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John H. Striebel

Born: Sep 14, 1891

Death: May 22, 1962

Birthplace: Bertrand Township

Nationality: United States

John H. Striebel

Date of Birth : Sep 14, 1891
Date of Death : May 22, 1962
Birth Place : Bertrand Township

John H. Striebel was an American illustrator and comic strip artist who was best known for the newspaper strip Dixie Dugan, which was scripted by J. P. McEvoy. The two met when they were college freshmen at the University of Notre Dame. Born in Bertrand, Michigan, Striebel began working at the age of 14 as a political cartoonist for the South Bend Daily News, receiving recognition as the youngest front-page cartoonist in the country. After graduating from Notre Dame, he moved to Chicago where he became an advertising and fashion illustrator for the Chicago Tribune. In addition to magazine covers, he also illustrated Robert Quillen's syndicated feature, Aunt Het.

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