Saturday Leftover Day.
I have been cutting up one of my newspaper books, The Philideplhia Record for november 1941, to try and sell back and scan some of the most interesting pages. The comic pages include a ful month of the daily Spirit and several ads for the Sunday and daily version of this strip. There is even an ad for the radio show version (someone reading hte comic on the air) and an art competition relating to the Spirit. As soon as I have scanned it in, I will share a longer run of Hap Hazard featuring it's heroine confronting Hitler, Benito Mussolini and Emperor Herohito. Seperately, I have pulled out the Sunday comics (five copies in this month) as well as two weekly supplements. One of them, The American Weekly is interesting because it has a cover story illustrated by Willy Pognay. Looking at Ebay, I was surprised to see how cheap these huge framable magazines are. I am showing one from two months earlier that sells on Abay starting from $8. For thsat, you get a 3 page magazine, full of goodies. Mine has two of the earliest ads I have ever seen by Jack Betts, one of which even painted in full color.