Cartoons: Suit Yourself

Back when most men wore suits, Post cartoonists found plenty of humor in haberdashery!

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Cartoon
“It comes with two pairs of pants and a box of checkers.”
A. Cramer
March 15, 1952

 

Cartoon
“Relax, Mr. Dibble. Just be your usual, thin-chested, round-shouldered self.”
Larry Harris
May 26, 1951

 

“I see you’ve won another bout with your better judgment, dear.”
Irwin
June 7, 1952

 

“What do you think of the boss’ new promotional idea?”
Rodney deSarro
September 9, 1944

 

“Honestly, you don’t look half as ridiculous as I thought you would!”
Adolph Schus
October 7, 1950

 

“I’m afraid that’s all we have in your size.”
Joe Zeis
January 28, 1956

 

“O.K., sir — now hand me that end of the tape.”
Al Johns
January 19, 1952

 

“Are you being taken care of?”
Eric Ericson
April 28, 1951

 

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Comments

  1. These cartoons are still funny. As for the suits themselves, they are a little far out. The red checkered jacket though would be right at home on a ’60s & ’70s used car lot salesman, or at the old fashioned Farrell’s Ice Cream Parlors out here back then.

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