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I Don't Care What You Say - I'm Cold!
New Yorker April 11th, 1942
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Christmas Greetings From The Applebys
Out In The Cold
A Woman In The Snow
The Druidic Polar Bear Club
Ski Central Park
When I Was In Business School
Can We Forget About Our Dainty Little Tracks
Do You Have Any Idea How Deep This Would Be If
Well, It Looks Like Your 'good Old Days'
The Snowman Realizes Who He Is
You Keep The Chill Out Your Way. I'll Keep
Hasn't Changed Much
W. Heath Robinson
New Yorker December 8th, 1956
Look, Ain't It Wonderful!
I Still Want To Go Home
New Yorker January 29th, 1944
You'd Be Surprised How Much Easier
New Yorker February 26th, 1944
What Are You Going To Be When You Grow Up?
Robert J. Day
Digging In For The Winter
New Yorker February 24th, 1940
You The People Been Complaining About The Heat?
My Whole Life Seems To Be ?ashing Before Me -
New Yorker February 8th, 1941
Could You Tell Me The Way To The Explorers Club?
Once And For All
I Love This. Is The Coming-down Part Dif?cult?
Helen E. Hokinson
Isn't That The Gentleman In 12 B?
Lookit! Dames - Maybe
New Yorker February 27th, 1943
Shovel Your Catwalk
New Yorker December 26th, 1942
Br-r-r, It Was Cold! Even The Fuhrer Himself
I Understand The Thing To Do ?rst Is To Drink
New Yorker January 22nd, 1944
Hard To Realize That No Two ?akes Are Alike
Take This Coal Right Back To The Cellar Where
I Warn You, My Right Foot Is A Rebel
New Yorker February 17th, 1940
Rollo Has Some Brandy
Why, It's Mrs. Courtney Richardson, Senior -
New Yorker July 6th, 1940
Bracing, Isn't It?
Right After Church We're Going To Try Hot
New Yorker January 15th, 1944
It's A Natural
It's Practically Impossible To Heat This Damned
New Yorker March 4th, 1944
I Suppose They're Going South
Derwent! Come Eat Your Soup Before It Freezes!
And Now, Shall We Make One Little Concession
I Don't Use Any Kind Of Wax! I'm Going
New Yorker February 13th, 1943
Suppose You Do Fall Down. That's How You Meet
Spring Must Be Here. I Saw A Vulture Today
It Might Be Wise To Switch Barrows To Some Other
New Yorker October 28th, 1944
New Yorker February 15th, 1941
Heavens! Is It Always This Slippery?
New Yorker February 28th, 1942