Cartoons: Comical Camping

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“Shall we camp here for tonight?”
Bill Warden
November 17, 1951

 

“Harry certainly is a sound sleeper.”
Joseph Zeis
November 15, 1958

 

“When was the last time you camped out, Fred?”
Jerry Marcus
August 29, 1959

 

“Why yes! As a matter of fact, I would prefer to be on some superhighway, crawling along bumper to bumper!”
Robert Day
August 25, 1956

 

“How’s the tent coming along, hon?”
Joseph Zeis
May 6, 1961

 

“How’s this for a second honeymoon?”
Bill Harrison
March 20, 1954

 

 

“My zipper stuck!”
William O’Brien
December 15, 1956

 

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  1. She doesn’t have to clean the fish but I recall many women fulfilled the role picked for them. I was 6 years old.

  2. Love number 6 down from 1954. Look at her eyes! The lantern underneath the Jones carving table looks disgusted too, and what’s cooking adjacent to it? Just curious. Number 7 at the bottom is so degrading, there’s nothing to say other than she’s probably not surprised.

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