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New Yorker March 18th, 1939
Which Ten Books Would You Have Brought
So Much For Kinetic Art
Eat Your Broccoli!
New Yorker May 14th, 1960
My Advice To You Is To Eat
All Right, So You Can't Judge A Book By Its Cover!
One-two-three . . . Testing . . . Testing
Virgil F. Partch
New Yorker October 24th, 1942
New Yorker September 27th, 1941
Now What's Yours?
Mon Cher Monsieur From Armentieres
New Yorker November 15th, 1941
So Far, They're Just Sizing Each Other Up
M. K. Barlow
Which One Of You Has Been Cooling His Heels
New Yorker October 4th, 1941
Polly Wants A Cracker
Reach For The Ceiling!
New Yorker September 28th, 1940
Frankly, Mrs. Wilson, It's Hard To Say. Plenty
Say, That's Funny, Gentlemen. The Same Thing
How Can I Let Him Have It When I Ain't Got It?
When We Captured
What Has Eyes And Can't See?
Now A Word Of Caution. Don't Believe Everything
New Yorker September 6th, 1941
Let's Call Ourselves The Three Musketeers
No, No, Hilda, Not That Way! Here, Let Me Show
Of Course You Can Do It. Just Stand Right
Whitney Darrow, Jr.
New Yorker October 18th, 1941
Happy Birthday To You. Happy Birthday To You
Not Even For Medicinal Purposes?
Think We Can Get Away With 'little
Ann, In The Language Of The Layman, I Love You
West Stockbury? . . . Well
All Right, Now Just Roll Over And Lie ?at
In Non-technical Language
One More Thing. Which Radiator Do We Rap
Doesn't Anything Rock Any More?
Helen E. Hokinson
It's From The Sixth Avenue Association. They Want
Darling, Our Ship Has Come In At Last!
Didn't You Admire The Way He Threw Caution
Robert J. Day
I Was So Sorry To Hear You Were Laid
Mr. Wilson Can Get Rid Of You Now
In Future, 'simulated' Mink, If You Please, Miss
You Must Be Patient
All Right Now! We've Had Just Enough Of That
New Yorker December 25th, 1943
My, I Must Look A Fright!
New Yorker June 26th, 1943
Unfortunately He Died Before He Could Identify The Killer.