Camera-ready comic strip, entitled Mr. Breger

Camera-ready comic strip, entitled Mr. Breger

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Mr. Breger (also published as Private Breger and G.I. Joe during World War II) was created by Dave Breger (1908-1970), syndicated by King Features from 1946-1960s. Breger has been credited with creating the term "G.I. Joe", replacing the term "Yank" to describe American soldiers. The comic is a gag-panel about life in the military. In this comic, The Bregers go to the attorney to discover what Mr. Breger's uncle willed to him.
Location
Currently not on view
Object Name
Drawing
Object Type
Drawings
Other Terms
Drawing; Pen and Ink
date made
8/21/1966
publisher
King Features Syndicate
Physical Description
paper (overall material)
ink (overall material)
Measurements
overall: 39.3 cm x 57.6 cm; 15 1/2 in x 22 11/16 in
ID Number
GA.22334
catalog number
22334
Credit Line
Newspaper Comics Council, Inc., New York, NY
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Data Source
National Museum of American History
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