-yourself project has an unintended consequence. Junior, Kitty’s friend, finds money and a note from his mother. The note instructs Junior to use the money for a haircut. Enterprising Kitty cuts Junior’s hair herself and uses the money to bring drinks at a soda fountain. The soda jerk is amazed at Junior’s bad haircut.
9.2 x 35 cm
- Higgins, Kitty (Fictitious character)
- Children--Clothing & dress--1930-1940
- Soda fountains--1930-1940
- Barber poles--1930-1940
- Soda jerks--1930-1940
- still image
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- The Janet A. Ginsburg Chicago Tribune Image Collection
- Chicago Sunday Tribune (January 11, 1931), p. 3