The British Barmaid
James Frank Sullivan (1853-1936)?
Fun (29 March 1876): 140
Courtesy of the Suzy Covey Comic Book Collection in the George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida.
This cartoon presents a sympathetic picture of a barmaid’s life depicting all the things with which she has to bear, especially the obnoxious customers, male and female, including the old lady (middle left panel) “who mutters about a forward minx” and the “amiable gentleman who talks [at 12:30 PM] about reporting her for daring to be sleepy” (bottom). It seems in Sullivan’s style, but his usual monogram is missing.
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