(Undated. Click any for bigger!)
Here's the second installment of the batch of clippings I obtained of cartoonist Jimmy Hatlo's early work for the San Francisco Call and Post/Call-Bulletin. It's too bad, in a way, that Hatlo ended up doing so well with his better known feature They'll Do It Every Time, because it brought to an end the incredible experimentation and restless creativity seen in this series.
Here he celebrates smiling aviator Frank Hawks' record-breaking coast-to-coast flight of 1930:
(Undated, probably late Summer, early Fall 1930)
More of Hatlo's weird musical diagrammatic funnies. God I love these:
More to come!
Part one is here. Part three is here.