Cartoons: Information Booth

Before there was Google, there was the information booth!

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Bobsled drivers asking an information booth person where to find bobsleds.
“Bobsleds?”
Glenn Bernhardt
November 19, 1955

 

Woman stumps information booth people
“Good question, wasn’t it?”
Bill Yates
October 1, 1955

 

Mother asks information booth attendant about her missing son, who is sitting nearby playing out of sight.
“…and he’s wearing a little red jacket.”
Hanna
May 12, 1956

 

Information booth attendant is repremanded for hitting a person who asked a dumb question with a bat.
“On this job, Maxwell, you got to expect a certain number of foolish questions.”
Orlando Busino
April 26, 1958

 

Woman pulls double duty as a information booth and a complaints booth attendant
Jim Whiting
April 6, 1957

 

Man takes information booth and the woman in it into his arms.
Phyllis, darling, let me take you away from all this.”
Tom Henderson
March 13, 1954

 

Sleepy man asks where the beds department is.
“Beds.”
Walter Goldstein
December 4, 1954

 

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  1. Well, #6 is my favorite of these 7, with #4 coming in next. “Phyllis, darling, let me take you away from all this.”

    How can she say no?! It’s beautiful, and deserved to be the opening picture.

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