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In this "Harold Teen," cartoon by Carl Ed, Harold writes his girlfriend, Lillums, a love poem. She, however, is too obsessed with choosing a hat to listen to it. When a confused Harold can’t decide on which hat he likes, Lillums accuses him of being spineless & having no opinion; she asks him to leave. A frustrated Harold is left to ponder on relations between the sexes.
23 x 34.4 cm
- Lovewell, Lillums (Fictitious character)
- Relations between the sexes--1930-1940
- Teen, Harold (Fictitious character)
- Teenagers--Clothing & dress--1930-1940
- still image
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- The Janet A. Ginsburg Chicago Tribune Image Collection
- Chicago Sunday Tribune (February 10, 1935), p. 7