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The cartoonist has drawn his Suburban Cowgirls character, Darlene, in black ink on a First Day Cover.
Original Art signed: "Ed Colley", 6½x3¾. Drawn on a First Day Cover, postmarked Honolulu, Hawaii, October 3, 1994, 29-cent stamp affixed, FIRST DAY OF ISSUE. Born in Portland, Maine, Ed Colley is an Editorial Cartoonist for Boston Globe South and Boston Globe Northwest. One of his best known cartoon strips is Suburban Cowgirls, which he wrote alongside Janet Alferi. Many of his cartoons are compiled in the book Attack of the Political Cartoonist and he is the winner of the Pelican Press's Editorial Cartoonist of the Year. Pencil note (unknown hand) on front and verso. Slightly creased. Otherwise, fine condition.

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