Photo, Print, Drawing Dick Tracy. You're a miserable tyrannical brute of a father-in-law / Chester Gould.
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About this Item
- Dick Tracy. You're a miserable tyrannical brute of a father-in-law / Chester Gould.
- Four-panel comic strip shows Junior Tracy and Moon Governor fighting about taking Moon Maid and her daughter to the hospital after her birth in outer space. In this sequence the Moon Maid has married Dick Tracy's adopted son, Junior, and becomes pregnant with his child.
- Gould, Chester, artist
Created / Published
- 1965 September 16.
- - Dick Tracy (Comic strip)
- - Extraterrestrial life--1960-1970
- - Fighting--1960-1970
- - Space travel--1960-1970
- Adventure comics--American--1960-1970.
- Ink drawings--American--1960-1970.
- Adventure comics--American--1960-1970
- Ink drawings--American--1960-1970
- - Title from item.
- - Stamped on verso: Engraving Dept., 1965 Aug. 12 am 11:34.
- - (DLC/PP-2001:055-4)
- - Forms part of: Art Wood Collection of Caricature and Cartoon (Library of Congress).
- - Unprocessed in WOOD
- 1 drawing : ink, graphite, and blue pencil with paste-on ; 18.4 x 58.7 cm (sheet)
Call Number/Physical Location
- WOOD - CS, no. 3666 [P&P]
- Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. 20540 USA http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/pp.print
- ppmsca 35554 //hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/ppmsca.35554
Library of Congress Control Number
- LC-DIG-ppmsca-35554 (digital file from original item)
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Chicago citation style:
Gould, Chester, Artist. Dick Tracy. You're a miserable tyrannical brute of a father-in-law / Chester Gould. , 1965. Photograph. https://www.loc.gov/item/2013648237/.
APA citation style:
Gould, C. (1965) Dick Tracy. You're a miserable tyrannical brute of a father-in-law / Chester Gould. , 1965. [Photograph] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2013648237/.
MLA citation style:
Gould, Chester, Artist. Dick Tracy. You're a miserable tyrannical brute of a father-in-law / Chester Gould. Photograph. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/2013648237/>.